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Shortly after Google’s mysterious barges appeared, the company confirmed that they would be used as ” interactive spaces where people can learn about new technology.” But a new report out of SF Gate makes things a little more specific than Google let out.…Read More »
After CNET discovered the existence of Google’s mysterious barges floating near San Francisco and Portland, many speculated they were data centers and then said they would eventually be turned into fancy retail showrooms for Google Glass. While Google has since claimed responsibility for the barges, they’re not quite revealing what their exact purpose is.…Read More »
Google appears to be working on something big and mysterious on San Francisco’s Treasure Island. No one is quite certain what it is, but from the looks of it, this thing comes off as a massive data center. The structure stands around 4 stories tall and was created with a series of modern containers.…Read More »
Sometimes man-made objects can be beautiful, too.Read More »
You’re probably well aware by now that you can get practically everything you need from Amazon these days. But did you know that you could soon be getting your groceries delivered straight to your door from Amazon as well?
AmazonFresh is Amazon’s online grocery delivery service that’s been in testing since 2007.…Read More »