Apple is apparently set to debut a news and presumably magazine subscription service, possibilities also include a new video streaming service, AirPods 2, air charger, new iPad mini and iPhone SE 2.
Nearmap's aerial mapping product offerings disrupted the aerial imaging market, but to accelerate its progress from start-up to the beginnings of a true global player, it used Zuora's subscription service to map a new course to provide "reality as a service" on an ever widening scale, as you'll discover in this email interview below.
Nuance has announced the cloud-powered Dragon Anywhere for Android and iOS mobile devices in Australia, delivering the "powerful, professional productivity features of Dragon desktop speech recognition to these devices".
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