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Tonight, ICANN will reveal which companies are going for what generic top-level domain names in its first round of applications.
Icann is preparing for new generic top-level domain applications. Rod Beckstrom, the chief executive of Icann, talks to ZDNet UK about his work at the heart of the internet
In a presentation at SOURCE Boston, Dr. Jose Nazario of Arbor Networks stated that DDoS applications are moving from the domain of trained attackers to tools for the average person to voice a political statement.
Once strictly the domain of software developers and QA engineers, personal and small-business virtualization products are now becoming an attractive solution for entry-level systems consolidation and foreign OS compatibility applications.
Virtualization is a way to abstract applications and their underlying components away from the hardware supporting them. The goal usually is one of the following: higher levels of performance, scalability, reliability or to create a unified security or management domain.
PCMark04 is the latest version of the popular PCMark series. This application-based benchmark is a premium tool for measuring overall...
The Federal Trade Commission is backing a plan that would require Internet registrars to deny domain names to people who submit incomplete or false applications.
US-based Neulevel Inc, the registry for .biz, has received 2 million applications for the top-level domain (TLD).
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A London firm wants a new top-level domain of '.1' for wireless devices. Other domain applications include '.kids' for a child-safe area on the Web
A London firm wants a new top-level domain of '.1' for wireless devices. Other domain applications include '.kids' for a child-safe area on the Web.
The five-year effort by ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) to expand the Internet address list is entering the home stretch, with applications for new top-level domain names now being accepted. With about three weeks to go before the deadline for submissions hits, a lot of big players are waiting on the sidelines, hoping that ICANN will clarify just how it will judge each submission.
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