On Sunday,28th Oct 2018 IBM spent $34 billion to buy a software company that gives away its primary product for free.

Red Hat best known for its Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system. Red Hat is an open source software company that gives away the source code for its core products. That means anyone can download them for free. And many do. Oracle even uses Red Hat’s source code for its own Oracle Linux product.

BBC has 'solved' the lag between live streams and TV

BBC Research & Development department has finally solved the problem of delays you experience when watching a movie online or a football match. If you’ve ever watched a live event over the Internet near to someone who’s watching the same thing on traditional broadcast television, you’ll know that the Internet version is often many seconds behind.

There are many factors that contribute to the delay or ‘latency’ that you experience when watching a live stream over the internet.  Some of this latency helps give you a reliable stream that will play without interruption despite competing with other traffic on the network. But there are also other causes of delay that we can reduce.

A computer mouse is a hand-held pointing device. Basically it does all the pointing clicking and dragging on your monitor. This involves the hand of a user to move back and forth or sideways when using a standard mouse. 

With all this simple movements, you are twisting your arm inward to make your hand flat; tightening the joint space of your two forearm bones, which is unnatural and, eventually, causes wrist pain and shoulder tightness.

The Optoma HD27 1080p home theater projector
Time to enjoy movies with your family with Optoma's  newly introduced HD27 1080p home theater projector. The new HD27 1080p project reproduces colors accurately as they were created, improved lamp life and a smaller form factor. The all-digital Optoma HD27 delivers an incredible high definition picture for the discerning home cinema and theater enthusiast.

PowerBulb is the world's first LED light bulb with dual USB ports that turns any lamp into a charging station. Companies around the world have continuously innovated the smart way people can have SMART HOMES and yet with simple gadgets to complement in their lives. Here comes a PowerBulb from Mega Tiny Corp.
The world's first LED lightbulb that integrates USB charging anywhere in the home, office or hotel. With PowerBulb, gone are the days of petty anger, trivial annoyance and senseless frustration by not having easy access to a charging source. PowerBulb harnesses the power of the lightbulb to charge your mobile devices. Simply place PowerBulb into a lamp, turn on the lamp, attach a USB charging cable, and then connect the devices you are looking to charge!

The brainchild of Mega Tiny Corp, the PowerBulb carries the proud distinction of being the world’s first LED lightbulb which will integrate USB charging regardless of where you are. Truly living out the plug-and-play motto, the PowerBulb will provide you with easy access to a charging source. All that you need to do is to install the PowerBulb into a lamp, turn on the lamp, and voila! You’re good to go — just attach the corresponding USB charging cable to your power hungry mobile device, and you can start charging it immediately.