NASA’s megarocket set to launch nanosatellites beyond the moon.
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2.11.2016
11:31am
The benefits of and best practices for creating a mobile app for manufacturing companies.
by ​Dan Ward
2.11.2016
11:29am
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With the help of an app, Teslas can pull into or out of parking spots without the driver in the car.
2.11.2016
11:13am
A bipartisan group of lawmakers on Wednesday introduced legislation that would restrict state or local government efforts to limit electronic data security practices.
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2.11.2016
11:04am
Hilary Mason, CEO and founder of Fast Forward Labs, talks about the future of data science from automated business analytics to machine learning.
by Wall Street Journal
2.11.2016
10:49am
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A look at a new drone fueled entirely by clean-burning hydrogen.
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2.10.2016
10:37am
Three trends for maximizing productivity and profitability in the next 365 days and beyond.
by Danny Weiss
2.10.2016
9:49am
China is making substantial investments in unmanned aerial vehicles, but experts cautioned that the rapidly growing Chinese drone industry could have major national security ramifications.
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2.10.2016
9:29am
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Apple iPhones repaired by third parties have experienced some malfunctions.
by USA Today
2.10.2016
9:20am
The White House is taking steps to strengthen computer networks against cyberattacks, with the Cybersecurity National Action Plan proposal linked to President Obama's $4.1 trillion spending plan.
2.10.2016
9:11am
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Auto industry observers believe that automakers' robust financial prospects could come at the expense of their smaller models.
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2.10.2016
8:51am
Samsung is flexing its electronics muscle in an aim to make passing semis safer.
2.9.2016
10:29am
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When data can be seamlessly integrated across the supply chain, between manufacturers, OEMs, Tier 1 and other suppliers, business processes across the board become more efficient and yield more revenue.
by Deepak Singh
2.9.2016
10:25am
Japan is known for robots, sushi and cherry blossoms. But there's a new attraction: a futuristic museum devoted to high-tech toilets. Seth Doane visits the Toto Museum, and the factory of Japan's largest toilet manufacturer, to learn about the latest in...
by CBS News
2.9.2016
10:24am
A look at the number of test miles and reportable disengagements of self-driving cars over a 14 month period.
by Niall McCarthy
2.9.2016
10:00am
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Techonomy chief executive officer David Kirkpatrick and Crowdstrike chief executive officer George Kurtz discuss cyber attacks from state actors with Emily Chang.
by Bloomberg Business
2.9.2016
9:49am
Fiat Chrysler officials last week dismissed a report that Alfa Romeo's forthcoming sedan was delayed for months due to poor performance in crash tests.
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2.9.2016
9:44am
According to the U.S. Manufacturing Technology Orders report (USMTO) for December 2015, order values grew 20.4 percent compared to the prior month, says The Association For Manufacturing Technology (AMT).
2.8.2016
11:52am
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A look at the Army's research into customizing nutrition for soldiers in the military.
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2.8.2016
11:26am
There are two approaches to securing a company’s or plant’s information: defensive and offensive. If you are going to keep your company’s network data secure, the offensive approach to information security requires taking several steps.
by Dennis Egen
2.8.2016
11:20am
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Box CEO Aaron Levie says that as applications become more open, companies will have the ability to work with a greater number of technology vendors. He speaks with Jonathan Krim at the 2016 CIO Network conference in Half Moon Bay, Calif.
by Wall Street Journal
2.8.2016
10:56am
Apple for the first time is accepting banged up iPhones as a trade-in from those wanting to upgrade.
by The Associated Press
2.8.2016
10:51am
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A homage to aerospace scientist Jack Cover, who died seven years ago and is best known for his invention: a weapon that shoots electricity. Charles Osgood reports.
by CBS News
2.8.2016
10:46am
A look at a new breed of robot that can stretch to accommodate diverse new tasks.
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2.5.2016
11:18am
Presenting ideas for changes to a manufacturing company's process, whether it be an automotive company, shipbuilding manufacturer or art manufacturer, is essential to improve and grow the company.
by Jennifer Hartwell
2.5.2016
11:12am
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Martin Shkreli appeared in front of the House Oversight Committee this week. He didn't say much but his expressions spoke volumes. Watch the former head of Turing Pharmaceuticals plea the fifth and smile at his Congressional questioners.
by Bloomberg Business
2.5.2016
10:43am
A forecast of worldwide wearable device sales between 2015 and 2017.
by Felix Richter
2.5.2016
10:33am
This Engineering Newswire looks at landing a drone on a moving target at full speed, taking a load off in a wearable chair and flying, floating and diving with a nifty drone.
by Product Design & Development
2.5.2016
10:19am
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A federal jury this week ordered Apple to pay more than $625 million to an alleged patent troll over technology used in its FaceTime and iMessage systems.
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2.5.2016
10:15am
General Motors recently established a new division devoted to autonomous vehicle technology.
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2.5.2016
10:09am
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General Electric on Monday announced that it will cease production of coiled compact fluorescent lamps for the U.S. market and focus on LED bulbs.
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2.5.2016
9:59am
In the near future, Google believes that smartphones will be equipped with the technology needed to recognize faces and objects entirely on their own.
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2.5.2016
9:46am
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The connection between auto plant overtime and the growing number of vehicle recalls.
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2.4.2016
11:10am
Informed Manufacturing is still in its early days, but companies are embracing the concept at a rapid rate. The movement goes by a variety of names, but the common denominator is always the concept of intelligent connectivity.
by Raj Radhakrishnan & Badrinath Setlur
2.4.2016
11:00am
Troubled Japanese electronics maker Sharp plans to decide within a month between investment offers from Taiwanese company Hon Hai, also known as Foxconn, or a consortium of Japanese investors.
by Yuri Kageyama, AP Business Writer
2.4.2016
10:24am
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Microsoft researchers believe that the solution to ever-expanding demand for computing power could lie offshore.
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2.4.2016
10:05am
Former CIA and NSA Director, General Michael Hayden, talks about which cybersecurity threats scare him the most. He speaks with John Bussey at the 2016 CIO Network conference in Half Moon Bay, Calif.
by Wall Street Journal
2.4.2016
9:59am
Cisco Systems Inc. is buying Jasper Technologies for $1.4 billion in cash in a move to help its customers connect, automate and manage billions of Internet-connected devices ranging from cars to jet engines to implanted pacemakers.
by The Associated Press
2.4.2016
9:08am
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Dell Chairman and CEO Michael Dell comments on the state of the global economy.
by Bloomberg Business
2.3.2016
12:19pm
Here are the top selling vehicles in the U.S., the number sold and the percent change from January 2015.
2.3.2016
12:04pm
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