Google thinks balloons may solve problem of Internet access in Third World

Jul 27, 2013 Full story: The Campbell Reporter

Only half-filled with helium, and already more than 12 feet wide, the giant plastic envelope shimmered and shook in the breeze like some airborne jellyfish rising through a gentle current.

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#1 Jul 28, 2013
I don't believe those balloons can solve developing countries' ineternet problem: expensive, yet unreliable and sometimes heavily censored. Anyway, thanks, google.

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