Domain and web hosting data company gets trademarks for “DomainTools”. Remember when DomainTools was called (the much less desirable) whois.sc? It was shorter, but running a domain name business on a Seychelles ccTLD is no bueno
Company launches dedicated site for historical screenshots. We all know that DomainTools is a domain name treasure trove
The leading whois resource launches its iPhone app. DomainTools launched its iPhone (slash-ipod touch-slash-ipad) app this week. It’s a fairly simple app for now, but the company says it’s working to add lots of functionality in the near future.
Whois service gets MVP. Perhaps it’s only fitting that the top domain tool is, well, DomainTools. The popular whois service was selected as the “most valuable” software or hosted application for domain research and management, according to respondents in the 5th Annual Domain Name Wire Survey. 39% of those surveyed picked DomainTools, nearly three times as many as the next highest vote-getter
New MyWhois feature is a big usability improvement. A month or two ago DomainTools changed the way it displays whois data. Whereas whois records and associated domain data used to be displayed on one page, it switched to a tabbed view to make it easier to read