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Lenovo Rewards Loyalty Program Launches in Canada

Lenovo announced on Wednesday its loyalty program has expanded to Canada for the first time. Previously, the program was exclusively in the U.S. since September 2019. But after “getting such positive feedback”, the company decided to expand it to Canada, we’re told. MyLenovo Rewards is now available in Canada and offers 3-9% back in points...

Lenovo Debuts Legion Gaming Notebooks, Alexa-Powered Smart Speaker

Lenovo has today announced the launch of 'Legion’, a new gaming sub-category in its laptop family, with the debut of Legion Y520 and Y720 notebooks. At the same time, the company has also unveiled a smart home speaker called Smart Assistant that takes advantage of Amazon's Alexa voice assistant to conduct web searches, play music, create lists, provide calendar...

Apple’s 2016 MacBook Pro Outselling the Competition: Report

Apple’s new 2016 MacBook Pro models have been mired in controversy since being unveiled. Whether it be that the specifications aren’t as good as the competition, or it’s too expensive, or that it didn’t meet expectations, there have been all sorts of complaints regarding the laptop. However it seems that despite these ‘issues’, Apple’s MacBook Pros […]

Apple Becomes World’s Fourth-Biggest Notebook Vendor in 2015

Despite facing fierce competition in the notebook market throughout the year of 2015, Apple has managed to overtake ASUS and Acer to become the fourth-strongest brand in TrendForce’s annual rankings (via MacRumors). Sales of Apple’s new MacBook models and strong demand in the US market have pushed the company’s global market share to 10.34%, up...

Apple’s Global Market Share Jumps to 14.1% in Q2 2015: IDC

Apple and Samsung continue to lead the global smartphone market, with 14.1% and 21.7% shares of the market, respectively, according to the latest data from International Data Corporation's (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker. Looking back to the second calendar quarter of 2015, IDC found that shipments represented the second-highest quarterly total on record, with...

Lenovo’s iPhone-Ripoff S90 “Sisley” Smartphone is Now Official

Lenovo’s S90 “Sisley” smartphone, whose leaked photos published last month revealed an iPhone 6 clone without the protruding camera and with slightly less unsightly antenna bands, is now official and it seems Lenovo’s shameless copying doesn’t end here. As pointed out by PhoneArena, the way the S90 is presented on its official website also reminds an awful lot...

Lenovo’s “Sisley” Smartphone is a Disappointing iPhone 6 Clone

Lenovo’s new “Sisley” smartphone, which is being dubbed by many as an iPhone 6 clone without the protruding camera and with slightly less unsightly antenna bands, seems to sport some disappointing hardware capabilities, revealing why Apple made these sacrifices with its latest flagship smartphones. “It’s clear exactly where the sacrifices have been made: and they’re entirely related...

Lenovo CEO: The Mission Is to Surpass Apple and Samsung

Google has surprised many in the tech industry by selling off its Motorola unit. The surprise element of the announcement wasn't quite the sale, but the price: The search giant bought Motorola for $12.5 billion, so some called it the worst investment in Google's history. But what does Lenovo think about its recent purchase? Fortune...

Lenovo To Buy Motorola Mobility From Google For $2.91 Billion

Google is selling Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for $2.91 billion. The acquisition by the Chinese phone manufacturer will give them a major presence in the U.S. market. Lenovo will buy Motorola from Google with a mix of cash and stocks. We’ve just signed an agreement to sell Motorola to Lenovo for $2.91 billion: http://t.co/PKDXrTq6Oe pic.twitter.com/vLcDBXlvIh...

Lenovo Tried to Buy BlackBerry, But Ottawa Rejected The Idea

Lenovo has decided not to formally bid on the struggling BlackBerry because Ottawa has made it clear: It won’t allow a Chinese company to buy a company deeply tied to the country’s telecom infrastructure. The message was clear enough for Lenovo, and for BlackBerry as well. In case you were wondering the reason that Ottawa...