AFRICANEWSWIRE.NET (May, 27 2012) In a recent Penny Stock Detectives aster-smaller-and-more-profitable-semiconductors">article, editor Danny Esposito argues that an investor might wonder where the limits are for innovation in technology stocks. Turns out they haven’t reached their limit yet. Esposito believes that “Nanodot”-based memory could become adopted by technology stocks in the near future, as tests continue to be conducted in the laboratories here in the U.S. and Taiwan. Nanodot-based memory has the potential to increase the speed with which data is transferred by 10 to 100 times.
“Imagine the investor sentiment towards technology stocks that adapt this technology and increase the speed with which we work with data today,” notes Esposito.
According to Esposito, technology stocks are paying close attention to one university that created a completely redesigned memory chip. Not only is the chip smaller than current memory chips, but it is also able to withstand higher temperatures, which means it won’t get hot after extended use. Besides these incredible features, what is even more excited is that the chip can hold more memory.
Should it be proven true, technology stocks could redesign cell phones to be even smaller and “iPads” to be even more compact or design the latest fad, believes Esposito.
These new mini-sensors presented by researchers wowed investors. Technology stocks marveled that something the size of a die could measure brain activity. Nanodot-based memory could be integrated into other medical or non-medical imaging devices to create more precise results, and thus a more accurate diagnosis for medical devices, according to Esposito.
There are other projects in the works that could revolutionize cell phones as we know them today, comments Esposito. New chips are being created that could possibly transmit data to a wireless device at five times current speeds, while consuming 50% less power, according to his article. This could potentially mean that battery power could last much longer than consumers are accustomed to today.
Technology stocks are well aware of the advantages of the above new technological developments, says Esposito. Each is getting in line to discover ways to exploit and adapt these technologies into the latest new consumer devices and possible revolutionary new medical devices.
Investors would do well to pay attention to the technology stocks that are adapting these technologies, in Esposito’s opinion. He feels they will lead to the biggest returns.
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