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Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Checked 10:25 AM; Last Updated 8:00 AM CDT; 13:00 GMT


Computer Industry
  • "IBM just beat Google to a brand new type of computing: On Wednesday, IBM scientists will make a quantum computer available to the public as a cloud service for the first time." Business Insider 6:36 AM
  • "IBM launches quantum computing as a cloud service" TechCrunch 6:43 AM
  • "IBM Wants Everyone to Try a Quantum Computer" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6:55 AM
  • "IBM's New Quantum Computing Move Marks A New Era For Cloud Computing" Forbes 6:56 AM
  • "IBM Just Made A Powerful Research Tool Available To Everyone For Free" Fortune 6:56 AM
  • "IBM makes quantum computing available in the cloud" Computerworld 7:00 AM
  • "IBM's quantum 'puter news proves Big Blue still doesn't get 'cloud'" The Register 7:05 AM
  • "IBM Is the World's Biggest Patent Troll: Every tech company around is probably paying money to IBM based entirely on its massive patent portfolio." PC Magazine 8:02 AM
  • "Microsoft acquires Solair to help drive its Internet of Things strategy" V3 6:50 AM
  • "Microsoft's Solair acquisition could expand its Internet of Things services" IDG News Service 7:10 AM
  • "Microsoft Aims to Wrangle Data for Office Teams With SharePoint Revamp" [Paid Membership Required] 6:55 AM
  • "Microsoft overhauls SharePoint to compete with Slack in the mobile era" The Verge 6:43 AM
  • "One of Microsoft's most popular products is finally coming to smartphones" Business Insider 6:57 AM
  • "Windows 10 migration: At least it's not like last time" Computerworld 7:08 AM
  • "Moore's Law Running Out of Room, Tech Looks for a Successor" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6:56 AM
  • "Dell CTO for Enterprise legs it to pastures new" The Register 7:04 AM
  • "HPE sees cloud security and mobility as the biggest challenges for SMBs" V3 6:51 AM
  • "Artificial intelligence in the cloud promises to be the next great disrupter: Cloud computing is still in its infancy. Most big companies are assessing how far to go in shifting computing tasks into the giant, centralised data centres that form the cloud, and it will be years before most existing computing workloads move to it, if ever." Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 7:23 AM
  • "Are Smartphones Doomed to the Same Fate as Personal Computers?" Bloomberg 6:38 AM