Posts Tagged ‘Korean IDN’

Korean alphabet In domain names by 2009

“Hangeul,” the Korean alphabet, could be used for Internet domain names as early as the first quarter of 2009, the head of a domain management agency said Tuesday.
ICANN, or the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, has been in the process of revising the current Roman alphabet-based system to allow use of other characters […]

Green Taxi: Korean Case for IDNs and Generics

I would like to spell out a clear example of a case for both IDN domains and the international language of generic domains.
In Korea this week, I have taken notice to most URL’s listed on print ads (billboards and magazines primarily). IDN’s have yet to proliferate through Korea. I have not yet seen an ad with […]

My Name, My Language, My Internet: IDN Test Goes Live

MARINA DEL REY, Calif.: Internet users around the globe can now experiment with their name in their language on their Internet with today’s launch of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers live testing of Internationalized Domain Names in 11 languages. “This is one of the most exciting times yet in the development of […]