Reading through IT patents these days requires patience and tolerance. When you can patent common sense, there is clearly something wrong with the system.
IBM unveiled a decade-long research project that resulted in a new chip that combines electrical and optical circuits in the same package.
In a win for Mozilla, IBM has requested that all employees adopt Firefox as their default browser, regardless of the machine they're using for work.
Way back in April of 2009, IBM announced plans to build a question answering (QA) computing system with the ability to understand complex questions and answer them with enough precision to compete against humans on Jeopardy!
There's been a ton of announcements at Computex this week, but the most surprising thing to come out of the entire show is a coalition formed by six of the industry's biggest names.
Swiss police have arrested a group of people said to have had plans to blow up a state of the art IBM nanotechnology research facility near Rueschlikon.
Scientists from IBM have created a 3D map of the world that is so small, 1,000 of them could fit on a single grain of salt.
Sounds like many HP Integrity servers will get a new chassis after living in the same box for seven years.
In a list of the most respected CEOs in the world, Steve Jobs has been labeled as the most valuable of them all.
IBM has axed around 2,400 members of its staff in the U.S., replacing them with overseas workers instead.