Dell has recalled Hybrid Power Adapters manufactured between January 2017 and March 2017 because of a shock hazard.
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There's been a great deal of chatter about private equity interest in Dell, but what happens then? Can the PC company make itself relevant in a post-PC world?
Rumors are circulating that Dell is the focus of a buyout. Would that fundamentally change the company's position and help it to break free from its reliance on the PC industry?
One analyst says Dell is benefiting from very low expectations where consensus is looking for a 10 percent year-on-year decline in revenue and a 20 percent year-on-year decline in earnings per share.
Kaazing HTML 5 WebSocket technology enables a single Dell PowerEdge R620 server to deliver 10 messages per second to one million live Web users.
A search of the site for 10-inch systems returns no results.
Don't let marketing near technical stuff!
I think that it's vital that big companies sit up, listen and take note of what consumers are saying. It seems that OEM giant Dell is doing just that.
I'm still trying to make sense of the comments made to CIO Australia by Dell's global head of marketing for large enterprises and public organisations, Andy Lark, regarding the iPad.
Rumors are circulating that AMD is up for sale, and that Dell might be interested in purchasing the chip giant.