Lenovo has announced plans to cease using the IBM logo on its products, with a complete switchover to new branding to happen before next year's Beijing Olympics.
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Tomorrow marks the 500 day countdown to the opening of Beijing 2008 where official sponsor Lenovo will provide up to 20,000 products to ensure the logistics behind the event runs smoothly.
Acting on its promise to cut prices, Gateway on Monday introduced several lower priced machines and said it is cutting the price of most laptops by $100. CEO Ted Waitt told analysts last week that the company would chop prices in an effort to regain lost market share. He said the company would introduce a $999 laptop with DVD player and a $499 server, both of which the company did Monday. The Poway, Calif.-based PC maker plans to boost its marketing budget, with a blitz planned to coincide with the Winter Olympics. Waitt plans to discuss that effort at the Goldman Sachs Technology Conference next week. --Ian Fried, Special to ZDNet News
PARIS -- The ultimate trade show of the next millennium may not be held in the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center but in a luxury box at the World Cup or the Olympics.'PC Expo is loud and no fun, and nobody wants to be there anyway.
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