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IBM Is Taking an Unusual Approach to Selling Patents to Startups
While it's not strange for a large patent holder to sell off patents, IBM's method is raising some eyebrows.
IBM, Facebook Team Up on Marketing Analytics Mashup
The goal is to drive personalized campaigns, both on the social network and across other digital channels.
IBM Uncovers New, Sophisticated Cyber Scam Targeting Businesses
It uses a combination of phishing, malware and phone calls that has netted Eastern European cyber criminals more than $1 million.
IBM Says It Will Invest $3 Billion in 'Internet of Things' Unit
The goal is to sell its expertise in gathering and making sense of the surge in real-time data.
IBM Looking at Adopting Bitcoin Technology for Major Currencies
The tech company is looking at the underlying technology behind bitcoin, known as the 'blockchain,' to create a digital cash and payment system.
The Companies That Apply for the Most Patents and Trademarks (Infographic)
Legal startup SmartUp generated this infographic summarizing who is getting patents, where and how long it is taking the application process to complete.
Palantir Buys Fancy That, an Indication that Brick-And-Mortar Shopping Is Increasingly a Digital Game
The acquisition is a bit of a departure from Palantir's focus on issues like national security and defense strategy but also a harbinger of how data analysis is changing the game for retailers.
Apple Is Staffing Up In Order to Push iPads to Businesses
The tech giant has partnered with IBM in an effort to sell more Apple products to enterprises.
Under Pressure: 7 CEOs With Huge Hurdles to Overcome This Year
From Yahoo's Marissa Mayer to Uber's Travis Kalanick, these top execs have their work cut out for them in 2015.
IBM Says Cloud Business Enjoying 'Breakthrough Year'
The tech giant aims to expand the number of data centers it offers clients around the world by 25 percent to meet fast-rising demand for internet-based services.
Apple and IBM Roll Out 10 New Mobile Apps Exclusively for Businesses
The release marks the first wave of a landmark partnership that will ultimately see more than 100 business apps developed by the former adversaries.