More consumers are buying the least expensive iPhones and iPads, a new phenomenon that is causing Apple's breakneck growth rate to slow.
Goodyear is testing tires made with soybean oil as it tries to cut its use of petroleum and extend tread life.
Ford says a plug-in electric version of its new C-Max small van will be able to go more than 20 miles on battery power alone, and have a range of 550 miles on a tank of gas.
It seems like the closer technology intends to bring us together, the farther it actually drives us apart.
Our third annual iteration of the IMPO Energy Intelligence Report has followed an industry all the more hungry for cost savings. As industrial manufacturers work to propel their businesses forward, they must choose between investing in the equipment they need, or falling behind in the face of fierce domestic and global competition.
For a Fortune 500 corporation, a successful engineering project depends on local managers’ legacy knowledge and insights into plant operations, the corporation’s vision, and key project performance metrics as they change over time.
Boulben isn't dejected by perceptions that his products look ancient next to iPhones and Android devices.
“The New New Thing” is out there waiting to be developed, deployed, and utilized. And Microsoft isn’t waiting to stumble upon it.
We all know that innovation is messy, unpredictable, full of unknowns, and risky.
A trade group for drone aircraft manufacturers and operators has released the industry's first code of conduct in response to growing privacy concerns.
Next-gen ERP products allow organizations to quickly create new processes, reconfigure and tweak existing processes, as well as add additional functionality that they may already have but need to configure.
Toyota Auto Body Co. launched a new model of the Coms one-seater electric car that can travel faster and longer per charge than the previous model launched in 2000.
German automaker BMW AG and Japan's Toyota Motor Corp. agreed to jointly develop a sports car, hydrogen fuel cells and electric car technology.
The Nexus Seven is designed specifically for Google Play, the online store that sells movies, music, books, apps and other content . . .
Everyone has a million dollar idea, but only a select few have the gusto to see the project through, to success or failure.
Toyota will offer a gas-electric hybrid version of its all-new Avalon big sedan when the car comes out in the fall.
Now that Tesla Motors Inc. has delivered its first Model S electric luxury car, the next few quarters are key to seeing whether the company can build a sustainable business, an analyst said.
Tesla Motors Inc. says more than 10,000 people have put down a refundable deposit for the five-seat sedan, and the Palo Alto company expects to sell 5,000 this year.
The company's first mass-market, five-seat sedan will be delivered Friday. The car, called the Model S, will either propel the company to profitability or leave it sputtering on the fumes of a $465 million government loan.
That coffee you're drinking while gazing at your iPad? It cost more than all the electricity needed to run those games, emails, videos and news stories for a year.
The first BlackBerry device running Research In Motion Ltd.'s new operating software will not have a physical keyboard, only a touch-screen one.
An experimental solar plane hoping to one day fly around the world tried again Thursday to fly over Morocco's Atlas Mountains after being thwarted a week ago by high winds.
South Korean TV manufacturers are making billion dollar bets on a new display technology that promises an even thinner screen and imagery of eye-popping clarity.
With the unveiling of the Surface tablet, Microsoft is heading into unusual territory: competing with its partners, the very same companies that make Windows PCs.
Microsoft unveiled a new tablet computer, Surface, that attempts to take advantage of one of the few criticisms of Apple's iPad — that it is better for consuming content than creating it.