In the age of Siri, we take for granted how far speech recognition technology has come. But a quick glance back at 1986, when IBM introduced its voice recognition software, shows that we’ve travelled light years since the earliest version of this game-changing software. And it’s even more fun in satire form.
There are new players in the cloud computing industry.
Google and IBM are using their cloud services to analyze patient and disease data.
The new feature will enable businesses and customers to interact via iMessage.
IBM is reportedly losing one of its top five public cloud clients—quite a blow to Big Blue.
The billionaire head of Berkshire Hathaway, traditionally anti-high tech, started with a small amount of AAPL... and increased, big time.
The two old-guard tech titans announce plans to swap threat intelligence information.
Tech firms team for a new converged infrastructure offering for big data and analytics.
The Oracle of Omaha also opened a position in Southwest Airlines and Bank of New York Mellon.
IBM's own retirement fund slashed IBM stock.