The international car show opens in Geneva with Europe's car industry adopting a ''small is beautiful'' approach.
Hitachi has unveiled a robot that can recognize objects at a glimpse and guide humans to find them.
Even with improving unemployment and robust GDP reports, ECRI's Lakshman Achuthan predicts a weakening job market.
CNN's Drew Griffin investigates a Toyota engineering memo that suggests an electric problem in a prototype car.
Vijay Kumar and his team build flying quadrotors -- small, agile robots that swarm, sense each other, and form ad hoc teams.
An optics company says its glasses can now be used as a projection screen.
The electronics giant is creating devices of all shapes and sizes in an effort to compete with Apple.
Renew has reinvented the rubbish bin by building bomb-proof recycling points complete with LCD screens.
The Green Overdrive show takes the eco-friendly luxury sports car for a spin.
A new generation of weapons that can fire missiles at more than 5600 mph is undergoing tests by the U.S. Navy.
CNNi's Jim Boulden speaks with Chairman Bill Ford about some of the new technological features in Ford vehicles.
Engineers discovered by accident, that their recently developed robotic gripping hand can also throw objects with great accuracy.
Small, speedy, and safe according to its developers, the vehicle is aimed at commuters of the future.
Cullen/Frost Bankers CEO says increasing efficiency will be a big benefit in the long run.
Makani Power believes the future of clean, sustainable energy is in the skies.
Koppers Chocolate factory is the largest factory left in New York City.
Peter Stone of the University of Texas wants to make cars automated to fight traffic.
Kids Only is bringing the popular '70s tricycle and they are manufacturing them in the U.S.
Intel's CEO says his company has recovered from its early stumbles in mobile chips.