Following on from the Superfish debacle the company found itself embroiled in earlier this month, PC maker Lenovo is promising to bring to an end to the practice of pre-loading crapware onto systems.
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If you've ever bought a Windows PC or Android smartphone or tablet from one of the big name vendors then chances are that you are familiar - perhaps even intimately familiar if you've ever tried removing it - with crapware.
Apple's share of smartphone shipments in Western Europe grew 15 percent last year, putting the company within range of overtaking Samsung.
Chipmaker Qualcomm has confirmed that its new flagship chip won't be powering a "large customer's flagship device" that is launching later this year. If rumors are true, then the company in question is smartphone maker Samsung.
Huawei's 7.8 percent increase in global smartphone sales has helped deliver the company a 30 percent sales revenue boost, up to $12.2 billion in 2014.
As Samsung's smartphone business continues to struggle due to increased competition and a reduction in prices, the company has predicted that its annual profits for 2014 will tumble.
Samsung has released a mid-tier duo as part of the Galaxy family, which it hopes will give the company an edge in India's hot smartphone market.
Intel's launch of its 5th generation Core processors could spur PC sales, but perhaps the company needs focus on next-gen platforms.
Chinese internet company inks new partnership with local smartphone maker to produce a new range of mobile devices, branded under the existing Dazen name, which will be distributed primarily online.
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Australian telecommunications services company ZipTel has raised AU$5 million in an institutional share placement, which it plans to use to help drive the uptake of its soon-to-be-released ZipT smartphone platform.
The Chinese smartphone company hopes to replicate success in the smartphone industry within the realm of Internet television.
After its dismal quarterly results, the Japanese electronics company will no longer make smartphones specifically for Chinese consumers, but is expected to continue peddling its wares in the world's largest smartphone market.
We’ve had the PC, and the smartphone, and then the tablet. Now we are entering a new era, that of the wearable. And Microsoft’s sudden and rather dramatic entrance into the market with the Band is set to be a game changer.
Digital forensics firm Cellebrite has moved from copying contacts on mobile phones to digital forensics, helping police collar the bad guys along the way.
The ailing smartphone maker lost another key staffer, as the company is poised to announce new phones and devices at an event in New York.
The computer giant will continue as an enterprise supplier while a second company will contain the PC and printer businesses.
The company says its 27-inch curved LCD display provides a more immersive viewing experience for PC gaming and video streaming.
Lenovo believes the company still has a place in the PC market, and says the acquisition of IBM's x86 server business will play a role in helping it grow in that space.
The new notebooks are the first introduced since the company announced it was shifting its PC focus away from consumers.
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