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Lenovo announces Google Glass rival, push for collaboration

The main gadget highlight of Lenovo’s NBD launch (more on this below) was the Lenovo C1, a wearable camera-based eyewear device notably similar to Google Glass. This new wearable device will ostensibly be built under Lenovo’s NBD platform – which is, at its most basic – a call for collaboration between companies to make more internet-driven, internet-powered, and internet-capable household devices.

Moto Maker now available in Germany

As promised before, Motorola somewhat quietly launched the Moto Maker site in Germany. This is the first time that the Moto X customization service has been made available outside of the US, potentially sending mixed signals about the future of the current flagship as well as the upcoming smartphone currently dubbed the Moto X+1.

Moto X enticing buyers with trial gimmick, 64GB model

During times like this when the mobile market is overcrowded and constantly changing, you sometimes need to shout out loud to be heard. Moto X, the flagship smartphone of Motorola, is doing just that with a “too good to be true but it’s real” penny trial offer and the release of the 64GB option for the smartphone.

Lenovo A line of tablets hit the US market

More than a month after Lenovo spilled the beans on the price of its upcoming budget tablets, the manufacturer has now made those available for purchase. Make no mistake, these are not your top of the line Android tablets, but they might just be the ones you need if you're on the hunt for something basic and cheap.

Five tablets Mom will love this Mother’s Day

Moms love to game, they love to read, and they love to browse the web. There’s no reason they shouldn’t be doing that just like we do, via a tablet or smartphone. If the Mother in your life sounds like one who could use a tablet, we’ve got a few suggestions. No matter what kind of Mom yours is, there’s a tablet out there for her.
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