Latest Lenovo Stories

2013-11-14 23:00:58

Technology Industry Analyst Jeff Kagan is available to speak with reporters, or may be quoted through this release. Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) November 14, 2013

2013-11-05 23:29:00

Vaultspring.com has proudly announced that three models of the popular Lenovo Yoga touchscreen ultrabook and laptop line have now been added to its list of available products for leasing.

Lenovo Hires Ashton Kutcher, Unveils New Tablet With A Handle
2013-10-30 12:44:38

Ashton Kutcher, the famed actor who most recently played Apple’s iconic founder in the biopic “Jobs,” has just taken a position with Lenovo as a product engineer. He began his career with Lenovo yesterday by introducing the company's updated line of Yoga Android tablets.

Smartphone Market Dominated By Samsung And Apple Shipments
2013-10-29 13:54:59

Smartphone shipments crossed the 250 million mark for the first time in the third quarter of 2013. Leading the charge in this market are smartphones produced by Samsung, Apple and Huawei.

2013-10-28 23:03:42

A class action lawsuit filed with the Superior Court for the District of Columbia alleges that Lenovo engaged in deceptive marketing practices to sell defective notebook computers; Parker Waichman

Latest Lenovo Reference Libraries

2014-01-12 00:00:00

The LePad is a line of tablet computers sold by Lenovo in China. It was released in China in 2011. The LePad uses the Android 2.2 operating system, with either a Wi-Fi or 3G connection. The display features a 10.1-inch screen with a front facing camera for video calling, and has a battery life of eight hours. Outside china, in 2012, Lenovo released other versions of the LePad, under the name IdeaTab, A1, Yoga, and ThinkPad. The ThinkPad’s operating system was upgraded to the Android...

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