KANSAS CITY, Kansas - Technology experts around the world will be watching as Google implements its ultra high speed internet service in Kansas City, Kansas.
Jon Fortt, CNBC technology insider, said it’s a big deal for Kansas City, Kansas, to be chosen for the Google project.
Fortt said businesses, governments and educators will be looking to see how consumers use the ultra high speed Internet.
In a satellite interview with Fortt from his California CNBC office, he talks about how the new faster internet will improve Internet usage.
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