The world of enterprise cybersecurity is in flux. Traditional antivirus software and firewalls are being replaced with a new generation of security tools that use artificial intelligence to look for malicious behavior. One of the vendors leading the transition is IBM Corp., which is churning out one patent after another as its engineers push the…
Big Blue’s aggressive patent practices have reared their ugly head once against last week.
IBM wants to use your phone’s accelerometer to match the the specialized encryption hardware used by the world’s largest organization.
The company is bringing the accuracy of magneto-resistive detection down to the micrometer scale.
The stealth matrix disclosed in one of its latest patent filling reveals the specifications for a futuristic stealth matrix capable of hiding military vehicles both in motion and at rest.
NRAM could blow alternatives out of the water if and when a commercially-viable implementation hits the market.
Big Blue has filed a patent for a pair of smart glasses meant to help the blind navigate their surroundings more easily as part of its ambitious push into the medical field.
IBM is working on software that will let corporations deploy programmatic dragnets on social networks to capture followings based upon pre-determined targeting criteria.
IBM is seeking to patent an analytic engine for distilling user protests on social media into useful feedback for system administrators. For when the constant complains from management are not enough.