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Google Barge Details Revealed, Might Not Fly With Local Authorities

03
Dec
2013

Turns out “interactive space where people can learn about new technology” might just be Google jargon for retail store on a boat — and that may not sit well with local authorities. According to a confidential budget report obtained by the San Francisco Chronicle, each of the three barges built by Turner Construction Co. at Treasure Island, Calif. is intended to be a “floating retail store” and will be docked in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York. The vessels will likely house Google Glass, set to publicly launch next year, and any other technology the company plans to sell

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