The night President and Mrs. Trump had dinner at Mar-a-Lago with the Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan and his wife, Akie Abe - after a nice round of golf and a garden tour, before North Korea necessitated an impromptu news conference - Alexander Wang dragged his audience up to the crumbling abandoned RKO Hamilton Theater on 146th Street in Harlem and jammed everyone into a standing-room-only area that once housed orchestra seats and now framed a raised runway.
German engineering group Siemens has run a successful test of power generation gas turbine blades produced wholly by metal-based 3D printing by U.K.-based Materials Solutions, which it bought last year.
The government of the Indian state of Karnataka says it welcomed a proposal from Apple Inc to begin initial manufacturing operations in the state, in a sign the tech company is slowly moving forward with plans to assemble iPhones in the country.
British supermarkets have taken to rationing shoppers to three iceberg lettuces per visit after bad weather hit growing conditions in Spain, leading to a shortage in supplies that is set to continue through to March.
Ordering a bottle of Corona beer at a bar in the United States is a simple proposition. But getting it there from its brewery in Mexico involves a complex, cross-border supply network that will likely get more complicated if U.S. president Donald Trump follows through on vows to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) or tax imports.
Cisco Systems Inc, Bosch Ltd and several other companies, have set up a consortium to work on how blockchain can be used to secure and improve "internet of things" applications, as sectors beyond finance seek to benefit from bitcoin’s underlying technology.