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Lenovo opens the Moto Mod floodgates, commits to 12 per year

Lenovo opens the Moto Mod floodgates, commits to 12 per year

If you're a fan of the modular Moto Z, then you're apparently in for a treat, as Lenovo has committed to releasing 12 Moto Mods per year. The Moto Z family has already received seven different mods since it launched back in July, so Lenovo is already throwing a lot of weight behind its modular phone. From here it seems like things will only get better for Moto Z owners, which is definitely an exciting proposition.

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Moto Z mods: 5G and 4 more possibilities for play

Moto Z mods: 5G and 4 more possibilities for play

Motorola has big plans for the Moto Z and its accompanying Moto Mods as we move into 2017. Now with seven different mods offered for its Moto Z family of phones, Motorola senior vice president of product management John Touvannas suggested at a press event yesterday that a 5G mod could be in the pipeline. Obviously such a mod would be a while off, but launching a mod with 5G capabilities would mean that folks wouldn't necessarily need to upgrade their phones to take advantage of faster networks.

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Moto Z’s latest Moto Mods include a car mount and Mophie battery pack

Moto Z’s latest Moto Mods include a car mount and Mophie battery pack

A pair of new Moto Mods have been introduced for the Moto Z family. Utility is the name of the game with these latest Moto Mods, with the first being a battery pack from the folks over at Mophie. The second is a car mount from Incipio, and it comes with some extra functionality meant to keep your hands on the wheel.

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Moto Z may get Project Tango support through add-on module

Moto Z may get Project Tango support through add-on module

Google's Tango augmented reality platform might soon find a new audience in Moto Z users. Motorola apparently sees an opportunity to get in on the ground floor when it comes to AR, with CEO Aymar de Lencquesaing suggesting that its flagship phone could eventually see support for Project Tango. Support wouldn't be added through a special edition Moto Z, but rather through a new Tango module.

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Lenovo Miix 520 leaked, still looks like a Surface tablet

Lenovo Miix 520 leaked, still looks like a Surface tablet

Microsoft’s Surface line of tablets definitely inspired not a few of its hardware partners to follow its trail, not just in concept but, in some cases, even in design. WinFuture has just gotten word of such a 2-in-1 tablet coming from Lenovo, said to be the Miix 520. If that looks familiar, aside from a Surface Pro deja vu, of course, you might have caught a glimpse of the Lenovo Miix 510 unveiled not long ago. You wouldn’t be off the mark, as this Miix 520 is practically a refresh, with beefier specs and presumably higher price tag.

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Lenovo YOGA 910 Review

Lenovo YOGA 910 Review

Lenovo has an update to its previously launched (and quite gorgeous) YOGA 900, and it is called the YOGA 910. This new model is no less beautiful than its 900 counterpart, bringing with it all the luxurious underpinnings and elements of the 900 with some notable updates, including a fully CNC-machined aluminum body and a 7th-gen Intel processor. Is the 910 worth the extra cost over the older 900? Read on to find out.

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MacBook Pro sales beat total Surface Book sales in less than five days

MacBook Pro sales beat total Surface Book sales in less than five days

The reaction to Apple's changes with the new MacBook Pro will vary depending on who you're talking to, but it would seem that the Apple faithful have come out in force for these new machines. According to a new report from Slice Intelligence, the new MacBook Pros have been quite successful out of the gate. Sales have managed to outpace not only Apple's competitors, but also the previous 12-inch MacBook.

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All-metal Moto M gets listed online ahead of official debut

All-metal Moto M gets listed online ahead of official debut

“M” is for metal. Or so we think it is. It’s definitely not for “magnificent” or “maximum”. Lenovo and Moto have yet to actually announce the smartphone, but the Moto M has already broken cover on the Tmall webshop, giving us a glimpse of the first ever all-metal Moto smartphone. And that metal design might actually be the best thing about the Moto M, as the spec sheet for the device reveal a mixed bag of mid-range specs that will have a hard time standing out from the crowd.

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5 reasons to get excited about Lenovo’s Google Tango Phone

5 reasons to get excited about Lenovo’s Google Tango Phone

The Lenovo Phab2 Pro is the first consumer aimed Google Tango phone released to the public for sale. We've been digging our fingernails into our kneecaps in anticipation. We've been waiting for a consumer device with Tango since Tango was first made public. Now, with a variety of examples in awesome augmented experiences, we're going to show you why.

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Lenovo’s Google Tango phone released for sale with one tiny caveat

Lenovo’s Google Tango phone released for sale with one tiny caveat

The first smartphone with Google Tango hardware and software is now available from Lenovo. This release is long awaited, the phone having appeared in February of 2016. Back then, in Barcelona, the company only had images of the smartphone available to see. Now in November of 2016 Lenovo has the device ready for shipment.

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Lenovo Moto M specs leak, including huge 5,100mAh battery

Lenovo Moto M specs leak, including huge 5,100mAh battery

The now Lenovo-owned Motorola has been responsible for a number of high-quality mid-range Android devices, including the Moto G and Moto Z. There's been whispers of a successor for some now, and the latest leaks peg it as the upcoming Moto M. There's no word on when it will be released, but the specs were just published this week, and there's one detail that really jumps out: a massive 5,100mAh battery.

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Lenovo Phab 2 Pro will finally do the Tango next week

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro will finally do the Tango next week

Google may have dropped the ball on the modular Project Ara, but its other big mobile project is now just a few days away. Well, actually Project Tango has been around for quite a while now, but available only for a select few researchers and developers. Next week, however,m will mark the first time that the technology will be landing on consumers’ hands, via the delayed but finally coming Lenovo Phab 2 Pro.

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