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 »
The United States Navy is packing a new warship called the USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) that is designed for firepower, stealth and durability. The price tag on such a machine is around $3.5 billion, but that’s not what’s truly exciting about this battleship.…Read More »
Experts are saying that the system used to track sea vessels is outdated and can be easily hacked, according to BBC News.
The technology under investigation is the Authentic Identification System, or AIS for short. It is used to track where ships are in the oceans and due to international maritime law is mandatory to have in ships that are over a specific size.…Read More »
Now all we need is the Flying Dutchman.Read More »
If we have not already fried your brain with the earlier “You read that wrong” post, this post may push you over the edge.
Check out the following image. It is of a ship shipping ship shipping shipping ships. I know what you must be thinking: “say what?!…Read More »
These photos show raw American naval power… and it is both awesome and scary [Amazing Photo of the Day]
Anyone familiar with the history of the United States knows that in the founding years of the country there was a big struggle between pro-navy and anti-navy advocates. Since then, however, the United States has come to build and operate the largest and most powerful navy in the history of man.…Read More »