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China's Lenovo Plans Gradual U.S. Push

allthingsd.com
Lenovo Group Ltd. has only just started in the U.S. The Chinese computer maker, which is known for its ThinkPad personal computers, is working its way toward the American consumer market with what it says is a thoughtful, if slow, approach that will culminate in the company’s first high-end PCs...
China's Lenovo Plans Gradual U.S. Push
'PC Pledge 100' to use refurbished business computers to increase PC adoption in low-income households

Forget The iPad Mini - Is There Room For An iPad Maxi?

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With the impending announcement of the iPad Mini, all eyes seem to be focused on making tablets smaller. But the truly unexplored territory lies in the other direction - in tablets that go big. Really, really big. While Samsung, Amazon and others have proven that smaller tablets do have...
Forget The iPad Mini - Is There Room For An iPad Maxi?

Stop mobile malware before it happens to you

venturebeat.com
As consumers venture out of walled-garden app stores, mobile malware is bound to pop up, and as it does, consumers (and businesses) frequently begin to ask how they should be protecting themselves and their devices. Is a mobile antivirus the solution? Never buying off-market apps? zImperium, a startup founded...
Stop mobile malware before it happens to you

HP's got lots of Windows 8 products, but not the right brand

venturebeat.com
  Hewlett-Packard unveiled a bunch of Windows 8 business and consumer PCs today, including tablets, laptops and desktops. They all have a consistent HP look and feel. But it remains HP today announced availability and pricing details for its new lineup of consumer and business PCs that are designed...
HP's got lots of Windows 8 products, but not the right brand

U.S. target of sustained cyber-espionage campaign

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The country has been targeted by China, which is trying to infiltrate American business computers to find data for economic gain. [Read more]...
U.S. target of sustained cyber-espionage campaign
Bootcamp Ventures hooks up 3 Israeli startups with $2.25M from U.S. and Russian firms
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