The Mega Power Frunk front cargo space in the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning allows for a new type of pickup truck storage area.
"What COVID has done is that it has disrupted certain industries, but it has accelerated certain industries," WIPO Director General Daren Tang said.
We need all hands on deck to confront the China challenge.
Our national stockpile should be used to strengthen essential American industries—not to foster greater dependence on China.
America has long had its eye on a range of critical areas, ensuring that we have domestic production and do not have to rely upon unfriendly foreign sources.
From Copenhagen's ski slope atop a waste-to-energy plant to the world's first 3D-printed neighborhood in Mexico, these innovations are helping to create a more sustainable tomorrow.
Solutions are needed as we face this "new normal," and several innovators have stepped forward with some new ideas.
The COVID-19 pandemic devastated many U.S. industries, but speeded the transition to the digital economy — and Pendo took full advantage of the opportunity.
All too often, the ideas that get people excited tend toward the futuristic, like rocket ships and quantum computers. In an unequal society, these sorts of things don't benefit those most in need.
A U.S.-U.K. trade deal is the perfect opportunity to create a new, gold standard for international trade.
Forget cars: Ford is now in the "mobility" business. In an exclusive Newsweek interview, company CEO Jim Hackett says autonomous vehicles are the biggest revolution since the Model T.
Autonomous cars will remake your world - mostly for the good, and sooner than you think.
Some clinical trial experiences are so terrible, it's "almost as bad as dealing with Comcast or the worst airline."
The founder of the Dutch team wants to start building a commercial hyperloop transport system between Amsterdam and Paris by 2021.
"You don't get men ever saying they get hit on during [investor] meetings," says Constance Freedman, whose Moderne Ventures just announced a $33 million fund.
Getting industry up and running takes more than just money.
Technological change has had a far greater impact on U.S. jobs than any trade deal.
Shimon Peres has "a taste for innovation" and "a number of Kennedyesque qualities," Newsweek wrote in a 1977 story.
The former Israeli president and Nobel Peace Prize winner believes science and technological innovation could transform the region.
Investments represented a 55 percent increase on the $1.1 billion injected into new firms at the start of the year.