Microsoft today announced new partners for its Surface Enterprise Initiative, including IBM and Booz Allen Hamilton. The company also announced Surface as a Service, a subscription model.
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Building on its $300m investment to develop Spark "as a type of 'analytics OS'", IBM's new offering promises "an interactive, collaborative, cloud-based" development environment for data scientists.
A new XPRIZE has been launched with the sole aim for spinning AI in a positive light via inspirational projects. Winners of the competition will be decided at TED2020 and receive $5m prize money.
The Linux Foundation has come up with a name for its Blockchain group which was announced in December. It's now called 'The Hyperledger Project', the name's trademark was given by Digital Asset.
The Linux Foundation has announced a new collaboration effort to help speed up development of blockchain technology, making it suitable for enterprise use.
The Apple CEO says it's best to not 'hold grudges' with rivals, as he plots to increase Apple's $25 billion a year enterprise business with help from Microsoft and IBM.
Moore's law has spurred improvements in processor architecture for years and Big Blue has just taken the next step, by creating working copies of 7nm transistors.
SecuTABLET, an Android tablet promising top notch security for enterprises, has been launched by BlackBerry's subsidiary, Secusmart in partnership with Samsung and IBM.
Lovestruck and horny employees are putting their employers and co-workers at risk by using dating apps that are severely vulnerable to hackers, according to a new report by IBM.
IBM will go through the biggest shake-up in corporate history, with the company set to lay off a record number of employees. More than 100,000 people around the world will be affected.
A highly evasive trojan named 'Citadel' is now attacking password managers. It can bypass most threat detection systems to access sensitive data without the user knowing making it highly dangerous.
In order to focus on semiconductor research and development of cloud, mobile and big data systems, IBM has decided to transfer its chip manufacturing business to Globalfoundries.
China is reportedly studying IBM servers and evaluating alternatives from local manufacturers to prevent surveillance of its banks from international agencies, such as United States' NSA.
Lenovo has announced that it will be acquiring IBM's low-end server business for $2.3 billion in cash and stock along with job offers for 7500 of IBM's employees associated with the unit.
The recently premiered JOBS movie has fallen flat with some critics and fans. Wouldn't it be great to see a similar movie based upon Apple's biggest competitor, Microsoft? The wait is over.
Due to a weakness in old encryption technologies, millions of phones are at risk of being controlled by hackers, who could be able to gain control of all phone features within a few minutes.
The eighth annual BrandZ list of the world's most valued brands puts Microsoft in seventh place in 2013, down two places from last year, while Apple remains the number one most valued brand.
IBM have used their advanced scientific devices to create the smallest movie ever. They manipulate individual atoms and photograph them frame-by-frame to create a short and sweet two minute film.
IBM has released a list of five innovations it predicts will happen in five years. This year, they are all based on extending human senses, including a PC that's able to smell odors.
IBM has released a new infographic that shows, according to its data, online shopping for Black Friday 2012 increased by 20.7 percent compared to sales in 2011, thanks in part to mobile devices.
Windows, MS-DOS, OS/2... and Xenix? Once upon a time, Microsoft was selling the world's most popular version of Unix, and rumor has it that they even used it to develop DOS and Windows.
Cray has announced its XC30 supercomputer, offering an impressive 100 petaflops of computing power to academics and researchers who might need it. No prizes for making a "that speed cray" joke.
Vaporware; the products that just keep getting delayed, and then disappears; the tech industry's full of it, and this week's Trivia Tuesday is delving into the anticlimactic world of vaporware.
The Asian giant is about to land in the USA, where the company will deploy its first manufacturing facility. The operation will help Lenovo better serve the local market and grow faster.
This week's Trivia Tuesday takes a look at operating systems; what they are, how they work, and their history, from their unlikely origins at General Motors to the source code of Windows.
In this article we test the theory if more research and development spending leads to increased intellectual property, and the number of patents might not be a good guide to a company's innovation.
