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ZTE set for Intel-powered smartphone launch

ZTE announced plans to launch an Android device powered by an Intel processor next month, following a partnership between the companies announced at the GSMA Mobile World Congress this year.

China dominates global smartphone shipments

China accounted for 27 percent of global smartphone shipments in the second quarter of 2012, with 42 million devices shipped in the market

Lenovo dismisses Nokia speculation

Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo this morning moved to quash market speculation it was interested in buying struggling Finnish vendor Nokia.

Lenovo China Mobile smartphone to pack ST-Ericsson tech

Lenovo’s latest smartphone designed for China Mobile, the world’s biggest operator by connections, will feature …

Lenovo unveils customisable business app store

PC and mobile device maker Lenovo has launched its Enterprise App Shop allowing large businesses to deploy apps to employees and manage their use securely

Intel ups smartphone game

Intel used this week’s Consumer Electronics Show to announce “a number of advancements across its …

Lenovo pushes into tablet market

Leading PC vendor Lenovo has launched an Android-based tablet called the LePad which could emerge as one of the major competitors to Apple’s iPad, particularly in the Chinese market where Lenovo is a powerful player.

Lenovo app store gaining momentum

Chinese IT company Lenovo has seen 3.3 million downloads from its mobile app store since its launch in September 2010, averaging around 25,000 transactions per day, DigiTimes reports.

Lenovo to take on Apple with LePad tablet

China’s largest PC vendor Lenovo plans to launch a tablet computer in the US and China next year and – in a nod to market leader Apple – has dubbed the device ‘LePad.’

Lenovo invests US15M in apps

China’s largest PC vendor Lenovo has announced a CNY100 million (US$15.1 million) investment program to support developers of mobile Internet applications and services as the firm looks to expand its application download store