"Speed is like oxygen; when you have it, you take it for granted. Once you don't have it, you realize it's everything." Yes, "One detail Google has yet to get into for its Google Fiber service is just how much it will cost consumers," notes The Los Angeles Times. While Kansas City is set to be the first to get Google Fiber service, the plan is to roll it out to more cities and get the nation up to broadband speed. According to the L.A. Times, most U.S. homes currently paying for high-speed Internet connections are receiving data at less than 10 megabits a second.