Manufacturing News

There are lots of factors that impact manufacturing in the United States, so it is important to stay informed, whatever your industry. The Wiser daily manufacturing news email will help you do that just that. The influences that affect manufacturing include the rate of economic growth in developing countries like China; the cost of oil; globally significant events like natural disasters or war; advances in technology; government policy; and more. The term manufacturing covers any company involved in the production of goods. It includes small businesses with a handful of employees up to major corporations, and it exists in a range of industries. It is in a state of change - since the industrial revolution manufacturing has constantly evolved. It is therefore common to see once thriving companies shut down manufacturing because of weakening consumer demand, or companies moving manufacturing to other parts of the world because of cost. To follow these trends in manufacturing, and to stay up-to-date with the latest industry news and information, sign up for the manufacturing news email from Wiser. Every day we pull together the best articles from around the web and deliver them to you in an easy and quick to use digest.

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Lenovo's struggling mobile business sets sight on high-end market
Reuters • Sijia Jiang
REFILE-Lenovo's struggling mobile business sets sight on high-end market
CNBC • Sijia Jiang
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CleanTechnica • Andrea Bertoli
Making the Machines that Replace Humans
The Atlantic • Alana Semuels
Jajodia Is Quite Right Here - India Doesn't Have Cheap Labour
Forbes • Contributor, Tim Worstall
Ford faces lots of bumps in the road to a world of driverless cars
The Guardian • Guardian Staff
The Features Electric Car Drivers Demand & Desire (CleanTechnica Report)
CleanTechnica • Zachary Shahan
This $10 UV flashlight is a must-have in your toolkit
Daily Dot • The Daily Dot Bazaar
Review: Aukey Eclipse Bluetooth Speaker, a classy exterior with plenty of bass
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Brand Management, Manufacturing
Lenovo's struggling mobile business sets sight on high-end market
ReutersSijia Jiang
After a bruising fall from its spot as the world's third-largest mobile phone maker following its acquisition of Motorola three years ago, China's Lenovo Group Ltd (0992.HK) is counting on a push upmarket to stop the bleeding in its smartphone business. While...
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Manufacturing, Mobile Phones
REFILE-Lenovo's struggling mobile business sets sight on high-end market
CNBCSijia Jiang
(Corrects to fix typographical error in headline) * Lenovo mobile loss widens, despite overall return to profit * China market share dwindles; Brazil, India now biggest markets * Chairman says will keep Lenovo-Moto dual brand, streamline products, focus on premium HONG KONG,...
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Auto Industry, Cleantech
Cleantech Revolution — EV Leaders, Tesla Shuttles, Cleantech Entrepreneurship & Investing
CleanTechnicaAndrea Bertoli
’s next Cleantech Revolution Tour is approaching, and it is packed with EV and clean energy leaders from around Europe who are intent on easing the way into a brighter future. Starting in Berlin (Germany) on June 27 (special networking activities), continuing...
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Android (operating system), Manufacturing
Making the Machines that Replace Humans
The AtlanticAlana Semuels
MIAMISBURG, Ohio—A humanoid robot greets visitors to the Dayton-area offices of Yaskawa Motoman, a Japanese company that produces the machines being installed at thousands of factories around the globe. Its right arm is holding a screen, which playfully challenges visitors to compete...
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Economic Policy, Manufacturing
Jajodia Is Quite Right Here - India Doesn't Have Cheap Labour
ForbesContributor, Tim Worstall
What To Expect From Vietnam’s Economy In 2017 That there are people working away in India and earning that $1.90 a day which is the signifier of absolute poverty would seem to indicate that India has some pretty cheap labour. That a...
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Auto Industry, Gambling Industry
Ford faces lots of bumps in the road to a world of driverless cars
The GuardianGuardian Staff
A little over a century since Ford’s Model T first allowed the average American to drive their own motor car, the manufacturing giant is threatening to take them away from the wheel. Or at least the appointment of a new chief executive,...
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Auto Industry, Cleantech
The Features Electric Car Drivers Demand & Desire (CleanTechnica Report)
CleanTechnicaZachary Shahan
One of the more interesting things for me in our annual EV surveys is how much people want various special features — auto lane change, all-wheel drive, superfast charging, fast charging, etc. The extra fun in our new 93-page electric car driver...
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Electronic Components
This $10 UV flashlight is a must-have in your toolkit
Daily DotThe Daily Dot Bazaar
UV flashlights are essential in highly technical professions, but anyone can benefit from having one on hand. This UV handheld 12 LED flashlight is perfect for many uses. Like to tinker on projects in the dark? You’re covered. Prefer to have a...
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Digital Media, Electronic Components
Review: Aukey Eclipse Bluetooth Speaker, a classy exterior with plenty of bass
Windows CentralGeorge Ponder
Gimme a little Bass While Aukey offers plenty of eye-catching outdoor Bluetooth speakers, their Eclipse model represents a more conservative approach for streaming music. The Eclipse is designed more for the indoor environment with its woven fabric surface and classic design. The...
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Air Quality, Cleantech
Tiny Air Quality Monitors Are Helping Air Pollution Tracking Go Public
CleanTechnicaGuest Contributor
Originally published on Nexus Media. By Marlene Cimons Last summer, about a dozen high school and college students fanned out across the South Bronx and Brooklyn into four neighborhoods heavily trafficked by waste-hauling trucks. They counted the trucks and used special wearable...
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