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Volkswagen announces $650 million investment in Argentina plant

Buenos Aires - German automaker Volkswagen on Friday announced a plan to invest $650 million in an Argentina plant where it will manufacture a new sport-utility vehicle, according to a statement released by the government.

Food production is going digital for new opportunities

Food production is undergoing its own digital transformation, with producers seeking to gain market intelligence, automate processes and interact with customers in new ways.

Op-Ed: Beethoven's Promethean Concerto — Best theatrical play of August

Lindenhurst - "Beethoven's Promethean Concerto in C Minor WoO" by playwright Cindi Sansone-Braff is the best theatrical production of August.

Automation key to McDonald's revival

Des Plaines - Fast food giant McDonald's has seen a significant rise in second quarter profits. This is being put down to new ways of working and automation, leading to increased productivity.

Christine Nagy back with new 'Not Curing Cancer' production

Ocean Grove - Actress and radio personality Christine Nagy will be starring in the witty new production "Not Curing Cancer" this April.

Synthetic chemicals — An ignored risk to ecological change

Concerns over the proliferation of synthetic chemicals and pesticides, in particular, gave rise to the environmental movement in the 1960s. But scientific analysis of synthetic chemical pollution and their ecological impacts is disproportionately low.

Brighter, clearer AMOLED displays to come to more smartphones

Higher quality displays are likely to be available on more smartphones in the near future, giving you a better experience regardless of your budget. The price of high-quality AMOLED displays has recently dropped significantly to undercut older LCD panels.

Nokia unveils a 360-degree virtual reality camera with 3D sound

Confirming previous rumours regarding what Nokia was planning to unveil at its VIP press event this week, the company has announced that it is developing a virtual reality camera for the movie industry that can capture 360-degree panoramas.

iPhone 6S is in production, front panel identical to the 6

Images of the next iPhone's front panel in an Apple factory have leaked. They show that Apple has begun mainstream production of its next flagship device, expected to arrive in a couple of months, although it looks identical to the current iPhone 6.

Apple has begun production of the next iPhone with Force Touch

A report has stated that Apple's assembly lines have now begun to build the next iPhone. Confirming previous rumours, the phone, available in two sizes, apparently features the Force Touch display technology that is used on the Apple Watch.

Nokia is intending to return to smartphones in 2016 after all

After first hearing that Nokia will be resuming smartphone production again and then the subsequent denial of any such intent, the company's chief executive has now said that Nokia is indeed looking to get back into smartphones again in 2016.

Mix, tune and make music on your mobile device

Beyond just listening to music, your phone or tablet can also do much more when accompanied with the right apps. From instrument tuners to DJ apps and full music creation tools, here are the things you need to unlock the musical potential of your phone.

Nokia confirms that it will return to smartphones next year

Finnish telecom company Nokia has hinted it will begin smartphone production again next year, confirming several recent rumours. Nokia has to wait until Microsoft's acquired license on its name expires at the end of this year.

Op-Ed: When you don't know what you want, that's what you get

Given that things must be produced for a sufficiently broad segment of the population, how can we ever expect to find what it is that we truly want?

Op-Ed: Could automated welding increase factory productivity and profit?

Increasingly factories are moving to use automated welding equipment instead of manual human welders so could this actually significantly increase the productivity and so profit of the factory?

With an incredibly healthy pipeline, Boeing deemed ready to fly

With a contentious labor union vote behind it, and with global airplane manufacturing orders in abundance, the Boeing Company appears poised for untethered growth.

Baelo Claudia: 2nd century Roman city in southern Spain Special

Tarifa - On the outskirts of Tarifa, close to the village of Bolonia on the Costa de la Luz, lies a fascinating Roman city dating back to the 2nd century BC called Baelo Claudia.

Film clips: 'Samsara' — an introduction into food production

The video is a selection of clips from the film "Samsara" (which is a Tibetan word meaning "the wheel of life") which show how our food is mass-produced in automated fashion, from living, breathing, feeling creatures, for our consumption.

Miners: Gold production will continue to decline

After hitting nearly $1,200USD on Thursday morning, gold miners across North America believe gold production will continue to fall as deposits are being exhausted.

Media Giant grabs UAE mobile TV license

Emirates Mobile Television Corporation (EMTC) has been granted this Sunday the UAE's sole mobile TV broadcasting license.

All-electric three-wheel car to begin production this fall

It looks like a Jetsons car and costs $25,000. The all-electric Aptera 2e will begin rolling out this fall as another auto company seeks to merge clean energy with eye-popping design.

Nokia cuts production, closes R&D facility

The largest handset maker in the world, Nokia, is cutting jobs at one plant and will close down a research and development center in Finland. The company blames poor demand for cellphones worldwide.

OPEC Ministers Weigh Another Oil-Production Cut

The world's big oil exporters are struggling to trim production enough to boost prices as demands plummets but now Saudi Arabia says that $75 is a fair price for a barrel of oil. OPEC may still struggle to keep prices at any set level.

Network Special For Obama To Be Produced By Oprah?

The diva of daytime talk shows, Oprah Winfrey, is said to have offered to help produce Barack Obama's half hour network special that is to air October 29. Winfrey, a staunch Obama supporter, has repeatedly asked Obama to let her help with his campaign.

Op-Ed: Monsanto or Markets?

Monsanto (famous -- and vilified -- for genetically modified seeds) wants to use GMOs to grow more food with less water, addressing two problems (food demand and water shortages) at once. Water markets can also work, but can activists accept either?

China Has Cornered The Vitamin Market

Do you take vitamin C? Odds are that little tablet you're eating came from China. After the recent scandals involving tainted pet food and toothpaste, what guarantees do we have that our vitamins are safe?

Salma Hayek, MGM Form Production Company With Latino Influence

Hayek's new production company, Ventanazul, will release 2-4 films per year, focusing on Latino themes with mass appeal.

Anna Nicole Smith: The Movie?

A movie about Anna Nicole Smith is already in the works, only about a month after her death.

Aston Martin Steps up Production and Introduces New Rapide Model

The sports car manufacturer has been recently sold by Ford to new owners including David Richards, a former rally car driver and head of the motor-racing business Prodrive, and Kuwaiti investment groups. The Rapide represents the second model to be produ

To Jim Carrey, 23 is much more than a number

"It started out for me with a friend of mine in Canada, who handed it down to me," Carrey says in explaining his fascination with 23. "He was seeing it everywhere, adding up licence plates and other things. He had a book of 23 (phenomena) ... I said he...
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