This Engineering Newswire looks at bringing sports car sounds to the minivan, landing drones on an autonomous spaceport ship, and sculpting the world’s smallest human … in the nude.
Blackberry once dominated the smartphone market, but now the company is fighting to regain...
Lower oil prices are buoying Louisiana's fishermen, but putting the squeeze on others. Manuel...
A French company is looking to produce the Cicret, a smart device that you wear. This device is like Google Glass, in that you wear it, but the projection is on your arm.
Google is one of the major U.S. corporations researching the power of color in the working world, in everything from workspaces to marketing and branding. With more competition than ever for time and attention, color is a silent salesperson.
A Spanish company has combined technology with cuisine to develop the 'Foodini', a 3D printer designed to print the perfect cookie for Santa.
Researchers at the University of Washington are developing a new type of fusion reactor that could generate eco-friendly power for less money than fossil fuels.
Ford CTO Raj Nair discusses the company’s innovation strategy and roll out of the new 2015 F-150 pickup truck.
London-based design studio KNYTTAN has developed a system to let shoppers design their own unique woolen sweaters and scarves. The team hopes to give the traditionally tacky Christmas sweater a sartorial boost.
Phones are, in many ways, the defining technology of our time. They are our increasingly personalized keycards to an interconnected world and it's a trend experts say will only continue in the future. But how did we get here, and where is the technology going?
Sheryl Connelly is Ford's manager of global consumer trends and "futuring." While she works for the auto giant, her job has little to do with cars. Connelly discusses the trends that will influence our lives in the future.
Richard Quest tries out a bike with springs in its wheels — the Loopwheels.
Mark Fields, CEO of Ford Motor Co., talks about the automaker's new aluminum-bodied F-150 pickup truck, the outlook for Detroit's economy and the impact of declining oil prices on the auto industry.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at searching the sea with robotic ocean gliders, unfolding an electric scooter in a single second, and shielding eyes from blinding headlights.
10 years after her car crashed, killing her boyfriend, a Texas court clears Candice Anderson of the felony charge. GM admits its car may have contributed to the accident.
Manufacturers struggling to find welders, machinists see women as potential labor pool.
It's kind of like Legos, but for computers. Kano is a kit that offers the basics of building hardware and coding software.
Dashlane, the password manager app, introduces a new feature to keep you safer by automatically changing your passwords.
Lockheed Martin's F-35 jet has had lots of problems since its first flight in 2006. Now as the planes start to arrive at Air Force bases around the country, another issue has come to light.
Some of the most well-known whiskeys today were either founded, owned, managed or saved by women. As Michelle Miller reports, there are even clubs to experience and learn about different whiskeys and whiskey cocktails.
Looka Patisserie, a small maker of desserts, had to quickly ramp up production when Walmart came knocking.
High demand for electrical power is putting strain on the grid and leaving us at risk of blackouts, but new technologies such as smart grids and microgrids offer promise for the future.