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domain extension

The top-level domain name in an Internet address, such as .com, .org and .edu. See Internet domain name and extension.
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The periodicity error is minimized by employing a target domain extension, in which the excitation is zero-padded.
Radix, the domain name registry behind .TECH, announced today that its popular new domain extension .TECH has crossed over 100,000 domain name registrations.
A Top level domain extension is simply the part of the website address that follows the dot, for e.g.
Today, the new generic top-level domains (gTLDs), the thousands of new domain extensions such as "photography", "Jondon" etc., that will be flooding into the market over the next few months, took a step forward and entered a new phase where they are open to applications from anyone.
We did not have any intention of advertising those domain extensions, but we wanted any hapless visitors to get to the right site right away rather than to be met with a generic web host page.
You can become the sole registrar for a domain extension, but it is an expensive proposition.
During Rod Beckstrom's visit to Bulgaria, it was made clear that the Balkan country will once again try to register the ".[ETH][+ or -][ETH][sup.3]" Cyrillic domain extension.
That's why Eric Gordon, owner of Manhattan-based real estate technology company Real Plus, recently jumped at the chance to buy NewYorkApartments.co when the new .co domain extension became available a year ago.
With an intuitive domain extension that appears at the ends of Web addresses like .com (commercial), .edu (education), .gov (government), and .mil (military), .jobs has already been adopted by numerous employers, making it easer to find opportunities through easy-to-remember URLs that take job seekers directly to the jobs sections of large employers' Web sites.
"AURORA" is designed to combine secure compression functions and advanced domain extension capabilities, with it's compression functions achieving advanced levels of security by connecting multiple functions to offer a broad mix of data.
The domain extension is intended for both commercial and non-commercial use.
In the "real world," domain names have their own social class, in which there is the most desired domain extension (.com), followed by the others (.net, .org, .edu and so on).