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  1. Lenovo has showcased the first prototype of its upcoming Google Glass competitor, which is dubbed C1. The Chinese company is hoping to attract developers’ attention before it officially unveils its wearable. Lenovo wants its smart glasses to be the central hub of connected homes or offices of tomorrow. Similar to Google Glass, the C1 has a front facing camera and a prism display in its build. The battery is contained within a section that is worn around the neck Along with the project C1, the company’s vision also includes a new platform called NBD, with which, it wants to bring som
  2. Lenovo showcased its new flagship -- the K920 -- at an event in China some month and a half ago, and it appears that the company is gearing for an actually release very soon -- on August 5th. The K920 is Lenovo's most impressive flagship yet, and it's literally filled to the brim with bleeding edge hardware that will leave nobody wanting. We're talking a 6-inch, Quad HD (1440 x 2560) IPS display by Japan's JDI, apparently capable of brightness levels of up to 630 nits, an LTE-enabled quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, and 3GB of RAM. There's also a 16-megapixel camera with optical image sta
  3. BlackBerry rejected approaches from Apple, Microsoft, Lenovo and others to break up the ailing Canadian company and split its assets, insiders claim, with the firm’s patent portfolio apparently of particular interest. Both Microsoft and Apple were eager to acquire BlackBerry’s wireless patents, sources told Reuters, but the firm’s board decided a piecemeal sell-off was not in the interest of all stakeholders. Those stakeholders considered were not only shareholders in BlackBerry, the insiders say, but customers, suppliers, and regular employees. Different companies – also including Ci
  4. Hello Friends, :hi: I am planning to buy a new laptop so please help me to choose good one. I have selected two models from Lenovo (almost identical). Never purchased a Lenovo product so I'm little worried too. :think: 1. Lenovo G580-59-358263 2. Lenovo G500-59-370358 CPU- i5 3G 3230 M GPU- Intel HD 4000 RAM- 4 GB DDR3 HDD- 500 GB Screen- 15.6 inch Battery- 6 cell PS: I do not play games even Mario. :P
  5. In a new interview with The Wall Street Journal, Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked for his thoughts on Google's pending sale of Motorola to Lenovo. "I wasn't surprised," Cook said, calling the deal "a logical transaction." Cook pointed out that Motorola was a financial disaster for Google — a point many others have raised as reason enough for a sale. But Apple's chief executive also took a shot at Mountain View, describing Motorola as something that Google wasn't "committed to." "I think it’s really hard to do hardware, software and services and to link all those things together," said Cook, rep
  6. Rajat Agrawal Thursday, January 30, 2014 - 15:00 IST Moments ago Lenovo signed an agreement to acquire Motorola for $2.91 billion from Google, which is selling it at a massive loss after buying Motorola for $12.5 billion less than two years ago. So what does this deal mean for all the three companies involved? Heres our take For Google: Motorolas acquisition was an expensive mistake for Google. At $12.5 billion it was Googles largest acquisition and Google had hoped that Motorolas patents would save it and its Android hardware partners, who were bombarded by patent infringement lawsuits by t
  7. On Wednesday night, Google announced it is selling off Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for just $2.91 billion, a couple of years after acquiring the business for $12.5 billion. On the surface it looks like a massive loss for Google, but after taking a deeper dive, this might actually be a great deal after all. Following the purchase of Motorola Mobility, Google sold Motorola Home to Arris for $2.35 billion, cutting the purchase price down to roughly $10 billion. Motorola also had $3 billion in cash on its book that got directly transferred to Google, so it really becomes a $7.15 billion purchase
  8. By Marcus YamJanuary 29, 2014 3:12 PM Lenovo looks to go up against Samsung for the lion's share of the Android smartphone market. Lenovo has announced a $2.91 billion deal to acquire Motorola Mobility from Google. Motorola's handset business was sold to Google in 2012 for $12.5 billion, but hasn't made any money for the search giant. Google said that it purchased Motorola Mobility for its patents, most of which aren't included in the sale to Lenovo. Instead, Lenovo will receive a license to the portfolio of patents and other intellectual property. On the surface, Lenovo getting Motorola for l
