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LeEco is downsizing but not leaving India

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Chinese smartphone maker LeEco has downsized its Indian staff from over to 350 employees to a total of 80 but has denied the reports that it is leaving the country. Confirming to TechCrunch, a LeEco spokesperson said that they have reduced the

Lenovo’s Moto G5 and G5 Plus leaked ahead of MWC launch

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Barely ten days before their much-anticipated unveiling at Mobile World Congress 2017, full pics and specifications of Lenovo’s upcoming Moto G5 and G5 Plus phones were accidentally posted by e-tailer Ktronix in listings that have now been pulled down. First

Lenovo expands smart devices lineup with smart home, smart glass products

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A recent survey revealed at least 23 percent of global consumers expressed uncertainty as to which smart home device would be useful to them. To address that concern, Lenovo has launched a set of smart devices at CES 2017, for

Things that will breathe new life into a sluggish PC market in 2017

Global PC shipments has seen a steady decline of eighth consecutive quarters in Q3, 2016. According to Mikako Kitagawa, Principal Analyst at Gartner , the two fundamental issues that have impacted PC market are mainly the extension of the lifetime

Lenovo’s Phab 2 smartphone launching in India tomorrow

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Last week, we saw One Plus 3T making its way in India and creating enough rage with every smartphone user wishing for a hands-on experience. Next in line is Lenovo, getting geared up to take the stage tomorrow with Lenovo

Xiaomi claims selling over 2mn smartphones in Q3 2016

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Xiaomi recently posted its sales figure for Q3 and it’s completely eye-popping. Xiaomi India has apparently broken its own record by selling over 2 million smartphones in the third quarter (Q3) 2016 in India. With these numbers, the company saw

HP is the leader in Indian PC market with 28.8pc share

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Global printing and personal computer behemoth HP upheld the top spot in the Indian PC market with an overall market share of 28.8 percent, according to a new report by International Data Corporation (IDC). HP was followed by Dell with

Moto M is finally here but it may disappoint you

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After experiencing the exceptional Moto E and Moto G, the expectations for Lenovo’s next generation, Moto M, were quite high, so to say. However, now that the Lenovo has launched the much-awaited smartphone, it looks like it has failed to

Fujitsu in merger talks to sell off its PC business to Lenovo

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Japanese firm Fujitsu is reportedly in talks to merge its struggling PC business with Chinese computer giant Lenovo. With the coming of smartphone technology and tablets, this Tokyo based company which was once a major player in the Personal Computing

Lenovo announces second round of crucial layoffs

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After announcing a massive layoff of 3,200 employees last year, Lenovo is at it again this year. Though the figure apparently isn’t as big this time, it’s still a significant number. Confirming the report, the company says that the layoffs

Lenovo’s Tango-integrated Phab 2 Pro gets delayed

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Remember Google’s Project Tango, announced a couple of years back that lets a gadget map out three-dimensional spaces. The tech that sounds so interesting was to arrive embedded in a smartphone this month from Lenovo but seems like things have

Lenovo’s all-new Yoga Book is a tablet cum sketch-pad

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Tablet days are long gone, but tech companies believe, there is still an untapped segment that could be leveraged. Lenovo, known for playing and toying with computing, has announced the all-new Yoga Book, which is much more than a tablet-laptop

Samsung vs Lenovo: Who’s the leader in the Indian online smartphone market?

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South Korea’s Samsung has seized the top slot in the online sales channel in India, overtaking Lenovo-Motorola, with Chinese brand Xiaomi in the third spot. Lenovo, however, disagrees and still claims to be the leader in the Indian online smartphone

It’s a lost affair for tablets as shipments continue to fall

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It was just a phase and people seem to be moving over it rather quickly. The love for tablets seems to be fading faster than experts expected. As per the latest data released by market researcher IDC on Monday, tablet

Nike’s Magista 2 boot shows how technology can up your game

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A pair of good shoes plays a crucial role in any athlete’s good performance. It’s equally, if not more true for the game of soccer. This is precisely the reason that hundreds of brands launch different soccer shoes every year

Apple vs Samsung: The race continues….

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It was all about Apple until few months back. Samsung seemed to have lost the race against the US tech titan in the smartphone segment. But seems like tables have turned. South Korean giant registered a surprisingly upbeat financial update

4G services set to boost data consumption in India

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There is good news awaiting telecom and data companies offering 4G services. According to research firm CMR, 4G services in India could expand much faster than previous estimates. In 2016, more than 15.8 million 4G devices were shipped in India

Smart shoes from Lenovo that tracks your fitness

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Wearable technology is the new rage in today’s time, and no tech conference can conclude without at least one path-breaking prototype. So at its Tech World conference in San Francisco on Thursday, Lenovo took the lead and unveiled a smart

Category A & B telecom circles remain major stronghold of top 5 smartphone brands: CMR

BANGALORE, INDIA: A new Mobilytiks report by CMR-MXpresso found that 93% of the sales of the top five smartphone brands in Q1, CY 2016  took place in Category A and B telecom circles mainly. The top five brands which held almost

Lenovo launches $500 million startup fund

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World’s largest PC maker, Lenovo Group will be investing $500 million in start-ups after it announced the launch of its Lenovo Capital and Incubator Group (LCIG) on Wednesday. LCIG will invest in core technology and Internet related areas with focus