The inaugural Lenovo Tech World event is set to kick off on May 28 in Beijing. Lenovo aims to use the event to show off its vision for how computing technology will develop over the next five years, but the company also has some more immediate announcements to share.
Lenovo has revealed a few limited details for three new low-cost consumer notebooks: the entry-level Ideapad 100, the 14-inch Z41 and the larger size Z51 with optional 3D camera. The new notebooks are aimed at giving a boost to L
Apple could sell 36 million of its Apple Watches over the first 12 months they’re on the market, according to the latest prediction out of Wall Street. And that’s a conservative estimate.
The new figure comes from Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty, who is raising her Apple Watch sales forecast by 20 percent from the earlier figure of 30 million.
It might have been even higher if Apple were having better luck with its supply chain for the smartwatch, its first foray into wearables.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Windows 10; operating-system releases don’t power out like race cars, they ooze out like honey, sometimes taking a year between the first previews and the first shipment. That’s good. It takes time for developers to ramp up support and for users to ease into the notion of a platform change. We first officially saw Windows 10 in late September, which was followed in October by the release of the Technical Preview.
Anthony Salcito, vice-president of education for Microsoft Corporation’s Worldwide Public Sector will visit Malta tomorrow. Besides meeting Microsoft Malta’s team and visiting the Microsoft Innovation Centre, Mr Salcito will also visit Stella Maris College which this year is one of Microsoft’s Lighthouse Schools following a successful pilot project hosted by Microsoft and Maltese company Smart Technologies.
Schools join Microsoft’s Lighthouse programme when they show particular effort
Microsoft and the Education Ministry have signed a memorandum of understanding to foster greater collaboration between both entities. Microsoft will seek to turn Malta into a “lighthouse” for innovative educational technologies that go beyond the introduction of hardware in schools.
The MOU was signed this morning at Stella Maris College in Gżira between Microsoft country manager Adrianna Zammit and a representative of the Education Ministry. The agreement was signed in the presence of