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Lenovo recalls dangerous laptop batteries citing fire hazard

Lenovo has started recalling some ThinkPad battery packs over a potential fire hazard risk. According to a statement issued by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, about 2,900 batteries sold in Canada, and about 34,500 batteries sold in the US…

Lenovo aiming for further acquisitions to boost growth

Lenovo on Tuesday vowed to continue to acquire more companies in an effort to ramp up growth. After purchasing Motorola Mobility for $2.91 billion from Google and IBM’s low-end server business for $2.3 billion earlier this year, the Chinese PC…

Lenovo Miix 2 8 Review: Good, Affordable 8-inch Tablet With One Major Flaw

The Miix 2 8 isn’t geared up for high performance tasks, nor does it have top-end features, but its use of an Intel Atom x86-capable processor and 1280 x 800 display present very decent value for the tablet’s $240 asking price.

The use of aluminum as part of the Miix 2 8’s slim design is great to see, and its overall size is quite comfortable, striking a great mix between portability and usability. All of this is complemented by Windows 8.1 itself, which may not have the greatest selection of touch-enabled apps, but does have a fantastic range of built-in features for power users.

Lenovo Miix 2 8 Review

Lenovo to reorganize into four business divisions

Just a few days after Lenovo unveiled plans to buy IBM's low-end server business, the Chinese PC maker has announced that it will split its businesses into four divisions: PC, mobile, enterprise, and ecosystem and cloud services. While the first…

Smartphone shipments reportedly surpass 1 billion in 2013

While cellphone shipments have hit one billion in a year previously, smartphones in particular have not, until now. According to the IDC, smartphones shipments surpassed one billion for the first time in 2013. Having said that, another research group called Strategy Analytics feels…

Lenovo rolls out $199 Beacon home cloud center at CES

Lenovo has introduced its first personal cloud storage device at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 in Las Vegas. Dubbed Lenovo Beacon, it is essentially a wireless network attached storage (NAS) device allowing users to both upload and play media using their…

Lenovo launches first 4G LTE smartphone, the Vibe Z

Lenovo has had some pretty impressive mobile hardware hit the scene in recent memory but many have stayed at bay because they’ve all lacked speedy LTE connectivity. That’s all changing now as the company’s first 4G LTE smartphone is making…

Lenovo Erazer X700 Gaming PC Review

Lenovo is well-known for its diverse portfolio of offerings spanning home and business. Gaming, on the other hand, is one area Lenovo has mostly ignored over the years. With that in mind, we introduce to you the Erazer X700 -- Lenovo’s first stab at a PC tailored for gamers. Features which qualify the X700 as a full-fledged gaming PC are its unique exterior, performance-centered parts, ample tool-free expandability, liquid cooling and OneKey overclocking. Sound good so far?

LG reportedly creating its first Chrome OS devices

LG has created Android devices over the past while, and now it looks as though it may be teaming up with Google for another kind of product. A report from TMWatch points at LG and Google getting together to produce…