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Uber’s Winning Formula: Charm Everyone

Here at Tech & Innovation Daily, we like to be first. First to spot the most important, profitable tech trends. First with actionable investment ideas. And first in line for coffee. So let me be the first to call 2013 for what it was: The Year of the Automobile. Don’t believe me? Consider this brief...

The Technology That Will Help Prevent Another Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Well, it’s begun… The long, painstaking and, ultimately, very dangerous work of decommissioning the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan. Destroyed during the catastrophic tsunami in 2011, the nuclear reactors have remained in a highly precarious, radioactive state ever since. The first step on the road is the nerve-wracking job of removing the 1,500 fragile...

Web 2.0: Online Search Gets Up Close and Personal

There’s no doubt that the internet knits people together in ways never possible until Al Gore invented it. It’s easy and quick to connect with family, friends and business colleagues around the world. Like-minded people with similar interests can form communities, regardless of geographical distance. New marketplaces can form and prosper. And digging up research...

R.I.P. Daily Deals: 2008-2013

It was the midst of the Great Recession. The economy was freefalling… businesses were going bust… thousands of Americans were losing their jobs. Corporate America faced a huge problem: Companies wanted to shift their merchandise and attract new clients, but faced stressed, cash-strapped consumers more concerned with keeping the lights on. Then it happened… An...

This Potential IPO Would Make Gordon Gekko Blush

Sin is big business. Like it or not, some of the oldest, largest and most profitable companies are raking in billions from human vices. Consider Philip Morris (PM), Penn National Gaming (PENN), and Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD), for example. All three deal in “deadly sins” – tobacco, gambling and drinking. Now, you can shun these stocks...

Washington: The Thief That Robs Us All

Is it over? Is it really finally over? Yes… after weeks of bickering, haggling, finger-pointing and general Washington idiocy, the government shutdown has ended. Heck, we’ve even managed to avert another debt ceiling calamity. Well, at least until the next battle in a few months time. Congrats, Congress. Keep booting those cans down the road....

The New Technologies Helping to Fight Brain Trauma in Sports

And the hits keep on coming. As the National Football League gears up for another week of bruising action, we’ll no doubt see a few more dangerous hits. Specifically, those violent helmet-to-helmet collisions that trigger an “Oooh!” reaction. Dangerous hits to the head have become an increasingly worrying trend. And improved science and technology has...