Word of Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's planned retirement sent shock waves through the tech and business community. And on the Internet, users flocked to YouTube to relive the flamboyant CEO's most infamous moments.
Google isn't just leading the development of technology that allows cars to drive themselves. The tech giant is also a driving force in writing the rules of the road for autonomous automobiles.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at designing hyperspectral sensors, creating little lenses for security cameras and making a real Iron Man suit for U.S. Special Forces.
Lockheed Martin imagines a world where you can 3D print a full-size cargo plane or quickly produce a body part to save someone's life. Take a look at how they're embracing advanced manufacturing.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests 24 large and midsize vehicles equipped with systems to help prevent or limit front crash danger.
The Atlanta High Museum of Art's 'Dream Cars' exhibit showcases futuristic concept cars from the past.
The cars are a natural next step for Google, which already has driven hundreds of thousands of miles in California with Lexus SUVs and Toyota Priuses outfitted with a combination of sensors and computers.
Despite a series of recent data compromises, many still use easy-to-remember combinations, which are easy to steal. Thumbprints and eye scanners have been tried as alternatives, but with little success. One Chicago company charges customers to use military-grade encryption that safeguards passwords to personal data.
The success of Tesla has inspired other independent American car makers. Paul Elio, founder of Elio Motors has designed an efficient sporty car that gets 84 miles per gallon.
Modern computing and manufacturing has made building a roller coaster a lot like putting together a Lego set.
Formula E is a new FIA championship featuring Formula cars powered exclusively by electric energy. The company's CEO Alejandro Agag discusses the technical challenges that come with racing battery-powered vehicles.
General Motors has now set a company record with the number of vehicles recalled in a single year. But will it cost the auto giant sales or the new CEO her job?
There's no shortage of ideas about how to use nanotechnology, but one of the major hurdles is how to manufacture some of the new products on a large scale.
From the Ford Pinto to Toyota's 'sticky' gas pedals, here's a list of the most infamous recalls in automobile history.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at refitting unmanned helicopters, marveling at DARPA's new prosthetic arm and driving a Corvette racecar hands-free.
Microsoft unveiled the Surface Pro 3 tablet at an event on Tuesday, saying the goal of the device is to "take away the conflict" between owning a laptop and a tablet.
Jim Lentz discusses why the automaker's love for hydrogen outweighed its partnership with battery-focused Tesla.
Hampton Creek Foods is trying to build a more environmentally friendly egg that looks, tastes and has the nutrition of a regular egg. But unless it's cheaper, can they beat the egg?
CNN gains exclusive access to the FBI as it takes down cyber criminals infecting 700,000 victims' computers.
Aerofex has been posting videos of its hover bike prototype in action since 2012, but the company has recently announced that the machine will go on sale in 2017.