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Lenovo S5000 tablet announced, budget friendly Nexus 7 competitor

It's no secret that all Android tablet manufacturers will be aiming for the new Nexus 7. Most will fail, and today Lenovo has just announced their newest tablet to take on the 7-inch Google slate. It's called the Lenovo S5000 and while it will likely undercut the N7 in price, it doesn't quite have the same level of top-tier specs. Lets take a look below.

Lenovo Q1 earnings are in, mobile sales beat PC

Lenovo has just posted its first quarter earning and the numbers are quite telling. Not only did it beat profit forecasts, it has also given more evidence of a declining PC business as smartphones and tablets become more ubiquitous and user friendly.

IDC: Samsung and Android showing large year-over-year tablet growth

The latest IDC report has been published and this time around they are talking tablets. The report covers the second quarter of 2013 and while it is showing Apple as sitting on top with a 32.4 percent share of the tablet market, this same report is also showing Apple as dropping year-over-year. More to that point, this same report is showing big year-over-year growth for Samsung and Android as a whole.

Lenovo X910 with Snapdragon 800 quad-core leaks in benchmark results

Lenovo has some pretty impressive smartphones, most notably the 5-5inch Intel-powered K900 smartphone, but today we're seeing a newly leaked benchmark for something completely different. While we've been waiting for the multinational Chinese technology company to launch phones in the US, they've been busy dropping them elsewhere. Although the K900 was impressive, we're excited to hear more details about this new X910 that leaked today.

Lenovo putting emphasis on the mobile industry

Lenovo, which has been working non-stop to popularize its laptop range (which currently takes up 80% of their total sales) is currently seeking other ways to broaden its financial horizons. The most popular idea for profit within the company has been a serious expansion and push into their mobile side. So that's exactly what they're going to begin doing, as of now.