No 3 and no 4 smartphone makers,LG Electronics and Lenovo doubled their sales in April-June quarter.
The new processors promises to deliver up to 50 per cent improvement in battery life.
PC maker Lenovo today launched a range of smartphones with price starting from Rs 8,689,expanding its offerings in the rapidly growing domestic market.
Lenovo has been aggressively forging deals over the past eight years to gain prominence in PCs.
The company has had a mutual understanding with makers of computer hardware: Microsoft creates software.
The state government will not be able to start distribution of free laptops to school students any time soon,as the Uttar Pradesh Electronics Corporation Ltd (UPECL),which is the nodal agency for procurement,failed to get a single bid till October 1 the deadline.
The most notable decline came from the China PC market at 5.4 per cent.
F1 is an expensive sport,involving heavy investments and its survival depends hugely on sponsors.
The search giant has been dubbed the most attractive employer by more than 160,000 people.
Lenovo gets flashy with its new notebook.
Lenovo India announced the launch of ‘Fun-on-Wheels’,a new multi-city campaign to connect deeper with customers.
Greenpeace panned electronic firms Nintendo and Toshiba for low environmental standards in a report today while praising Nokia and Sony Ericsson’s approach to hazardous substances,recycling and energy use.
Shares of Lenovo rose by more than 3 per cent to a one-week intraday high.
Acer and HP are predicted to be leading the rebound with surging netbook sales.
Lenovo launched seven new products in the Indian market in the price range of Rs 22,500 – Rs 1.04 lakh to cater to a broad segment of consumers.