The secretive Google-owned barge, moored off Treasure Island in the middle of San Francisco Bay, does not have its paperwork in order, according to the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission. After …
The mysterious barge that Google has been renovating in San Francisco Bay is now without a home. There was an earlier report indicating that Google could be kicked out of its space for a smattering of regulatory reason, and …
The mysterious barge that Google has been secretly building off the coast of San Francisco is coming under official scrutiny, Reuters reports. The San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission will be given access to …
A Google Glass store? Maybe. Recent reports reveal a mysterious floating barge in San Francisco Bay could be the …
Something big and mysterious is being built in San Francisco Bay, and according to two reports, Google is behind the project. A multistory structure is under construction on a barge off of Hangar 3 at Treasure Island, a former Navy base, …
2013 in San Francisco, California Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Google on Wednesday brought an end to the mounting speculation about what it plans to do with a pair of mysterious barges that have been spotted off America's …
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
SAN FRANCISCO—How badly does Google want to keep under wraps a mysterious project taking shape on a barge in San Francisco Bay? Badly enough to require U.S. government officials to sign confidentiality agreements. At least one …
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 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