Two U.S. legislators are urging the government to study whether American passenger jets should...
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Today's Engineering Newswire looks at healing bones faster than ever, learning to curve bullets, and test-driving a half-scale amphibious tank.
The Food and Drug Administration is reviewing research data on what could become the first U.S.-approved "biosimilar" drug, a cheaper, sort-of generic version of a biologic drug.
Microsoft Corp. CEO Satya Nadella painted an upbeat vision of the future Tuesday, saying that the next version of Windows will be unified across screens of all sizes and that two money-losing units would become profitable in 2016.
The new $148 million lightweight metals manufacturing institute announced in February by President Obama will locate in the Corktown neighborhood of Detroit, officials from the American Lightweight Materials Manufacturing Innovation Institute announced.
Amazon's new Fire phone uses tweaks to the Android operating system and some innovative features to set it apart from smartphones from the likes of Apple and Samsung.
Apple was awarded a patent yesterday for an electronic smartwatch that is possibly named iTime.
Ford says its aluminum-sided F-150 pickup will hold its own against rivals despite its lighter weight.
The U.S. Marines recently tested out a prototype version of the Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector in the waters off of Oahu, Hawaii. The new vehicle is expected to be the next generation of ship-to-shore transport for the U.S. Navy, and can carry a payload of almost 200 tons.
Bridget Carey, senior editor for C-net.com, shows off Google products on the horizon. The tech giant will be introducing new phones, free wifi, self-driving cars and even contact lenses.
Microsoft is putting an emphasis on design excellence more than ever — to make its products more competitive with offerings from rivals Apple, Google, and Amazon and to prod its hardware making partners to dream up new, more innovative devices.
William Welch heads to Willow Springs Raceway to test drive the new Porsche Macan.
Nokia X phones were devised to be a gateway to the company's pricier Lumia phones. The operating system that runs the phones was to blend the core technology found in Google's Android system with services and designs found in Microsoft's own Windows Phone system.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at going autonomous with army caravans, seeing the world without any windows and 3D printing on the fly.
Zelectric is bringing vintage VW Bugs into the 21st century, turning the gas-fueled classics into modern day electric vehicles.
Buoyed by its success with electric-gasoline hybrid vehicles, Toyota is betting that drivers will embrace hydrogen fuel cells, an even cleaner technology that runs on the energy created by an electrochemical reaction when oxygen in the air combines with hydrogen stored as fuel.
A Canadian startup, Thalmic Labs, have developed an armband that uses sensor to measure motion and electrical activity in arm muscles to translate into computer commands.
Germany's Daimler AG unveiled a new version of its tiny, two-seat Smart model Wednesday in hopes the car won't just get admiring glances with its unusual design — but make a bigger contribution to profits as well.
The United Arab Emirates, already home to the world's tallest tower, is now reaching for the stars, with plans to send the first Arab spaceship to Mars in 2021.
Swiss drug developer Novartis will team with technology giant Google to develop a "smart" contact lens that could improve some eye conditions or help diabetics manage their disease.
JX Holdings Inc. and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. said Tuesday they will launch a carbon dioxide capture project in Texas to boost production at an oil field.
Japan is leading the robot revolution with realistic androids and humanoids that can help care for aging parents, console individuals after a stressful day or even watch over kids.
Airbus is revamping its A330 model to reduce fuel consumption and take on the Dreamliner.
Dodge Challenger SRT with an optional Hellcat V8 supercharged engine will have 707 horsepower, most of any factory produced cars. Bragging rights included.
Intel announced it's established a new group focused on setting the standard for the "Internet of Things," which will compete with an alliance already created by Qualcomm. The group aims to establish how household items will connect to each other.
While the idea may sound outlandish to some, it has already got $850,000 in seed money from the federal government, raised more than $2 million on a crowd-funding website and received celebrity praise.
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