Three years ago, this paper presented a story about a Pembroke Pines company with a pie-in-the-sky plan.GlobeTel wanted to construct a bunch of blimps (pictured, left) that would float around and beam down a torrent of HiDef, five-bars, wham-bam-speedy phone and internet no matter how far you'd r ... More >>
courtesy GlobeTelA couple of years ago, we ran a feature story about GlobeTel, a company that was supposedly going to deploy blimp-like satellites across the country and beam down internet signals. There were a few problems with the scheme: building hi-tech airships seemed a job more suited for b ... More >>
Falcor may soon be the last line of defense in the War Against TerrorGlobeTel is a Pembroke Pines company that first appeared on the local radar a few years ago, when it was promising to fill South Florida airspace with sci-fi machines called "stratellites" -- a clunky combination of a light airship ... More >>
A Pembroke Pines company wants to flood the country with invisible beams from high-flying blimps. Want to invest?