Microsoft ready clean Mac’s out-of-date clock
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New ARM Snapdragon X will make Macs look as dated as Stevenson’s rocket

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says that while the fruity cargo cult Apple had done a splendid job on its latest Mac, it was going to be outdated by the new windows optimised laptops coming from Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung in the next four weeks.

HP demands €3.7 Billion from former Autonomy bosses
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If only there were a good accounting software which could help out

The former maker of expensive printer ink HP is after a whopping €3.7 billion from the former bosses of Autonomy, who fiddled the books to sell the company for a staggering €10.2 billion.

HP’s print ink policy faces monopoly legal challenge
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Court will be told HP has a hotel on Mayfair and Park Lane

Make of expensive printer ink, HP has used its "Dynamic Security" software updates to "create a monopoly" of replacement printer ink cartridges, a lawsuit filed against the company on 5 January claims.

HP will have to face the music
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Court case over devices wouldn't scan or fax when low on ink will go ahead

HP all-in-one printer owners, upset that their devices wouldn't scan or fax when low on ink, were handed a partial win in a northern California court late last week after a judge denied HP's motion to dismiss their suit.

HP revenues fall
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31 May 2023

HP revenues fall

Blames a bad case of headwinds

HP has recorded a drop in revenue of 21.7 per cent  year-on-year and 6.7 per cent compared with the previous quarter as consumers and businesses seek to spend less on refreshing hardware such as business laptops.

Expensive printer ink maker is fast becoming the Ivan the Terrible of hardware
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HP sinks to new lows with greenwashing efforts

Maker of expensive printer ink HP has constantly been flogging its products slightly on the dark side of the force, however lately it has been reaching new lows, which should be starting to attract the interest of regulators.

India spends $2.1 billion to lure laptop makers
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You don't need China 

India has put $2.1 billion on the table to attract makers of laptops, tablets and other hardware to the South Asian nation as companies look to diversify supply chains beyond China.

Lynch off to face US court
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Faces 17 charges for what might have been HP's mess

UK Mike Lynch has been extradited to the United States to face criminal charges over Hewlett Packard's $11 billion acquisition of his software company.

Mike Lynch loses extradition case
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Likely he will have to gp to US to face trial 

Mike Lynch, the tech entrepreneur has lost an appeal against extradition to the US to answer criminal fraud charges.

Writer complains his HP printer is shaking him down for cash
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It is worse than a loan shark

Atlantic writer  Charlie Warzel has complained that their HP OfficeJet Pro is shaking him down like a loan shark.