Google’s got your email, calendar, contacts, pictures, phone calls, text messages… heck, why not hand over your DNS lookups too. Yesterday, Google announced their newest service; say hello to Google Public DNS. Google explains that, “the average Internet user ends up performing hundreds of DNS lookups each day, and some complex pages require multiple DNS lookups before they start loading” and boasts that their DNS service will, “make users’ web-surfing experiences faster, safer and more reliable.” Sounds good, although we do wonder what Google plans on logging in the background. With this latest move Google has positioned itself to compete with other DNS providers, like BGR favorite OpenDNS, although, unlike OpenDNS a revenue model does not appear to exist for GPDNS. Google says that the end-goal is to share what they have found with other DNS providers to make the internet a faster place for all those who abuse misuse browse it. Well, what do you think? In Google we trust?