Chesapeake, Va., signs on with IBM "smarter city" campaign to improve efficiency by collecting data on buildings, trucks, and utility infrastructure.
Bay Microsystems touts its Chesapeake chip and Intel shows off its Tolapai product, which combines an x86 processor core, memory and I/O controllers.
An annual list of the worst CEOs of 2012 gives the head of the embattled game maker another reason to wish for this year to end.
Web video of the world's first natural-gas-powered chopper.
The pilotless aircraft needs to prove that it's up to the rigors of the kind of slingshot launch that it can expect soon from an aircraft carrier.
The unmanned aircraft was flung into the air from a catapult on the flight deck of the USS George H.W. Bush this morning for a 65-minute transit back to dry land.
University of Maryland takes the top prize in this year's Solar Decathlon with a net zero-energy house. Energy Secretary Steven Chu, on hand to congratulate the winners, also addresses recent criticism of clean-energy investments.
Harnessing the power of its World Community Grid of users, Big Blue embarks on a series of projects designed to improve the quality of drinking water around the world.
Road Trip 2010: The first thousand miles has come and gone, and in spite of careful planning, heavy traffic has been a big part of the journey. But also, of course, some terrific destinations.
On today's show, a brilliant solution to the problem of science education, and which tech companies have the best and worst green records (it is Earth Day, after all -- for real this time)! Also, Google and Apple are sending your location data back to the Mother Ship, Amazon is making everyone nervous about the cloud, and AT&T thinks wireless competition is "extraordinary." Uh huh. All that and the best Computer Love success story ever. --Molly