LG’s rollable TV finally goes on sale for $87,000

LG has announced that its world-first rollable TV is finally going on sale, albeit in limited fashion. The 65-inch LG Signature OLED R is now available at seven consumer electronics store throughout South Korea and will cost 100 million won, or more than $87,000.

The Signature OLED R is built around a flexible OLED panel that LG describes with characteristic restraint as “the most innovative development in television technology in decades.” Because of its flexible nature, it can retract partially or fully into its base, adapting to different aspect ratios or hiding the panel completely when not in use.

“LG’s exquisite creation liberates users from the limitations of the wall, enabling owners to curate their living environment without having to permanently set aside space for a large, black screen that is only useful when turned on,” the company says in a statement. Buyers will be able to choose between four

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Intel Is Said to Be Near Sale of Memory-Chip Unit for $10B

Semiconductor giant Intel  (INTC) – Get Report is reportedly close to a deal to sell a memory-chip unit to South Korea’s SK Hynix for about $10 billion.

The companies are discussing a deal that could be unveiled as soon as Monday, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

The transaction’s specific details, including exactly what SK Hynix would be acquiring, could not be learned, the paper said.

Shares of the Santa Clara, Calif., company at last check were up 1.7% to $55.08.

The Intel unit makes NAND flash-memory products primarily used in devices such as hard drives, thumb drives and cameras. 

Intel has been weighing getting out of the business for some time, driven by sagging prices for flash memory, the Journal reported. 

Intel is scheduled to report its third-quarter earnings Thursday afternoon.

The market for memory chips slumped in 2018 amid an oversupply

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German construction software firm Thinkproject put up for sale -sources

FRANKFURT, Oct 19 (Reuters) – German construction software developer Thinkproject has been put up for sale by its private equity owner in a potential 700-million euro ($823 million) deal, people close to the matter said.

Buyout group TA Associates, which is working with investment banking boutique Arma Partners on the divestiture has already sent out information packages on the company to prospective buyers, they added.

Private equity firms such as Cinven, KKR, Permira and TPG are expected to show interest in the company, as may some software groups.

TA Associates, Arma Partners and some of the prospective bidders were not immediately available for comment while the others declined to comment.

In a sign of the high valuations that software firms can reap, ThinkProject peer RIB Software was acquired by French electrical equipment group Schneider Electric earlier this year in a deal valuing the German firm at about 23 times its

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Atlassian to end sale and support of on-premise server products by 2024

Atlassian has announced that the company will end the sale and support for all of its server products on 2 February 2024, as it continues to invest heavily in the cloud.

The end of sale and support will apply to Jira Software Server, Jira Core Server, Jira Service Desk Service, Confluence Server, Bitbucket Server, Crowd Server, Bamboo Server, Atlassian-built apps, and Atlassian Marketplace server apps.

Some exceptions that will be made, according to Atlassian, include allowing customers to purchase new licences for Fisheye and Crucible, along with Bamboo Server until Bamboo Data Center is made available “in the near future”.

Effective from 2 February 2021, Atlassian will end new server licence sales and cease any new feature development for its server product line. It will also increase the price of maintenance for existing server renewals and upgrades, which will continue to be available over the next three years until 2

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Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals launch early: 4K TV sets, Echo Dots on sale, more gadgets already discounted

Amazon Prime Day doesn’t officially begin until tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 13, but because Amazon’s popular sale event is almost here, the retailer has already dropped a few early deals in hopes of enticing early shoppers.

The real sales and steep discounts will kick off at midnight tonight and continue through Wednesday, but today you can still score on a few items including Amazon and Alexa-compatible smart devices and other products.

If you don’t have a Prime account, some of these deals won’t work for you, so sign up for Amazon Prime before shopping. Here’s a look at a few of the best deals available now.

The Best Deal

Amazon Alexa Echo Dot Smart Device (3rd Generation) + Amazon Music

One of the best deals on Amazon today is an awesome deal on the third generation Amazon Echo Dot Alexa-enabled Smart Device going on sale for just $18.99 (regularly $40 when

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Kitchen gadgets to get on sale at Amazon right now

Amazon Prime Day 2020: the best clever kitchen gadgets are on sale right now (Photo: Reviewed / Betsey Goldwasser)

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Amazon Prime Day is here and we’re here to help you shop wisely. While you might be seeing a ton of featured deals on TVs and smart gadgets, Prime Day is about more than just tech—you can find great savings on top-rated knife sets, pressure cookers and small appliances, too (just be sure to sign up!). 

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These are the best deals for cooking and kitchen products we’ve found. And be sure to check out our full list of all the best Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals.

The best Prime Day deals on kitchen gadgets

The product experts

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Kitchen gadgets to get on sale on Amazon right now

Amazon Prime Day 2020: Keurig coffee makers and other great kitchen gadgets are on sale for Prime Day. (Photo: Keurig)

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Amazon Prime Day is underway and almost gone. While you might be seeing a ton of featured deals on TVs and smart gadgets, Prime Day is about more than just tech—you can find great savings on top-rated cookware sets, air fryers and small appliances too (Just be sure to sign up for a Prime membership to take advantage of all the deals!).

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All sale long, we’ve been combing Amazon’s site to find the best Amazon Prime Day deals for readers. Here are our top find for cooking and kitchen products. If you’re

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