Once I've got a shortlist of stocks I then subject them to a five-step screening process. These are what I call the five keys of revolutionary technology…
Cheap communications and IT meant that previously ‘safe’ service sector jobs could be carried out almost anywhere. The machines will be able to take over.
There are plenty of uses for persistent, low-cost, self-guided drones in the sky. We'll see them applied in ways we won't necessarily see coming.
Immersive technology is quickly becoming a way of life. And Nintendo will have a huge role in making it reality. They are effectively ‘gamifying’ life.
Yesterday, we told you about a time when military forces used robotics. Specifically, we covered iRobot and Google. Today, we pick up where we left off...
Over 20 years ago, a trio of young scientists founded iRobot Corp. iRobot is a great example of a company that's bringing about ‘the day of the last warrior’.
Will Artificial Intelligence really exist? And if it does, will it be the end of humanity, or the beginning of something better?
Apple is going to get hit from all sides. Watch out as the great innovator gets out-innovated. And if Apple is no longer considered a growth stock, then there needs to be a fundamental revaluation of the shares.
For a 'smart home' set up all you need is your Wi-Fi. That all sounds great. Yet, there is one big problem – security.
ICE agents interrogated a man under suspicion of illegally recording the movie. This man was innocent. He was wearing Google Glass.