MINI of BMW Group partnered with Qualcomm to create an augmented reality experience. The prototype — which uses aviator-type goggles and a specially outfitted MINI — is focused on safety and making the driver experience more fun.
The Smokio e-cigarette pairs with an app on your phone to keep track of how much you smoke, and...
Jeff Bloch, also known as "Speedy Cop", is a Washington D.C. police officer who's been building...
As the soda market flattens, Cristina Alesci explains why Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are trying to attract health-conscience millennials with ready-to-drink teas.
This Engineering Newswire looks at starting up the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator, grabbing objects with a giant tongue gripper and playing dodgeball with a bipedal robot.
At Jaguar's state-of-the-art innovation center, concepts become cars in a virtual world before a single piece of metal needs to be cast.
Steven Bock heads up Shinola, but it’s not the shoeshine Shinola your grandfather remembers. They are a unique company that does make high-end products, which has chosen Detroit as the place to hang their corporate hat.
Astronaut Barry Wilmore aboard the International Space Station, engineers and scientists are turning to 3D printing as a way to build tools, spare parts, and one day, perhaps, even shelters for space colonists.
One vision of the future of industry could mean fewer workers, more machines and full automation.
Ramy Inocencio visits Witricity, a company that's making breakthroughs in wireless charging.
3D printing pioneers say their technology can return us to our pre-industrial roots, where customized designs trump mass production.
Oregon-based Ninkasi Brewing Company just released 'Ground Control,' a beer made with yeast that's been sent to space and back.
After disrupting the packaging industry with a line of fully biodegradable mushroom packaging, Ecovative Design is now setting their sights on replacing manufactured wood products.
Meet the robots inspiring manufacturers at the Hannover Messe — the world's biggest industrial fair.
Cybercriminals will exploit vulnerabilities in new technology as they figure out how to make money from such activities, say a group of security experts.
As the drought in California enters a fourth year, consumers across the country could pay the price at the supermarket
This Engineering Newswire looks at controlling headlights with our eyes, learning how the bench top factory will change our lives, and building kinetic sculptures with the new Rube Goldberg.
Luxury automakers are pushing the limits of high-end automobiles with the latest trend delivering vehicles with a purchase price topping out at more than $1 million.
In this day and age, due to such aggressive attacks by hackers, every company should assume that they have been or will be hacked. Activate founder Michael Wolf discusses cybersecurity in the wake of the Heartbleed bug and recent company hack attacks.
The Galaxy S6 is estimated to cost Samsung $50 more per phone to make than the iPhone 6 costs Apple.
Ford Motor Company revealed new models at the New York International Auto Show. CEO Mark Fields talks about what to expect from the company.
General Motors' new Teen Driver monitoring system can track your child's speed and give you a driving report card. But can it track adults as well?