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IBM describes child-monitoring bear that keeps them from playing too rough

IBM describes child-monitoring bear that keeps them from playing too rough

If you hang out with young kids for very long you will quickly realize that in the mind of a toddler everything they see belongs to them. If you don’t give a toddler what they want, one of two things will commonly happen. They will scream and cry or they will punch you to get what they want. It can be hard to tech a kid that they need to not play rough with their pals.

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IBM and Nuance – “Dr. Watson is on his way”

IBM and Nuance – “Dr. Watson is on his way”

This week IBM's Watson has been going up against Jeopardy champs in the Jeopardy challenge. Now, IBM has announced that it will collaborate with Nuance to apply Watson's advanced analytics to the healthcare industry. The initiative will combine IBM's Deep Question Answering (QA), Natural Language Processing, and Machine Learning capabilities with Nuance's speech recognition technology and Clinical Language Understanding solutions. They hope to assist doctors in making patient diagnoses, by helping them to process large amounts of information more quickly.

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IBM Presents Centennial Short Film, 100 Years of Achievements That’ve Changed the World

IBM Presents Centennial Short Film, 100 Years of Achievements That’ve Changed the World

IBM has released a short film that almost went directly under our radar. It was released relatively quietly a few days ago, and tells an engaging story about their history and how through the 100 years they've been active, they've achieved many things that have changed the world. This film tells the history of IBM with one hundred ladies and gentlemen who were born along IBM's timeline, each of them 1 year younger than the last. Behold 13 minutes of tale telling.

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IBM z196 5.2GHz CPU Breaks Records, Could Cost Hundreds of Thousands

IBM z196 5.2GHz CPU Breaks Records, Could Cost Hundreds of Thousands

When it comes to processors, it may be hard to get excited anymore. Speeds are generally the same from one chip to another, from one device to the next. But, that doesn't mean records still can't be broken, and minds blown. At the Hot Chips 2010 conference, IBM took some time out of their day to talk about their upcoming z196 CPU, which breaks records as well as hearts attached to pocket-books.

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IBM installs supercomputer in Zurich cooled by hot water

IBM installs supercomputer in Zurich cooled by hot water

IBM announced late last week that it had installed a new supercomputer at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. The new hot water cooled computer is dubbed Aquasar and claims to consume 40% less energy than a comparable air-cooled system. The hot water comes from the use of waste heat produced at the university to provide heat to the buildings.

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Simmtronics Simmbook Heading to Emerging Markets Thanks to IBM and Canonical

Simmtronics Simmbook Heading to Emerging Markets Thanks to IBM and Canonical

The Simmtronics Simmbook is one of those devices that needs to be in emerging markets. There is plenty of competition in markets like the United States, Japan, and Europe, so a netbook of this caliber just makes more sense where less money, means more of an opportunity. The Simmbook is being helped along by a partnership from its parent company, with IBM and Canonical, all in hopes to bring the little netbook to markets for less than its current $190 price tag.

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