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Alphabet X's Project Loon Has Provided Internet To 100,000 People In Puerto Rico 

Project Loon has provided mobile data to more than 100,000 people in Puerto Rico, according to Google parent company Alphabet, which operates the enterprise. More »      

Google parent's Project Loon delivers Internet to 100,000 in Puerto Rico

Loon dispatched balloons last month to beam Internet service to remote areas of Puerto Rico where cellphone towers were knocked out by Hurricane Maria.        

Now T-Mobile is working with Project Loon in Puerto Rico

Last week AT&T announced it was the first carrier working with Alphabet's balloon-distributed wireless setup in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, and now T-Mobile customers have access too. Project Loon started off in the X Labs atShow More Summary

Puerto Rico is recovering cell service... with balloons

A few weeks ago, the FCC granted Project Loon a temporary license to operate in Puerto Rico. This gave them a chance to provide rudimentary cell service to the most ravaged areas of the island, though they still had to find a service provider to partner with. Show More Summary

Google's parent sends Internet balloons to reconnect Puerto Rico cell phones

Google's parent company Alphabet has dispatched its stratospheric Project Loon balloons to deliver Internet service to remote areas of Puerto Rico where cellphone towers were knocked out by Hurricane Maria.

News: Apple collaborating with Google and AT&T to deliver internet to Puerto Rico

last monthTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple is partnering with Google parent company Alphabet and AT&T to deliver internet to those in Puerto Rico affected by the fallout from Hurricane Maria, according to a blog post by Alistair Westgarth, head of Project Loon. The Project Loon balloons deliver communications equipment to remote parts of the world, and multiple U.S. Show More Summary

Project Loon's internet balloons fire up over Puerto Rico

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

When Hurricanes Maria and Irma tore through Puerto Rico last month, Alphabet's X lab was quick to answer the call, gaining approval to launch its Project Loon balloons over the storm-ravaged island to provide residents with emergency internet service. Show More Summary

Experimental Balloons Restore Internet in Puerto Rico

Google's parent Alphabet Inc. says its stratospheric balloons are now delivering the Internet to remote areas of Puerto Rico where cellphone towers were knocked out by Hurricane Maria. Two of the search giant's "Project Loon" balloons are already over the country enabling texts, emails, and basic web access to AT&T...

Apple enabling emergency AT&T LTE in Puerto Rico using Google’s Project Loon balloons

Apple is working with AT&T and Google parent-company Alphabet to enable emergency LTE in Puerto Rico after the island was devastated by Hurricane Maria last month. TechCrunch reports that Apple is issuing a carrier update this week using the service enable LTE Band 8 support. Show More Summary

Project Loon balloons bring LTE service to Puerto Rico with help from Apple

Google parent company Alphabet on Friday said it is collaborating with AT&T, Apple and various government agencies to deliver limited wireless internet access to Puerto Rico via the company's Project Loon balloons.

Google's parent sends Internet balloons to reconnect Puerto Rico cell phones

Two Project Loon balloons are hovering over Puerto Rico, giving some AT&T customers the ability to send texts and emails and get basic access to Web.        

Project Loon's LTE balloons are floating over Puerto Rico

About a month after Hurricane Maria's devastating landfall on Puerto Rico and a couple of weeks after the FCC gave clearance, Project Loon is bringing wireless internet to people on remote parts of the island. Part of (Google parentShow More Summary

Google officially flips on Project Loon in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is in trouble. Approximately 3 million of its residents are still without electricity after the island was devastated by Hurricane Maria, and 30% lack access to drinkable water. Exacerbating the process of recovery is the...Show More Summary

Project Loon brings limited internet access to Puerto Rico - CNET

Google’s parent company, Alphabet, teams up with AT&T to fly internet balloons over the storm-ravaged island.

Project Loon may become Alphabet’s next spinoff company

A balloon-delivered wireless service project that began as a part of Google in 2013 might soon be spun off into its own company.

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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