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The search giant recently opened the Google Fiber Space store that I visited here to explain the promise of Fiber to the public and show it in action. The main virtue is speeds of up to 1 “gigabit per second” (1,000 megabits per second, or Mbps), a whopping 100 times zippier than the typical Internet. […]

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Google has undergone some serious schmoozing from a lot of cities to be the first to get Google’s fiber network. They received applications from over 1,100 cities. Kansas City, KS had something that the rest of the nation didn’t, and officially got the nod this morning. Google will be rolling out fiber internet which will […]

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