  9. January 29, 2014, 3:56 PM PST One of the more interesting factoids if you are thinking about the upgraded role of Lenovo in the U.S. smartphone market going forward after it bought Motorola Mobility today is that Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang is an observer on its board. While he does not have any voting rights as a director, apparently due to issues related the Hong Kong stock exchange, Yang did land the now high-profile cross-cultural gig that also earns him up to $200,000 a year in cash and stock about a year ago. And sources said he was quite involved in helping the company think through i
  10. Lenovo, the company that has just announced it will acquire Motorola from Google, might be the one to make a Nexus device in the future, and that device might be one of the last gadgets in the Nexus family. The information comes from well-connected Russian blogger Eldar Murtazin, who has earlier predicted that Google will kill its Nexus line after one final run of devices to be released in 2014. The blogger further foresees the Nexus series to get replaced by Google Play edition devices. “Lenovo will launch one of the last Nexus product, volume will be huge and it will be focused on US market,
  11. By Surur January 29, 2014 In an interesting twist of fate, as Microsoft prepares to absorb Nokias handset division, Google has just confirmed it has sold Motorola, which it purchased in 2012 for $12.5 billion, for only $2.9 billion to Lenovo. In a statement, Google CEO Larry Page said the move will allow Google to put its focus back on the broader Android effort. Lenovo has the expertise and track record to scale Motorola Mobility into a major player within the Android ecosystem, page said. This move will enable Google to devote our energy to driving innovation across the Android ecosyst
  12. Google is selling Motorola Mobility to Lenovo, giving the Chinese smartphone manufacturer a major presence in the US market. Lenovo will buy Motorola for $2.91 billion in a mixture of cash and stock. Google will retain ownership of the vast majority of Motorola's patents, while 2,000 patents and a license on the remaining patents will go to Lenovo. Lenovo will pay Google $660 million in cash, $750 million in stock, with the remaining $1.5 billion paid out over the next three years. "Lenovo has the expertise and track record to scale Motorola Mobility into a major player within the Android ecos
  13. BEIJING Thu Jan 23, 2014 6:03am EST Boxes containing Lenovo desktop computers are seen in an office in Kiev March 12, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Gleb Garanich (Reuters) - Lenovo Group Ltd, the world's largest PC maker, agreed to buy IBM Corp's low-end server business in a long-awaited deal valued at about $2.3 billion, the biggest-ever tech acquisition by a Chinese company. Lenovo will pay $2.07 billion in cash and the rest with stock of the Beijing-based PC maker, the company said in a statement to the Hong Kong exchange on Thursday. The deal surpasses Baidu Inc's acquisition of 91 Wireless fr
  14. Lenovo is unleashing a ton of news right now ahead of the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, and it just unveiled the ThinkPad Z1 Carbon laptop and the ThinkPad 8 tablet, two of its new business class machines. The ThinkPad Z1 Carbon will be a star of the show at CES 2014, Lenovo told TechnoBuffalo, and were certainly excited to check it out. The notebook is equipped with a fourth generation Intel Core i7 processor, Windows 8.1, a 14-inch screen with either a 1600 x 900-pixel resolution or a 2560 x 1440-pixel resolution, up to 8GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, stereo speakers, two USB 3.0 ports, a full-s
  15. Lenovo has rolled out the red carpet for its ThinkPad X1 Carbon, an offering it says is the thinnest 14-inch ultrabook available. Saying it is a "beautiful contradition," the X1 Carbon is designed to be nearly indestructible, and yet is very thin and weighs only 2.8 pounds. As the name suggests, the laptop is constructed from carbon fiber, making it both lighter and stronger than aluminum and magnesium. With the X1 Carbon come a variety of features, including an adaptive keyboard that adjusts itself based on system usage. There's built-in gesture control and voice control, as well as supp
