At the 2012 International Engine of the Year Awards, Ford walked away with three prizes for its small, turbocharged engine.
iPhone and iPad have some key U.S.-made components, according to Apple's CEO.
The car that I've called the "Big Camry" gets a heart transplant from the actual Camry. Is there room for both in Toyota's lineup?
The updated Air is really about new silicon. But there are other tweaks, like the fan, that are not insignificant.
Trumpets? Check. Eighty-five-ton flywheel? Check. U.K. music students incorporate the roaring sounds of a working steam mill engine into an original musical composition.
Robert Pera, an Apple hardware engineer who left to set up Ubiquiti Networks, reportedly promises to keep to the NBA team in Memphis. Might the Grizzlies ultimately end up in San Jose?
BMW partnered with Zagato, a historic Italian coach-builder, to create the Zagato Coupe. This one-off design study showcases Zagato's styling with a new take on the BMW Z4.
As the Web giant rolls out its "next generation of search" to provide users with more relevant query results, early indications show that search activity is rising.
Facebook is recruiting Apple engineers with iPhone experience to build what could be the first real Facebook phone.
Among other murmurings of a Facebook smartphone, The New York Times reports that the company is hoping to release the handset by next year.