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Samsung becomes the latest to announce its smart watch efforts
The Korean electronics giant announces a new smart watch, becoming one of many in the ongoing race to clamber away from a saturated smartphone market. And as ZDNet's Rachel King notes, following a leak a week before it was launched, it was immediately clear that some may need a little time to warm up to the wearable computing concept.
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BlackBerry looking at 'speedy sale,' but will Microsoft bite?
Now that Nokia's phone business is in the hands of the Redmond-based software giant, one has to wonder if BlackBerry's enterprise appeal may be something Microsoft would be interested in.
Lenovo announces new laptops, convertibles
Lenovo is betting that all laptop buyers will go multimode and meld tablets and PCs, ZDNet's Larry Dignan reports. The company said it plans to launch a high-end smartphone globally to become a leading Android device player.