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Doctors In Japan Use Artificial Intelligence To Diagnose Leukemia

08/11/2016, If you’ve watch TV shows like House, you probably know that there are some conditions that people suffer from that are rare and aren’t as easy to diagnose. However it seems that in the future, such conditions could be diagnosed much quicker thanks to...

IBM Finds A Way To Use Phase-Change Memory In Flash & RAM

05/17/2016, With every release of RAM modules or flash memory, companies find ways to make them faster and more reliable than before, but it seems that IBM has managed to figure out a way that could potentially replace such technology in the future, which is thanks...

IBM Develops Chemical That Can Block A Multitude Of Killer Viruses

05/11/2016, You might have a bar of antibacterial soap at home and for the most part you know that it is supposed to kill of bacteria. However the bacteria that it kills tends to be of the common variety that might cause odor, skin infections, or food poisoning....

1995 PC Case Gets A New Life As An Awesome Gaming Rig

02/24/2016, You would think that 20 years later we would have PC cases that look nothing like what they used to back in the day, but it doesn’t really seem to be that way. For the most part, PC cases are still shaped like a rectangular box, except maybe these days...

Ford And IBM Are Working Together To Track Available Parking Spots

01/12/2016, Anybody who lives in a big city and owns a car is well aware that it’s not that easy to find an available parking spot. You usually have to drive around the block a couple of times before one opens up. Driving around for a parking spot eats up your...

IBM Watson Supercomputer Will Help With Your Holiday Shopping

11/18/2015, The holiday shopping season is upon us and that means having to decide what gifts to get for our family, friends and colleagues. It’s not the easiest of tasks since it involves a lot of thought, making sure that the gifts we buy are relevant enough...

IBM Reportedly Plans To Buy Up To 200k MacBooks For Employees

07/31/2015, Last year Apple and IBM announced a partnership in which it would see Apple make a bigger push in the enterprise market. Earlier this year, IBM was reportedly planning on purchasing as many as 50k MacBooks to give out to employees by the end of 2015, but...

IBM Succeeds In Creating Even Smaller Computer Chips

07/09/2015, Ah, the arms race in the world of semiconductors do seem to involve faster speeds and smaller sizes, but it looked as though that we are approaching a point of diminishing returns in terms of performance as opposed to its size. Perhaps there is a new...

Apple, IBM To Work With Japan Post To Address The Elderly’s Needs

04/30/2015, When Apple and IBM announced their partnership last year, it would see a push into the enterprise market for Apple. It seems that not only would it push Apple into the enterprise in the US, but now it looks like it will be headed to Japan in a recent...

IBM Verse Email App Intends To Make You More Efficient

11/18/2014, I am quite sure that the first time you dived into the world of emails, you were so enthralled by it, that you simply could not stop yourself from checking your email from time to time each day. Nowadays, it is more of a drag – where plenty of...

Microsoft Finally Patches 19-year Old Windows Bug With IBM’s Help

11/13/2014, No piece of software is perfect. Sure many applications run smooth and work as they should, at least on the surface, but somewhere there is a loophole that can be exploited or a very rare bug that almost never manifests itself. Well it seems that this...

IBM To Assist In Fight Against Ebola

10/26/2014, The battle of humanity against the scourge known as Ebola rages on, and it is extremely encouraging to see different facets rise up and make a stand. IBM will make their contribution in the form of their super-computing data crunching capabilities over in...

IBM Transforms U.S. Open Tennis Data Into Music

08/28/2014, Who would have thought that sport could actually be transformed into something that is like an art form? This is exactly what the folks over at IBM did – by using tennis data collected over at the U.S. Open, where a ‘Sessions’ app will...