IBM Creates Linux Without Limits

This is a full press effort and likely one of the most significant moves by the company this decade.

Apple needs to do something wacky for a change

Lots of companies like Tesla, Google and even Amazon have proposed some pretty wild things in recent years, perhaps it's time for Apple to step up to the weirdness plate and do something a little more outrageous.

Can Lenovo Do With x86 Servers What IBM Could Not?

Lenovo is building a very unique company; one with the product breadth to counter Amazon and Google not by building a better cloud service but by creating a true alternative model that would be more attractive to most large companies then a pure cloud play can ever be.

Z13 The Mainframe that Makes Mainframes Cool Again

The time for a new mainframe architecture couldn’t be more ideal because our mobile devices are increasingly used like terminals with the processing centralized.

Four Disruptive Changes Most Tech Vendors Will Miss

Every decade has its mistakes, often huge ones and virtually no IT vendor is free from them entirely.

NVIDIA and IBM Aim to Power the US into Supercomputer Leadership

There is an ongoing arms war for which country can field the most powerful supercomputers.

The Five Reasons Dell Beats HP in the Technology Market

I’m becoming more and more convinced that technology companies need to be led by subject matter experts.

Dell And the Future of the Desktop

The Smart Desk could be the future of the PC for everyone and not just workstation users.

IBM and NVIDIA Partner to Make OpenPower a Real Threat

The OpenPOWER Foundation effectively moves from a proof of concept to a power in the industry.

Debate: “Will the IBM/Apple partnership lead to a merger between the two companies?”

TGDaily and 1World have brought together Rob and Mary Enderle, two true Tech Gurus, to debate the possibility of a merger between the two tech giants. Watch the debate unfold below and make sure you vote for the debater you agree with most regarding the possibility of a merger.