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A look at Google's patent for human flypaper to minimize injuries from self-driving vehicles.
5.23.2016
2:10pm
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Leading vendors such as Honeywell and Datalogic have increased their investment in the R&D of RFID devices. 
by Andrew Berg
5.23.2016
10:37am
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European aeronautics giant Airbus unveiled the 'Light Rider ' in Germany on Friday. Manufactured by its subsidiary APWorks, a specialist in additive layer manufacturing, the motorcycle uses hollow frame parts that contain the cables and pipes.
by The Associated Press
5.23.2016
10:20am
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When it comes to product development, nostalgia sells. Likewise, “what’s old is new again” also applies to the idea of product innovation as a means to boosting product margins. I’m happy to say that after taking a hiatus, product innovation may once...
by Marc Dahlgren, Ph.D.
5.23.2016
10:15am
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A look at an electronic material that self-heals and functions after being cut in half.
5.20.2016
9:46am
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HP this week announced what it called the world's first production-ready commercial 3D printer.
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5.20.2016
9:22am
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This Engineering Newswire looks at smoothing away wrinkles with a revolutionary material, keeping up with the action in sliding stadium seating and controlling a wheelchair through facial expressions.
by Product Design & Development
5.20.2016
9:21am
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Chuck Robbins, chief executive officer at Cisco, discusses the company's focus on its security business, how their switching business impacts growth goals and the one macroeconomic uncertainty that worries him the most.
by Bloomberg Business
5.20.2016
8:49am
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The number of people seeking U.S. jobless aid fell sharply last week, partially reversing two weeks of big gains that had raised concerns about rising layoffs.
by Christopher S. Rugaber, AP Economics Writer
5.20.2016
8:43am
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This chart illustrates the steady decline of Nokia's and Microsoft's mobile phone business.
by Felix Richter
5.19.2016
10:14am
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Proponents of driverless cars — led by Google's autonomous driving team — argue that the technology could make cars both safer and more efficient.
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5.19.2016
10:05am
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At this year’s Google I/O, Assistant got chattier and found its way into several new Google products: the messenger Allo and the Echo-like speaker Home. Android N also got some improvements and a mobile VR platform called Daydream.
by The Verge
5.19.2016
9:56am
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Once a collection of fishing enclaves next door to Hong Kong, Shenzhen has become the epicenter of China's manufacturing-driven miracle and is staking its future growth on finance, technology and culture.
by Kelvin Chan, AP Business Writer
5.19.2016
8:54am
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A look at a simpler way for non-engineers to program a robot.
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5.18.2016
12:51pm
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DuPont recently announced a packaging film that the chemical giant believes will bolster protection against counterfeiting.
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5.18.2016
10:56am
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Proactive companies are already aware of the coming shift and are already adapting to the coming change. Not only are they embracing the innovation with emerging technologies, but they're also investing in upskilling and reskilling existing employees.
by Brad Done
5.18.2016
10:50am
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Some seven months ago, British vacuum maker Dyson acquired a Michigan battery startup and touted its potential to increase the battery life of its cordless vacuums.
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5.18.2016
10:01am
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Bill Ford, executive chairman of Ford Motor Company, explains.
by Fortune
5.18.2016
9:35am
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Google is expected to dive deeper into virtual reality and artificial intelligence Wednesday during an annual conference that serves as a launching pad for its latest products and innovations.
by Michael Liedtke, AP Technology Writer
5.18.2016
8:46am
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Chinese appliance maker Midea made a takeover offer Wednesday for German industrial robot maker Kuka, a move that it says would help it capture a larger share of the "future service robots market."
by The Associated Press
5.18.2016
8:34am
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A look at how researchers combine RFID tags with paper to add smart functionality.
5.17.2016
10:50am
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When the supply chain is critical to your business, and information is critical to the supply chain, it’s hard to see how companies can manufacture success without an integrated, easy-to-use CRM.
by Anthony Smith
5.17.2016
10:41am
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Samsung believes that its smartwatches could one day become interactive projectors that allow wearers to magnify and utilize screens on their hand or forearm.
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5.17.2016
10:25am
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Ziro UI has created a modular robotics kit that is controlled entirely by the wave of your hand and fingers. Perfect for building yourself a new puppet friend.
by The Verge
5.17.2016
9:58am
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Huawei Technologies Ltd., which pulled out of the U.S. market for network switching gear four years ago due to security fears, became the No.3 global smartphone seller last year and passed Apple in China. This year, it launched a new flagship smartphone...
by Joe McDonald, AP Business Writer
5.17.2016
9:57am
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Start-up incubators are mushrooming all over China. Matt Rivers goes inside a $36 million, government-backed incubator that is home to over 300 startups all searching for the next big thing.
by CNNMoney
5.17.2016
9:03am
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A look at a force field that provides military tanks with some seriously cool invisible armor.
5.16.2016
11:06am
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Nonconforming product is an inevitable reality within the world of manufacturing. And while we may not be able to prevent nonconformity in its entirety, there are ways to minimize the impact by handling the problem efficiently.
by Amy Williams
5.16.2016
10:59am
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This chart shows the relative degree of importance of the following for Millenials when choosing a job.
by Niall McCarthy
5.16.2016
10:41am
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The dominant force in the global consumer drone market, China's DJI, says what comes next for the industry will be dictated more by consumers than manufacturers.
by CNNMoney
5.16.2016
10:29am
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A California federal appeals court ruling could have an impact on smart-gun technology, such as that developed by Armatix, and broad implications for how quickly President Barack Obama’s recent calls for more “smart guns” takes effect.
by Wall Street Journal
5.16.2016
8:20am
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An anti-counterfeiting group said Friday it was suspending Alibaba's membership following an uproar by some companies that view the Chinese e-commerce giant as the world's largest marketplace for fakes.
by Erika Kinetz & Desmond Butler, Associated Press
5.16.2016
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Here's a look at a five-fingered robot overcomes the biggest challenge facing similar tech around the world: dexterous manipulation.
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5.13.2016
12:59pm
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An ongoing investigation into Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal cleared top executives of "serious and manifest breaches of duty," the German automaker said this week.
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5.13.2016
11:10am
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Tim Francis, vice president and enterprise cyber lead at Travelers, talks about cyberattacks in manufacturing and what companies can do to protect themselves.
5.13.2016
10:42am
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When an influential anti-counterfeiting group allowed Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba to join its ranks in April, the group said it was a collaborative move that would help stem the sale of fake goods for top companies such as Apple, Nike and Procter...
by Erika Kinetz & Desmond Butler, Associated Press
5.13.2016
10:03am
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This Engineering Newswire looks at constructing the world’s tallest and longest tunnel slide, searching for treasure with a robo-mermaid and testing out a treacherous hoverbike.
by Product Design & Development
5.13.2016
9:53am
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The head of Germany's domestic intelligence agency has warned that Russia is being increasingly aggressive in its cyberwar activities.
by The Associated Press
5.13.2016
9:45am
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A look at how the humble honeybee could improve autonomous flying robots.
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5.12.2016
11:14am
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A massive explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant more than three years ago was caused by an intentionally set fire, law enforcement officials announced Wednesday.
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5.12.2016
10:53am
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