On Nov. 3, 2007, Darpa challenged teams to prove a car could drive by itself in an urban environment, the results of which are completely transforming the auto industry.
And it'll come courtesy of a precocious girl with robotic hand, launching a major salvo of 3D-printing buzz by lobbing the first pitch.
This publication has been around for more than 80 years and we've opened our archives to give you a glimpse of the "new" equipment from long ago. Here's what we found from 1938.
A suburban Cleveland mechanic has made international news -- and "Star Wars" fans' day -- after building a two-story AT-AT Walker. Have you topped this Halloween-themed engineering marvel?
Long seen as a bellwether for global growth, Caterpillar Inc's strong sales reinforce the sense that international economic expansion is finally here.
In March, a Silicon Valley CEO convinced President Trump the value of non-reality show apprenticeships, and to aim for 5 million in the next 5 years. Will the recently unveiled apprenticeship task force be enough to do it?
Designed to anticipate your needs, the SmartDesk 3 is the first desk in the world that enables you to work smarter by taking care of the everyday tasks.
Is there anything the US can do abooot a Canadian lidar manufacturer's attempt to shift the balance of automotive innovation power north, eh?
With electric vehicles replacing gas-guzzlers, there will be manufacturing winners and losers. Getting in early on wireless charging tech may be the way to keep your company around after the transportation revolution.
Winter is coming, folks. Don't worry, though. We've got you covered (head-to-toe) with the latest in personal protective equipment.