Apple Employees Will Move Into 'Spaceship' Campus Next MonthAfter years of construction Apple employees will finally begin to move into the tech company's new campus starting in April.
Apple's Enormous Spaceship Campus Nears CompletionAn Apple spokesperson would not commit to an exact month, but said they expect the new campus to be ready in early 2017.
Man Acquitted For Thinking San Francisco Apartment He Broke Into Was A SpaceshipIt might be one of the strangest defenses in San Francisco's history.
Apple To Build Huge Solar Energy Farm In Monterey County To Power 'Spaceship' Complex, Retail StoresApple will spend $850 million on a massive solar energy project that will generate enough power for the computer giant's new office campus, retail stores and its other California operations.
Supersonic Flying Saucer To Rocket Over Pacific To Test Landing Craft For Alien PlanetsThe flying saucer shapes of science fiction could actually prove to be the most efficient way to enter an extraterrestrial planet's atmosphere, and on June 2nd, NASA plans to test that exact shape in a supersonic flight high over the U.S. Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai.
Drivers Blame Apple’s Cupertino Spaceship Campus Construction For Bad Traffic Construction on Apple's Spaceship campus is about to lift off into its second phase, but area motorists say it’s resulting in traffic gridlock.
Apple Wastes No Time, Construction Of Cupertino ‘Spaceship’ Campus UnderwayAfter receiving approval from the Cupertino City Council, construction crews aren't wasting any time demolishing dozens of buildings to make way for Apple's so-called "Spaceship" campus.
Neighbors Voice Opposition To Apple’s Plans For Second Cupertino Campus Apple Inc. is getting a little too big for its current Cupertino home. Now the company’s plans for expansion are being met with opposition from neighbors.
Cupertino Residents To Weigh In On Apple 'Spaceship' CampusApple’s plans for a sleek new campus in Cupertino with space age architecture offering more office space and parking than anything in downtown San Francisco could be the first of several expansions for the software giant over the next few years.