Apple is hungry, again.
The Cupertino giant only got Laserlike, starting learning machine that helps to deliver user-specific content, The Information reported. The terms of the discussion were not disclosed, but it is reported that the Laserlike acquisition will be used to strengthen Siri's capabilities.
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Three former Googlers, Steven Baker, Anand Shukla, and Srinivasan Venkatachary began at Laserlike. Laserlike based on Mountain View on its website says that it will provide “high-quality information and perspectives” to its users through its art-powered web search.
Apple is not surprisingly buying a small company ̵
In 2019, the desire of Apple is still growing. Three months into the year, three companies have already acquired it: PullString, DataTiger, and now Laserlike. Our EIC wrote Alex Wilhelm about the two previous acquisitions.
While DataTiger focuses on digital marketing, PullString works with artificial intelligence and will help with “Siri, HomePod and voice strategy.”
Apple did not immediately respond to Miss Crunchbase News on the new acquisition. However, the dynamics I deal with are progressing rapidly: In May 2018, Venkatachary Laserlike launched Facebook: “Today we are promoting Apple as the App of the day! He is delighted. Check out our app and send us feedback. ”
Continue with 45 weeks, and Apple's enthusiasm has shifted from vocal support to hard investment. Not bad.
Credit Review: Li-Anne Dias