The PC giant is working to diversify into software and services.
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The computer maker, in the midst of going private, outlines a 12 point plan with aims to reduce its environmental impact, among other things. Corporate caring, or pipe dream?
We spend 47 minutes with Dell chief information officer Andi Karaboutis, who gave us the lowdown on running technology for a company that stakes its name on it.
Server vendors are about to be squeezed by technology buyers, who are navigating new technologies and increasingly considering options away from the traditional data center fare.
The PC maker asserted that its new all flash storage options cost less than comparable hard disk drive alternatives on the market.
The computing giant fights to compete in the dwindling PC market by dishing out a range of new Android and Windows-powered tablets and notebooks.
Company has cleared all the regulatory hurdles needed to return the company to Michael Dell and Silver Lake.
Another Windows RT slate appears to bite the dust, leaving whatever market there is to Microsoft's Surface RT and forthcoming Surface 2.
The company claims its new diminutive notebook offers more than 8 hours of battery life when configured with an Intel Haswell processor.
Dell and Telefonica, the telco behind O2, have expanded the NetReady pay-as-you-go bundled laptop and 3G service to 29 countries in Europe.
Its currency may be depreciating along with other currencies in the region, but Indonesia offers much potential for hardware manufacturers with a largely untapped 3 percent PC penetration rate.
UPDATED: Dell shareholders have voted to take the company off the stock market, in one of the largest privatization deals in modern technology history.
The company recycles the former name of its smartphone for an 8-inch slate using Intel's Bay Trail Atom processor.
The increasing trend toward BYOD -- bring your own device -- is causing companies to explore new approaches for solving support, management, and security challenges.
Dell's mobile Precision workstations get a Haswell upgrade, while the Ivy Bridge-based tower range is expanded with single- and dual-socket models.
Michael Dell gets to take his company private now Carl Icahn is gone after a few verbal jabs. Now what?