Take a Network Break! Broadcom raised eyebrows with its $18.9 billion bid for CA Technologies, and Intel gets in the acquisition game by buying eASIC.
Viptela founders raise big bucks from VCs for a mysterious new venture, BP renews its interest in in-sourced IT, and ZTE moves closer to restarting major operations.
Tech support scammers leverage suspiciously accurate knowledge about Dell customers, PC sales are up, and Blue Origin says it will start taking customers to space in 2019.
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Broadcom Is Getting Desperate – Seeking Alpha
Broadcom: Crazy Like A Fox, Or Just Barking Mad? – Seeking Alpha
Weirdest. Acquisition. Ever. Broadcom buys CA Technologies – The Register
Viptela’s Kingpins Have a New Stealth Startup – Light Reading
Shutting down the BGP Hijack Factory – Dyn Blog
BP removes reliance on third-party providers by bringing IT in-house – Channel Asia Singapore