3D printer manufacturer MakerBot has created a $1400 digitizer that can scan objects in 3D.
New technology is making the driver's seat look more like an office chair, making the dashboard into your computer. Car companies say these improvements are helping them stay competitive.
Microsoft unveiled the Surface 2, a revamped tablet that features improved battery life, speed and a higher resolution screen.
BlackBerry has entered into a letter of intent with a consortium led by Fairfax Financial. JJ Burns, president and CEO of JJ Burns & Company, discusses how to play the news.
Intel has created a robot that can be customized to the individual owner's needs that will cost well under $1,000. Intel futurist Brian David Johnson discusses this remarkable scientific achievement.
A collaboration between French company Induct and a Singapore university aims to replace conventional shuttle buses with a driverless, electric alternative. The teams are currently testing the vehicle on a two kilometer test route virtually devoid of other traffic, but hope eventually to increase its range.
NASA is using 3D printing technology to build complicated rocket components faster and cheaper.
A massive solar project in the Mojave Desert will hook up to the power grid this weekend, and could start supplying electricity to homes by the end of the year. The plant has 170,000 heliostats, each with the capacity to power one home.
The new Z30 smartphone brings BlackBerry 10 to the big screen for a richer, more powerful experience.
Pfizer, which sells products in 175 markets around the world and has more than 300 external suppliers, operates its supply chain in the cloud to be more agile, flexible and scalable in its operations. With an expansive supply chain footprint, the cloud minimizes the complexity of managing the hundreds of suppliers involved in supporting Pfizer's six business units by putting all parties on the same informational page.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt says it costs about the same to manufacture customized products like the Moto X phone in America as it does in Asia.
Chattanooga, Tenn., beat out 400 other cities to be the home of a new VW plant, which created jobs for 2,500 people. Jessica Davis is one of the workers who belong to the manufacturing middle class America is trying to rebuild.
Industrial Automation North America made its debut as a co-located show with IMTS in 2012. It will make its return in 2014, showcasing the best in process, factory, and building automation. Larry Turner, President & CEO of Hannover Fairs USA, explains why they have decided to bring the Industrial Automation NA and MDA NA to IMTS 2014 and what you can expect to see there.
Xiaomi founder Lei Jun is running an innovative technology giant in China, but he's quick to point out the differences from Apple.
Tata Jaguar plans to sell 250 C-X75 electric hybrid sports super cars which go from 0 to 100 mph in under six seconds.
Cliff Waldman, senior economist with MAPI, discusses his research of an advanced manufacturing strategy for the American South. A new report finds that the implementation of advanced manufacturing in the American South could help the region realize its economic potential and make a vital contribution to an industry-led strategy for a revival in U.S. economic fortunes.
A look at the Moto X smartphone now being manufactured out of a new facility in Fort Worth, Texas.
Daimler has unveiled its much anticipated self-driving Mercedes Benz at the Frankfurt International car show. The auto maker has been making incremental improvements to its autonomous technology, saying the car, driving with limited autonomy, performed well on a recent 100 km test drive through Germany. Daimler plans to have a fully autonomous vehicle available to consumers by 2020.
Apple announced Tuesday that their new models, the 5C and the 5S, will use a fingerprint scan instead of a passcode. Editor of Fast Company Robert Safian joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the implications of the new technology.