The U.S. military unit tests Future Combat Systems, the "cornerstone of Army modernization," as it includes soldiers in early development and promotion.
CNET's laptop reviewer, Dan Ackerman, joins us to talk about how he's building a media room in a tiny Manhattan apartment. Also, your questions answered, including: how many antivirus apps do I need?
Our Weekly Utilities Update report is a list of all the updates for many Mac utilities that have been released in the past week. Though utilities can be any tool that helps you perform a routine task (including image manipulation and synchronization), our focus in this column is to bring you those tools that help in troubleshooting Mac hardware and software problems.
CEO Colin Angle talks about how robots are weathering the recession, what to expect from PackBot's big brother, and why iRobot isn't building a humanoid.
The Army plans a public showing engine next week on Capitol Hill of a high-tech howitzer with a hybrid diesel-electric engine system.
Intel has delayed first customer shipment of its Montevina core logic. Glaskowsky explains what could be behind the delay, and what this implies for the future of Intel's graphics technology.
The U.S. government is spending $3.5 billion this year alone on the Future Combat Systems program, and there's no guarantee that the network at its core will ever see action.
Open source is permeating the US military, and for several good reasons.
Red Hat seems to be doing OK on interop. Funny what happens when customers vote.
Army funds next step for the unmanned vehicle.