Consumer electronics company Soniq is targeting India’s growing middle class, after entering the market three months ago.
Computer users have found a totally unexpected problem with Dell’s new 6430u laptops – they smell like cats have peed on them.
Toshiba Corporation plans to reduce global staff in its TV division by 3,000 and to stop manufacturing at one of its three overseas plants.
More electric vehicles (EVs) are hitting Australia’s roads, and more public charging stations are being installed to support them. What is missing, however, is an Australian standard or even a recommendation for charging connectors – the plug that joins the car to the charging station.
Nissan’s Nismo lab will be showcasing a smartwatch that provides the wearer with both biometric and automotive feedback.
Japan’s Sharp Corp announced yesterday that its plant in Karawang, Indonesia, has begun producing washing machines, as it looks to take advantage of rising consumer demand in the country.
“It’s actually taken us six years right from the brief to today,” said Martin Peek, a senior design engineer at Dyson, during a recent visit to Manufacturers’ Monthly to explain the company’s new line of vacuum cleaners.
New Zealand technology company Phitek has developed a magnetic connector for audio devices which it hopes airlines will use for passenger headsets.
Ballarat and its surrounds have suffered a loss of industrial activity recently, as tough economic conditions force companies to cut staff or reduce their hours.
Australian battery storage developer RedFlow is planning to start manufacturing its unique zinc bromine flow batteries commercially within the next nine months.
Laserforce International, a Brisbane based maker of laser tag systems, has chosen the city of Loveland, Colorado as a US manufacturing site.
The NSW government has announced that LED lights will be installed in 41 council areas across Sydney, the Hunter and the Central Coast.
Google is investing in a Taiwanese company that manufacturers micro chips used in its Google Glass, the eyeglass-enabled devices it is currently testing.
The Californian city of Fremont seems to be benefiting from an effort to attract intelligent manufacturers. Mayor Bill Harrison told Brent Balinski a little about Warm Springs, Fremont’s innovation hub.
Leaps forward in silicon circuit manufacturing may lead to a new era of bio-electronics.
Christchurch-based light bulb maker Energy Mad has agreed to sell its 20 per cent stake in its Chinese joint venture factory.
Electronics made from cement could be a reality in the future, as scientists from the US, Japan, Finland and Germany unravelled the formula for turning liquid cement into liquid metal.
NZ lighting manufacturer Energy Mad has received a NZD $315,000 ($261,000) ecobulb order from its German Distributor EisenFischer.
Major Japanese electronics manufacturer Panasonic plans to cut about 5,000 jobs over three years in its automotive and industrial systems unit. The job losses are overseas.
Adelaide-based defence electronics manufacturer Codan was the subject of a cyber-attack, allegedly from China,