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Silicon Valley’s War on Disease: Zuckerberg, Microsoft, Google to End Cancer and Aging

Posted on September 22nd, 2016.

Silicon Valley is going to war against disease, cancer, aging, and perhaps even death, with advanced computing, AI and machine learning, genomics, DNA engineering, biotech and nanotech. Tech giants and mega-rich philanthropists are spending billions to permit hacking biology all the way down to DNA, and perhaps we could see breakthroughs...

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David Jones Hacked, Customers’ Information has been Leaked

Posted on October 2nd, 2015.

David Jones, a big Australian fashion retailer, has been hacked. Some private details belonging to its customers have been compromised. The information includes names of the customers, their email addresses, order details, mailing addresses, and other relevant details except the sensitive credit card details of the customers. The details...

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Nanotube Electronics Could Replace Silicon – IBM Research Breakthrough

Posted on October 2nd, 2015.

IBM announced a major engineering breakthrough that could open the way to replacing silicon transistors with carbon nanotubes in future electronics and computing technologies.

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IBM Scientists Advance Toward Brain-Like Computing, Develop ‘Digital Mouse Brain’

Posted on August 18th, 2015.

IBM scientists are advancing toward “neuromorphic” computing – digital systems that process information like the brain – and launching a complete ecosystem for brain-like computing, with important near-term applications and visionary long-term prospects.

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IBM Launches Linux-Powered Mainframe LinuxOne

Posted on August 17th, 2015.

IBM has launched a Linux-powered mainframe for the enterprise. With the launch of the new system, dubbed LinuxONE, IBM wants to bring together the advantages of open source software and those of optimized, centralized hardware with world-class customer service.

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IBM Develops Ultra-Fast 7-Nanometer Chip Technology

Posted on July 9th, 2015.

In a semiconductor technology breakthrough reported by several news sources in the last few hours, an alliance led by IBM Research has produced the first 7-nanometer node test chips with functional transistors.

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Business

IBM Warns That Dating Apps Pose Corporate Risk

Posted on February 12th, 2015.

Millions of people use dating apps on company smartphones every day. These users could be exposing themselves and employers to hacking, spying, and theft, according to a study by IBM. IBM researchers state that 26 of 41 dating apps analyzed on the Android platform had medium or high severity vulnerabilities in a report that was published...