IBM Power Calls Intel’s Model And Processor Obsolete

I’m at IBM Edge this week and Power is clearly a major part of this event. Doug Balog General Manager of IBM’s Power Systems group was talking about disruption today and there are few things as disruptive and IBM’s unique approach to servers and technology. The focus of his talk is on the cloud and how Intel’s model and parts are obsolete. Doug is arguing that the elements of this move to the cloud have to do with Flexibility, Speed, Productivity, and Efficiency. As a result, the conversation has moved from a technology conversation to a business conversation. To address these business needs...

The Creepy Trailer for "Morgan" Was Made By IBM's Watson

The supercomputer has become the first AI to create a film trailer, in collaboration with 20th Century Fox.

IBM Patented a Google Glass-Like Eyewear With ‘Night Vision’

In a low-light environment, the projector automatically projects a low-level red light in to each eye.

IBM’s Quantum Computers Are Here, and you can try it

IBM launches cloud based service for public that makes use of quantum computers.

The Changing Face Of NVIDIA’s GTC: From Graphics And Tools To Thinking Computers

The GTC or GPU Technology Conference put on by NVIDIA is one of the more interesting events during the year but as I prepared for this year’s event it struck me that the evolution of this conference reflects a very real change in what is going on in the technology market. A very real shift from the way we used computers last century and how computer use this century is evolving to be very different. The attendance levels, the speakers, the conference focus all reflect that the emerging world of technology is a very different beast. Let’s explore that a little bit. Growth Spurt First in terms...

Why Android is a blessing

How would have smartphones developed if Android hadn't shown up?

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.

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