After finding hidden backdoors in hardware and firmware, intelligence companies around the world are banning Lenovo technology from their networks.
Motorola's CEO revealed that the first smartphone since Google took over will be the Moto X, along with key details of the device.
Lenovo Group Ltd. will introduce its first smartphones in Africa, with a release planned for Nigeria before the end of the year,
For the third year in a row, U.S.-based companies in China saw their profits decline. Why now?
China’s Lenovo Group said Jerry Yang, co-founder of Yahoo, will be an “observer” on its board of directors, although he won’t have a vote.
When Hewlett-Packard reports first-quarter results on Thursday, investors expect another decline. How much longer will revenue fall?
When Dell reports fourth-quarter results Tuesday, millions of customers might understand why Michael Dell wants a $24.4 billion buyout.
Tablets are already changing the PC sector, so Dell going private may not have much impact overall.
A late shipment of Windows 8, the decline in global PC sales and ho-hum demand for its Surface tablets is expected to weigh on results.
Intel showcased some recent additions to the Windows Store at CES 2013 that bring touch enabled media editing to Windows 8.
There are thousands of tech companies to watch, but how can one determine which will be the game-changers? Don't worry, here are a few.
With the launch of Windows 8 came a brand new breed of tablet/laptop hybrid devices. We've crowned Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga 13 as the best new Windows 8 device of 2012.
Samsung Electronics (KRX:005930) was the clear winner shipping “connected” devices in the third quarter, with a 22 percent share, IDC said.
Sharp Corp. (TYO:6753) said Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) agreed to invest as much as 9.9 billion yen (US $121 million), in it.
We should have known: 2012 has been the Year of the Dragon. Too bad it's followed by the Year of the Snake.
Dell (Nasdaq: DELL) reported lower-than-expected third-quarter results and warned of slow growth ahead.
Windows 8 recent release date appears to have sparked some new releases from Lenovo. The PC manufacturer announced a refreshed home entertainment system and seven new all-in-one desktops that will be launching soon.
When he was 22, Michael Dell was the guy to sell you a PC or laptop by mail. Now it's services.
China's Lenovo Group (Pink: LNVGY) reported second-quarter revenue jumped 11 percent and surpassed Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) to become top PC maker.
With the release date for Windows 8 nearly here, Microsoft introduced the world to its new OS at a New York press event.
Watching financial announcements from big companies in the PC sector resembles a jalopy falling apart. Is the tablet age here?
After snapping up Cloud Computing firm Stoneware, Lenovo is expanding its hardware operations as it plans to start PC manufacturing in North Carolina in 2013, the Wall Street Journal has reported.
The second largest computer manufacturer in the world, Lenovo Group Ltd (0992) has decided to acquire a U.S.-based software company Stoneware Inc that marks its venture into Cloud Computing, the Wall Street Journal has reported.
Thanks to strong end-user demand for lower-priced smartphones, China, the largest market for smartphones this year, will overtake the US as the global leader in smartphone shipments in 2012, according to a new report by IDC.
Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ), the world’s biggest computer company, has nowhere to go but up. Scheduled to report third-quarter financials after the market close Wednesday, investors and technologists will be watching for signs that its restructuring and massive write-offs are over.