Google Blimps To Bring Wi-Fi To Emerging Countries

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Google Blimps To Bring Wi-Fi To Emerging Countries

Google is reportedly seeking to build a network of high-altitude blimps to transmit wireless internet signals across sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia, with each blimp capable of offering Wi-Fi access over several hundred square miles of land. What do you think?

  • “Can we just have blimps without the gimmick?”

    Ricardo Pentangelo
    Ticket Taker
  • “I wonder if the current infrastructure can even support that many noobs.”

    Loretta Trim
    Snap Attacher
  • “Nice PR stunt. Maybe I’ll try their search engine sometime.”

    Rodney Cornell
    Cigarette Tester
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