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A world full of 3D printers that can make almost anything will probably be an almost inconceivably complex place, presenting both incredible opportunities and unique challenges for new and existing manufacturers.
by John Hornick
4.29.2016
11:07am
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This Engineering Newswire looks at flying high with DARPA’s demonstrator aircraft, slithering through seabeds with a serpentine robot and generating electricity with pee.
by Product Design & Development
4.29.2016
10:55am
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The U.S. tobacco giants are part of a $90 billion-plus ultra-profitable industry that isn't going away, but the reality is cigarettes are losing popularity. At some point growth will become an issue and pot may just be the product that can save Big...
4.29.2016
10:00am
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Authorities say a young Apple employee took his own life at the company's headquarters this week.
by The Associated Press
4.29.2016
9:57am
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German carmaker Volkswagen revealed its diesel emissions cheating cost it 16.2 billion euros for 2015 alone — and that is likely to be only a part of the total bill.
by The Associated Press
4.29.2016
9:52am
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The FBI said Wednesday that it will not publicly disclose the method that allowed it to access a locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers, saying it lacks enough "technical information" about the software vulnerability that was exploited.
by Eric Tucker, Associated Press
4.28.2016
10:39am
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Facebook has built one of the world's largest and most efficient data centers at the edge of the world. Here's the engineering behind its massive cloud system in Lulea.
by Bloomberg Business
4.28.2016
10:34am
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Utah-based essential oil company doTERRA is warning customers and distributors that their personal information may have been compromised in a data breach in March.
by The Associated Press
4.28.2016
10:30am
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Mark Sagar started his career by building medical simulations of body parts. He took those skills and went into CGI, most famously for movies including Avatar, King Kong and others. Now he's combining his skills and building an entire brain and...
by Bloomberg Business
4.28.2016
10:26am
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An Apple employee that the company described as "young and talented" was found dead in a conference room inside the company's headquarters in Cupertino, authorities said.
by The Associated Press
4.28.2016
10:22am
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The oceans generate enough energy for us to give up coal and gas completely, but no one has been able to harness it effectively. Oscillate Power's Triton is a wave harvester that uses a novel design which may be the key to unlocking the power of the...
by Bloomberg Business
4.28.2016
10:19am
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A look at the work scientists are doing to find a better use for coal.
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4.27.2016
11:22am
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Rapid mobile app development gives manufacturers the ability to make small fractional improvements, while delivering a new opportunity for making huge gains in improvement processes that were unforeseen due to a lack of supporting technology.
by George Mashini
4.27.2016
11:17am
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Microsoft is apparently testing a feature that would allow the transfer of apps between mobile devices and computers.
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4.27.2016
10:56am
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The latest in personal submarines from DeepFlight makes ocean exploration as easy as playing a video game.
by CNNMoney
4.27.2016
10:05am
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Two years after selling off its mobile device operations, one-time industry leader Nokia appears to be edging closer to a return to consumer electronics.
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4.27.2016
9:45am
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Medical gel may hold the key to our cyborg future. The biggest challenge to implanting complicated electronics within ourselves is our own immune system's tendency to reject foreign bodies. Xuanhe Zhao, a scientist at MIT, has developed a flexible and...
by Bloomberg Business
4.27.2016
9:40am
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A look at how the so-called “Flyboard Air” learned to fly.
4.26.2016
11:40am
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Whether it’s to control risk, gain visibility, improve performance or all of the above, EHS management solutions are now, and will be going forward, an important resource in driving results in the manufacturing industry.
by Matt Airhart
4.26.2016
11:02am
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This chart shows median total compensation at U.S. companies in 2016.
by Niall McCarthy
4.26.2016
10:54am
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We've learned so much about Tesla's $35,000 Model 3 since Elon Musk enveiled it on March 31st, but the two most important questions remain unanswered.
by Bloomberg Business
4.26.2016
9:51am
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Already home to the world's biggest skyscraper, Dubai has another tall order to fill: By 2030, its leader wants 25 percent of all trips on its roads to be done by driverless vehicles.
by Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
4.26.2016
9:44am
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Major food companies are experimenting with different sizes to hedge against the demise of processed food.
by USA Today
4.26.2016
9:35am
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A look at how an advanced technology is bolstered with 19th century science.
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4.25.2016
9:37am
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By connecting people, plant and processes through technology and structural integration, businesses can ensure that their technology investments return full value.
by Victor Kingery
4.25.2016
9:27am
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Volvo this week announced a review of its sustainability goals that included new commitments to sell 1 million "electrified" vehicles by 2025 and debut a new all-electric car.
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4.25.2016
9:05am
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The Solar Impulse 2 aircraft, powered entirely by the sun, completed its trek across the Pacific Ocean Saturday night into Sunday morning. But its journey isn't over yet.
4.25.2016
8:57am
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Two prominent German automakers have reportedly ceased talks with Apple about the tech giant's long-rumored electric car project.
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4.25.2016
8:55am
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John Seifert, CEO at Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide, discusses the Mitsubishi data scandal and how companies can rebuild their brand and reputation after a scandal.
by Bloomberg Business
4.25.2016
8:50am
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Some companies fail to recognize the significant fiscal benefits associated with strategic environmentally-friendly business processes. Here are some easy ways cloud-based tools can help your company go green while also growing your green year round.
by Kate Freer
4.22.2016
11:29am
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A look at how engineers introduce a fish-eyed lens to improve visibility, inspired by an African fish and a lobster.
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4.22.2016
11:10am
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For manufacturers, keeping the ERP system updated is a necessity to guard against business risk and ensure compliance with important regulatory requirements. And it can be an important step for manufacturers looking to secure a competitive advantage and...
by Al Galinot
4.22.2016
11:02am
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Volkswagen will repair or buy back hundreds of thousands of diesel vehicles in the U.S. that were equipped with emissions-cheating software, a federal judge said this week.
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4.22.2016
10:31am
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This chart shows the top origin economies of fakes as a percentage of total seizures in 2013.
by Niall McCarthy
4.22.2016
10:12am
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This Engineering Newswire looks at flying up to 10,000 feet on the latest hoverboard, obliterating bullets with metal foam and making drugs in a portable factory.
by Product Design & Development
4.22.2016
10:04am
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Nearly 25 years after NAFTA put the country at the top of many U.S. companies’ low-cost production plans, it has once again become one of the world’s fastest-growing manufacturing hot spots.
by Jeff Suchevits
4.21.2016
11:22am
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A quick look at an undersea snake robot that could help maintain offshore oil and gas rigs.
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4.21.2016
10:58am
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Mitsubishi Motors admitted Wednesday that employees submitted false fuel consumption data for four "mini-car" models to Japanese authorities.
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4.21.2016
10:48am
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Some people are ditching their smartphones in favor of simpler handsets. Self-styled "dumbphone" users actually use their phones, well — as a phone. Nina dos Santos looks at this new trend of people switching off from an increasingly connected world.
by CNNMoney
4.21.2016
10:41am
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A look at the number of global shipments and market penetration of 4K TV from 2013 to 2016.
by Dyfed Loesche
4.21.2016
10:33am
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