Paul Walsh, Lenovo’s Chief Digital Officer explains how disruptive technology is enhancing the healthcare industry now and in the future.
Tired of bad tech slowing down your meetings? Poor video support, trouble joining, audio issues, scheduling conflicts… That’s all about to change.
Lenovo visionaries explain the meaning of artifical intelligence (AI) and the role machine learning and deep learning play to make it happen.
How do you build a PC ready for a future with 5G — an always-on, interconnected, AI-driven world where our devices enable unprecedented interactions?
After spending a week with the Lenovo Smart Clock, tech enthusiast Bryan Custer turns a regular home into smart home.
The shearers used in Chinese coal mines are getting a powerful, AI-driven upgrade in safety and efficiency.
How does the world’s largest PC company design collaboration tools for digital natives to remain agile, creative, and productive — from anywhere?
Is a laptop a necessity or a luxury when you work in an office? That depends on whether you have or even want your own desk.
How does a smart home go beyond a set of connected devices and become a complete, AI-infused, and user-driven experience?
Using artificial intelligence, NC State researchers preemptively identify agricultural areas and crops that will be affected by flood or droughts.
Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang reflects on our best year yet — record revenue fueled by strong execution and unfaltering tenacity.
Medical imaging company TechsoMed is partnering with Lenovo to offer physicians, for the first time, real-time feedback during early-stage tumor removal.
Lenovo’s smart medical service in Longnan Hospital in northeastern China gives patients an easier, more efficient, and more connected experience.