Big Blue has a deep learning breakthough
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Slashes processing time

Big Blue Boffins claim to have developed technology that dramatically cuts the time it takes to crunch massive amounts of data and then come up with useful insights.

IBM and Sony spruce up magnetic tape
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Storing 201 gigabits of data per square inch

IBM and Sony boffins have emerged from their smoke filled labs with a new magnetic tape system capable of storing 201 gigabits of data per square inch.

IBM, GlobalFoundries and Samsung come up with 5nm process
Published in Processors


Will cost about the same as 10nm

IBM, GlobalFoundries (GloFo), and Samsung said yesterday that they have found a way to make 5nm  transistors, which may well enable them to pack 30 billion switches onto a microprocessor chip.

New OS/2 Warp is out
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A ghost in the machine


The long-awaited modern OS/2 distribution from Arca Noae has been released.

Buffet finally gives up on Big Blue
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Sells a third of his shares

After years of justifying a big investment in IBM, Warren Buffet has finally flogged off a third of his shares.

OS/2 Warp version finally found
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Only 25 years too late from when Microsoft and IBM still loved each other


A version of OS/2 2.0 which went missing for 25 years has finally turned up.

Tech Companies starting to give up on degrees
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Too old fashioned


It appears the technology industry is starting to give up on the concept of hiring developers with university degrees.

Online security is getting worse
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IBM warning


Biggish Blue has issued a warning about the poor state of online security and claimed that things are getting worse.

Big Blue put data on an atom
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Not an Intel chip - the other type of atom

Big Blue boffins have managed to read and write data to a single atom.

IBM speeds up quantum time table
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Down to a few years away.

Biggish Blue has said that it will build and sell commercial 50-qubit universal quantum computers, dubbed IBM Q, "in the next few years."