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Lenovo unveils its supersized iPhone 6 knockoff

Lenovo today unveiled its new Phab Plus smartphone, a supersized device with a 6.8-inch display that’s a blatant iPhone 6 knockoff. The device is coming to the U.S. later this month, assuming Apple’s lawyers can’t get it banned before then. The Phab Plus may be big, but it hopes to be just like the iPhone 6 […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Leaked Lenovo Sisley looks like an iPhone 6 without the compromises

In an effort to make the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus as thin and as light as possible, Apple made some sacrifices. Battery life — particularly on the smaller iPhone 6 — isn’t as good as it could have been,…Read more ›

Lenovo claims to be beating Mac in U.S. sales

Mac sales have been growing impressively for the past few years, but according to a new press release they’ve run into a Lenovo-shaped obstacle in their climb. That’s according to new figures released by (surprise, surprise) Lenovo, which claims that…Read more ›

Google Made A Massive Investment In Lenovo The Day After It Sold Motorola

Google made a surprise announcement at the end of January that confirmed it was selling Motorola to Lenovo for $ 2.91 billion, but the search giant seemingly forgot to tell us that it made a big investment in the Chinese consumer…Read more ›    [Read More…]

CES 2012: Apple’s Touchscreen iMac Concept Brought to Life by Lenovo

One of Apples many patent publications from 2010 revealed the companys concept for an iMac supporting both mouse-driven and touch-based input with a hinged display arm, allowing the screen to transition from an upright position to a horizontal surface. Although Apple has yet to release such a product and may have possibly taken the idea off the whiteboard completely, Lenovo seems to have brought it to fruition. Lenovos new IdeaCentre A720 was shown off at  [Read More…]

Lenovo Says Apples iPad Will Eventually Be Destroyed By The Competition

PC Maker Lenovo just released their first would-be iPad killer, the IdeaPad K1. It is, of course, a piece of junk, with This Is My Next calling it chunky and cheap-feeling with software that is unstable to the point of being unusable. Youd think that would damp anyones aspirations in the tablet game: HP pulled out of the tablet market despite garnering much more positive reviews for the TouchPad. Nevertheless,  [Read More…]