Here's why Huntsville Internet customers should soon see lower prices by Travis Leder, TechAlabama
As Google Fiber scales down its broadband business, San Francisco moves ahead on its own by Michael Hiltzik, Los Angeles Times
Google’s strategic shift shouldn’t have come as a surprise, says Christopher Mitchell, a broadband expert at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance. Signs abounded that the company, now called Alphabet, didn’t see broadband service as a core business and was becoming more interested in other ventures, including self-driving cars. Its insistence on building on its own terms should have been a warning for companies that thought it would be the answer to their digital dreams.
“When you’re begging for something from a big company like Google,” Mitchell says, “you take what you can get.”
Superior, Lafayette to probe potential of municipal broadband by Anthony Hahn, Longmont Times-Call [Republished in Boulder Daily Camera & Government Technology]
Fiber connectivity coming to Goshen departments by John Kline, Goshen News