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IBM's Watson Shows up for Work at Cedars-Sinai's Cancer Center

The supercomputer that beat the Jeopardy champions is now helping develop applications that will assist doctors in diagnosing and prescribing cancer treatments.

25 Top Network and IT Industry News Stories of 2011

2011 will be remembered for the death of Steve Jobs, Cisco's refocusing, IPv6's coming-out party, and more.

IT Workers' Top 4 Dream Employers

Companies often talk about their "dream" IT job candidate -- the type of worker they'd most like to have on their staffs. But what about the IT workers...

IBM Predicts Five Big Technologies of the Future

IBM today issued its sixth annual look at what Big Blue thinks will be the five biggest technologies for the next five years.


App Internet and Mobile Devices to Drive Massive Technology Demands in 2012

Technology industry experts predict fast-shifting pressures on technology from the rise in mobile application development, cloud computing and new security threats next year.

TVs, Not Computers, Most Popular Electronics on Black Friday

Retail market research firm NPD Group reports more shopped for electronics because of good products at great prices, though the overall number of shoppers fell.


IBM to Build E-commerce Research Labs for Chinese Retailer

IBM has reached a deal with Chinese electronics retailer Suning Appliance to build research centers in China and the U.S. meant to develop e-commerce products.

IBM Opens up Smartphone, Tablet Support for Its Workers

IBM has embraced the growing 'bring your own device' trend by allowing its employees to buy and use their own smartphones and tablets for work tasks.

Open Source Jobs: What's Hot, Where to Look, What to Learn

Here's an inside peek at what the future holds for eager, talented software developers, and people with related essential skill sets.

The 10 Greatest MS-DOS Games of All Time

From a trio of kids who save the world from a giant purple tentacle to one of the world's great shoot-em-ups, here are ten games that entertained millions.