Article category: News

.EU domain registration opens to three new countries

by Meg - 08.01.2014

From January 8, residents of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway will be able to register .EU domain names. Previously, the .EU domain extension was restricted to residents of the European Union; keep reading for more information...

Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) claims period extended

by Meg - 09.12.2013

The Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) has announced an indefinite extension to the Claims service, specifically the sending of post-registration alerts to trademark holders, with no extra costs incurred. If you would like to know the details and when it’ll be launched, read on…

EXCLUSIVE: Juan Diego Calle, CEO of .CO talks strategy with EuroDNS

by Meg - 09.12.2013

In 2010 the .CO domain registry relaunched itself as the global domain shorthand for company, and in three short years has grown spectacularly to over 1.5 million domain registrations. We caught up with the CEO of .CO, Juan Diego Calle, to discuss the secret of .CO’s success, the future of domain names and more.

The day EuroDNS met Arto from the TLD Registry

by Meg - 26.11.2013

The TLD Registry is preparing to launch two internationalised domains (IDNs) in China. They're .在线 (Dot Chinese Online) and .中文网 (Dot Chinese Website) and are planned for General Availability in early 2014. These new extensions will be open to everyone, benefitting nearly 600 million Chinese Internet users and international brands looking to target a Chinese-speaking audience. EuroDNS was delighted when TLD Registry CEO, Arto Isokoski, agreed to a chat...

First new domain extension, first IDN. Arabic domain is live!

by Meg - 14.11.2013

.SHABAKA, or as they say in Arabic, . شبكة, is the first of the new domain extensions to be released. It roughly translates as Internet and is the first generic domain written entirely in Arabic. EuroDNS is ready to accept your applications for this new gTLD, so get registering. Let’s take a closer look at this internationalised domain name (IDN) and find out when and how you can register…