Five hours of footage
Security experts at IBM’s X-Force security team have obtained roughly five hours of video footage that appears to have been recorded directly from the screens of hackers working for a group IBM calls ITG18, and which other security firms refer to as APT35 or Charming Kitten.
Calls for social justice reforms
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna called on the US Congress to create reforms to advance racial justice and combat systemic racism while announcing the company was getting out of the facial recognition business.
Not saying how many
IBM cut an unspecified number of jobs across the US, eliminating employees in at least five states.
Full to the brim
Big Blue and Red Hat have been sharing their ideas to integrate 5G into the edge.
COVID-19 changing everything
IBM has withdrawn its 2020 annual forecast due to the impact of the COVID-19.
They are more like us
Speech recognition systems from five of the world's biggest tech companies -- Amazon, Apple, Google, IBM and Microsoft -- make far fewer errors with users who are white than with users who are black.
Will help our machine overlords understand us better
IBM is commercialising a new technology that makes it easier for computers to understand human communication.
Nicked four of our patents
IBM is taking Airbnb to court over what it claims is the illegal use of four patents -- the latest in a string of suits against online companies.