The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has unveiled plans to boost the number of domain endings so that internet addresses would end in almost any word and be in any language, the BBC reports. Icann will begin taking applications next year, with corporations and cities expected to be among the first to bid for a suffix. Read more
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