IBM adopts Apple Watch for internal fitness initiative & Watson-linked health app [u]

Article Image IBM is reportedly deepening its investment in Apple platforms via the Apple Watch, offering discounted units to its own employees, as well as linking ts Watson supercomputer to an upcoming Watch app. [Updated]

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Amazon Extends Olive Branch to Hachette Authors


With tensions deepening between Amazon and Hachette, Amazon sent a peace offering to authors caught in the middle of the dispute. While negotiations drag on, authors should receive all of the revenue from their e-book sales, Amazon proposed in a letter to some authors and agents. The letter reportedly was sent to Hachette itself this week. The proposal would require both Amazon and Hachette to lose their share of the sales for the time being — Hachette summarily rejected the idea.

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Twitter Taps TapCommerce for Mobile Retargeting


Twitter is deepening its mobile advertising capabilities with the acquisition of TapCommerce, a retargeting and re-engagement provider. Twitter announced the deal on Monday, calling the company’s toolset an important piece of the mobile advertising platform it is building for marketers, app developers and users. TapCommerce enables real-time programmatic mobile ad buying across multiple exchanges through such tools and strategies as cross-exchange buying access, partner support and API availability. It reaches more than 50,000 apps.

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