Myk JL

Microsoft begrudgingly buys an Xbone

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After looking at the web archive, it appears as though Microsoft must have bought it off someone.. or had some lawyers seize it in a lawsuit. It doesn't look like the domain was used for about 4 years and then someone got it in 2013.. I'm guessing MS paid someone.. Now I wish I had bought the domain. It could have racked in some easy money.

 

http://web.archive.org/web/20001204205900/http://www.xbone.com/


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