|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, DataCube.com 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 CubeA.com as follows:
"Cube A" and its variations (CubeA and Cubea), do not appear in the USPTO.gov 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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(Includes domain and CubeA logo. The twisting cube is a public domain graphic.)