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Beyond the prospect of a higher share price, the company is moving toward a point where it will no longer be pushed around by Apple and Samsung.
Unwired Planet (UPIP) is soaring in pre-market trading Friday on the announcement Lenovo (LNVGY) will purchase a portfolio of patents from the mobile technology and licensing provider.
How much growth will $2.2 billion buy? Management hasn't said. It seems Watson didn't do the math.
On the basis of long-term free-cash-flow growth, Apple shares will reach (at minimum) $650 a share by the end of the year.
Chinese smartphone brands have gained market share overseas through a combination of 'good-enough' quality and competitive pricing.
There's still quite a lot of work for CEO Meg Whitman to do before HP fully turns around.
First it bought IBM's laptops. Now it has Motorola Mobility's smartphone business. Both bring Lenovo more access to consumers in the U.S. and Latin America.
Lenovo's newest products focus on letting the customer change from laptop to tablet quickly.
Diageo and Lenovo are cheap plays for a growing China, says John Burke, president of Burke Financial Strategies.
Diageo and Lenovo are cheap plays for a growing China, says John Burke, President of Burke Financial Strategies.
I expect Xiaomi to keep growing and eat away at the top smartphone brands in one of the core world markets.
The company is showing strong improvements, but the stock is not a buy yet.
Anyone who believes Dell has learned anything over the past five years is sure to be disappointed by its plan to continue its current strategy.
Until it pulls off a strategic acquisition to rebuild its brand, Dell's just burying its head in the sand.
When China sneezes, information technology catches cold.
Coming this November, Google will turn up the Chromebook PC heat a couple of notches.
If he really wants to preserve the integrity of his offer, Michael Dell should step down as CEO.
The nation once known as Burma might have a small market but early arrivals should see eventual rewards.
From slide rule to Fortran to proprietary analysis in the computer era.
It's leaner but HP is still the same company with the same problems.
Its market share in mobile devices is growing and its stock can command a long-term fair market value of $30.
Lenovo shares have risen in recent months, but the stock still looks like a bargain.
Microsoft is thinking of buying into Dell because it's weak in tablets. But it needs supply chain visibility or it will wither away.
Why bother expanding Chrome OS to tablets and smartphones? To capitalize on simplicity, security and cost.
Why is Lenovo breaking its long-term relationship with Microsoft? Because Lenovo is listening to its business customers.
These local companies are becoming more popular with China's status-conscious consumers.
China is known as a manufacturing country, but these brands are poised to make a splash in the U.S.
TheStreet.com's Gary Krakow examines the possible fall release of thefirst Android-based smartphone, Asus' realization of the Eee PC for thedesktop, and the top back-to-school tech items.
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