Channel Pro
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facebook twitter google+ Notebooks grew by 17%, although desktop sales were down HP has surprised the industry by announcing its revenues have increased by 7% in the second quarter of 2017, reaching $12.4 billion9.66 billion). The two areas of biggest growth were PC revenues, up 10% year-on-year to $7.6 billion5.92 billion), while printers also accounted for a chunk of the company's success, growing 2% compared to the same time in 2016 up to $4.7 billion3.66 billion). Notebooks did patricularly well, with revenues increasing by 17%, although desktop revenues dipped by 1%. The company said this is the first time both PCs and printers have grown in the same quarter since 2010. Usually, only one or the other experiences growth at such impressive levels, analyst house TechMarketReview explained. "This was a breakthrough quarter for HP, and marks the first time both Personal Systems and Print have grown in the same quarter since 2010.
Cotswold Journal
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South China Morning Post
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Alessandro Sartori, Ermenegildo Zegnas new artistic director is showing us around the labels fabric mills in Trivero, where we see a beautiful fine navy wool fabric being created live for Robert De Niro, Zegnas new campaign figure. His name is woven into the end of the fabric roll. Today is the moment to unite the style of the house in one consistent message. Starting from the collection and design, it was really important to recreate a strong Zegna statement,...
Mashable
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Bournemouth Daily Echo
an hour
A MAN was arrested on suspicion of murder after the body of a woman was found unresponsive in a garden pond at a house in Tuckton.
PressTV News
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The Philippine government has called on terrorists occupying the southern city of Marawi to surrender as army helicopter gunships pound their positions. Authorities say the terrorists must surrender to protect the lives of some two-thousand civilians trapped in the city. More than 100 people have been confirmed killed in the fighting. The government also said precision airstrikes are being carried out against the Abu Sayyaf terrorists. The army is currently advancing on the Daesh-linked terroristspositions on the ground. The offensive left a number of terrorists dead. The army is leading a house-to-house search to find the armed men. It says 70 percent of Marawi is now cleared. The clashes began on May 23 when the militant group raided the city and beheaded a police chief. Tens of thousands of people have fled Marawi ever since. Watch Live: http://www.
PressTV News
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The Philippine government has called on terrorists occupying the southern city of Marawi to surrender as army helicopter gunships pound their positions. Authorities say the terrorists must surrender to protect the lives of some two-thousand civilians trapped in the city. More than 100 people have been confirmed killed in the fighting. The government also said precision airstrikes are being carried out against the Abu Sayyaf terrorists. The army is currently advancing on the Daesh-linked terroristspositions on the ground. The offensive left a number of terrorists dead. The army is leading a house-to-house search to find the armed men. It says 70 percent of Marawi is now cleared. The clashes began on May 23 when the militant group raided the city and beheaded a police chief. Tens of thousands of people have fled Marawi ever since. Watch Live: http://www.
Plymouth Herald
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Watch above: Timelapse footage of hulk being removed by Barry Harding Going...going...gone. Nearly a month ago work began to remove a rotting trawler linked to a man's high profile death out of the water at Sutton Harbour. It has been a long and complicated process, but now the unstable hulk has finally been removed. The last section of the boat was lifted out of the harbour by a crane and onto the Sugar House site, before it is removed properly by sea. It has taken about four...
BBC Parliament
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it's going to scrap them. As she said this risks or the costs and benefits of attracting people from Bristol could have an impact on house prices and there is a need to support local young people onto the housing ladder here, especially given Wales had the largest cuts in affordable housing budgets after devolution in the UK. She referred to another U-turn but to my mind its strong leaders who.
BBC Parliament
an hour
mid-Wales and north as well. If I could draw his attention back to south-west Wales, tolls need to be got rid of on the Severn bridge but there is a real issue, as we heard from the member from new Perth west with -- Newport west, with house prices and what is going on in Bristol and the greater south-west area, that actually wealth in your ark of prosperity end up travelling out of Wales and.
CNN
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PC Pro
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According to the marque, the car gets its name from the swept-tail design of Rolls-Royce cars from the 20’s and 30’s, and it has styling cues from other places, too. A large panoramic glass roof echoes similar structures seen on luxury yachts, while the striking grille at the front also harks back to, well, pretty much every Rolls Royce ever. The idea of this car first began in 2013, and since then both the client and Rolls Royce have worked together to create the Sweptail. Giles Taylor, Director of Design at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars said: “It is a Rolls-Royce designed and hand-tailored to fit a specific customer. [gallery:3] “This customer came to the House of Rolls-Royce with an idea, shared in the creative process where we advised him on his cloth, and then we tailored that cloth to him. You might say we cut the cloth for the suit of clothes that he will be judged by.
BBC News 24
an hour
are finding that they are having to sell their house, many people are having to sell their house to pay those care bills and many find that they're not able to leave money to their families. Now, I want to take those risks away and that's what the proposals I've put forward are about. It's about ensuring that nobody is going to have to sell their house to pay for care in their lifetime
BBC Radio Wales
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standard picture on the political landscape know when you are just makes a good TV doesn't it so you just say thank you very much for your time this morning Laura Emily 10 political style blog and Tom Davis from news Direct Wales thank you for that the program up against spring watch last night's strictly problems and our house is Springwatch to watch on video tape when I get home some videotapes I have no we're going to talk about some matters relating to Birds now as we go back to the hay festival um and specifically the incredible stories of seabirds today the nature writer Adam Nicholson will be talking about his new book the seabirds cry and he joined us now from hey good morning Adam good morning um plenty of birds out there are the birds are available as they say so wifey bird.
