It is now exposed that Facebook has acquired the Fb.com domain name. This specific news flash arrives just nights before its special occasion, in which it is fixed to uncover an overhauled edition of Mail messages that actually works just like e-mail.
In September, the American Farm Bureau marketed the Fb.com domain name to an undisclosed customer. Searching for the domain’s whois discloses that MarkMonitor, a brand name safety and domain name administration company, is the Fb.com’s domain registrar. Nevertheless, Domain Name Wire has exposed that the domain’s whois have been modified to reveal that Facebook (Facebook . com) is the domain’s owner.
A recently available statement from All Facebook states that Facebook is utilizing Fb.com in house, but doesn’t really understand what Facebook promises to do with it. Concurrently, The New York Times and TechCrunch declare that the company’s upcoming Mail messages change will probably make use of the Facebook.com domain name for individual email accounts.
What do i mean for Fb.com? Probably, Fb.com will end up the email domain name of the organization’s 1,400+ workers. Yahoo does something comparable; its employee’s uses @yahoo-inc.com email addresses rather @Yahoo.com to prevent misunderstandings between its employees and the 100s of millions of persons of its email services.
If Facebook is planning to launch their new email service, then would you prefer to use it over Gmail, Yahoo, and Hotmail? Or it is an added advantage to have Facebook email service like everyone spends most of their time on Facebook. People can use their email and access their emails directly from facebook account.