On Friday, the FCC approved Google’s application to use its Project Loon balloons to give emergency cell service to Puerto Rico — 83 percent of which still lacks cell coverage.
On Friday, the FCC approved Google’s application to use its Project Loon balloons to give emergency cell service to Puerto Rico — 83 percent of which still lacks cell coverage. Creative Commons
On Friday, the FCC approved Google’s application to use its Project Loon balloons to give emergency cell service to Puerto Rico — 83 percent of which still lacks cell coverage. Creative Commons

Cell service is out in 83 percent of Puerto Rico. Could these Google balloons fix it?

October 06, 2017 11:04 PM

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