Google, IBM, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook team up for Partnership on AI

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Google, IBM, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook are coming together to form a non-profit organisation to educate the public and understand how it will influence people and society. The organization is dubbed as Partnership on Artificial Intelligence to benefit people and society.

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Apple and IBM add 8 more MobileSuit iOS apps for two new industries

Just last week, Apple and IBM rolled out MobileFirst suit for iOS apps in Japan. Today, the duo is adding 8 new MobileFirst iOS apps for industrial products and healthcare industry.

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Apple and IBM releases 10 MobileFirst iOS Apps for Business

Apple and IBM have officially released a first wave of business focused iOS apps, following their collaboration announcement in July this year. The main aim of the partnership was to bring iPhones and iPads to enterprise customers.

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Apple and IBM collaborate to push iOS to enterprise customers

With an aim to bring iPhones and iPads to enterprise customers, Apple has teamed up with IBM. As a result of the partnership, IBM will create more than 100 business-focused apps and Apple will sell iPhones and iPads pre-loaded with specific apps to companies across the globe.

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Airtel in $100-mn deal with IBM

Airtel -cellular telephony operator, on Thursday announced a 100-million dollar deal with software major IBM to deliver a suit of new product services and applications under a single delivery platform.

“Bharti has partnered with IBM to deliver India’s first “service delivery platform” to enable it to deliver a suit of new range of services to its over 25 million customers,” Manoj Kohli, Bharti-Airtel President, said. The cellular operator is also investing over 100 million dollars in this delivery platform, he added.

IBM, which has been managing the telecom network operations of Bharti-Airtel for a while, will develop, manage and operate the service delivery platform for Airtel.

The platform will enable Bharti to have an integrated environment that will incorporate all of Airtel’s content and application services under one platform, Kohli went on to say.

Nokia adds IBM Lotus Notes and Domino support to its mobile email portfolio

Nokia announced the addition of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino support to its mobile application platform, announced back in September 2005.

Nokia announced the addition of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino support to its mobile application platform, announced back in September 2005 ? Nokia Business Center. IBM Lotus Notes and Domino support will further complement the Business Center, which provides a combination of voice and business applications on a single device and allows a wide range of employees access to business-critical mobile email. Nokia Business Center is currently supported on more than ten Nokia smartphones and communicators. It is expected to be available to customers, equipped with IBM Lotus Notes and Domino support in the first quarter of 2006.

Source: Nokia