Google and Amazon lead the tech companies hoping to acquire their own top level domains, Skype introduces ads, and Facebook trials a new way of sharing music. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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Apple, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Amazon are among the tech companies applying for their own Top Level Domains: Read more

Skype launches ‘Conversation’ display ad units on Windows to monetize non-paying users: Read more

Facebook begins testing new ‘Share Music’ feature in News Feed Share box Read more

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