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.
The world's largest e-commerce company launches an online shopping marketplace that hosts specialty boutiques hawking fashion, sporting goods, baby gear, and tech gadgets.
The e-retail store will offer everything from fashion to tech to jewelry, according to a new report.
Shoppers used Flow, a standalone app from Amazon's A9 unit, to search for, and purchase, items by simply taking a photo. Now, they can do it straight from the Amazon app.
Ride-sharing apps are increasingly making a mark in the US, but can they really appeal to drivers outside of tech-focused circles?
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.
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.
Robert Burt's new mugshot shows him wearing a T-shirt depicting his previous mugshot. Art or asinine?
Coming in with an average of 13.7 megabits per second, the Southern state boasts the speediest broadband service in the country.
Turns out storing your data overseas may not be such a good idea. Also, Samsung teases some "very innovative" products. Those stories and more in this week's rundown of all the tech news.