Google was one of the most prolific applicants for new Web suffixes, making 101 applications. Amazon filed 76. The two companies applied for the same suffix in five instances: .app, .book, .cloud, .free and .store. Each application carries a fee of $185,000. Read related article.


Source: Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) | Tobey/The Washington Post June 13, 2012
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