Big Blue seems intent on ridding itself of large swaths of its hardware business.
While IBM employees brace themselves for yet another round of layoffs, Vermont Labor Commissioner Annie Noonan is calling for better …
The world’s No. 1 PC maker, Lenovo, which last week announced it’s buying IBM’s x86 server business for $2.3 billion, …
For the second time in ten years, Lenovo has acquired a hardware business from IBM.
The $2.3 billion deal will see Lenovo seize a big chunk of IBM’s hardware portfolio.
Look for more staff cuts at IBM – especially in hardware – after the company’s quarterly earnings fell below analysts’ …
With its hardware sales declining, IBM’s bet on Watson is becoming more and more crucial.
IBM has committed $1.2 billion to 15 new datacenters for its cloud in 2014, with plans for another 15 in 2015.
Big Blue’s “cognitive computing” platform could kick off a new software race with its biggest rivals.
But no matter how well Watson can read, understand and analyze, the platform will need to earn lots of money.