Adapter enables users to capture microscopic images -- of everything from flowers to insects to pathogens -- with their smartphone. SmartPlanet visits SkyLight for a hands-on look at the device.
At CES 2010, Brian Tong shows us the Lenovo Skylight smartbook.
The Skylight, a lighter-than-a-Netbook mini-notebook with a 10-inch screen, is Lenovo's entry into smartbooks. It runs its own custom Linux OS and has a Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU.
Israel-based start-up designs glass facades and skylights that act as insulators and generate electricity with integrated solar cells.
With a thin frame and a nonstandard OS, Lenovo's entry into the world of smartbooks meshes smartphone with Netbook.
We get up close and personal with three of Lenovo's reinventions of the ultraportable laptop, and offer up our quick-take observations.
Visitors to the Oak Park, Ill., Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio are in for a treat: A look at the place where the famed architect tried out some of the early innovations that would make him famous. CNET Road Trip 2013 takes a behind-the-scenes tour.
The SkyLight claims to be a revolutionary device that allows your iPhone or other smartphone to take images from even old microscopes and allow them to be instantly shared.
A pair of the most-anticipated mobile computers from this year's CES show were Lenovo's U1 Hybrid and Skylight smartbook.
In anticipation for the Galaxy S III, Samsung is holding a press event in New York.