- Burger Day Special: Lifehacker's Ultimate Guide To Burgers
- Domino's Pizza Is Working On Delivery Drones
- You Will Soon Be Able To Play PlayStation 4 Games On Your PC
- Dealhacker: The Cheapest Unlimited NBN Plans In Each Australian City
- The Best New Features In Android 7 Nougat
- Deals: Get An All-Access Pass To 1000 Tech Training Courses For $45
Chaos reigns on web-based services if you let domain names, SSL certificates or other key infrastructure expire. certalert.me is a service that warns you if a company-owned domain or SSL certificate is about to reach its due date.
Even though Google is no longer officially offering free Google Apps for Business accounts, there is still a way to sign up for Google Apps and get it linked to your own domain. Just sign up for Google App Engine and add your domain to that account. You’ll get Google Apps along with it for free.
If you got in on Google Apps for free before Google shut the party down, congratulations. If you’re starting a new domain now and looking for someone to host your domain’s webmail, getting a Google Apps account just got a little more expensive. If email is all you’re looking for, you may want to try using Microsoft’s new Outlook.com instead.
One big advantage of using Google Apps is that you can take advantage of Gmail and Google Drive while keeping your own company domain for email. Google has expanded the range of domains it offers for new sign-ups to include 22 new country-specific options. Unfortunately, Australia isn’t on the list.
Companies like Google, Amazon, Apple, Australia Post and the Commonwealth Bank are currently competing for a new round of top-level domains — think new versions of .com and .org like .search, .blog and .app. The argument is that this will make the internet easier to use, but we think it’s a bit sketchier than those involved would like to admit. Here’s why.