top-level domain


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top-level domain

The final portion of a Uniform Resource Locator (URL), commonly known as a website address. Top-level domains include country code top-level domains (ccTLDs), for example “.uk” (United Kingdom), and “.jp” (Japan), as well as international suffixes such as “.com” and “.net.”
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They are also the parent-company of the Public Interest Registry, which manages the .org top-level domain.
India, May 2 -- Google has opened up its .app domain three years after paying $25 million to acquire exclusive rights to use the top-level domain (TLD).
dotFM, the .FM Top-Level Domain Registry has launched Emoji based Domain Names.
Once upon a time, oh about 20 years ago or so, interpreting and perhaps understanding top-level domain (TLD) names was a fairly simple thing to do.
ACOMPANY ESTABLISHED BY ABA, the Financial Services Roundtable and other industry partners--known as Financial Top-Level Domain (fTLD) Registry Service LLC--signed an agreement recently to operate the registry for the new dot-bank (bank) Internet domain name.
A top-level domain is the portion of the domain name appearing to the right of the dot.
Dubai based DotShabaka Registry made the world's first cross-border Arabic top-level domain 'شبكة.' (pronounced dotshabaka) available to all businesses last month, and Middle East hotels have begun registering.
"For the first time, Internet users across the world will be able to use generic Top-Level Domain names entirely in their native languages," said Akram Atallah, president of ICANN's Global Domains Division.
The China Internet Network Information Center, the administrative agency responsible for internet affairs on the mainland, said the outage was due to a malfunction in the country's top-level domain name root servers.
29 -- .CLUB Domains, LLC, the company formed to own and operate the new ".CLUB" generic top-level domain name (gTLD), announced today that it has officially begun its Trademark Sunrise Period, signaling that brands and other trademark owners can now register and buy their own piece of Internet history with a .CLUB web address.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which controls the use of web addresses, has been developing a programme that will increase the top-level domain names available to include non-Roman script characters (e.g.
The Internet after Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the regulator of web addresses has entered into a contract with dotShabaka Registry for .shabaka to become the world's first Arabic new Top-Level Domain (TLD).