Starbucks has announced a new partnership with Google that will see the over 7,000 coffee stores served by faster Google WiFi connections, in a move that could be a prelude to expanding Google Fiber.
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Glenn Fleishman writes "T-Mobile sent me the text of a lawsuit they filed yesterday against Starbucks. The telecom firm alleges that Starbucks didn't involve it in any discussions to launch their free loyalty program Wi-Fi...