Lenovo is apparently planning to unveil a ThinkPad notebook with a dual display.
As much as I'd love to post a photograph of a laptop with two screens, I cannot do so in good conscience. Several sites reporting on the laptop included photos that allegedly came from an IBM site that accidentally published on December 2. But none of those sites list the source of the photo. They also link back to the original IBM page, but a photograph of a laptop with two screens does not appear there.
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Updated at 7:26 a.m. PST with Lenovo statement.
Lenovo Group is in preliminary talks about possible investments or acquisitions, the PC maker confirmed a day after its stock shot up 27 percent on the Hong Kong exchange.
The company issued a statement after reports surfaced it was in acquisition talks. The PC maker, however, said that it was neither in negotiations nor has signed any agreements, but that it was in preliminary discussions with other parties about a possible investment or purchase.
According to its statement:
The directors of Lenovo Group Limited have noted recent comments in certain … Read more
Once there was just a single Android phone, the T-Mobile G1. Coming soon, in Australia, is the Kogan Agora. Now reports are pointing to an emerging gadget for China, known for the moment as the "OPhone."
The site ModmyGphone is showing off a photo of a sleek gadget that it says is a joint effort of Lenovo, the PC heavyweight, and China Mobile, the largest cell phone operator in China:The latest bit is, the phone is looking good and ready for testing. OPhone is a codename for phones that will be based on China Mobile's OMS (… Read more
Economy in shambles? Cutting back on expenses? Then a Netbook might be just the thing you need to round out that holiday shopping list. After all, for around $500 (or less), you can give someone the gift of Internet access, e-mail, word processing, music playback, and even online video streaming -- Netbooks do all of these things fairly well.
In this video, we check out the pluses and minuses of the most important Netbooks to arrive since our last Netbook roundup, including the Dell Inspiron Mini 9, the Lenovo S10, the Samsung NC10, the HP Mini 1000, and the Asus … Read more