This summer's fashion "must have" isn't so new at all. Birkenstocks are back and bigger than ever. Birkenstock USA managing director and CEO David Kahan discusses the revival of the classic footwear.
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Amazon's new Fire phone uses tweaks to the Android operating system and some innovative features to set it apart from smartphones from the likes of Apple and Samsung.
Apple was awarded a patent yesterday for an electronic smartwatch that is possibly named iTime.
The U.S. Marines recently tested out a prototype version of the Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector in the waters off of Oahu, Hawaii. The new vehicle is expected to be the next generation of ship-to-shore transport for the U.S. Navy, and can carry a payload of almost 200 tons.
Bridget Carey, senior editor for C-net.com, shows off Google products on the horizon. The tech giant will be introducing new phones, free wifi, self-driving cars and even contact lenses.
European aerospace manufacturer Airbus says its pioneering use of a 3D printed titanium bracket in its A350-XWB aircraft could herald a new future for aerospace production.
William Welch heads to Willow Springs Raceway to test drive the new Porsche Macan.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at going autonomous with army caravans, seeing the world without any windows and 3D printing on the fly.
Zelectric is bringing vintage VW Bugs into the 21st century, turning the gas-fueled classics into modern day electric vehicles.
The administrator of the General Motors victim compensation fund, Ken Feinberg, explains the challenges of collecting evidence on years-old crashes.
A Canadian startup, Thalmic Labs, have developed an armband that uses sensor to measure motion and electrical activity in arm muscles to translate into computer commands.
Microsoft has confirmed it will cut up to 18,000 jobs over the next year, in part to make the company more competitive.
It will be General Motors CEO Mary Barra's fourth time in front of a congressional panel as legislators try to get to the bottom of an ignition switch defect that cost at least 13 lives.
The PC may be back, at least according to the latest comments from computer chip maker Intel.
Pete Tucci was on his way to the major leagues until a career ending injury. His wife's instincts got him back into the game he loves through their mom-and-pop business, Tucci Lumber.
Japan is leading the robot revolution with realistic androids and humanoids that can help care for aging parents, console individuals after a stressful day or even watch over kids.
Airbus is revamping its A330 model to reduce fuel consumption and take on the Dreamliner.
Dodge Challenger SRT with an optional Hellcat V8 supercharged engine will have 707 horsepower, most of any factory produced cars. Bragging rights included.
Intel announced it's established a new group focused on setting the standard for the "Internet of Things," which will compete with an alliance already created by Qualcomm. The group aims to establish how household items will connect to each other.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at redressing a McLaren street car for the race track, making the virtual supercar a reality, and making dragons out of motorcycles with Orange County Choppers.
The Blackphone offers a higher level of privacy than other smartphones. CEO Toby Weir-Jones explains some of the security-conscious features.