IBM, Cisco, Google and Salesforce all aim to beat Microsoft SharePoint 2010 at the high-stakes enterprise social networking game.
From 'portables' that weighed nearly 30 pounds in the 1980s to the featherweight Apple iPad of 2010, portable computing has come a long way. Here's a look at some of the milestones.
Purchase of Sterling Commerce will push IBM further toward becoming one-stop for everything.
Testing the Intel Westmere-packing Dell PowerEdge M1000e, HP BladeSystem c7000, and IBM BladeCenter H blade server systems
The fight between Big Blue and TurboHercules has gotten ugly -- but there may not be a villain in this story.
A golden opportunity? How supercomputers helped build a faster bobsled for the 2010 U.S. Olympic Team
IBM is getting deeper into mobile applications, including collaboration and secure e-mail. BlackBerry is Big Blue's top platform, but Apple and Android win, too.
Got a nostalgic geek on your holiday shopping list? Check out this list of classic PCs and other tech paraphernalia, many available for $10 or less.
The Internet just got a bit more overcast with the addition of two more clouds. Both IBM and AT&T announced new services to join Microsoft, Amazon, and Google in establishing a cloud computing services.
The top two systems on June's list of the Top 500 supercomputers swapped places on the latest list, released Monday.