Chinese computer maker Lenovo, which shelled out $2.9 billion to buy Motorola Mobility from Google last year, is moving all of its smartphone business to its Motorola subsidiary, reported eWEEK.
Chinese computer maker Lenovo used a Windows function to install its software whether the user wanted it or not, reported Ars Technica.
China-based computer maker Lenovo unveiled on Thursday a 10-inch ThinkPad 10 enterprise-ready tablet, which ships with Windows 10 pre-installed on an Intel Atom quad core processor.
Researchers from IOActive disclosed this week details of three critical vulnerabilities in Lenovo's Update System service, which downloads system updates from the Internet to its PCs.
Chinese PC maker Lenovo is shipping computers with preinstalled adware made by Superfish that can carry out man-in-the-middle attacks by hijacking encrypted Web sessions, reported Ars Technica.
Motorola Mobility is hoping the third time's a charm as it tries to convince a federal court that U.S. antitrust laws apply to overseas companies that do business in the States.
Worldwide smartphone shipments increased 23 percent year over year, exceeded 300 million units in the third quarter of 2014--the first time that shipments have reached that total in a quarter--according to Canalys stats.
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