A race-worthy Corvette, a sumptuous Mercedes C-Class and other glitzy new models caught the eye at this year's North American International Auto Show, but larger trends in the auto industry were also on display. Ford's aluminum-clad F-150 shows us that automakers are figuring out how to improve fuel economy and still give Americans the big vehicles they want.
Sandwiched in this lens are two twinkling glitter-specks loaded with tens of thousands of miniaturized transistors. It's ringed with a hair-thin antenna. Together these remarkable miniature electronics can monitor glucose levels in tears of diabetics and then wirelessly transmit them to a handheld device.
Two Colorado cantaloupe farmers who pleaded guilty to charges related to a deadly listeria outbreak in 2011 are asking a federal judge for probation, saying jail time for them is excessive because justice has been served with the federal government's imposition of new food guidelines.
In his final public appearance as chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke took a moment to reflect on the 2008 financial crisis and compared it to a very bad car crash.
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency is denying Republican claims that the agency delayed formal publication of rules intended to limit carbon pollution from new power plants for political reasons.
Pleora Technologies, the world's leading supplier of high-performance video interfaces, today introduced new external frame grabbers that help imaging system manufacturers and integrators reduce costs, simplify cabling, and speed time-to-market by converting Sony block cameras into GigE Vision 2.0™ or USB3 Vision™ cameras.
A judge in the town that's home to Goodyear has thrown out a lawsuit filed by French workers trying to save their tire-making jobs at a plant that has become a symbol of their country's labor tensions.
A federal judge declined to reduce a $1.17 billion patent infringement verdict that Carnegie Mellon University won against a California technology firm in 2012.
A U.S. woman goes to court Thursday to fight what appears to be the first citation for wearing Google Glass, the computer-embedded glasses, while driving.
The world's third-largest maker of civilian commercial aircraft had said the plane would be ready for service later this year but now says it will be the second half of 2015.
Shareholders in Delcam today voted to accept the offer made by Autodesk to acquire the company. The acquisition is expected to be completed during February.
The Kia GT4 Stinger, Toyota FT-1, Audi Allroad Shooting Brake and the VW Dune concept cars stirred up a lot of buzz at the Detroit Auto Show.
The president discusses a new North Carolina "manufacturing hub" that he hopes will spread innovation nationwide.
Mark Reuss, President, GM North America discusses why electric cars are crucial to GM.
The second machine age is all about automating cognitive work, explains Erik Brynjolfsson, MIT professor, discussing how the dawn of the new technological revolution is transforming the world we live in.
Companies put a lot of energy into their 'cool' new products at the Consumer Electronics show, but these just don't make the cut.
Federal officials filed a formal complaint Wednesday charging that Wal-Mart violated the rights of workers who took part in protests and strikes against the company. The National Labor Relations Board says Wal-Mart illegally fired, disciplined or threatened more than 60 employees in 14 states for participating in legally protected activities to complain about wages and working conditions at the nation's largest retailer.
The company responsible for the chemical spill in West Virginia moved its chemicals to a plant nearby, but state inspectors said Wednesday that facility also did not have adequate safeguards to prevent a spill.
A federal jury ruled Wednesday that medical device maker Medtronic infringed on a patent held by Edwards Lifesciences and ordered Medtronic to pay its competitor about $390 million in damages.