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Here's a chance to get a good deal on an 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet.
There's a new Ubuntu Ultrabook in town with Haswell processors.
Following complaints that the Latitude 6430u smelled like cat pee, Dell has said the odor is actually the result of a now former manufacturing process.
With the buyback complete, Dell will delist from the Nasdaq this afternoon and once more be a privately-owned company.
The Dell Venue 8 Pro offers a quad-core Bay Trail Processor, 8-inch WXGA display and 2 GB of memory at a very competitive price point.
Dell's Ophelia is coming but the company is dropping the codename before it hits the market.
Intel recently launched its Ivy Bridge-EP-based Xeon E5-2600 v2 CPUs. However, the beefy eight-core Xeon E5-2687Ws still sit atop Dell's workstation hierarchy. We got our hands on the handsome Precision T5600...
Dell has introduced a new batch of products based on Windows 8.1 and Android.
The $349 touch-based Inspiron 11 3000 launches next month.
Dell will not re-enter the phone sector.
Dell's plans to go private have finally come to fruition.
Today Dell announced its new desktop and mobile workstation models, the Dell Precision M4800 and 6800 mobile workstations and the T3810, T5610 and T7610 desktop workstations. The release means across-the-board...
Dell has launched three touch-capable monitors starting at $250 USD.
A handful of new business laptops from Round Rock.
Michael Dell, Silver Lake Partners and the Special Committee have reached an agreement.
Dell is shipping Ophelia to testers now.
Dell's board likes the money but doesn't want to change the voting rules.
The Dell UltraSharp 32 features a Matte 32-inch IGZO panel with a resolution of 3480 x 2160.
Michael Dell makes his final pitch to stockholders.
Here's a notebook to rival Apple's Retina display in the MacBook Pro.
Alienware knows how to throw a party.
Dell introduced a hybrid laptop sporting a "Haswell" CPU and Windows 8.1.
Fiction is often a far cry from reality, and there’s no better example than the computer systems featured in movies, TV shows, books, and comics. Today we’re showcasing some of the most notorious machines...
The first units will ship to developers, and then telecom and cable providers. Client versions will arrive sometime after that.
Dell has dropped the pricing on its XPS 10 Windows RT convertible.
HP has expanded its x2 detachable PC line with new Android and Windows 8 models.
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