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IBM researchers have developed a new polymer-like material to treat fungal infections.
After letting its employees use their own phones and tablets for work, the company confronted a flood of insecure apps from the open Web.
IBM materials advance shows another promising path to replace the foundation of today’s computing technologies.
The software that obliterated human champions on Jeopardy will now be talking to customers of banks and other companies through websites and mobile apps.
Apple is increasing its spending on R&D, but is still far short of its competitors.
A museum of medieval art models the building’s climate using wireless sensors to better maintain its collection.
The Jeopardy-playing computer pays its way by helping to sell products.
A nine-nanometer device shows that nanotubes could be a viable alternative to silicon as electronics get even tinier.
A memory-storage element made at IBM Research points to future computing systems built atom by atom.
Racetrack memory could someday supersede flash in terms of density and cost.