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Hewlett Packard Enterprise to streamline operations, split off IT Services business

Hewlett Packard Enterprise to streamline operations, split off IT Services business Along with bringing you the news on several new HP products, we most recently we reported on the fact that a tough market has hit HP’s PC revenue.Today, we can report that HP has announced plans for a tax-free spin-off and merger of its Enterprise Services business with CSC, which will create a pure-play global IT services powerhouse.

HP joins in the PC as a Service trend, to offer corporate customers fee per employee for PC equipment

HP joins in the PC as a Service trend, to offer corporate customers fee per employee for PC equipment Microsoft recently introduced its Surface Membership program allowing businesses to essentially purchase a “subscription” for a device (Surface 3, Surface Pro 4, or Surface Book) with a monthly price that includes the device, support, and training.The Surface Membership also provides for options to upgrade the device and makes the overall cost more manageable than a one-time up-front payment.

Microsoft will start selling Windows 10 as a subscription product to large businesses

Microsoft will start selling Windows 10 as a subscription product to large businesses The company has confirmed that Windows as a service is becoming a reality, but only for enterprise users right now.Beginning this fall, Microsoft will offer Windows 10 Enterprise E3, a new business-oriented tier of Windows 10 that doesn’t have a permanent license cost.

This week in space: NASA fact-checks the Enterprise, Curiosity controls its own laser, and Ceres’ mysterious remodeling

This week in space: NASA fact-checks the Enterprise, Curiosity controls its own laser, and Ceres’ mysterious remodeling Here’s what happened this week, in case you missed it the first time around.A remote update gave the Curiosity rover’s AI control over which rocks to vaporize with its on-board laser.

New Star Trek: Discovery will take place before TOS, focus on previously unexplored events

New Star Trek: Discovery will take place before TOS, focus on previously unexplored events Ever since we found out a new Star Trek TV show would be coming to CBS, there have been questions about the show’s scope, timeline, and focus.According to showrunner Brian Fuller, the new Star Trek: Discovery will focus on seven main characters with a female lead who’s a Lieutenant Commander rather than the Captain.

BlackBerry launches an ultra-secure messaging platform in a bid to boost its fortunes

BlackBerry launches an ultra-secure messaging platform in a bid to boost its fortunes As it witnessed its share of the smartphone market slide unceremoniously into a deep, dark hole, BlackBerry switched its focus several years ago in a bid to keep the company alive.Announcing its BBM Enterprise software development kit (SDK) this week, the product is designed to allow enterprise developers to easily offer messaging, voice, and video in mobile communications, incorporating the kind of secure wrapping on which BlackBerry built its reputation.

WhatsApp might be testing a business feature in its biggest market

WhatsApp might be testing a business feature in its biggest market This is also the instant messaging giant's first attempt at monetization after eight years of ad-free, subscription-free existence.It comes soon after WhatsApp hired its first COO, Matt Idema, who was reportedly brought in to monetize the platform, three years since Facebook's $22-billion acquisition.

The 12 Best Dogs In Sci-Fi History

The 12 Best Dogs In Sci-Fi History But what will dogs look like hundreds or thousands of years from now?It’s silly to think that dogs will remain unchanged in the future, but hopefully, they’ll still be loyal friends.

The chat app war between Microsoft and Slack heats up

The chat app war between Microsoft and Slack heats up On Tuesday, the company announced its chat app, Teams, has rolled out to all Office 365 customers worldwide.That's exactly why Uber ditched Slack last year.

YouTube is finally paying a big price for hosting hateful content

YouTube is finally paying a big price for hosting hateful content Some of America's biggest advertisers are joining their British counterparts in boycotting Google.The companies are among the first in the United States to join what's become a full-scale revolt among advertisers in the UK this week.