What's Behind Microsoft's "App Your Sites" Domain Purchase?

This week Microsoft registered several new domain names, including many different variations of AppYourSites.com. Is Microsoft planning a new campaign around Windows Phone 7, HTML5 or perhaps site pinning? The domains currently point to Bing.com, another Microsoft property. Many believe it's going to be something focused on IE9's site pinning feature, which turns websites into something that resembles a web app.

This week Microsoft registered several new domain names, including many different variations of AppYourSites.com. Is Microsoft planning a new campaign around Windows Phone 7, HTML5 or perhaps site pinning?

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