Hanger One at Moffett Field could be restored with funding from Google founders.
Courtesy of SV411.com, a quick rundown of the latest technology news in Silicon Valley.
A popular Silicon Valley landmark, Hanger One at Moffett Field, may be getting the cost of its restoration covered by Google founders Larry Page, Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt. The three have put up a cool $33 million, in an apparent effort to use the large hangers to store their private corporate jets.
More than a dozen Silicon Valley tech leaders have sent an open letter to Washington in opposition to the Stop Online Piracy Act, which would give the government the option to block websites. The list includes Sergey Brin of Google, Jerry Yang of Yahoo and Marc Andreesson of Netscape.
SF-based gaming company Zynga has released their IPO, currently trading at $11.50 a share, making it the biggest tech IPO since Google in 2004. Thus far trading has raised at least a billion for the company.