Michelle Miller reports on how one company is using 3D printing to create intricate fashion accessories like cufflinks, belt buckles and bracelets.
CNN's Samuel Burke takes a ride in Audi's self-driving A7 during this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Thanks to a more stable international outlook and the housing market comeback, 2014 is expected to be a solid year of modest growth in the economy.
The 2014 Consumer Electronics Show gets underway this week with small, wearable computers, innovative robotics and smart devices. Sumi Das previews some of the newest tech.
Author James Barrat and a cognitive scientist Gary Marcus, join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the reality of the research.
Ecovative Design, a company in Green Island, NY, turns agricultural waste and mushroom fibers into a styrofoam packaging replacement.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is raising the bar to get a high rating.
BlackBerry's struggles, Samsung and Apple's ongoing legal battles and the glitches of healthcare.gov are the worst of tech news in 2013.
A high-end Toronto tailor has created a $20,000 bullet-proof suit for businessmen who travel to parts of the world where security is an issue. Terrell Brown reports on the life-saving outfit and puts it to the test.
CafePress, the online retailer of user-customized products, can personalize anything from mugs to Kindle cases using their 100 percent "home-grown" software and manufacturing equipment.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon breaks down the Apple and Chine Mobile deal that will allow the tech giant to sell its iPhone through China's largest carrier.
With the end of the year approaching, manufacturers are looking forward into next year and the trends that matter to them. Several of you out there have already read Ten Business Technology Trends You'll Read About In 2014 on mbtmag.com, so we decided to invite Matthew Littlefield, president and principal analyst with LNS Research, to narrow down his list in this week's Face to Face.
Top CEOs, including Chad Holliday of Bank of America and Eric Spiegel of Siemens USA, discuss the advantages that the U.S. offers for manufacturing, including the largest market in the world, low energy costs and a strong technology infrastructure.
In this episode of MBT’s Manufacturing Newswire, we’ll discuss scandals facing some big businesses, as well as major updates from GM and Ford. We’ll also talk to LNS Research about 2014 tech trends in manufacturing, and take a look at NASA’s superhero robot.
Telecoms correspondent Daniel Thomas visits the British factory of luxury mobile phone maker Vertu to find out if the titanium-plated, jewel-encrusted smartphone is worth the $6000 price tag.
Experience a virtual tour of GE dishwasher manufacturing in Louisville, KY where over 1,000 people are employed in wire rack fabrication, injection molding, stamping and assembly facilities.
United Technologies CFO Greg Hayes explains why he thinks the current fleet will be the "last procurement" of manned fighter jets.
Rob Cox and Rob Cyran try to make sense of Google's purchase of robotics firm Boston Dynamics, its eighth in the space this year.
GM is designing cars with 3D printing, Ford is scanning each car for paint imperfections the size of a grain of salt, and everyone is making more models on the same line.