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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.
A consortium including IBM has built a system that makes more of existing infrastructure.
How speech recognition software is changing so doctors don’t have to.
IBM and 3M aim to make ultrafast three-dimensional chips that can stay cool enough to be practical in consumer products.
The system could enable detailed simulations of real-world phenomena—or store 24 billion MP3s.
Researchers hope a microchip that mimics the basic functioning of the brain could perform complex calculations while using little power.
Remember when only the boss got a BlackBerry? At Colgate-Palmolive, employees bring their own smart phones to work.