CNN's Drew Griffin investigates a Toyota engineering memo that suggests an electric problem in a prototype car. It sheds light on the much-publicized acceleration issues in some Toyota vehicles.
In his lab at Penn, Vijay Kumar and his team build flying quadrotors, small, agile robots that swarm, sense each other, and form ad hoc teams. These flying robots have a number of useful applications.
Robot engineers from Cornell University and the University of Chicago have discovered by accident that their recently developed robotic gripping hand can also throw objects with great accuracy. Let's just say I'm pretty sure I wouldn't want to play this robot in a game of H.O.R.S.E.
The latest phones released at the 2012 Mobile World Congress have some rather intriguing and useful innovations, include extremely high resolution cameras and built-in projectors.
Even with improving unemployment and robust GDP reports, ECRI's Lakshman Achuthan predicts a recession and a weakening job market. He's been saying it for awhile now, and he certainly hasn't backed off that stance.
John Hopkins University professor Avi Rubin explains how hackers are compromising cars, smartphones, and medical devices. He also warns us about the dangers of an increasingly hack-able world.
The electronics giant is creating devices of all shapes and sizes in an effort to compete with Apple in the smartphone and tablet markets. How is Samsung faring?
CNNi's Jim Boulden speaks with Chairman Bill Ford about some of the new technological features in Ford vehicles, like cloud computing, voice recognition, and even blood-pressure readings.
The Oscars are synonymous with Hollywood, but the coveted gold-plated awards are made at a manufacturing facility in Chicago. This video explains "Oscar's" humble beginnings...
Fall River, Massachusetts used to be a hotspot for garment manufacturing, but in the last 20-30 years, businesses began to shut down or move production overseas. The New England Shirt Company was one of those manufacturers, and in 2009, it also fell victim to the recession. Fortunately, Robert Kidder — a former employee at the plant — had the guts to reopen the company under a new guise.
Samsung’s 5.3-inch Galaxy Note sits in the somewhat uncharted space between a large smartphone and a 7-inch tablet.
Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn founder and Facebook investor, shares lessons learned from his early stint at Apple. Yes, we already ran a video this week that featuring this gentleman. That being said, he has a lot of good things to say here.
Paul Otellini, CEO of Intel, says his company has recovered from its early stumbles in building mobile chips. Here's the tech giant's plan for the future. There's a lot many companies can learn from Intel's struggles.
We make millions of online purchases daily, but who (or what) actually puts our items into packages?
The chances of finding a job are grim for the four million long-term unemployed in the U.S., but Joe Carbone is looking to change that in his Connecticut town. This video from CBS News offers some hope for America's unemployed or underemployed.
Caterpillar CEO Doug Oberhelman says demand is coming back to the U.S. and plans to build a $200 million plant in Georgia. Why is CAT so bullish on the U.S. manufacturing market? Oberhelman explains here...
The Tesla Model X is Tesla's newest offering, and don't let that crossover SUV style fool you — this isn't just a bus for shuttling around kids to and from soccer practice. The electric car can has "faclcon-winged" doors that are partially for show, and partially because the company says they make it easier to get in and out.
LinkedIn co-founder and Executive Chairman Reid Hoffman discusses his new book, "The Start-Up of You" in this CBS News video. He discusses just how you can become "the CEO of yourself."
We have all changed someone’s life -- usually without even realizing it. In this funny talk, Drew Dudley calls on all of us to celebrate leadership as the everyday act of improving the lives of others.