IBM's rollout last week of a new version of the Informix Dynamic Server did much to ease the fears of Informix Corp. database users- many of whom had speculated that IBM would abandon the product after buying the company for $1 billion in April.
A new sense of urgency sweeping the interactive technology world will quicken the pace of mergers, remove shaky businesses from the public markets and inspire major initiatives that could hold the keys to a rapid recovery, industry experts said.
What will the future of computing look like? Intel's Pat Gelsinger is spending about $4.2 billion this year to get some answers. Gelsinger, 40, is an Intel lifer who started at the company in 1979 as a teen-ager fresh from technical school. He was recentl
Computers, you might say, are growing up to be more like us. Someday, they will be able to process information as quickly as we can, which means they will be able to understand what we're saying. An intelligent electronic companion that anticipates our ev
After months of quiet promotion, IBM today launched its Regatta-based server, a machine it believes will bolster its years-long effort to steal market share from Sun Microsystems in the lucrative Unix server market.