One of Google's secretive barges appears to be heading to the scrap yard, a US court orders Microsoft to turn over data stored overseas, and HP teases a stylish smartwatch.
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.
Though you probably wouldn't want to take a dip in NYC's Hudson River, soon you might be able to sunbathe on the river with this beach barge concept.
Settle down, nerds. What you're about to see isn't insider info on "Star Wars: Episode VII." But it's still really cool.
Impress your friends with this neat smartphone charger, invented by a magician, which makes your phone appear to eerily float in midair.
A customer service representative tells CNET the company's servers have been down since about 10 a.m. PT and may not be back up for several hours.
Spectators won't believe their eyes when you make your phone -- or theirs -- defy the laws of physics.
After CNET reported Google may be building a floating data center in San Francisco Bay, a report suggested it's actually a floating Google Glass store. Either way, it's almost certainly Google.
The tech giant is likely building a floating data center in San Francisco Bay. But a very similar project rolled into the harbor in Portland, Maine, earlier this month. The two are definitely connected.
CNET has uncovered evidence suggesting that Google has built a sea-borne data center in the middle of San Francisco Bay.