Dell outed their latest all-in-one desktop this week at Austin's SXSW festival - the XPS 18. It's their thinnest, lightest, most tabletiffic all-in-one ever.» Read Article
Dell's Project Ophelia is set to release this July with reports of a competing Google "ChromeKey" device in the works.
Dell's board of directors sent a letter to company shareholders this week, asking them to take CEO and founder Michael Dell's offer to buy out the company.
We've been talking lately about the Dell CEO's attempt to take his company private once again, encountering rival bids from Blackstone and Carl Icahn. Now, rumors say, he might be willing to talk.
Dell's financial troubles have been no secret lately, as various warring factions struggle to take the company private. Is Windows 8 to blame?
Behind a closed door meeting, Dell went private - with help and $$$ from Microsoft.
Dell's reached a point where it's clearly having trouble competing - and going private might be the solution. When you don't have a group of shareholders watching your every move, you can afford to take risks.
Today, Dell officially announced the addition of touch to their stylish new all-in-one lineup, just in time for Windows 8.
Dell's new XPS One 27 is a gorgeous piece of industrial design, and after getting to play around with it for a little bit, one thing is certain - it's the first real competition to Apple's big-screen iMac that we have seen, and it costs $300 less. Let's take a closer look.
Dell has been a player in the all-in-one space for a long time, and brought up such interesting, if ultimately unsuccessful, models as the Studio One 19. Today's releases show, however, that the company is in it to win it, as the new XPS One 27 is the first serious competition to Apple's iMac from any manufacturer.
It's only five more weeks until the big day, and if you want to jump in and take advantage of the best deals, now's the perfect time to get started!
New CEO Meg Whitman hasn't been on the job for too long, and already she's setting things right with the world's largest computer manufacturer. HP has just announced that it will continue to keep producing computers, and will NOT be selling the division off or otherwise divesting it.
Say what you will about HP, but they're good at keeping their spot at the top of the worldwide PC manufacturer rankings. Until recently, Dell had been pretty good at keeping the number two spot - but thanks to Lenovo, that's changed. According to figures from both IDC and Gartner, Lenovo now holds the number 2 spot on the list, just behind HP, and just ahead of Dell.
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