The lights are on
Despite filing multiple domain registrations that were
thought to be for its next-gen console, it turns out that Micrsoft doesn't
actually own the right to two prominent Xbox One domains.
The report comes via Fusible, which does very good
reporting on domain name filings. According to WhoIs.com, someone residing in
the United Kingdom holds the domains xboxone.com and xboxone.net.
Microsoft has filed a complaint with the National
Arbitration Forum over the domains, hoping to secure control of them.
Interestingly, Microsoft had filed for many Xbox related domain names, particularly
a slew of them related to the name "Xbox Fusion," leading many to believe that
was the name of the company's next console. As it turned out, that was not the
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That's... really funny lol.
I love this, it's hilarious. Ahhh Microsoft.
unfortunately this guy will probably get screwed,it shouldnt work like that but it will.
lol, xbox one.. no dice.
I would sell the domain at a high price.