Five chip makers have created a non-profit joint venture to boost investment in Linux and increase its presence in consumer devices such as cellphones, TVs and tablet computers.
IBM has selected Nvidia's Tesla 20-series GPU to power a new line of HPC iDataPlex servers.
Seagate has confirmed plans to release a 3TB hard disk drive later this year. However, the 3TB drive will only be recognized by 64-bit operating systems, such as Windows 7, Vista and Linux.
This week Intel brought out a powerful new Atom processor that, according to them, could fit into an iPhone form, is vastly more powerful with similar battery life, and is priced competitively.
IBM has introduced a "serious game" designed to help companies solve their "real-world" business, environmental and logistical problems.
Google has reportedly acquired an engimatic San Jose-based startup staffed by former Apple and P.A. Semi employees.
You may love IBM for its market-leading innovation and valuable services, but if you owe back taxes, it's about to become your worst nightmare.
IBM has announced a new program called "Global Entrepreneur Initiative," designed to encourage small start-up companies to join the team, learn from some of IBM's best people and research, and help grow the companies that may some day be officially under IBM's corporate portfolio.
Robert Moffat, Jr, a man who probably used to pull down a 7-figure salary at IBM, will now be relegated to the life of a white-collar criminal.
Some day, somewhere, someone will buy today's $3 million supercomputer for $19.95 and wear it on their wrist. In the meantime, we dazzle ourselves with IDC's HPC market research.
Google wants you to ‘exchange’ your Microsoft Exchange software for its own Google apps, and is making it ever easier to make the switch with a new Google Apps Migration service.
Researchers at IBM and Stanford University have developed a potentially revolutionary method of producing environmentally-friendly plastic from plants.
You'd think from the barrage of publicity that the only two microprocessor companies in the world were Intel and AMD.
IBM has developed the world's fastest graphene transistor, which outperforms traditional silicon.