Become a Ninja, Reviews Help the Internet, Be a Socialite

Three very interesting and potentially popular new TLDs will soon be available to the general public through HEXONET.  Starting on May 28th, 2014, the .NINJA domain name will be open for general availability. And then on June 4, 2014, the new TLDs .REVIEWS and .SOCIAL will subsequently be launched as well.  Here are some reasons to check out these new TLDs for yourself.

.NINJA - Release your inner Ninja

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Say Hello to dotBerlin!

As HEXONET continues with the introduction of interesting new gTLD applicants, this week we want to highlight dotBerlin (.BERLIN).  HEXONET had the opportunity to speak with Ms. Katrin Ohlmer at dotBerlin recently, which is considered a geographic new gTLD and has passed ICANN's Initial Evaluation phase.  First and foremost, we would like to thank Ms. Ohlmer for taking the time to share her thoughts and insights on dotBerlin.


BRS Media’s dotRadio Launches Expression of Interest for .RADIO Top Level Domain

The .RADIO TLD will usher in a new media paradigm in Online Innovation, Branding and Creativity!

San Francisco CA (PRWEB) January 15, 2013

BRS Media, a diverse and growing media e-commerce firm that assists traditional and interactive media companies build and brand on the power of the Internet, today announced it has launched an Expression of Interest (EOI) program for new Top-Level-Domain .RADIO.


Meet New Third-Level Domain .kiwi.nz

InternetNZ recently introduced a new Third-Level Domain ".kiwi.nz". It was launched provisionally on September 11, 2012. One of the main provisions was that the registry needed to receive more than 500 registrations within the first month for registrations to start being treated like a regular Third-Level .NZ Domain. In the first 24 hours after launch this threshold was surpassed.


The Post Dot Era Begins

The Numbers Behind the Applications

The "Post Dot Era" is beginning to take shape as ICANN revealed the details on its over 1930 application filings for new Top-Level-Domain (nTLDs) extensions on June 13, 2012. The sure volume and diversity of the applications ICANN received clearly shows us that the very nature of the Internet is on the verge of radically changing. Here are the cold hard facts about the ICANN applications:

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