Dell has revealed in a recent announcement that its new line of Venue tablets - the Dell Venue 7, Venue 8, and Venue 8 Pro - are now available online at Dell. com. The tablets were unveiled by Dell earlier this month.
Dell Inc. was to be sold out for a $24.4 agreement this month. But according to its shareholders, the transaction seems to be quite a smaller amount. It underestimates the company's value and therefore, there is a need for a much more attractive deal.
According to analysts, the company should either boost its offer price else it should increase the dividend.
It has been unveiled by a new report that CES 2012 was full of ultrabooks and they remained the attraction for majority of people out there. However, of all of them, Dell’s XPS 13 was found to be at the top.
While Hewlett-Packard (HP) is considering spinning off its PC division, rival manufacturer Dell is stressing on economies of scale from manufacturing and selling PCs.
In his keynote at the Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, Dell's chief executive Michael Dell said that there were numerous reasons to remain committed to personal computing.
American PC maker Dell has announced a partnership with China’s leading search engine Baidu to tap the country’s fast-growing mobile devices market.
Dell confirmed that the two companies were cooperating in the fields of tablet computers and mobile handsets.
The Texan hardware maker Dell recently marked its foray into the cloud arena, with a deal with VMware allowing the company to offer a service which enables businesses to rent computers from an infrastructure-as-a-service cloud, while laying special stress on security.
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