I believe the quote that I am looking for comes from Top Gun, “Son, you’re ego is writing checks your body can’t cash” in reference to the news that Acer’s CEO Gianfranco Lanci is predicting that Acer’s tablet division, which makes both Android and Windows tablets are going to go take over Apple’s early lead in the tablet market.
That didn’t take long. We have the official press release for the Acer handset that was just announced about an hour ago. For some strange reason, Acer has yet to name their new 4.8-inch smart phone.
Acer just wrapped up a press conference where they unveiled a handful of new products. We’ll skip the boring (non-Android) stuff and give you the details you’re looking for.
Rogers and Fido customers are now able to update their Acer Liquid E phones to the latest version of Android, Froyo.
While we haven’t heard much about the Acer Liquid as of late, it is still definitely being supported by the folks over at Acer. That said, they are currently in
The Acer’s beTouch E130 made a stop over at the FCC to get handled last week. The device has a very similar look to the Blackberry and has a full
Our friends at Androinica are reporting that Acer has announced two new Android handsets in a line dubbed beTouch, the first of which is pictured to the left. As you
Acer has announced the availability of a limited edition version of their Liquid e handset. Called the Liquid Ferrari, it’s a glossy, sexed up looking Liquid e with a few
Today finds Acer officially announcing their latest Android handset, the Stream. With a 3.7-inch AMOLED screen, Snapdragon processor, and Android 2.1, the Stream is designed for “demanding users who look
There were a handful of phones on display at last week’s Google I/O which have yet to cross our radar. As good of a job as we think we do
The Acer Liquid E, which will be launching in June on the Rogers network, has just been priced at $49.99 with a three-year contract. That’s right, $49.99! Damn good price
Rogers will be the first carrier to offer Acer’s Liquid e handset in the coming spring. Not only will this be the first Android 2.1 handset in North America*, but