  16. CES is now underway and one of the first announcements to be made comes from Lenovo -- in fact, there is more than one announcement. The latest additions to the company's product line are the Miix 2 10 and Miix 2 11, both of which are tablets that convert into a laptop with the help of a docking keyboard that doubles as a protective cover. As you've probably guessed from the name, the Miix 2 10 is a 10.1" device, and it weighs in at just 1.3lb. Inside the case you'll find a quad-core Intel Atom processor, 2GB of LP-DDR3 RAM and p to 128GB of internal eMMC storage. There's also a Micro-USB po
  17. LenovoEMC has revealed its latest high-performance NAS, a four-bay backup and media-streaming center targeted at prosumers and small offices. The LenovoEMC px4-400d can store up to 16TB spread across four drives, and runs up to 25-percent faster than its predecessor, the company claims, thanks to a switch to Intel's new 2.13GHz Atom D2701 dualcore processor and 2GB of memory. It also includes a new batch of ports, including USB 3.0, for easier expansion. In fact, there are four USB 2.0 ports, a single USB 3.0, and an eSATA for adding external drives. There's also an HDMI output for using the
  18. 1 of 2. The Huawei Ascend Mate2 4G mobile telephone with an Android operating system is displayed at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 8, 2014. Reuters) - LG Electronics executive Frank Lee bounded onto a Las Vegas stage this week to show off a new phone for the U.S. market, the 6-inch G-Flex, which boasts a curved screen. Two hours later, in another room at the same hotel, Huawei Technologies' Richard Yu unveiled the razor-thin Ascend Mate II, bragging it had a battery life of nearly two days. There was one key difference between the two product launches
  19. Motorola is now seeding the official Android 4.4 KitKat firmware update to the dual-SIM version of Moto G. It is available over the air and weighs about 230MB. Currently the update is seeding in Malaysia, but we expect other markets to get it very soon. Just as on the other Moto G versions, the update brings Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Project Svelte optimizations, new Dialer app, updated Hangouts with SMS/MMS support, updated Google Now and the latest version of Google's Photo gallery with Auto Awesome feature, if not installed already. The standard model of Motorola Moto G has
  20. HONG KONG Fri Feb 7, 2014 4:18am EST (Reuters) - Internet search company Google Inc will own a 5.94 percent stake in China's Lenovo Group Ltd worth $750 million once Lenovo's deal to buy Google's Motorola handset division closes, according to a disclosure on the Hong Kong stock exchange. Google would take 618.3 million Lenovo shares at $1.213 per share, the stock exchange said late on Thursday. Lenovo agreed to buy Google's Motorola handset division last week for $2.91 billion in a cash and stock deal. (This version of the story clarifies that Google will only own Lenovo stake once Motorol
  21. By Amy Schatz January 30, 2014, 4:04 PM PST Googles surprise announcement that it plans to sell its Motorola handset business to Lenovo, the Chinese technology company, now puts the spotlight on whether federal officials will agree the deal poses no national security concerns. Federal scrutiny of the deal is expected to be heightened because it involves the sale of telecommunications equipment assets to a company partially backed by the Chinese government. Similar deals have passed U.S. security reviews although not without some agreements by companies to modify them. Google and Lenovo of
  22. Only yesterday, we caught a glimpse of Motorola’s upcoming budget Moto E smartphone, which is expected to be showcased at a special event on 13th May. Now, we can take an even closer gander at the handset thank to a leaked press image, and having been impressed by what we saw a short while ago, our opinion on this forthcoming release hasn’t changed a jot. The lower quarters of the smartphone market are set for a major shake-up in the coming months. Only recently, chip maker ARM suggested that a handset would be arriving later this year that would finally hit the elusive $20 benchmark, redefini
  23. Lenovo A10 is the first laptop with android OS, i read about it here on http://www.techgreet.com/lenovo-a10-android-laptop/. I am gonna love it. What do you think about it?
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