For a while, the mystery of the Google barges kept the buzz afloat. But then the Coast Guard took a closer look inside.
On today's show, we discuss Google killing its secret barge plans, exosuits helping shipbuilders lift heavy parts, and an odd couture headpiece that tracks brain activity.
After hearing Google shut down their secret barges, Ashley and Rich reminisce on other projects Google has killed off. Also, they discuss a curious piece of couture that claims to change color based on brain activity (Rich says it looks like a fancy swim cap).
Two Google Barges in California and Maine have sat idle and unfinished for months. Now a report says Google has sold the Maine barge. Not good news for the company's retail hopes.
Google may be selling its would-be floating showroom in Maine to an international barge company. But the Google Barge in California still sits idle.
An unmanned rocket carrying 4,000 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station suffered launch failure.
A merger between the nation's fourth-largest wireless carrier and second-largest satellite-TV provider is intriguing. Here's why.
The floating showroom leaves its original home alongside Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay and heads to the Port of Stockton, where Google is said to have signed a six-month lease.
Marc Hagan-Guirey explains how he transforms single pieces of paper into intricate scenes from "Star Wars" using the Japanese technique of kirigami.
Even though the famous floating showroom is leaving Treasure Island for Stockton, it's still far from ready for prime time -- and Google is still on the hook for half a million dollars in rent.