Here it is, folks: the inaugural Windows Phone from Acer, known as the Allegro, is now ready and rearin' to be sold. Not only is it coming to France as originally expected, it appears that Taiwan has elected to join in the fun as well. It's no top-notch device, but it doesn't pretend to be either. Even then, the specs aren't that much of a disappointment: it comes with a 3.
Isn't it ironic thattiny nuancesof tax law can often causecolossal resultsout in the real world? It's one ofthosejudgments that has rocked Europe after itshighest courtruled that e-books aren't actually goods at all. Currently, paper books sold in the EU are subjected to a smaller amount of sales tax, since having an educated, literate population is generally considered to be a good thing.
Tech-savvy users may have already come acrossTouchPalwhen trying different keyboards on Android andiOS 8(and maybe evenWindows 8), but it looks like a whole lot more people will be introduced to it soon.
At the ongoing Computex event in Taiwan, Acer just announced that they are releasing not one, not two, but actually three new wearables as part of their Liquid Leap line. Leap Active is for "socially active young-minded" users, Leap Fit is for those who use wearables for fitness-related reasons, and the Leap Curve are for those who want their wearables to still fit in with their fashion style.
If you're wondering why you would ever need a smartphone that can house three SIM cards in its body, then you've probably never been to Asia, where dual SIM and now triple SIM devices seem to be flooding the market. Acer has unveiled one of their newest smartphones, and yes, it does have the ability to have three different numbers or carriers in its tiny body.
Finally and officially, ASUS hasfinally announced that the ZenFone 2 which earlier launched in the United States , available from AT&T and Amazon. A ZenFone 2 variant with 4GB RAM and 128GB internal storage will be available from June 18 in Taiwan. Suggested retail price is 11990 TWD which is about $388. According to ASUS , ZenFone sales exceeded 200 million since the launch of the phone series.
As Google prepares to release the highly-anticipated Nexus 6 , what will become of its predecessor, the Nexus 5? Well apparently, it will slowly go away and sink into oblivion until it is eventually forgotten.
Even with a huge marketing budget, there is still something to be said for spreading the good news through word of mouth. OnePlus and HTC used that to great effect and now LG seems to be jumping in as well. Kicking its marketing machine into full drive, the Korean OEM has announced that it will be giving out LG G4 smartphones to 4,000 lucky consumers in 15 countries weeks before everyone else.
It’s been a difficult season for tablets these past two years. The growing popularity of large screen smartphones and phablets are forcing people to reconsider their tablet purchase. The influx of exciting technology into smartphones – like fingerprint security, large internal storage, faster processors – are marking tablet devices as “luxury purchases” rather than daily driver needs.
For the first time since it debut as a skunkworks project last year, Google is officially bringing the Project Tango tablet to more countries worldwide. That, however, doesn't mean that it's exactly going to be for sale for consumers, only that researchers and tinkerers in other countries won't have to bend over backwards just to get their hands on one.
Acer has unveiled a pair of new notebook computers that are powered by Windows 10 and one is available just in time for back to school. The new machines include the Acer Aspire Cloudbook 11 and Cloudbook 14. There will be two versions of the Cloudbook 11 that launch this month; the larger screen Cloudbook 14 won’t hit stores until October.
Motorola knows that the Moto G flagship is a winner that the company continuous to release upgraded versions of it. It's actually the first to officially receive Android 5.0 Lollipop last year. We've seen many variants of 1st-gen Moto G including a Google Play Edition Moto G 4G LTE , and the Moto G 4G CyanogenMod 11 .
The Moto G 3rd gen was officially unveiled last week together with the Moto X Play and Moto X Style. While we were surprised that Motorola revealed a pair of Moto X phones, we were certain about the arrival of the Moto G . We knew that the Lenovo-owned company will roll out a new model, after all, it's one of their bestsellers in emerging markets like India and Brazil.
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Acer has revamped its skinny all-in-one PC, slotting Windows 10 and full-touch into the Aspire Z3-710. The 23.8-inch desktop has a Full HD display with 10-finger multitouch, while inside are Intel's processors with up to a Core i5-4590T supported. Meanwhile, Acer offers up to 2TB of storage, though there's no SSD option at this stage.
Today the Apple Watch launches in seven new countries around the world. These countries include South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, Taiwan, Mexico, and Singapore. Starting today, Apple Stores and select Apple Authorized Resellers will be able to sell the Apple Watch in these countries.
Remember the Blocks modular smartwatch we featured last year? Well, we've got more good news about the first wearable device from the company. The project will be released through a crowdfunding site later this summer. It will run the latest Android Lollipop OS and will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor.
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Google has just listedthe Nexus Playeron sale with a $20 discount only months after its official launch last year. From the original retail price of $99.99, the Nexus Player is now $79.99. The Android-powered set-top box's price drop is an indication that perhaps the Nexus Player isn't really selling and flying off the shelves or Google could be planning for a new version already.