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Google Station is coming to an Indian city before anywhere else in the world

Google Station is coming to an Indian city before anywhere else in the world Moving beyond railway stations in India, Google will soon begin working on its Station project to bring fast Wi-Fi at other public places.2 million) with local authority Pune Smart City Development Corporation to turn Pune into a smart city.

Why These 'Revolutionary' '80s Gadgets Totally Failed

Why These 'Revolutionary' '80s Gadgets Totally Failed Here are seven of the ‘80s mightiest flops that commentators of the day dared to call revolutionary.The mere idea of an IBM personal computer sent IBM’s stock up, and curious and ill-informed customers into stores.

IBM and The Weather Company launch mesh-powered app for internet-poor regions

IBM and The Weather Company launch mesh-powered app for internet-poor regions That’s why IBM, in collaboration with developers at The Weather Company, introduced Mesh Network Alerts, a new technology that provides a peer-to-peer means of facilitating communications between residents of underserved nations.” More: IBM creates Internet of Things division, announces deal with The Weather Company IBM’s mesh works in a version of The Weather Channel app for Android specially designed for emerging markets.

IBM is bringing machine learning to a mainframe near you

IBM is bringing machine learning to a mainframe near you Modern machine learning — often just referred to as “AI” — has largely been the province of specially trained computer scientists who traffic in exotic modeling frameworks and graduate level math.As powerful as machine learning frameworks like Google’s TensorFlow are, they still require a lot of specialized knowledge to create models.

IBM's Watson will diagnose heart disease when doctors may have missed the signs

IBM's Watson will diagnose heart disease when doctors may have missed the signs Getting treatment for heart disease depends on a diagnosis from doctors, who can occasionally miss the subtle signs of trouble.This isn't Watson's first entry into healthcare, even outside its high-profile cancer research.

IBM plans to build the first commercially available universal quantum computer

IBM plans to build the first commercially available universal quantum computer A universal quantum computer is capable of tackling problems that are too large for a conventional system, so IBM Q would have many applications beyond what’s possible with current technology.To create knowledge from much greater depths of complexity, we need a quantum computer.

IBM is making its quantum computer API available to the public

IBM is making its quantum computer API available to the public That company has taken the lead on quantum computing and provides its own 2048-bit quantum annealers for solving certain types of problems.Back in May 2016, IBM announced it would make its five-qubit universal quantum computer available to developers who applied for permission to use the system.

IBM fit an entire bit of data on a magnet made with a single atom

IBM fit an entire bit of data on a magnet made with a single atom A team of IBM researchers just created the world's smallest magnet using a solitary atom — and if that wasn't enough of a challenge, they packed it with one bit of digital data for good measure.The breakthrough, which was recently described in the journal Nature, could lead to exciting data storage systems in the future.

It’s the 1940s again: IBM’s Scott Crowder on the infancy of quantum computers

It’s the 1940s again: IBM’s Scott Crowder on the infancy of quantum computers When news arrived of IBM’s move to offer the first commercially available universal quantum computer last week, it was characterized as a “handoff” from IBM Research to IBM Systems.By offering the first commercially available universal quantum computer, IBM hopes to find out.

Close to the Metal Ep. 34: Quantum Computers are finally landing, but it’s still early

Close to the Metal Ep. 34: Quantum Computers are finally landing, but it’s still early While chip manufacturers struggle to push their architecture into small silicon wafers, and see only 10 percent performance improvements as result, IBM has its sights set on the next big thing — quantum computing.In fact, quantum systems are so different from the desktop sitting next to your monitor that IBM still don’t have a clear way of benchmarking or comparing the capabilities of different quantum systems.

Need a new pair of kicks? IBM and Visa want your shoes to make that payment

Need a new pair of kicks? IBM and Visa want your shoes to make that payment Already millions of people are able to buy things using PayPal or Apple Pay, but IBM and Visa want to expand that even further.Together, they want all connected devices to act as mobile payment systems.

Unicomp Ultra Classic Keyboard Review: The Good Old Keys

Unicomp Ultra Classic Keyboard Review: The Good Old Keys The key caps on the Unicomp Ultra Classic are in two parts, as they were on the IBM Model M.The Odd Blemish: While the Ultra Classic is solid and sturdy enough, occasional blemishes in the plastic might give the impression that it is not.

Drones that pass packages to each other could be the future of home delivery

Drones that pass packages to each other could be the future of home delivery If Amazon has its way, the skies could soon be buzzing with drones, carrying our online purchases directly to our doors.On Wednesday, IBM Research announced a patent that might someday allow delivery drones to pass off packages to one another mid-flight to create a relay system, extending a supply chain's reach even farther.

IBM Accidentally Shipped Malware to its Business Customers

IBM Accidentally Shipped Malware to its Business Customers One thing consumers and enterprise customers do have in common, however, is that shipping them malware is a really bad idea.Last week, IBM announced that it had accidentally distributed malware to some of its Storwize customers via a USB drive.

IBM Announces 5nm Breakthrough Using Silicon Nanosheets

IBM Announces 5nm Breakthrough Using Silicon Nanosheets The diagram below shows the progression from a traditional 2D transistor (left) to a FinFET structure (right), to a GAAFET (bottom).The structure of the IBM nanosheet design means that the fin, which formerly stuck “up” out of the transistor, is now effectively a silicon nanowire.

IBM, US Air Force Are Building a Neuromorphic Supercomputer

IBM, US Air Force Are Building a Neuromorphic Supercomputer The new supercomputer will consist of 64 million neurons and 16 billion synapses, while using just 10W of wall power.Superficially, the two seem similar — brains, like CPUs, receive inputs, perform calculations based on those inputs, and then return a result.

The IBM Model F Keyboard Returns After a 30-Year Hiatus

The IBM Model F Keyboard Returns After a 30-Year Hiatus That’s when IBM started producing the Model F keyboard.A one-man operation has started producing brand new Model F keyboards, and you can order one now.

Why no one has 're-invented' email yet

Why no one has 're-invented' email yet So we can't stop using email, but many companies thought, "surely there's a way to fix it?The funny thing is, you don't hear about any of these attempts to "re-invent" email anymore.

IBM's New Z Mainframe Can Encrypt All its Data All the Time

IBM's New Z Mainframe Can Encrypt All its Data All the Time The new IBM Z can encrypt all the data in an enterprise at all times.To combat this increasing menace, IBM worked with 150 clients to develop the Z mainframe.

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