Big Blue's Jeopardy-winning computer will apply some of its technical know-how to help doctors make better-informed decisions.
A latecomer to the market, the company finally unveils a pressure-sensitive stylus for the iPad, the $99 Intuos Creative Stylus.
A new Rand study finds that hospitals with electronic medical records deliver higher-quality care than those without, but those with more advanced record keeping don't demonstrate the same gains.
We often buy phone cases to protect our smartphones, but should we also buy cases to protect our health? We look closer at radiation, health risks and the cases that claim to keep you safe.
The virtualization giant is moving up the big data stack with its new Serengeti open-source project.
The open-source software, which has emerged as the de facto standard for big data processing, may be what tips enterprise in the favor of open source, according to some high-level execs.
A recent report in a medical journal suggests that the radio-frequency energy emitted by cell phones may adversely affect sperm health in humans and animals.
A new article claims that studies show a "possible link between cell phone use and semen quality". Ahem.
IBM announces today that several hospitals across Russia have switched from paper-based medical systems to electronic medical records using IBM Lotus Notes.
Big Blue is announcing new health care solutions that leverage sophisticated analytics and private cloud services.