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Important news for .TEL owners

The .tel registry emailed all domain name registrants directly last month to announce some important changes to the hosting of .tel domain names. Please see a copy of the .tel communication here. On the 13th March .tel will switch off… Continue Reading →

What’s changing in the UK internet landscape?

It was an early start on Wednesday as I headed off to London for the .UK Nominet Registrar Conference. It’s an opportunity for key players from the UK internet space to meet and discuss what’s happening online and how we… Continue Reading →

Nominet say yes, you can have your name.uk

Nominet, the .uk Registry has announced today that from summer 2014 you will be able to have your website address ending in just .uk The new shorter, memorable .uk extension will be offered in addition to the existing .co.uk, .org.uk… Continue Reading →

The future of .uk is in your hands!

Nominet, the .uk Registry has today published their second consultation to ask you the following questions: Do you want direct registrations under .uk? If you do, how do they decide who gets certain domain names first? I encourage you all… Continue Reading →

The Internet says “No” to Amazon!

In a recent twist of the plans to launch over 1,000 new domain name extensions starting late 2013, ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) has just announced that applications for “closed generics” will go on hold.  This means… Continue Reading →