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Google Fiber head Milo Medin says the company is not just conducting an expensive research project in Kansas City and other places getting the technology. He expects the gigabit fiber networks to make money.
Google's superfast Internet service launched a year ago in Kansas City. CNET's Marguerite Reardon takes a look at the impact it has on the local startup scene.
Want to add shortcuts and previews for many Google services to your Chrome toolbar without it becoming too crowded? Check out this Chrome extension that keeps everything in a neat menu.
The tech giant is wiring the Texas capital city with its Gigabit service.
The Web giant brings its team inside the nuclear no-go territory to photograph a desolate ghost town.
The Web giant hopes to prove that unused TV broadcast spectrum can be utilized without interfering with licensed spectrum.
People around the world can now share their goals for 2013 in an interactive map, whether it's to make more money, spend time with their families, or travel to new places.
According to the search company, at least 180 out of 202 "fiberhoods" have already qualified for its service, and it's still processing requests.
As some broadband providers grumble about the cost of network upgrades and threaten data caps on subscribers, Google shows them, through its Kansas City Google Fiber project, how to offer subscribers 1Gbps broadband service at an affordable price.
Google-backed initiative the Endangered Languages Project aims to help preserve the many languages slated to become extinct within the next 100 years.