Lenovo is planning to design chips for its smartphones and tablets, according to an EETimes report. Does that mean Lenovo will compete with Intel and ARM in the mobile market?
Intel’s second bite at the smartphone market has been more akin to a gentle nibbling around the edges. At the end of last year the chipmaker teased a smartphone reference design running its Medfield x86 Atom SoC.
While overall PC market shipments are falling, Lenovo's PC sales continue to grow. Plus the Lenovo Helix tablet-notebook and Chromebook are coming soon. That's the key Lenovo message at Tech Data Channel Link.
Lenovo G550 is a mid end notebook powered by Intel Pentium T4300 2.1 GHz. Slightly its just like an ordinary notebook, the design is old fashioned.The Lenovo G550 is an update to the Value Line G530 with the primary difference being the shift from a 16:10 to a 16:9 screen.
Intel looks as if it’s finally getting its act together in the smartphone market. The chipmaker can now point to six phones that have launched this year with its Atom x86 Medfield chips inside, including — most recently — a partnership with Google-owned Motorola for a European handset, the Razr i.
Lenovo: Tablets will save Windows 8 but ultrabooks nevertheless want work Lenovo is counting on Windows 8 tablets and a more evolved ultrabook for the future of PCs, even though the firm isn't convinced that ultraportables are at a stage where they can sufficiently compete nowadays. “The ultrabook is the proper direction” ThinkPad … Read [...]
Lenovo has always been on the edge of innovation in the PC market, so it should come as no surprise that Lenovo and SugarSync are working together to build out Lenovo Cloud Storage. Shipping on PCs and tablets, the new cloud technology is designed to a Dropbox of sorts for all things Lenovo and then some.
Canalys just published its final mobile phone shipment estimates, which show that although Samsung is still on top of the global smart phone market, three Chinese manufacturers-Huawei, ZTE and Lenovo-all climbed into the top five for the first time, thanks to domestic success as well as sales in overseas markets.
Huawei took third place, which isn’t a surprise if you recollect IDC’s Q4