Dell on Wednesday unveiled its lineup of Windows 8 devices, which ranges from an Ultrabook, an all-in-one PC, and a Latitude tablet.
In the wake of our report earlier this week about the new Samsung and Sony hybrid tablets, new reports have surfaced that Dell and HP wil release their own hybrid devices.
As earnings in its areas of traditional strength drop, Dell is looking to bolster its presence in enterprise computing, particularly the cloud.
The first Microsoft Surface tablet, which is slated to go on sale October 26, could be priced at $199, according to a new report on Engadget.
Microsoft on Monday confirmed that Windows RT devices from Dell, Lenovo, Asus and Samsung will be rolling out around the time of the RT launch.
Microsoft Vice President Mike Angiulo said that several top tablet manufacturers will be releasing new Windows RT and Windows 8 tablets on October 26--the same day that Windows 8 ships and the same day that Microsoft will release the Microsoft Surface RT.
The consumerization of IT and the BYOD, or bring-your-own-device, trend are helping businesses increase productivity in the workplace, according to a new report commissioned by Dell and Intel.
Dell has announced that it will release a new laptop based on the Ubuntu 12.04 LTS "Precision Pangolin" distribution of Linux.
Dell is making a concerted effort to push its way further into the enterprise by acquiring Quest Software this week for $2.4 billion.
Dell Inc., the second-largest U.S. personal-computer vendor, announced Monday it will buy enterprise technology company Quest Software Inc., in a $2.36 billion cash-deal aimed at bolstering Dell's data-center hardware business.