Google continues to push into new industries way beyond its search engine. From Google Fiber to driverless cars, the company has a hand in almost every type of business with a connection to the internet. Yesterday Google announced plans to offer its own wireless service in the United States. While the company was light on details, the move could force AT&T, Verizon and other carriers to make significant changes. Jon Brodkin, senior IT reporter for the tech news website Ars Technica is here to explain why Google is doing this and what it might mean for you.