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SoftBank increasing Sprint stake after T-Mobile deal called off

The proposed tie-up between two American telecom giants was formally called off this weekend. Sprint and T-Mobile had been negotiations for months but ultimately decided not to go forward with a deal. “The companies were unable to find mutually agreeable terms,” the businesses announced in a joint press release Saturday. …

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Red Hat starts moving its OpenStack platform to containers

Red Hat is still best known for its Linux distribution, but the company has also long offered its own OpenStack distribution and additional services as well. Today, the company launched version 12 of the Red Hat OpenStack Platform. This update includes all of the usual stability improvements and bug fixes, but …

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McLaren Downsizes, Slashes Prices

It’s never too early to get them started, right? For the holidays, McLaren is rolling out a fresh new batch of P1s for sale for a limited time or at least while supplies last. Yes, now you can buy a McLaren P1 of your very own—and for only $47.05 at today’s current …

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Google reduces Cloud latency with updated Andromeda SDN stack

Video: Moving to the cloud? There’s more than Amazon, Microsoft, and Google Google on Wednesday took the wraps off latest version of its Andromeda, the a software-defined network (SDN) stack that underpins the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). With this release, packets on the network are able to securely bypass the …

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Xbox One X review: This is the ultimate Xbox

This is the Xbox One X. It’s the fastest and smallest Xbox and the first to offer games in 4K. At $499 the higher resolution comes at a steep price. After a week with the console and hours of gaming, I can firmly state the Xbox One X is the …

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