Google has pulled the plug on its free offering in Kansas City. Existing customers of the service can continue to use the plan until May 19, after which they'll have to switch to a paid tier.
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Microsoft has announced that a number of new local governments in the US have signed up to use its Office 365 service, including the cities of Seattle and Kansas City.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt said that the company is "hopefully" going to expand its 1 Gbps Google Fiber Internet service to more cities after its launch in Kansas City, Kansas earlier this year.
Google Fiber's gigabit speeds to the home is now live in the Hanover Heights neighborhood of Kansas City, and the feedback has been extremely positive, making the rest of the world extremely jealous.
Google has announced that the first customer in Kansas City, Kansas for its 1 Gbps Google Fiber TV and Internet service in Kansas City will start receiving the service in a few weeks.
Google has announced that at least 180 of the 202 neighborhoods in Kansas City have qualified to receive the company's 1 Gbps Google Fiber Internet and television service.
Some poor neighborhoods of Kansas City, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri have been slow to register for the 1 Gbps Google Fiber Internet service so Google is lowering their registration goals.
Google will offer Kansas City residents WiFi hotspots to connect to in 400 locations in Kansas City as part of the company's recently announced Google Fiber service.
Google is announcing the launch of their Fiber network in Kansas City, which includes the new Google Fiber TV, and great prices for various packages.
After months of delays, Google has now stated that there will be a major announcement on July 26th in regards to its plans to bring 1 Gbps Internet service to Kansas City.
Google has pushed back the launch of its 1 Gbps Internet service in Kansas City, Kansas and Missouri. Previously promised for the end of June, it will now happen sometime later in the summer.
Google has announced that it has finally begun laying down the fiber network for its previously announced 1Gbps internet service in Kansas City, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri.
Google's much hyped plan to bring a 1 Gbps Internet service to the citizens of Kansas City has been delayed by months, reportedly due to a dispute over how the fiber wires are hung on utility poles.
Google is preparing to offer Kansas City access to Internet speeds up to 1 Gbps sometime in 2012. But the city's citizens are not sure yet what they want to do with that much speed.
Google's plan to offer a super fast Internet broadband service in Kansas City continues to make progress. This week the official Google Fiber blog site has announced that residents of the Midwest city "may notice...