In this episode, a mayo that isn’t, a crowdfunded vertical takeoff airplane and robots taking U.S. jobs.
This Engineering Newswire looks at highlighting space station benefits to humanity, diagnosing...
HP CEO Meg Whitman talks about leading HP through turbulent times, laying off 55,000 workers and...
The Panamera is not one of Porsche's most loved models and at least one man thinks that shouldn'...
Soon you'll be able to control devices at home with the simple flick of a finger, all thanks to gesture control technology. Currently used in the Xbox Kinect and smartphones, this technology is now set to revolutionize your home.
In the conclusion of our discussion, Bob Barr of Acquity Group provides some tips for distributors who are moving their businesses online.
Industrial designer Yves Behar has made products for companies like Prada and Samsung, but his proudest achievement is a five-dollar pair of glasses that are helping poor school children see.
In this episode, why Google’s Project Ara is being pushed back again, 3D printed glass and a machine that can literally suck carbon dioxide out of the air.
How an engineer re-jiggered a 3D printer and its factory to streamline production.
The Industrial Internet of Things is expected to become a $200 billion or more global industry over the next few years. Microsoft’s Colin Masson discusses why Industrial IoT is the next big thing.
Betty Liu reports on the revamping of Tesla showrooms.
Saudi Arabia's decision to keep pumping oil to put its shale rivals out of business appears to have backfired, as the price keeps falling. Will Saudi and OPEC blink and try and force oil prices higher?
This Engineering Newswire looks at riding on the world’s smallest electric vehicle, monitoring our stress levels with the Sensor Puck and firing 138 rockets to test the Army’s new armor.
Ford Motor Company has received a patent for an automobile that can be turned into a lounge with the comforts of your living room while driving in "autonomous" mode.
Experts explain how a new robotic composite fiber placement system will be used to build large space structures for space vehicles.
We expect our phones, tablets and sometimes even our watches to be connected. The next great platform, however, is about connecting everything in your home. Here's a look at the products manufacturers are integrating IoT technology into.
In this episode, an elevator to the sky, a robot for the home and the U.S.'s first Chinese-made car.
For the first time since its introduction 50 years ago, America’s iconic pony car is headed overseas this year. Ford’s Flat Rock Assembly Plant outside Detroit is gearing up to meet the needs of Mustang lovers in 110 countries.
Jide Technology co-founder David Ko discusses creating the first Android PC, how it works and where he sees growth.
In this episode, a road that charges your electric car and currency manipulation’s impact on manufacturing.
There is a war brewing for the future of the American highway and it has traditional carmakers facing competition from tech companies like Google, Apple, Uber and even Chinese search giant Baidu.
Nestlé has won a ruling that the decision in India to ban the sale of its Maggi noodles was unjustified. Oliver Ralph and Jonathan Eley discuss how the Swiss manufacturer handled the issue.
In this episode, we discuss reimagining manufacturing with the customer as the focus.