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IBM Watson is coming to the iPhone: Why it's big news for business users

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IBM Watson is coming to the iPhone, and that's big news for business users

On Tuesday, IBM announced it will be combining its enterprise iOS mobile apps with IBM Watson for better decision-making and productivity.

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