This episode examines the growing concerns manufacturers face in keeping connected devices secure, with projections taking machine-to-machine communication platforms impacting as many as 18 billion devices within the next five years.
Craft beer is one of the fastest growing segments of the alcoholic beverage industry. What started as a niche market has grown rapidly over the last two decades.
A few years ago Tristan Walker was one in a small group of African Americans making it in the world of tech, a sector known for its lack of diversity. Now he's onto his next challenge — building a company dedicated to creating health and beauty products for people of color.
Google has introduced Android TV, Android Auto and more wearable tech gadgets that take advantage of voice commands at this year's Google I/O conference.
Meet Ivy Ross, Google's choice to lead the Glass program. She has held executive positions ranging from head of product design and development to CMO, SVP, EVP and president with companies including Swatch, Coach, Mattel and Bausch and Lomb.
An unusual hybrid bike being developed in Durham, North Carolina could be the future of urban transportation, according to its creators.
The Fanzoj family has been producing guns for eight generations and now is bringing the classic tradition of collectible hunting guns to the 21st century with modern technology and innovative designs.
Take a closer look at the electric Harley-Davidson motorcycle. The company is giving its first electric motorcycle a road trip, stopping the environmentally friendly Hog in NYC as it looks for consumer feedback to expand sales beyond traditional customers.
At the first White House Maker Faire, young techies and inventors show off their inventions.
The Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet is as amazing as the name suggests. It provides a great driving experience, but it doesn't come cheap.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at 3D printing engagement rings, working to coordinate troops' positions, and testing computers to see if they can really think for themselves... they can.
The cool features in Amazon's new Fire smartphone are a 3D display and Firefly, which uses the phone's camera to scan items, making purchasing a whole lot easier.
American Apparel CEO Dov Charney founded the company, but a series of sexual harassment suits and poor stock performance have tainted his tenure.
Scientists in South Korea created an origami robot that can change its wheel size and shape to adapt to its terrain.
Researchers in Sweden have developed a method of freezing fresh vegetables that preserves their firmness and taste after defrosting. This method could allow farmers to freeze their produce for sale all year round.
The old fashioned farm hand is being replaced by a set of high-tech robots that clean, feed and milk dairy cows. Farmers can take a break and let the machines do the work.
Kelsey Mays takes a close look at the 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C, an ultra-light, two seater that will be available this month.
Stalker is a tool created by security researchers to show companies and individuals all the information they share when they connect to insecure public Wi-Fi.
South Korean auto-maker Hyundai says it has launched a new era of clean, hydrogen-fueled motoring in the US. In a high-profile ceremony, the company's first hydrogen fuel-cell car customer received the keys to his new Hyundai Tucson, but there are still challenges to be met before the technology becomes mainstream.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at the design of a DeltaWing 70 mpg road car, an autonomously landing Morpheus in the dark, and building a jet powered flying car — that tops out at 550 mph.