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IBM Watson Engagement Advisor advises service reps or "talks" directly to customers to improve the service experience.
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Samsung has closed the gap with Apple in terms of American consumers' satisfaction level with their smartphones.
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Google must convince enterprise IT managers that its infrastructure-as-a-service offering is a good fit. I am doubtful that Google is ready.
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