Tech giants like Apple, Google, and software producer Oracle have pushed their stocks to incredible heights since the tech bubble burst 10 years ago.
Microsoft, on the other hand, has done little for its investors in the last decade.
That's because the computing firm's massive size and saturation in the market (75% of computers sold in the U.S. already operate on some form of Windows) have hampered its ability to make any more lasting gains… until now.
A new technological advance that's owned – lock, stock, and barrel – by Microsoft could be about to change the company's fortunes… and the future of technology, too.
This high-tech system is already in the homes of millions of Americans. It hit stores two years ago as mere entertainment.
But it took Microsoft's biggest enemy – hackers – to show the company the potential goldmine it was sitting on.
And now that Microsoft has the idea, the sky's the limit, says top technology analyst Michael A. Robinson.
In his new report, Michael shows you how this new technology will reinvent the way we shop for everything from clothes to groceries… make surgery safer and faster for patients… help train the next generation of Olympic athletes in their living rooms…
And that's just the first three applications Microsoft has endorsed. There are hundreds more waiting for the company's green light.
If you use the Internet, this new technology will affect you. And if you're a Microsoft investor, it could save your retirement from the gutter.
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In This Report
- Why this single technological breakthrough could save MSFT from oblivion.
- Where to find the "hacker connection" that brought Microsoft a new lease on life.
- Why one simple idea will change the way we do everything – from buying groceries to getting a checkup.