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App-Rising.com is written by Geoff Daily, a DC-based technology journalist, broadband activist, marketing consultant, and Internet entrepreneur.

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Entries from App-Rising tagged with 'ibm'

January 11, 2008 9:01 AM

What I Like at CES - IBM's 3D Future

Instead of burying you with one mega-post I thought it best to split up my comments on specific products I saw out at CES into a series of shorter posts. First up, I found myself somewhat surprised that one of...

December 26, 2007 12:14 PM

Article RoundUp: Benefits of Telecommuting to the Queen on YouTube to Tech Policy on the Hill

Coming off of a short hiatus over the holidays, here's a collection of articles I've read and enjoyed over the last couple of weeks dealing with a broad range of topics related to the deployment, development, adoption, and use of...

November 8, 2007 12:18 PM

Broadband Curing Cancer Through Grid Computing

In September, I wrote about the World Community Grid, an effort sponsored by IBM to make grid computing available to entities working for the public good that have need of massive computing power. The latest news on this endeavor comes...

October 11, 2007 8:07 AM

Research Gets A Heavy Dose of Bandwidth

A couple of big announcements last week from the world of Internet-enabled research. On Monday, Google and IBM teamed up to announce the launch of a program that will open up high powered computing clusters to universities. These computing clusters...

September 20, 2007 10:05 AM

Grid Computing Leverages Broadband to Fight Disease

Came across an interesting story on grid computing this morning. To step back for a second, grid computing is a network of computers that combine their processing power to form virtual supercomputers. Rather than have one super-powerful computer trying to...

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