There is good news in the fall of the once-giant phone maker, however.
Lenovo had two big choices after releasing its troubled IdeaPad Yoga last year: Refine, or give up.
ThinkPad fans, it’s your lucky day.
A strong first quarter for Lenovo also revealed an interesting shift for the company.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, however, was philosophical.
“In the arc of time, China is a huge opportunity. I don’t get discouraged over a 90-day cycle.”
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Lenovo continues to buckle industry trends by increasing its PC sales.
The tabletop computer is a growing category.
PC shipments fell off the proverbial cliff in the first quarter of 2013, according to IDC, with their biggest drop ever in recorded history.
Perhaps because the marriage between ThinkPad and BlackBerry seems so natural, another Lenovo executive is hinting that the company would be open to purchasing the beleaguered smartphone company.
American business magnate Carl Icahn has signed a confidentiality agreement to review Dell’s books and further evaluate the bid for a $24 billion leveraged buyout to take the company private.
China is a top strategic market for Apple. But Samsung claimed the country’s smartphone title in 2012 for the first time, according to new data released over the weekend.
Is Lenovo immune to the PC market slowdown? PC shipments of 14.1 million say that’s the case.
Could Lenovo be the suitor that RIM has been desperately searching for? It sure looks that way.
Not content to let Asus and Samsung have all the fun, Lenovo this morning announced a Chromebook laptop of its own for education buyers.
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Lenovo has introduced a sleek new smartphone, the IdeaPhone K900 — one of the first phones to run Intel’s new 2-GHz dual-core Atom processor.
Marvell’s ARM-based Armada chips are used in the Lenovo TV and the Netgear NeoTV Prime with Google TV.
Bluestacks’ Android app player will now be pre-installed on Lenovo’s Idea-branded PCs, covering around 40 million systems.
Lenovo has introduced the delicious looking ThinkPad Helix laptop/tablet hybrid, with an 11.6-inch tablet that can be attached to a comfy keyboard.
Lenovo tries to jumpstart a new kind of gaming in the home with a giant tabletop PC.
Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga shows just how good — and bad –the Windows 8 experience can be.
Lenovo is still thriving, even as the larger PC market stumbles.
According the most recent numbers from Gartner, Lenovo has inched past HP to control the highest stake of the PC market.
Lenovo product president Peter Hortensius says Lenovo’s latest convertible tablets aren’t direct competitors to Microsoft’s surface tablet. Whether that’s true remains to be seen.
With its convertible Ultrabooks, Lenovo is making a compelling case for why the future of mobile is in flexibility.
These tablets all run full PC applications. That’s because they all have Intel processors and Windows 8.
At an event in San Francisco next week, Intel will show off the latest crop of Windows 8 devices running on its chips.
Lenovo shows off a series of laptops and desktops for Windows 8
The Windows 7 laptops are upgradeable to Microsoft’s new Windows 8 operating system (coming Oct. 26), and they’re targeted at consumers who want affordable thin and light computers.
According to Lenovo $300 will be the magic number for Windows RT tablets this fall.
Sales in China and emerging markets brought Lenovo closer to its goal of overtaking HP in PC marketshare during the first quarter. And its bottom line did well too.
Selling more than seven out of ten in a market where the the cheapest retina iPad costs easily 10 percent of an average worker’s annual salary is unbelievable.
Lenovo showed off its latest Android tablet, the IdeaPad S2109, in a teaser video today.
Intel has been the underdog in mobile phone chips for the past decade, but it’s finally making its move. The company is announcing today that mobile network operator Orange will use Intel’s chips in a new exclusive smartphone for customers in the United Kingdom and France.