Posts tagged “PC industry”
New reports about another possible acquisition by Lenovo have surfaced in China. This time Lenovo may be buying out a partner in a high joint venture focused on laptop manufacturing.
Receiving a continuing boost from PC sales in the U.S., Lenovo grew sales in the fourth quarter of 2016 and thus maintained its hold on the No. 1 spot in global sales. But No. 2 HP draws ever closer, according to two reports.
As usual at CES last week, Lenovo unleashed a wave of new products and emerging high-tech plays, from VR headsets to high-end gaming computers and much more. But top exec Yang Yuanqing couldn't escape a pesky questions: If and when the world's top PC maker will strike a deal with Fujitsu? Will Lenovo buy Samsung's PC business?
Augmented reality is rapidly becoming a useful reality as an app touted at the CES Show in Las Vegas demonstrates. But the AR app for virtually trying on clothes needs an AR-equipped phone - like Lenovo's Phab 2.
Customers are increasingly turning from legacy data center technologies to hyperconverged platforms to shift IT from a cost center to an enabler of business productivity, according to Technology Business Research Inc.'s (TBR) most recent Hyperconverged Platforms Customer Research report. However, some challenges are emerging.
Partnering with Amazon and its wireless assistant Alexa technology, Lenovo is rolling out its own "smart speaker." But to one-up the competition, Lenovo is also adding enhanced audio experience with Harman Kardon.
Figuring out how to use all those new tech toys - from 4K smart TVs to virtual reality to ever-faster PCs and gaming systems - is part of the Christmas fun. Being able to control them simply is another. Lenovo may have the answer for those who want a truly smart home without controller sprawl. And it's less than $60.
As Cisco confirms its exit from providing its "Intercloud" cloud services, new data shows that the networking giant along with HPE face increasing competitive pressure from the recently merged Dell EMC.
Analysis: Why is Oracle's cloud business growing? It's not hype. It's not a miracle. It's data execution, writes Technology Business Research Analyst Meaghan McGrath. Oracle has a growing footprint in the Triangle.
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- US suit: Oracle pays white male workers more, favors Asian workers in recruiting
- GOP governors who turned down Medicaid money have hands out
- Theresa May seeks to convince business of a 'global Britain'
- Trump plans for Scottish resort spark new conflicts concern