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Tech and Innovation Archive

Nothing garners more excitement (and profits) in the investment world like new technology. Apple’s (Nasdaq: AAPL) iPhone is the perfect example. When the company launched the original device in 2007, shares blasted over 300% higher in less than four years.

Now, targeting companies like Apple might work for long-term investors. But traders looking to bank double-digit gains in short order should shift their focus to smaller, lesser-known players in the technology space. The following articles should point you in the right direction.

August 2014

Amazon’s Stock Can’t Defy Gravity Forever

By - August 22, 2014

As an online retail dinosaur, Amazon has been the biggest beneficiary of showrooming for years. But is a reversal forming?

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Why are These Tech Giants Meeting in Secret?

By - August 20, 2014

Technology companies are currently vying for the opportunity to turn NYC's 7,000-plus payphones into free Wi-Fi hotspots.

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The Biggest Scourge on the Tech Industry

By - August 19, 2014

A patent infringement lawsuit was recently filed against a well-known celebrity. You'll never guess how he responded...

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Two Smart Grid Takeover Targets

By - August 18, 2014

To find a good takeover target, look for a company with lots of patents, such as these two firms in the smart grid sector.

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Advanced Battery Tech From Recycled Cigarettes

By - August 14, 2014

The process of recycling toxic, non-biodegradable cigarette filters could prove highly disruptive to multiple end markets.

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Haystack App Creating Chaos in Boston

By - August 11, 2014

Haystack is among the most disruptive forces that Boston has ever had to endure. Here's why it's causing such an uproar.

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