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Lenovo Looks Ahead From Atop PC World

The Economist details the rise of Chinese computer giant Lenovo, from its humble start in a guard shack to the growing pains that followed its 2005 acquisition of IBM’s corporate PC division: Given all this, its recent...

Is Apple’s Popularity Waning in China?

Reuters reported Friday that Apple’s share of China’s smartphone market almost halved in the second quarter: For the first time, smartphone shipments in China overtook feature phones in the second quarter, with local...

China Overtakes US as Largest Market for PCs

The PC turned 30 on August 12th, the anniversary of the IBM 5150’s launch in 1981. For the first time since, the US has been displaced as the PC’s largest market, as declining American sales met surging demand from...

Chinese PC Giant to Cut Workforce

The Chinese PC manufacturing company, Lenovo, has announced workforce cuts of 11% due to the pressures of the global financial crisis. From BBC: One of the world’s largest computer manufacturers, Chinese-based Lenovo, says...

Brands Chase Beijing Games Boost

Big international brands like Adidas, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Kodak and VW are looking to the Beijing Olympics for gold and recognition. Chinese PC maker Lenovo is hopeful that the Olympics will help catapult their products...

Acer Beats Lenovo as Olympics Sponsor

From The Financial Times: Acer , the world’s third-largest personal computer vendor, has beaten its close rival Lenovo to become a global sponsor of the Olympic Games. Acer will become one of 11 global sponsors for the...

China’s Lenovo tops green list – UPI

From UPI: China may not be at the forefront of environmental protection, but one of its private companies is seen by some as the greenest business in the world. Computer maker Lenovo
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