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Hope this is in the right forum? And I did a search and didn't see this topic posted previously but I'm sure I might've missed so my apologies if it has already been discussed.

 

Official google store at Google Store is using OSCOMMERCE - how about that :thumbsup:

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Are you sure it's an official google store? Anyone can buy a domain called google-store.com. If it was store.google.com it'd be certain it was genuine. I just find it hard to believe that google would use such an unmodified design of osCommerce (except for different colours for info boxes).

 

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Anyone can buy a domain called google-store.com.

Indeed:

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WHOIS information for google-store.com:

 

[whois.enom.com]

 

Registration Service Provided By: ZenNames Limited

Contact: [email protected]

Visit:

 

Domain name: google-store.com

 

Administrative Contact/Technical Contact/Registrant Contact:

-

Andrew Lindsay ([email protected])

+44.2072237291

Fax:

41 McKiernan Court

Shuttleworth Road

London, SW11 3DY

GB

 

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Are you sure it's an official google store?  Anyone can buy a domain called google-store.com.  If it was store.google.com it'd be certain it was genuine.  I just find it hard to believe that google would use such an unmodified design of osCommerce (except for different colours for info boxes).

 

Vger

 

Well start believing - And to the whois searcher, google-store.com is their official store in the U.K.

 

googlestore.com is for North/South America and there is a direct link to both of these stores from google's own page:

http://www.google.com/about.html

 

Thank you.

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The address for the offical store is http://www.googlestore.com, and not http://www.google-store.com.

 

These are the name server addresses for googlestore.com

 

Name Server: NS2.GOOGLE.COM

Name Server: NS1.GOOGLE.COM

Name Server: NS3.GOOGLE.COM

Name Server: NS4.GOOGLE.COM

 

These are the name server addresses for google-store.com

 

Name Server: DNS1.NAME-SERVICES.COM

Name Server: DNS2.NAME-SERVICES.COM

Name Server: DNS3.NAME-SERVICES.COM

Name Server: DNS4.NAME-SERVICES.COM

Name Server: DNS5.NAME-SERVICES.COM

 

googlestore.com was created in 1999

google-store.com was created in May of this year

 

However, the official Google Store IS using osCommerce.

 

Vger

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The address for the offical store is http://www.googlestore.com, and not http://www.google-store.com.

 

These are the name server addresses for googlestore.com

 

Name Server: NS2.GOOGLE.COM

Name Server: NS1.GOOGLE.COM

Name Server: NS3.GOOGLE.COM

Name Server: NS4.GOOGLE.COM

 

These are the name server addresses for google-store.com

 

Name Server: DNS1.NAME-SERVICES.COM

Name Server: DNS2.NAME-SERVICES.COM

Name Server: DNS3.NAME-SERVICES.COM

Name Server: DNS4.NAME-SERVICES.COM

Name Server: DNS5.NAME-SERVICES.COM

 

googlestore.com was created in 1999

google-store.com was created in May of this year

 

However, the official Google Store IS using osCommerce.

 

Vger

 

Not really concerned nor impressed with your obvious ability to do whois searches - if I can't make it any clearer - BOTH google-store.com and googlestore.com are directly linked to from GOOGLE.COM/ABOUT.html

 

One services North/South American customers, the other European/Asia etc.

 

If you can't understand that google directly linking to a store from its ABOUT page makes it an official google store, then....

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The address for the offical store is http://www.googlestore.com, and not http://www.google-store.com.

 

You probably do not see this due to your location as Google detects this, but I do as I am in Australia - If I go to the first link you posted I am taken to a page that gives me the choice of:

 

North/South America (asp site) and Africa, Antarctica, Asia Pacific, Australia, Europe - this latter is running osCommerce :D

 

Matti

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You probably do not see this due to your location as Google detects this, but I do as I am in Australia - If I go to the first link you posted I am taken to a page that gives me the choice of:

 

North/South America (asp site) and Africa, Antarctica, Asia Pacific, Australia, Europe - this latter is running osCommerce  :D

 

Matti

 

Thank you Matti - and I apologize to Vger for my testy response - sorry Vger :thumbsup:

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You probably do not see this due to your location as Google detects this, but I do as I am in Australia - If I go to the first link you posted I am taken to a page that gives me the choice of:

 

North/South America (asp site) and Africa, Antarctica, Asia Pacific, Australia, Europe - this latter is running osCommerce  :D

 

Matti

 

 

Try adding a product to thier shopping cart. It doesn't even work. I shoot myself if i was google.

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Try adding a product to thier shopping cart. It doesn't even work. I shoot myself if i was google.

 

 

If you look again you will see that they have a 'select quantity' pull down menu - I don't like the way its implemented (not default osCommerce), but if you choose a quantity other than zero it works just fine :lol:

 

Matti

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