Lenovo dishes out the goods at IFA 2014, including two high-end smartphones (that probably won't make it to the U.S.) and a business-focused convertibles.
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Lenovo's chief executive has said that the industry is not strictly speaking in the "post-PC" world just yet, and that those who are have failed to innovate in the PC space.
A slowing PC market means Lenovo, the market leader according to one analytics firm, is no worry. It is, however, "good reason" to jump into the booming smartphone market.
PC giant Lenovo will buy Stoneware, a U.S.-based software firm, to help connect devices to each other through the cloud.
Lenovo's stake in Brazil, a crucial emerging market for the PC giant, is set to increase with a new acquisition of the country's largest consumer electronics maker, CCE.
NEC has sold its 281.1 million shares in Lenovo, despite the PC maker's booming success, in a bid to claw back its investment to stay afloat. Lenovo shrugs it off and says there's no impact on its NEC-partnered joint venture.
Lenovo, not content with its soon-to-be number one spot in the PC making business, wants to maintain its market dominance by considering acquisitions to push into new areas -- like mobile devices.
Acer can berate Microsoft as much as it wants, Lenovo isn't remotely bothered by Microsoft's Surface tablet. Why? Lenovo has little to lose, while Acer has a lot.