Google has announced plans to shutter its Flatiron Internet domain name.
The company’s founder and CEO, Sundar Pichai, wrote on Twitter that he has decided to shut down Flatiron as the company moves on from the Flatirons.
The announcement comes as the domain name is already on the auction block.
It is currently available for $50.95.
It also offers some additional perks such as “unlimited free” domains.
But the domain is a popular and popular name for online services like Google Docs, YouTube, Gmail, Yahoo and more.
Google was acquired by Yahoo for $1.1 billion in October 2018.
The Flatiron name was created by the author of the book “The Web That Never Was.”
The domain’s popularity, along with its relatively short history, has led to some speculation that Google is using the domain to sell off some of its remaining domains, including its “Flatiron” brand.