United Technologies Corp. is among 13 recipients of federal Energy Department funding to come up with a natural gas tank for cars.
Congress cannot fail to resolve the looming budget crisis, according to an analysis released Tuesday.
The EU is looking at whether Microsoft has kept the antitrust commitments it made in 2009, and warned that penalties for non-compliance would be "severe."
The company says a weak weld can cause the seat backs to come loose in a crash, increasing the risk of injury.
Google's latest signature Android tablet may be powerful and equipped with several quality features, but the company is barely making a profit on it. It currently sells for $199 and costs $184 to make.
This total, as reported by companies participating in the USMTO program, was up 14.5% from April and up 19.0% when compared with the total of $398.10 million reported for May 2011.
It seems like the closer technology intends to bring us together, the farther it actually drives us apart.
Cindy Jutras, founder of Mint Jutras, LLC, has profiled SYSPRO’s recently announced powerful offerings for the SMB marketplace – SYSPRO Point of Sale and SYSPRO App Store – in a recent blog, “Changing the Way Products are Bought and Sold.”
noaxx Technologies offers an upgraded industrial computer. According to the company, it can be used in temperatures down to -30°C (-22°F).
Futuris will use SDE, the first-ever seat design software application that addresses the entire seat engineering process, to streamline the process for creating flat patterns, trim costing and manufacturing documentation.
The funding will be used to expand the company’s sales and services teams in Europe and accelerate development of its sales channel in the Asia/Pacific region.
Speakers are now being sought for the Automate 2013 conference in Chicago, January 21-24, 2013, according to the Association for Advancing Automation (A3), the primary sponsor of the Automate 2013 event.
Just days after the U.S. eased key sanctions on Myanmar, General Electric became the first American company to invest in the former pariah state.
The project kicked off in 2006, but numerous issues have repeatedly pushed back the South Dakota plant's opening.
It's just another problem for RIM, which has been struggling with plummeting sales and declining market share.