The analysis is computer generated. Blue has nothing to do with revenues/earnings at this juncture. Its all about turning on/off genes.
to Just about any disease..........................................holy grail has resurfaced in genetics and this time turning on/off genes is real deal (no off-target bs).
Could become a very expensive stock soon and one of the most pricy stock down the road. Gene Therapy- is like the internet in the 90's or dialing back to the days of Genentech and Amgen go-go.
Virtual reality will revolutionise the gaming market in just two years, according to the head of Sony’s PlayStation business in the Americas, as the Japanese electronics group readies its Project Morpheus headset to rival Facebook’s Oculus Rift.
In early 2013 we reported that Apple had recruited a former senior researcher at LG Display, Dr. Lee Jeung-jil, who was in charge of researching OLED printing technology. So it's obvious that Apple is staying on top of this technology so that they can bring this to market when the time is right. To date Apple has several OLED inventions on record (One, two and three). Apple's current invention clearly acknowledges that OLED has better contrast ratios compared to LCDs while continuing to invent supporting technologies to correct certain OLED weaknesses and/or to fine tune the technology for specific applications or devices. Today's patent application relates to processes for realizing a variable optical path length for one or more microcavities in an AMOLED display. In the shorter term, we reported earlier this week that Apple placed orders for new power reducing Oxide LCD Displays for next year's iPad Air.
Apple's patent background begins by acknowledging that active matrix organic light emitting diode (AMOLED) displays have become more mainstream due to their better contrast ratios when compared to conventional liquid crystal displays (LCDs).
Biometrics are coming to PCs: Intel's Kirk Skaugen, corporate vice president and general manager of the PC Client Group, noted during his keynote at CES 2013 that Intel would be bringing Biometrics to the PC. Today we learn that during an event last week Intel's Skaugen stated that Intel and McAfee will be bringing a biometric solution to better secure PC's by the end of the year.
The stock-market is masking the true health of the economy. Q-easing and low-rates are fluff n stuff. In reality, the uni-bomber had it about right: technology would in some ways be a detriment to society and business. You can see robots and AI will replace many many jobs in factory, service and more. The crush is coming!!
As part of its Uncarrier strategy, last year T-Mobile removed roaming costs for its clients when travelling in over 100 countries. Now the company wants to bring the same convenience to the connected car market, where cross-border travel can incur heavy roaming fees.
According to the carrier, travelling to Canada can cost drivers of connected cars up to $200 per month, if services like mapping, email, or video monitoring are being used. With eSIM, that cost is reduced to local rates if the driver travels to a country where T-Mobile has a roaming agreement. For now that means Canada, but T-Mobile promised more international markets will be announced throughout 2014.
“We’re bringing Un-carrier to the M2M space by doing what T-Mobile always does: putting our focus on the customer first through simplicity, transparency and cost”, said Drew Kelton, executive vice president, T-Mobile Business Markets.
Connected cars are a growing area of interest, with initiatives like the Google-backed Open Automotive Alliance and Apple’s iOS in the Car. A majority of cars shipping in the future will feature cellular network connectivity, and T-Mobile positions itself in this area as an ideal choice for companies looking to give users a seamless and affordable experience.
One of the first clients to use T-Mobile’s eSIM will be Mojio, which provides a module that turns almost any car built in the past 15 years into a connected vehicle. But it’s not only cars that can benefit from eSIM – as more categories of devices come with cellular connectivity, there will be a real need for international data plans that don’t cost users an arm and a leg.
NOV earnings presentation- slide "Functional Printing" Update mentions UNXL in NOV earnings presentation- so they must value UNXL' technology?
Wearable devices are poised to become the fastest-selling consumer electronics category of all time, ramping faster than smartphones and tablets, Morgan Stanley predicted in a report Wednesday.
Morgan Stanley expects wearable device shipments to increase from 6 million units in 2013 to 248 million in 2017, for a compound annual growth rate of 154%. That's more than double industry estimates, the investment bank said.
Its bull case forecasts 1 billion units in 2020 if the devices are adopted by enterprises, such as in retail and manufacturing, and if there are subsidies for consumers from insurance companies and employers.
CR is a good guy- Its just you need a warrior in the CEO chair like Kevin Klock. If they recruited KLOCK the stock would be $11!