'Internet land rush' anticipated this week

Updated: Monday, February 3 2014, 11:42 PM EST
(NEWSCHANNEL 3) - It's being called the Internet land rush--and it will change the way you type a web address.

The Internet is starting to run out of space, so starting Tuesday, more than 1000 new domain names will come into existence.

Right now, there are only 22 domain names--things like .com, .org, .net, and so on.

It makes it difficult for businesses to create a website name that suits them.

So starting Tuesday, anyone will be able to purchase space--for a high price--and create their own domain name.
'Internet land rush' anticipated this week
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BACHORLETTE' FINALE

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- "The Bachelorette" is sporting quite a rock on her ring finger. The ABC reality show ended its season last night with Kaitlyn Bristowe getting a proposal from Shawn Booth. He got down on one knee to pop the question and Kaitlyn said a teary-eyed "yes." Earlier, the other finalist, Nick Viall, was about to propose when Kaitlyn put her hand on the ring box and shot him down. In the limo ride away, Nick was cussing and threw the ring across the car. He and Kaitlyn had gotten intimate earlier in the season. Kaitlyn and Shawn say they're very much in love. They're also happy they can take their relationship public. But during the live reunion show, they didn't say anything about marriage plans.

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004-a-14-(Shawn B., during "The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose" live reunion)-"any of that"-Shawn B. says now that their engagement is public he can stick up for Kaitlyn. COURTESY: ABC ((mandatory on-air credit)) (28 Jul 2015)

<<CUT ..004 (07/28/15)>> 00:14 "any of that"

001-a-18-(Nick Viall and Kaitlyn Bristowe, during "The Bachelorette" finale)-"than a moment"-Kaitlyn shoots down Nick. ((note length of cut)) COURTESY: ABC ((mandatory on-air credit)) (28 Jul 2015)

<<CUT ..001 (07/28/15)>> 00:18 "than a moment"

002-a-26-(Shawn Booth and Kaitlyn Bristowe, during "The Bachelorette" finale)-"marry me, yes (music fades)"-Shawn B. gets down on one knee and pops the question. ((note length of cut)) COURTESY: ABC ((mandatory on-air credit)) (28 Jul 2015)

<<CUT ..002 (07/28/15)>> 00:26 "marry me, yes (music fades)"

003-a-08-(Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shaw Booth, during "The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose" live reunion)-"that love us"-Kaitlyn and Shawn B. say they're glad they can now take their relationship public. COURTESY: ABC ((mandatory on-air credit)) (28 Jul 2015)

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BOBBI KRISTINA BROWN AUTOPSY

UNDATED (AP) -- We still don't know what killed Bobbi Kristina Brown. Medical examiners say their autopsy yesterday turned up no obvious cause of death. The Fulton County, Georgia, Medical Examiner's Office said in a statement that it will likely be several weeks before it can rule on a manner and cause of death for the 22-year-old. The next step is ordering lab tests and issuing subpoenas for documents -- most likely Brown's hospital records. The daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown died Sunday at a hospice center in the Atlanta area. She was found face-down and unresponsive in a bathtub about six months ago.

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005-v-31-(Tim Maguire, AP correspondent)--The medical examiners performing the autopsy on Bobbi Kristina Brown say they have not found an obvious cause of her death. AP correspondent Tim Maguire reports. (28 Jul 2015)

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006-c-18-(Tim Maguire, AP correspondent)-"or other toxins"-AP correspondent Tim Maguire reports that experts are concerned that whatever happened to Bobbi Kristina Brown may never be known. (28 Jul 2015)

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007-c-20-(Tim Maguire, AP correspondent)-"suburban Atlanta home"-AP correspondent Tim Maguire reports that R-and-B singer Bobby Brown says he is "completely numb" following the death of his daughter. (28 Jul 2015)

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"VACATION" - CHRISTINA APPLEGATE

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Christina Applegate says the new version of the movie "Vacation" is not a remake. She's says it's also not a reboot nor is it a sequel, but "an homage to one of our favorite franchises ever." She says the original "Vacation" movies were funny and raunchy and had heart, and they speak to everyone who's ever gone on vacation. In the new version, Ed Helms plays Rusty Griswold, who is grown up and going on vacation with his kids and his wife, played by Applegate. "Vacation" opens Friday.

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009-a-14-(Christina Applegate, actress, in AP interview)-"favorite franchises ever"-Christina Applegate says viewers should consider the new "Vacation" movie as its own thing. (28 Jul 2015)

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011-a-11-(Ed Helms, actor, in AP interview)-"hero of mine"-Ed Helms says he cannot overstate what Chevy Chase means to him as a comedian. (28 Jul 2015)

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010-a-17-(Ed Helms, actor, in AP interview)-"I devoured them"-Ed Helms says the "Vacation" movies have a place in his heart. ((note length of cut)) (28 Jul 2015)

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008-a-11-(Christina Applegate, actress, in AP interview)-"they have heart"-Christina Applegate says the original "Vacation" movies had great appeal. (28 Jul 2015)

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FINAL WEEKEND BOX OFFICE

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- It's a big total for a tiny superhero. Final weekend box office figures show "Ant-Man" has broken the $100 million mark after just two weeks. Paul Rudd's turn as Marvel's minuscule hero stays number-one for a second-straight weekend, with $24.9 million in ticket sales. Adam Sandler's "Pixel's" debuts in a close second with 24 mil. "Minions" clocks-in at number-three, followed by "Trainwreck" and "Southpaw."

BILL COSBY APPEALS RULING THAT UNSEALED DEPOSITION EXCERPTS

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Bill Cosby's lawyers are still trying to keep the comic's testimony in a 2005 lawsuit private. The attorneys filed an appeal yesterday, in a decision to unseal Cosby's testimony that he got quaaludes to give women before sexual encounters. The newly public court filings contain excerpts of Cosby's deposition in that case and were unsealed on a bid by The Associated Press. The full deposition has since been released by a court reporting service and contains Cosby's only testimony under oath about accusations he sexually assaulted a string of women. Cosby says the sexual encounters were consensual.

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