wolfram Alpha can only compute facts—and many of those computations deal with science and advanced math.
wolfram Alpha easily computed a variety of facts: What nutrients are in two Snickers bars?
And when you review the periodic table, take special note of Tungsten, or wolfram.
Google has already begun to mimic some of wolfram Alpha's functionality, albeit in much more limited ways.
The business plan for wolfram Alpha is apparently still being written.
If then wolfram in his first two books was following a French poet, that poet was not Chrêtien.
But wolfram was of his time, and followed his models faithfully.
This passage is wolfram's invention; the brilliant Gallic poet whose romance he followed could not have contrived it.
It is one of the songs of wolfram, the leading baritone of the opera.
wolfram Eschenbach began to sing "Blick' ich umher in diesem edlen Kreise," and once more silence fell upon the bored crowd.
1757, from German Wolfram, wolform "iron tungstate" (1562), of obscure etymology. It looks like "wolf-cream" (from rahm "cream"), but the second element might be Middle High German ram (German Rahm) "dirty mark, soot;" if so, perhaps "so called in sign of contempt because it was regarded of lesser value than tin and caused a considerable loss of tin during the smelting process in the furnace" [Klein]. Or perhaps the word is originally a personal name, "wolf-raven."
wolfram wolf·ram (wul'frəm)