Lenovo-owned Motorola announced a pair of affordable new Android handsets on Tuesday morning. Motorola’s famous Moto G line is getting two new members this year, including the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus. The phones are virtually identical, but the Plus version does sport a better camera, a fingerprint sensor, more RAM and more storage. More →
Navigation apps are some of my most frequently used mobile apps. But Google Maps, Apple Maps, and all the other maps apps out there can only do so much: They’ll get you to your destination with high accuracy, as long as you don’t have to find your way somewhere indoors. That’s where things can quickly go sour.
Navigating a crowded shopping mall, finding your loved ones in a museum abroad, or simply locating your favorite toothpaste in a new shop might be problematic and there’s no navigation app to help out. At least not yet.
But Google, whose Google Maps is one of the best outdoors navigation apps you can think of, is working on it. And Lenovo is there to help. More →
Lenovo made a splash at CES 2016, announcing several computing devices worth checking out such as tablets, quirky mobile accessories and new laptops. The company isn’t done, however, and it’s ready to make the most of MWC 2016. Lenovo might not have a “next big thing” to take on the Galaxy S7 and LG G5 today, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore the company. Its brand new products are catered towards buyers looking for hot tech on a tighter budget, which is definitely not a bad agenda, and they all pack quite a punch in terms of performance.
In total, Lenovo is taking the wraps off no less than nine new products at MWC, including two smartphones, three tablets and four notebooks, each one hiding a few gems under the hood. More →
It’s early January, which means much of the tech world is focussed on the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. We’ve already seen a variety of interesting announcements coming from CES 2016 already from numerous companies, including both big names in the tech world and newcomers. Smart cars and driverless vehicles are in focus this year, but there are plenty of other new products being shown off, with many of them bound to hit stores later this year.
In what follows, we’ll take a quick look at five such devices that were unveiled at this year’s CES. More →
Razer and Lenovo announced on Friday that they will be collaborating on a new line of gaming computers in 2016. The two companies will both be represented on special Razer Edition models of Lenovo’s Y series gaming PCs, giving Lenovo a chance to gain some additional credibility among the core gamer market. More →
Black Friday is fast approaching, but you can already find some terrific deals on brand new laptops right now. If you’re in the market for a new portable PC and you’ve done your research, you know that Lenovo is among the best in the biz. Of course, you also know that if you stick with the BGR Deals team, you never have to pay full price — even for the best.
For a limited time only, Amazon is offering discounted prices on three great Lenovo laptops that all run Windows 10 and are powered by lightning-fast Intel Core i7 processors. These sale prices expire at midnight PST on Sunday, November 22, so make sure you act fast if you see anything you like. More →
Lenovo is at the annual IFA trade show in a big way this year, and the company just let loose with its second round of big announcements. The first round of announcements came hot and heavy at 3:00 a.m. this morning, and it seemed like the company was done. Think again, because Lenovo just piled on a slew of new computers, tablets, smartphones and accessories that were just announced in Berlin, Germany.
When Microsoft went up against its own Windows hardware partners and launched the Surface line of laptop/tablet hybrids, pundits weren’t sure what to make of the move. The hardware was much more sleek and attractive than anything else on the market at the time, and many initially thought the move was merely an effort to encourage Windows PC makers to step up their game. Of course, anyone who is even the least bit familiar with the amount of work involved with bringing a new product like this to market knew that notion was ridiculous: As of the moment that the first Surface tablets debuted, Microsoft officially became a PC vendor.
The Surface line has since grown into a more respectable business for Microsoft thanks to the lineup’s iconic design that’s portable yet perfect for productivity. Now, however, Lenovo has unveiled a device that is essentially a clone of Microsoft’s latest Surface tablets, but it is significantly more affordable. More →
Tradition dictates that the heavyweights in the computing world are always the ultra lightweights, which is why the Lenovo LaVie Z is such a knockout. More →
Remember back in 2012 when a local Fox affiliate thought some crazy iPhone 5 concept with a built-in laser keyboard and hologram projector was real? The video featuring that iPhone concept phone has since amassed more than 69 million views on YouTube, and it looks like at least a few of those views were Lenovo employees.
That’s right, Lenovo plans to make that crazy concept a reality. More →