Google unveils superfast internet Video
Google unveils superfast internet Video Transcript
Its Internet 100 times faster than what most Americans have today. And what does it mean to be a hundred times faster. Well if you were in a car that moved a hundred times faster than another car. And both cars left from Kansas City going to New York. The car going faster would be there in New York before the other car left user. You remember when people actually went to the -- device when -- number. Wasn't that long. In fact so much information started coming to the Internet. That you needed even if you needed this service to help you search through all. -- -- -- -- -- You're supposed to work. Web mail became practical. Online video services like Netflix and YouTube it just couldn't exist before. Were invented and spread like wildfire. And thanks to Wi-Fi. Home networking and share access across all your devices computers. Laptops. Tablets. Smartphones televisions. But you know what -- the chart Patrick showed indicated since -- day. A decade and half later. -- -- hasn't changed all that. You access network hasn't kept up with the rest of the Internet. And it's great things have gotten a little past. But we can do that. You know -- we can do all up but yeah.
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