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After releasing its first technical preview of Azure Stack earlier this year, Microsoft announced that its hybrid cloud product will only run on integrated solutions made by Dell, HPE and Lenovo.
Lenovo said in 2011 that it would launch a Windows phone. Microsoft announced the same in 2014, and again in 2015. Now, Lenovo has finally launched its first Windows handset, exclusively in Japan.
Microsoft is offering free Docks with certain Surface models, $50 off the Lumia 650, £80 off a 1TB Xbox One, 50% off various accessories, and up to $1,000 off PCs, in a One Day Sale in the US and UK.
The latest data from Gartner shows that the PC market has continued its overall decline with Apple seeing a big drop. But there are signs things might be better in the next few quarters.
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Following price rises from Dell and OnePlus, Lenovo says that it's also considering increasing prices, and potential job cuts, among other options - but it seems that no decisions have yet been made.
Old Intel code still present in UEFI firmware used by many machines has left devices open to attacks. Lenovo admits that the Secure Boot-disabling vulnerability's scope of impact is industry wide.
Lenovo might not have given up on the Moto E series yet, as a device named Moto E3 Power has passed the Wi-Fi Alliance's certification process recently, and might be launching soon.
The unlocked versions of the Moto G4 and G4 Plus can now be pre-ordered from Motorola's website in the US, and retailers such as Best Buy and B&H are offering a $50 gift card with each order.
Qualcomm was happy to announce earlier today that it would be supporting Google's Tango mixed reality technology with its chips. The first Snapdragon to support it is the 652 but the 820 will follow.
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Lenovo has finally unveiled its Project Tango handset that was first teased at CES 2016. The Phab2 Pro will be available in September globally and be priced at $499 USD.
Lenovo's Tech World 2016 event will start at 10am PST, but those not in attendance will still get to take part in the event in the form of a livestream. Watch as Lenovo unveils its latest innovations.
Lenovo's second annual 'Tech World' event will be hosted this week and it will be the platform from which the company unveils its Project Tango smartphone. New Motorola devices will also be revealed.
From holo-pursuits and virtual thrills, to plants that talk back, iPads unbricked, bizarre Band 2 pricing, and lovely/creepy robots, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Lenovo's ZUK sub-brand has announced the Snapdragon 820-powered successor to last year's Z1 today, which will be available starting June 7 but can now be pre-ordered in China.
Lenovo retained Motorola's Moto G lineup of smartphones and launched new devices in the series yesterday without changing much, but it seems the flagship X series is set to be replaced by Moto Z.
Lenovo has launched the Moto G4 and G4 Plus smartphones at its event in New Delhi just now, the devices will initially go on sale in India and Brazil before expanding to other markets.
Lenovo's Zuk Z2 Pro has a Snapdragon 820 processor, 128GB storage, a USB Type-C port, 13MP rear camera and a whopping 6GB RAM - and it's now available to purchase in China for the equivalent of $415.
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Lenovo has just launched the Cyanogen OS 12.1-powered ZUK Z1 smartphone in India, and has started taking registrations on Amazon India ahead of its release on May 19.
A new image has leaked of Motorola's upcoming flagship, the Moto X. The image offers a glimpse of a metal body chassis, giving it a refined look. The camera has also been revamped.
The Lenovo Solution Centre, pre-bundled on almost every Lenovo PC, has been found to have a flaw that could put affected PCs at risk of attack, by allowing elevated privileges on the machine.
Lenovo's sub-brand ZUK launched its first smartphone, the Z1, towards the end of last year and now the company has teased the launch of the device in India under the Lenovo Z1 name.
After departing from Lenovo recently, former Motorola president Rick Osterloh is now returning to Google to take charge of the company's unified hardware division as a Senior Vice President.
The upcoming Moto G smartphone has started making appearances in leaked images online, but the actual launch could be more than a month away, according to hints from Lenovo's CEO.
Lenovo's new ZUK Z2 Pro follows a new trend by offering 6GB of RAM, along with a super fast fingerprint sensor and plenty of smart tracking sensors that could render your fitness wearable useless.
It's no secret that the PC is no longer the king of the computing world in terms of shipments, but only two vendors of the top five actually managed a small growth, while the others saw a big hit.
Microsoft has slashed hundreds of bucks off a wide range of desktops, all-in-ones, 2-in-1s, notebooks and more - including many with the latest Intel Skylake processors - from multiple manufacturers.
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Lenovo has unveiled a new line of tablets dubbed the TAB3. There's a 10-inch, a 7-inch and an 8-inch model, with the first one being aimed at businesses, while the latter two designed for families.
Lenovo has kicked off their MWC 2016 reveals with four new laptops starting at $229 for the Surface-like 2-in-1 MIIX 310 all the way up to a base price of $799 for the YOGA 710.
Lenovo is kicking off MWC a bit early and has now announced of couple of new smartphones. The VIBE K5 and its bigger brother the K5 Plus are positioned as affordable entry devices with decent specs.
Mobile World Congress - the biggest event in the mobile industry calendar - is upon us once again, and Neowin is there too. Check out some of the devices that are expected to appear in the week ahead.
Photos have been leaked of what looks to be new Moto smartphones in development. They hint at a new metal design for the Moto X and show off different colored rear covers for a lower-end Moto device.
This previous year was terrible for the PC market, with sales seeing their biggest decline on record. The launch of Windows 10 did little to help the market, being a free upgrade.
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During CES, a Motorola exec has revealed that Lenovo would be removing the iconic company's brand name from its smartphones but will retain the Moto moniker for premium devices.
Lenovo has announced their plans to release a Project Tango device that will be available to consumers starting this summer. Lenovo was mum on specifics, but did say it would cost under $500 USD.
Lenovo teased gaming hardware with built-in Razer Chroma lighting last year and now we are getting a handful of both new and updated products with this unique (and colorful) edition.
Lenovo's ThinkVision X1 is a $799 27-inch display with 3840x2160px resolution and an ultra-thin 'edge-to-edge' design - and it's also the world's first monitor to get TUV Eye-Comfort certification.
Priced from $1,029, Lenovo's new business-class all-in-one PC features a 23.8-inch display with an 'ultra-thin frame' built on an aluminum chassis, along with the latest Intel Skylake processors.
Lenovo is launching updated devices before the start of CES 2016, including a 'modular tablet' that can be customized to fit the user's needs. Also on the list is an upgraded Yoga convertible.
Lenovo, Dell and Toshiba have been found to be shipping vulnerable bundleware on their PCs. The software would allow attackers to execute code and commands with system level permissions.
It's day two of Microsoft's '12 Days of Deals' and it looks like those looking for a laptop will get a sweet discount on a Lenovo Ideapad 100-15IBY Signature Edition.
Lenovo announced today that it will partner with gaming company Razer to produce new products targeted specifically toward gamers, with a new gaming desktop PC scheduled for release in 2016.
Lenovo is offering up to £200 cashback on a range of PCs, including some of its latest and greatest Windows 10 devices, featuring 6th-gen Intel Core i7 'Skylake' CPUs, up to 2TB storage and 16GB RAM.
If you're in the market for a hybrid laptop, you might want to take a look at the Lenovo's latest, the Yoga 700. The '700' will be offered in an 11 and 14-inch variant and will start at $699.