Two Wisconsin sausage companies have settled their legal battle over who can call their product a "backyard brat."
Automotive startup Local Motors has been teasing us with 3D printed vehicles for a while now. Now the company has pulled back the curtain on the LM3D swim, the first 3D-printed car designed for mass production.
In this episode, a shape-shifting robot that can perform a variety of tasks.
Scientists in the U.K. are using miniature loudspeakers to lift and move tiny beads. In future, they hope to deploy this tractor beam-like technology in the human body.
While using RFID to track capital assets such as machinery and tools has proven benefits, some forward-thinking manufacturing and research facilities have also begun using RFID to comprehensively manage assets to achieve even more ROI.
The Supreme Court appeared likely Tuesday to sustain a multimillion dollar judgment against Tyson Foods Inc. in a pay dispute with more than 3,000 workers at a pork-processing plant in Iowa.
Two environmental groups say they are worried about the safety of railroad bridges because inspection reports generally aren't public, and railroads take care of their own bridges.
Microsoft says it will use data centers inside Germany to store German customers' data amid ongoing concerns over privacy.
GE Transportation has announced a $2.6 billion deal to manufacture 1,000 locomotives for India Railways, just days after announcing it will lay off 1,500 union workers at its northwestern Pennsylvania operations.
Budweiser maker Anheuser-Busch InBev says it has finalized the terms of a $107 billion takeover of SABMiller that will combine the planet's two biggest brewers and create a company that makes almost a third of the beer consumed worldwide.
Obama says Beth Cobert has already taken steps to boost cybersecurity and improve the way government serves the public.
U.S. aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney doesn't just have a booth at this year's Dubai Airshow. The company takes up two chalets outside the main exhibition hall alongside other aviation and defense giants like Boeing, Airbus, Lockheed Martin and Raytheon.
In this episode, Scotland will soon host the world’s largest floating wind farm.
This week, Land Rover unveiled its tiny crossover convertible SUV with a fabric roof that deploys in 18 seconds.
As 3D printing technologies continue to grow, it allows the aerospace industry to lower costs and production time. At the Dubai Air Show, U.S. and Israeli company Stratasys unveiled the largest 3D printed unmanned aerial vehicle.
Doing business in today’s global supply chain has become a complex challenge. International regulations, global distribution channels and evolving customer requirements are becoming the norm, and companies are starting to recognize labeling as a mission–critical component of the supply chain.
A federal bankruptcy judge has ruled that people suing General Motors over faulty ignition switches can seek punitive damages that could cost the company millions of dollars or more.
The world's biggest networks provider, Ericsson, has announced a strategic partnership with another industry leader, Cisco, to create "networks of the future."
Owners of 482,000 diesel Volkswagens and Audis in the U.S. are eligible for $1,000 in gift cards and vouchers as the automaker strives to placate customers dismayed by an emissions-rigging scandal.
A British chemical engineering group said this week that serious accidents in the U.S. chemical and processing industries resulted in 85 fatalities and more than 600 serious injuries in 2014.