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Lenovo VIBE K5 Plus: an octa-core budget smartphone

Lenovo VIBE K5 Plus: an octa-core budget smartphone

Lenovo has introduced its new VIBE K5 Plus smartphone, a relatively inexpensive offering packing a 5-inch display and an octa-core processor. While the phone won’t be competing with the high-end offerings out there, it brings with it some notable features, and also includes some of Lenovo’s own software, making it a good option for individuals using one of Lenovo's laptops.

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Lenovo YOGA 510, 710: Core i7, Full HD, 8.5hrs battery life

Lenovo YOGA 510, 710: Core i7, Full HD, 8.5hrs battery life

In the market for a new YOGA? Lenovo has unveiled two new models in the line, the YOGA 510 and YOGA 710. Both devices are similar but bring their own features and strengths to the table, with the YOGA 510 in particular boasting an 8.5 hour battery life and the YOGA 710 having nearly the same run time. The YOGA 710 in particular comes in two sizes, better positioning it to meet different needs.

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Lenovo ideapad MIIX 310 offers detachable hinged keyboard

Lenovo ideapad MIIX 310 offers detachable hinged keyboard

Joining the phones and tablets it has introduced this weekend comes Lenovo’s ideapad MIIX 310, a hybrid device that includes a 10-inch tablet that serves as the display when attached to the bundled keyboard. This, like others before it, allows it to function as a laptop when needed and as a tablet other times, giving the best of both worlds in a single device.

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Google Tango HMD: smartphones’ next step

Google Tango HMD: smartphones’ next step

What Apple did for smartphones, Google will soon be doing for headsets. What you're about to see was born, in part, in the development of Google Glass. It's wearable, but it exists in the virtual realm. Google has begun development of a headset that will be able to map the world around you as you walk through the world. With this headset, you'll enter a second reality, cultivated in Google Cardboard, developed in Project Tango.

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Lenovo now has Ashton Kutcher promoting Moto phones

Lenovo now has Ashton Kutcher promoting Moto phones

"The mobile phone is stuck." If you were told that those words were uttered by Ashton Kutcher, you'd probably start hearing it in the same tone as actor's "Dude, where's my car?" phrase. But Mr. Kutcher's tone on the Motorola blog where he uttered (wrote, actually) those words was serious, very serious. He deplores how innovation in smartphones have basically stagnated, likening it to TV technology where focus has simply been on bigger screens and lower prices. His solution? Why to get a Lenovo Moto smartphone, of course!

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New Android phone puts all chips on speaker upgrade

New Android phone puts all chips on speaker upgrade

Two teaser images from Lenovo reveal the full body of their next smartphone, one whose power rests in speaker quality. Oddly enough, these speakers appear to be sitting on the back of the phone, not the front. As such, users will need to place the smartphone face-down to get the full experience. Like some previous Lenovo smartphones, this one comes with Dolby sound technology - and Dolby branding. Does that make the device enticing enough to consider for you?

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Lenovo YOGA 900 Review — a unique twist on luxury laptops

Lenovo YOGA 900 Review — a unique twist on luxury laptops

When you mention Lenovo, most people think of its black, durable, no-nonsense ThinkPad laptops. That's only a small slice of Lenovo's product lineup, though, and counted among its more ambitious consumer products are the YOGA tablets and laptops. Standing chief among the YOGA products is the YOGA 900, a stylish and powerful laptop with Lenovo's eye-catching watchband hinge.

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New Lenovo Moto smartphone coming in July

New Lenovo Moto smartphone coming in July

while most eyes are already on the flood of smartphones, including those from the likes of Samsung and LG, coming at MWC 2016 next month, the world's largest PC maker has come out to say that it too has a new smartphone coming soon. But "soon" here actually means way down in July. Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang revealed that a "more innovative, more attractive" Moto smartphone for the US will be revealed in a few months, which would make it the first Moto smartphone without the Motorola name and with Lenovo's brand instead.

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Lenovo Yoga 700 Review: a beautiful update to a solid laptop

Lenovo Yoga 700 Review: a beautiful update to a solid laptop

Lenovo is back with an update to its Yoga 3 14, and the successor comes by the name Yoga 700. This model brings with it all the best things a Yoga laptop has to offer, but alongside updated hardware and overall improvements that make for a solid model update. We recently got our hands on the Yoga 700 and took it for a spin; read our full SlashGear review for all the details!

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2016 Motorola smartphones to include fingerprint sensor, 5-inch display [Updated]

2016 Motorola smartphones to include fingerprint sensor, 5-inch display [Updated]

Lenovo Group SVP Chen Xudong has offered up some details about what Lenovo and Motorola have planned for their smartphone lines in 2016. Talking specifically about Lenovo the exec says that it launched too many smartphones last year and cluttered the lineup. In 2016, Lenovo will offer fewer devices to make the product range easier for consumers to understand.

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Motorola clarifies its rebranding scheme

Motorola clarifies its rebranding scheme

We've said it before and this time, Motorola itself is setting the record straight. Motorola Mobility, the formal name of the subsidiary that Lenovo purchased from Google, isn't going anywhere. It will remain as Motorola Mobility inside Lenovo and will, in fact, be given more control over the Chinese OEM's smartphone direction. What is going away, though apparently not completely, is the "Motorola" name, but only as it is used in official marketing materials, preferring to use the more hip "Moto" brand. In everything else, it's still Motorola. At least for now.

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Why Google’s Project Tango is a total game changer

Why Google’s Project Tango is a total game changer

Lenovo announces a Lenovo Tango device, using Google Tango software and cameras that understand space and motion to create a next-gen phone. Today we're going to have a peek at a variety of ways in which Google's Project Tango is both mind-blowing and revolutionary. Inside this software and hardware combo, you'll see how your smart device (smartphone or tablet) will soon allow you to map your whole world, from the inside to the outside. From there, the fun begins.

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