There is now evidence showing that Google Earth is good for more than just pictures of naked rooftop sunbathers and Frenchmen urinating on gardens. An Indian man named Saroo Brierley used the Bay Area tech giant's satellite image program to find his home and reunite with his family 25 years afte ... More >>
Byron Williams -- a man with issuesAlso: Is Byron Williams the poster boy for flaws with three-strikes law? Update, 1:15 p.m.: Here's a satellite photo of the remote, rural home of Byron Williams and his mother -- in the remote, rural town of Groveland:
Balkan Beat Box Monday, March 15, 2010 The Fillmore Better Than: Studying Google Earth's atlas to trace the gypsy diaspora. Have you ever been to a cockfight, a reggae festival, and an electro-trance party all at the same time? "Gypsy punk" as performed by Balkan Beat Box ... More >>
Science news flash to supposed Google geniuses: Astronauts don't leave footprints on suns!Google, the ubiquitous search engine famously based on complex, supposedly-more-accurate-than-the-competition algorithms, Monday graced its homepage with a glaring, scientific error. The July 17 ... More >>
Fliers plastered everywhere. Friends scouring the city. High-tech search logistics. And psychics. Why can't San Francisco find Jerry Tang?