Visitors to the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in this swanky Chicago suburb can take an easy walking tour of many other beautiful buildings designed by the famous architect. CNET Road Trip 2013 explores the neighborhood.
CBS CMO George Schweitzer discusses some early "technology" used to coordinate coverage of the Thanksgiving Day Parade for the network.
According to a report, the ad showed up in a July issue of The Economist, and displayed Siri pointing to poison ivy and not poison oak in the image.
One of the world's largest supercomputer collections is in the Tennessee forest, where the first plutonium for the Manhattan Project was processed.
The Atom Z760 ditches its codename and flaunts its specs to the world, with Intel saying the likes of Fujitsu and Lenovo will be using it in their slate products.
The system is powered by Nvidia GPUs and thought to be one of the two fastest supercomputers in the world. It's capable of making 20,000 trillion calculations each second.
The Department of Energy's Advanced Networking Initiative will initially connect three research supercomputers and then link to all DOE national labs.
q&a Nvidia has taken its extremely high-performance graphics chips and restyled them for supercomputing. It looks to be a pretty good fit since some of the top supercomputing centers have adopted them.
Visitors to the Oak Park, Ill., Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio are in for a treat: A look at the place where the famed architect tried out some of the early innovations that would make him famous. CNET Road Trip 2013 takes a behind-the-scenes tour.
Oak Ridge National Lab will use Nvidia chips in one of the world's fastest supercomputers. Eventually it will integrate as many as 18,000 graphics processing units.