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Hands on with the Lenovo Vibe Z2 — China only (for now, anyway)

Lenovo is still holding back releasing its smartphones outside of China, but we're getting more impatient for the situation to change than ever, having spent some time with the cool new Vibe Z2 during IFA 2014.

Lenovo aims for layers and selfies with the Vibe X2 and Vibe Z2

At IFA 2014 in Berlin, Lenovo revealed two new smartphones in its Vibe lineup: the Vibe X2 and Vibe Z2. While the Vibe X2 uses a unique multi-layered design, the Vibe Z2 aims to make selfie addicts among us extremely happy.

Lenovo’s new ThinkPad Helix gets thinner and more flexible with a Core M inside

The ThinkPad Helix is back, and Lenovo attempts to improve on it by stuffing Intel's new Core M CPU in it along with more choice in keyboard docks.

Lenovo, a PC company, is now selling more smartphones than computers

In a rather surprising turn of events for the company, Lenovo announced that smartphone sales surpassed those of its PCs for the first time in its history. The company sold 15.8 million smartphones.

Lenovo’s Vibe Z2 Pro is a metallic, 1440p smartphone to worry the LG G3 (Updated)

Lenovo has launched the Vibe Z2 Pro, its newest flagship Android smartphone, which comes with a massive 6-inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel touchscreen, and a fast Snapdragon 801 processor. It goes on sale in September.

Lenovo and Huawei see market share bump, while Samsung and Apple falter

The latest market share data from IDC shows dramatic improvements from Chinese brands Huawei and Lenovo, and the two swapping positions in the charts, while leaders Samsung and Apple both suffered losses.

Audio tech firm suing Lenovo, Toshiba, Acer for patent infringement

A manufacturer of various audio technologies are suing three of the biggest PC makers, accusing them of patent infringement.

Lenovo has its very own Google Glass competitor, too

Lenovo announced that it has partnered with tech firm Vuzix to launch the M100 Smart Glasses in China. The wearable will go on sale this September for 8000 Yuan ($1,291), with specifications rivaling that of Google Glass.

Lenovo insists it’s staying in Windows small-tablet market in US despite earlier statement

Lenovo appeared to suggest last week it was done selling small-screen Windows tablets in the US. However, the Chinese tech firm is now insisting this is not the case, and that plans are afoot to launch a new 8-inch Windows tablet…