THE internet is full — and will run out of addresses this September, experts are warning. The global authority responsible for new addresses will hand out the last remaining batches this month. Today in Miami the Internet Address and Naming Agency is expected to say that, at the current rate of use, old-style addresses will be used up by September. The 1996-era address system, known as IPv4, can hold about 4.3billion addresses assigned to computers and websites. But it has virtually run out as smart-phones, laptops, tablets and Macbooks go online. However, progress adopting the new IPv6 system, which can … Continue reading IPv6 Internet Addresses – Coming Sooner?