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Lenovo to ship Windows 8 PCs with preloaded Start Menu App

The #1 undisputed problem people have against Windows 8 is that there’s no Start Menu.  In fact, it’s so annoying that a litany of developers have created their own Apps to add the Start Button and Menu back.  Stardock’s Start8

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Lenovo’s mobile sales eclipses PC sales

Lenovo, the monolithic Chinese firm and famed marketer of the ThinkPad line of notebooks, reported strong Q1 earnings yesterday. How strong? Lenovo unveiled $8.8 billion in revenue which amounted to a 10% year-over-year surge.  And when you couple that with $170 million in

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