This month, IMTSTV shares news from The MFG Meeting (manufacturing for growth) in Orlando, Florida.
Struggling mobile phone maker Nokia has found a software bug in its new flagship Lumia 900 model.
A cost and energy efficient water purifying system could provide safe drinking water for millions in the developing world.
Two glass towers of Volkswagen's Autostadt house technology to automatically move cars to the customer.
Imagine a set of electronics as easy to play with as Legos.
As we expect more from technology, do we expect less from each other?
Terrafugia is aiming to make the first delivery of a street-legal airplane within a year.
General Electric is hiring in Kentucky as it moves some manufacturing back to the United States.
In an effort called Project Glass, the world's biggest search engine is working on glasses with a computer screen.
The Lumia 900's success may determine the future of the mobile manufacturer.
Fair Labor Association CEO Auret Van Heerden says that Foxconn exceeded China's regulations for excessive overtime.
Austin-based startup Omni Water Solutions has developed a water filtration system that fits in the trailer of a big rig truck.
Energy storage will allow us to have power on tap even when the sun's not out and the wind's not blowing.
SiGNa Chemistry has created a compound that, when combined with water, can create hydrogen power.
AORA is using tulip-shaped towers to concentrate solar energy into a high temperature gas that can be used to power entire communities.
A Dutch company has successfully conducted a test flight of a car that doubles as an aircraft.
A toy factory in Shenzhen, China has an ambitious plan to cut carbon emissions.
The Kinect is popular inside Microsoft's Research division, where engineers are working on future applications.
With 4G capability and a higher-than-HD screen, the new iPad is Apple's least profitable model yet.