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Army shows more than one way to look under a car

TARDEC to showcase autonomous robotic systems designed to perform under-vehicle inspections for explosive weapons, while keeping soldiers out of harm's way.

By November 2, 2009


IBM debuts intrusion-prevention tool

The new service, IBM's latest offering for the IT security market, is designed to monitor worm attacks.

By March 27, 2006


Research: From lab to market

Blurring the line between research and business has been crucial to the company's success.

June 15, 2004


IBM's service science

For many "hard" scientists, the social sciences rank up there with numerology and voodoo. "So, why is IBM looking into human behavior?" CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos asks.

By April 29, 2004


Short: Pathfinder, ODI in pact

Time Warner's Pathfinder announced this week it will build its upcoming Pathfinder Personal Edition news service atop Object Design's ObjectStore object database. Pathfinder will use the ObjectStore database to store user profile information and to assemble personalized news editions from multiple sources. Pathfinder Personal Edition is expected to debut later this year.

By October 3, 1996


A Windows-savvy object database

Object Design debuts a bundle of tools for building Windows applications linked to its ObjectStore database.

By November 10, 1997


Server will handle applets

Object Design will launch a new version of its ObjectStore database with the ability to store, manage, and retrieve Java applets.

By April 1, 1997


Net gets a svelte object

Looking to cash in on the Internet development craze, Object Design launches a new slimmed-down version of its object database for Java and C++ Web applications.

By September 16, 1996