IBM releases most powerful quantum computer yet
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Three times the number of potentially dead or alive cats on board 

IBM has launched its most powerful quantum computer to date.

Japanese serious about 2nm processing
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Spending $2.38 billion on research

Japan is spending $2.38 billion to build the joint research hub with the US on 2nm process technology.

Forget the mark of the beast new tech just needs your paw print
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So that is one conspiracy consigned to the dustbin

Amazon has announced an expansion of its palm-reading payments service, Amazon One, which will come to a range of new Whole Foods stores, and while it will not tell your fortune it does kill off a long standing conspiracy myth parading as Biblical prophecy .

IBM packs in an age discrimination defence
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You mean you want to see our executives’ emails?

Biggish Blue has mysteriously packed in an age discrimination case after it was ordered to produce internal emails in which its former CEO and former SVP of human resources discuss reducing the number of older workers.

Big Tech not all that keen on AI products
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The only way is Ethics 

Search engine outfit Google is not rushing to turn its cloud into AI based decision making.

IBM must pay BMC for software swap
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Judge rules

Big Blue must pay $1.6 billion to BMC for swapping in its own software while servicing their mutual client.

IBM wants to make quantum supercomputers
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The plan is potentially alive and dead

IBM is ready to expand quantum technology into supercomputing – a gift for Bond villains everywhere.

IBM puts the I back into Power servers
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First upgrade in a while


Biggish Blue has updated the "I" operating system it offers for its Power servers for the first time in a while.

Big Blue getting bigger again
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Top end of revenue forecast

IBM expects to hit the top end of its revenue growth forecast for 2022, the company said as it flagged a $300 million knock to revenue from the suspension of its business in Russia.

Tsar Putin orders glorious Russian supercomputer
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Made with invincible and advanced Russian chips based on proven technology

Terrified that ordering invasions of other countries might prevent his country getting its paws on technology, Tsar Putin has ordered that a supercomputer be built around Russian-made Elbrus processors.