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Google’s Project Loon Gets ‘Autolauncher’, Mesh Networking Source: PCMag.com By David Murphy Google’s Internet-delivering stratospheric balloons now need far fewer ground stations for their connections.
Source: San Jose Mercury News – mercurynews.com By Matt O’Brien Built for an age when 800-foot-long flying aircraft carriers were the cutting edge of aviation, the colossal hangars of the Moffett Federal Airfield are about to become roosts for Silicon … Continue reading
Source: MIT Technology Review – technologyreview.com By Tom Simonite Billions of people could get online for the first time thanks to helium balloons that Google will soon send over many places cell towers don’t reach.
Read two articles regarding the progress that Google is making on Project Loon, a system of stratospheric helium balloons to provide Wi-Fi connectivity to remote areas. Source: The Independent – independent.co.uk Up, Up and Away on Google’s Wi-Fi Balloon
Source: USA Today – usatoday.com By Elizabeth Weise Google has signed a 60-year lease on a former Navy dirigible hangar smack in the middle of Silicon Valley, NASA said.