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Moto Z3 PLAY leaks lovely looks in one shot

Moto Z3 PLAY leaks lovely looks in one shot

The next Moto Z [PLAY] smartphone appeared on the web on April 25th as a single 2-sided render. This image showed the front and the back of this Moto Z3 PLAY device, the third-generation smartphone in a line of plug-and-play modular smartphone devices. This device will likely be revealed officially by Motorola and/or Lenovo very, very soon.

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Moto G6 and E5 detailed in full (Plus and Play, too)

Moto G6 and E5 detailed in full (Plus and Play, too)

Motorola's 2018 lineup of midrange and low-cost smartphones includes Moto G6 (6th generation Moto G) and Moto E5. These devices are further expanded with "Plus" and "Play" models for those users that want the same device, just a tiny bit larger or with a bigger battery. Each of these devices are set to be released and priced according to local timing and market.

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Star Wars Holochess comes to iPhone

Star Wars Holochess comes to iPhone

All iPhone devices able to run ARKit can now play Holochess from the Star Wars universe. This is the game most famously played onboard the Millennium Falcon by R2-D2 and Chewbacca - but it also appeared in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and in analog format in Rogue One. Now, thanks to Lenovo, we're able to play anywhere.

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Moto X5, Moto Mods in danger amidst layoffs

Moto X5, Moto Mods in danger amidst layoffs

Motorola may be having a worse year than it is letting on. It has more or less confirmed that it has laid off a good number of its workforce in Chicago but assures that the Moto Z phones are going to be affected. It turns out, however, other lines might not be so lucky. A source now claims that Motorola has axed the Moto X5 and is looking into decreasing its expenditures on “more eccentric” Moto Mods for the Moto Z family.

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Moto G6 Play photos leak after regulatory visit

Moto G6 Play photos leak after regulatory visit

A lot of us expected Motorola to reveal the Moto G6 Play at MWC this year, but such an announcement never arrived. Motorola did tease the device during the show, but unfortunately, that's as far as it went. The absence of the phone at MWC doesn't mean that it isn't on the way, however, and today we're learning that we could be heading for an announcement.

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Motorola RAZR might return in a different way

Motorola RAZR might return in a different way

The RAZR is arguably Motorola’s most iconic phone, even if, in terms of functionality, it didn’t exactly stand out from other mobile phones back then. Instead, it was revolutionary in its design, both in its overall appearance as well as its loyalty to the dying flip phone form factor. Given that it seems fashionable to revive iconic phones these days, there is a chance, however slim, that the RAZR phone will get its own comeback. But it might not be in the form that you’d expect.

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Lenovo Flex 14 is a 2-in-1 for the budget-minded

Lenovo Flex 14 is a 2-in-1 for the budget-minded

Lenovo's biggest announcement of MWC 2018 is certainly the new Yoga 730, but with a price starting at nearly $900, these new notebooks definitely aren't for everyone. Enter the Lenovo Flex 14, which was also revealed today and has a much lower starting price than its Yoga-branded brothers. In that sense, this is a 2-in-1 machine that's aimed at people who are looking for a new notebook on a budget.

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Lenovo Yoga 730 packs Alexa and Cortana into the same 2-in-1

Lenovo Yoga 730 packs Alexa and Cortana into the same 2-in-1

Lenovo has showed up to MWC 2018 with a pair of new Yoga 2-in-1 notebooks in tow. The company today announced the 13-inch and 15-inch Yoga 730, which offer a number of improvements over their predecessors. Perhaps the most interesting thing about these new Yoga notebooks, however, isn't the hardware on the inside, but how Lenovo approaches AI smart assistants.

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Lenovo Legion Y720 Review

Lenovo Legion Y720 Review

As someone who primarily games on PC, my advice to anyone who’s looking to get into PC gaming is usually going to be to build their own. Up until recently, I would have written that my advice would be to always go the custom build route, but thanks to that thorn in the side of the gaming enthusiast known as cryptocurrency mining, that may not be entirely realistic for a while. In turn, this makes buying pre-built PCs a better proposition than it usually is, and there are plenty of manufacturers ready and waiting to fill the gaps. Lenovo is once such manufacturer, with its Y720 offering solid mid-to-high-range hardware in a mobile package.

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Review: Lenovo YOGA 920

Review: Lenovo YOGA 920

Lenovo is back with one of its most attractive laptops to date, the YOGA 920. This model is slim, lightweight, with a design nearing luxury. The YOGA 920 isn't just a pretty face, though, as Lenovo has packed some of the latest and greatest Intel hardware into this flexible notebook. How does it compare to other ultrabooks? Read on to find out!

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Lenovo X1 Carbon 5th-gen recalled over fire risk: a screw is to blame

Lenovo X1 Carbon 5th-gen recalled over fire risk: a screw is to blame

Lenovo is recalling its excellent X1 Carbon laptop, the reason being a screw that could potentially result in a fire. The recall announcement was made by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, which posted details on the issue today. According to the CPSC, an "unfastened screw" may cause battery damage that results in it overheating, which could then trigger a fire.

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Lenovo Fingerprint Manager has a terrible security flaw

Lenovo Fingerprint Manager has a terrible security flaw

Intel may have set the tone of 2018 with its Meltdown and Spectre double whammy. While security flaws are, of course, nothing new, but now a lot more attention, including from mainstream media, is being given to them. Lenovo’s newest problem might not be as damning as Intel’s but it might equally be for those owning certain ThinkPad PCs. According to the manufacturer’s bulletin, its fingerprint manager software has a bug that could potentially give hackers easy access to those computers, even when user credentials are encrypted.

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