IBM is adding new servers with specialized chips to accelerate certain applications.
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.
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 has upgraded its hosted collaboration suite, LotusLive, with a revamped e-mail and calendaring service and a new set of collaboration tools.
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 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.
Netezza's high-performance analytics capabilities will be added to IBM's offerings
Big Blue's Palmisano neither pulls punches nor minces words in WSJ interview.
New IBM research shows a way to move live cloud deployments across different storage networks.
Big Blue's classic midcentury campaigns for "card-programmed calculating machines," newfangled typewriters, and other miracles of technology.