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Lenovo’s smart speaker also doubles as your bedside alarm clock

Imagine your Google Home Mini grew a screen, and displayed the time. That’s what the Lenovo Smart Clock is, and it’s positioned as the perfect smart speaker for your bedside. With a 4-inch IPS touchscreen display alongside the smart speaker, the Smart Clock accepts voice commands, and replies back to you not just with voice, but occasionally with visual data too. Designed to be the smart speaker that wakes you up and gets you ready for the day, the Lenovo Smart Clock is like a dedicated Google-b...
Tags: Google, Gadgets, Design, Audio, Ces, Lenovo, Product Design, Smart Clock, Google Home Mini, Ces2019

Choose your own adventure with 13 Google for Education tools

Editor’s note: This week, we’re joining thousands of educators and students at BETT in London. Visit us at booth C230, where you can demo a range of Chromebooks designed for education, including the brand new Chrome OS tablet. Follow along on Twitter and Facebook for the latest news and updates. Power up a Chromebook and watch as it transports students to the Taj Mahal, the Great Barrier Reef or a state-of-the-art science lab. It’s like magic, except the magicians are the teachers who inspire...
Tags: Google, Facebook, UK, England, London, Education, Chromebook, Great Barrier Reef, Arduino, Lenovo, Chromebooks, Stockholm, Classroom, Scholastic, LMS, Bett

Microsoft Debuts New Low-Cost Laptops and 'Classroom Pen' For Schools

Microsoft is doubling down on the education market, a competitive arena for the world's largest tech giants, with a series of new low-cost laptops and tools to help students and teachers work together. From a report: At the BETT education conference in London Tuesday, Microsoft unveiled seven new laptops and two-in-one tablets made by partners like Lenovo, Dell and Acer and a new Microsoft Classroom Pen designed for the smaller hands of kids. Starting at $189, the low-cost devices are designed t...
Tags: London, Microsoft, Tech, Acer, Dell, Lenovo, Bett, Lenovo Dell

Microsoft doubles down on education with cheap laptops and a $40 Surface pen

Microsoft may be king when it comes to mainstream PCs, but it’s no secret Google has built a commanding lead selling devices meant for education in the US. So today at the BETT education conference, Microsoft and its partners (Dell, Acer, Lenovo) are announcing seven inexpensive laptops to tackle the onslaught of equally-cheap Chromebooks. The starting prices for the laptops range from $189 to $319, including three convertibles. The most interesting of these is probably the updated Lenovo 300e 2...
Tags: Google, Startups, Microsoft, US, Lenovo, Insider, Bett, Plugged, Dell Acer Lenovo

This is likely our best look yet at Motorola's revamped Razr flip phone with a foldable display

Design patents filed by Motorola in December 2018 were discovered after a Wall Street Journal report said that a new Razr flip-phone-style device with a foldable display is on its way from Lenovo, Motorola's parent company. The design patents don't definitively reveal what the new device will look like, but they give us a general idea as to what it could look like.  The design patents show a device that's nearly identical to the original Razr V3 flip phone.  Last Wednesday, The Wall Street Jo...
Tags: Motorola, Trends, Lenovo, Wall Street Journal, Lenovo Motorola, Google Pixel

Lenovo patent hints at a future tablet with a folding screen

Folding devices are a new trend, and according to a recent patent, Lenovo is considering a foldable 2-in-1 with a hinge mechanism that would allow consumers to bend back the screen on the device.  The post Lenovo patent hints at a future tablet with a folding screen appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Computing, Tablets, Lenovo, Patent, Folding Smartphone

Motorola RAZR smartphone with foldable display patent surfaces

Lenovo-owned Motorola is said to be working on reviving the RAZR series with a foldable display. The device is even rumored to go official in February, now we have our first look at what looks like Motorola RAZR courtesy of a recent registration with the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO). The design was filed on December 17th, 2018. It shows a device with a folding screen on the inside, alongside a second smaller screen on the outside. Though the RAZR name does not appear anywhe...
Tags: Verizon, Motorola, News, US, Blogging, RAR, Rumors, Lenovo, Motorola Mobility, Paul Pierce, World Intellectual Property Organisation WIPO

