Popular Acer Articles for 2009
The M900 is a slider with a 3.8-inch WVGA touchscreen and a QWERTY keyboard, while an embedded fingerprint sensor helps set this model apart from its competitors. Adama D. Brown[...]
So far, Android hasn't lived up to its hype, but Brighthand's Ed Hardy predicts that by the end of this year there will be so many models running Google's mobile[...]
A description of the Android-powered Acer A1 that has come out ahead of the formal unveiling shows that this model will have a better screen and processor than any current[...]
The on-line retailer Wirefly has begun offering netbooks with embedded 3G wireless service from AT&T and Verizon Wireless, currently the only two U.S. carriers that support these mini-laptops.
The chief of mobile devices at Acer has essentially confirmed earlier reports by saying his company will likely launch its first phone running Google's Android OS this year.
Acer has been putting together a major push into the smartphone market for some time now, and now the company has revealed its strategy for accomplishing this: it plans to[...]
An extensive study overseen by the World Health Organization has found that cell phone use may cause a slight but measurable increase in several types of tumors, some of which[...]
The Acer A1 is scheduled for release in early fall. This will be this company's first smartphone running Google's Android operating system.
Acer has promised to release a netbook running Google's Android operating system later this year. It may be the first to do so, as one of its top rival, Asus,[...]
Janus is a two-faced god from Greek mythology; the DX650 will be a two-faced Windows Mobile smartphone released by Acer.
An Acer spokesperson has revealed that his company intends to release two smartphones running Google's Android OS by the end of this year.
The newly-unveiled Acer Liquid should raise some eyebrows -- no other device running Google's Android OS that has been announced so far will have its feature set, including a WVGA[...]
Acer recently promised that it will unveil a new line of smartphones at an event later this month. Some details on one of these have slipped out.
The collection of smartphones based on Microsoft's Windows Mobile that Acer unveiled earlier this year is starting to hit store shelves, including the Tempo M900 and F900.
Acer has invited journalists to an event next month where it will introduce a new line of smartphones.
Both Acer and Asus experienced strong sales of their subnotebooks at the end of 2008, and are increasing their predicted sales volumes for 2009.
Acer is reportedly close to launching four more smartphones -- one with Google's Android OS, and the others based on Microsoft's Windows Mobile.
Acer is working on a netbook that runs both Windows XP and Android that will reportedly be released next month. This may be the first of many running this operating[...]