Hyper speed Internet at Starbucks yet? Google won't confirm

Starbucks WiFi speed PBSGoogle (Nasdaq: GOOG) is staying tight-lipped about the progress of its Wi-Fi service upgrade in selected Starbucks stores, but some patrons are tweeting that their local coffee shop has already received the upgrade and are posting speed test screenshots showing download speeds of 101 Mbps. A mobile app that automatically authenticates and connects subscribers to Google hotspots is also rumored to be in the works, but the search engine giant refused to comment to FierceWirelessTech on any of the hearsay. Read more

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