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So once the GoogleNet is built, how would consumers connect for free access? One of the cheapest ways would be for Google to blanket major cities with Wi-Fi, and evidence gathered by Business 2.0 suggests that the company may be trying to do just that.
In April it launched a Google-sponsored Wi-Fi hotspot in San Francisco’s Union Square shopping district, built by a local startup called Feeva. Feeva is reportedly readying more free hotspots in California, Florida, New York, and Washington, and it's possible that Google may be involved. Feeva CEO Nitin Shah confirms that the company is working with Google but won't discuss details.
Google has to go horizontal with it's reach ... and localization is the answer...brilliant strategy..if they pull it off...then they will be the dominant online model for sometime...
Wimax ...yes! (mobile/IPv6)
[edited by: tedster at 4:27 am (utc) on Feb. 18, 2009]
Won't need the publishers any more either! The whole world will be in a Google frame, it will be free though, just like TV!
Shades of things to come.