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Default Google Fiber considers gigabit WiFi to cheaply cover last mile

Google Fiber has been the Holy Grail of local internet aficionados for its blisteringly fast speed and independence from established internet providers. But setting up all its infrastructure is a huge, expensive undertaking. So Google's parent compan...

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