Today sports tech is growing even beyond the game itself. Most players wear some kind of tracking device in their jersey on game day. That’s how we get all that rich data. But, the American NFL, National Basketball Association (NBA) and Major League Baseball (MLB) have taken it to a completely new level. Athletes in these sports now wear a WHOOP device.
By entering into a binding agreement with Omix Ventures Private Ltd, also known as Shivom, it’s now able to create new opportunities while expanding its business platform. Genetic Technologies specialises in diagnostics and research, focusing on data variations to help counter breast cancer.
Clover Corporation’s [ASX:CLV] share price has risen another 6.69% today. At the time of writing, the company’s shares are trading at $1.68, up from $1.57 yesterday.
Today, technology is still changing what it means to take a holiday. Even in your lifetime holidays have changed significantly…Airbnb has disrupted the concept of hotels.
Afterpay Touch Group Ltd [ASX:APT] share price has been zigzagging on the stock exchange in a fairly volatile fashion over the last 24 hours, leading investors to wonder what’s happening to disrupt the stock.
Your car is now the most high tech piece of kit you’ll possibly ever own. But it doesn't even compare with what the cars of the future will look like.
Kogan Ltd’s [ASX: KGN] share price tumbled nearly 13% yesterday, based on reports that founders of the online retailer were secretively looking to sell portion of their shares.
During the 1960–70s, it was all too easy to make money. US investors bought and held blue chip growth stocks. But it all came crashing down in 1982. Will we see a similar situation play out today for tech stocks globally?
When the Markets opened today Xero share price was trading at $41.15. It climbed a peak of $42.61 per share today. It has since pulled back to $42.30 at time of writing, up 2.57% from the open. The cloud-based accounting software company is emerging as one of the leading companies in a growing market in the Australia.
It’s incredible to think that this issue of undesired plants has been a problem for over 23,000 years. We just simply can’t get rid of weeds for good it seems. But, while weeds may still be around, we’ve certainly gotten a lot better at managing them.