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MyMenu: IBM Pulse App Throwdown winner brings mobile, cloud and analytics to restaurants

Have you ever sat at a restaurant and wanted to make sure the creator of that sumptuous Tiramisu knows just how good it really is? Or find an easy way to give feedback on less-than-stellar service? MyMenu has the answer.

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Reshma Saujani from Girls Who Code on bridging the skills gap

One great thing about IBM events is that you get to meet some of the most influential and poignant thinkers of our time. That said, I was excited about the opportunity to talk to Reshma Saujani, CEO and Founder of

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SMBEB: Robert Scoble and Shel Israel on the Age of Context

Robert Scoble and Shel Israel

My smartphone knows from my email that I’m due to fly out of an airport 20 miles away later today. When I open up my phone, it will tell me that the flight is on time and that the there’s

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AT&T Developer Summit 2013: key takeaways

Our phones and tablets are really just the beginning of the mobile experience. The apps on these devices are connected. To us and our location. To our workplace. To the cloud and the heady world of available services and APIs

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Hybrid applications and other trends in mobile technologies

A great discussion on mobile trends and challenges with Greg Truty, IBM Distinguished Engineer and Chief Architect for IBM Mobile Foundation, and Roland Barcia, IBM Distinguished Engineer and CTO, Mobile and WebSphere Application Infrastructure, IBM Software Services for WebSphere. via

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Mel Greer from Lockheed Martin talks Cloud computing in the defense sector

Mel Greer, Senior Fellow and Chief Strategist for Cloud Computing, Lockheed Martin, talks about how the US government is adopting a Cloud methodology across various departments. More on Lockheed Martin More on IBM Cloud via developerWorks@Impact

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Business process management and mobility: Scott Francis explains the link

Scott Francis, CTO for BP3 and an IBM Champion speaks to Scott Laningham about business process management, how the transition of Lombardi into IBM has affected their business and the impact mobile devices are having on BPM. Scott explains BP

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The Future of Mobile

Albert Ho and Michael Rowe discuss the future of mobile while at Impact 2012. More on IBM mobile solutions via developerWorks@Impact

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