Google has been busy pushing ahead with plans to be a wired internet provider in the US with Google Fiber, and it looks like it’s intent on being a major player in the wireless network business elsewhere in the world as well. According to a report out today from The Wall Street Journal, Google is currently in the midst of a “mutipronged effort” that would “fund, build and help run wireless networks in emerging markets such as sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.
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