CNET editors choose and review the best thin and light laptops, notebooks, and ultrabooks.
While iPad shipments took a dive in the first quarter, Apple still has a comfortable lead in the global PC market that includes tablets, laptops, and desktops. And Lenovo is gaining ground.
PC maker Lenovo, which has struggled for smartphone success outside China, gets an established global brand, while Google unloads a burden on its balance sheet and a source of tension.
With its 360-degree hinge, this flexible PC goes from laptop to tablet and back again. Plus: an option to knock off another $20.
Rick Osterloh becomes new chief operating officer, as Motorola readies its shift to Lenovo, which is fast bulking up as a supplier of everything from smartphones to servers.
A modest update to the original, the Yoga 2 13 can still be used like a regular laptop, a tablet, and more.
Web giant is reportedly buying a 5.94 percent stake in Lenovo as part of the $2.91 billion deal to unload its Motorola unit.
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Motorola's recent smartphones are good, but Lenovo has the chops to make them truly great.
Google has confirmed that Lenovo will buy Motorola Mobility for a deal totalling US$2.9 billion, including the company's smartphone portfolio and some patents.
It's a first-time battle between two of the most unique touch-screen ultrabooks you'll ever see. Lenovo's Yoga 13 brings a rotating screen that can take on any form factor you want. The Asus Taichi 21 brings a dual-screen ultrabook that can also be a tablet. Who will be crowned king of the ring?