PC maker looks to offset falling PC sales with devices running alternative platforms
Consumers wait for new devices causes slump in demand
Acer's offering is small enough, but is it perfectly formed?
Firm adds to ever-growing portfolio
Sixty per cent of Pegatron's revenues to be in second half of 2013, says CFO
Screen grabs provide info on small-screen device
Display can be rotated into different positions as it floats over the keyboard
Ominous signs for industry titans as worldwide and European markets slump
Fourth quarter 2012 PC sales slip 11.7 percent
The former Acer CEO talks about a possible acquisition of BlackBerry and riding out a tough PC market
Jim Wong points to Google OS as possible future of PC industry
Chinese PC maker bucks trend of decline in PC sales
Analyst blames vendors for concentrating on touch features of Microsoft's new OS
Mini-laptop craze lasted barely five years. Tablets to blame?
New Intel powered Chromebook comes following Samsung's recent ARM-based offering
Surface Tablet costs $284 to manufacture according to teardown report, but continues to receive flack from Microsoft's OEMs
Surface RT ain't all that, but what does that mean for the future of Windows 8's ambitious ecosystem?
And Windows 8 ain't gonna increase sales by much either, adds Acer president Jim Wong
Firm hoping for mass adoption of new systems powered by its chips
500 schools have now purchased discounted computer equipment that was used during the Olympics Games
Devices designed for business use, claims gadget maker
Latest 7in device to hit the market this autumn costing £180
Google threat to cut-off Acer over Aliyun phone for China
Search giant reportedly threatened to tear up Android deal over smartphone running rival OS