Technology helps you remember where you left your keys

Read more here: http://www.ibm.com/news/us/en/2008/07/29/x657352h71096o55.html

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Are you a Blackberry or iPhone user?

Got a smart phone (Blackberry, Windows Mobile, iPhone, etc)? Researchers at the Almaden Research Center are exploring how people employ smart phones for work and play, and they need participants to study. If you’ve got a smart phone and are willing to let them interview you, send a note to IBM Researcher Jeff Pierce with […]

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Enter the Forbidden City

The Forbidden City: Beyond Space and Time is a partnership between the Palace Museum and IBM. The goal of the project is to provide the means for a world-wide audience to celebrate and explore aspects of Chinese culture and history. Enter the Forbidden City Watch a documentary on how this 3D world was created

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IBM Researchers in Action – Week of October 6

IBM Researchers in Action (Week of October 6) Recognition: Rising stars of IBM Research Recognizing accomplishments of minority women in the digital world. Can I have a Wordle with you? Public Internet site generates word clouds to “pictorialize” frequently used words. Industry Trends: More than shopping How will retailers reach digital natives and Generation 60+? […]

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IBM launches Bluehouse: a business-oriented social network environment – try out the beta now.

Introducing Bluehouse.   A new Lotus web site, designed to enable companies to store files, hold meetings, share contacts, and work on activities, all via the web.  Some are calling it “Facebook for business.”  Sign up for the beta now:  https://bluehouse.lotus.com/front/webfront Watch a few videos: https://bluehouse.lotus.com/front/webfront/videos This is for business -not for advertising. Let me know what you […]

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More than shopping

Switzerland’s top retailers looked into the “day after tomorrow” in retail at the Zurich Research Lab’s ISL Retail is a tough business. For years, prices have been the differentiator. “Price competition is becoming fierce in an industry in which margins are already extremely narrow. But this will not be sufficient in the future,” predicts Moshe Rappoport, executive […]

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IBM Researchers in Action – Week of September 29

IBM Researchers in Action (Week of September 29) Usability: Silver Surfers IBM helps seniors shop online (watch the video). Biosciences: Scientists at IBM and Genome Institute of Singapore Make New Stem Cell Discovery Findings Show RNA Interference Has Much Larger Role in Cellular Functions and Processes Than Previously Thought. Nanotechnology: IBM Researcher Phaedon Avouris receives […]

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Profile: IBMer Vern Watts has been with IBM for 50+ years

The life and times of an IBM engineer and inventor …

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IBM Research in Action: Weekly Update

IBM Researchers in Action (Weekly Update) Software: IBM opens ‘social software’ development center Longtime tech mainstay IBM has announced the creation of a Cambridge, Mass.-based research center for the development of “social software,” from consumer Web apps to enterprise communication tools. (cnet news) Nanotechnology: IBM to Work With Taiwan Researcher on Racetrack Memory, Cell A […]

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All the best Nick Donofrio! Thanks for all you've done for IBM!

More about Nick: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Donofrio

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2008 Women of Color Rising Stars

2008 Women of Color Rising Stars Recognizing accomplishments of minority women in the digital world For more than twelve years, the National Women of Color Technology Awards has been the conference of choice to recognize the significant accomplishments of minority women in the digital world, attracting and leveraging talent in innovative, professional, and technical positions. […]

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