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Dot-mayhem: The domain landgrab, by the numbers

Google's wants 101 new domain extensions, Amazon 76, and Microsoft 11. Here are all the key details from today's reveal.

By June 13, 2012


ICANN unveils first non-Latin domain names

Following through on its promise to open the Internet to international domain names, ICANN launches its first non-Latin domains for Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

By May 7, 2010


ICANN approves non-Latin domain names

Organization that oversees domain names OKs system for non-Latin characters, a move designed to help regions around the world surf using their local languages.

By October 30, 2009


Web addresses may adopt non-English characters

The Internet may truly go global with the approval of a new multilanguage domain name system that will let people use Asian or Arabic characters for entire addresses.

By October 26, 2009


Firefox fixes its IDN flaw

Firefox fixes its IDN flaw

By September 9, 2005


ICANN to fast-track internationalized domain names

Testing already under way for creation of domains in local-language script rather than in Latin characters, says ICANN official.

November 15, 2007


International domain names succeed in testing

Advocates see ability to use internationalized domain names as crucial to retaining a single global Internet.

By March 9, 2007


When elephants make love, the grass gets trampled

perspective Back from the first United Nations Internet Governance Forum, attorney Steve Ryan assesses whether it achieved its stated purpose.

November 10, 2006


Attack code published for Firefox flaw

Computer code that could be used to attack Firefox, Mozilla Suite and Netscape users has been released on the Internet.

By September 22, 2005


Fix in for Firefox bugs

Security update to open-source browser patches several flaws. A similar revamp for Mozilla is on its way.

By September 21, 2005