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IBM has agreed to acquire open source software company, Red Hat for $34 billion.
IBM is hoping the acquisition will help it expand its position in the Enterprise cloud computing market, better compete with the likes of Amazon, Google, and Microsoft.
The deal marks IBM's largest acquisition in company history.
OnePlus launched the next version of its flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 6T, in New York.
The phone features an in-screen fingerprint scanner, a Snapdragon 845 processor, and a 6.41 inch screen display Going on sale November 1st, the promo start at 5:49.
Early reviews are mostly positive.
The critics say the fingerprint scanner could be faster.
Then finally, Walmart is testing a new warehouse in Dallas where you can make all of your purchases on your phone.
Sam's Club now will essentially serve as Walmart's version of an Amazon Go Store.
Relying on an app to do the bulk of your work.
It is also allowing for augmented reality features in store and will offer directions to products.
The 32,000 square foot store currently has no timeline for opening.
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