The deal, which was originally announced in February, has been concluded today, making Lenovo the third best selling smartphone manufacturer in the world, behind Samsung and Apple.
Demand for big data professionals in the UK far outstrips supply, a fact which has caused salaries to rocket. Investment must be made to avoid a major skills gap, says report.
The mobile operator confirmed that the new network has now been activated, delivering top speeds of up 150Mbps across areas including Soho, Old Street, Shoreditch, Westminster and Kensington.
New research by Samsung Electronics has shown that the value of the wearable market in the UK, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands is set to hit £924.2 million by the end of the year.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced his sexual orientation in the hope that it would help others struggling with their identity, but has asked that it not become an unnecessary focus for media attention.
The Japanese firm has announced that senior vice president Hiroki Totoki will take over from the current head of Sony Mobile next month, with the aim of returning the business to profit.
London's police forces are trialling big data software designed to pin-point gang members in the city most likely to commit violent crimes.
Simply called Band, Microsoft has dived head first into the wearable technology peleton with the launch of its first smart fitness bracelet. Can it compete with the likes of FitBit and Samsung?
Hewlett-Packard is entering the 3D printer market after revealing new technology that it claims is 10 times faster than existing devices, cheaper and produces stronger products.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang has finally been brought to life with the new Aeromobil 3.0, which was unveiled at the Pioneers Festival in Vienna earlier this week.
Xiaomi may have accrued its fair share of controversy over malignant marketing strategies and security practices, still managed to muscle a position as the world’s third largest smartphone vendor.