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A funny story about timeless

Timeless is a tv series where three people chase after one bad guy with all the answers but who cannot stop them, i could not be bothered to watch it on tv so i recorded it. 105 more words

Television Shows

HP Inc to Relocate

​The technology company HP Inc. has signed a long-term lease to occupy two office buildings in Springwoods Village near I-45 North.

The 12-acre campus will include 378,000 square feet of office space and will house approximately 2,400 employees, according to the Patrinely Group, which is developing the site with USAA Real Estate Company and Springwoods Village developers CDC Houston. 21 more words

IT

A windows 10 tale of woe and despair including British India

As a last resort the giraffe enclosure here in the zoo sent a message via the bush telegraph to us apes for fix there computer. A microfilter was handed over by us in the monkey house and an hour later i happened to be near so I popped into the giraffe enclosure – bananas is brave like that. 290 more words

Uk

ASUS 19-volt router power supply

A few days back, on the eve of the eve of the new year, one of my clients had a problem with their ASUS wireless router. 276 more words

Etcetera

My Monitor Pivots

This is an older monitor that HP used to make. I have always liked it and kept it on a shelf in my office. I had been using a huge 27 inch flat screen monitor that Patty bought me and it was fine but one day I put that new one on the shelf and got this old one down and hooked it up.  Hewlett-Packard has the drivers to update the software and in ten minutes I had it working just fine. 107 more words

HP Pivot Monitor

Airbnb, PayPal, Hewlett-Packard Are Tangled In Israeli Settlement Controversy

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — Bay Area companies do a lot of business in the West Bank and East Jerusalem and could face significant backlash for doing so. 377 more words

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How Autonomy Fooled Hewlett-Packard

In 2011, Hewlett-Packard paid $11.1 billion for UK software firm Autonomy – a 64% premium for a company with nearly $1 billion of 2010 revenues, and possessing “a consistent track record of double-digit revenue growth, with 87 percent gross margins and 43 percent operating margins.” So they thought. 1,035 more words

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