Chinese technology company Lenovo released AR smart glasses product Glasses T1, which is similar to a set of sunglasses and is aimed at mobile offices, gaming and watching movies.
Tudor Brown, the former president of British tech giant Arm, announced on August 11 through his LinkedIn page that he has resigned from the board of directors of Chinese IC manufacturing company SMIC.
After canceling its flagship launch event last week, Lenovo-owned smartphone brand Motorola unveiled its first-ever flagship foldable phone named moto Razr 2022 in China on August 11. It also launched two more models for the middle-end market.
On August 10, Yang Yuanqing, Chairman and CEO of Lenovo, responded at the communication meeting after the release of the financial report that the company had no plan to enter into the vehicle manufacturing field.
Motorola, a smartphone brand owned by Chinese multinational technology company Lenovo, announced on July 22 that it will hold a new product launch event on August 2, when it will release two flagship smartphones.
Lenovo Group, a leading Chinese technology firm, announced on Monday night that Cher Wang and Xue Lan have been appointed as independent non-executive directors of the company with effect from June 20, 2022.
According to a Wednesday post by Chinese blogger “Digital Chat Station,” the new Qualcomm SM8475 chip is continuing the practice of previous years and is to be named the “Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Plus.”
Motorola, a smartphone brand owned by Chinese multinational technology company Lenovo, unveiled its Moto Edge X30 Champion Edition smartphone to the public today.
Major Chinese tech companies are discreetly pulling back from doing business in Russia under pressure from US sanctions and suppliers.
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At Lenovo’s most recent annual company kick-off for its new financial year held on Wednesday, the firm's chairman and CEO Yang Yuanqing announced strong growth.
Chinese business inquiry platform Qichacha shows that Dingdao Zhixin (Shanghai) Semiconductor Co., Ltd., which is 100% controlled by domestic computer giant Lenovo, has been formally established.
Didi's former senior technical director in the basic platform department, an individual surnamed Yu, was convicted on Wednesday for accepting bribes.
On October 10, Chinese PC manufacturer Lenovo Group responded to the termination of its listing to the Shanghai Sci-Tech Innovation Board (STAR Market).
On Jan. 12, Chinese PC maker Lenovo Group Ltd. said that it is planning to issue Chinese Depositary Receipts (CDRs) - representing up to 10% of its total number of shares - to be listed on the tech-heavy Nasdaq-style Shanghai STAR Market.