Domain Discoveries

Here are some more silent domain discovery movers that likely wouldn’t be discovered without doing a fair amount of digging. These are domain movers of some large companies and here is what I found out.

Under Armour Inc.

Likely purchased the domain name ConnectedFitness.com via Snapnames with the help from MarkMonitor. UA recently launched The Connected Fitness Innovation Challenge, which asks innovators to submit concepts for the next generation of game-changing digital experiences, through apps and wearable technology, while utilizing … Read the rest

Here is another quick DotWeekly Discoveries with a few domain movers that I discovered and what is happening with each domain name. Most of today’s entries include hand registrations but also include other domain movers from some large companies.

Retweet.com

This story is still developing, because I do not yet know who the new owner is. New owner? Yes, the domain expired and was auctioned at GoDaddy Auction as an expired domain. The auction ended for $24,250 and many figured … Read the rest

Prior to me losing my database for DotWeekly and essentially losing 5 years worth of work and my website…. one of the article series I would write was called “Dotweekly Discoveries”. This series included several small articles within one article. I often discover things and can not dig up enough data on the topic for a stand alone posting… so I decided to do group postings with some of the data I collect during the week and the popular series … Read the rest

I was following the “Amazon Phone” story for likely different reasons than most… you learn things by watching and researching! I was watching how they played the domain strategy for the new Fire Phone! Could the “name of the phone” been discovered earlier? Features? How are they “hiding” what they are doing? Services used?

The simple answer is yes, from leaks of information internally, manufactures etc. the news did come out early but many features were revealed when Amazon announced … Read the rest