From the Air Force to NASA, commercial airplane storage to the first private spacecraft, the Mojave is the center of aviation. CNET Road Trip 2012 braved the summer heat to check it out.
The vast desert northeast of Los Angeles is filled with military and civilian aviation facilities -- and some of the most exciting aircraft in history fly, and have flown, there.
Most Army units deploying to Afghanistan must first prepare for the combat zone at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif. CNET Road Trip 2012 visited to see it first-hand.
Army units preparing to be deployed to Afghanistan must first spend three weeks in scenario training at the service's National Training Center at Fort Irwin. CNET Road Trip 2012 stopped by to investigate.
Molycorp breaks ground on a mining facility that taps some of the world's most prized elements, used in the production of everything from hybrid cars to cell phones to hard disk drives.
Nipton, Calif., is installing high-gain solar arrays from Skyline Solar--billed as a "rust belt to green belt" success story--to supply 85 percent of its power.
On this week's podcast ZDNet's Larry Dignan and CNET's Dan Farber discuss Dell's music player ambitions, Microsoft's interesting focus group with Vista and how the broadband wars are shaking out.
Software giant is hoping that videos of Windows Vista skeptics reacting positively to Vista will help convince millions of other skeptics that the operating system just has a bad rap.
Microsoft has created a teaser site for its Mojave project, in which it showed Vista to XP users, pretending it was a new version of Windows to see if they liked it.
CNET News gets an exclusive look at what's likely to become a piece of a new Vista marketing push.