From a cramped living room in Brooklyn, New York, a handful of young computer nerds has developed a new way to use technology to help save lives in natural disasters.
As IBM launches its first commercial quantum computer, the technology may well prove to be the most disruptive to happen so far in the information age.
IBM gave a positive forecast for 2019 and beat analysts’ estimates for quarterly sales and earnings, led by its business that helps companies and governments manage their technology.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty has joined a growing chorus of tech executives lambasting Web platforms like Google and Facebook over their collection of user data and urged regulation of them.
IBM just made the cloud computing war far more interesting. It’s not an easy sell, but IBM and Red Hat certainly make a more compelling cloud computing alternative.