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25 years ago today a computer manufacturer based in Cambridge, Massachusetts called Symbolics, Inc. was the first to register a .com address on March 15, 1985. A year later and only five other companies had registered...
The Internet domain game has been going strong for over 20 years. Have you ever thought back and wondered what some of the first domain registrations were? Surprisingly the first domain name ever...
VeriSign Inc. said on Monday it would maintain control of the lucrative ".com" Internet domain until 2012 in return for dropping an antitrust lawsuit against the nonprofit body that oversees the Internet's addressing system. ...
Here's more of VeriSign to spice up your daily lives! VeriSign Inc. is planning a change to a Domain Name System component responsible for coordinating updates to the .com and .net domains...