Intel’s difficulties with 10nm fabrication process seems to be ending at last as they have recently announced that by the end of June this year they will be ramping up the production of previously launched 10nm mobile/low-powered processors commonly known as Ice Lake series of CPU’s.
The OnePlus series of smartphones from OPPO are always targeted towards the high end segment of Android based smartphones. Being a high end smartphone usually means that it will come with a high end SoC. SoC is like a motherboard of your smartphone and it normally contains the most important part called as CPU or in general terms a processor.
I usually visit my domain registrars website Godaddy.com for the maintenance of my many domain names. As i visited the website today, a notification pops up on the top of Godaddy.com indicating an announcement for those who are from United Kingdom and own a .EU domain name.
As you know that .EU domain can only be registered by those individuals or entities which have physical presence in European Union. Before BREXIT United Kingdom was the part of EU and thus it’s residents can legally register . EU domain name. But as you all know after BREXIT UK will cease to be the part of EU and hence it’s residents will not be eligible for owning a .EU domain name.
As per the announcement from the EU domain registry the current domain names owned by individual or entities from UK will continue to work and will remain registered till the next expiry date and will be deleted after the expiry date is crossed until and unless they update the address of domain registrant to the one which is the part of Europe.
It seems to be a very dangerous prospect for those who own some premium .EU domain names as investment and are individuals who can’t afford to establish an entity in EU region. Their only choice will be to see their domain getting lost unless they are able to find some loophole in the ruling.
The .IN registry had recently decided to shift registry infrastructure from Afilias to Neustar. It will be transferred between 28th Feb to 1st March 2019. But there might be some extension to the above period. This transition is what’s causing all the Who Is lookup problems with .in domains.