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  • Apple and IBM Announce Global Partnership

    Apple and IBM Announce Global Partnership to Develop Business Apps for iPhone, iPad

    Date added: 2014-07-15

    Cupertino, California — At Apple Inc’s headquarters in Cupertino, California on Tuesday, July 15, 2014, Apple CEO Tim Cook and IBM CEO Ginni Rometty announced a global strategic partnership to redefine the way work gets done by transforming the way businesses and employees use mobile technology through a new class of business apps that bring IBM’s big data and analytics capabilities to iPhone and iPad. The new mobile business apps for iOS are targeted for specific business opportunities in industries including retail, healthcare, banking, travel and transportation, telecommunications and insurance. [For more information: Lia Davis, IBM, 202.285.5333.] (Paul Sakuma/Feature Photo Service for IBM.)



  • IBM and Bon Appétit Magazine Debut New Cooking App Powered by IBM's Watson

    IBM and Bon Appétit Magazine Debut New Cooking App Powered by IBM's Watson

    Date added: 2014-06-30

    At the Bon Appétit ( Kitchen in New York City, IBM Distinguished Engineer Steve Abrams (left) and Bon Appétit Senior Food Editor Dawn Perry interact with Chef Watson with Bon Appétit, a new culinary app for home cooks on Monday, June 30, 2014. The new app, powered by the cognitive computing technology behind IBM's Watson system which prevailed on Jeopardy! and Bon Appétit’s 9,000 recipes and culinary knowledge, allows home cooks to  create entirely new recipes based on novel combinations of flavors and textures that have never been conceived. IBM is applying the same cognitive technology behind Chef Watson to reinvent how discoveries are made in other fields, including healthcare, financial services and retail. (Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM)



  • IBM Experts Help Kenyan Students Code for Cloud

    IBM Experts Help Kenyan Students Code for Cloud

    Date added: 2014-06-20

    In May 2014, IBM Corporate Service Corps team members helped train 50 students at Strathmore University in Kenya on the latest application development, project management, product development and commercialization skills. To hone their expertise in building, integrating and deploying applications and services within and via the digital cloud, students received training on IBM's Bluemix. They developed mobile apps that address real-life African grand challenges pertaining to agriculture, security, micro-finance and vehicular traffic. (Credit: Hoong Sheng Loh / IBM)



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