If you’ve been to a natural history museum lately, you’re familiar with the glass-walled laboratories where paleontologists and archaeologists give the public a glimpse of their work. It sounds as though Apple is banking on the same level of interest in its day-to-day operations.
Google's New York City office has something that every office in America needs: secret rooms hidden by swiveling bookshelves. If you're not in the know, you wouldn't know it existed. But if you do have Batman access at Google, you can pull the correct book and expose a whole 'nother world. Or something like that.
We already saw plenty of exterior images of Apple's new headquarters, which look like a giant spaceship or a spaceport. But these confidential interior images—obtained by 9to5mac's Élyse Betters—truly show the scale of this place. Look at the size of the glass walls!These glass panels look like those at the .
The City of Cupertino has published the complete proposal for Apple new mothership campus. There's a lot of interesting new things that nobody has seen yet, like a mysterious "research facilities" separated from the main building and an underground auditorium.
This seems crazy but Steve Jobs supposedly stood before the Cupertino City Council on Tuesday and asked for permission to build a totally round building for Apple's 12,000 employees. It will be built on land Apple purchased from HP. "It's a little like a spaceship," he says while describing it. [Techcrunch]And…
The NY Times got a rare glimpse at Pixar's animation process and even better, a tour of Pixar's offices. It's filled with delicious nuggets from the most consistent (and probably best) movie studio of our time. Did you know Steve Jobs designed a building there? Or that they have a secret speakeasy room? Or enough…
Microsoft is warning employees to "never approach a cougar," as one of the kitty cats has been spotted near the Redmond campus. Or at least that's what we're told. I'm thinking that it's actually Mrs. Gates who's taking a stroll.
Good news! Here you have the man, the one, the only, el señor jefe Steve Jobs leaving Apple's headquarters, today at 3:00pm. This is the first time he has been spotted—with an iPhone, of course—at the Cupertino campus.
Sergey and Larry's involvement with NASA seems to be getting ever deeper. Alongside the parking rights for the Google company jet at Moffat airfield, and using NASA data for Google, the Mountain View-based company is to build a brand new empire on 42.2 acres of land owned by the space agency at the Ames Research…