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Computing

Lenovo’s latest ThinkPad bends over backwards for business travelers

Do you travel frequently, work on the road, and want a do-it-all system? Lenovo’s ThinkPad Yoga 260 may be what you need, but its price and standard features aren’t on par with competitors.
Mobile

Hands-on with the Lenovo Phab Plus, a most phabulous phablet

Lenovo's Phab Plus is the biggest phablet in town with its 6.8-inch screen. It looks like a jumbo-sized iPhone 6, thanks to its aluminum housing and slim cut. Here are our hands on impressions of the Phab Plus.
Computing

Lenovo pits business against pleasure in new IFA 2015 hardware lineup

Lenovo didn't become one of the world's leading hardware sellers by offering just a handful of products, which is why its line up of ThinkPad hardware at IFA 2015 is so comprehensive, offering a combination of tablets, enterprise desktops…
Wearables

The Moto 360 and Moto 360 sport are the first smartwatches that you can truly customize

The next generation Moto 360 is finally here and with even more options. The stainless steel Moto 360 now comes in two sizes, and a Moto 360 Sport for fitness enthusiasts is coming soon.
Mobile

Lenovo’s new Yoga tablets boast incredible battery life and unique designs

Lenovo's popular line of Yoga tablets is back for a third installment. All running Android, the Yoga Tab 3 8-inch, Yoga Tab 3 10-inch, and Yoga Tab 3 Pro 10-inch will be out in time for the holidays.
Mobile

Lenovo plans to hand the reigns of its phone business over to Motorola

Lenovo might be planning to merge its own mobile division into Motorola, allowing the executives of its subsidiary, which it acquired in January 2014, to call the shots in the mobile market.
Mobile

Lenovo to shake things up at Motorola, could fire CEO and 20 percent of workforce

Lenovo's recent financial results show a continuing loss for Motorola and the Mobile Business Group. Lenovo has a restructuring plan, which might mean Motorola CEO Rick Osterloh is out, as well as 20 percent of the workforce.