A technology to cut delays in Net communications is now built into parts of the Internet. Next up: signing up partners such as Akamai and creating an official standard.
David Ulevitch, whose company claims over 30 million people using its domain name services, trekked to D.C. to oppose the Stop Online Piracy Act. He left disappointed.
Netgear and OpenDSN have teemed up to offer a product to make it easier for parents to block inappropriate content
The OpenDNS organization has released a tool for OS X that encrypts DNS connections, which enhances Internet security on OS X (for now).
D-Link announces the integration of OpenDNS technology into its select router to offer Cloud-based Web-filter feature.
How can someone, particularly a non-technical computer user, ensure that their computer is configured to use OpenDNS? It's easy.
OpenDNS is doing exceptionally well by using open-source principles, even if it doesn't use open source.
OpenDNS is a free DNS service.
You can be a bit safer on the Internet using OpenDNS rather than the DNS servers from your ISP.
OpenDNS makes it possible to create local network-wide keywords.