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HTC and IBM partner up, will focus on the enterprise market

01/24/2012, Heads up enterprise users, if you’ve enjoyed HTC’s smartphone and tablet offerings from a regular consumer’s standpoint, you might be pleased to hear that the Taiwanese company has recently entered into a new partnership with IBM with plans to enter...

IBM working on EV battery with 500 mile range

01/16/2012, One of the drawbacks to owning or driving an electric vehicle would be the limited amount of range that one can drive it before requiring a recharge. This is not so bad if you use your EV mainly for short trips and can change it when you get back home,...

IBM picks up most patents in 2011

01/11/2012, IBM is at the top of the list again for the year 2011 when it comes to the number of U.S. patents won, ensuring the company reserves a place in the pantheon of history for itself with its 19th straight year on top. Of course, the scramble for places below...

IBM predicts mind controlled computers and smartphones in 5 years

12/20/2011, With the deployment of Siri on Apple’s iPhone 4S, not to mention the steady improvement of voice recognition technology, it would appear as though one of the ways that we could be controlling our smartphones and gadgets in the future would be...

Google purchases another 1,023 patents from IBM

09/15/2011, In our current situation of patent wars happening left and right, naturally the more patents you have under your name, the more well protected you will be, not to mention you’ll probably have more “weapons” to use against your competitors should a...

Smarter Vehicle platform showcased at Extreme Blue

09/12/2011, Don’t you hate it when you have many family members sharing the same car, and you need to use the car but you need to spend the next several minutes adjusting the seat, mirrors, radio station, etc? While it may not be making its way into our vehicles in...

IBM works on biggest ever disk at 120 petabytes

09/02/2011, If you’re feeling smug that you have a few TBs of storage space in your home computer setup, your eyes will definitely turn green with envy after hearing that IBM is currently developing what could very well be the largest capacity...

IBM working on 120 petabyte data repository

08/26/2011, Is there another company that plans to build a cloud service? Well we can’t confirm that, but it appears that IBM is building a data repository at IBM’s Almaden, California, and it is a data repository that is apparently 10 times bigger than any made...

IBM First Synaptic Chip Tries To Mimic Human Brain

08/20/2011, Backed by U.S Defense funding, IBM has recently announced the world’s first “synaptic” processor project: it’s a chip that which mimics the human brain architecture. The company calls this an unprecedented progress in building a...

Brain chips being pursued by IBM

08/18/2011, Computers have certainly come a long way since it was first unleashed upon the world, and IBM has been a name associated with computers for as long as I can remember. Well, the company is now working on a couple of prototype chips that is said to be able...

IBM patents new technology to improve virtual keyboards

07/24/2011,   While we all know that virtual keyboards will never replace physical keyboards anytime soon when it comes to speed and accuracy – engineers are constantly trying to make things better. The folks over at IBM recently filed a patent application for...

Wolfram Alpha is biggest calculator in the world

02/13/2011, Tomorrow should be something special as we take a break from the hubbub that is MWC 2011 in Barcelona – we’re looking at an IBM computer which will tackle a couple of humans in a special week of television’s “Jeopardy.”...

IBM has Microsoft Office in its crosshairs

01/31/2011, IBM has cast an envious glance at Microsoft’s multi–billion dollar Office franchise for some time already, and intends to cause a dent in the Redmond company’s portfolio with their hosted incarnation of its personal productivity suite that...

IBM and ARM partnership for new mobile chipsets

01/20/2011, IBM and ARM have announced that they will be partnering on advanced semiconductor technologies that are designed to power the next generation of mobile gadgets. The goal of the partnership is to create 14nm chips that will be suitable for better power...