The full list of submissions for new internet address endings has been published.
Several top-level domains have been applied for by more than one party these include words such as .sex, .home and .diy. Google has applied for a number of top level domains (TLDs) including .android, .chrome and .fun, although the latter has also been applied for by two other companies. They also included some rather odd inclusions in their selection such as.and, .boo, .dad and .new. The battle over top domains continues as Google also requested .music, which has been claimed by seven other organisations including the online retailer Amazon. In addition, the TLD .cloud has been applied for by seven different companies, including both Amazon and Google. Out of the 1,930 submissions ICANN received, 750 were for the same 230 domains. 166 of them were in alternatives to the Latin alphabet. All applicants had to pay £118,800 fee to take part in the application process. They also face a minimum £16,094 annual renewal charge to keep their suffix once it has been granted.