The latest update from the US National Security Agency (NSA)

Google has announced it has a new device that can boost mobile internet speeds for everyone in the US.

The new Google TV device is called the Safelink Internet Booster, and is the first to be officially certified by the NSA.

The product will be available in select US cities on October 26th.

The device’s specifications list the device as being capable of 10Gbps, 5G, 10Mb/s, 10Gb/h, 1Gbps and 100Mb for the standard mobile internet services.

The company also confirmed that the device is compatible with Android 5.0 Lollipop.

It was recently revealed that the US government had recently discovered a new method of intercepting cell phone metadata, and that the NSA was able to gain access to it using a backdoor called “Equation One”.

It’s not clear if the NSA has previously used this backdoor method, but if it does, it could potentially give the agency access to a vast amount of data.

This is an issue the company has been working on for several years, with Google reportedly working on the project since 2015.

The company also revealed in 2016 that it was working on a new version of Google Glass that could help the NSA more easily listen to calls and listen in on internet traffic.

We contacted Google for comment and will update this article if we receive a response.