This Engineering Newswire looks at savings lives with a tiny dot, driving a super-efficient SuperTruck, rewriting rock history and going to auction to bet on TRONs light cycle.
Walt Seigl speaks to WSJ's Jonathan Welsh about the rising popularity of the cafe racer...
There are fast cars, smart cars and self-driving cars, but what about crazy cars? Carlos Tejada...
Jaguar Land Rover is accusing a Chinese automaker of copying its cars. At issue is the Chinese LandWind, which appears to be a rip-off of the Land Rover Evoque SUV design.
3D printing is helping Chrysler engineers gain a better understanding of its vehicle component designs.
General Motor’s unveiled its Chevrolet-FNR concept car at their Shanghai GM Gala Night, which celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the brand in China.
In the late 1990s, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Dave Asprey was overweight and struggling to stay focused. Many adventures and $300,000 later, his "bio- hacking" endeavors eventually led him to create Bulletproof Coffee, a brew he claims gives you steady energy throughout the day and suppresses your appetite for hours.
MINI of BMW Group partnered with Qualcomm to create an augmented reality experience. The prototype — which uses aviator-type goggles and a specially outfitted MINI — is focused on safety and making the driver experience more fun.
Jeff Bloch, also known as "Speedy Cop", is a Washington D.C. police officer who's been building out-of-left-field cars for years. His plane-car is a mashup of an old Cessna prop plane and 1987 Toyota van.
This Engineering Newswire looks at starting up the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator, grabbing objects with a giant tongue gripper and playing dodgeball with a bipedal robot.
At Jaguar's state-of-the-art innovation center, concepts become cars in a virtual world before a single piece of metal needs to be cast.
3D printing pioneers say their technology can return us to our pre-industrial roots, where customized designs trump mass production.
After disrupting the packaging industry with a line of fully biodegradable mushroom packaging, Ecovative Design is now setting their sights on replacing manufactured wood products.
This Engineering Newswire looks at controlling headlights with our eyes, learning how the bench top factory will change our lives, and building kinetic sculptures with the new Rube Goldberg.
Luxury automakers are pushing the limits of high-end automobiles with the latest trend delivering vehicles with a purchase price topping out at more than $1 million.
Ford Motor Company revealed new models at the New York International Auto Show. CEO Mark Fields talks about what to expect from the company.
We’re a long way from the 1960s when mainframe computers took up entire rooms. Now, there’s a one millimeter cubed computer that can fit on the edge of a nickel.
General Motors' new Teen Driver monitoring system can track your child's speed and give you a driving report card. But can it track adults as well?
Ed Baig has been wearing an Apple Watch for the past week. Here are his thoughts on Apple's most anticipated since the iPad.
With constant news about ignition switches and exploding gas tanks, it’s nice to hear that BMW is taking a step toward accident avoidance.
Michigan high school students from some urban districts are able to compete in robotics thanks to the good will, plus the space, tools and know-how of nearby universities
A walk-through of the New York Auto Show floor and some of the big announcements.
This Engineering Newswire looks at sending gas-sensing capsules to your gut, stopping speeding projectiles with a laptop bag and 3D printing a flowery pavilion with a unique cement.
Microsoft demonstrates how it designs and prototypes all of its gadgets at the hardware lab in Redmond, Wash.
Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Andy Palmer talks about the automaker's prospects for developing an electric car and the luxury sport-utility vehicle market.
Ford’s 98-year-old Lincoln brand is bringing back the Continental full-size sedan 13 years after retiring the vehicle nameplate. Take a look at the Lincoln Continental through the years, as well as a preview of the next generation of the iconic vehicle.
While Apple is to be credited for helping force the evolution of wearable tech beyond being mere novelty items, manufacturers following in Apple’s wake must avoid the temptation to merely produce baubles with microchips.
This Engineering Newswire looks at battling gorilla arm, putting an end to public urination, and building an all-new internal combustion engine for the first time in 60 years.
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