Automakers are working hard to make their vehicle offerings "smarter" through the implementation of a wide range of gadgets and technologies. HLN's Mario Armstrong gets to the bottomof what's behind the new gadgets you can now find behind the wheel.
January 18 is a date that will live in ignorance, as Wikipedia started a 24-hour blackout of its English-language articles.
One company that helped a former Halliburton Co. subsidiary bribe Nigerian officials to win more than $6 billion in construction contracts has pleaded guilty to federal charges and agreed to pay nearly $55 million in fines.
Internet giants including Yahoo, Facebook and AT&T will start using a new system of numerical addresses to connect users to websites from June 6.
The average age of a car or truck in the U.S. hit a record 10.8 years last year as job security and other economic worries kept many people from making big-ticket purchases such as a new car.
Some 3,100 exhibitors attended the show, and although there were plenty of mainstream technologies on display, the show attracted a fair share of off-beat gadgets.
John O'Shea was acquitted Tuesday in Houston by a judge's order, but other charges such as money laundering and conspiracy are pending.
The Northfield, Ill.-based food company said Tuesday that it plans to eliminate the positions throughout the U.S. and Canada during the coming year. The cuts will be made among its sales, corporate and other business units.
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A cost-of-ownership evaluation will often show that on-shore is just as competitive, if not more competitive, than going to a low-cost region.
One of the most notable challenges facing today's manufacturing industry is the need to fuel the innovation and production economy from start-up to scale-up.
The company that began advertising for an incredibly lifelike Steve Jobs doll won't sell the figurines after all because of pressure from family and Apple lawyers.
China appears on track to avoid an abrupt economic slowdown with possible global repercussions after growth eased to a still robust 8.9 percent in the last quarter of 2011.
The company's filings show Samuel Allen received compensation worth $16.6 million last year, up from $12.3 million in fiscal 2010.
The woman said she felt relief because was able to demolish the factory where her father died in a 1995 steam accident.
The Obama administration raised concerns Saturday about efforts in Congress that it said would undermine "the dynamic, innovative global Internet."
Airbus took in a record number of orders for new commercial aircraft last year as strong demand for its revamped single-aisle plane helped it best U.S. rival Boeing Co. in the race for orders for the fourth year running.
Intel is doing its best to reinvent the PC. Paul Otellini, CEO of Intel, says the company's ultrabook computers are more like consumer electronics than traditional PCs. He believes these devices will catch on in the very near future.
Siemens PLM Software and Frontal Software announced a partnership agreement allowing the companies to help clients accelerate their adoption of PLM solutions.
By deploying these Real Time Location Systems, process manufacturers now have a way to address the challenge of controlling access to sensitive areas in their open plant layouts from the day-to-day traffic patterns of people and equipment.