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Motorola may make these major changes in 2019

Motorola may make these major changes in 2019

The year 2019 might well contain more than one watershed moment for Motorola under Lenovo. Sources today say that Motorola will likely remove several smartphone lines from their lineup while they expand one: Moto G. If all goes as planned, the release of the Moto G7 in 2019 will remind us of the launch of the original Moto G all the way back in the year 2013.

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Lenovo foldable phone prototype seen in working condition

Lenovo foldable phone prototype seen in working condition

We’re almost near the end of the year and if Samsung and Huawei make good their “promises”, they would give the world a peek at their foldable smartphone or tablets before 2018 comes to a close. They’re not the only ones playing that game, however. As early as 2016, Lenovo has been showing of prototypes rather than just being all talk. This week, right at the start of its Tech World Conference 2018, yet another prototype was spotted. And yes, it works. Whether it’s usable or ready, however, is still an unanswered question.

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Lenovo Titanium Enterprise boldy goes where no PC has gone before

Lenovo Titanium Enterprise boldy goes where no PC has gone before

We’ve seen all kinds of desktop PC designs, ranging from the utilitarian to the outlandishly lit. The latter is often the purview of PC gamers but at its Tech World Conference in China, Lenovo is appealing to a different circle of geekdom. The name and shape should probably be familiar to anyone familiar with pop culture of the last we decades. But what some might not be aware of is that the Lenovo Titanium Enterprise NCC-1701A is more than just a faithful, not to mention licensed, replica of the iconic spaceship, it’s also a high-end, not to mention expensive, PC.

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Lenovo Z5 Pro will finally catch up with smartphone trends

Lenovo Z5 Pro will finally catch up with smartphone trends

Just because it already owns Motorola doesn’t mean Lenovo has stopped making its own smartphones. In some markets (really only in China), Motorola’s name means squat while Lenovo’s brand resonates more loudly. Or perhaps it used to before the age of Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo, and OnePlus. To prove that it still has what it takes, Lenovo will soon be launching its high-end Lenovo Z5 Pro that will adopt a trendy new design that its compatriots have tried once and then abandoned.

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Google reveals experimental 6DoF VR controllers for Lenovo Mirage Solo

Google reveals experimental 6DoF VR controllers for Lenovo Mirage Solo

Google has revealed new experimental controllers for the Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream. These controllers, which are only available for developers at this time, feature six degrees of freedom (6DoF), bringing "natural and intuitive controls" to the standalone virtual reality headset. Interested developers must apply for a dev kit.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga 3rd-gen Review: a flexible business ultrabook

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga 3rd-gen Review: a flexible business ultrabook

Lenovo has a flexible version of its most popular business ultrabook, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga. As the name suggests, the X1 Yoga brings the X1 lineup's robust business features to Lenovo's flexible Yoga design, enabling users to fold the display entirely back into a tablet-like mode. The model's built-in stylus greatly expands the X1 Yoga's abilities versus the X1 Carbon, but is it worth the transition?

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4 gadgets the Lenovo Yoga Book C930 could replace

4 gadgets the Lenovo Yoga Book C930 could replace

Convergence gave us the smartphone that was also a camera and media player, and now Lenovo's Yoga Book C930 wants to do the same for the larger gadgets that currently fill up your bag. The dual-screen clamshell cherry-picks the best of LCD, E Ink, and digital pen technology, encapsulating them all in an unusually compact design. That might be enough to help oust four other devices from your carry-on.

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Lenovo Yoga Book C930 vs original Yoga Book: What’s new

Lenovo Yoga Book C930 vs original Yoga Book: What’s new

Lenovo's original Yoga Book was an intriguing idea, but it's the Yoga Book C930 announced today where the delivery finally lives up to the sci-fi concept. Now squeezing two displays into its slender notebook form-factor, this modern-day Courier picks up its predecessor's baton and runs with it. Here's what you need to know about the upgrade.

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Lenovo’s Smart Home Essentials are an IoT starter for Smart Displays

Lenovo’s Smart Home Essentials are an IoT starter for Smart Displays

Lenovo's Smart Display works with any connected home tech the Google Assistant supports, but now it's getting into the action with a range of Smart Home Essentials. The new line-up of accessories kicks off with three products, all of which will work with the Lenovo Smart Display as a hub.

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Lenovo C330 and S330 Chromebooks get flexible on a budget

Lenovo C330 and S330 Chromebooks get flexible on a budget

At their most charming, Chromebooks are light, affordable, and long-lasting, and that's just what Lenovo is offering with the new C330 Chromebook and S330 Chromebook. Making their debut at IFA 2018 today, the pair of Chrome OS laptops each offer 10 hours of battery life, but with a choice of form-factors.

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Lenovo’s Yoga Chromebook is a Google Pixelbook killer

Lenovo’s Yoga Chromebook is a Google Pixelbook killer

Chromebooks may have colonized the entry-level of the notebook market, but Google's Pixelbook showed there was space for premium models, and Lenovo is looking to join the party. The new Yoga Chromebook is the PC-maker's first premium Chrome OS machine, with a sleek all-aluminum chassis and a near-edgeless touchscreen.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme detailed with discrete graphics

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme detailed with discrete graphics

Lenovo's given the ThinkPad X1 a super-charged moment with the ThinkPad X1 Extreme, with included discrete graphics. This machine has an Intel CFL-H series CPU inside with up to 6 cores and up to 64GB memory. This laptop comes with a body quite similar to its predecessor, coming with a cool four layers of reinforced carbon fiber up top - it's far less bustable than most.

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