IBM urged not to repeat its past
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Don’t help another right-wing government purge foreigners

IBM, the company which once helped Nazi Germany efficiently genocide Jews, communists, and Roma is now being asked not to help another right-wing government purge foreigners from its borders.

IBM might be headed for a kicking
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Wall Street predicting Square will make its eyes water

One of the top performing hedge funds is betting that shares of the ever-shrinking Biggish Blue are set to fall.

Biggish Blue expands its “quantum” cloud computing
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Powered by millions of dead or alive cats
 
The ever shrinking Big Blue is expanding what it calls quantum computing as a cloud service.

SCO versus IBM case resurrected
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Someone cut off its head

A federal appeals court has now partially ruled in favour of the SCO Group, breathing new life into a lawsuit and a company - now bankrupt and nearly dead - that has been suing IBM for almost 15 years.

Cloud boom helps big tech bottom line
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Amazon, Microsoft, Google and Intel cash in

Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and Intel are making a killing from the Cloud.

Samsung, Intel and Globalfoundries woo HiSilicon
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Outfit looking for second 7nm supplier

HiSilicon Technologies wants another supplier for the fabrication of its 7nm chips and apparently Samsung, Globalfoundries and Intel are trying to get the Chinese fabless firm's attention.

Big Blue back on track
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18 October 2017

Big Blue back on track


Sales growth after nearly six years

The ever shrinking Big Blue’s moves to cloud and security services helped it beat analysts’ quarterly revenue estimates, and the technology major hinted at sales growth after nearly six years of declines.

Moore's Law is murdered, claims Nvidia boss
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GPU computing did it in the library with the candlestick

Nvidia founder and CEO Jensen Huang has said that GPU computing following the decline of the CPU era has killed off Moore's Law.

Big US corporations rule AI development
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Amazon, eBay, IBM, Google, Facebook, and Microsoft, what could go wrong?

Just to prove you have absolutely nothing to worry about from AI, an outfit called Netscribes has worked out that the entire market is sewn up by big US corporations.

Rowhammer comes to MLC NAND flash
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Holy grail for hackers


Two years after Google showed how Rowhammer attacks could flip dynamic random access memory (DRAM) bits to induce those memory cells to change their state, IBM has shown how it can target MLC NAND flash memory.