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IBM launches Watson tool for business clients

International Business Machines Corp is rolling out a cognitive tool powered by its Watson supercomputer that uses companies' internal data to answer questions about performance and efficiency, and predict outcomes.

New Apple mobile software arrives tonight

New-generation Apple software for powering its coveted mobile devices is set for release on Wednesday, two days ahead of the arrival of its latest iPhones.

Smartphone users spending more time on apps: Study

Smartphone users are spending more time on apps that ever. According to a latest study, app usage has increased by an average of 21 % worldwide from a year ago.

Smartphone app tracks your moral judgements

A smartphone app can help track moral and immoral acts committed or witnessed by people as they go about their everyday lives.

Apps help brides track down the perfect bridal gown

Finding the perfect wedding gown can be a daunting task but new apps can help women narrow the options by helping them find and virtually try hundreds of designs.

Now, new website to help you make decisions

The website developed by Cloverpop, a San Francisco-based company, allows people to use an interactive web experience to easily move past biases and relieve stress when faced with major decisions.

App to track what makes you truly happy

Do you think the smartphone is a source of undue stress? Try this app created by three students at the University of California-Berkeley that claims to make them a source of goodness.

App turns job search into social experience

Two Boston University graduates have developed a new smartphone app to turn job hunting into a thrilling social experience.

App to save if your kid is in trouble

A 12-year-old child from Texas has developed a new mobile app that turns the power button on any Android phone into a virtual panic button in case there is a threat.

Free voice calls merged into Google Hangouts app

Google on Wednesday began letting people use its Hangouts message application for mobile devices to make free or low-cost voice calls over the Internet.

WeChat helps Apple rack up bonus points in China

Tencent was the top game publisher for Apple's iOS operating system in China by revenue for both June and July, according to App Annie, a company that measures app usage. Apple is this week expected to launch its new iPhone - with a gamer-friendly larger screen.

App to help curb youth suicide

Australian researchers are developing a smartphone app to stop the escalating rate of indigenous youth suicide. The app will facilitate referral of the young person to local liaison officers and other government or non-government support agencies.

Apple: Five key things to watch out for

From shaking off security fears post Hollywood celebs' photo leak to gadgets expected to be launched, here are five things that we can expect from the Apple event scheduled for Tuesday, September 9.

Google to pay $19 million for child app purchases

Google has agreed to issue at least $19 million in refunds to consumers whose children made app purchases from its Google Play store without parental consent, officials said on Thursday.

An app that ruins your selfie

Developed by Vladimir Shreyder, the app anti-selfie mobile app applies filters that obscure your face in funny ways. In less than two weeks of its launch, the app called SLMMSK has been used in more than 6,000 Instagram photos.
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