BBC Radio Scotland
2 hours
is the house near the sea to the seats at all I mean that's the same that you've got it the same at the same accommodation in impact the British Airways seat so I'll be there or are there small room that the number George of the low-cost Airlines at Asda catering what that's a matter of opinion these are short flights maybe they can they can do a way that they got to be carefully think at this strategy pets full for 1 hour flight this is what happens in the US for 1 hour played it there's nothing and then go and please as you go further your you get more in the way of food we're talking about it is the quality airline is the United Kingdom's Minehead flag carrier it's got to set good standards and it's got to be seen to be sending goods down as otherwise people won't plan it very briefly Malcolm if you can be a boy sonic screw.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
I record the net profit of 1.3 16 and billion years for 2017 and passenger numbers are up 13% sterling House lit by about 16% against the dollar since last June and that means two tickets for the airline cells and sterling I work less in euros to the currency in which different reports it's earnings of only taking a last look it up the markets this morning if it's been opened on 48.74 and £99 is worth $1.28 and €1.15 and I make sure you're awake Italy six pence so much Sarah thanks very much indeed to ok well did you hear the last night were talking of course about the St Patrick's junior Choir from drumgreenagh 39 pupils sang the little heart side in the first semi-final of Britain's Got Talent however it wasn't all plain sailing for the junior musical Maestros because there is a technical heads at the very start of the performance.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
usual delays on the M1 from junction 7 at Sprucefield suppose you there a trick to Junction One at Broadway and if you're heading into town on the M6 are summarised Bellevue Bridge rate 32 Nelson Street to snow on the Sydenham bypass in both directions at the moment it's also very busy on the Malone Road in Belfast into town from the house of Sport thanks very much alone server joins an hour with a look at what's happening in the business world morning might guess Belfast based digital technology company pianos has posted a pre-tax profit of 14.3 million points on your results released this morning also booster turnover of 84 million kilos is it on the New York Stock Market in 2015 but today's report shows earnings per share exceeding 10% to 9 and a half pence after impressive results in 2016 CEO Brendan minutes outside.
BBC Radio Ulster
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grand thanks very much indeed the time now is 8:36 p.m. question to the deaths of 10 Protestant workmen murdered by the IRA in 1976 has been continuing in Belfast over the past fortnight little resume tomorrow the man was shot dead at kingsmills in one of the most notorious mass shootings of The Troubles and Philip Bradfield of the newsletter has been covering the inquest full of good morning good morning. What are the main points that have emerged so far from the film the first one is that the PSNI itself house for the first time giving an assessment of the IRA was responsible at the time of the attack was claimed in the name of the Cybermen Republican action force and nobody has ever been prosecuted for the attack.
BBC Radio Wales
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how safe is it to snow good weather for getting out of bed at all actually yes we do have a mild and cloudy start for Wales a week with a front bringing some patchy Raynes best way to Gwynedd and Anglesey through the day of a cloud with thin and brittle out some brightness but also the risk of the odd shower this morning see you a shower this afternoon so if you are going to the hay festival all the Year period ice tedford in Pencoed it's just a drive on Match of the Day but I just a few isolated showers eyes of 19 Celsius 66 Fahrenheit it should be a dry night for Wales of Cooler conditions for Mid and North Wales for the South still in the mug house and miss them work for me tomorrow once that lives with you look forward to a lot of dry and bright weather for in water the sunshine as of 20 Celsius at 68 farenheit thanks very much banners 8:35 now and we've been trailing it when it had to a BBC Wales election debate taking place.
BBC Radio Wales
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super special so similar to what we are such a and b s in mythology was talking about more than £17,000 of Huddersfield is coming into season tickets for next year 199 pounds and in fact if they've been following of the last 9 years only pay £100 for a Premier League season ticket is not amazing today Wales under 20 sides that they can pay in the Toulon tournament if I house France 6:30 Our Time Glamorgan of want to County Championship cricket match for the first time this season quite a friend.
Open Culture
2 hours
In 1992, Richard Linklater faced one of the most formidable challenges in the life of any successful filmmaker: following up on his breakthrough. The previous year he'd become an art-house star with Slacker , an examination of the various lives aimlessly but amusingly lived at the Generation-X periphery of Austin, Texas, a film whose deliberately wandering form perfectly matched its substance. That got him enough of a profile to command the relatively huge budget of $8 million (versus Slacker 's $23,000) to make Dazed and Confused , the story of a bunch of Austin teenagers on the last day of high school in 1976. While the movie hardly turned blockbuster, it did help solidify Linklater's place among the American auteurs — and almost accidentally launched the career of one of today's biggest movie stars. Matthew McConaughey stole Dazed and Confused ' s show, as many critics and fans saw it, as David Wooderson, an early-twentysomething who still prefers the company of high-schoolers.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
2 hours
A MAN was arrested on suspicion of murder after the body of a woman was found unresponsive in a garden pond at a house in Tuckton.
Derby Telegraph
2 hours
Neighbours have described a very private woman who stayed indoors all the time recently moving into a Derby house which is now at the centre of a murder probe.Police said they arrested a 35-year-old man called Ataul Mustafa after they were called to a domestic-related incident at 9.50pm on Saturday night at a house in Normanton.Officers revealed they arrested the man after discovering a woman's body at the house in Pear Tree Crescent but did not...
BBC News 24
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Cockling was once a way of life for Neil, not any more. These are too small. Something is stopping the cockles from reaching maturity here. He once earned £7,000 in a month. Today he's lucky to get £700. You nearly lost your house? Twice. I know two or three of the boys that have lost their homes