Google has managed to purchase the .app domain from ICANN for $25 million, which is the highest bid for any domain ever, surpassing bids from other tech companies for the same.
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Amazon has come under fire for their applications for the new TLDs, such as .book, .author and .read, with some calling it "anticompetitive" or a way to further their own business.
Nominet is proposing a more secure .UK domain for businesses and people operating in the kingdom. It would come with extra security and a price to match it being 4 times more expensive than .co.uk
Over a decade after it was first proposed, the Internet's 'red light district' has finally opened its doors, with companies and individuals invited to bid on the first .xxx domain names from today.