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Lenovo Outs New Consumer Laptops

In the lead up to Tech World 2015, Lenovo has unveiled three new consumer laptops for the Australian market: the ideapad 100, Lenovo Z41 and Lenovo Z51 featuring Intel’s RealSense 3D camera as an optional extra. Pricing starts at $399.


Motorola's 'Roll-Your-Own' Smartphone Service Coming To Australia

Lenovo and Motorola’s build-a-phone service, dubbed “Moto Maker”, will soon be rolling into Australia. It’s essentially a website that allows you to custom-order your smartphone’s appearance and specifications, much like you would when purchasing a laptop. (There’s a small catch with the local release, however.)


There's Another 'Massive Security Risk' In Lenovo's Computers

Earlier this year, it came to light that Lenovo’s laptops came installed with software called Superfish that could leave user data vulnerable. Now, researchers have found that Lenovo’s update system is flawed — and could allow criminals to run commands remotely on the hardware.


Lenovo Y50: Australian Review

The one big thing that separates a gaming laptop from a regular ol’ workaday machine is the presence of a good, discrete graphics card inside it. Lenovo is a PC maker with a line-up dedicated mostly to straight-laced professional notebooks, but it also has a bit of a fun side, too. The Lenovo Y50 is a mainstream Windows 8.1 laptop that also has some pretence at gaming.


Laptop Buying Guide: Brand New Versus Second-Hand

Everyone wants a new laptop, but it can be hard to find the right upgrade at the right price. Another option is to pick something up second-hand – you just might be surprised by the savings.


Lenovo's New Phones: A 16MP Camera-Lookalike, First Dolby Atmos Handset

At the Mobile World Congress, Lenovo has announced a pair of new phones. The first, the Vibe Shot, is a slim phone that has pretensions to be a camera; the second is the A7000, apparently the world’s first smartphone to come with Dolby Atmos.


It Looks Like Lizard Squad Hacked Lenovo

If you happened to visit Lenovo.com this morning you might’ve seen a random teen with an amazing haircut, wearing a headset, and posing for a webcam. This is no accident. It looks like the Lizard Squad hacked in and took over the homepage. It’s a pretty funny hack, honestly.


Lenovo CTO: We Have No Intention Of Shipping A Superfish Product Again

Last week, news broke that many Lenovo computers were shipped with a dangerous piece of Superfish adware, which made the computers vulnerable to malicious hacks. Now, with a class-action lawsuit looming and antivirus vendors pledging to root out the adware, Lenovo’s CTO has said his company is done with Superfish.


How To Remove Superfish Adware From Your Lenovo Computer

We recently learned that PC manufacturer Lenovo is selling computers preinstalled with a dangerous piece of software, called Superfish, that uses a man-in-the-middle attack to break Windows’ encrypted Web connections for the sake of advertising. Research from EFF’s decentralised SSL observatory has seen many thousands of Superfish certificates that have all been signed with the same root certificate, showing that HTTPS security for at least Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Safari for Windows, on all of these Lenovo laptops, is now broken.


Meet Superfish: Lenovo Joins The Malevolent Side Of The Online Advertising Industry

On Wednesday evening, the news began to break on Twitter. Computer security analysts had discovered something nefarious about a piece of advertising software called Superfish, which comes pre-installed on cheap Lenovo laptops like the Yoga 2. Superfish was leaving the laptops wide open to takeover by malicious adversaries. And it was all being done to deliver internet ads.


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