Power9-powered machine will arrive in 2018
Open letter ensures 34 votes for the remain camp
Olli Olli Olli! Oi oi oi!
Xu Jiaqiang has 'crushed the spirit of innovation'
The IoT data dream gets closer to reality
Apple, Microsoft, Amstrad and a whole lot of other rubbish tech UIs, rubbished
For a start, it makes phone boot go dead fast
Not just a bit faster, it's rarly, rarly quark induuuud, ok?
Cognitive computers just want to be loved
We round up the top 10 stories from the past seven days
IBM deliberately holding back AI's abilities in case of unfortunate 'surprises'
Watson can't turn on its masters as it won't recognise them
'No Terminators allowed,' says IBM. Probably
Improved cryptography and transactional performance, says IBM
The droids, robots and smart synthetics you're looking for
And containers are just around the corner
Stanford's N3XT project will see carbon nanotube transistors in a skyscraper chip design
Now everything can be super intelligent
If it builds it… etc
No one wants to hack a hair dryer
Now there's no excuse not to get your soldering iron out
Top top 10 stories from the past seven days
GPU acceleration increases Watson's processing performance by 10 times
Our future could be full of blue-thumbed robots who like everything
SETI makes use of IBM's Cloud Data Services and Apache Spark
Probably won't come to anything but it's the last thing it needed
East-West suspicion highlighted as Chinese leader comes to UK to discuss trade
Now you can create your unethical fantasy football team with Watson
IBM OpenPower Foundation users get three new toys
Have you been paying attention this week?
Could lead to longer battery life and new flexible form factors
Perfectly suited to confidential environments
Spark processes the 60Gbit of data generated per second by various receivers
APIs will enable the supercomputer to communicate in lucid developer-speak
It's enough to drive you sensorless
They're API and they know it
Partnership will use analytics to supercharge mbed components
It's the sticky toffee pudding of the cloud. Apparently
Tor and the dark net could make your eyes water
UbuntuOne brings industry standard tools to a mainframe environment
Underprivileged apps can be raised up by eager hackers
Amid reports 200,000 of its own staff will soon be using Macs
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's IBM boosting its open source database-as-a-service offerings
This open sourcering. 'Tis witchcraft!
New ClusterStor appliance expected towards the end of 2015
HPC just got a whole lotta Seagate