Regarding Domain Name Sales 

Our domain names are now for sale through

Please submit your inquiries via Afternic.

If the domain is not yet listed at Afternic (we are working on getting all our domains listed there), inquire through brokerage at Afternic.

They will let us know that a query has been submitted, and we will promptly list your desired domain.

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From Wikipedia
(by Jason Hise and released to the Public Domain)
We turn the Cube and it twists us.
-- Erno Rubik

"Cube A" is just one of those terms that screams "TECH!!!" Tech companies seem to love "cube" names for their company names -- indeed, was one of the first domain names registered (1987), and short cube names are especially coveted. A 5-letter domain beginning with "cube" is a rare property; the last time we checked, all were taken in dotcom -- only 26 total -- and we didn't acquire this one for cheap.

This shortie is catchy and memorable and sure to launch your company in a major way.

Radio test: "Cube A" passes with flying colors.

In short, "Cube A" is both an aural and a visual term: internet, TV, print. If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, you should be okay using this name -- that is, if your ad announcer pronounces as follows:


"Cube A" and its variations (CubeA and Cubea), do not appear in the data bases as a live trademark, although "Cube A" appears as a dead trademark for educational services. We believe that this name is trademark clean, but if you're not certain, please consult with a trademark attorney before buying this name.

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