Name for newssite: wich domain to choose?


I want to make a international newssite where I aggregate different RSS-newsfeeds, so that one can se headlines of many different newssources.

I do have a few domain names:

newz.biz
newstaxi.com
oago.com
poax.xom
gixa.com
zerl.com
vupe.com
conovo.com

Wich one would you choose
Posted On: Thursday 25th of October 2012 11:56:50 PM Total Views:  420
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