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Inside the surprisingly complex engineering process that creates an Olympic torch
A torch like the one in the Tokyo games is so much more than just a simple vessel for flame. This is how they spark into being.
LG will no longer make smartphones
After months of speculation, LG finally confirmed the death of its smartphone business.
Tesla’s new battery tech promises a road to a cheap self-driving electric car
New battery manufacturing tech could lead to big jumps in electric vehicle efficiency if everything works out.
Hemp and maple work together to power these high-end headphones
It took Grado two years to get the sound just right on the $420 gadget.
Robotic exoskeletons are storming out of sci-fi and onto your squishy human body
The Sarcos Guardian XO will help Delta employees handle heavy bags.
The world is on the brink of an industrial revolution and Manufacturing USA is making sure the U.S. will lead the way.
A New Model for Manufacturing Innovation
Industry insiders don’t use their products like we do. That should worry us.
Steve Jobs didn't let his kids use iPads, and maybe you shouldn't either.
For the booze business, going green is a matter of survival
Sustainable rum? I’ll drink to that!
Nike’s Flyknit 360 sneakers fit like 3D-printed socks
Weaving specific yarns into complex 3D patterns give Nike's Flyknit 360 shoes a secure fit.
Tuning a golf club’s signature ‘thwack’ sound costs millions
The wrong timbre can make even a great stick seem terrible