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    • IBM grabs a $2.5bn worth German startup

      IBM grabs a $2.5bn worth German startup

      IBM announced it had managed to secure a key tie-up deal with the lucrative German startup Celonis, Reuters reported. Celonis uses software to identify how work moves through an organization and suggests more efficient ways of getting the same work done, also known as process mining. IBM will train 10,000 consultants worldwide on Celonis.

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    • Japanese supercomputer is now crowned world’s speediest

      Japanese supercomputer is now crowned world’s speediest

      Supercomputers have become a symbol for both technical and economic competitiveness. And while China and the United States are locked in a contest to develop the world’s most powerful one, a massive machine in Japan has topped them both by taking the top position on the TOP500 list, - a supercomputer benchmarking index.

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    • IBM ends all facial recognition business

      IBM ends all facial recognition business

      IBM CEO Arvind Krishna announced today that the company would no longer sell facial recognition services, calling for a “national dialogue” on whether it should be used at all. He also voiced support for a new bill aiming to reduce police violence and increase accountability.

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    • IBM patents origami smartwatch tech

      IBM patents origami smartwatch tech

      The American IT company IBM is not the one to make any of the mobile devices people carry these days - smartwatches, phones, tablets, or laptops - but that isn’t stopping the legendary computing pioneer from patenting ideas that might become viable in the future.

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    • The eye-popping gems of CES2019

      The eye-popping gems of CES2019

      The largest technology conference in the world - Consumer Electronics Show CES 2019, kicked off the year with a mouthwatering look at all the juicy cutting edge tech we can expect to follow. Covering over 2.9m square feet, the show presented to over 190, 000 attendees many evolutionary gadgets and technologies with the potential to change the lives of billions of people. With the nearly 1,200 new startups debuting products at the show, CES also became the largest incubator in the world.

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