Look up from the Apple iPhone 5 during the morning commute and start basking in the surrounding environment. CEO of Belus Capital Advisors, Brian Sozzi says you should notice something different. The subway is finally climbing out of 1950 by weaving in the technology that is being used above ground by businesses and households. Clearly, Apple, Google, and even Cisco should be licking their chops at the prospect of partaking in the subway tech revolution that has commenced. Sozzi shares the coolest things happening underground right now.
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