1 hr ago
China's Lenovo buys and diversifies to outshine PC rivals
Lenovo Group Ltd's bold acquisitions in its flagship PC business, a foray into mobile gadgets, and a relatively light debt load are setting it apart from PC rivals as industry shipments take their steepest fall in decades.
15 hrs ago
Xbox 360 games won't work with the Xbox One
Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled its newest gaming console, the Xbox One, with a slew of new capabilities.
Tue May 21, 2013
Goodbye, Lotus 1-2-3
"The first killer app was VisiCalc. This early spreadsheet turned the Apple II from a hobbyist toy to a business computer.
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Cisco's Beat Relieves Some Anxiety
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All Things Digital
HP Faces Trouble on Every Side Ahead of Earnings Report
When it reports quarterly earnings on Wednesday, Hewlett-Packard will give the latest update on efforts by CEO Meg Whitman to turn the troubled technology giant around.
All Things Digital
Customer Service Is Next Job for IBM's Watson
Remember Watson? The supercomputer that in an elaborate but interesting publicity stunt beat humanity at the game show "Jeopardy" a few years back, and then for a follow-up went on to become a big shot doctor , and more recently has started to specialize in cancer research now has yet another new job.
IBM: Risk-Reward Still Compelling Despite The Price Recovery
The share price of International Business Machines has recently recouped some loss incurred in April following the company's lackluster Q1 earnings results .
Mon May 20, 2013
Bloomberg Appoints Samuel Palmisano as Independent Adviser
Bloomberg LP has announced the appointment of Samuel J. Palmisano, the former Chairman and CEO of IBM, to serve as an independent adviser regarding the Company's privacy and data standards.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Time Exxon Went Into the Semiconductor Business
And it wasn't just Exxon. In Silicon Valley's early days, all sorts of major corporations tried to get a piece of the pie.
Bloomington man is the go-to-guy for aviation records
When he's not traveling around monitoring and verifying aeronautic records, or soaring about in his own glider, Brian Utley spends his days working at Eden Prairie's WhereToLive.com, a web marketing and technology provider for real-estate companies.
IBM's DB2: After 30 Years and a Look Ahead
In just a few weeks, on June 7, IBM's DB2 will mark the 30th anniversary of its launch - which cemented the relational database's role as a cornerstone of the enterprise for many.
Fri May 17, 2013
How Genius Inside Allows Project Management Anywhere
One very recent calls the market for this kind of software "crowded". This article goes on to talk about how Genius Inside got perfect ratings in all 8 project management software categories from The article goes on to talk about Genius Inside and its beginnings.
Bloomberg taps former Ibm Ceo Palmisano for privacy, data advice
The announcement comes shortly after a scandal at the financial data services company in which reporters were given access to terminal customers' data.
Tablet computers may be hindering education
With vendors offering tablets at a discount to boards of education, an IT consultant wonders if students end up losing the benefits of hands-on learning A little education never hurts, goes an old saying.
Cape Cod Times
IBM: Watson's looking for work
International Business Machines will offer its Watson technology, which beat humans in "Jeopardy!," as a building block for startup companies making business software.
Is It Quantum Computing Or Not?
This week I had a fascinating discussion on BBC Radio 4 with Dr Geordie Rose , the CTO of DWave , triggered by the news that NASA and Google are investing in DWave's "quantum computer" . The idea is to set up a facility that is used by both NASA and Google but also allows academics to book time on the system to try out new ideas.
Thu May 16, 2013
Achieving Real Business Value with IBM Connections
IBMA Connections is a leading social software platform that can help your organization engage the right people, accelerate innovation, and deliver results.
Wed May 15, 2013
INTERVIEW-U.S. National Weather Service gets big computing ...
The U.S. National Weather Service is getting a quantum jump in computing power that will significantly improve its forecasting and storm tracking abilities to better protect the country from severe weather.
Science Fiction in the News
Swiss HCPVT Giant Photovoltaic 'Flower'
A huge flower-shaped photovoltaic system that uses a cooling system inspired by the hierarchical branched blood supply system of the human body.
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The PC Os War
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