Tesla reverses store-closings, Adobe getting rid of Shockwave
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Tesla is reversing a plan to close all of its retail stores, the company has said in a statement.
Instead, the car maker will increase prices of its vehicles by about 3% worldwide.
Tesla will keep 20% of its stores under review In which it will take the time to decide whether or not to close them.
Adobe is giving Shockwave the Ax on April 9th.
The browser-based multimedia platform will be discontinued and no longer supported.
Adobe recommends using its Creative Cloud suite of apps instead because of course it does
And finally NVIDIA has outbid Intel to acquire Israel based chipmaker Mellanox.
For nearly seven billion dollars.
Mellanox is known for its hardware that powers internet servers.
And NVIDIA sees a future in the company with this ever expanding portfolio of applications.
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