In this episode, solar highway panels, a NASA robot and Tesla's call to action.
When researchers at two West Coast universities took control of a General Motors car through cellular and Bluetooth connections in 2010, they startled the auto industry by exposing a glaring security gap.
General Electric on Thursday announced plans to provide cloud services for industrial data and analytics.
Mazda is recalling its biggest SUV to fix suspension parts that can rust and come loose, causing a loss of steering control.
Every new Ford vehicle will soon come equipped with a unique safety feature: a screen to prevent spiders from taking up residence under the hood.
Google's ultra-fast Internet service is coming to San Antonio, the largest city yet to be promised the opportunity to accelerate the speed of their online access.
A Milwaukee-area manufacturer faces penalties of more than $200,000 after two separate incidents in which workers lost parts of their fingers.
Looking for more dynamic ways to communicate with customers — particularly millennials — spirits producers are increasingly tapping into the virtual world to cross the digital divide between their message and your mouth.
A new forecast expects the global market for savory snacks to increase by nearly 50 percent by 2020.
Federal regulators have approved a long-delayed rule requiring companies to reveal the pay gap between CEOs and their employees.
The industrial manufacturing sector saw increased merger activity in the second quarter, according to the latest Assembling Value report from PwC U.S.
"Humans Need Not Apply" author Jerry Kaplan discusses the future for humanity in a world filled with robots.
Diageo Chief Marketing Officer Syl Saller oversees a portfolio of more than 400 brands including Johnnie Walker, Guinness and Smirnoff.
Jefferson Graham breaks down some of the cool new features in Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system.
As manufacturers begin to see multiple changes across the manufacturing industry, such as the increasing talent shortage, the increased reliance on technology will become apparent — from automation to replace employee labor to the ability to identify and manage exceptions throughout a manufacturing process.
The company that makes car radios that friendly hackers exploited to take control of a Jeep Cherokee says its other infotainment systems don't have the same security flaw.
Kellogg says its U.S. breakfast foods division saw another decline in quarterly sales but that trends in the cereal category were improving.
A federal appeals court reduced a judgment against chipmaker Marvell Technology by more than $1.25 billion, but still says the company owes Carnegie Mellon University $278 million for patent infringement.
These days it seems whatever can be burned to power a car, heat a home, make electricity or ship people and goods around the globe is being sold at bargain basement prices.
Since a surprise takeover in 2012 by German automaker Volkswagen, Italian sports bike maker Ducati has enjoyed an era of much-needed financial stability that it has ridden to record sales.