WiFi is an popular technology that is used to provide high-speed wireless Internet access in homes, business and public spaces like airports and coffee shops.
Online search leader Google is preparing to launch a wireless Internet service, Google WiFi, according to several pages found on the company’s website.
The FAQ at Google Secure Access says:
Google Secure Access is free. Which means that it could compete with AOL, MSN, and Yahoo.
The FAQ also says that the Google Secure Access service is in “beta,” meaning that the company does not consider it a fully finished product
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