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Can You Imagine More Than 1,200 New Top-Level Domains? ICANN.

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When the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) finally begins its domain-name expansion program in earnest, how many new top level domains (TLDs) can we expect see cluttering up the Web? Who knows, but we do know that 1,268 entities are interested enough to ante up $5,000 to...
Can You Imagine More Than 1,200 New Top-Level Domains? ICANN.

Icann admits gTLD software flaw may have revealed rival bid details

www.guardian.co.uk
The internet naming company Icann has admitted that rival bidders for highly valuable new internet domains could have seen each others' secret bids because of flaws in its registration software.The company took the system offline on Thursday afternoon, just hours before applications were due to close after being open for...
Icann admits gTLD software flaw may have revealed rival bid details

3 shades of latency: How Netflix built a data architecture around timeliness

gigaom.com
Like other companies operating at webscale, Netflix knows that processing and serving up lots of data — some to customers, some for use on the backend — doesn’t have to happen either right away or never. It’s more like a gray area, and Netflix detailed the uses for three shades...
3 shades of latency: How Netflix built a data architecture around timeliness

Apple Blocks iForgot Password System to Deal with Security Flaw

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Apple has temporarily taken its iForgot password system offline to prevent against a security flaw that could let someone reset another person’s Apple ID by knowing only their e-mail and birthdate. “Apple takes customer privacy very seriously,” the company said in a statement on Friday. “We are aware of this...
Apple Blocks iForgot Password System to Deal with Security Flaw

Official: Sprint Galaxy Nexus getting Jelly Bean update today

www.engadget.com
Well, well, would you look at that? Staying true to what we'd heard yesterday, it appears that long-awaited Android 4.1 refresh is finally making its way to Sprint's own flavor of the Galaxy Nexus. As expected, the Jelly Bean update brings a slew of familiar, but rather marvelous features...
Official: Sprint Galaxy Nexus getting Jelly Bean update today
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