After its journey from the Bay Area to Stockton on Thursday morning, the mysterious Google Barge has quickly become an attraction for Central Valley residents.
Earlier this week, a sign was posted asking glass wearers to stay out of the Willows bar in the city’s SoMa District. Now, the website glasshole-free.org lists 12 San Francisco bars and 3 others in Oakland following suit.
You were likely fast asleep as Google began moving the mystery barge from the San Francisco Bay early Thursday, towing it up the Sacramento River Delta to Stockton.
The widening income gap between the wealthy and those left behind is sparking debate, anger and sporadic protests.
A San Francisco South of Market bar frequented by a high-tech crowd has banned patrons from wearing Google Glass while inside the establishment.
Roku is getting into an Internet video-streaming stick fight with Google’s Chromecast with a new device they announced on Tuesday.
San Jose city and business officials gathered Friday at Mineta San Jose International Airport for a ceremonial groundbreaking of a planned $82 million air terminal to be used mostly to house corporate planes owned by the founders of Google Inc.
Google is donating nearly $7 million to allow San Francisco to continue providing free bus and other transportation services to low-income city kids, city officials announced on Thursday.
The money will be used to fund the program, which started as a pilot in 2013, for the next two years.
The Google barge that’s been docked at Treasure Island for months is heading to Stockton to be finished.