D-Link has integrated OpenDNS technology into select D-Link routers, enabling households to block inappropriate Web content such as adult and phishing websites – at the router. With OpenDNS technology, D-Link routers offer consumers Web content filtering and security services, ensuring that all connected devices in the household, from laptops to gaming consoles, are guarded from unsuitable online content via the built-in and customizable OpenDNS parental control solution.

In addition, routers with OpenDNS technology provide faster and more reliable access to the Internet, making Web pages load faster and ridding households of annoying intermittent Internet outages. OpenDNS parental controls divide websites into more than 50 categories, allowing parents to choose their desired filtering level from “high” to “minimal.” OpenDNS parental controls are constantly updated to keep up with the growing amount of new websites.

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History Channel will commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11 with four two-hour documentaries. “Revealed: The Hunt for Bin Laden” premieres May 2 on the 10th anniversary of the raid that found Osama bin

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