Domain Industry News

Tucows has announced the company’s third-quarter financial results, stating that the company has   received a $370,000 refund – or two full refunds for two new gTLD applications – from ICANN >>>
ICANN and the Africa Network Information Center (AFRINIC) have signed an agreement to increase the number of root DNS server instances in Africa >>>
Peter Dengate Thrush quits his job as an executive chairman of Top Level Domain Holdings >>>
Name.Space has sued ICANN over some of the proposed new top-level domains >>>
45th ICANN meeting has kicked off in Toronto. The international conference gathers key domain industry experts three times a year to discuss topical questions related to the global network >>>
ICANN has announced a method that will be used to to assign a priority number to each application >>>
Directi plans to relaunch .pw, a ccTLD of the Micronesian Palau nation that counts only 18,000 >>>
On October 8, a briefing for this year's 7th Internet Governance Forum (IGF 2012) was held in the UN Information Centre in Moscow, Russia. The Forum will take part in Baku, Azerbaijan, on November 6-9, 2012 >>>
By the end of the second quarter of 2012, the Internet is home to more than 240 million domain names, a 7,3 million increase compared to the previous quarter, according to Verisign's report >>>
Two companies have officially sacked their applications for .cialis and .chatr >>>