Tablet sales continue to decline, falling 13.5 per cent

Global tablet sales have fallen yet again – the 15th consecutive decline in sales – with shipments down 13.5 per cent in the second quarter of 2018. According to the


Google is bringing Assistant to a heap of devices this year, including smart displays

Google is stepping up its AI virtual assistant game by bringing its Assistant to a host of third-party devices – including smart displays, speakers, and more. We also finally know


Lenovo forced to pay $3.5m to settle charges over PCs loaded up with dangerous adware

After a two-and-a-half-year lawsuit, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has settled its lawsuit against Lenovo for the Chinese company’s pre-installation of dangerous adware in around 750,000 of its PCs in


Disney and Lenovo give Star Wars fans chance to become Jedi in new AR experience

Disney has teamed up with Chinese tech company Lenovo to deliver an AR experience based on the world of the Star Wars films. Via a new AR headset from Lenovo,


Lenovo Launches Modular Smartphone and First-ever Google Tango Device

Lenovo has unveiled a modular smartphone and the first handset powered by Googles Tango sensor technology at its Tech World event in San Francisco. The Moto Z – being released under the


Lenovo Retires Motorola Smartphone Brand

One of the most well-known brand names in mobile is set to disappear over the course of 2016, as parent company Lenovo abandons the Motorola brand, with only Moto by


Lenovo Hands Ad Intelligence Brief to Integral Ad Science

PC maker Lenovo has struck a global partnership with Integral Ad Science, which provides actionable advertising intelligence for buyers and sellers of digital media. Lenovo will require each media agency


Lenovo Closes Deal to Buy Motorola for $2.9bn

Chinese PC maker Lenovo has completed its acquisition of the Motorola handset unit from Google for $2.9bn (£1.8bn). The purchase is likely to lead to the company making a fresh


Selling Motorola, Google Exits the Handset Business

Google is selling Motorola, which it acquired in August 2011, to Lenovo for $2.91bn (£1.76bn). Lenovo will continue to operate Motorola as a distinct brand, as Google did, but the

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