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Lenovo's profits climb 30% on strong PC shipments (but don't tell HP)

China's Lenovo Plans Gradual U.S. Push

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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

The other Microsoft Surface mystery: Keyboard included?

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In many ways it’s the signature feature of Microsoft’s upcoming Surface tablet computer — the magnetically attached cover that doubles as a keyboard. Microsoft says the keyboard/cover will come in two different varieties: one with a touch-sensitive surface, dubbed Touch Cover; and another with slightly raised keys for better typing, dubbed...
The other Microsoft Surface mystery: Keyboard included?

Lenovo: Mobile will be 10-20% of Revenue in 5 Years

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PC maker Lenovo announced today that the company expects its mobile Internet products to account for 10%-20% of revenue in five years' time. This statement comes from President and COO, Rory Read, delivered at a media briefing that coincided with the launch of the newest Lenovo "LePhone" smartphone device in...
Lenovo: Mobile will be 10-20% of Revenue in 5 Years

PC Maker Lenovo To Take Number One Smartphone Slot In China Next Year: Gartner

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Analyst Gartner has just put out a set of predictions for the Chinese market – and it’s expecting a big role for PC and mobile maker Lenovo in the homegrown smartphone space. Noting that Lenovo has “gained real momentum” in China, Gartner expects the company to take the number one smartphone...
PC Maker Lenovo To Take Number One Smartphone Slot In China Next Year: Gartner
Lenovo's loss-making phone division to be profitable within six months, promises CEO

Despite PC slump, Lenovo reports record full-year sales of $34 billion, looks to mobile for growth

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As the global PC market continues to spiral downwards, Lenovo, the world’s second-largest PC maker after HP, has reported solid earnings for its fourth fiscal quarter and full-year ended March 31, 2013. The Chinese multinational is in fact boasting that, “despite a challenging macro-economic environment and ongoing PC industry transformation”,...
Despite PC slump, Lenovo reports record full-year sales of $34 billion, looks to mobile for growth

Lenovo not worried that 7-inch tablets will wreck its PC business

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With a variety of smaller Android tablets already available, along with the iPad mini and the possibility of an Xbox Surface, 2013 is shaping up to be the year of the 7-inch tablet. In fact, worldwide sales of 7-inch tablets are expected to double from 34 million units in 2012...
Lenovo not worried that 7-inch tablets will wreck its PC business

Lenovo's Q1 shows 'record high' market share, profits up 30 percent to $141 million

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After delivering an overachieving laptop, Lenovo has delivered financial results that also exceeded expectations, producing $8 billion in revenue and $141 million net profit. Those figures are up 35 and 30 percent respectively over last year, which the company has chalked up to a higher than ever market share...
Lenovo's Q1 shows 'record high' market share, profits up 30 percent to $141 million

Sticking to business can help Lenovo smartphones shine in the U.S.

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Lenovo may be the only major PC maker to weather the disastrous first quarter with nary a decline in shipments, but success isn't earned by sitting flat on your heels. While the rest of the industry scrambles to stem the PC bleeding, Lenovo's brass is busy planning an audacious...
Sticking to business can help Lenovo smartphones shine in the U.S.

Lenovo expects convertible PCs to overtake tablets

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Lenovo's CEO said Thursday that he expects the market will gradually move away from entertainment-focused tablets in favor for convertible PCs, which he said can strike a balance between the functions of touch-based tablets and the productivity of a laptop. "From our competitor's recent earnings announcement, you can find...
Lenovo expects convertible PCs to overtake tablets

Lenovo to split into Lenovo Business Group and Think Business Group, effective in April

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Lenovo's done pretty well since its acquisition of IBM's personal computer business in 2005, but in an internal e-mail earlier today, CEO Yang Yuanqing admitted that despite some attempt, the Lenovo brand is still only effective in the mainstream and low-end markets; whereas the Think brand is his company's...
Lenovo to split into Lenovo Business Group and Think Business Group, effective in April
Lenovo splits Think brand into separate group to better compete with Apple

Lenovo Plans Push in Servers and Storage, CEO Says

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Lenovo Group Ltd. is setting its sights on new business areas such as servers and the market for smartphones in the developed world, its chief executive said, even as it sticks by a vision of promise in the troubled personal-computer industry. In an interview on Thursday, Lenovo Chief Executive Yang...
Lenovo Plans Push in Servers and Storage, CEO Says
Lenovo CEO Yuanqing unfazed by Microsoft's Surface, 'just one of many competitors'

Lenovo aims for top smartphone spot in China

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Lenovo, the world's top PC manufacturer by some measures, is looking to have a big impact in the next wave of computing by unseating Samsung in the Chinese smartphone market. Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing said in a recent interview that the Chinese firm will seek to leverage innovation, strong distribution...
Lenovo aims for top smartphone spot in China

Lenovo CEO spreads the wealth, distributes his $3 million bonus to lower level employees

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The list of CEOs and other execs in the US that have accepted multi-million dollar bonuses for lording over the crash and burn of a company (or even an entire economy) is staggering. And we can guarantee you that most of that money went towards fancy cars and golden...
Lenovo CEO spreads the wealth, distributes his $3 million bonus to lower level employees

Lenovo May Produce A Think-Brand Smartphone, Says ThinkPad Business Unit's VP

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In an interview today with Sina Tech (link via Google Translate), Dilip Bhatia, vice president and general manager of Lenovo’s ThinkPad Business Unit, said that the Chinese tech company may build a Think-brand smartphone. If Lenovo does come out with a Think-brand smartphone (a ThinkPhone?), it would be inline with the...
Lenovo May Produce A Think-Brand Smartphone, Says ThinkPad Business Unit's VP

Windows 8 'convertibles' help Lenovo break into high-end PC market

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Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing said sales of its Windows 8 PCs have been 'normal' to date;, neither surpassing nor falling behind expectations, but added that convertible devices using the OS are helping the company break into the high-end segment for the North American market....
Windows 8 'convertibles' help Lenovo break into high-end PC market
Lenovo CEO distributes $3 million from personal bonus to 10,000 junior-level employees
Who's crazy enough to buy BlackBerry? Lenovo's CEO ain't ruling it out

Lenovo begins work on $800M Chinese research center to boost mobile innovation

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Lenovo has begun work on a new China-based development center that will focus on the research, development and production of smartphones, tablets and other devices, as it bids to stay competitive in the mobile industry. The company today broke ground on the $800 million facility in Wuhan, which it says will begin operations...
Lenovo begins work on $800M Chinese research center to boost mobile innovation

Lenovo CEO Gives His $3 Million Bonus To Line Workers And Other Lower Level Employees

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Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing has done something unusual among his CEO counterparts. Yuanqing distributed his $3 million bonus among the company's 10,000 lower level workers.  ZDNet reports that, "the 'Yuanqing rewards' averaged out at 2,000 yuan, or $314, which is slightly less than a month's salary for many workers in China's technology manufacturing plants."...
Lenovo CEO Gives His $3 Million Bonus To Line Workers And Other Lower Level Employees
Lenovo plans to school Microsoft's Surface with $300 Windows RT tablets

Lenovo: We're Going to Wipe The Floor With Microsoft's Surface

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Lenovo doesn’t worry much about Microsoft’s decision to enter the PC hardware market because Microsoft isn’t a hardware company — not a proven one, anyway. Asked about Redmond’s forthcoming Surface tablet during Lenovo’s first fiscal quarter earnings call this week, CEO Yang Yuanqing said he’s not happy the device is...
Lenovo: We're Going to Wipe The Floor With Microsoft's Surface
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