Mary Barra is General Motors' relatively new CEO. The company is celebrating the production of...
The $349 Apple Watch Sport 38mm only costs $83.70 to manufacture, excluding some overhead...
This Engineering Newswire looks at the Solo drone, getting ready to crash into Mercury, and cooking in the world’s first robotic kitchen.
Meet John Breseke, Director of Manufacturing IT at Intel, whose job it is to help design and manage arguably the most automated and sophisticated manufacturing process in the world.
The Rolls-Royce is an icon of luxury. Here's a look at the Rolls factory in Goodwood, England where young people use traditional methods to hand-craft almost every inch of a Rolls-Royce.
Tesla is a young company, but it's already made history. Sam Grobart takes a quick look back at some of Tesla's milestones since its founding in 2003.
Buckminster Fuller's 1933 foray into automobiles gave us the Dymaxion Car, and enthusiast Jeff Lane has one of the only working replicas in the world. Dan Neil takes the road zeppelin for a spin...or should we say wobble?
Dolly Singh talks about the benefits of hiring astronauts and rocket scientists to create the world’s first “high performance, high fashion” high heels.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says the company would be willing to make all their software available for any operating system.
Dr. Martin Cooper and his team at Motorola decided to build a truly wireless mobile phone, a handheld device that would truly free consumers to communicate on the go.
Hakan Samuelsson, chief executive officer of Volvo Car Group, talks about plans to revive sales in the U.S. and the new XC90 sport-utility vehicle.
Activate co-founder Michael Wolf discusses cloud computing and the success of Amazon’s web business.
This Engineering Newswire looks at savings lives with a tiny dot, driving a super-efficient SuperTruck, rewriting rock history and going to auction to bet on TRONs light cycle.
Walt Seigl speaks to WSJ's Jonathan Welsh about the rising popularity of the cafe racer motorcycle.
Startups are making the foray into manufacturing hardware, but aside from trade shows, most remain undiscovered by the average consumer. Lumoid is the startup looking to fix that.
The Compute Stick offers enough power to stream HD video, tackle the web and will work anywhere there's an HDMI port.
For the first time in nine quarters, Coke reported a 1 percent increase in global net revenue, which was aided by a 6 percent bump in North America.
There are fast cars, smart cars and self-driving cars, but what about crazy cars? Carlos Tejada takes us to the Shanghai Auto Show for a preview of high-tech autos that you may not want to drive.
Breaches and attacks have gotten worse and will continue to get worse until the computer security world changes its mindset, says RSA President Amit Yoran. Elizabeth Weise reports from the big cybersecurity conference in San Francisco.
PepsiCo's Pure Leaf Tea Master John Cheetham is a 'tea sommelier' with 17 years of experience. He takes Cristina Alesci through his tasting process.
Ashlee Vance reports on Google’s negotiation for a deal to buy a nearly bankrupt Tesla.
In the late 1990s, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Dave Asprey was overweight and struggling to stay focused. Many adventures and $300,000 later, his "bio- hacking" endeavors eventually led him to create Bulletproof Coffee, a brew he claims gives you steady energy throughout the day and suppresses your appetite for hours.