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Dell shows off new technology

At a press event in San Francisco May 17, Dell CTO Kevin Kettler and Jay Parker, head of the company's server business, showed recent and upcoming technologies that they hope will beat out competitors in the business computing market. Among the offerings was a cooling system for PCs and a new product called Project Hybrid.

May 17, 2007


Dell unveils first AMD-based servers

From Oracle OpenWorld 2006: Michael Dell discusses two new systems available starting today: the four-processor PowerEdge 6950 and the two-processor PowerEdge SC1435. Both use Advanced Micro Devices' Opteron processor, a first for Dell.

October 23, 2006


A preview of what's to come at CES 2007

CEA President and CEO Gary Shapiro told the Industry Forum in San Francisco on Oct. 16 that sales of consumer electronic products willreach nearly $150 billion in 2007. Also, CEA Senior VP of Events and Conferences Karen Chupka announced an impressive lineup for keynoteaddresses, which include Microsoft's Bill Gates and Dell's Michael Dell.

October 16, 2006


Dell's new gaming desktop

Dell's XPS 700 high-end desktop includes Intel's new Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Extreme chips and delivers a polished, powerful, cutting-edge gaming PC. CNET's Rich Brown takes a look.

July 14, 2006


Dell XPS M2010--a powerful hybrid

A striking feat of engineering that's sure to garner attention in a stylish home or on a multimedia-intensive sales call, the Dell XPS M2010 is simply too expensive and impractical to be anything more than a curio for the rest of us.

May 31, 2006


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