Jonathan Downey, founder and CEO of Airware, is focusing his startup on designing hardware, software and data storage for commercial drones.
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This Engineering Newswire, looks at testing firing the F-35's Gatling gun, diagnosing depression with smartphones and reconnecting with Pluto.
In this episode, designing “smart” factories of the future, indestructible tablets and securing your car from hackers.
All Solar Lights CEO Paul Hitchens discusses bringing solar lighting solutions to some of the poorest and most remote communities on Earth.
Peter Valdes-Dapena test drives a pair of big money convertibles: the new Ferrari California T and a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé. Because if you can afford one luxury car, you can probably afford two.
High-end yoga pants purveyor Lululemon is getting into the beer business with it's own special craft brew.
A look at the impact of the newly founded Amazon Business on industrial distributors.
Thanks to accessible 3D printing companies like Shapeways, DIY hobbyists can turn their designs into 3D objects and sell them online. And that’s raising serious questions about intellectual property rights for some companies.
In this episode, Tesla may be facing serious competition soon, a hitchhiking robot and the latest on rail safety.
McKinsey & Co Principal Dominik Wee discusses the future for driverless cars.
Trek’s Global Director of Continuous Improvement discusses trends within the industry.
While smartphone apps may make life a little more convenient, there are concerns over their security. Javier Aguera is co-founder of Blackphone, which has been praised for its tough encryption and hack-proof reputation.
The often-maligned canned meat, a staple for GIs during World War II, has become a beloved part of the Hawaiian diet, from burgers to sushi.
Electrolux CEO Keith McLoughlin discusses the economic outlook in various regions impacting sales and U.S. regulators looking at a possible acquisition of GE appliances.
The GSMA wants to do away with the SIM card standard for your cell phone, meaning it soon could be easier to swap carriers whenever you want.
This Engineering Newswire looks at making 3D projected images touch-interactive, challenging Japan to a giant robot battle and taking seven giant leaps closer to interstellar travel.
The June smart oven recognizes your food, determines how it should be cooked and texts you when it's ready.
Cory Johnson breaks down Intel and where the company focus is at.
Xiaomi's Vice President of Global Operations Hugo Barra discusses being accused of copying Apple's iPhone design.
You've likely never heard of the Bristol Fighter, much less ever seen one. Here's a rare look at one of the coolest cars you've never heard of.
Nancy Giles learns there is nothing plain vanilla about some of the ice cream flavors that are being concocted for hip, discerning palates. Bacon ice cream, anyone?