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China's Lenovo Group Ltd, the world's biggest personal computer maker, is reinventing itself as a growing force in mobile devices and data storage servers to beat the slump in the PC market that is crippling less agile rivals. Lenovo said on Thursday
Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Sandy Springs-based AirWatch, a company that helps corporations manage their employees' mobile devices, has informed smartphone maker BlackBerry that it is interested in acquiring its services division,
Poor battery life is a problem most smartphones suffer from (even the high-end ones). Lenovo claims to have done something no one else has till now to tackle this problem. Let's find out whether the Lenovo P780 actually worth the buzz around it...
Apple Inc assembler Pegatron Corp reported a lower-than-expected third-quarter net profit of T$2.48 billion ($84.29 million) on Monday as order cutbacks for the cheaper iPhone 5C took a bite out of the Taipei-based contract manufacturer's bottom line.
The drama continues BlackBerry's management and board have done a great job destroying shareholder value in the last few years. Now, the Canadian government is reportedly playing a big part in short-changing BlackBerry shareholders. According to
Lenovo has announced the launch of IdeaPad Flex, a dual-mode notebook PC with 10 point multitouch. Powered by the Windows 8 operating system, the Lenovo IdeaPad Flex is a feature-rich laptop which can be flipped 300 degrees, the company said in a
It is already being used in operating theatres, thanks to the Leap Motion device using software from TedCas...Dr Jonny Walker can navigate his control panel in a sterile environment Dr Jonny Walker, interventional radiologist at the Hermitage Medical
I made the big switch my freshman year of college with my very first Macbook laptop. Girl, the Apple OSX user interface was smooth, easy and the organically seamless usability made the old clunkiness of my craptacular PC a worthwhile transition.
The Chinese personal-computer maker's outstanding results come amid lingering concerns about the PC industry's future. Despite some signs of recovery, traditional PC makers are still struggling to sell their desktop and laptop computers, AllThingsD
Apple Inc. has secured a place among the top five PC vendors in Europe as desktop sales continue to slide and hardware companies struggle to compete against Android tablets the iPad. Western Europe PC shipments fell to 11.9 million units during the