Patrick Cox has lived deep inside transformative technologies for over 25 years. In the 1980s, he worked in software development and manufacturing. By the mid-‘90s, he consulted for Netscape–which handled 90% of all Internet browsing traffic at the time. InfoWorld and USA Today have featured his research, and he’s written for The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, USA Today and Reason Magazine. Patrick has appeared on Crossfire and Nightline, and been written up in The Baltimore Sun and CNBC Magazine. Now, Patrick edits Breakthrough Technology Alert and Technology Profits Confidential, uncovering transformational technologies that offer exponential gains.
The scientific journal Nature Biotechnology just published the results of a study conducted by researchers from Alnylam Pharmaceuticals Inc. (ALNY: NASDAQ) and MIT.
Having watched the huge tech winners for as long as I have, the takeaway message is clear. If you want to join the many, many multimillionaires who have ridden stocks like Apple, IBM and Google to riches
I wrote in a recent alert about the passing of writer Arthur C. Clarke. I did so primarily because he invented the field of satellite communications in a renowned scholarly paper before he'd even earned a college degree
British science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke died last week. I suspect most people think of him as only a science fiction author, but that woefully undervalues the man
In the last issue, I talked a lot about China. In particular, I discussed the increasing quality of Chinese tech manufacturing. Let me explain why this development could have a huge impact on U.S. corporations.
I watch the video game industry closely, for several reasons. One is straightforward and simple. It's huge and growing furiously. Hollywood is pretending otherwise, but gaming today is a bigger industry than the movie business.