Lenovo announced the Tab S8, a bargain-priced tablet with an Intel Atom processor.
VMware used third-party benchmarks to claim that vCHS is less expensive than Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure. But really, what would you expect them to show?
Lenovo teased a six-inch smartphone with high-end specs on its English language Google+ page. Could this be the first Lenovo-branded smartphone to be widely distributed in the United States?
Yang Yuanqing said he expects Lenovo’s acquisition of IBM’s server business (and Google’s Mobility Unit) to be finalized this year.
Motorola announced on Friday it will close its Fort Worth, Texas manufacturing plant by the end of the year. The factory opened in September 2013.
The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e may not officially be Chrome OS tablet but it’s darn close. The screen of the $349 Chromeook folds back 360-degrees for tablet mode using the Chrome OS software keyboard.
The layoffs that started in India and Europe are now coming stateside. IBM admits to rebalancing its workforce but won’t confirm numbers or units affected.
Motorola leaving the protective wings of Google was a bombshell this week. What does it mean for Moto phones of the future? And might Lenovo now get a chance to be a Nexus phone maker? Perhaps; for now, a red Nexus 5 seems certain.
Did Lenovo make a good deal in spending $2.91 billion on Motorola Mobility? Perhaps the financials don’t look good yet but add together smartphone sales of Lenovo and Motorola and you get the new no. 3 smartphone vendor in the world.
Amazon Web Services has dealt IBM blows in a couple important ways. Now Big Blue has to get down to fighting weight.