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Google wants to prove Project Loon is not just bunch of hot air

SmartBrief on ExecTech | Apr 21, 2015

Google's Project Loon is getting closer to launching the thousands of balloons necessary to provide Internet access to people in isolated areas by beaming 4G signals from thousands of feet in the air, company executive Mike Cassidy said in a video posted to Google's website Friday. Computerworld (04/17)


Environmentalists launch cyberattack against telescope project in Hawaii

SmartBrief on ExecTech | Apr 27, 2015

The evolving role of the CTO

SmartBrief on ExecTech | Apr 24, 2015

White House breach exposed some Obama e-mails to Russian hackers

SmartBrief on ExecTech | Apr 27, 2015

Discovery of runaway galaxies signals astronomical breakthrough

SmartBrief on ExecTech | Apr 24, 2015

Architects plan autonomous, self-sustaining city in the Sahara

SmartBrief on ExecTech | Apr 23, 2015

OEMs drive down size of the PC

SmartBrief on ExecTech | Apr 21, 2015

Report: Feds suffering from dearth of cybersecurity talent

SmartBrief on ExecTech | Apr 21, 2015

Cybersecurity bill clears congressional hurdle

SmartBrief on ExecTech | Apr 23, 2015

Leaders can't separate personal and professional lives

SmartBrief on ExecTech | Apr 22, 2015


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