Monthly Archives: July 2013

ICANN approves first generic Top Level Domains registries

ICANN has signed the agreements that will allow the first set of new generic Top Level Domains (TLD) to go live. This Government body has signed deals with three Internet registries, as well as Registrars from Senegal, Australia, France and the US. Iain Roache and Charles Melvin invite our readers to read this article by clicking here.

Of Kings, Domains and generic Top Level Domains (TLD)

Iain Roache emphasises the big change that the internet will be facing by the end of the year. By then, domains such as .com, .org and .net won’t be the only choice in the internet kingdom. Charles Melvin invites our readers to read this article about then new generic Top Level Domain explosion by clicking here.