The frustrated residents of Mountain View are fed up with the poor performance of the free Wi-Fi network that Google set up a few years ago that they're spending taxpayer dollars to build their own. New routers will soon go up at City Hall and the library, where service has been particularly bad.
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Yesterday, TechCrunch's Michael Arrington was driving around Google's campus, talking on his phone trying to figure out where exactly his meeting was. One righteous Googler didn't approve of Arrington's potentially unsafe talking-while-driving, so he took a stand. Literally.
Sergey and Larry's involvement with NASA seems to be getting ever deeper. Alongside the parking rights for the Google company jet at Moffat airfield, and using NASA data for Google, the Mountain View-based company is to build a brand new empire on 42.2 acres of land owned by the space agency at the Ames Research…
Looks like all the Wifi troubles Google's been having have been taken care of—or at least classified as a low priority bug—as the search engine company launches free WiFi for its home town of Mountain View.