Experts Voice Concern On E-waste
Experts from Industry voiced their concerns on lack of adequate mechanism for E-Waste management in India at an event organized by MAIT.
Smartphones and tablets lift Lenovo's profit by 36%
Lenovo’s competitors - Acer and Asus recently got the blow as the PC market slumped, but Lenovo's focus on smartphones and tablet helped it stay afloat.
Lenovo in takeover talks with HTC
Lenovo is already in talks with HTC to discuss the terms of a possible acquisition deal which is likely to be completed in the first half of 2014.
More smartphones shipped in Q1 2013 than feature phones
The trend is remarkable as it is the first time smartphones have outshined feature phones in terms of sales.
Canada industry minister unsure what will happen to BlackBerry
It is highly unlikely Ottawa would allow BlackBerry to be sold to a Chinese firm
Chinese may have edge in emerging market dash for smartphones
In developing countries, more users will access Internet via smartphones, prompting a price war between Huawei and ZTE
Lenovo appoints Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang as board observer
As observer, Yang will attend board meetings, sharing his experience and perspective as an Internet and technology pioneer.
Dell to go private in landmark $24.4 billion deal
Dell executives said the company will stick to a strategy of expanding its software and services offerings for large companies
Lenovo sees RIM as M&A option, CFO says
News ups BB shares by 2 percent; Canadian Prime Minister may hinder the acquisition
AMD hires chip veterans, diversifies beyond PCs
New recruits are from Qualcomm Inc and Apple Inc