OpenDNS has become extremely popular over the last three years after its launch in 2006. It serves 20 million DNS requests. This has upset ISPs because OpenDNS feeds off their business and takes away part of their possible profit.

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Often times, your fastest DNS service is the one provided to you by default from your internet service provider, but sometimes it isn’t. How can you find out which is the fastest?

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OpenDNS is now serving 20 billion DNS Queries per day, this is double of what they were serving back in April 2009.

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David Ulevitch, the founder of OpenDNS wrote about Google Public DNS. We take a look at the OpenDNS founders post and Google DNS and give you our views about them.

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Google claims that their new public DNS service is faster, more secure and fairly private. I’ll fill you in on DNS and show you how to use this new service.

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Google Public DNS is a public DNS server for faster lookup of IP address when users type in a domain name. Google Public DNS is a direct competition to the much used OpenDNS system

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