IBM announced Tuesday that SystemML, a machine learning tool the company created, has been accepted into the Apache Incubator to further develop the tech for open-source uses.
Possibly feeling pressure from Google's similar move earlier this week, Microsoft announced on Thursday on its Microsoft Research blog that it open-sourced its own set of machine learning tools for wide use by developers.
The second wave of users transitioning to Windows 10 has pushed the new operating system's usage market share to 11 percent.
Some features from the recently redesigned Outlook mobile app will soon make their way to Microsoft's desktop client, according to a report from Business Insider.
Watson is hungry for data, and IBM just ordered up a king-sized portion for the artificially intelligent system. Big Blue today announced plans to acquire the Weather Company's B2B, mobile and cloud-based web properties, with the acquired company's data processing platform as the main course.
Google's new CEO Sundar Pichai called the company's efforts in machine learning a "priority" during Alphabet's financial call Thursday.
Following a private beta of the feature last month, Microsoft has today pushed a function to let all Power BI users access custom visuals for data.
IBM is adding some new features, including a secure connection, to its Watson Analytics service and offering details about the interesting ways that some businesses use the service.
Microsoft made its Financial Services Compliance Program available Tuesday to any organization that needs better insights into cloud applications due to regulatory oversight.
Amazon is touting its cloud-based QuickSight tool as an easy-to-use business intelligence service that costs just one-tenth that of traditional BI solutions.