Way back in January, IBM unveiled a new cryptographic tool called Identity Mixer, designed to protect your digital data from hackers. Today, the computing giant is opening the technology to developers for the first time, through its cloud-based platform, Bluemix. Before today, the service has only been available in "experimental phases," says IBM, but now it's fully available and accessible for any developer to use.
+IBM Thank you for the comment, I look forward to seeing it. The lack of equivalent apps for Android and other platforms being available appears to be distorting the objectivity of the Watson app as, for example, it currently shows the Apple watch trending in shopping results. Whether the distortion is real or not, I believe the absence of the app on other platforms will inevitably undermine its reputation.
Ya but bucking the trend might be wiser and better for your children and peeps...In Jamaica if you like to follow trends, we call you " Falla fasion" meaning Follow Fashion... Jamaicans don't like to be Falla fashion.. we set the trends
IBM and +Stanford University have combined their expertise in porous materials for #microprocessors and thin film mechanical properties to study the fundamental properties of polymers under confinement. This image is art of the hybrid nanocomposite created by Stanford students. http://ow.ly/ULRQN