Three concept designers visualize what the 2019 iPhone will look like

Leaks have become a very common part of Apple’s launch process. When you’re as big as Apple is, it’s difficult to keep everyone quiet. Somewhere in some part of the world, a factory worker clicks a picture of the iPhone Gorilla Glass being prototyped, or the aluminum frame being machined, and the rumors spread like wildfire. Helping bring some sort of depth to these rumors are concept phone designers, who quickly put together renders that, after a couple of rumors, end up looking exactly like th...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Twitter, Design, News, Samsung, Cellphones, Leaks, Rumors, Lenovo, Huawei, Editorial, Concept, Product Design, Xi, 2019

Motorola's RAZR Is Returning As a $1,500 Folding Smartphone

A new report from The Wall Street Journal says the Motorola RAZR might be making a comeback as a $1,500 foldable screen smartphone, and it could launch as early as February. The Verge reports: The original RAZR was one of the most iconic cellphones ever made, and it seems that Motorola's parent company Lenovo is looking to cash in on that branding with an updated foldable phone (similar to the one that Samsung has teased for later this year). Per the WSJ, the new RAZR will be exclusive to Verizo...
Tags: Verizon, Motorola, Samsung, Tech, Lenovo, Wall Street Journal, WSJ

Small Businesses Add 89,000 Jobs But Minimum Wage Issues Loom

It’s another week where, on one hand, things look good for small business across the country. And then … There’s that other hand. In the last week, we reported that small businesses and franchise businesses were each busy at the end of 2018 filling open jobs. That’s great. In total, according to ADP, it was more than 118,000 jobs between the two. The 89,000 jobs added by small businesses in December, alone, was a record for this particular report. But are we on the cusp of seeing some negative ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, New York City, Sales, United States, South Dakota, States, Lenovo, ADP, Mastercard, The Supreme Court, AT T, United States Supreme Court, DepositPhotos, Small Business News, Wayfair Inc

AR startup Meta’s assets sold to a mystery ‘known name’ that will support existing headsets

Augmented reality technology enables us to see things in places where they may not actually exist. And sometimes, that paradigm might also apply to augmented reality startups themselves. Meta, the AR startup that was incubated at Y-Combinator and became the first to ship a set of “end-to-end” AR glasses (including hardware, software, direct tracking optics and SDK) to the market, raising a lot of money and high hopes in the process — only to crash, in recent weeks, into insolvency as it ran both...
Tags: TC, China, US, Tech, Ces, Silicon Valley, Las Vegas, Meta, Magic Leap, Lenovo, Sdk, Blippar, Gribetz, Meron Gribetz Meta, Tencent Dolby Comcast

Motorola Razrs Are Coming Back, So Remind Me What Year It Is Again?

We may no longer be sporting low-rise jeans, peasant tops, and Juicy tracksuits, but if the rumors are true, then we should all be prepared to feel like it's 2005 again pretty soon. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Motorola Razr - the flip phone that became one of the most popular phones of the early 2000s thanks to its super slim design - is making a comeback. Motorola's parent company, Lenovo, is apparently coming out with an updated version of the classic phone that will be sold exc...
Tags: Verizon, Motorola, Religion, US, Tech News, Lenovo, Wall Street Journal, Nostalgia

Lenovo Introduces ThinkPad L390 and L390 Yoga Laptops with Business Users in Mind

When a PC manufacturer announces business laptops starting under $1,000 it will get the attention of small business owners. If the manufacturer is Lenovo and the laptop includes the ThinkPad line, their ear perks up even more. Lenovo says the ThinkPad L390 and L390 Yoga have been updated to give small business a reliable and durable device which is also affordable. The update includes Intel’s latest Whiskey Lake 8th-gen processors, which will be a first for the ThinkPad L-series of laptops. Sta...
Tags: Sales, Intel, Usb, Lenovo, Technology Trends, Whiskey Lake, Intel Core Whiskey Lake Core

10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. Federal prosecutors are investigating the Chinese electronics giant Huawei for allegedly stealing trade secrets from US companies. One such incident includes Huawei supposedly stealing robotic technology that T-Mobile uses to test its smartphones, according to the report. WeWork CEO Adam Neumann reportedly made millions of dollars by renting office space in buildings that he partially owns to his company, according to a Wall S...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Netflix, Tim Cook, Evan Spiegel, Lenovo, Huawei, Wall Street Journal, Alexa, Adam Neumann, Niantic, Amazon Alexa, John Hanke

