Google Registry has unveiled a new domain extension, “.ing,” allowing brands and businesses to build websites with a single word. During the early access period, users can register “.ing” domains through partner companies like GoDaddy and 101Domain, with fees decreasing daily until December 5, when they will be publicly available at a base annual price. Google is also working on a “.meme” top-level domain, set for limited registration on November 28 and public availability on December 5.
Google’s AI chatbot, Bard, has received an update, promising real-time responses to user queries. The update includes a “Skip response” option for less useful answers.
Create your unique “.ing” domain for a simplified online presence, and stay tuned for more domain innovations from Google Registry.