America loves its trucks, so it's important that the Ford F-Series, America's best-selling truck for 38 years running, continues to update and innovate.
Greece is defaulting on a debt payment to the IMF today. With the country collapsing, Christine...
SpaceX rocket headed to the International Space Station on a resupply mission fails after launch...
Microsoft appears to be shedding smaller projects in hopes of getting back to its roots and raising its valuation.
Meet the Bienville Legacy, an all new American superbike that debuted at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this weekend.
This Engineering Newswire looks at using light to safely drive battery power, developing a Hoverbike for the military and powering engines with evaporation.
Chicago-based Goose Island is one of the most well-known and respected craft beer companies in the U.S., and their signature product is the limited edition Bourbon County Stout.
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.
Bob Picciano, analytics senior vice president at IBM, and Aaron Levine, CEO at Box, discuss their cloud computing partnership and what the combination will deliver to their customers.
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.
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.
Sure, BlackBerry devices aren't as popular as iPhones and Androids. But the company has made a big bet on software ... and it looks like it is paying off.
Go behind the scenes as employees for Airbus’ first U.S. manufacturing facility — which will begin producing A319, A320 and A321 jetliners in Mobile, Alabama during 2015 — undergo on-the-job training at the company’s Hamburg, Germany site.
Symantec Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales Adrian Jones discusses cyber security how it’s changing and the future of the industry.
Mexico's auto sector is booming, while Canada's is dwindling. Amanda Lang finds out why.
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.
Beats Electronics, the headphone maker co-founded by rapper Dr. Dre and acquired last year by Apple for $3 billion, was sued over claims it betrayed its one-time partner and pirated Monster LLC’s engineering.
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.