The following video is part of our "Talking Stocks" series, in which Motley Fool analysts Lyons George and Isaac Pino discuss trends across the investing universe.
If there's one thing tech investors know, it's this: When it comes to the Internet, change happens fast. In today's edition, Lyons and Isaac try to stay ahead of the curve by looking into potential shifts in the Web strategies of some of today's most innovative companies. Working off the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers' newly published list of domain-name applications, our analysts consider where companies such as Google (which is trying to nab ".dad") and Amazon.com (which is gunning for everything from ".mobile" to ".movie") might be planning to move their businesses -- and how we investors can move with them.
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