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    Sony Adding 2 Million More .XXX Users as You Sleep
    by Anonymous on Friday August 26 2005, @01:41PM (#16104)
    Sony Adding 2 Million More .XXX Users as You Sleep

    SONY PSP WIFI Web Browser and 2.0 Software Ready for Download
    http://www.us.playstation.com/PSP.aspx?i d=softwareupdate

    You can connect to the Internet to view Web pages using the Internet browser.
    Note that you must be in an Internet-accessible location to connect to the Internet.

    Sending and receiving images

    You can transfer images with another PSP™ system using ad hoc mode.

    Setting an image as wallpaper

    You can set the currently displayed image as wallpaper.
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    Re:Sony Adding 2 Million More .XXX Users as You Sl
    by Anonymous on Friday August 26 2005, @03:16PM (#16105)
    Some of the TLDs Featured as Single Key-Strokes

    .CSIRO
    .GEEK
    .GEN
    .GO
    .GOVT
    .I NFO
    .IWI
    .NAME
    .NOM
    .PRESSE
    .PUBL
    .SCHOOL

    Single-Letter TLDs and names will of course now be in much higher demand.
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    Re:Sony Adding 2 Million More .XXX Users as You Sl
    by Anonymous on Saturday August 27 2005, @06:55AM (#16106)
    http://www.ps-portable.NET is the default start page

    It is interesting to see SONY's view of what a country is:

    <img src="c01/c1.gif" width="37" height="32"><a href="http://au.playstation.com" name="&lid=Global_Splash&lpos=Australia_PlayStatio n"><img src="c01/c2.gif" width="54" height="32" alt="Australia" border="0"></a><img src="c01/c3.gif" width="10" height="32"><a href="http://cn.playstation.com" name="&lid=Global_Splash&lpos=China_PlayStation"><; img src="c01/c4.gif" width="38" height="32" alt="China" border="0"></a><img src="c01/c5.gif" width="10" height="32"><a href="http://eu.playstation.com" name="&lid=Global_Splash&lpos=Europe_PlayStation">; <img src="c01/c6.gif" width="45" height="32" alt="Europe" border="0"></a><img src="c01/c7.gif" width="10" height="32"><a href="http://www.sony.com.hk/sceh/" name="&lid=Global_Splash&lpos=Hong_Kong_PlayStatio n"><img src="c01/c8.gif" width="65" height="32" alt="Hong Kong" border="0"></a><img src="c01/c9.gif" width="10" height="32"><a href="http://www.playstation.jp" name="&lid=Global_Splash&lpos=Japan_PlayStation"><; img src="c01/c10.gif" width="40" height="32" alt="Japan" border="0"></a><img src="c01/c19.gif" width="10" height="32"><a href="http://www.playstation.co.kr/"><img src="c01/c20.gif" width="39" height="32" alt="Korea" border="0"></a><img src="c01/c11.gif" width="10" height="32"><a href="http://www.nz.playstation.com" name="&lid=Global_Splash&lpos=New_Zealand_PlayStat ion"><img src="c01/c12.gif" width="77" height="32" alt="New Zealand" border="0"></a><img src="c01/c13.gif" width="10" height="32"><a href="http://www.us.playstation.com" name="&lid=Global_Splash&lpos=US_PlayStation"><img src="c01/c14.gif" width="85" height="32" alt="North America" border="0"></a><img src="c01/c17.gif" width="10" height="32"><a href="http://www.sceh.com.tw/" name="&lid=Global_Splash&lpos=Taiwan_PlayStation">; <img src="c01/c18.gif" width="46" height="32" alt="Taiwan" border="0"></a><br>
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    Re:Sony Adding 2 Million More .XXX Users as You Sl
    by Anonymous on Saturday August 27 2005, @06:59AM (#16107)
    Since many web-sites are not tailored to the SONY WIFI PSP, they will have to be reworked.

    Registrars can now add a new URL Redirect service which detects the browser type and redirects based on the user's device.

    IP address block red-lining of course gives different content depending on the economic wealth of the source region.

    ISOC member's address blocks are sent to the ICANN page.
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    Re:Sony Adding 2 Million More .XXX Users as You Sl
    by dtobias (dan@tobias.name) on Thursday September 01 2005, @08:04AM (#16147)
    User #2967 Info | http://domains.dan.info/
    Where do you get anything to the effect that these PSP (PlayStation Portable) browsers will use anything other than the standard (ICANN) TLD roots?
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