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Alphabet Scraps Plan To Blanket Globe With Internet Balloons

FinanzNachrichten.de Friday, 17 February 2017
MOUNTAIN VIEW (dpa-AFX) - Executives at Google's Project Loon, an ambitious effort to circulate broadband-emitting balloons across the globe, said they have found ways to run the program with fewe...
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Feb.16 -- In 2013, Google ran its first tests for Project Loon, an ambitious effort to circulate broadband-emitting balloons across the globe. On Thursday, the company said that’s not necessary anymore. Executives at the project said they have found ways to run the program with fewer balloons....

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