Is it a Google TV? Well, yes and no. Lenovo's just trotted out a spankin' new 55-inch flat panel at CES Unveiled and while it's got that special Mountain View magic within, it's of the Ice Cream Sandwich variety. That's right, the company's powered this set up with Android 4.0, slapped on its own skin and is prepping it for a Chinese launch later this spring.
Smartphones. The first thing we check in the morning and the last thing we look at before going to bed at night. They’re quickly becoming the vessel that brings us all our news, entertainment,?and communication with others. There are many flavors of Android on the market today. You can go out and buy a super budget phone for $50 or spend upwards of $800 on?the highest end device.
Samsung, LG, Sony, HTC, Motorola and Huawei are all Android smartphone manufacturers that you’re probably familiar with. Those brands are very well established in the U.S., but you may not have heard of brands such as Xiaomi, Umi, Elephone, LeTV, Doogee and others that sell very well overseas.
China is a smartphone?haven.
As VentureBeat notes , Lollipop is claiming the lead 16 months after it shipped, and 5 months after the arrival of Marshmallow . Phone owners have either had to wait a long time for their Lollipop upgrades, or they were in no rush to get those few devices running the latest code. On the positive front, Marshmallow use nearly doubled in the space of a month, to 2.3 percent.
Google has released the Android platform distribution numbers for the month of May, revealing that the latest iteration of its mobile OS – Marshmallow – is now powering 7.5% of all active Android devices worldwide.
That’s quite a notable jump for Marshmallow given that its share was 4.6% last month. Lollipop, meanwhile, held on to the top spot with 35.6% share, slightly down from 35.
SAN JOSE, California — A giant Chinese media conglomerate has landed in Silicon Valley. LeEco, the company that's partnered with electric-car startup Faraday Future, just opened its new US headquarters in San Jose, California. Close to 300 employees occupy the building now, with capacity for up to 800, LeEco executives said at a ribbon-cutting event on Thursday.
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Amazon Prime Day is upon us and if you haven?t heard you have to be a Prime Member to take part in this day of deals (don?t worry it?s free to join). The team over at TechBargains has prepared some of the best deals that will last but be aware that this is a crazy day and deals go fast.
Lenovo has introduced its new VIBE K5 Plus smartphone, a relatively inexpensive offering packing a 5-inch display and an octa-core processor. While the phone won’t be competing with the high-end offerings out there, it brings with it some notable features, and also includes some of Lenovo’s own software, making it a good option for individuals using one of Lenovo's laptops.
LeEco, the company partnered with the startup electric-car maker Faraday Future, is apparently in talks to scoop up a giant piece real estate from Yahoo, the Silicon Valley Business Journal reported. The land is about three miles from LeEco's newly-opened US headquarters in San Jose.
In trucks, as in all things, you can take the easy way or the hard way, and the 2017 Ridgeline suggests Honda has some masochists in its ranks. In a market filled with beefy, does-what-it-says-on-the-tin competitors, the second-generation Ridgeline takes a more measured, considered approach.
And just like that, Q1 of 2016 is over and done with. Already, we’ve had a number of flagships launched and a lot of smartphones and tablets to deal with, and it’s just the first part of the year! AnTuTu – the benchmarking outfit – has had their hands full even in Q1, but they’ve come out with their official top ten devices in terms of performance.
As you’re preparing for your day or getting ready for a night on the town, a mirror is an important tool. But this mirror from iHome not only lets you check your face, it also lets you listen to your favorite tunes and charge your phone. The iHome iCVBT7 is a 9-inch diameter double sided mirror that provides both 1x and 7x magnification.
Lenovo is a pretty solid name when it comes to smartphones in the emerging market of India. That is why it is understandable that it will attach its name to new products that will be launching in that region, even though the device is technically under a sub-brand. This is what’s happening with the ZUK Z1 , which is set to launch in India really soon.
A few days ago we saw Alcatel unveil its IDOL 4 and IDOL 4S smartphones, practically the company's flagship models for this year. The party, however, isn't over yet. Joining Alcatel's early 2016 team are three new mid-range smartphones, all from the company's POP line.
Lenovo isn't one to shy away from stretching the tablet device category to its limits, almost literally. Despite the industry-wide slowdown in tablet sales, Lenovo keeps on churning such devices, in all shapes, bends, and sizes. Just last October it revealed its largest yet, the Lenovo YOGA Home 900 pictured above, exuding 27 inches of pure Windows 10 power.
In the market for a new YOGA? Lenovo has unveiled two new models in the line, the YOGA 510 and YOGA 710. Both devices are similar but bring their own features and strengths to the table, with the YOGA 510 in particular boasting an 8.5 hour battery life and the YOGA 710 having nearly the same run time. The YOGA 710 in particular comes in two sizes, better positioning it to meet different needs.
When you mention Lenovo , most people think of its black, durable, no-nonsense ThinkPad laptops. That's only a small slice of Lenovo's product lineup, though, and counted among its more ambitious consumer products are the YOGA tablets and laptops. Standing chief among the YOGA products is the YOGA 900, a stylish and powerful laptop with Lenovo's eye-catching watchband hinge.