Detect Motor Faults Using ESA
The ATPOL II is a tool designed for complete Electrical Signature Analysis (ESA) and Power Quality Analysis (PQA).
Dec 12th, 2019
Mfr Sued Over Faulty Street Lights
Dec 10th, 2019
Ford Recalls 262K Pickups
Dec 6th, 2019
Defect Found in Another Takata Airbag
Dec 5th, 2019
OSHA’s 2019 Included Most Inspections in 4 Years
Dec 4th, 2019
Co. to Pay $1M for Subpar Grenade Launchers
The government was alerted to concerns about Capco’s production process by a quality engineer at the company.
Dec 4th, 2019
Make Bottleneck Management a Priority
It's time for digital transformation to address the biggest problem in manufacturing: bottlenecks.
Ali Hasan Raza
Nov 27th, 2019
Chinese Man Guilty of Defrauding Apple out of 1,500 iPhones
Over the span of two years, a Chinese national in Oregon sent devices that looked like iPhones to Apple, saying they wouldn't turn on and should be replaced under warranty. He didn't just submit a couple of the devices—he delivered in person or shipped to Apple around 3,000 of them.
May 23rd, 2019
Samsung Delays Folding Phone Launch After Breaking Issues
Samsung is pushing back this week's planned public launch of its highly anticipated, $2000 folding phone after reports that reviewers' phones were breaking.
Apr 23rd, 2019
Some of Samsung's New Folding Phones Are Already Breaking
Some of Samsung's new, almost $2,000 folding phones appear to be breaking after just a couple of days.
Apr 18th, 2019
New Samsung Handset: Innovation Hinges on Folding Screen
When Samsung said this year it would launch a smartphone with a folding screen, the big question was whether the innovation was something people actually wanted or needed.
Apr 17th, 2019
China Ratchets up Pressure on Canada Amid Huawei Dispute
China said Wednesday that its suspension this week of the license of a second major Canadian canola exporter is justified by safety concerns, as the sides continue to feud over Ottawa's detention of a top executive of Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
Mar 27th, 2019
Amazon Ups Its Anti-Counterfeit Game
Amazon, which has wrestled with counterfeit products on its site for years, has developed a fleet of tools that allow sellers to remove items from Amazon.com themselves and to prevent fake goods from making it to the site at all.
Feb 28th, 2019
FDA Permits 'Export Only' Medical Devices Not for Use in U.S.
The FDA permitted overseas sales under an obscure provision for registering 'export only' devices, requiring far less scrutiny than for devices sold domestically.
Nov 29th, 2018
U.S. Goal to Be 'First' on Devices Worries Former Regulators
Under Dr. Jeffrey Shuren, annual new device approvals have more than tripled, while warnings letters to device manufacturers about product safety and quality issues have fallen roughly 80 percent, an Associated Press investigation found.
Nov 28th, 2018
Breast Implants Reveal Problems in Tracking Device Safety
To all the world, it looked like breast implants were safe. Then last fall, something strange happened.
Nov 27th, 2018
Supreme Court Sets High Bar for Medical Device Lawsuits
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Medtronic, among the world's largest makers of medical devices, setting a precedent that has killed lawsuits involving some of the most sophisticated devices on the market.
Nov 26th, 2018
Semiconductors Are Key to the Future of Electric Vehicles
How innovations in the semiconductor industry are driving the next generation of electric vehicles.
Nov 21st, 2018
How a $40,000 Swedish Carpet Is Made
In a Swedish coastal town, a small group of weavers create the most coveted carpets and tapestries in the world.
Nov 6th, 2018
The Last Baseball Glove Maker in America
Nokona baseball gloves are made in Nocona, Texas using a number of different leathers including kangaroo, cowhide and buffalo. From hot stamping, to embroidering, to lacing, Nokona has been handcrafting ball gloves since 1934.
Nov 5th, 2018
3 Issues That Drive Line Managers Crazy and How to Fix Them
Here are some strategies to address the most common problems line managers need to fix.
Nov 1st, 2018
California Agrees to Delay Enforcing Net-Neutrality Law
California won't enforce the nation's toughest state-level net-neutrality law when it takes effect in January, agreeing Friday with the Trump administration and internet companies who sued that the state law should wait for the outcome of a separate lawsuit pending in Washington.
Oct 29th, 2018
Google to Charge for Apps on Android Phones in Europe
Google plans to start charging smartphone makers to pre-install apps like Gmail, YouTube and Google Maps on Android handsets sold in Europe, a response to a record $5 billion antitrust fine imposed by the European Union.
Oct 18th, 2018
China Tech Stocks Lenovo, ZTE Tumble After Chip Hack Report
Chinese tech stocks Lenovo Group and ZTE Corp. tumbled in Hong Kong on Friday following a news report Chinese spies might have used chips supplied by another company to hack into U.S. computer systems.
Oct 5th, 2018
Researchers: 11-Year-Old Flaw in Vote Scanner Still Unfixed
An uncorrected security flaw in a vote-counting machine used in 23 U.S states leaves it vulnerable to hacking 11 years after the manufacturer was alerted to it, security researchers say.
Sep 28th, 2018
What Sets iOS Apart From Android
This chart shows which versions of iOS / Android users of the respective platforms are currently using.
Sep 25th, 2018
Transforming Product Recalls With Traceability
Avoid finding yourself in a bad recall situation by embracing the power of traceability.
Sep 20th, 2018
EU Probes Automakers Over Emission Systems
European Union regulators have opened an in-depth investigation into whether automakers BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen colluded to limit the development and roll-out of car emission control systems.
Sep 18th, 2018
5 PCB Assembly Process Definitions
If you’re new to the prototyping world, the words and phases we assemblers use might not make sense. Here are the PCB assembly process definitions as we see them.
Sep 7th, 2018
What Can Go Wrong Will
Finding the weak links in your Industry 4.0 chain
Aug 30th, 2018
Experts Assemble for Un-Hosted Meeting on 'Killer Robots'
Experts from scores of countries are meeting to discuss ways to define and deal with 'killer robots' — futuristic weapons systems that could conduct war without human intervention.
Aug 28th, 2018
Germany's Merkel Against Ratcheting up EU Emissions Target
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is making clear that she opposes setting new, more ambitious European emissions reduction targets for 2030. She says the continent needs to concentrate on fulfilling the aims it has already set.
Aug 27th, 2018
10 Idaho Residents Indicted in Counterfeit Phone Case
Ten people have been indicted on charges of wire fraud, counterfeiting and money laundering amid FBI raids Wednesday at several Boise-area businesses and homes involving a massive scheme to peddle counterfeit cellphones and other tech gear, according to court documents.
Aug 23rd, 2018