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Google’s Project Loon Gets Green Light to Deploy Over Puerto Rico

The FCC has granted Google permission to deploy its Project Loon LTE service over Puerto Rico, reconnecting the US territory with the internet and cellular service. The post Google’s Project Loon Gets Green Light to Deploy Over Puerto Rico appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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