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tlds

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London is latest major city to get its own domain

London joins New York and Berlin today with a local top-level domain, .london, but concerns remain over the expense of new TLDs.

By April 29, 2014

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Guess who wants new military top-level domains? Not the military...

Demand Media, that purveyor of eHow and other spammy sites, is making a frontal assault on new TLDs like .army and .navy.

By June 13, 2012

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Google wants .lol and a few other new top-level domains

It's too late to apply for new TLDs, but Google applied ahead of the deadline to lock down domains for its core products... and to provide some opportunities for hilarity.

By May 31, 2012

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Can you trust the Wall Street Journal's domains?

Just because a company owns the .com domain doesn't mean anything when it comes to other domains with different TLDs

By May 3, 2008

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Mmm...Donuts: Domain name company eyes a diverse Web

Domain name registry says $100 million in funding and 307 top level domain applications will cure .com ennui.

By June 5, 2012

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New domain names, same old trademark problems

As Net addresses like .pink, .flights, and .coffee arrive, trademark holders have some new versions of old headaches. Canyon Bicycle prevailed to claim canyon.bike, though.

By March 25, 2014

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Apple, Google, Amazon: Give us our own domains

ICANN reveals who's going after new top-level-domains in a move that could shake up how we enter Web addresses. Nominees range from .book and .music to .lol and .wow.

By June 13, 2012

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The most coveted domains, from .app to .home

ICANN released its list of top-level-domain applications, and .app appears as the most popular domain. Surprisingly, .sex and .sucks garnered less interest.

By June 13, 2012

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Whoops! ICANN makes domain applicants' personal info public

Agency that oversees oversees the assignment of Web domains published postal addresses from applications by mistake.

By June 15, 2012

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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