The woman involved in an altercation at a San Francisco Haight-Ashbury bar over her Google Glass is gaining a huge social media following, with most of it casting her – and the tech industry she purportedly represents – in an unflattering light.
The Richmond City Council is expected to consider offering Google an invitation to use its docks for finishing construction on the Google Barge.
The woman who said she was attacked at a San Francisco Haight-Ashbury punk club for wearing Google Glass offered more details about her tense encounter Tuesday, and explained her decision to wear the technology into a bar named after an incendiary explosive.
A Bay Area woman said she was attacked for wearing the Google Glass wearable computer at a bar in San Francisco’s Lower Haight.
Google has released a list of dos and don’ts for users of Google Glass and, and acknowledged the increasing use of a derogatory word for a person sporting the wearable computer.
In what looks to be another skirmish in San Francisco’s escalating gentrification war, Google is said to be making a major move into the city’s Mission District and some are saying “there goes the neighborhood.”
Google is buying an Israeli start-up company that uses sound-based technology, in hopes of doing away with online passwords as we know them.
As protests heat up in San Francisco over so-called “Google buses” and tax breaks for tech companies, San Jose officials are hoping to lure companies with a friendlier business climate.
Following in the footsteps of Google, Facebook is now shuttling workers to the South Bay via luxury catamaran.
A Google subsidiary has been picked to run and renovate a federal airfield that is frequently used for the personal flights of the company’s top executives.