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.
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.
The floating showroom is expected to set sail for its new home as early as next week. Now, maybe Google will finally tell us what's behind all the black netting and scaffolding.
Yesterday, CNET reported that Google may be moving its famous barge to the central California city. But has the tech giant said anything to officials there?
Richmond, Calif., is itching to have the now famous barge but it may face competition from nearby Stockton, a city left teetering on the edge by the nation's housing crisis.
CNET has learned that the famous barge project is expected to be moving from Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay to a new construction home, most likely somewhere else in the bay.
A California agency says Google doesn't have permission to construct its floating showroom at Treasure Island and must move to an approved location.
No VIPs will be checking out Google Glass onboard the floating structure until at least late spring after the Coast Guard and another public agency raised concerns about Google's plans.
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Investigators want to know whether Google secured the necessary permits to build the barge meant to float new technology before the public.