IBM now holds the claim of building the world's fastest supercomputer. The Sequoia, installed in the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, achieved 16.32 petaflops.
Scared that Apple could be storing confidential communications, IBM has decided to ban its employees from using Apple's Siri on its corporate networks. But is there really anything to be afraid of?
25 years ago today, IBM and Microsoft announced OS/2, the PC operating system that was designed to replace DOS but failed to do so, thanks mostly to Microsoft's efforts to improve Windows.
A new list of the top 100 global brands in 2011 ranked Microsoft at number three, behind IBM at number two but ahead of Google at number four and Apple at number eight.
The year's not yet over, but IBM is looking towards the next five, with five predictions for developments and innovations in technology that it believes will have changed the world by the end of 2016.
Microsoft has been passed by IBM in terms of market value, making Microsoft the third biggest tech company in the world, behind both IBM and the biggest market value company in the world, Apple.
Earlier this month the original IBM PC model 5150 celebrated its 30th anniversary. We didn't want to let the occasion go by without paying our respects to the legacy that the 5150 brought.
IBM, which created the Jeopardy playing super computer Watson, is working on a computer chip designed to emulate how the human brain processes information.
IBM reproduces the original press release from August 12, 1981 that officially announced the launch of the IBM personal computer.
One of the original designers of the IBM PC says that the PC is no longer at the head of the computing industry, going the way of the typewriter and CRT monitors.
Microsoft's operating system business launched 30 years ago today with MS-DOS ... kind of. As The Register reports, on July 27, 1981 Microsoft bought the full rights to QDOS (Quick and Dirty Operating System), the...
Nintendo has already revealed that its next generation console, the Wii U, will have an AMD graphics processor inside. But will all three next generation consoles also have a GPU made by AMD? PC hardware...
The National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom has been told to halt all purchases of Microsoft software as the Cabinet Office prepares to negotiate a new pan-government deal with the company. According to The...
IBM continues to use their technology to take over the world. First Watson became a Jeopardy champion and later the company started pushing their solution to assist doctors in the medical world. Now it appears...
On June 16, 1911 a company called Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (C-T-R) officially opened for business in New York City. In 1924 it changed its name to something most of you recognize: International Business Machines, otherwise known...
IBM researchers have created a new type of high speed Graphene circuit that has the potential to transform several of the everyday electronics that many people have around their homes. The ultra-thin material supposedly has...
Watson’s goal to take over the world is continuing. IBM’s supercomputer first took out top Jeopardy contestants earlier this year. Now, according to USA Today, Watson is preparing to be used in the medical field...
Microsoft is still the biggest company for PC operating systems, at least according to the amount of revenue it generates. A new study from Gartner Research reports that Microsoft had $23.848 billion in revenue from...
As Watson utterly destroyed Jeopardy’s two reigning human champions at their own game, the tech world applauded IBM’s creation, but the applause was tempered by an almost palpable sense of anxiety. It’s that looking-over-the-precipice feeling...
"Elementary, my dear Watson." IBM's supercomputer, named Watson in honor of IBM founder Thomas J. Watson, bested star Jeopardy contestants Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings and it wasn't even close. Watson ended the day with...
After tackling the world's Chess Grandmaster's, IBM has set its sights on a new and arguably more complicated game: Jeopardy. Chess moves and strategy are computable through algorithms and mathematics, but IBM's Watson is looking...
The European Union aren’t shy when it comes to technology issues, they are the one who asked Microsoft for the web browser ballot screen. More recently, they have been diving into technology again and on Friday...
IBM's Vice President of Open Source, Bob Sutor, has made a blog post regarding the company's stance on web browsers. The company will be shifting to Mozilla Firefox as their browser of choice. This move...
At a sponsored dinner on Tuesday night, Dell Founder and CEO, Michael Dell, told of his dislike for netbooks and admitted that the "biggest mistake" of his career was not diversifying the company sooner. When...