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.

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.

Lenovo to cut 3200 jobs amid ‘severe challenges’ in its main markets

Lenovo has announced restructuring plans that include reducing its smartphone portfolio and cutting its global workforce by 10 percent. The news comes as the company reported quarterly results that saw a 51 percent drop in year-on-year…

Want to erase bloatware from your Lenovo PC? That could be a battle you’ll always lose

Lenovo has been accused of using a little known Microsoft feature to automatically re-install bloatware, even if the user wipes the system and does a clean install of Windows.

New Lenovo mobile workstations include Intel Xeon processors

With 6th Generation Intel Xeon CPUs and Nvidia Quadro graphics cards, the Lenovo ThinkPad P50 and P70 offer high end performance without the sticker shock.

The Lenovo Thinkcentre Chromebox Tiny is available now, starting around $200

Thinkcentre is a modular all-in-one, or in Lenovo's terms, a "Tiny-in-One" computer. It's a proof-of-concept for migrating new components to your monitor when you're ready to upgrade.

Lenovo wants your opinion on what to include in a Retro Thinkpad

Lenovo VP David Hill aims to resurrect the 1992 IBM Thinkpad 700c "armed with today's technology", according to PCWorld. Now, thanks to a series of surveys featured on the Lenovo blog, you can take part in the design process, joining…

In defense of laptop batteries: Why they deserve some respect

Laptop batteries rarely grab headlines, but that doesn't mean they haven't changed. Today's slim, attractive and long-lasting notebooks wouldn't be possible without the advancements made in the past half-decade.

Retro-style ThinkPad might resurrect the seven-row keyboard, blue enter key, and more

Lenovo is considering a retro-inspired ThinkPad that combines favorite features from the past two decades with modern hardware and a razor-thin profile.