The Canadian government has not allowed Lenovo, a company which has it’s home in Beijing, to place a bid to buy Blackberry because they view it as a security risk, one of potentially national security level.
The security concern for …Read More »
When you think of the name Ashton Kutcher, what comes to mind are things like actor, That 70s Show and Twitter. What doesn’t come to mind is product engineer. Well apparently you’ll now have to add that to the list …Read More »
With Nokia’s mobile division swallowed up whole by Microsoft for a mighty $7.2 billion, the big question on everyone’s lips is who is next? It now seems that question has been answered. According to the Wall Street Journal, BlackBerry is …Read More »
What would most CEOs do if they were granted extra $3 million on top of their multimillion dollar salaries? Chances are that they will spend the money on themselves while their employees keep wishing for a bonus. Well, it looks …Read More »
Lenovo announced a little while ago that they were planning on entering the high-end smartphone market. With the recent release of the K900 in China, we can now see that they were serious about it. The device itself is pretty …Read More »
Tired of constant crashes and blue-screens on your PCs? The answer to your problem might not be one you’d expect. The computer that would offer the most trouble-free operation wasn’t even designed to run Windows — Apple’s MacBook Pro.
Soluto, …Read More »
Have a Lenovo IdeaPad K1 tablet sitting around that you’re itching to root? This guide will help you! Just follow the instructions below and your Lenovo IdeaPad K1 tablet will be rooted!
Disclaimer: This guide is intended as a helpful …Read More »
Congress has restricted US government from purchasing Chinese tech, due to “cyber-espionage or sabotage risks”
For better or for worse, Chinese technology companies have been having a hard time making inroads in North America. While lack of innovation can be cited for their failure in the consumer market, fear of Chinese cyber-espionage can be blamed …Read More »
Despite rumors that Microsoft will sell its Windows RT Surface for US$199 and price the other Windows 8 Pro Surface around the same as current ultrabooks, pricing on the much-anticipated Windows 8-powered tablets have eluded us for the most part. …Read More »
Microsoft’s Windows RT is a lean version of Windows 8 designed to run on ARM based processors and which will not be sold as a standalone item (i.e. you can’t buy Windows RT in a retail store or online — …Read More »
Microsoft is limiting Windows RT tablets to a few, hand-picked manufacturers for quality control purposes
Looking for a Windows RT tablet? First batch of Windows 8 (Windows RT and Windows 8 Pro) tablets should be hitting stores in October. However, you will find Windows RT tablets from only a select number of manufacturers until January. …Read More »