Google’s plan to spread the Internet with massive balloons is coming to America

June 2, 2015

The mission of Google's Project Loon may be to bring Internet connectivity to the developing world. But someday, perhaps soon, even some of the richest countries on Earth could benefit from Google's big, floating balloons.

In an interview with MIT Review, Loon project lead Mike Cassidy says the project would help parts of America get connected:

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