Acer's 5.7-inch Liquid S1 Phablet was revealed at Computex last week, and we went hands-on with the nearly-stock Android device in Taipei.» Read Article
Everyone is getting in on the phablet game, including Acer with its 5.7-inch Liquid S1. The special thing about it is that it's almost running stock Android. Almost...
Prior to the official start of Computex tomorrow in Taipei, Acer unveiled a new mid-range, 5.7-inch device, the Liquid S1.
A recent report done by J.D. Power & Associates has found that, generally speaking, satisfaction among smartphone users is rising, and that satisfaction has increased substantially since 2012.
Acer at Mobile World Congress hints at the possibility of entering the phablet and RT tablet markets in the near future. According to recent reports the company could be making a strong push towards both markets as early as the second half of 2013.
Old handsets that end up in landfills leak toxic chemicals into the soil and groundwater. But there are programs that make it easy for consumers to recycle, and even make some money.
There's overclocking, and then there's this: University researchers are in the early stages of putting multi-core processors in smartphones to work in bursts of up to 16 times their normal speed during times of need.
Foxconn, which produces smartphones and tablets for a wide variety of companies, has drawn considerable criticism for its employees' working conditions. Today, the company announced a significant pay raise for its workers.
People have barely digested the sweet news of Android OS Honeycomb, and yet there is already more on the way. The next mobile operating system update from Google, Android OS 'Ice Cream', is supposedly due out this summer.
There are many advantages for businesses in arming their employees with smartphones, but the process of deploying them requires careful planning or they can become a liability.
AT&T and T-Mobile are now evaluating Acer's Liquid Metal, an Android OS 2.2-based smartphone, for possible release in the United States, a senior Acer official said at a New York City press conference.
Acer just took the wraps off a device that is going to skirt the dividing line between a tablet and a smartphone. This as-yet unnamed model is going to run Google's mobile operating system and sport a 4.8-inch display.
Verizon has started a new program aimed at letting customers dispose of a phone in an environmentally sound way while also benefiting community programs and giving credit toward a new phone or phone bill.
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