200 employees will help build a machine that will be the size of a semi trailer and will be able to perform more than 60 trillion operations in one second.
It's a grass-roots effort to cut energy use one drafty house at a time. CNET's Martin LaMonica participates in a community barn raising where volunteers weatherize a home.
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University of Texas professor and grad students manipulate unmanned crafts' flight paths. One exercise is done with DHS. Thousands of civilian drones are destined for U.S. skies.
Call it home hypermiling: CNET's Martin LaMonica sizes up the numbers after two years with solar panels and finds on-site power has made him more thrifty.
commentary A Silicon Valley reporter returns to Massachusetts with a bad attitude about the commonwealth's tech market. The locals happily inform him he can pound sand.
CNET News reporter Martin LaMonica has spent the past year in the multifamily competition Energy Smackdown to lower household energy use. He finds a little effort goes a long way.
As a toy for the wealthy, the 2009 Mercedes-Benz SLK350 scores, offering a well-balanced, fun drive, but you will have to ship luggage separately for road trips. Good cabin tech is available, but it adds up to a costly bundle.
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