You’re probably thinking that at $70 a month, and with an offer of Gigabit speeds, Google Fiber is another one of Google’s incredible experiments to see what would be possible if we were all connected to the internet at Gigabit speeds. However, Google, in typical Google fashion, has decide that Fiber isn’t just another science experiment, instead it’s actually “a great business to be in.”
Google has announced that it will bring Fiber to Shawnee, a city located just outside of Kansas City. Read on to find out more!
A Japanese ISP has announced the availability of an internet service in the Tokyo area that puts Google Fiber to shame. The Nuro network has twice the download speeds of Fiber, and costs less.
Last week Google confirmed its Google Fiber service was on its way to Austin. Now Google has announced a third city for its Fiber expansion, Provo, Utah.
Google executive chairman made a bold prediction on Google+ yesterday, saying that everyone on Earth will be connected by the end of the decade.
Earlier today, Google officially unveiled its plans to expand its Google Fiber services to Austin, Texas. Not wanting to let Google show them up, AT&T has now announced that it will also be bringing one gigabit Fiber to the city– eventually.
As previously rumored, Google Fiber is heading to Austin, Texas. According to Google, a rollout is expected by mid-2014.
Google and the Austin, Texas city government are set to hold a press conference next week of what is reportedly a Google Fiber announcement.
After receiving approval of its plans from the city council, Olathe, Kansas became the third city that is set to receive Google Fiber services soon.
Google has launches its Fiber app on the Google Play Store! It also works with a multitude of devices running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or higher! Will you be getting it?