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HP Inc. Q1 revenue up 4% YoY to $12.7B with notebook computer revenue up 16% but revenue from printing down YoY by 3% to $4.48B (Tiernan Ray/Tech Trader Daily)

2 hours 19 min ago

Tiernan Ray / Tech Trader Daily:
HP Inc. Q1 revenue up 4% YoY to $12.7B with notebook computer revenue up 16% but revenue from printing down YoY by 3% to $4.48B  —  PC and printer giant HP Inc. (HPQ) this afternoon reported fiscal Q1 revenue well ahead of analysts' expectations, and beat by a penny on the bottom line …

Australian accounting software company MYOB to buy payment processing firm Paycorp for AU$48M (Yolanda Redrup/Financial Review)

5 hours 34 min ago

Yolanda Redrup / Financial Review:
Australian accounting software company MYOB to buy payment processing firm Paycorp for AU$48M  —  Accounting software company MYOB is pushing further into payment processing solutions, which it sees as a major growth opportunity for the business, thanks to the $48 million acquisition of Paycorp

Filing: Fitbit acquired Pebble's talent and intellectual property for $23M, well below reported price of $30-40M (Jordan Novet/VentureBeat)

7 hours 29 min ago

Jordan Novet / VentureBeat:
Filing: Fitbit acquired Pebble's talent and intellectual property for $23M, well below reported price of $30-40M  —  Wearable device company Fitbit today disclosed that it paid $23 million to acquire smartwatch maker Pebble in the fourth quarter of 2016.  —  That's lower than previous estimates …

Brian Robbins, CEO of teen/tween video network AwesomenessTV, is stepping down and will be replaced by Brett Boutier (Peter Kafka/Recode)

11 hours 44 min ago

Peter Kafka / Recode:
Brian Robbins, CEO of teen/tween video network AwesomenessTV, is stepping down and will be replaced by Brett Boutier  —  Here's the memo.  —  Brian Robbins, the founder and CEO of teen/tween video network AwesomenessTV, is leaving the company.  —  In a memo to his staff, Robbins says Brett Boutier …

Waze plans to expand ride-sharing service to several US cities and Latin America over the next few months (Jack Nicas/Wall Street Journal)

12 hours 29 min ago

Jack Nicas / Wall Street Journal:
Waze plans to expand ride-sharing service to several US cities and Latin America over the next few months  —  The growth of Waze's carpool service puts Alphabet Inc.'s Google more directly in competition with Uber  —  Google is planning to dramatically expand a carpool service …

Instagram will open up carousel posts, with up to 10 photos and videos, to all users in the coming weeks (Josh Constine/TechCrunch)

13 hours 7 min ago

Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Instagram will open up carousel posts, with up to 10 photos and videos, to all users in the coming weeks  —  Instagram wants you to share a more complete picture of your experiences in its classic feed, not just its Snapchat Stories clone.  Today, Instagram launches the ability to share …

AMD launches flagship Ryzen 8-core desktop CPUs, pre-orderable today, available March 2, starting at $329 (Peter Bright/Ars Technica)

13 hours 19 min ago

Peter Bright / Ars Technica:
AMD launches flagship Ryzen 8-core desktop CPUs, pre-orderable today, available March 2, starting at $329  —  AMD is back in the performance game... finally.  —  SAN FRANCISCO—Oasis' smash hit “Wonderwall” was playing as the throng of journalists assembled in the ballroom of a Grand Hyatt hotel …

AI-powered hedge fund Numerai unveils new digital token Numeraire that collaboratively rewards Wall Street data scientists for the best trading algorithms (Cade Metz/Wired)

13 hours 44 min ago

Cade Metz / Wired:
AI-powered hedge fund Numerai unveils new digital token Numeraire that collaboratively rewards Wall Street data scientists for the best trading algorithms  —  Wall Street is a competition, a Darwinian battle for the almighty dollar.  Gordon Gekko said that greed is good, that it captures “the essence of the evolutionary spirit.”

Verizon will test 5G service in 11 cities by mid-2017 as a replacement for home or office broadband (Roger Cheng/CNET)

14 hours 19 min ago

Roger Cheng / CNET:
Verizon will test 5G service in 11 cities by mid-2017 as a replacement for home or office broadband  —  The company plans to offer 5G to some customers in 11 cities by midyear.  It's not full mobile wireless.  Instead it's a replacement for fixed broadband.  —  We're slowly inching toward a super-connected 5G world.

Over 1M apps, websites, and bots are now using Facebook's mobile analytics suite, Analytics for Apps, up from 800K in September 2016 (Ken Yeung/VentureBeat)

14 hours 29 min ago

Ken Yeung / VentureBeat:
Over 1M apps, websites, and bots are now using Facebook's mobile analytics suite, Analytics for Apps, up from 800K in September 2016  —  Facebook's mobile app analytics offering hit a milestone today — it's now providing insight for more than 1 million apps, websites, and bots, a 25 percent increase from September.

Intel unveils XMM 7560 LTE modem with 1Gbps download speeds, 225 Mbps upload speeds, and CDMA support (Sascha Segan/PC Magazine)

16 hours 9 min ago

Sascha Segan / PC Magazine:
Intel unveils XMM 7560 LTE modem with 1Gbps download speeds, 225 Mbps upload speeds, and CDMA support  —  The next iPhone could go gigabit.  Today Intel announced its XMM7650 modem, which joins Qualcomm's X16 in the gigabit LTE world.  Intel's modem is probably the front-runner for this fall's iPhone 7s or iPhone 8.

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