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Cloud Cover

From CEOs to shop owners, cloud savvy is producing Barron’s released its list of the 30 best leaders in business, 2018 edition, this week. A main theme covered by the business magazine is that these CEOs have navigated the emergence of ‘cloud’ technology effectively. While this mostly applies to tech companies, it also included companies […]

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Phone Home

Startup Mobile Initiative moves manufacturing ops to Indiana A potentially good sign for reshoring advocates comes in the unlikely form of a tech company with a mostly young customer base (and staff) that was started merely three years ago. Louisville, Ky.-based Mobile Initiative, which is the brainchild of two technology experts with over thirty years […]

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A Crucial Juncture

3D printed gun blueprints blocked for now; debate intensifies 3D printing burst onto the scene over the last decade as a potentially revolutionary method for manufacturing, design, technology, and training. Applicable to scores of businesses across almost every field—and able to do everything from aiding in production and cutting downtime to printing specialized parts and […]

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From Shop to Show

IMTS discusses Internet of Things connections IMTS is a trade show that prides itself on connections. The most prominent of these that comes to mind is contained in its title—that of manufacturing and technology. This year’s show will emphasize connecting machines to a network for monitoring and performance analysis. “Many of the machine tools on […]

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Extra Potential

Exro, Potencia teaming up for motor and generator efficiency projects For American ‘reshoring’ advocates, this one might seem like a tough loss. Two major presences in the world of high-efficiency electric motors and generators have linked up, and their pipeline arches just over both U.S. borders. Exro Technologies, of Vancouver, B.C., has announced an industrial […]

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Self-Driving Fatality

Accident in Tempe forces Uber to suspend program The vaunted technology of self-driving vehicles saw its first major failure on the evening of March 19, when one of the cars caused a fatality in Tempe, Arizona. A 39-year old pedestrian was the victim. The tragic accident prompted Uber, the company responsible, to suspend all driverless […]

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Electric Food

Could renewable energy help solve world hunger? Finnish researchers have created a batch of single-cell protein that is nutritious enough to serve for dinner using a system powered by renewable energy. The entire process requires only electricity, water, carbon dioxide, and microbes. The synthetic food was created as part of the Food From Electricity project, which is […]

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Spray-On Solar

New technology hopes to expand solar applicability Just in time for sunny weather, you now have the option to “spray on” your green energy instead of “rubbing it in” in front of those who use conventional methods. Beginning with the exploration and development of a material called perovskite in the mid-2000s, researchers and solar companies may […]

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