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Lenovo leaves IBM takeover table
Companies call off negotiations following a disagreement over the valuation of IBM's X86 server business.
Leading Lenovo set for IBM acquisition?
World's second-largest PC maker considers acquisition of IBM's X86 server business, rumoured to cost as much as US$6 billion.
Windows 8 not all to blame for PC slump
Windows 8 is not the only reason why PC shipments are struggling, look at other companies too.
PC sales stall as Windows 8 struggles
PC shipments post the steepest decline on record during a single quarter, as buyers seemingly move away from Microsoft's Windows 8 PC software.
Lenovo looking at BlackBerry takeover?
Computer maker CEO says company may consider an acquisition of Canadian firm at some point in the future, causing shares to rally.
Lenovo set for Apple and Samsung mobile wars
World's largest PC maker believes it is ready to compete in the mobile consumer sector.
Windows 8 fails to ignite PC sales
Latest findings show Microsoft's new release fails to have a significant impact on PC shipments during the fourth quarter.
Lenovo unleashes new touch devices
Portfolio of consumer laptops, all-in-one desktops and companion mobile monitor revealed.
Mobility: Productivity for businesses
Encourage customers to think mobility strategy, rather than BYOD, cautions Otto Ruettinger, Lenovo Australia and New Zealand director, SMB.
Synnex secures Ingram Micro double
Company hires two staff from Ingram Micro as they continue their recruitment process during 2013.
Lenovo continues global expansion with CCE acquisition
PC provider more than doubles it's PC market share in Brazil, the world’s third largest PC market with deal.
Lenovo launches company's first Table PC
Company pioneering "interpersonal computing" with the release of the IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC.
Securing Your Holiday Tech Gifts - Windows Guide
The good folk at ESET bring us a phenomenal series on securing your Christmas tech gifts, starting with your new Windows PC.
Shining light Lenovo records $8.7 billion sales
PC-maker records growing sales to defy struggling PC market, becoming the number one vendor in the laptop industry.
Synnex draws winners for Intel SuperCar promo
Finally those channel partners with a desire for speed have had the prize draw winners announced
Lenovo links up channel partners and customers
New and planned offerings from Lenovo are providing channel partners with new opportunities and easier conversations with customers, as David Heyworth tells Heather Wright.
Synnex to celebrate birthday in style
Synnex New Zealand will celebrate its seventh birthday this week, with a party which will literally ‘bring down the walls’.
Desktop PC’s dead in Asia Pacific says Analyst
The wide variety of alternative products such as tablets and smartphones, along with the continuing gloomy economic outlook is being blamed for a decline in PC shipments across Asia Pacific in the second quarter of 2012.
7 targets Kiwi market
<strong>Contact centre technology company 7 is on the hunt for Kiwi resellers willing to be ‘agents of change’.
Chinese dragon wide awake
<strong>New and planned offerings from Lenovo are providing channel partners with new opportunities and easier conversations with customers, as David Heyworth tells </strong><strong>Heather Wright</strong><strong>.
Resellers benefit from Ingram Micro Showcase
Resellers took advantage of the Ingram Micro Showcase 2012 in Auckland this week, detailing new products and areas of growth across ANZ.
Planned obsolescence and Apple’s soldered-in RAM
Easiest way to get your PC lasting a few more years? Double the RAM, works a treat.
The Techday Weekender - Aug 18th 2012
The week just past created its usual dose of thrills, spills and drama, here’s Techday’s take from bottom to top – literally...
Lenovo sales increase outpaces PC industry
Following a deal to pioneer Microsoft’s new Windows RT PCs, vendor reports 35% rise in sales during first fiscal quarter.