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Archos has launched its Archos 50 Cesium, running Windows 10 Mobile, after a two month delay. A low-cost smartphone, cheaper than the announced price, for day-to-day usage with plenty of features.
After unveiling its first Windows 10 Mobile handset earlier this week, Archos has now announced its first Windows 10 PC, the 'Flip', a convertible notebook with a Lenovo Yoga-style touch display.
Archos' new low-cost handset runs Windows 10 Mobile or Android 5.1, and features a 5-inch HD display, Snapdragon 210 processor, 4G LTE connectivity, dual-SIM support and a sleek 8.5mm-thick body.
From HoloLens in space and Windows 10 on track, to talking Straw, the new PS4, Xbox down in Japan, and "the ultimate portable computer", it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Archos claims its new device is "the ultimate portable computer", but its $99 PC Stick seems to be a near-identical copy of other dongle-sized Windows PCs that have already been released.
The French multinational company has recently announced it will bring affordable 4G mobile devices to the upcoming CES, and they carry impressive specifications for their price.
Archos' first Windows Phone, the 40 Cesium, is now on sale, offering budget-sensitive buyers a 4-inch display, front and rear cameras, 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200, a 1950mAh battery and more, for just €89.
With so many manufacturers joining Windows Phone lately, it's been a bit difficult to keep up with all the new additions. Our handy guide offers you an overview of Microsoft's device partners.
When Microsoft announced that Windows would be free on devices smaller than 9 inches, it was only a matter of time before entry level competitors started putting their OS on cheap tablets.
The first Windows Phone 8.1 handset from Archos, the 40 Cesium, includes a 4-inch display and quad-core Snapdragon 200 processor - and at just $99, it's one of the most affordable Windows Phones ever.
Multiple Mediatek-based smartphones, including the Acer Liquid E2, are automatically restarting themselves upon receiving a plain equals sign ("=") in an SMS message. However the fix is fairly simple.
French manufacturer Archos have revealed their new Android-powered netbook, however the extremely outdated specifications leave it as nothing more than an overpriced toy.
Archos CEO quickly finds out that dunking a water-resistant phone in a jug of water isn't going to end well for anybody.
The CEO of Archos has hinted that the company will launch a Windows Phone handset, saying that the platform is now mature enough, but adding that its primary focus remains on Android.
Archos has launched its new Android-based handheld gaming device in hopes of meeting the requirements of gamers who enjoy low-cost mobile games, but who do not enjoy using the touchscreen.
Archos announces its new Child Pad tablet, a child-friendly slate running Android 4.0, and featuring its own app store and custom user interface, along with an incredibly low price tag.
The tablet wars rage on as Archos announces its next foray into the touchscreen world. The Archos 70b comes with a retail price of $199, making it one of the cheapest Android tablets around.
Archos plans to launch two new Android Honeycomb tablets later in September. The G9 tablets will come in 8 inch and 10.1 inch versions with hard drives up to 250 GB.
The two major Philadelphia newspapers will begin to sell an Android-based 10 inch tablet on Tuesday for as low as $99 with a two year subscription to three pre-loaded newspaper apps.
Let’s get one thing straight; 3.2 inches of screen does not make a tablet. Archos, the French purveyor of portable multimedia that has been selling PMPs since before the iPod forever changed the industry,...
Archos on Thursday officially announced their upcoming Android-powered tablet, the Archos 7. Running a custom version of Android 1.6 on a seven inch widescreen display, the new device is slated for launch this May 17...
Archos has not been doing well of late and so they do need something good to wade off the competition. This will all seem to change on September 15th when the Archos Android Tablet with...