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China’s Lenovo: Future Apple Killer or a Sell?

Lenovo is already a leading computer and smartphone maker, but it may be going too far by buying Motorola Mobility and an IBM server business. More 

The 5 Biggest Smartphone Companies

Smartphone market share undergoing a shift as Chinese manufacturers, led by Lenovo, climb the sales charts. More 

BlackBerry Has No Future in Hardware

After barely a year on the job, BlackBerry CEO John Chen has made dramatic changes to the company that he hopes can eventually return it to profitability. More 

Smartwatches, Google Glass on MPAA Hit List

MPAA forces moviegoers to remove smartwatches and Google Glass in latest shot in smart wearables vs. security/privacy battle. More 

Microsoft Band: New MSFT Fitness Tracker Takes on FitBit

Microsoft Band enters a fitness tracker market dominated by Fitbit and likely to be attacked by Apple Watch in 2015. More 

iPad Air 2 Review: Apple Still Makes the Best Multi-Purpose Tablet

Our iPad Air 2 review shows that Apple has packed a powerhouse tablet in an even slimmer case, plus Touch ID and a great camera. More 

Samsung Will Revamp Phones, But Not the Galaxy S5

Samsung phones face surging Chinese competition. So, Samsung's plan to revamp is aimed at low-end models rather than the Galaxy S5. More 

Nexus 6 Review: Google Goes Big

Our Google Nexus 6 review reveals a massive phablet with powerful hardware and a huge display that shows off Android Lollipop More 

Fire Phone Flop: Amazon Should Drop Its Smartphone Ambitions

The Fire Phone is a flop to the tune of $170 million, and Amazon should abandon its plans to be a smartphone player. More 

Moto X Review – Android Bargain is Bigger, But is it Better?

The 2014 Moto X improves on last year with bigger Full HD display, quad-core CPU and $99 price but it has grown into a bigger device More