It's a crucial test for General Motors CEO Mary Barra, as she heads to Washington to answer questions about the recall of 2.6 million vehicles. She's tried to turn this public relations nightmare around, but will it be enough?
At San Quentin State Prison, entrepreneurial convicts develop business ideas as part of the prison's tech incubator.
The mystery of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 will mark a turning point in how future commercial aircraft will be tracked and monitored.
Today on Engineering Newswire: Creating nanoscale fingerprints; building a fully-functional desktop human; and building a fleet of half drone, half satellite StratoBuses.
BlackBerry shares have enjoyed a solid start to 2014. But the stock fell Thursday after being downgraded to a 'sell.' With lackluster quarterly results expected Friday, is time running out for John Chen to turn around the company?
Swiss concept car firm Rinspeed is showing off its latest prototype vehicle, a driverless car it says represents the future of transportation.
Researchers have created a gel that changes color as food spoils. This technology could revolutionize how we track the safety of our food, as well as how the sensors could reduce food waste.
The BMW 535d doesn't drive like a traditional diesel. It performs just like its gas-powered brethren, but with fuel savings to spare.
A new application called PINgrid is reinventing the password using shapes instead of numbers.
Take a spin around the globe with GE as they highlight five manufacturing technologies GE researchers are developing.
3D Robotics CEO and Co-Founder Chris Anderson shows off the Iris, an insect-like drone that's rigged with a leveling arm for a GoPro camera.
Tuft and Needle is betting it can apply tech lessons to building a cheaper and more comfortable mattress.
An Internet community provides the R&D necessary to bring new ideas to the marketplace. Serena Altschul reports form the offices of Quirky.com.
Worksman Cycles has been making industrial tricycles and consumer bicycles for more than 100 years in New York City.
The Poseidon P8 is designed to hunt submarines, but the Navy is using the aircraft to locate wreckage from the missing Malaysian Airlines flight.
Reily Foods Company uses Microsoft Dynamics AX ERP software, implemented by Edgewater Fullscope, for usability, flexibility and support of unique food manufacturing needs. With Microsoft Dynamics AX, Reily is able to have real-time access to data, plus the information it needs to support safety and sustainability practices, including traceability for product recalls.
This episode of Engineering Newswire talks about breaking world records with Legos, checking up on spoiled food without smelling it, and using lobsters to find bombs.
Hackers have installed snooping technology on a UAV and sent it flying around London.
Take a look at Google's new Android Wear initiative.