AT&T will no longer provide your Wi-Fi while at Starbucks, as the coffee chain is opting to use Google to make network speeds 10-times faster. This faster service will be introduced in the next month, with the full transition being completed in 18 months. Stores with the busiest Wi-Fi usage will receive the benefits of partnering with Google first. "This is obviously an important milestone in our relationship with Google," Starbucks Chief Digital Officer Adam Brotman told CNET. "We do hope this is one step amongst many that we can continue to build upon what's already a great partnership with Google."