Eight Years Later, Google Fiber Is A Faint Echo Of The Disruption We Were Promised
Google’s 'pause' is driven largely by executive frustrations with fiber deployment costs and a fascination with the potential of next-generation wireless.
What Went Wrong With Google Fiber?
Google Fiber won’t save you, people, so maybe it’s time to take matters into your own hands.
Google Fiber Is Losing the Gigabit Race—All According to Plan
AT&T and other traditional ISPs are racing to compete with Google around the country, which is exactly what we need.
If Sandpoint, Idaho Can Support a Gigabit Fiber ISP, So Can Your Town
“If I can profit there, I'll profit anywhere.”
America Is Wasting So Much Time and Money Defending the Broadband Status Quo
In Louisville, AT&T lawyers are once again wielding a lawsuit to impede progress.
Google Is Lighting Up Dormant 'Dark Fiber' All Over the Country
Google Fiber in San Francisco has been 15 years in the making.
Huntsville’s Model for Google Fiber Is the Future of Broadband
The city "put a nail in the coffin of telephone and cable monopolies."
Google’s Free Gigabit Internet for Public Housing Is No Replacement for Reform
Should we be happy that things could be worse?
Alphabet’s ‘Moonshots’ Lost $3.6 Billion in 2015, and That’s Perfectly Fine
As long as Alphabet’s core advertising products keep making money, its moonshots are under no pressure to become viable businesses.
Gigabit Internet Prices in This Small Town May One Day Beat Google Fiber
Municipal internet is alive and kicking.
Google Fiber Is Too Popular for Its Own Good
Faced with a six-month wait for a new Fiber installation, prospective customers in Kansas City are going to competitors.
A Gigabit Fiber Startup Will Compete With Comcast in Detroit
"We need to build the things we know make a great city if we actually want to have a great city."