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The company claims improved performance thanks to Intel's new Xeon Haswell-EP processors and support for up to 1TB of DDR4 memory.
Dell's Chromebook 11 may be aimed at education but its combination of solid, elegant design and good battery life gives it appeal beyond the classroom.
Angela Fox has now taken up her role as the new Dell ANZ managing director, and plans to drive the company's enterprise, software, and service divisions going forward, but will not be neglecting its end-user computing business either.
Red Hat and its partners are betting that 64-bit ARM processors are ready for the data center.
Dell said it's accepting the cryptocurrency on Dell.com in a pilot that partners the computer giant with the Bitcoin processor Coinbase.
Dell recently bought Statsoft, a Tulsa, Oklahoma-based company that produces analytics software. What comes next might not surprise you, unless you're easily surprised.
The refreshed 7-inch and 8-inch tablet lineup features Intel's new Atom processors and starts at $159.99.
Lowanna College took advantage of the previous federal government's promise, and now manages 1,000 laptops for its senior school students where it has created a managed BYOD environment.
Rejecting existing, open source groups looking to establish a common approach for the Internet of Things, Samsung, Intel, Broadcom, Dell have formed the Open Interconnect Consortium to establish a common open source approach for the Internet of Things.
Dell's Data Protection bundle of endpoint security tools now includes Dropbox for Business integration, allowing the clean separation and protection of personal and work data.
Dell's new products illustrate how hardware vendors are all rallying around converged systems as well as storage gear that increasingly incorporates solid state storage.
Security still tops the list of issues that put firms off cloud services. But many concerns may be misplaced, wrong or simply missing the point.
It will be business as usual for Dell Australia and New Zealand’s incoming vice president and general manager, Angela Fox, with the company set to continue building on the business technology solutions focus it has fostered locally under the outgoing Joe Kremer.
Michael Dell went on stage at Future in Review to talk about going private, the future of his company, and making money from PCs.
Two-in-one devices, hybrids, Intel juggling Android and Windows are the common themes at Computex. Sounds like a replay of the PC industry's last two years.
Dell hopes to take a little air out of Apple's sails with the ultrathin, ultrapricey Adamo. Watch as iFixit and TechRepublic crack open the Dell Adamo and compare it to the MacBook Air.
Dell has introduced its new vibrant array of Inspiron slim and mini-tower desktops, available in eight new colors and starting at $299.
Images of Dell's new all-in-one desktop, the Studio One 19, in white (it will also come in red, navy blue, pink and charcoal). Starting at $699, the Studio One 19 will be available in Japan on March 23, and in other countries later this spring.
Dell today announced its Studio One 19, an all-in-one desktop computer that the company says looks just as good in the family room as it does in the the kitchen. Intended for the "shared computing experience," the Studio One 19 comes with optional touch capability for a more interactive feel.
Laptop security is a top-shelf issue for IT pros, and there's nothing worse than data corruption from drops, spills and tech complications thanks to an employee or the environment they're in. Enter Dell's Latitude E6400 XFR, the company's next-gen "fully rugged" platform, engineered to meet the needs of the most demanding customers: the military, first responders, field service technicians and those who require systems that meet MIL STD 810F specs: drop tests, sea fog, temperature extremes, thermal shock and explosive environments.
Here you can see the Mini 9 (still running Windows XP) sitting on top of the MacBook Pro 15-inch unibody.
Yesterday I took delivery of a Dell Studio XPS 13 notebook. This is a replacement for my aging (and rapidly eroding) 17-inch notebook. Since mentioning this system I've fielded quite a few emails from people interested in finding out about this system. Here are my initial thoughts on this system.
Dell has announced its 12.1-inch (1,280 x 800 pixel) Latitude XT2, the industry's first tablet PC with multi-touch technology. Here's a look at the device, which starts at $2,399 in the U.S.
At the D: All Things Digital conference, Michael Dell was caught carrying a version of his company's upcoming netbook. So Dell decided to share with everyone.
Dell thrived in a time when PC users just cared about what was inside the computer, how fast it went, and what was the size of the monitor. But times are changing.
Twin Dell Vostro mini-towers arrive and are unboxed and installed in this gallery.
Dell has claimed it is the greenest IT company in the world. <em>ZDNet Australia</em> went on a tour of its recycling partner's plant, MRI Australia, in Blacktown, Sydney.
Here are ZDNet Reviews' 10 favorite items from the past week, including the new Kindle and the Dell XPS One.
Dell has introduced its new Vostro range, aimed at small businesses that require minimal IT support. Here's the full line-up available in Australia at launch.
Which big brands have setup shop in-world? View a map of brands in Second Life, and associated screen shots.
At the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Orlando, Fla., Dell Chairman Michael Dell tells Gartner analysts Jennifer Beck and John Enck that the fastest-growing markets for the company are outside the U.S. and that the infrastructure exists in those countries for Dell to sell direct to its customers.
At OracleWorld in San Francisco, Sun CEO Scott McNealy takes on the competition, touting Java, open-source systems and upcoming low-cost infrastructure software announcements.