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The Next President Will Face an Internet Disaster

Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton is going to face a massive internet disaster during the next four to eight years. This isn’t some breach of confidentiality – the leak of celebrity photos, the naming of Ashley Madison users, the theft of Sony’s documents by North Korea – that cost about $3.8 million on average. No,...

Our Connected Car Future Is Motoring Closer

How do you know when the future is closer than ever? Well, one tip-off is when the news starts appearing in the mainstream media. That was the case two weeks ago when 60 Minutes featured a story about self-driving cars. If you’re a longtime Wall Street Daily reader or subscribe to our tech-based newsletter, Digital...

Amazon Echo: The World’s Smartest Assistant

Think Amazon (AMZN) is just the world’s largest online retailer? Think again. As technology advances, so does Amazon’s reach in the sector – to the point where it now competes with some of the largest companies in the world in a variety of fields. For example… In Amazon Web Services, it has a mammoth cloud-computing...

Driverless Cars’ Biggest Roadblock Is… People

The future is coming – and it’s coming this summer to California. A state renowned for its technological innovation will bring the latest glimpse of our future world order directly into the public eye in Mountain View. Tucked in between San Jose and Palo Alto, Mountain View is part of America’s tech epicenter. It’s also...

The Vibrating “Smart Bike” That Saves Lives

Leave it to the Dutch to come up with another great biking innovation. If you’ve ever been to Amsterdam, as I did a year ago, you’ll know that it’s an absolutely fervent cycling city. Bikes are everywhere. When cyclists aren’t dodging you on them, their bikes are parked outside of houses and apartments, chained to...

Google’s New-Age Tech Set to Shock Auto Market

Picture the scene… You’re about to go out for a night on the town with some friends. And once the drinks start flowing, you know things might get a little dicey on the drive home. So rather than drive yourself, you summon an Uber or (heaven forbid) a regular taxi to take you there. What...

An End to Traffic Jams Forever

In 1948, renowned New York urban planner, Robert Moses, proclaimed, “We’re well underway to solving the traffic problem.” Shortly afterwards, the United States built expansive highways and bridges as part of President Eisenhower’s Interstate Highway System. Job done, right? Well, let me ask you this: How was your commute today? Despite Mr. Moses’ bold declaration,...