An electrical engineer with a doctorate degree from Stanford University has asked U.S. safety regulators to investigate low-speed unintended acceleration in Toyota and Lexus automobiles.
German scientists developed a new ultra-thin material that could provide another option for replacing silicon in electronic devices.
Microsoft announced a series of new tech developments for businesses at its Worldwide Partner Conference in Orlando on Monday, including a new system designed to help employees immediately identify and address necessary changes.
The problem of exploding airbags could be widening beyond Japanese manufacturer Takata Corp.
Prominent names head to the bargaining table as contracts with thousands of union workers prepare to expire.
Global food prices last month slid to their lowest levels since September of 2009, according to the latest analysis by the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization.
General Motors will announce Tuesday that it's spending more than $1 billion on a huge expansion of its SUV factory in Arlington, Texas.
Americans cut back their spending at stores and restaurants last month, a sign that they remain cautious despite robust job growth in the past year.
The German automaker Audi brought an RS7 to Sonoma Raceway to show just how far autonomous driving has come, lapping the track solo at upwards of 150 mph.
Bartesian is just like a Keurig, but for mixed drinks. Can it compete with a real bartender?
Elizabeth Gore, entrepreneur-in-residence at Dell, discusses Dell’s initiative to support entrepreneurs in creating jobs throughout the world.
Could 3D printing be the catalyst for the next set of major innovations in manufacturing?
Although sales of Fitbit and other fitness trackers are strong, many of their owners lose enthusiasm for them once the novelty of knowing how many steps they've taken wears off.
A Dutch roadway embedded with solar panels is exceeding initial expectations for power generation.
The upgraded operating system will allow users to switch seamlessly between personal computers, tablets, smartphones and other gadgets.
The snack and beverage maker said last Thursday that revenue rose for each of its Frito-Lay North America and PepsiCo Americas Beverages units during the second quarter, despite flat volume.
U.S. wholesalers boosted their stockpiles in May by the largest amount in six months, while sales rose by a modest amount.
The last flight for US Airways will take place this fall, and one more name in airline history will disappear.
Fiat Chrysler is adding more than 88,000 Dodge Challengers to a recall of cars with potentially faulty Takata airbags.
This Engineering Newswire looks at exploring the moon with Audi, shedding new light on solar energy in the dark and building a bulletproof … car seat.