The Pieter Schelte is a cross between a ship and a giant robot. It has eight arms that can latch onto an oil platform and pull it onto the ship.
Campbell Soup CEO Denise Morrison says, 'The American family has changed... so food has to be...
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at redefining fusion with a 100-megawatt concept reactor,...
Ed Baig interviews HP executive Steve Nigro about the company's new HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printer.
The AeroMobil 3.0 is the latest prototype flying car that its makers hope will revolutionize the transport industry. The upgraded model has significant improvements to the previous prototype, with a top groundspeed of 124 mph and a flight travel range of about 435 miles.
Sony was once a symbol of Japan's golden age, but now the tech company is struggling. Will Ripley takes a look at Sony's game plan to make a comeback.
Go inside the largest automotive battery lab in the world, where engineers designed the battery pack for the new Chevy Volt.
A battle line has been drawn between Tesla Motors and the state of Michigan. It started after the state's governor signed legislation that effectively bans the electric car maker from doing business there.
Chris Woodyard takes a look at the six vehicles that Consumer Reports magazine says are giving their owners the most trouble.
Twenty percent of adults in the U.S. already own a wearable device — and that number is quickly expected to rise, according to a new report by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, a craftsman is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life by recycling them into electric guitars that are gaining a niche fan base worldwide.
Ferrari is making six "invite-only" super cars that are available only to the most elite car lovers. Alanna Petroff looks at the brand's drive to feed demand for unique, high-end vehicles.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at inverting EV inverters, attempting to destroy an industrial keyboard, and carrying a classified payload to space in a Boeing UAV.
Engineers at Google believe email is outdated and has not evolved to reflect our changing needs. Now Google is trying to make email more efficient with a new app called "Inbox."
The California-based company has been focused on quality over quantity for over a decade. Every batch of coffee they serve is tested and evaluated, just like fine wine.
Peter Valdes-Dapena takes the $2 million Pagani Huayra for a spin on a racetrack to test if it's worth the ambitious price tag.
Maker's Mark COO Rob Samuels discusses the boom in the bourbon business.
Inspired by the way a chameleon changes its color to disguise itself, scientists in Poland want to replace traditional camouflage paint with thousands of electrochromic plates that will continuously change color to blend with its surroundings.
Everyday workers, leaders and local community members in South Carolina provide a nuanced perspective on China’s investment in U.S. factories and its promising impact on the economy.
The Chinese drank 11 billion liters of Baijiu last year, making it the most consumed spirit by volume. After suffering a significant loss in revenue, Sichuan Swellfun CEO Jim Rice is hoping a new approach will reinvigorate the business.
As more and more Bluetooth-enabled devices are reaching consumers, developers are busy connecting them together as part of the Internet of Things.
Last week Trinity Industries Inc., a manufacturer of U.S. highway guardrails, went to court over allegations that it changed its design to save on manufacturing costs and never informed authorities of the change — raising safety concerns. The jury determined the company should have told the government about the design change.
Three of the top names in professional golf are now in the beer business. Freddie Jacobson, Keegan Bradley and Graeme McDowell will launch a series of easy-drinking craft beers through their new company, GolfBeer Brewing Co.