Thanks to the silicon chip most of the gadgets we now use are small and truly portable, but have you considered what things looked like before things got so small. Well that chunky thing to your right is the first portable computer—laptop for short. It wasn’t cheap and it wasn’t very manageable. The IBM 5100 [...]August 8th, 2012 by Anthony West
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The days of IBM’s dominance in the PC and software market may be out the public consciousness, but that hasn’t stopped the company from racking up big-figure revenues—even in a shrinking economy. The company released its Q4 and fiscal year 2011 earnings figures with many analysts expressing surprise at the growth that IBM has managed [...]February 2nd, 2012 by Anthony West
Tech companies lasting a long time is a rarity these days. They are either merged with other companies or simply just fade away. IBM isn’t one those tech companies that will fade away soon as it just recently passed its hundred years of existence. IBM was formed in 1911 by the merger of three promising [...]June 18th, 2011 by Chad Buenaflor
IBM announced that it will soon offer cloud services that will help users tackle advanced technical and scientific computing tasks like climate research, simulations for product development, life sciences and analytics. Through IBM’s high performance computing cloud services, an organization can connect all its computing resources into a single, high performance private cloud and at [...]June 12th, 2011 by Debbie Parker
IBM launches a new initiative called JazzHub in the hopes that it would bring more students to be interested in collaborative software development. The company unveiled this new cloud based service at the Innovate 2011 conference. Along with JazzHub program, IBM also released new collaborative software tools that can help software development teams learn important [...]June 10th, 2011 by Debbie Parker
IBM is willing to invest $100 million to research big data analysis. The company is also set to offer 20 new services that will help customers analyze large-scale data. The money will be used to study method that will improve software, systems, and services regarding data analysis. The IT industry is already flooded with intelligence [...]May 22nd, 2011 by Debbie Parker
I was really amazed when I first heard of the IBM’s intention to transfer the idea of technologies from the Watson computer to enterprises with the information-discovery purpose. As you remember these very technologies are from the game show “Jeopardy. So, the main idea is that these technologies will provide correct answers to difficult questions [...]May 5th, 2011 by Debbie Parker