Lenovo's newest products focus on allowing the user to switch quickly between tablet and laptop. They also allow users to easily prop up their tablet in various positions for reading and watching content, clearly addressing consumers' desire to use their tablets for various purposes. TheStreet's Debra Borchardt reports from International CES in Las Vegas.
Newsy (Feb. 26, 2015) Lenovo's website was hacked by what appears to be the infamous Lizard Squad group. The attack seems to be related to Lenovo's "Superfish" controversy.
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