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Chinese companies’ plans of acquiring BlackBerry may never happen due to security ‘issues and concerns’

Rumour has it that Chinese companies are interested in acquiring Canadian phone maker Blackberry, and are willing to pay a lot of money. One such company is Lenovo, who happens to be the new owner of Motorola. However, it doesn’t really matter how deep their pockets may be. The deal may never happen due to […] Read more

Source claims Lenovo to bid for BlackBerry

Lenovo is in the process of acquiring US-based Motorola, but, if a source is to believed, the Chinese firm will be making an offer to buy Canadian phone maker BlackBerry. This rumour comes from a source talking to Benzinga. According to the site, “A source familiar with the matter, has told Benzinga that China’s Lenovo […] Read more

Samsung tops smartphone sales in China ? Apple at fifth place

According to research data, Samsung leads in smartphone sales in China. Apple has been attempting to penetrate the Chinese market by closing a deal with China Mobile. Despite offering the iPhone 5C and iPhone5S via the biggest network operator in the country, the Cupertino firm only managed to nab fifth place. The data comes from […] Read more

Motorola sold by Google to Lenovo

In 2012, Google purchased Motorola. This 2014, the US-based phone maker again has a new owner. Motorola has been sold by Google to Lenovo. It looks like we have another game changer. On Google?s official blog, Google CEO Larry Page wrote, ?We?ve just signed an agreement to sell Motorola to Lenovo for $2.91 billion. As […] Read more

Rumour: Canadian government blocks Lenovo bid for Blackberry

According to a rumour, Chinese firm Lenovo was interested in bidding for Q10-maker Blackberry but was blocked by the Canadian government. TheGlobeandMail reports, ?Beijing-based computer manufacturer Lenovo Group Ltd. actively considered a bid for BlackBerry Ltd., but the Canadian government told the smartphone company it would not accept a Chinese takeover because of national security […] Read more

Q3 worldwide tablet market shows level iPad shipments ? Android tablets growing fast

Q3 worldwide tablet market shows that iPad shipments (Apple iPad 4G and Apple iPad Mini) have stayed level. However, it also shows that Android tablets are quickly catching up to Apple?s slate. IDC announced in a press release, ?Worldwide tablet shipments grew to 47.6 million units in the third quarter of 2013 (3Q13) according to […] Read more

SAP not interested in bidding for Blackberry

German business software group, SAP, was once thought to be interested in bidding for Blackberry, the company behind the Blackberry Q10. However, a recent report says otherwise. In an interview with Euro am Sonntag, Reuters reports Werner Brandt, SAP CFO, saying, ?Blackberry doesn’t fit with our strategy.? According to Reuters, ?BlackBerry, based in Canada, once […] Read more

Blackberry hopes to get acquired by November

Blackberry, the maker of the QWERT-sporting Q10 smartphone, hopes to get acquired by November, according to a report. The news comes to us courtesy of the Wall Street Journal. According to the business news site, ?BeleagueredBlackBerryLtd.,intends to run a fast auction process that could be wrapped up by November, according to people familiar with the […] Read more

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