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Lenovo's New Thinkpad Helix: A Full, Fanless PC In An iPad-Size Body

Lenovo introduced its Helix detachable last year, with an 11.6-inch, 1080p screen, a beefy Intel Core i5 chip inside and a battery-boosting keyboard dock. Pretty much a Surface Pro. This year it’s back with a new, slimmer body and it’s one of the first gadgets out there to rep Intel’s newest “Core M” brains.


Lenovo Tab S8: Skinny, Cheap And Surprisingly OK

Now everyone owns a tablet it’s a little harder to get excited by a new offering from Lenovo — but its new Tab S8 is super-skinny, reasonably specced and, best of all, pretty damn cheap.


Lenovo's ThinkPad 10 Tablet Is A Microsoft Surface At A Slight Discount

Taking some small inspiration from Microsoft’s last Surface tablet, the Lenovo Thinkpad 10 has a 10.1-inch Full HD touchscreen, supports a digitiser pen, and can be bought with a magnetic cover that can wake the tablet from sleep mode.


Motorola Moto X: Australian Review

Motorola is back. Again. The flagship Moto X is finally on Australian shelves after almost six months waiting for it. Has the delay killed its chances Down Under? Should you buy it?


New Intel Processors Are Making Chromebooks More Versatile Than Ever

Intel has just unveiled a slew of new Celeron-powered Chromebooks at a press conference in San Francisco. The Chromebook market is about to get much more capable and much more competitive — here’s what’s in store.


The Lenovo N20P Chromebook Will Bend Over Backwards For You

Lenovo has just announced the release dates and feature sets of its two latest Chromebook iterations ahead of today’s press conference and there’s something for everyone in the offering.


Lenovo Recalling 150,000 Laptop Batteries

Lenovo is asking for 150,000 customers in Australia and around the world to check their ThinkPad laptops; a dozen different models are affected by a battery recall due to some 3-, 6- and 9-cell batteries overheating.


Can Motorola Still Be Awesome Without Google?

You can make all kinds of guesses about why Google sold Motorola. Did it only want the patents all along? Is it making nice with Samsung? But a more pressing question has been weighing on our minds: “So uh… what about the Moto X?”


Why Did Google Sell Motorola?

Google has officially dumped Motorola Mobility for $US2.9 billion to Lenovo. Here’s why.


Lenovo Officially Buys Motorola Mobility From Google For $3 Billion, And Why That Kind Of Makes Sense [Updated]

Oh Motorola at Google. We barely knew thee. Reports are flying around this morning that Confirmed: Lenovo is the new owner of Motorola Mobility, having bought the company from Google for $US2.91 billion. That’s a $US9 billion discount for those playing at home.


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