IBM: We Don't Want To Be Google

March 2011
Channel Insider;3/1/2011, p1
The article reports on the statement from Steve Mills, senior vice president and group executive of software and systems at International Business Machines Corp. (IBM), that the company's Watson Technologies Corp. is capable to compete with the Bing search engine of Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp., but it has no interest in the traditional search business model.


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