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."

Azure is the better HPC
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14 February 2017

Azure is the better HPC


Beats Amazon, Rackspace, IBM and a supercomputer


While replacing supercomputers with cloud computing frameworks is becoming a bit of a thing, some clouds are better than others.

Chinese chips are on their way
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Huaxintong headed towards a server near you

It has only been a matter of time before Chinese chipmarkers start to catch up with the West and it looks like Huaxintong Semiconductor Technology will start heading to servers soon.

IBM continues to fire US workers and cut more jobs overseas
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Bows to Trump and yet ignores him completely


While some companies are spinning their US plant expansions in the hope of getting Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump off their backs, Biggish Blue is tearing a leaf from his PR playbook.

IBM sees 19th quarter of falling revenue
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Still better than Wall Street predicted


Biggish Blue has reported its 19th straight quarter of declining revenue, but forecast full-year earnings above what the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street thought.

IBM is the most innovative company
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Sorry Steve 

While the Tame Apple Press is still trying to spin Jobs’ Mob as the most innovative in the world, the crown belongs to the outfit that Steve Jobs mocked – IBM.