CNET has uncovered evidence suggesting that Google has built a sea-borne data center in the middle of San Francisco Bay.
Some planets dare to be different. Astronomers have found a young planet that's not orbiting a host star.
A suspended hammock shelter on Kickstarter lets you camp up in the air, away from bugs and the hard ground.
It looks like Google has been working on an oversize secret project on San Francisco's Treasure Island. A water-based data center? Could well be.
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.
Blueseed is a startup hoping to lure thousands of foreign entrepreneurs to live 12 nautical miles from Silicon Valley -- in a big cruise ship. Some say it's the answer to restrictive visa issues, others shudder at the thought of a boat filled with "thousands of nerds."
This Kickstarter campaign is close to its goal of raising $250,000 toward building a pool off Manhattan that would feature real river water for swimming.
The long journey to supply power to remote locations could culminate in these floating vessels.
Wish your phone had the split-screen multitasking feature that is available on the Samsung Galaxy Note II? Now you can grab some of that functionality for YouTube videos.
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.