‘The Future of Google Fiber: Why the Search Giant Is Betting on Broadband’ – ‘Mashable’
The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “The Future of Google Fiber: Why the Search Giant Is Betting on Broadband”.
Seth Fiegerman says, “A little less than two years ago, Google laid out plans to roll out a new lightning-fast Internet network that would make buffering and load times a thing of the past. That dreamlike service had only been available in three cities to date: Kansas City, Austin and Provo, Utah.
On Wednesday, Google announced that it had “invited” 34 cities across nine metropolitan areas to work with it in order to determine whether and how to hook them up with Fiber, too. Those cities include Atlanta, San Jose, Charlotte and Portland, among others“.
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