BetaNews: YouTube TV gets a massive price hike, but I’m not canceling

BetaNews: YouTube TV gets a massive price hike, but I’m not canceling. “When I first cut the cord and switched my television service to YouTube TV, the price was a very manageable $35 per month. Then the monthly charge went to up $40 and ultimately landed at $50. When it hit the $50 mark I became nervous, as it was approaching cable TV pricing. Sadly, today, the price jumps once again, this time to $65. Uh oh.”

Search Engine Journal: Domains Ending in .Com to Reportedly Get More Expensive

Search Engine Journal: Domains Ending in .Com to Reportedly Get More Expensive. “The new contract allows Verisign to charge domain registrars 7% more for .com domains per year for the next 4 years (2020-2023). Prices will then be frozen for 2 years, followed by more increases between 2026 and 2029.”

The Register: Internet industry freaks out over proposed unlimited price hikes on .org domain names

The Register: Internet industry freaks out over proposed unlimited price hikes on .org domain names. “The organization that oversees the domain name system, ICANN, has proposed an end to price caps on one of the internet’s most popular extensions – .org – and many in the internet industry are unhappy about it.”

TechCrunch: Google raises its G Suite prices

TechCrunch: Google raises its G Suite prices. “Google today announced that it is raising the price of its G Suite subscriptions for the first time. In the U.S., the prices of G Suite Basic and G Suite Business editions will increase by $1 and $2 per user/month, respectively, while increases in other regions will be adjusted according to the local currency and market. G Suite Enterprise pricing will remain the same.”

New Zealand Herald: Metlink upset over Google Maps price hike of $29,000 a month

Municipalities and local governments, don’t get too comfy about using Google products. Case in point from the New Zealand Herald: Metlink upset over Google Maps price hike of $29,000 a month . “Wellington’s Metlink says a $29,000-a-month price increase for its use of Google Maps is unfair and it was not given enough notice of the change. The public transport provider was told yesterday that its monthly bill will increase from $1000 to $30,000, coming into effect in mid-July.”