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What Is Google Fiber? Where Is It Available and How to Get It

When Google first launched their unfathomably fast internet service, Google Fiber, back in 2010, the entire world immediately started to pay attention. It took only one year for the tech giant to bring the service to the Kansas City metropolitan area, instantly turning it into a thriving start-up and entrepreneurial hub. In fact, the promise

Google Fiber Could Soon Expand To Oklahoma City, Jacksonville, and Tampa

Google Fiber, Google’s fast alternative to traditional ISPs, might be expanding again soon to new cities. According to Google, they might one day expand Fiber to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Jacksonville, California; and Tampa, Florida. Naturally, building fiber internet connection cables and other tech takes a long time, so Google put out a statement saying what their

Google Fiber Confirmed For 4 New Cities

Already available in three different cities in the US, Google Fiber is now coming to four new ones, mostly in the Southeastern portion. For those unfamiliar, Google Fiber is Internet service from Google that can reach up to 1000 Mbps for download speeds. Compared to most ISPs (internet service providers), this is much faster. This

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Upgraded Google Fiber TV box makes its way to the FCC

A new FCC filing reveals an upgraded variant of the Google Fiber TV box. As the name indicates, this will be limited to regions where Google Fiber is currently supported. We expect Google to share more details on this home entertainment device during next week’s I/O event. The FCC filing reveals the device to be packing WiFi 802.11 a/c/n,

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Google pours cold water over reports of Fiber expanding to New York

A report yesterday said that Google could bring its Fiber service to New York City. But a spokesperson for the company has now denied these reports stating that Google Fiber will be focused solely towards existing markets and the 34 new regions that will soon get the service. A job listing for a managerial post in New York

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Google Fiber could soon make its way to New York City

Google Fiber first began rolling out in Kansas City, with parts of the Texas getting it shortly after that followed by a handful of other regions in the country. A new job listing over at Google is now hinting that the service could soon expand to New York City as well. The listing mentions that

Google fiber expands to Shawnee, Kansas

  This Thursday, Google announced that they would be expanding their high speed internet network, Google Fiber to Shawnee, Kansas. Google has been making sure that they expand their trial fiber optic cable internet to various parts of the country and now places like Kansas City, North Kansas City, Provo, Utah; Austin, Texas and Shawnee

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Google Fiber coming to Provo, Utah before 2014

  Following the news Google Fiber will be coming to Austin, Texas in mid-2014, Google has bagged their third state, and this one may be even quicker to add the fiber architecture. Provo, Utah announced today the deal between Google and the city, however Provo City Council will still have to decide if they want

Will Austin Get The New Google Fiber?

It looks like Google Fiber, a service that offers 1Gbps broadband Internet service, is headed towards Austin in Texas, a report from CNET said. Google and the government of Austin invited the press and business leaders for a joint event on April 9 at 11 a.m. Both the company and the Austin administration didn’t say

Google Fiber for the Entirety of the U.S Could Only Be a Pipe Dream

Google Fiber has seen enormous popularity in the limited locations which have received the service. If you don’t know what Google Fiber is, it’s a project started up by Google to establish a broadband network using strictly fiber-optic communication. This was an experimental project started by Google with no information about a widespread availability. And