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HP Inc results beat estimates, raises 2018 profit forecast
HP Inc (HPQ.N) reported first-quarter revenue and profit on Thursday above Wall Street estimates as it sold more personal computers and printers, helping the company raise its full-year profit forecast. (Fonte: Reuters)

Kenya won’t force a spin-off of the world’s leading mobile money service after all
Almost exactly a year ago, a report from an independent consultant to Kenya’s telecoms regulator, sparked uproar and panic. It recommended the government look into breaking up the dominant mobile operator Safaricom by spinning off the even more dominant mobile money service, M-Pesa. Now, the global consulting firm that made that controversial recommendation seems to have changed its mind and it’s not entirely clear why. (Fonte: Quartz)

What to expect from Mobile World Congress 2018
Mobile World Congress  — the biggest mobile industry event of the year — starts on Feb. 26 in Barcelona, and that means we’ll see a lot of new Androids. The good ones.” (Fonte: Mashable)

MyBagCheck lets you drop off your bags anywhere
MyBagCheck is a clever system that ensures you’ll be able to spend those extra few hours in a foreign city without having to lug around 50 pounds of Samsonite. The founder, Micah B. Lewis, created the app to allow people who have bags to get those bags picked up and stored during the day, something every traveler would love. (Fonte: TechCrunch)


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