Justin Fritz

LastPass Users Receive Unsettling Message

LastPass Users Receive Unsettling Message

The alarming number of data breaches that consumers have seen in recent years has some people on high alert. Verizon’s 2015 Data Breach Investigations Report showed that there were 2,122 confirmed security breaches in 61 countries over the last year. Of those confirmed breaches, 458 involved attacks on web applications. In these cases, “attackers used...

Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset is Finally Consumer Ready

Oculus Rift Finally Consumer Ready

Introducing the No. 1 item on kids’ Christmas lists this year: the Oculus Rift. Oculus revealed a consumer-ready version of its virtual reality (VR) headset at a press conference in San Francisco on Thursday. Yup, the VR technology that launched as a Kickstarter campaign in August 2012 will be ready to pre-order later this year....

Vinli Makes It Possible for Everyone to Have a Connected Car

Instantly Upgrade Your Car to “Connected” Status

The automobile industry has fully given in to the Internet of Things (IoT) movement. That is, patching anything and everything into the internet. According to Business Insider, the market for connected cars has experienced a compound annual growth rate of 45% over the last five years. That overshadows the overall car market 10 times over....

Fuel Replacements by Audi: E-Diesel and E-Benzin

2 Gasoline Alternatives Soon to Be a Reality?

When gasoline prices were at their highest, fuel-efficient vehicles were in major demand in the United States. And sales of gas-guzzling vehicles declined. Back in June 2014, the Consumer Federation of America reported that “drivers expect a median of 30 mpg in their next vehicle purchase.” That was based on a survey conducted by ORC...

A “Rehab Program” for Data-Addicted Consumers

Would you purchase a mobile phone that can only make and receive calls? Joe Hollier and Kaiwei Tang – the gentlemen behind a new Kickstarter campaign – certainly hope so. They’re the creators of a new mobile device called The Light Phone. This sleek, credit card-sized device forgoes the high-tech trappings that now come standard...

Can a Handshake Measure Your Lifespan?

A handshake can tell you a lot about a person. Someone with a bone-crushing grip could be excessively dominant. While a person who offers up a “dead fish” handshake is usually seen as weak. There are other factors to consider, as well. Like the temperature of your hands, duration, and eye contact… It’s kind of...

Standing Desk Upgrade: Autonomous Desk on Kickstarter

Workday Upgrade: the Desk of the Future

The disadvantages of sitting at a desk all day are well-documented. Studies show that sitting for long periods can lower your metabolism, and boost your risk of heart attack or a stroke. It can even cut your life expectancy… Back in 2011, The Wall Street Journal cited an American Cancer Society study, which said, “Women...

Rick Rule, Take Two: “Counterfeiting” U.S. Dollars…

Rick Rule, Take Two: “Counterfeiting” U.S. Dollars…

If you enjoyed the first part of our Keynote Speaker Series with Rick Rule, you’ll absolutely love part two… In today’s video, the King of Commodities returns with killer insights on the quiet war being waged by the Federal Reserve between inflation and deflation. Rick calls what’s presently happening “counterfeiting engaged in by the U.S....

Exclusive Interview With the King of Commodities, Rick Rule

Exclusive Interview With the King of Commodities, Rick Rule

As part of Wall Street Daily’s Keynote Speaker Series, our Director of Energy and Resources, Karim Rahemtulla, sits down with the King of Commodities himself, Rick Rule. The topic is gold, which Rick likely knows more about than anyone on the planet. In this exclusive interview, among other topics, Rick explains why mining companies are...

Is This the 3-D TV You’ve Been Waiting For?

Is This the 3-D TV You’ve Been Waiting For?

We’ve been waiting for a 3-D display technology that really wows us for a while now. And after seeing this new technology from Lancaster University… we’re still waiting. It’s called Tilt Display. Essentially, it involves nine screens that, well… tilt, in an attempt to better show an image’s multiple dimensions. But as you can see...