The companies called the deal, which still needs approval from shareholders and regulators, the “most significant tech acquisition of 2018.” The deal is expected to close in the second half of 2019.“The acquisition of Red Hat is a game-changer. It changes everything about the cloud market,” IBM chief Ginni Rometty said in a statement.The cloud, simply, refers to software and services that run on the internet instead of your computer. Dropbox, Netflix, Flickr, Google Drive, Microsoft Office 365, Yahoo Mail are all cloud services.These various platforms often don’t allow data to easily move between them. Red Hat says its software solves that issue by allowing data to be more easily moved around.
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Microsoft officially unveiled Windows 8.1 at its Build conference keynote speech this morning, confirming most of the rumors we’ve been hearing for months. The company is calling the massive update Windows 8 “Refined.” This update to last year’s Windows 8 fixes many of the quirks and frustrations users complained about and adds new features to the Windows operating system.
Here’s what’s new with Windows 8.1. Want to try out for yourself? The preview edition is available today.
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If youve been wanting to get in on the BlackBerry 10 action but wanted a physical keyboard, AT&T has just announced that pre-orders for the BlackBerry Q10, the new QWERTY from the company-formerly-known-as-RIM, begin tomorrow. You can get the LTE-powered Q10 for $199.99 with two-year contract. Yeah, we are just surprised at that price as you are, and we expect it to sell just as badly as you do. Unless you plan on picking one up, in which case, have fun with your 720×720 display. Some people just cant let go of hardware keyboards, right?
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Yes, the start button is back and users can now boot directly to Window’s iconic desktop screen, bypassing the fancy new tile screen that appears when you fire up the computer. It turns out that Microsoft’s attempt to be revolutionary instead of evolutionary caused more confusion amongst users than excitement for something new.
The new Android phone has a smaller 4.3-inch screen and lower-end hardware, but it gets some of the higher-end model’s software.