Is Apple Going To Go With A Hack? Report Says Yes: iTun.es

According to MacRumors“, Apple might use a domain hack for its new iTunes Ping program.

The story says that Apple which has has owned the domain name hack of the hack of iTun.es,  since December 2006, when it was registered by Mark Monitor, could windup using its as a link shortener for its new Ping product links for Twitter.

iTun.es currently forwards to Apple.com

If true this would mark the second top 5 tech companies that would go with a hack as a shortener.

In October Google announced it was going to use the hack, Goog.gl, as a shortener.

This might help the domain hack market, and you can find some great one on sale at DomainHacks.com

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