A magnetic-tape camcorder used to be a prized possession for those fortunate enough to obtain one. Even despite its weight and its bulk it made it possible for many to dabble in full-sound film and video production.

Today things have changed. Now hours of video live captured from smartphone cameras, laptop cameras, and GoPros are floating around in the cloud and while that certainly can have its downsides, it's also enabled live streaming of everything from a boring night alone to world-historical events, observation of wildlife like never before, and the ability for a family to, virtually, sit around the same table despite being separated by thousands of miles of ocean.

So it's in that spirit that we announce that starting March 7, 2017 until September 7, 2017, .cam, the TLD for the community around this proliferation of cams, will be just $4.99* to create for one year (and $40.25* after that).

Register a .cam?

.cam

 

*Prices in USD. See .cam pricing page for local pricing.


The market for four TLDs is looking pretty good. As of March 6, 2017, four finance-related TLDs have been looking bearish (though that's no indicator of poor health in general). Which is good if you're thinking of investing in one of these TLDs.

Boston Ivy, the registry for all four, has lowered prices permanently, and by significant amounts. Here's a look at the price change per year:

Register a domain under one of these TLDs?:

.tld

*Prices in USD. Click the links in the list above to see local pricing.


We're never excited to bring you this kind of news, but in this case the change is so significant that we feel a special sense of urgency to get you this information as soon as possible.

Beginning August 21, 2017 at midnight UTC (keep in mind: that's 5:00 PM PDT on August 20), prices on sixteen TLDs managed by Uniregistry will be increasing, in some cases by very significant amounts.

We do not have the final pricing yet but we do know the rough percentage increases on each TLD:

These increase will apply to all operations on these domains, so if you've always wanted one of these domains, now is the time to get it. If you have one already and it's not renewed up to the maximum registration period (10 years on all of these), now is the time to top it off. And if you have your domain registered elsewhere and want to consolidate your portfolio at Gandi, now's the time to transfer it. As you can see from the list above, the savings could be significant.

Create a domain
Renew a domain
Transfer a domain


We have good news for companies of all kinds! .com.tw domains are on sale for just NT$95 the first year!
The .com.tw extension is the most popular extension for businesses in Taiwan.

Your business gets (with each domain at Gandi):

  • Five free email mailboxes
  • 1000 free forwarding addresses
  • A one-page website
  • Half-off on Simple Hosting (your first instance will be free for 10 days!)
  • Private domain registration
  • One-year free SSL certificate to secure your site
  • Benefit from webmail, an address book and calendar using our new SOGo (Open Source Groupware)


Register a .com.tw?

.com.tw

Following the recent announcement of free snapshots, we are happy to announce that all Simple Hosting instances now have 20GB of free storage included, instead of 10GB as was previously the case.

Instances created starting today will have 20GB by default, and existing instances will see the addition of 10GB added for free.

The addition of additional storage space is of course still possible, and is billed per gigabyte at the usual rate.

Please don't hesitate to contact our customer support team for any question you may have.


There are actually two Earth Days: there's the one we all know and love on April 22 but the same year as the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970, San Francisco mayor John McConnell declared March 21, 1970 as Earth Day, too. McConnell chose this date to correspond with the Spring Equinox in the northern hemisphere.


We interrupt this broadcast for a special news bulletin: long thought sacrificed on the altar of television, in the age of the internet, radio has made a surprising recovery.

Once confined by the strength of its broadcast towers, radio has been untethered online and today programming from around the world can be streamed right to your smartphone.

It's no anachronism, then, that two second-level radio-related TLDs — .radio.am and .radio.fm — should find their way into the domain space.

And whether you're a radio station, a radio star, or just a radio enthusiast, you can get your .radio.am or .radio.fm domain for only a third the normal price from March 1 until December 31, 2017.

That means from now until the end of the year, instead of $17.10 per year, .radio.am and .radio.fm domains will be $5.70 per year*.

And now back to your regular programming ...

Register your station?:

.tld

*Prices in USD. See .radio.am or .radio.fm price pages for local pricing.


We have some great news for anyone with connections or relations with Ireland. As of March 1, 2017 prices for the Irish TLD .irish have gone down!

Up until now, .irish domains have been available for $47.82 at A rates*. Now, we're happy to announce they're available for just $19.36 at A rates*. That's quite a significant drop. And while this is great news for those who identify with Ireland in one way or another, no matter what time of year it is, this news also comes just in time to get a domain before the one Irish holiday the whole world enjoys. So happy St. Patrick's Day, .irish!

Register a .irish?

.irish

 

*Prices in USD. See .irish price page for local pricing (including Euros and Pounds sterling)


Five is one of those special numbers. Five fingers on one hand. Five senses. It's like it's programmed into our consciousness.

Maybe that helps explain why this promo is so appealing. Starting March 1, five TLDs — .loan, .cricket, .accountant, .faith, and .science — are on sale for just $5.00* per year, both to create and to renew.

Five TLDs, five dollars apiece.

Get one (or two or five)?:

.tld

*Prices in USD. See price pages linked above for local pricing.


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