2016-07-07 - Curtis Franklin Jr.

3D-printed skins take car customisation to new heights

Automobiles have come a long way since the time when you could have yours in any colour, as long as…

2016-07-06 - Ariella Brown

Automaker commits to ethical standards for supply chain

Can a company do well by committing to do good? Ford affirms it can.

2016-07-05 - Junko Yoshida

Tesla’s first fatal crash casts pall at three-way auto event

The accident, currently under investigation by U.S. auto-safety regulators, is likely to direct more scrutiny toward autonomous driving technology, which…

2016-07-05 - None

NEC Tech set to hire 1,000 in a bid to boost revenue

NTI and its Japan-based parent NEC has announced its plan to collaborate and set up an Open Source Software centre…

2016-07-04 -

Xiaomi targets new handset manufacturing plants in India

Xiaomi's sales in India, where it has been enjoying steady popularity, has grown "month over month" thanks to its "online-centric…

2016-07-01 - Rob Spiegel

IIoT backlash: Are we over-connecting the plant?

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) may be going off the deep end in connecting everything on the plant floor.

2016-06-30 - Vivek Nanda

IBM discovers how to convert old smartphones cases into high-strength plastic

The one-step approach converts BPA-leaching plastics in consumer electronics into environmentally safe material for water purification and medical devices.

2016-06-28 - Judith M. Myerson

A new set of C-suite for SC management

The necessity for a chief supply chain risk officer to manage the enterprise's supply chain risk management plan is growing.…

2016-06-28 - None

India PC shipments plummets in 2Q16: Gartner

PC shipments to India totalled about 20.00 lakh (2 million) units in the first quarter of 2016, a 7.4% decrease…

2016-06-28 - None

Bio-ink paves way for 3D printed tissues

Scientists from University of Bristol are utilising bio-ink on 3D printers, allowing the printing of living tissue and aims to…