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Lenovo reveals its first 2016 plans for ThinkPad at CES

Lenovo has expanded its lineup of reveals this year with an extensive showing of ThinkPad, ThinkCentre, and ThinkVision products, demonstrating its philosophy that "one size does not necessarily fit all."
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Adware, beware! Microsoft plans to retaliate against software that doesn't behave

From next March, Microsoft will detect and remove any adware that uses man-in-the-middle techniques to inject advertisements into your browser. The method has been decried as insecure for some time.
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2015 was challenging for Lenovo, and that’s bad news for the PC business

The past year has been difficult for Lenovo, which struggled with a security crisis and lay-offs, and its woes are emblematic of problems facing every company in the PC business.
Computing

Lenovo teaches another ThinkPad how to do Yoga

Lenovo has announced a new ThinkPad mobile workstation with convertible hinge. It will join Skylake refreshes of several notebooks and desktops, all of which should hit store shelves early next year.
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Lenovo and Razer join forces to create new generation of desktops

Lenovo and Razer have announced a partnership for new gaming desktops and laptops. Details are sketchy at the moment, but the new devices should be ready for debut at CES 2016.
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Lenovo plans to enter U.S. mobile market next year, reports poor sales in China

Lenovo has reported its first quarterly loss in six years, but investors aren't worried, with revenue higher than expected and a strong future outlook. The company plans to enter the European and U.S. mobile market in 2016.
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Leaked roadmap suggests new ThinkPad X1 lineup from Lenovo

This year, if a leaked product roadmap is to be believed, Lenovo plans to expand its X1 PC family with two additional varieties, these being a 12-inch tablet and a 14-inch convertible.
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Here are the 5 best Ultrabooks on the market

Looking for the best Ultrabooks out there? These five will work great no matter what you need, be it style, business sense, affordability, or even gaming power. You can't go wrong with any of these choices for an upgrade.
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Lenovo-backed Zuk isn’t messing around, launches the Cyanogen-powered Z1 in Europe

Zuk is a new name on the smartphone market. The company is backed by Lenovo, and its first phone, the Z1, comes in both Chinese and international versions. Here's everything you need to know about it.
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Lenovo attempts to woo hybrid market with Yoga 900

As the battle for laptop-tablet hybrid superiority hots up, system specifications for Lenovo's Yoga 900 line leak to the Internet, outlining improvements to battery life and weight.