Finding parking in a city usually sucks, but a new report claims Google is trying to make it more like reserving a hotel room — replete with fluctuating pricing. According to The Guardian, Google is trying to make its Flow cloud software available beyond Columbus, Ohio, and integrate it more tightly with public transportation systems. Flow Specifically, Google wants to use its Flow program to help modernize public parking, and get both public and private parking structures to report on availability. If you’re not clear on Flow, it’s a program that puts data-reporting kiosks in cities that double as Wi-Fi…

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