"HP upgrades Stream laptops to take on Chromebooks" Tech Central 8:10 AM
"HP's affordable Stream laptops get updated with faster Wi-Fi and colorful shells" TechShout 8:10 AM
"HP offers Stream 14, a budget laptop for under Rs 15,000" The Asian Age 8:09 AM
"HP Elite x3 ads, Workspace app pop up to 'reinvent mobility'" SlashGear 8:09 AM
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"U.S. stocks post modest weekly gains; Nasdaq hits record: Weak data on retail sales, wholesale prices weigh on the benchmarks" MarketWatch 4:02 PM
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"Asian stocks come out strong after record day for U.S. indexes: Stocks rose sharply across the board in Asia on Friday, catching an updraft from record highs in the U.S. that offset disappointing economic news from China." MarketWatch 9:34 AM
"European stocks finish lower after lackluster U.S. retail data: European stocks ended a choppy session in the red on Friday after weaker-than-expected U.S. retail sales cast doubt on the health of the world's largest economy." MarketWatch 11:36 AM
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