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.
Lenovo clearly doesn't want to miss out on the 3D revolution, and has today announced a 3D laptop aimed at gamers and movie fans.
Are you tired of lugging around a heavy laptop that offers sub-par performance and an all-too short battery life?
Lenovo is reportedly considering a possible acquisition of Palm after HTC (unsurprisingly ) declined to make an opening bid for the moribund company.
Palm has put itself up for sale and is actively looking for bids this week, according to Bloomberg.
A senior analyst has predicted that global shipments of non-X86 powered smartbooks will reach 163 million in 2015.