Manufacturing activity in New York state contracted in August at the fastest pace since the Great Recession, pulled down by sharp declines in new orders and shipments.
Faulty equipment at a northwestern Indiana oil refinery jolted gas prices throughout the Midwest in recent days.
Chinese computer manufacturer Lenovo has been caught secretly installing proprietary software on Windows PCs again, only this time, it appears to be near-impossible to remove.
This Engineering Newswire looks at throwing flames with the XMatter, flying the world’s largest plane and getting a real explanation for how Lexus’ hoverboard works.
Tesla Motors has boosted the size of its stock offering to nearly 2.7 million shares, which will raise about $642 million for the company. Matt Miller examines Tesla's auto business in relation to its other endeavors.
Probabilistic systems have traditionally had challenges around the theoretical and practical problems of data acquisition and representation. The next step is to understand what is happening at each stage of the supply chain and at all inventory locations rather than taking a simple 'whole inventory' view.
Wheaties says it is partnering with a craft brewery to create a limited-edition beer.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC on Thursday announced plans to lay off 15 percent of its workforce — or about 2,300 people — amid weak demand and sales in China.
Google's latest Chromebook laptop will be specially designed for corporate customers in an effort to get more workers off machines powered by Microsoft's dominant Windows software.
Syngenta officials this week broke ground on a $20 million expansion of its seed treatment research facility in Stanton, Minnesota.
U.S. steelmakers cautioned this week that China's decision to devalue its currency could result in substantial problems for an already embattled industry.
Motorola Mobility says it's cutting 500 jobs at its Chicago headquarters, about a quarter of its workforce.
General Motors is recalling 73,424 Chevrolet Cobalt small cars in the U.S. and Canada because improper wiring could prevent the roof-mounted driver's side airbag from deploying after a crash.
Prices charged by producers rose more slowly in July, reflecting declines in both food and energy.
A new study by Illinois researchers estimates that reduced federal gasoline blending standards would produce the same impact on carbon emissions as nearly one million additional passenger vehicles.
The report asks: How will companies use 3D printing over the next couple years?
Pernod Ricard is doubling down with Absolut Elyx in a quest to dethrone Grey Goose.
When Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus was founded in 2013, critics doubted that people would buy its flagship phone, OnePlus One. But co-founder Carl Pei found an unconventional way to help the company survive.
In this episode, a smarter showerhead and an IoT super pact.
Symantec will sell its Veritas information management business for $8 billion in cash with plans to funnel proceeds back into its main line of work, cybersecurity, and to buy back shares.