Lenovo has announced today at Mobile World Congress 2014 that they’ll be expanding their DOit app line up with SNAPit and SEEit coming soon!
Motorola has extended their deal of $70 off the unlocked Moto X until February 22nd. This makes the 16GB model a very affordable $329. If you’ve been on the fence about buying the Moto X, now may be the time to go for it.
Lenovo has reported a substantial jump in in its fourth quarter profits, driven by a boost in tablet and smartphone shipments.
Motorola’s CEO Dennis Woodside is taking a job at Dropbox. Meanwhile, Lenovo’s CEO says he is positive he can turn Motorola to profit within a few quarters.
Motorola has now scheduled a MWC press event for February 25th. No new hardware is expected, with the event likely focusing on the Lenovo buyout and what it means for Motorola.
This week in your world of Android: Samsung and Google signed a massive patent deal, Google sold Motorola to Lenovo, Samsung reportedly agreed to cut back on Android customizations, we learned a few more details about the HTC M8 and the Galaxy S5, Chrome apps for Android got rolling, and a rumor about the death of the Nexus made the rounds.
Despite offering up some cutting edge hardware in stylish and svelte designs Chinese manufacturers have yet to make their mark in Western markets. We take a look at why that is.
We take another look at the Moto X months after its release date, especially considering the big piece of news from this past week.
Lenovo announced a new line of devices built for education and ruggedized for the classroom. The ThinkPad 11e series will ship this spring in two form factors, a standard laptop design in the ThinkPad 11e model, while the ThinkPad Yoga 11e offers Lenovo’s innovative new multimode design. Read on for more!
Whatever happened behind closed doors at Google, Samsung, Motorola, and Lenovo will deeply affect the Android world for the next few years. So tell us, what’s your take? Do you believe the theory that Motorola was a bargaining chip between Samsung and Google? Is an alliance between Google and Samsung good for the Android ecosystem? What’s your take on the fate of Motorola?