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Despite OEM competition directly from Microsoft, partners are creating an "incredible breadth" of hardware that will run the Windows 8 operating system, Microsoft's chief financial officer says.
Dell XPS 13 SLIDESHOW
The PC industry is in the midst of a worrisome slump. As tablet sales soar and consumers continue to put down their notebooks for an iPad, PC makers are finding that sales are on the downturn. Recently, research firm Gartner revealed that PC shipments were down 8.3 percent year-over-year during...
Whether Lenovo or HP shipped more PCs during this year's third quarter depends on whom you ask: Gartner says it was it was Lenovo, while IDC says HP held on.
Hewlett-Packard, finishing a fraction ahead of Lenovo, led a global PC market that fell by 8.6 percent during the third quarter, which was even worse than expected.
IdeaPad Yoga 13 Coming With Windows 8 SLIDESHOW
Gartner expects tablets and convertibles with good touch displays to help drive the success of Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 operating system. Lenovo helped the cause of its longtime partner Oct. 9, with the introduction of four touch-based convertibles running versions of Windows 8. The IdeaPad...
NEWS ANALYSIS: Lenovo's launch of four touch-based convertible devices running Windows 8 will coincide with a mass marketing campaign and likely a rise to the global No. 1 spot.
Lenovo has introduced the IdeaPad Yoga 13 and ThinkPad Twist, Ultrabooks with different takes on converting, the IdeaTab Lynx two-in-one and the Yoga 11 with Windows RT.
The newest member of Lenovo’s M Series desktop family, the ThinkCentre M78, features AMD chips and plenty of energy-saving features.
The Lenovo W520 mobile workstation loads on almost twice the compute and memory power as the previous generation, 15.6-inch W510 but is nearly one pound lighter. The W520 now comes with a range of high performance, yet power conserving graphics options and has been certified by a slew of ISV
I went from the keynote directly to the Digital Experience show over at Caesar's Palace. Pepcom, who put on the show, offered us media types a ride from the Keynote to the Palace in a fleet of red Suburbans they had on hand, or they suggested we could simply walk across the street. Now, as...