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    On January 30th, just one day after the surprise announcement of their impending union, I received what superstitious people would call a "bad omen" regarding the Lenovo Motorola deal. The previous afternoon, I'd been wrapping up a pretty typical January week at Pocketnow; the botched Galaxy Gear + Nexus 5 experiment had already been transferred to the more-capable Joe Levi, so I was busy working on the AT&T G Flex unboxing and the smartphone guessing game posts, and willing the post-CES funk to dissipate so I could get some new devices in the review booth. Then Lenovo announced it ...

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    Each morning the sun rises up over the east side of campus; long shadows reach like spindly fingers spanning building to building. As the morning breaks, tens of thousands of students march onto university grounds with heavy backpacks containing laptops, chargers, textbooks, notebooks, folders and more. Pupils walk briskly between classes, run to hand in homework on time, juggle multiple notebooks, and combat the countdown clock on their laptop battery. One would think technology companies would be itching to release a product capable of simplifying this routine, lightening the load, and ...

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    Lenovo will be starting the ThinkPad tablet update process -- to the latest Android 4.x Ice Cream Sandwich platform -- in May, according to recent reports. This goes well with rumors we've previously heard of regarding the tablet, Ice Cream Sandwich, and Q2. Expect to see an update notification for an over-the-air refresh on your ThinkPad tablet sometime in May. The roll-out process will span throughout the entire month and it will bring goodies like Face Unlock, an improved browser, voice input, a faster and more stable overall platform and user experience. Source: Slashgear Via: DroidDog

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    Lenovo made its plans public to update the ThinkPad Tablet to the latest iteration of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, sometime in the second quarter of the year. The ThinkPad Tablet was announced at the end of July last year and it's definitely good to see the manufacturer didn't abandon the product. The IdeaPad from Lenovo is also quietly waiting for its Ice Cream Sandwich treat but aside from a generic second quarter roll-out estimate we don't know exactly when it will happen. Other manufacturers are already pushing out OS updates for their tablets (like Asus and its Eee Pad Transformer ...

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