Google Plans to Launch Pay-TV Service


Google is looking to launch a pay TV service that will be tested on its high-speed broadband network in Kansas City, Missouri. The service would directly compete with cable companies, offering on-demand and online access to television channels. Google is expected to launch the service in the coming months. Read the full article at

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