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Microsoft Corporation registers domain names for ‘Xbox Summer Stadium App’

Xbox Summer Stadium App

Microsoft has picked up two new domain names this week hinting at an upcoming ‘Summer Stadium’ app for the Xbox.

On April 30, 2012, Microsoft registered the hyphenated domains, (Whois) and (Whois), through the internet brand protection company MarkMonitor.

With baseball season in full swing, now is as good a time as any to release a stadium app for the Xbox. But it’s unknown at this time whether the app will be used for sports or music concerts taking place this summer. has a number of apps, including At the Ballpark which offers mobile check-in, social media, offers, rewards and exclusive content.  It also provides other information like current game details including team schedule, ticket information and sales and promotional event listings.

At the time of this story, Microsoft has not announced anything about the Summer Stadium app for the Xbox.

Currently, the domain does not resolve to a web page, while redirects visitors to Bing.

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Microsoft registers KillmsnNOW and other anti-msnNOW domain names


Earlier this week, Microsoft launched a new site called msnNOW, which serves up the most interesting trends from real-time sources like Twitter.

The site’s launch was followed by the registration of over a dozen anti-msnNOW domains like, and some other names that contain more profane language.

Following is the list of domains registered on February 16, 2012, through the internet brand protection company MarkMonitor.

Here’s a look at the Whois record for Whois record