Updated Jun. 15, 2017 at 7:06 a.m. What impact will Huawei's PC move have on Lenovo, other rivals? Published: 2017-06-15 07:00:00 Updated: 2017-06-15 07:06:53Lenovo By JACK NARCOTTA, Technology Business ResearchAs Huawei gears up for its global PC push, what will the impact be on Lenovo and other rivals? Technology Business Research Analyst Jack Narcotta takes a look.... WRAL TechWire any time: Twitter, Facebook The latest blog posts from our WRAL TechWire and WRAL editors. Read more articles…
Updated Jun. 15, 2017 at 7:06 a.m. Huawei rises a 'potent competitor' in new threat to Lenovo (+ video) Published: 2017-06-15 06:50:00 Updated: 2017-06-15 07:06:01Huawei By JACK NARCOTTA, Technology Business Research Huawei, like Lenovo born in China, is emerging as a new threat in the world's PC business where Lenovo leads or shares the top spot with HP.
Dear guy in front of me in the #CES2018 badge pickup line so distracted by his apparently existential phone conversation that he has to keep being reminded by many to walk forward: I hope you find your peace. But please please please pick up the pace.
Finally on the ground here at CES. While waiting in the line for badge pickup, I noticed this gem from Kohler. Yep. That's a smart toilet. Proof of concept for resource and utilities management, also gives new meaning to "Game of Thrones"? https://t.co/PLyKLwERgg
@llsethj Some things never change. Even if you make a splash here, there's no promise of greener pastures. Several years ago even Samsung was underwhelming, at least as far as IoT and connected devices were concerned. "We're all in on IoT." ... OK...still waiting for the verdict.
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Selecting a term
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