Google's barge plans have apparently been killed off, as the company is to dismantle and scrap one of its 'floating showrooms', while its second barge has remained untouched for months.
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Google has been ordered to move its barge - believed to be a giant floating showroom in the making - from San Francisco Bay, after failing to secure the proper permissions for its construction there.
Google's mystery barge in the San Francisco Bay will add over a dozen huge sails when it is completed, according to artwork submitted to the Port of San Francisco for approval.
Google has finally broken silence on the mystery barges docked in various cities, saying that they could be used as interactive space for teaching people about their new and upcoming technologies.