The Federal Trade Commission ruled that Intuit engaged in deceptive practices by running ads claiming consumers could file their taxes for free using TurboTax even though many people did not qualify for such free offerings.
Purdue University files patent-infringement suit against Google
The dispute concerns technology that the university says was developed and patented by a team of professors and graduate students to address “power bugs” in mobile phone apps.Read More
Software keeps kids on school buses safe from sickness
Indianapolis-based Synovia Solutions’ latest platform—Bus Guardian—helps with contact tracing and hygiene verification for school buses.Read More
New York-based Simplifeye moving HQ to Carmel, hiring 75
Dr. Ryan Hungate, a Kokomo native who founded the medical-practice software firm in 2014, said he plans to spend up to $10 million to shift a majority of the company’s operations to Carmel.Read More
Software firm Lessonly scores $15 million in latest venture funding round
The funding—secured before the coronavirus hit the U.S.—will be used to fuel growth across all segments of the company, said Lessonly CEO Max Yoder.Read More
Bloomerang, which offers software tools for not-for-profit organizations, says its acquisition of Florida-based Qgiv will help fuel growth.
For much of the last decade, software companies just focused on growing as quickly as possible. That changed in 2023. Profit and operating margin became the industry’s watchwords.
The lawsuit was filed in 2021 over the tech giant’s alleged monopolistic control of app distribution for the software that runs most of the world’s cellphones.
Local tech firms that have started to use the technology say, with the caveat that it’s difficult to make long-term predictions about ever-changing technology, that they view generative AI as a tool rather than a job killer.
Mobile and desktop traffic to ChatGPT’s website worldwide fell 9.7 percent in June from the previous month, according to internet data firm Similarweb.
The Indianapolis-based software development firm had one employee when it launched in December 2021. The company now has 26 employees—and big ambitions for continued growth.
Indianapolis-based Tenon, which has been operating in stealth mode since December, offers a software platform that helps marketing teams plan and execute campaigns.
Microsoft is infusing artificial intelligence tools into its suite of office software, allowing users to do things like summarize long emails, draft stories in Word and animate slides in PowerPoint.
Indianapolis-based Elate was founded in 2019 by two former coworkers at another local software firm, Springbuk. Elate offers a platform to help organizations develop and execute their strategic plans.
Microsoft, having brought artificial intelligence to its battle with Google over search, is now turning to the latest AI technology to catch up with rivals in the corporate applications market such as Oracle, Salesforce and SAP.
Congress passed the “No TikTok on Government Devices Act” in December as part of a sweeping government funding package.
Web 3.0 is built upon the core concepts of decentralization and openness. Its features include artificial intelligence, machine learning and blockchain technology.
The revamping of Microsoft’s second-place search engine could give the software giant a head start against other tech companies in capitalizing on excitement surrounding ChatGPT, a tool that’s awakened millions to the possibilities of the latest AI technology.
Tech entrepreneur John Qualls has been serving as Eleven Fifty Academy’s interim executive director since December, when Indiana Wesleyan acquired the struggling coding school.
The company said in a regulatory filing Wednesday that the layoffs were a response to “macroeconomic conditions and changing customer priorities.”
Authenticx offers business communications software that allows health insurers and health care systems to analyze millions of client interactions such as phone calls and emails, helping customers improve their interactions with patients.
Overfuel, which had its public launch this week, is targeting small- to medium-sized independent car dealers, offering them software that helps them streamline their websites and glean more information about customers’ online activities.