Google has invited 34 cities to get Google Fiber, its crazy fast gigabit Internet. Read on to see if your city is one of them.
Google's already working on even faster Internet speeds that'll make you cry over whatever speeds you have right now.
It looks like Austin will be the next city to receive Google's high-speed Internet service, called Fiber.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt has spoken about the company's fiber broadband business at The New York Times Dealbook Conference. He insists that it is, in fact, a business, not "just an experiment." He went on to note that the company is simply attempting to decide where to go next.
Google Fiber, the company's 1 gigabyte-per-second network that's "100 times faster than today's average broadband," just finished rolling out in Kansas City, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri. Or, rather, Fiber finished rolling out in just the pair of Kansas cities. This is what your net on Google looks — or could look — like.