Meet the Bienville Legacy, an all new American superbike that debuted at the Goodwood Festival...
Hyundai Motor Co. said Monday it believes hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are the future for eco-...
This Engineering Newswire looks at using light to safely drive battery power, developing a Hoverbike for the military and powering engines with evaporation.
3D printers are still too expensive for most people to own. A number of cafes, like this one in London, now offer 3D printing and design classes along with the caffeinated beverages on the menu.
The latest models of Google's self-driving cars are now cruising the streets near the Internet company's Silicon Valley headquarters as an ambitious project to transform the way people get around shifts into its next phase.
Meet Blade — a super-light sports car with a 3D printed chassis, designed as an alternative to traditional car manufacturing. Through 3D printing, entrepreneur Kevin Czinger has developed a radical new way to build cars with a much lighter footprint.
Project Soli is developing a new interaction sensor using radar technology. It fits onto a chip, can be produced at scale and built into small devices and everyday objects.
Ian Wright, CEO and founder at Wrightspeed Inc., explains the use of turbines to power next-generation electric trucks.
Ford Motor Co. this week announced plans to upgrade its autonomous driving program from initial research to advanced engineering.
Malloy Aeronautics, a UK-based company, has been developing a Hoverbike for years, but now the company has a new project backer — the U.S. Department of Defense.
Maker's Row is a platform for connecting users with over 6,000 apparel and furniture manufacturers in the U.S. and might bring "Made in America" to the 21st century.
Lego Group CEO Jorgen Vig Knudstorp says the company has set up a research center to find materials that are better for the environment.
Gideon Rose discusses work and life in the age of automation.
Aren’t sure if you can overtake that giant semi ahead of you because you can’t see around it? What if you could see in front of it? Samsung’s new transparent truck prototype shows drivers behind, what’s going on in front.
This edition looks at defective automatic braking systems, Nokia’s return to the phone market and Land Rover’s smartphone remote control for its SUVs.
This Engineering Newswire looks at putting breathalyzers in your steering wheel, sticking contacts in our nose to battle allergies and gluing a wearable to your head to put you in a better mood.
MIT researchers hope this tiny robot could revolutionize healthcare around the world.
California state officials released reports Thursday detailing six accidents that involved self-driving car prototypes, reversing a policy that shielded details of how the next-generation technology is performing during testing on public roads.
A newly released study showed that a plastic additive commonly used as an alternative to phthalates could pose health concerns of its own.
With its new S-class coupe, Mercedes-Benz created a high-tech luxury vehicle so nice, you won't want to leave it.
European aerospace giant Airbus this week announced plans to build hundreds of satellites in an effort to provide Internet access to remote locations worldwide.
Bill Ford, Executive Chairman of the Ford Motor Company, says some of the GT supercar's features will make it into the mainstream product line.
A look at some of the news coming from the 2015 Paris Air Show happening this week where major aircraft manufacturers hope to do some business.
There comes a point when a hot hatch gets so hot it becomes something else. Hyper hatch is a name reserved for the supercar-beating elite of the breed — the RS 3 is most certainly one of them
Scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have created a new type of semiconductor chip that’s almost entirely made of wood.
Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to hold a competition for pod designs for a Hyperloop system in a year, according to reports.
Ford Motor Co. Executive Chairman Bill Ford talks about the automaker's return to the Le Mans race in 2016 with the GT sportscar, production of the aluminum-bodied F-150 pickup, business strategy and the outlook for consolidation in the auto industry.
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