Intel's issued its first serious challenge to ARM with the announcement that its chips are to feature in smartphones from Motorola and Lenovo.
While there is still a lot of uncertainty about the future of Google TV as it stands now, Lenovo is ready to jump outside the box.
Lenovo is showcasing its new Nvidia Tegra 3-powered tablet at CES 2012. The 10-inch IdeaTab K2 boasts a premium IPS display and runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).
Prominent Silicon Valley analyst Jon Peddie believes PC innovation likely died in 1984, although the industry has yet to take any real notice.
Intel may be betting big on Ultrabooks, but a number of first-tier notebook vendors plan on limiting their initial shipments to well below 50,000 units.
Lenovo has debuted its $200 IdeaPad A1 tablet. The Android Gingerbread device boasts a 7-inch display (1,024 x 600), a 7 hour battery life, weighs approximately 400 grams (0.88 pounds) and is under 0.5 inches (1.27 centimeters) thick.
Not to be outdone by Apple, AMD has finally named a new CEO, allowing interim Chief Executive Officer Thomas Seifert to return to his role as senior VP and CFO.
China has reportedly overtaken the U.S. as the largest personal-computer market while America struggles to extricate itself from a self-imposed economic quagmire.
Despite Lenovo's continuous growth in the rapidly expanding Chinese PC market, it wasn't enough to keep Apple from briskly leapfrogging to the top spot.
Lenovo wants to take on Apple’s sleek and sexy MacBook Air with devices like the Windows-powered ThinkPad X1.
Computer manufacturer Lenovo has just tossed new flames into the tablet fire, including a rare Windows-powered iPad competitor.
Lenovo's Android 3.0-equipped tablet looks for a June release date.
iDreamsky is launching a social gaming and distribution platform for Android titles in the Chinese market.
Tobii Technology and Lenovo announced today the world’s first integrated eye-controlled laptop. That means that instead of a mouse or trackpad, you will be able to use your eyes to select, scroll and navigate through you’re the computer’s interface. COOL.
Lenovo has rebooted its hybrid tablet/docking station with a new name and specs. The standalone tablet, re-dubbed "LePad," now runs either Google Android 2.1 or 2.2 (Froyo) instead of the custom Linux-based Skylight OS.
When we're not talking about 4G or 3D at next month's CES, one of the major focuses will be the multimedia tablet market, an area that didn't really even exist until the launch of the iPad.
Lenovo believes its Ebox video game system - manufactured by daughter company Eedoo - will provide a viable alternative to consoles manufactured by Microsoft (Xbox 360), Sony (PS3) and Nintendo (Wii).
Lenovo is reportedly putting the finishing touches on an enigmatic video game console known as the "eBox."
Remember all those talking heads who predicted that tablets and low-cost laptops would kill off the humble netbook? Well, consumer interest in such entry-level devices has apparently shown little sign of waning.
The tablet train is now officially rolling. Earlier this week, details came out about HP's WebOS-based multimedia tablet as well as an Android tablet from Asus, and now Lenovo is joining in the fray.