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Squabble leaves TV viewers in the dark - News - MailTribune.com ... - Mail Tribune


Squabble leaves TV viewers in the dark - News - MailTribune.com ...
Mail Tribune
A squabble between Charter Spectrum cable company and Northwest Broadcasting has left cable subscribers without access to the broadcaster's programming.Cable subscribers from Yuma, Arizona, and Jackson, Wyoming, to Crescent City and Medford haven't ...

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Report: Mark Cuban wants to buy back Broadcast.com - Domain Name Wire

Domain Name Wire

Report: Mark Cuban wants to buy back Broadcast.com
Domain Name Wire
Entrepreneur Mark Cuban apparently still believes in the power of a good domain name. He's thinking about buying back the domain name Broadcast.com to use for a new company, The Information reports. Cuban sold the Broadcast.com company to Yahoo for $5 ...

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Kevin Ham sells domain names to GoDaddy - Domain Name Wire

Domain Name Wire

Kevin Ham sells domain names to GoDaddy
Domain Name Wire
Just a week after completing a deal to acquire Donuts' portfolio of about 200,000 domain names, GoDaddy appears to have purchased legendary domain investor Kevin Ham's domain name portfolio, or at least part of it. I detected a large number of domain ...



Monumental Sports in negotiations with Capital One on Verizon ... - Bullets Forever (blog)

Bullets Forever (blog)

Monumental Sports in negotiations with Capital One on Verizon ...
Bullets Forever (blog)
The Verizon Center's naming rights do not expire until 2018. but that's not slowing down Monumental Sports and Entertainment from securing naming rights in advance. According to Dan Steinberg and Isabelle Kurshudyan of The Washington Post, Monumental ...

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Buy A Domain With A Google Penalty Manual Action? Give It Up. - Search Engine Roundtable

Search Engine Roundtable

Buy A Domain With A Google Penalty Manual Action? Give It Up.
Search Engine Roundtable
Everyone knows that you should check the history of a domain name before you buy it. But what if you did, you looked at the domain name history, the wayback machine, and other metrics but didn't have access to the Google Search Console messages. Then ...



Georgia Tech researchers shed light upon “combosquatting” - Domain Name Wire

Domain Name Wire

Georgia Tech researchers shed light upon “combosquatting”
Domain Name Wire
George Tech, in collaboration with Stony Brook University and London South Bank University, has released a study (pdf) of what it calls “combosquatting” in domain names. The findings are being discussed as part of the Association of Computer Machinery ...

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Study Finds Top Sites Can Be Impersonated Using Non-Latin Alphabet - Silicon UK

Silicon UK

Study Finds Top Sites Can Be Impersonated Using Non-Latin Alphabet
Silicon UK
Security researchers have spotted Internationalised Domain Names (IDNs) being actively used to mimic more than one hundred top brands, including Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook. Farsight Security said its study shows the use of non-Latin ...



Freeserve, Wanadoo and Orange email addresses are no more. Where next? - The Guardian

The Guardian

Freeserve, Wanadoo and Orange email addresses are no more. Where next?
The Guardian
Fastmail offers dozens of addresses – fastmail.co.uk, ftml.net, elitemail.org, fea.st, sent.as etc – but you can also use your own domain name. It costs $5 per month or $50 a year with 25GB of email storage. Having said all that, the number of email ...



GoDaddy Ends Year With ~200 Expiring Emoji Domains in Auction - TheDomains.com

GoDaddy Ends Year With ~200 Expiring Emoji Domains in Auction
TheDomains.com
What a year it's been for emoji domains! From fanatics to hardcore critics, emoji domains are carving a niche of their own in an already multifaceted industry. As many rushed to become emoji domain owners with initial latte-priced registration fees in ...

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