The company Wednesday launched the IBM Watson Mobile Developer Challenge, which seeks to facillitate the creation of mobile consumer and business apps powered by Watson. Virginia Rometty, CEO of IBM, made the announcement during a keynote at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
AT&T and IBM today announced a partnership that aims to develop solutions that help support...
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Verizon Enterprise Solutions and Oracle today announced they will enable customers to use Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware on Verizon's cloud infrastructure, including the new Verizon Cloud, and pay for access on an hourly basis.
IBM today announced the completion of its acquisition of Fiberlink, a privately held mobile management and security company. Fiberlink’s cloud-based MaaS360 will boost the MDM offerings within IBM’s MobileFirst initiative and the solution will be slotted into IBM’s SaaS portfolio. Maas360 will sit atop SoftLayer’s cloud infrastructure.
Motorola today introduced Moto G, featuring a 4.5-inch HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, and Android 4.3 Jellybean with a guaranteed upgrade to Android 4.4 KitKat at the beginning of 2014. In the US, Moto G will be sold on Motorola.com, with no contract, no SIM lock and an unlockable bootloader for USD$179 with 8GB of storage and USD$199 for 16GB. Moto G will also be available through various carriers and retailers.
IBM’s not new to the cloud. The IT giant began accelerating its efforts in 2009. But in the competitive public cloud landscape as it is now, with Amazon on the tips of everyone’s tongue and major carriers like Verizon floating their own clouds, IBM has a new ally in recently acquired SoftLayer.
IBM is announcing new social business and mobile offerings for its 100+ software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution portfolio, integrated cloud capabilities with SoftLayer assets and new integrated systems for hybrid cloud computing environments.
IBM is buying fraud protection software maker Trusteer, amid the growing threat of cyberattacks. The Armonk, N.Y., technology services company announced the acquisition Thursday, but didn't disclose how much it paid for Trusteer.
ARMONK, N.Y. (AP) — IBM said Wednesday that its second-quarter net income fell 17 percent as revenue slipped and it absorbed the cost of layoffs. Net income came to $3.23 billion, or $2.91 per share, down from $3.88 billion, or $3.34 per share, a year earlier. Excluding a $1 billion charge related to layoffs, IBM Corp.'s adjusted earnings came to $3.91 per share.
Sprint’s Velocity connected car platform is earning an upgrade that will store information in the cloud for use across multiple vehicles and devices. The new Velocity Service Bus is leveraging IBM’s MessageSight M2M appliance to put a new suite of functions in place and to store driver preferences and diagnostic information in the cloud.
AT&T and IBM today announced a business agreement to deliver a new eCommerce solution that can help retailers provide a consistent shopping experience for customers whether they are shopping online, via a mobile app or in-store.
ARMONK, N.Y. (AP) — IBM is buying cloud computing company SoftLayer Technologies Inc. to expand its online software business. Financial terms were not disclosed Tuesday. SoftLayer is a privately held company based in Dallas with 13 data centers in the U.S., Asia and Europe.
IBM has reinvigorated its mobile enterprise portfolio with the announcement of the MobileFirst suite of software and services. The computing giant also announced an expanded relationship with AT&T in order to get these new tools out to more developers.
IBM today announced an agreement to acquire Worklight, a privately held Israeli-based provider of mobile software for smartphones and tablets.
Lenovo Group expects wireless Internet products to account for up to 80 percent of its sales within five years as it pursues expansion...
IBM posted slightly improved fourth-quarter results on an uptick in new service contracts, but sales to the communications industry fell slightly.
IBM announced new subscription-based managed services and support for the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution.
If the rumor that IBM will buy out Sun Microsystems comes true, the company would be able to secure a quick, dominant entry into the device operating system market.
IBM has expanded its relationship with AT&T, Sprint and other wireless carriers to provide broader e-mail access to customers
IBM says it has figured out how to bring Web 2.0 applications, as well as desktop computing, to mobile phones.