Motorola RAZR smartphone with foldable display said to launch in February

According to a latest report, Motorola's Razr is making a comeback with a foldable smartphone and a $1500 price tag. Lenovo is said to be partnering with Verizon Communications Inc. to sell the new Razr device in the U.S. exclusively as early as February. Since the device is still in testing, the timing of its release isn't final yet and could change anytime. At this moment, there are no details regarding the specifications and other hardware details. It is also unclear if Razr would just bor...
Tags: Verizon, Motorola, Blogging, Lenovo, Verizon Communications Inc, Motorola Razr, RAZR

Motorola might bring the sexy back with a foldable Razr phone this February

Remember the Moto Razr? The iconic flip phone, which was released first in 2004, defined ‘sexy’ in the gadget world well before the iPhone was a thing. Now, according to a report from Wall Street Journal, Motorola is planning to bring it back in a new foldable avatar. Just know that you might have to shell out around $1,500 to get your hands on it. According to the report, Motorola’s parent company, Lenovo, is partnering with network provider Verizon to launch these devices in the US. We might g...
Tags: Startups, Verizon, Motorola, US, Lenovo, Insider, Plugged, Wall Street Journal Motorola

The Razr phone returns! Motorola to debut reboot with a folding screen

Our favourite flip phone the Motorola Razr is making a comeback.After being kicked to the curb in 2008 because of the evolving digital world of smartphones, Lenovo-owned Motorola is set to bring back the world's most popular flip... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Motorola, Business, Lenovo, Motorola Razr

The Razr phone returns! Motorola to debut reboot

Our favourite flip phone the Motorola Razr is making a comeback.After being kicked to the curb in 2008 because of the evolving digital world of smartphones, Lenovo-owned Motorola is set to bring back the world's most popular flip... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Motorola, Business, Lenovo, Motorola Razr

The Motorola Razr may return as a foldable phone — for $1,500

The Motorola Razr V3 is one of the world's most iconic phones, and it could be making a stylistic return in the form of a foldable Motorola smartphone -- but it may cost around $1,500. Is the nostalgia worth it? The post The Motorola Razr may return as a foldable phone — for $1,500 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Motorola, News, Trends, Lenovo, Motorola Razr, Folding Smartphone, Razr V3

The Motorola Razr Might be Making a Comeback…As a $1500 Foldable

Man, you guys remember the Motorola Razr? Thing was hot back in the day—all the cool kids had them. Well, good news: it may be coming back as a modern smartphone. Again. According to a recent report from The Wall Street Journal, Lenovo (which bought Motorola from Google back in 2014) is planning to partner with Verizon to re-release a phone with the beloved Razr namesake. The downside? It’s going to be a $1500 foldable. Fifteen. Hundred. Dollars. Oof. Of course, this isn’t the first time the Ra...
Tags: Google, Crafts, Verizon, Motorola, Lenovo, Wall Street Journal Lenovo

Everyone's favorite flip phone from the early 2000s is getting a 2019 makeover — with a foldable display

Lenovo is reportedly planning to release a new Motorola Razr phone with a foldable display as soon as February. The new Motorola Razr will cost about $1,500, according to a Wall Street Journal report. Motorola's fabled Razr flip phone that was first released in 2004 is getting a 2019 makeover with a foldable display, according to The Wall Street Journal. The 2019 model is the result of an exclusive partnership between Lenovo — Motorola's parent company — and Verizon. Only 200,000 units of the...
Tags: Apple, Verizon, Motorola, Samsung, Trends, Xiaomi, Lenovo, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Lenovo Motorola, Motorola Razr, Royole

Everyone's favorite flip phone from the early 2000s is getting 2019 makeover — a foldable display

Lenovo is reportedly planning to release a new Motorola Razr phone with a foldable display in February 2019. The new Motorola Razr will cost around $1,500. Motorola's fabled Razr flip-phone that was first released in 2004 is getting a 2019 makeover with a foldable display, according to the The Wall Street Journal.  The 2019 model is the result of an exclusive partnership between Lenovo — Motorola's parent company — and Verizon. Only 200,000 units of the new Razr will be made, and the Journa...
Tags: Apple, Verizon, Motorola, Samsung, Trends, Xiaomi, Lenovo, Journal, Lenovo Motorola, Motorola Razr, Royole

The Motorola Razr could return as a $1,500 foldable smartphone

Motorola has revived the Razr name a few times over the years, but the once mighty brand has failed to regain the heights of its early days as an ultra-slim flip phone. But what better time for for the phone maker’s parent Lenovo to bring back the brand in earnest as the mobile world is readying itself for a wave of foldable smartphones? Nostalgia’s a bit of a mixed bag in consumer electronics. Take the recent returns of Nokia (good), BlackBerry (okay) and Palm (yikes). Slapping a familiar br...
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Verizon, Motorola, Hardware, Nokia, Samsung, Tech, Lenovo, Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, Motorola Razr, RAZR, Morotola

