In this episode, the Hyperloop moves closer to reality, unions may get overhauled, and self-driving taxis are coming.
In this episode, the Hyperloop moves closer to reality, unions may get overhauled, and self-...
This Engineering Newswire looks at swallowing pills on a string, taking off in a next-gen flying...
Jack Keough talks about how distributors' practices will be affected by Amazon Business, and discusses the results of Acquity Group's recent study on the changing behavior of B2B customers.
California is the first state to require an antitheft kill switch technology be enabled on new devices. Zusha Elinson takes a look at how the technology works and whether at least one San Francisco repair shop has seen fewer stolen phones since the feature's introduction.
In this episode, the cities driving industrial growth, an electric flying car and a record recall fine.
It's the fastest production sedan ever and probably has the best name: the Dodge Charger Hellcat. Peter Valdes-Dapena takes the Hellcat to the streets of Brooklyn.
Android phones can get infected by merely receiving a picture via text message, according to research.
Jonathan Downey, founder and CEO of Airware, is focusing his startup on designing hardware, software and data storage for commercial drones.
Apple execs reportedly visited BMW's production line in Germany to study the i3 electric car. Is this meeting about CarPlay or Apple's own vehicle?
Tomorrow's successful manufacturing business will be utilizing cloud computing to manage at least some aspects of their business. Colin Masson, global industry director of manufacturing at Microsoft, discusses why cloud computing and manufacturing go great together.
This Engineering Newswire, looks at testing firing the F-35's Gatling gun, diagnosing depression with smartphones and reconnecting with Pluto.
Tim Higgins reports on Levi's attempt to adapt to the yoga pants era.
In this episode, designing “smart” factories of the future, indestructible tablets and securing your car from hackers.
All Solar Lights CEO Paul Hitchens discusses bringing solar lighting solutions to some of the poorest and most remote communities on Earth.
Peter Valdes-Dapena test drives a pair of big money convertibles: the new Ferrari California T and a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé. Because if you can afford one luxury car, you can probably afford two.
High-end yoga pants purveyor Lululemon is getting into the beer business with it's own special craft brew.
A look at the impact of the newly founded Amazon Business on industrial distributors.
Thanks to accessible 3D printing companies like Shapeways, DIY hobbyists can turn their designs into 3D objects and sell them online. And that’s raising serious questions about intellectual property rights for some companies.
In this episode, Tesla may be facing serious competition soon, a hitchhiking robot and the latest on rail safety.
McKinsey & Co Principal Dominik Wee discusses the future for driverless cars.
Trek’s Global Director of Continuous Improvement discusses trends within the industry.
While smartphone apps may make life a little more convenient, there are concerns over their security. Javier Aguera is co-founder of Blackphone, which has been praised for its tough encryption and hack-proof reputation.