Google offering free Domain Name System service

Google announced Thursday a new service called Google Public DNS (Domain Name System), that allows users to utilize the Google DNS servers to access the Internet. See full story.

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Probe into ClimateGate Scandal to begin

The British university caught in the center of what climate skeptics are calling ClimateGate, said on Thursday it's called an outside reviewer to lead the investigation. See full story.

Yahoo sees exponential growth in mobile ads

Yahoo Inc expects exponential growth in mobile advertising even as the overall market is only starting to emerge from its deep downturn, a top executive of the Internet media company said on Thursday. See full story.

Nokia says halving smartphone portfolio

Nokia aims to tackle increasing competition in the smartphone market by halving its portfolio next year, its smartphone unit executives said. See full story.