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Find out who's getting Google's free Wi-Fi balloons first

Find out who's getting Google's free Wi-Fi balloons first
Google / Project Loon

Google is not just a giant search engine, or a huge company that collects data. It also has enormous plans to make the Internet available on a global scale.

That's why in June of last year, Google announced Project Loon. This far-fetched plan uses hi-tech weather balloons to float a series of Internet relays above an area's commercial airspace, like the Amazon rainforest.

You can learn more about Project Loon with this incredible video!

Google tested Project Loon in a few different places this year, including the state of Washington, which produced this mishap. However, Google just wrapped up testing in New Zealand, and so far the results have been good enough to move on to bigger and better places.

Next page: Click here to see where Google is testing its global Internet next.
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