Mining has seen few advances in the last half-century. Most dangerous jobs are still done by humans. But now one company is challenging this dated paradigm.
Super materials can come from many things. They’re all different, but each have wild applications that could eventually replace the materials we use today.
As regular readers know, I’m an old-school gamer. My first video game system was an Atari 2600, with Combat!, Pitfall, Q-Bert … even the much maligned E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial game. But gaming has changed considerably since the days of the Atari 2600. No longer do you just buy a video game and play it at […]
In the investment world, Big Data has become big business. Alternative data provides intelligence that is relatively unknown to the rest of the market.
Americans have a love affair with trucks. And this automaker is looking to spice up the electric-vehicle world by offering the first electric truck.
Blockchain provides all the benefits of using modern technology without blindly trusting the tech oligopoly with your decisions, health data and whereabouts.
As Apple’s relative brand premium declines, so does its pricing power. Eventually, that must hit its bottom line. Perhaps it already has.
A new government report warns of the imminent economic and military dangers — not if — the U.S. falls behind China and Russia in the AI arms race.
What I’ve told my kids is the same thing that I’ll tell you: You need to be prepared for a world dominated by artificial intelligence.
The other week, the tech sector took an absolute beating. Today, you have the opportunity to buy the sector as it’s coming off that volatile week.
This current robotics boom is something that I’ve been researching for quite some time. The truth is, the robotics revolution is happening now.
A bipartisan health bill seeks to greatly deter the $60 billion abuse and fraud within the Medicare program with the use of smart card technology.
If we see equally high growth this year as we did in 2017, robot sales will have tripled in just six years. That’s an industry we want to invest in!
Cash as a method of payment is all but dead. And there’s a great way for investors to take advantage of this shift toward a cashless society.
Amazon and Apple, the first U.S. $1 trillion companies, are all the rage in the financial media. But not all trillion-dollar companies are created equal.
Unauthorized individuals accessed over 176 million health care records. But there’s a new technology that will change how hospitals protect your medical data.
About 30% of the world’s population plays video games now. And I believe we’re at the forefront of a huge global shift into mobile gaming.
Not only is life getting simpler with internet-connected technology such as smart watches … our lives are quite literally getting saved.
Unloved, ignored, misunderstood — these tech companies are the Rodney Dangerfields of the equity world. They get no respect.
Apple’s strong second-quarter results didn’t just push the stock into the trillion dollar category. It also solidified a major breakout.
Blockchain is a digital ledger of information. And as our medication undergoes a complete revolution, there will be more adoption of blockchain technology.
Right now, there’s no replacement for the smartphone. However, there are two technologies coming out soon that could revolutionize how we communicate.
Of course, performing gene editing on humans and animals is understandably controversial. But with plants, we’ve already seen enormous benefits.
Once filled to the brim with genius ideas and revolutionary products, Apple has not released a breakthrough product in more than a decade.
Voice recognition technology is clearly already having an impact on how we live. And this chart takes that one step further by showing how much it can still grow.
This is one of the most underappreciated rallies in recent memory. And these gains look likely to continue for the foreseeable future for a few reasons.
All great things come from making something more easy and convenient, and with insurance, there’s a lot of room for improvement.
This tech industry has been growing here in the United States at an exponential rate now for over a decade. But more recently, it has experienced huge growth overseas as well.
Man’s love affair with this metal began over 5,300 years ago. However, it’s our high-tech future that will bring about a bull market that no investor should miss.
It’s clear that the only thing Apple stock has going for it is that Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett keeps bidding it up.
Moats in the way that Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett defines them are lame. I believe this is a terrible time to invest in Buffett’s moats.
There is a sense that the major semiconductor stocks are nearing a crucial tipping point. To confirm my suspicions, I turned to technical charts for three of them.
Margins on music streaming are historically thin. So, you can imagine my surprise when Spotify went public earlier this month.
Solar has been the future of energy for over a decade, but it has struggled to deliver power today. And there’s a mix of reasons for falling sales.
If Facebook knows everything about you, it’s easier to figure out what you’re likely to buy. And this trove of information is a gold mine for online advertisers.
As renewable energy continues to grow on a global scale, the companies that produce it should see high demand from investors.
From work productivity to entertainment, from graphic design to database management, the world runs on American software.