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Lenovo, the world’s largest PC maker by a large margin, has a robust portfolio of products that will help make your transition back to school more productive, more fun and easier than ever. Seriously, the company offers a choice for every budget and every lifestyle. Whether you want to buy a multimedia laptop for gaming in the dorms and writing term papers, a tablet for portability, a budget machine that will leave cash over for spring break, an all-in-one, an affordable Chromebook or a laptop that can also double as a tablet, Lenovo has you covered.



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Yesterday afternoon, Re/Code said that Apple had moved its plans to announce the iWatch in October and will instead reveal the wearable during Apple’s planned press conference on Sept. 9, where it’s also expected to introduce two models of the iPhone 6. Within mere hours of that news hitting, Samsung and LG pushed out press releases announcing new smartwatches. Coincidence?






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We’re starting to notice a trend on Kickstarter and throughout the tech industry in general: take an everyday device, stick a Bluetooth sensor in it and then jack up the price. A lot of the time these futuristic devices don’t really add much to the original product, but today we’ve found one example of how the so-called Internet of Things could really improve our lives. A new device from Fuz Designs promises to improve the everyday padlock with a new Bluetooth-powered model that lets you leave your keys at home.