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Beaming Internet to the Boondocks, Via Balloon MP3

Rather than relying on cell towers, phone lines, or fiber optics, Google plans to beam 3G-speed Internet to the world's most inaccessible corners using helium balloons. The experiment is called "Project Loon." Leader Mike Cassidy talks about the project's first step: providing balloon Internet to New Zealand and the 40th parallel south.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us Source: npr.org

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