D&H Distributing said Wednesday it will host its West Coast 2014 Technology Show on March 27 in City of Industry, Calif. The event is expected to draw 500 attendees and 60 exhibitors.
The deal, announced last fall, sounded like an endorsement deal disguised as something else- as has been the case with so many other celebrities hired by that sort of thing in the last few years.
Motorola Mobility CEO Dennis Woodside must have less faith in Lenovo that he’s leaving the company. It won’t be so bad as Woodside is leaving Google for DropBox. He is
After owning Motorola Mobility for just 18 months, Google is selling the smartphone business to Lenovo for $2.91 billion. Google had bought the company in early 2012 for $13 billion.
It seems Lenovo was merely warming up when taking the wraps off the A859 Android smartphone and ThinkPad 8 Windows tablet, as a couple of other gadgets, which seem to be both bigger and more technically impressive, have also gone official at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.
CES 2014 is technically still five days away, but we always expected many future Las Vegas exhibitors, especially the ones involved in mobile, to jump the gun and kick the festivities into gear early.
First, there was Samsung and Acer. Then HP and Lenovo joined them, followed closely by a product Google made from scratch. And now Asus and Toshiba also want in.
It’s the fledgling Chromebook market, which, in spite of heavy early bashing, looks ready to truly take off and break the PC mainstream
For all the braying about the explosive growth in the tablet market--and the drop in PCsales--the personal computer is not dead, at least not yet. There are plenty of shoppers who still need a PC and are considering a Windows machine. You just need to know how to reach them.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you. We did tell you a few weeks ago that Lenovo was this close to rolling out new members of the Yoga family of flexible tablets, this time running Android, and earlier today, an 8 and 10-incher have gone official.