Bryan Cera demonstrates his “Glove One,” a wireless phone that (amazingly) fits on your hand. What do you think?
Energy theorist Amory Lovins lays out the steps we must take to end the world's dependence on oil (before we run out).
Jonas Prising, president of ManpowerGroup, says those who've been out of the workforce for a long time need to keep up with skills employers demand so it will be easier to get rehired.
In the very cool video about Objet's 3D printed Fenway Park medel, there is a time-lapse showing some of the individual 3D printed parts being created in fast-motion on the Objet Connex 3D printer.
Google has combined new and existing safety technology into a driverless car that recently got its license from the state of Nevada. The car combines a number of technologies, including GPS tracking, wheel movement sensors, sophisticated software and digital technology, but not vehicle-to-vehicle communication.
Steve Jobs' request for tougher glass in the iPhone led Corning to produce Gorilla Glass at a previously struggling Kentucky factory that had been hit hard by the Great Recession.
Princeton's Alan Blinder says it will take four or five more years for all the jobs lost during the recession to come back, and says Americans shouldn't accept a ''natural'' unemployment rate above 5.5 percent.
How do we consume data? Technologist JP Rangaswami muses on our relationship to information, and offers a surprising and sharp insight
Terry Iverson discusses the Champion Now movement, which works to change the public perception of manufacturing to help inform younger generations about the industry's career opportunities.
A lab in New York state's capital isn't waiting for an economic turnaround. It's creating one.
CNN's Jim Boulden takes the Samsung Galaxy S III for a test spin. Could this smartphone knock iPhone from its throne?
Gary Kovacs, CEO of the Mozilla Corporation (the company that develops the Firefox browser), says it's your right to know what data is being collected about you and how it affects your online life. He unveils a Firefox add-on to do just that.
Economist Paul Krugman says the U.S. very much needs to reverse austerity measures and spend more to climb out of what he calls "a depression."
The latest LED bulb from Philips can run for 30,000 hours and uses less electricity than even CFLs. That being said, it costs $50.
Wireless spectrum is becoming more and more crowded as the number of smartphones and data usage increases. What can be done?
More than 40 percent of the actions you perform every day are not a result of decisions you make, rather they are the product of habits you've developed. However, your employer can help you break those habits.
The “Pebble” e-paper watch, a device that has received a massive following on Kickstarter after the creators failed to secure venture capital funding. The watch communicates with Apple iPhone and Android smartphone devices.
Alcatel-Lucent's lightRadio is 2.3-inches and contains the components of an entire cell phone tower - saving power and infrastructure costs.
German engineering firm, Festo, has developed a mechanical exo-skeleton that can be worn like a glove to increase productivity for factory workers or help in the rehabilitation of stroke patients.
Pat McGibbon of AMT interviews one of the country's most informed economists Adrian Cooper, CEO of Oxford Economics on the current issues impacting the manufacturing technology market and what the likely impact will be upon future business levels.