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Anyone who purchases a new Dell Venue tablet or Dell XPS, Inspiron or Alienware PC will also be eligible to receive 20GB of free Dropbox space for a year.
The latest NSA leak describes DEITYBOUNCE, a tool for flashing malicious BIOS on Dell servers. The doc is from 2007 and such attacks would be much harder now.
CryptoLocker has infected an estimated 250,000 victims, demands an average $300 payout, and is trailing millions in laundered Bitcoin. Dell SecureWorks' new paper sheds light on the unstoppable ransomware.
The company's first notebook running Google's Chrome OS will debut next month and be priced under $300.
The company says that the "reconsideration rate for mobile device management is extraordinarily high" and that it can be a player in one crowded market.
After the first 20 are sold at each brick-and-mortar outlet, the price goes up to $199 while supplies last. The first 100 tablets sold through the Microsoft online store will also be available for $99, or $199 thereafter.
It’s not often that a manufacturer introduces two devices with so much in common, on different platforms. Here's how the two devices stack up, side by side.
Limited-time specials include the Microsoft Surface RT with keyboard cover for $249.99 and the Dell Venue Pro 8 tablet for $229.99. Unfortunately, the prices are only guaranteed for in-store purchases.
If you were disappointed by the first generation of Windows 8 tablets, Dell's new Venue 8 Pro might be the antidote. The form factor, which competes directly with devices like the Nexus 7 and Kindle HDX, takes full advantage of Windows 8.1.
The retailer offers sales on Windows 8.1 tablets using Intel's Bay Trail processors, and has Microsoft's Surface RT with keyboard discounted to $249.99.
Specials include the new Venue 8 Android tablet for $129.99, and an Inspiron 15 notebook doorbuster for $199.99.
The most tech-savvy U.S. president to date, Barack Obama uses the best devices and technology for the job, in and outside of the White House. Here's a look at some of the devices, platforms and technology he uses to carry out his day-to-day presidential duties.
Do you need a notebook that can take pretty much anything you can throw at it, or for that matter, throw it at? Yes? Then Dell's Latitude E6420 XFR might be the notebook for you.
A manufacturing issue resulted in some Dell Latitude systems smelling as if they had been "assembled near a tomcat's litter box."
The computer maker's founder and chief executive said the firm will continue to "aggressively execute" its long-term strategy going forward, in a deal valued at $24.9 billion.