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Cox Gigabit Internet Rolls Out Later This Year

05/26/2014, It will take some time for gigabit internet to reach every home in the country, however cable operators are putting in a lot of resources to bring it to the masses. Even Google has joined in on the action, offering gigabit-speed broadband to a handful of...

CenturyLink To Provide Gigabit Internet In Omaha

05/01/2013, There’s no doubt that gigabit internet is definitely the future, and the FCC Chairman certainly likes it, as he wants to see gigabit internet in all 50 U.S. states by 2015. Google has been working extensively in this arena, it is currently in the...

Google Fiber iPad App Now Available For Download

04/23/2013, Google Fiber is only available in a handful of cities right now. Recently Provo, Utah and Austin, Texas were added to Fiber’s list however the service roll out there will take some time. Right now only Kansas City and its “fiberhoods”...

Google Fiber Confirmed For Provo, Roll Out In Late 2013

04/17/2013, Earlier today we had reported that there were rumors going around pegging Provo, Utah as the next location for Google Fiber. Now the mayor of Provo has officially made an announcement that Google’s gigabit internet service is indeed coming to his...

Sony Backed ISP In Japan Offers Double The Speed Of Google Fiber

04/15/2013, If you thought Google Fiber with its 1Gbps speeds was fast, think again. A Japanese ISP, which is backed by Sony, is now offering plans with 2Gbps download and 1Gbps upload speeds in Tokyo and six districts surrounding it. So-net Entertainment is now...

Google Fiber Expanding To Austin, Anouncement Next Week

04/07/2013, Press invites have already been sent out jointly by the City of Austin and Google, as both of them have a very important announcement to make. Reports from several media outlets point to a possible expansion of Google Fiber to Austin. Though it has not...

Google Fiber Expanded To A New City For The First Time

03/20/2013, Google announced late last year it would be broadening the horizons of its Google Fiber network. Unfortunately, it probably wouldn’t be in your neck of the woods, that is, unless you currently live in Kansas City or the additional five neighborhoods...