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  • What's News? May 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Lenovo at your service

    Lenovo has announced a leap into 3C product services. The move marks the first time the world's largest computer manufacturer has expressed interest in services like hardware repairs and software management and security. Lenovo reps say that company services will be available to all consumer brands, and expect the new business to generate RMB 1 billion. 2400 3C service stores will be built to cover county and town-level markets.


  • What's News? April 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Lenovo buys more IBM

    Chinese computing giant Lenovo is looking to own even more of IBM. Reports indicate that  Lenovo is engaged with IBM in talks concerning acquisition opportunities, specifically relating to IBM's x86 server business. Negotiations remain in early stages and no agreement or specific prices have been reached. Lenovo purchased IBM's ThinkPad personal computing business in 2005. Source: Sohu

  • What's News? March 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Samsung top selling smartphone

    According to recent market research, Samsung is the clear winner in China’s smartphone market with 22% market share. With low prices and smart engineering aimed at mid-market buyers, Lenovo, Huawei, Kupai and ZTE followed with 10.7%, 9.9%, 9.5% and 8.9% market shares. Apple dropped to 7.7% market share in 2012. Over 165 million handsets were sold in 2012, a 100% increase from 2011. In terms of operating systems, Android holds nearly 70% of the market; Apple’s iOS has 12.8%. Source: iFeng

  • What's News? February 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Lenovo handsets to Thailand, Indonesia

    Lenovo plans to enter the Thai and Indonesian smartphone markets later this year. Details are not yet forthcoming, but the world’s 2nd largest PC maker is looking to expand upon its PC-only business in Thailand. Lenovo held 11% of the Thai PC market, good for number two. Source: Netease

  • What's News? January 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Sharp, Lenovo form JV

    Sharp and Lenovo are in business. Recent reports detail the two companies will cooperate on LCD television manufacturing and sales. As part of the deal, Sharp will sell its Nanjing LCD TV assembly plant to Lenovo. Sharp’s R&D and sales divisions will also enter into a 50:50 JV with Lenovo. For Lenovo, the deal represents a move into a new market and access to new technology. Meanwhile, Sharp gets access to Lenovo’s extensive sales network. The two companies plan to develop the new brand, Sharp Aquos, into SE Asian and South American markets in the near future.

    Source: Eastern Morning News

  • What's News? January 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Lenovo restructures, new “Think” group

    Lenovo just announced a corporate reorganization which split business activities under the company’s “Lenovo” and “Think” groups. The Lenovo group will focus on mainstream and lower-end product categories, a strategy expected to help the company reposition the Think group to compete with the Apples and Samsungs of the world. Lenovo brass believes market positioning around Think lacked clarity after Lenovo’s purchase of IBM in 2005.

    Source: People's Net

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    December 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Strategic map: Baidu’s path to mobile relevance

    Lenovo's new Bai-Phone.

    China's leading online search giant is in trouble. While Tencent dominates social media, Alibaba controls retail and online payments, and Qihoo makes headway in mobile search, Baidu looks inert. For half a decade, the search giant was the gateway to China's online world. These days, traffic behind the great firewall is increasingly determined by mobile, social, and vertical search. Baidu hopes that a mobile hardware offering would enable it to regain lost ground. But  the company's real challenge—and opportunity—lies elsewhere on the map.  ...Read More


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