In this episode of MBT’s Manufacturing Newswire, remaking American security, Amazon eyes the smartphone market, and a blow to the nation’s labor unions. We’ll also updated you on Window’s Blue, take a brief look at the uncertainty in U.S. manufacturing, and the liability surrounding 3-D printed guns.
Dell and Intel experts discuss where cloud computing began, where it is now, and what...
CEO Bob McDonald wants Procter & Gamble to move to a zero waste production environment. The...
Garment factory owners struggle to shake off the stigma of poor working conditions after the tragic collapse of a rented facility that was not equipped for factory use. Garment workers now question how safe they are at their own factory jobs.
Startups are looking past the smartphone and creating innovative tech hardware to solve unexpected problems. Companies can now build hardware, like they once built software, moving this trend forward. CNN Money tech correspondent, Laurie Segall, reports.
Apple's legendary profit margins may be challenged if the firm releases its long-rumored low-end iPhone later this year. But the ones really feeling the pinch will be its suppliers. Apple does none of its own production and relies on Asia's contract makers - the biggest of the bunch being Foxconn. Foxconn draws an estimated 60 to 70 percent of its business from work commissioned by Apple.
While the benefits of server virtualization at the corporate data center are receiving a great deal of attention, its ability to address lifecycle management issues may make virtualization even more compelling at the manufacturing plant, since implementing virtualization in manufacturing environments moves the technology into the business- and mission-critical realm. But do manufacturers fully grasp the risk versus reward?
An inside look at BMW's North American design lab, where the company works on everything from cars to coffee makers. Designworks is an independent creative agency owned by BMW that is always working on the next generation of cars.
More young Americans, 16-34, are choosing to take public transit, walk or decide not to spend the money for an automobile, and that has car companies concerned. Major automotive companies are now tasked with understanding this trend and how to entice this group to make a purchase. NBC's Chris Clackum reports.
ABC News' Joanna Stern shares what life is like behind Google's connected glasses. With 16 gigabytes of storage, a 5 megapixal camera, Bluetooth radio and more, Google Glass is making it's debut into the real world.
Scott Paul, executive director at Alliance For American Manufacturing and Bloomberg political analyst Matt Dowd discuss the state of manufacturing in the United States. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Hutchinson Manufacturing Inc., in Hutchinson, Minn., is celebrating their 60th year in business. Tom Daggett, president of Hutchinson Manufacturing, talks about the company his father started in 1953 and what it has lined up for the future.
A robotic pharmacy at the UCSF Medical Center could be the next big thing for hospitals. The robot counts, dispenses and packages pills with perfect accuracy. Doctors at the Medical Center say the machine has been a game-changer – eliminating errors and mistakes.
We've seen a number of concept cars from Audi, but when will we be able get behind the wheel of a fully plug-in electric car from Audi? Audi of America president Scott Keogh talks about Audi's technological breakthroughs in plug-in and self-driving vehicles.
In this episode of MBT’s Manufacturing Newswire, a lab to train the next generation of manufacturing engineers and designers, the answer to those flickering florescent tube lights, and delayed food safety reforms. We’ll also look at a brief look at the future of localized manufacturing, the latest manufacturing numbers, Microsoft’s plans for the future of Windows and unveil the airplane of the future.
BMW's South Carolina factory goes green, by producing more than 40 percent of its energy on site, and gaining recognition from the EPA. BMW's changes makes more money and increases efficiency at the facility. NBC's Chris Clackum reports.
As machines take on more jobs, many find themselves out of work or with raises indefinitely postponed. Is this the end of growth? No, says Erik Brynjolfsson -- it’s simply the growing pains of a radically reorganized economy. A riveting case for why big innovations are ahead of us … if we think of computers as our teammates. Be sure to watch the opposing viewpoint from Robert Gordon.
In just a few years, Nick Woodman, 37, transformed his unlikely surfer's fantasy invention into the GoPro, one of the world's best-selling cameras. He talks to E!'s Jason Kennedy about turning his dream of capturing cool action footage into a reality.