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Top level domain .eu not far off
The newest top level domain .eu is slowly moving forward towards introduction sometime in late 2004. .eu is a new top level domain designed for use by residents and businesses in EU member states and will be the first domain space that is not purely generic, like .com, and not specific to a single country, like .uk more >>
KerryEdwards.com auction delayed
The fate of the KerryEdwards.com Web site is up in the air after the highest bidder for the potentially profitable domain name pulled out more >>
RegistryPro Opens 'Second-Level' .Pro Domain Name
Qualified professionals and their organizations may now register "second-level" Pro Internet domain names that provide simpler, more direct Internet addresses
for doctors, lawyers and accountants. RegistryPro, the .Pro registry operator, today said it has received approval of ICANN to begin offering second-level .Pro domain names immediately more >>
Icann takes first steps towards IPv6
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (Icann) has taken its first steps towards implementing the next generation of internet protocol (IP), by adding IPv6 addresses to the DNS root server system more >>
Real World Real Estate Company Affirms Value in Virtual Realty With $50,000 Purchase of BoiseRealEstate.com
Book another big week for the domain business! Talk about perfect harmony. Last week's top seller, Harmony.com, went for $50,000 and this week's leader, BoiseRealEstate.com, chimed in right on key with another 50K! Not that being a penny or two off would have constituted a sour note, but the exact match is a perfect metaphor for how sweet industry music has been this year more >>
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