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Google Fiber

Comcast Vs Google Fiber Atlanta

Comcast’s pitiful campaign to stop you from switching to Google Fiber

February 11th, 2016

Google Fiber isn’t available in a lot of markets yet but that apparently hasn’t stopped Comcast from preemptively freaking out about it. Reddit user TheBen91, who lives in future Google Fiber city Atlanta, this week posted a flier he received from Comcast that told him to not “fall for the hype” about Google Fiber and to stick with …

Google Fiber Free Internet Service

Google gives cities yet another reason to beg for Google Fiber

February 3rd, 2016

City governments from around the country already have lots of reasons to want Google Fiber for their residents but Google has given them another one anyway. Google on Wednesday announced that it’s going to start offering its 1Gbps Internet service to residents in public housing completely free of charge.

2016 Tech Predictions Google Fiber

Why 2016 looks like a breakthrough year for Google Fiber

December 30th, 2015

When it first launched in Kansas City a few years back, Google Fiber wasn’t seen as a real threat to cable ISPs such as Comcast or Time Warner Cable, even though many markets around the country have been clamoring for more broadband competition. However, Google has slowly and steadily been making progress on expanding to more …

Google Fiber Chicago Los Angeles Expansion

Google is exploring bringing Google Fiber to Los Angeles and Chicago

December 8th, 2015

Google Fiber has made inroads in several cities in the United States but now it’s exploring expanding into two of the country’s biggest: Los Angeles and Chicago. In separate announcements on Tuesday, Google revealed that it’s looking hard into whether it will bring its high-speed fiber network to both cities, although it hasn’t confirmed yet …

Google Fiber Speed

Here’s how fast Google Fiber really is

November 20th, 2015

The United States may be a bedrock of technological innovation, but when it comes to something as basic as Internet browsing speed, there’s a whole lot of room for improvement. In fact, if you look at a ranking of average Internet connection speed across different countries, the United States doesn’t even manage crack the top 10. …

Comcast Vs. Google Fiber Facebook Post

Comcast’s attempt to bash Google Fiber backfires hilariously

November 2nd, 2015

Oh, Comcast. When will you learn that your customers just don’t like you, no matter how much rival ISPs screw up? Comcast recently tried to bash Google Fiber on Facebook after Google Fiber’s services went down in Kansas City during the first game of the World Series featuring the hometown Kansas City Royals. Although it …

Google Fiber Expansion Tampa Bay Jacksonville Oklahoma City

Google Fiber announces another major expansion

October 29th, 2015

The Google Fiber train is rolling in to three new cities. Google announced this week that Oklahoma City, Jacksonville and Tampa will be the next three cities that Google has invited “to explore bringing Google Fiber to their communities.” For all intents and purposes, this means these three cities are likely getting Google Fiber, presuming they …

Google Fiber Vs. Comcast Customer Service

Now you have yet another reason to envy Google Fiber subscribers

September 17th, 2015

Many of us who rely on cable companies to deliver our Internet have been looking on in envy at cities where Google Fiber has set up shop, if for no other reason than it offers an extremely fast Internet service at an affordable price. However, TechCrunch brings us word that there’s a brand-new reason for cable …