Microsoft has added LG to its list of Android handset makers it makes money off of. Microsoft has inked a patent agreement deal with LG that will have LG pay Microsoft a small fee for every LG Android (and Chromebook) device sold.
Microsoft’s latest deal brings their total up to a massive 70% of Android ... Read More »
Today Acer announced a new pair of ultrabooks, but the real star of the show was an unnamed Android tablet they teased for about five seconds. No details were provided on the tablet, but we recognized it as the previously-leaked Acer Iconia Tab A700.
The only ... Read More »
Acer has maintained itself as one of the most competitive in the tablet market. Not because of their great tablets, though most mid-to-high-end tablets had almost identical specs in 2011, but because of their prices. Acer has just announced the brand new Iconia Tab A200, and it looks like 2012 will be a ... Read More »
During this year’s holiday season news slow-down, a time which usually comes towards the end of the year, and is always full of opinion editorial pieces, Android’s manufacturing model has become a hot topic. It all started a little over a week ago now, when news first hit that HTC is planning on ... Read More »
During NVIDIA’s recent Q3 earnings call, their CEO boasted about the number of quad-core devices their partners would bring to market soon. Jen-Hsun Huang said, “We have more design wins in Tegra 3 today than we had at Tegra 2. We have more design wins, more devices, more OEMs.”
We already ... Read More »
Selling patent licenses and “protecting” smaller companies is nothing new for Microsoft. Earlier this summer, Microsoft made headlines several times for doing just that. Microsoft has been doing this for years now, so what’s made these latest licensing deals headline worthy? It’s because the patents haven’t gone out to cover Windows manufacturers. Instead, Android manufacturers ... Read More »
Current Honeycomb tablets aren’t necessarily the most portable devices around. Many of us would like to see smaller Honeycomb tablets, as 10-inch devices tend to be a bit uncomfortable. Some of you may be waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 or for HTC to update the Flyer. That’s no longer ... Read More »
The avalanche of Honeycomb-related news today keeps growing, and they’re all connected somehow. Following the news that Android 3.2 has arrived, we now found out the Acer Iconia Tab A100 is coming to Wal-Mart for just $349.
If you read the Android 3.2 article, you’ll know the update adds support for ... Read More »
Today in New York city Acer announced a pair of Android tablets along with a new smartphone design that might turn a few heads. In addition to the new devices, Acer also announced their own app store which should be available for Android by the time these products launch.
Recently we heard that Acer might ... Read More »
Taiwan-based PC maker Acer is expected to finally unveil their first Android tablet at a special event taking place tomorrow in New York. As of late we have not really focussed on the countless number of Android tablets coming out overseas, but since Acer chose to announce this thing in the United States there is ... Read More »