Unlike a lot of other unique proof-of-concept laptops, the Acer Iconia is fun to use and largely works as advertised. But it has a hard time answering the most frequent question we hear about it: why would anyone need a dual-touch-screen laptop?
Acer's CEO and its president say Microsoft is imposing "troublesome" restrictions on chipmakers and hardware makers working on Windows 8 tablets.
A full review of the Acer GD235HZ, a 3D monitor with well-balanced feet.
Acer has shown off its first Windows Phone Mango handset at this year's Computex exhibition in Taiwan. Its specs won't make anybody drool, though.
Acer's Liquid Mini handsets now come in a new range of colours, upgrading Android and its social media software in the process.
DigiTimes says Acer will postpone the debut of its 7-inch tablet to August-September from the originally scheduled May-June time frame due to compatibility issues between Android 3.0 and the screen.
Microsoft adds three new hardware-makers to its list of Windows Phone partners. In the meantime, three existing partners will set their sights on building 4G Windows Phones.
Two Honeycomb tablet beauties, the Acer Iconia Tab and Asus Eee Pad Transformer, get the CNET Prizefight treatment in order to determine which of them is worth your time and money.
Google has unveiled the first Chrome OS laptop, the Samsung Series 5. The 'Chromebook' will available for purchase in late June.
Acer's just-announced Chrome OS laptop: Is it really any different from a Netbook?