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.google is a brand top-level domain (TLD) used in the Domain Name System of the Internet. Created in 2014, it is operated by Alphabet Inc. It was the first registered Brand gTLD to be associated with a publicly accessible website. Plans have been made to move other Alphabet Inc. products to .google and several of their other registered domains.
Google owns and runs a number domains that are using the .google domain extension. These include:
- com.google, which redirects to the Google homepage for the country you are in.
- domains.google, which allows domain registration.
- blog.google, a blog that posts news about Google products.
- registry.google, A informational site about Google's registered domains.
- nic.google which redirects to Google registry.
- ai.google, a website showcasing the usages of Google's Artificial Intelligence
- design.google information and news about Google Design
- environment.google A site promoting sustainable growth and the environment.
- pride.google A site promoting awareness about Pride parades across America.
- crisisresponse.google A site building awareness about how Google can help in a crisis.
- grow.google A site with tools from Google to grow small businesses and startups.
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- "Google Registry FAQs". Google Registry. Retrieved 8 December 2017.
- "Google Gets Into Domain Sales". TechCrunch. 2014-06-23. Retrieved 2016-09-30.
- Sawers, Paul (30 March 2016). "Google Domains moves to a '.Google' domain". Venture Beat. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
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