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BizReport | Domain Names March 19, 2012

ICANN dot brand suffix deadline looms

Businesses that intend to apply for a dot brand suffix for their website need to act now if they don't want to miss the boat. However, a recent survey from registry services provider Afilias reveals nearly half of businesses are... >>

BizReport | Domain Names July 13, 2010

ICANN approves Chinese character domain names

Chinese-speaking Internet users will soon find it much easier to browse as the creation of domains using only Chinese characters has been approved.... >>

BizReport | Domain Names May 10, 2010

Opening of new domain extensions potential problem for brands

In just a few months a new brand of domain will be available on the Internet - a non-Latin based world wide web domain extension. In October, three Arab countries will receive the first language-based domains from the Internet Corporation... >>

BizReport | Domain Names November 02, 2009

ICANN fast-tracking alternative domain extensions

.com, .org, .uk, .ca. Amid the plethora of domain extensions and country extensions now available, there are about to be millions more as plans are in the works to add domain extensions based on non-Roman alphabets. The move comes based... >>

BizReport | Internet December 03, 2008

Does "Internet for all" require larger variety of languages?

English, Chinese and Spanish are the top three languages used on the Internet but, to enable the next billion people to have access to the Internet, should a larger range of languages be supported? ... >>

BizReport | Domain Names May 11, 2007

New internet addresses available in summer 2008

ICANN have announced that new internet addresses will begin appearing next summer, the first expansion for general use since 2000.... >>

BizReport | Internet October 03, 2006

ICANN Reaches Deal on More Freedom with US Department Of Commerce

The US government is giving the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) more freedom. The corporation's three year contract had run out and the US Department of Commerce begrudgingly granted it more freedom over the next three year... >>

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