Top three will hold 80 per cent of the market
The top three global PC makers will control 80 per cent of the market as companies are forced to consolidate, warned tin box shifter Michael Dell.
Unificaton is very precise
Germany appears to be jolly interested in unification again and are fast becoming the blue-eyed poster boys for two-in-one computers.
Seven new destops, laptops and tablets
Lenovo announced seven new desktops, laptops and tablets across its ideacentre and ideapad sub-brands.
Nothing is sacred anymore, as ThinkPad changes colour.
Laptops synonimous with business are shyly changing with the times. The biggest new feature of ThinkPad Yoga is that you can have it in a colour other than black.
When we were Phab
Lenovo Phab plus has been officially launched in China. The phone is available from China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom, but is not clear if it will be available globally.
Blame China syndrome
Prices of IT is starting to rise in China response to the stock market crash and currency flunctuations
Mobile shake up
Lenovo has decided to bolster its Motorolla brand and place its own smartphone doings under its control.
Android fork goes international
Lenovo's new ZUK brand will use the Cyanogen OS and the gear will be seen outside of China.
Even if you do a fresh install
Lenovo is in hot water for reinstalling the company's bloatware on Lenovo laptops, even if customers have completed a fresh install of Windows.
The new ThinkPad P50 and P70
While Intel has just unveiled the upcoming Xeon E3-1500M v5 CPUs for notebooks, Lenovo has unveiled two new mobile workstations that will be based on those same chips, the ThinkPad P50 and the ThinkPad P70.