The Financial times did an article on the auction of single letter .co.uk names. The most heated auction was for G.co.uk according to the story.
"But in the highest-priced auction, Google was outbid for the rights to g.co.uk by Any-Web, a company which collects, builds and resells domain names and is believed to be the auction’s biggest spender."
So Google supposedly paid 7 figures for G.co and got outbid by a far smaller company for G.co.uk ?
Guess the .co supporters will cheer for that.