.mobi -- Ready, Set, Register

Smith, Brad
May 2006
Wireless Week;5/1/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p20
Trade Publication
The article provides information on the new Internet domain names using dot-mobi developed by Mobile Top Level Domain (mTLD) company based in Dublin, Ireland. The registration will be from May 22 to May 29, 2006 for industry companies while the second registration will be from June 12 through August 21 for trademark holders. The effort of mTLD has functions of letting consumers know about Websites designed for mobile telephones and to establish the rules and style guides used to design these sites. Style guides for the development of messaging sites will also be launched.


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