Google Loon has better algorithms so a few Internet Balloons can constantly cover one area

Posted in Online on 11th Apr, 2017
by Alex Muller

The balloons dance on the winds in small loops to remain where needed.

Sri Lanka is the first country to sign up for Google Loon

Posted in Business on 1st Aug, 2015
by Alex Muller

Each balloon could cover about 5,000 square km with 3G access and with a little over a dozen the entire country could be covered.

Google's 'balloon-powered internet for all' is almost ready

Posted in Online on 19th Apr, 2015
by Alex Muller

The team is keeping the internet vessels afloat for up to 100 days at a time now, can build balloons in hours instead of days, and can launch dozens of balloon every day instead of just one.

Google's Internet balloons not just pie in the sky

Posted in Online on 18th Jun, 2014
by Alex Muller

Google envisages a huge fleet of balloons, controlled via complex algorithms, that can take off and hover above remote parts of the world that are completely unconnected.

Google buys Titan Aerospace to make more drones for Project Loon

Posted in Business on 16th Apr, 2014
by Alex Muller

Its a drone-buying spree, and Google is the latest to make a purchase.