Lenovo recently announced that net profit for the first quarter increased by 30% year-over-year, inching the company ever closer to surpassing HP as the top vendor in the market. Lenovo’s net profit reached $141 million in the quarter, an increase from $108 million over the same quarter the previous year. In addition to that, the company’s revenue in . . . → Read More: Lenovo Sees Mobile Business Increase
Even after suffering a crushing defeat to Apple recently, Samsung is back up on that horse and trying to make some more smartphones. This time the company is turning to Windows Phone and just debuted the world’s first Windows Phone 8 device with the all new Ativ S. Samsung debuted this device at IFA 2012, stealing . . . → Read More: Samsung Debuts the World’s First Windows Phone 8 Device
Meeting And Event Planners Use Tech Travel Agents For Short Term Technology!
Meeting and event planners have a constant need for reliable short term technology in support of their registration, temporary office, tradeshow booth, and convention events. Where do they go for all their needs? They turn to a Tech Travel Agent from Rentacomputer.com!
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According to a company spokesperson, Acer is still planning on producing Windows RT devices at some point in the future. This statement comes after the company’s CEO berated Microsoft for building the Surface RT tablet. On Monday Microsoft excluded Acer from its list of Windows RT device makers.
According to the Acer spokesperson, “Acer plans to incorporate . . . → Read More: Acer Plans on Supporting Windows RT
Mobile payment technology has been slow to catch on in the United States. I’m talking about things like credit card sliders that attach to your iPhone or iPad and other things that allow you to pay for something anywhere, at any time. Even though this technology has yet to hit its stride, the Electronic Transactions Association . . . → Read More: New Committee Formed to Create Mobile Payment Standards
Ever wished your car was a smartphone? No? Well, whether you’ve wished it or not, it’s happening, in a manner of speaking. Two of Chrysler’s cars will be getting the smartphone treatment in the sense that they will soon be able to access their own app store.
The 2013 models of the Chrysler Ram 1500 pickup and . . . → Read More: New 2013 Chrysler Viper and Ram Coming with Downloadable Apps
Microsoft announced this week that it would be releasing new keyboards and mice that have been optimized for tablets and laptops running Windows 8, the newest operating system from the company. These new devices are lighter and more mobile and are designed to work with tablets running Windows 8 and RT, both of which are set . . . → Read More: Microsoft Announces New Mobile Keyboards and Mice for Windows 8 Tablets and Laptops