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IBM Launches Cloud Computing Lab

IBM has launched a cloud computing lab in the UK to help its business partners enable their technologies with cloud capabilities.

Researchers Turn to Data Analytics Tools to Help Stroke Victims

Researchers are turning to data analytics techniques to more quickly spot symptoms of a potentially fatal complication that can develop in patients who have suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm.

IBM Uses 'Virtual Doorman' to Lock Down Cloud Computing

IBM is now selling a Virtual Protection System that can spot malware in virtualized software environments.

IBM to Help Telcos Become Cloud Providers

IBM is offering a package of products and services to help telcos offer cloud services to enterprises.

IBM to Turbo-charge More Servers With Accelerators

IBM is adding new servers with specialized chips to accelerate certain applications.

IBM Scientists Give Storage Some 'Panache'

IBM showed off projects at its Almaden Research Center, including a file system that provides apps with high-speed access to a large, central pool of data.

Cell Processor Development Hasn't Stalled, IBM CTO Says

IBM's CTO has said Cell's development hasn't stalled, and that it will continue to develop next-generation processors for gaming consoles.

IBM Adds Notes Capabilities to LotusLive

IBM has upgraded its hosted collaboration suite, LotusLive, with a revamped e-mail and calendaring service and a new set of collaboration tools.

SAP's Apotheker to Lead HP in a New Direction

By appointing Leo Apotheker--former head of SAP--as the new CEO and president, HP indicates a shift in strategy to focus on expanding its presence as a software provider.

IBM Buys Blade to Fight for Data Center Dollars

IBM announced that it is getting back into the network hardware market with the acquisition of Blade Networks--continuing the buying frenzy consolidation as big players diversify to fight for every last dime of revenue potential.