Where did the infamous rock that seemed to appear out of nowhere on Mars come from? The explanation, it turns out, is more simple than sci-fi.
No authorization has been granted, but the tech giant talked with the National Park Service about towing the mystery structure, which seems related to Google Glass, into San Francisco's Fort Mason.
The company has built mysterious four-story structures on barges that are currently in San Francisco Bay and in Portland, Maine's harbor. But neither project is finished, and no work is being done on either one.
Docked in the middle of San Francisco Bay, the mystery four-story structure is sitting idle day after day. It's not known why construction hasn't re-commenced.
Scientists hope the newest NASA probe will help explain why the Red Planet lost most of its atmosphere.
A possible unicorn has been spotted in the wild -- a muscular Samsung smartphone with Android KitKat and a 2K HD display. Is it a myth, or could it be the Galaxy S5?
The Room Two for iOS is a dark and creepy world filled with complex puzzles to solve as you try to find the fate of the poor soul who came before you.
CNET and others have asked the US Coast Guard for details about Google's mystery structure in the San Francisco Bay, to no avail. The Coast Guard now says why it's staying mum.
Tell CNET what you think the odd-looking structure atop the barge might be? A Google Glass store? A floating data center? Or something more nefarious?
CNET decided the best views of the mystery structure would be from the San Francisco Bay.