Lenovo aims at the high end
Published in Mobiles


Because no one has thought of that


After Lenovo received a kicking off of its position of the world's third largest mobile phone maker following its acquisition of Motorola three years ago, it is hoping that getting into the high end will save its bacon.

Lenovo back to black for the PC
Published in Notebooks


PC is strong and stable 

The world's largest PC maker, Lenovo has returned to profit in a year when its PC shipments fell at a slower rate than everyone else.

Huawei expands into PCs
Published in Notebooks


Huawei sees something that others don't

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is planning a global expansion into computers.

Lenovo releases new laptop family
Published in Notebooks


The All-New IdeaPads


Lenovo has released a new family of six IdeaPads – the 720, 520, and 320 and IdeaPad 720S, 520S and 320S with the S standing for slim.

Lenovo unveils new ARM-powered Chromebook
Published in Notebooks


The Lenovo Flex 11 with quad-core SoC

Lenovo has unveiled its vision of an ARM-powered and affordable Chromebook, the Lenovo Flex 11, which will pack a quad-core SoC in an 11.6-inch notebook with some rather features.

Worldwide PC shipments fall below 63 million units
Published in News


Looks like limbo bar can go lower

Beancounters at Gartner Group have said that worldwide PC shipments totaled 62.2 million units in the first quarter of 2017, a 2.4 percent decline from the first quarter of 2016. The first quarter of 2017 was the first time since 2007 that the PC market experienced shipments below 63 million units in a quarter.

Moto goes blue
Published in Mobiles
03 April 2017

Moto goes blue


Da ba dee da ba daa, da ba dee da ba daa, da ba dee da ba daa 

Lenovo Moto has unveiled a stunning Sapphire Blue variant of the fifth generation Moto G smartphone, which is now available exclusively from O2, in store and online.

Manufacturers embellish truth about battery life
Published in Notebooks


Which? calls them out


Consumer outfit Which? claims that manufacturers are not telling the truth when it comes to claims about battery life.

PC makers hike prices
Published in Notebooks


Components getting pricey


PC vendors are jacking up their prices as part costs, including display panels, DRAM, SSDs, Li batteries are getting more expensive.

Notebook sales only dropped 1.2 percent in the last quarter
Published in News


Not as bad as expected


Beancounters at Digitimes Research have added up some numbers and divided by their shoesize and reacted the conclusion that worldwide notebook shipments (not including 2-in-1 devices) dropped only 1.2 percent.