This Engineering Newswire looks at upgrading phones with a new smartphone case, testing the limits of a flying car and shedding weight from the army’s machine gun.
Tesla is building what will be the world's largest battery factory. New drone footage taken in...
While it’s true that some companies are bringing manufacturing back to the U.S., just as much...
An influx of Greek yogurt into supermarket aisles from General Mills and Dannon has sent execs...
Two oil slicks stretch nine miles down the Santa Barbara coast as crews work to contain the spill that has devastated the California coast line.
Diane St. Clair makes butter for some of America's best chefs, including Thomas Keller. Katie Quinn finds out why it tastes so good.
The Fizzics uses sound waves to put the perfect head on your brew. It's science.
Along the way to fully self-driving cars, we'll make several stops, one of which may be the crash-proof car. Brian Cooley explains.
According to federal regulators, nearly 34 million vehicles will need to be fixed because of defective Takata airbags. At least five deaths and more than 100 injuries have been linked to the problem. Jeff Glor reports on the historic recall and what's being done to diagnose the problem.
Enjoy a glass of orange juice in the morning? Here's how that citrus makes its way into your cup.
Under the desert sun of New Mexico, scientists have engineered ancient bacteria to produce carbon-neutral ethanol using just the sun, waste carbon dioxide and non-potable water. The fuel that results could one day be cheaper than oil.
Cantor Fitzgerald's Brian White, KPCB's John Maeda and Point View Managing Director John Petrides discuss Carl Icahn's open letter to Apple.
The Planetary Society CEO Bill Nye is taking to Kickstarter in order to crowdfund for his latest space venture.
The U.S. dollar's gain, for some, is causing pain. Its strength is adding problems for U.S. exporters and is giving a lift to importers. The wild currency fluctuations seen recently around the globe are leaving many wary of what might come next.
Small companies from around the world are racing to commercialize their flying cars in the next few years, convinced their vehicles will transform the transportation sector. Alanna Petroff reviews the roadblocks to getting flying cars to the mass market.
We’ve all been there before, our electronic device is about to die just as we board a plane. Now engineers at B/E Aerospace think they have found a new source that will recharge the phone: the sun.
Jake Knapp, design partner at Google Ventures, and Savioke Chief Executive Officer Steve Cousins talk about the Google Venture "Design Sprint" and how the process helped develop a unique personality for Savioke's Room Service Robot.
General Motors unveiled the all-new lighter, faster Camaro, on sale later this year.
Tom Foreman explores whether PTC technology could have prevented the Amtrak derailment.
This Engineering Newswire looks at using drones to assess cyclone carnage, sword-fighting with robots and riding in the first compressed air-powered car.
The U.S. military is preparing to launch its super-secret autonomous space drone for a fourth mission.
The Sony Walkman ZX2 is a far cry from the cassette players that dominated the 1980s and '90s. This gadget plays high-definition audio files, is filled with components usually found in home stereos, and will set you back $1,200. But is it any good?
Researchers at Northwestern University have developed a new kind of sophisticated invisible ink that they say can be used to create codes that would be nearly impossible for counterfeiters to duplicate.