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  • IBM Lenovo sale at risk

    Approval of the deal was expected to be automatic; after all, Lenovo has been selling old IBM PCs to US government for ages with no problems.
  • Intel finally loses battle to avoid AMD fine

    The Commission previously found that Intel had violated the EU's Antitrust Regulation by granting rebates to companies, including Dell, HP, and Lenovo, for acquiring all or nearly all of their chips from Intel.
  • Microsoft promises cheaper Windows phones

    These are Nokia, Samsung, HTC, Huawei, Foxconn, Gionee, Lava (Xolo), Lenovo, LG, Longcheer, JSR, Karbonn and ZTE.
  • Google wants Divide to conquer

    Motorola had bought a similar company, 3LM, but it's not yet clear if that will stay or go with the larger team moving to Lenovo.
  • Lenovo grows like topsy

    Buyer of IBM knock-offs, Lenovo has been doing well at making what Big Blue could not make work, extremely profitable.
  • Tablet sales flatten

    Apple suffered the most dropping from 40 percent to under 33 percent of the total market share. Second was Samsung, which went from 18 percent to 22 percent. Lenovo also jumped, but was still fourth behind Asus that saw a drop of almost three percent.
  • Apple iPad sales plummet

    The quarter was particularly good for Lenovo as it managed to raise its PC market share from 10 percent to 12 percent, shipping around 15 million units worldwide.
  • Lenovo polishes the Chrome

    The maker of the Stinkpad, Lenovo has thrown its considerable weight behind Google's Chromebook plans and announced it is putting a few of its own into the shops.
  • Lenovo shows off Windows Tablet

    Chinese maker of the Thinkpad, Lenovo has leaked details of a large tablet based around Microsoft’s latest version of Windows on its Aussie site.
  • ZTE sees boom in 4G phones

    The company is lagging behind Huawei and Lenovo Group Ltd, which are respectively the number three and five in the world by smartphone shipments.
  • Lenovo at centre of anti-IBM propaganda war

    Lenovo trenches have been scattered with propaganda leaflets saying that the outfit’s late acquisition of IBM’s server business will not save it from the grand army of HP.
  • Google set to kill off Nexus 7

    However it is odd that when Chipzilla made announcements about who was going to be using the new chip it failed to mention Google. Instead it talked about "multiyear agreements with Lenovo, Asus, Dell and Foxconn," to "to expand the availability of tablets and smartphones with Intel Atom processors
  • Lenovo explains its server buy

    The Chinese maker of IBM cast-offs, Lenovo has been explaining why it thinks that Biggish Blue's server business could make it shedloads of cash.
  • Google buys shedloads of Lenovo

    Search engine Google appears to have a cunning plan in regards to the Chinese manufacturer Lenovo.
  • Lenovo shareholders don't like its "buy everything" plan

    While Lenovo seems to be buying every tech company in the world this week, it seems that its shareholders are not happy bunnies.
  • Google gives up on Motorola

    The search engine Google has decided that it has sucked all the marrow out of Motorola Mobility and what is left is too much of a liability and it has sold it to Lenovo.
  • Apple's sultan of spin gets his knickers in a twist

    Schiller started to tell the Tame Apple Press that Jobs' Mob was the only PC maker from the early days who still made PCs. After all IBM had sold its PC business to Lenovo and Microsoft had not bothered for a while.
  • Lenovo gets the rest of IBM's X86 hardware

    As we expected Lenovo has managed to buy IBM's low-end server business for $2.3 billion.

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