The mysterious Google barge seen floating in the San Francisco Bay has docked in a city sometimes hailed as the "asparagus capital of the world," making its new home in Stockton, Calif. "It's been a busy six months for our barge
The agency that oversees development in the San FranciscoBay in California has begun a formal investigation into the construction of a secretive Google Inc barge on an island in the bay. The probe, which began in the past week, will …
There is a mysterious barge floating in San Francisco Bay with Google’s fingerprints all over it. The question is what Google wants to do with it, and Google won’t say. The barge is being operated by Google, according to a person with …
Google's brief statement is consistent with a report last week by CNN affiliate KPIX-TV in San Francisco, which said the mystery barge would house a floating showroom for the company's Google Glass connected eyewear and other …
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Here's a question you can't answer using Google: What's the Web behemoth building on barges off the coast of San Francisco and Maine? The Internet giant is playing characteristically coy about a pair of floating construction projects …
A mystery barge being built by Google on a pier at a former Navy base in the San Francisco Bay may be told to cast off. It turns out that officials running the base while it is in the process of being turned over to the city of San Francisco
About a month after news broke that Google's mystery barge in the San Francisco Bay was more like a fancy Google sailboat, a few more details have emerged about the floating heap loaded with shipping containers and embellished with …
Sitting in the San Francisco Bay is a large, unmarked barge, thought to be owned by Google. But no one knows what it’s doing there. What makes things even more interesting is on the opposite side of the country in a Maine sits another …
The mysterious Google barge seen floating in the San Francisco Bay has docked in a city sometimes hailed as the "asparagus capital of the world," making its new home in Stockton, Calif. "It's been a busy six months for our barge