CES 2019: 5 Questions with Lenovo

Gina Qiao, SVP, CMO of Lenovo on the launch of their smart devices, partnering with a network of companies to deliver a connected ecosystem centered around the customer. The post CES 2019: 5 Questions with Lenovo appeared first on brandchannel:.
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Lenovo’s ultraportable speaker is as slim and small as your phone

The Lenovo 700 Ultraportable Bluetooth Speaker is quite literally the most portable one ever. Most portable Bluetooth speakers are portable alright, but they aren’t slip-into-your-pocket portable. Audio drivers tend to have depth/thickness to them, resulting in speakers that may be small and lightweight, but are almost always chunky too, making them ideal for laptop bags, but not pant pockets.Lenovo’s latest offering wants to be the kind of Bluetooth speaker you carry around with you, the way ...
Tags: Music, Design, Audio, Speakers, Ces, Bluetooth Speaker, Nfc, Lenovo, Portable Audio, Ultraportable, 700, Ces2019

The 5 laptops we're most looking forward to trying in 2019

CES 2019, the biggest tech show of the year, was light on funky futuristic laptops that will likely never come to market. What it did have were some great-looking laptops that are either already available for sale, or else will come out later this year. Dell, Lenovo, HP, and Huawei all had strong outings this year, with new models that look great, offer great specs — and that are often cheaper than a comparable Mac from Apple. CES 2019, the largest tech convention of the year, got me excited ...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Ibm, Dell, MacBook Air, Lenovo, Huawei, Intel Core, Lenovo Dell, Dell Lenovo, Frost White Dell

Patently-O Bits and Bytes by Juvan Bonni

Recent Headlines in the IP World: Kyle Jahner: Drugmakers Head to High Court for Clarity on Patent-Sale Timing (Source: Bloomberg Law) Sara Salinas: Apple CEO Tim Cook Rips into Qualcomm, Leaves Little Chance of a Settlement in Patent Dispute (Source: CNBC) Jeff John Roberts: IBM Tops 2018 Patent List as A.I. and Quantum Computing Gain Prominence (Source: Fortune) Arif Bacchus: Lenovo Patent Application Hints at a Future Laptop with a Flexible, Folding OLED Display (Source: Digital Trends) ...
Tags: Law, New York Times, Tim Cook, Uspto, Ibm, Lenovo, Patent, Cnbc, Jeff John Roberts, Sui Lee Wee, Christopher J Walker, Keith Bradsher, Bits and Bytes, Juvan Bonni, Kyle Jahner, Bloomberg Law Sara Salinas

The Best Smarthome Products We Saw at CES 2019

Every year, CES is chock full of smarthome tech. So much so that there’s even an entire dedicated space on the show floor to just smarthome companies. Here are the best new smarthome devices we saw at CES this year. Voice Assistant Smart Switches Many new products we saw on the show floor weren’t necessarily “new” or revolutionary, but rather many companies have come out with their own versions from young product categories, and that includes smart switches with built-in voice assistants. Th...
Tags: Google, Crafts, Lenovo, Home Hub, Alexa, Leviton, Lenovo Smart Clock, Decora Voice

Best of CES 2019: 5 Innovations That Stole the Show

Foldable phones, bread-baking robots, and sci-fi toilets: This week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas had its share of far-out gadgets, many of which likely won’t ever turn into mass-market products. But there were also a few devices that stood out from the crowd, demonstrating both how fast technology advances and where media consumption and […]
Tags: News, Samsung, Las Vegas, Lenovo, Consumer Electronics Show, Roland, Tablo, CES 2019

Gartner finds PC sales doldrums continued in 2018

Gartner released its quarterly PC sales survey for the fourth quarter of 2018 this week, and it was the same old story. PC sales plunged in the fourth quarter and were down 1.3 percent for the year. The three top players — HP, Dell and Lenovo — accounted for 63 percent of sales worldwide in the quarter. The company found in their preliminary sales research that worldwide sales totaled totaled 68.6 million units in the fourth quarter. That may sound like a big number, but it’s down 4.3 percent...
Tags: Apple, TC, Hardware, Microsoft, US, Tech, Gartner, Dell, Lenovo, Soho, HP Dell, Kitagawa, Mikako Kitagawa, PC Sales