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August 29, 2012 by

Quest for Big Data

Enterprise software company Quest enters the Big Data space, and does it the Enterprise way. Future parent Dell must be proud.

January 6, 2011 by

CES: Dell unveils new Streak, hints at 10-inch version for businesses coming soon

Dell today unveiled a 7-inch version of its Streak Tablet, a nice piece of hardware that utilizes 4G technology - well, T-Mobile's version of 4G technology. The device, as expected, touts some of the must-haves that all of the players in the tablet space are touting these days: strong processors, widgets and apps, gaming capabilities, rear- and front-facing cameras for video chatting, as well as social networking apps and widgets.

May 25, 2009 by

Wal-mart adds more HDTVs, Blu-ray players to its stores. Will you buy there?

Having already made some progress in the consumer electronics space by selling Dell computers and value-priced TVs, Wal-mart is expanding its offerings including more Blu-ray players and 1080p HDTVs to watch Blu-ray movies on.The move is thought to be in response to Circuit City's exit from the retail landscape, as Wal-mart hopes to pick up some of Circuit City customers at the expense of Best Buy and online retailers.

July 30, 2008 by

If at first you don't succeed...

Dell is back in the music business, despite a failed effort to gain any ground in this space a few years ago with its DJ mp3 player. This time around, they're calling it a Ditty and gearing up for a September release, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.

November 6, 2007 by

Dell: The M2300 may look like a subnotebook, but it's certifiably a 'workstation'

While I get into the "workstation" argument all the time, I decided not to belabor the point too much when questioning Dell Precision workstation product managers Don Maynard and Chris Spencer about Dell's newest entry into the mobile workstation space announced today: the M2300. The new notebook-cum-workstation hails from Dell's Precision-branded workstation lineup which now includes three notebooks: the M2300 with a 14.

September 12, 2007 by

NAB "spindoctoring" on whitespace

Last month, the FCC rejected a proposal backed by Microsoft, Dell and Google that would have used "white space" spectrum to provide Internet service at speeds between 50-100 mbps. White space is purposefully unused spectrum that exists to prevent interference between broadcasting channels.

March 15, 2007 by

Broadcast broadband

I'm a bit late to the party on this, but a few days ago, there were reports of a new device that utilizes unused television channels (known as "white space") to deliver broadband Internet service. Backed by a coalition that includes Microsoft, Google, Dell, HP and Philips, a prototype device created by Microsoft has been sent to the FCC for testing.

February 17, 2003 by

Dell OptiPlex SX260

Taking the small-footprint desktop PC to its logical extreme, Dell's OptiPlex SX260 is a study in compactness that should fit most offices, but doesn't ignore centralised management issues.


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