According to several news reports, Austin, Texas, will be the next city to get Google Fiber.

The announcement is supposed to be made the morning of Tuesday, April 9. But after a post titled, "Google Fiber's next stop: Austin, Texas," appeared on the Google Fiber site at 2 a.m. CST on Saturday, April 6 (which has since been removed) -- along with a press release inviting media and city officials to a press conference co-hosted by Google and the city of Austin -- the cat is out of the bag: Austin will be the next city to receive the 1000 Megabit per second network.

As CultureMap Austin reported, the fact that Austin lost out when Kansas City was named the official test bed for Google Fiber in 2011 makes fiber's debut in the city highly likely.

Google Fiber will start by selecting neighborhoods to build out the network, then it will begin construction, and last, it will complete the installation process for each fiber customer, which includes one installation inside the home and one outside.