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G.ME for Google+

Apparently, Google was lucky enough to secure G.ME as third one-letter .me name assigned by the registry, following Delicious, which uses D.ME, and Visa, which uses V.ME. The first two transfers happened back in 2011. G.ME was transferred on 20th of April this year.

Call Me by Google

Google has rolled our “Call Me” widget that allows people to call you directly from your web-site:  

Google Me

Google is desperately trying to get into social media. Orkut, Google Wave, Google Buzz, … all nice tries, but no big game at the moment. They lacked the scale, a sexy name, and probably few more other important things. Now, “Google Me” is on everyone’s lips. Just google it. Every major paper or television channel […]

Gmail is now recognising .ME domains

Until this weekend Google Mail was ignoring .me domains leaving them as plain text, so one needed to make links out of them manually. But now it is all done automatically for you: To see it yourself, just type e-mail text as usual and either save it as a draft and open to see all […]

.ME domain names can now be geographically targetted in Google Webmaster Tools

Those web masters using Google’s Webmaster Tools for fine-tuning their sites can now geographically target their .me domains making them more of gTLDs (generic Top Level Domains) than ccTLDs (country-code TLD).

GGL.me at al

Most of us are driving machines with two big engines: Google and Microsoft. And yet, these motors constant.ly fight with each other. One can only wonder how the cars still remain on the road. Another week and yet another fight: After months of speculation and then a failed merger, Microsoft and Yahoo! announced an agreement […]


If you at the stage that you cannot leave without jingling .me sites, you may wish to switch to google.me, which sound catchy indeed. In case, you don’t like the white background or are into short URLs (as featured by Philadelphia Business Journal), then ggl.me is just for you. They even say that the latter […]


This will be sure.ly an interesting case. Firm 23andMe.com founded by Anne Wojcicki (the wife of Sergey Brin, a co-founder of Google) and Linda Avey offers people services of analysing and comparing their genomes (made up of 23 pairs of chromosomes, hence the name). Google is an investor in this venture, although Mr Brin has […]