Google’s balloon-powered internet service is 100x closer to becoming a reality

Friday, 17 February 2017  (1 week ago)
Nearly four years ago, Google embarked on a mission to bring internet coverage to remote areas with specially designed balloons. It’s made steady progress in Project Loon’s numerous trials, but today, it’s announced a breakthrough that will make it significantly easier to deploy the service. Until now, the balloons were set...

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