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The next time you 'Google' it may be via drone

Apr 15, 2014
Titan says its drones can stay aloft for years, without refueling
Posted In: Google, drones, internet access
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Inside Google Ideas, Google's New York 'think/do tank'

Oct 24, 2013
Google's East Coast think tank unveiled some new tools all designed to make internet access easier where it's now hard to get.
Posted In: Google, innovation, internet access
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Fifteen percent of American adults are offline

Aug 30, 2013
Data released this week by the Pew Center shows that 98 percent of Americans now live in an area with access to broadband internet. Despite that, 15 percent still don't use the internet at all.
Posted In: internet access, employment
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How do you shut off the Internet for an entire country? Three factors that matter

May 8, 2013
Three factors contribute to the ease of turning the web off.
Posted In: internet access, Syria Internet
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How to bring high-speed Internet to America

Mar 7, 2013
ERF Wireless uses radio waves hopscotched over short to medium distances to bring high-speed wireless Internet to places that wires or fiber optic cables can’t reach.
Posted In: internet access, Internet, wireless, radio
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Instagram's privacy backlash, and the dirty secret of data caps

Dec 19, 2012
A negative response to Instagram’s privacy setting changes, and a paper that calls the reasoning behind service provider data caps into question.
Posted In: data plans, internet access, instagram, privacy
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In Kansas City, competition for faster Internet service

Sep 6, 2012
Google picked Kansas City to be the test market for its super fast Internet service. Now neighborhoods are competing with one another to see who will get the service first.
Posted In: Google, internet access, cable, kansas city
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Britain not wired enough to handle the Olympics’ demand for Internet access

Feb 8, 2012
Things less than brilliant over there.
Posted In: Olympics, London, internet access

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