Category: Handphone

HP Releases Annual Sustainable Impact Report

PALO ALTO, Calif., June 24, 2020 — HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) today released its 2019 Sustainable Impact Report, highlighting the progress the company is making to drive greater diversity and inclusion, reduce its environmental footprint, and strengthen communities around the world.

As part of these commitments, HP announced a new goal to double the number of Black and African American executives inside the company by 2025.

HP also announced a new goal to eliminate 75 percent of single-use plastic packaging by 2025, supporting the company’s efforts to drive a low-carbon, circular economy.

Efforts to make a sustainable impact on

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The future smartphones of 2021

(Pocket-lint) – With the pace of smartphone evolution moving so fast, there’s always something waiting in the wings. No sooner have you spied the latest handset, that there’s anticipation for the next big thing.

Here we look at those phones that haven’t yet launched, the upcoming phones for 2021. We’ll be updating this list on a regular basis, with those device rumours we think are credible and exciting.

As for already-launched handsets, we’ve rounded up the best smartphones for 2021 elsewhere – those we consider to be the best across all platforms. If your budget is a little smaller, there

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HP channel partners to see new program in spring 2020

HP Inc. plans to revamp the HP Partner First Program this spring to reflect extensive transformation underway at the company.

The updated HP channel partner program, which is slated to launch in or around May, will formalize changes in HP’s focus on outcome- and data-driven customer strategies, according to HP chief commercial officer Christoph Schell. More than 80% of the company’s revenue is derived from HP channel partners.

The new partner program comes as HP is fighting off a takeover attempt by rival Xerox.

“There is a lot of noise about HP right now in the marketplace,” Schell

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L.A. County suspends some parking fines amid COVID-19 spike

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will temporarily stop enforcing street-sweeping parking restrictions as residents are again being urged to stay home amid an unprecedented coronavirus surge.

Along with street sweeping, officials announced that vehicles with expired registration also will not be cited for the time being, though they did not say how long the relaxation would last.

The department’s decision applies to unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. Individual cities can set their own rules, though, and street-sweeping enforcement is continuing in the city of Los Angeles and elsewhere.

“The recent stay-at-home order issued in early December brought to

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HP unveils new Envy laptops and 2-in-1s with Ice Lake and Ryzen chips

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