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Rejecting status quo, Google plans digital networks

Boston seeks to be a test site for the 20-times-faster service

Google says it will decide later this year where it will build digital networks to showcase ultra high speed service. Google says it will decide later this year where it will build digital networks to showcase ultra high speed service. (Mark Lennihan/Associated Press)
By Hiawatha Bray
Globe Staff / February 11, 2010

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Google Inc. wants to show you how good the Net can be. Yesterday, the search engine titan said it will create powerful new digital networks in several communities to push cable companies like Verizon Communications and Comcast Corp. to improve their products. (Full article: 614 words)

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