China landed its first rover on the moon to much celebration last month, but the Jade Rabbit is now in trouble.
With the stock in a free fall and Groupon's board meeting this week, Andrew Mason's tenure as CEO reportedly faces opposition.
This week, Sony got tough on PlayStation 3 hackers, Japan got tough on body odor, and Watson got tough on all of us.
An unexpectedly large participation rate drained the fund 10 days before the fiscal year ends. And for the new fiscal year, smaller rebates have been proposed.
IBM's Watson is apparently ready to prove that he has a larger left (and right) brain than any human game show contestant.
IBM Research has spent four years building a computer named Watson that can challenge the best "Jeopardy" players of all time--and maybe even beat them.
Program powered by an IBM Power7 server will compete against "Jeopardy" superstars Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter in a contest to air in February.
Who better to watch the final episode of the match among 'Jeopardy' champions Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter and IBM supercomputer Watson with than a large group of IBM researchers? CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman was on hand to do just that.
In the final round of "Jeopardy", Watson tries to pretend he was human, but he just couldn't make enough mistakes. He came out the winner. While humanity just sat and stared.
In the first of three nights playing against two great "Jeopardy" champions, IBM supercomputer Watson scores well but shows precious little character. He also made howling errors.