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Dell Inc. is one of largest technology corporations in the world. Michael Dell started the company in 1984, and it sold computers built from stock components. Previously named PCs Limited, the company created the "Turbo PC," the company's first computer. In 1988, the company changed its name to Dell Computer Corporation. Dell sells personal computers, servers, data storage devices, network switches, software, and computer peripherals. Dell acquired computer hardware company Alienware in 2006, and Perot Systems, an information technology services provider, in 2009. Dell is also considered as the third largest PC vendors in the world, next to HP and Lenovo (as of 12/30/2013).

Dell snaps Wyse up

04/02/2012, Every company needs to continue improving regardless of how far ahead they are of the competition if they were to remain relevant in the market, as even the biggest giants can always fall due to negligence or plain poor planning. Dell, once the darling of...

Dell reportedly killing its smartphone business in the US

03/29/2012, Dell has in the past attempted to break into the smartphone market by introducing their Windows Phone based Venue and Venue Pro series, but now according to a report, it looks like Dell could be killing off their smartphone business in the US completely....

Dell has Windows 8 tablet plans

03/07/2012, Dell might not have done too well in the smartphone market with their Dell Streak series, but that does not mean the computer manufacturer is going to throw in the towel in this segment anytime soon. No sir, they are looking into a future of tablets, and...

Dell XPS 13 ultrabook now available for $999.99

02/28/2012, A few days ago, we reported that the Dell XPS 13 manuals were leaked ahead of the ultrabook’s launch. This seemed to indicate that the ultrabook was well on its way towards it scheduled launch for the end of February, and if Dell’s first ultrabook...

Dell XPS 13 manuals leak ahead of launch

02/24/2012, Remember the Dell XPS 13 that was unveiled at CES last month? Well the ultrabook was scheduled to arrive at the end of February and it looks like it might be on track. Apparently the manuals for the Dell XPS 13 were leaked on Dell’s official website...

Top 10 CES Gadgets

01/23/2012, LG and Samsung 55” OLED TV, At CES, both LG and Samsung have committed to commercialize large-size OLED televisions by the end of the year. While no pricing has been announced yet, the rumored price is said to be hovering around $8000. We don’t know...

Alienware X51 gaming PC is a milestone

01/17/2012, Dell’s Alienware X51 desktop gaming PC marks a major turn for the Alienware brand. We all know the brand for its “absolute performance” orientation, and if you’ve tried to lift a “classic” Alienware Desktop system, you know that these were not...

Dell Streak 7 receives Ice Cream Sandwich ROM

01/17/2012, Dell might have stopped selling the Streak 7 in the US, but that does not mean there is no more life in this particular tablet. No sir, a community of unofficial developers have come together to conjure a beta build of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich,...

Dell consumer tablet coming late 2012

01/11/2012, Dell has stamped their intention to roll out their first consumer tablet device sometime later this year, and this will certainly intensify the competition in an already crowded market that had seen the end of bitter rival HP’s TouchPad sometime...

DELL XPS 13 – The Ultimate Ultrabook

01/10/2012, [CES 2012] In the past, Dell has not been known for its forte in product design. Instead, the brand’s reputation relied more on its ability to provide affordable computers for the masses. With the rise of the iPhone and the constant domination of...

Dell Streak Pro D43 hits China

12/21/2011, We have seen a leaked Dell Streak Pro 101DL that is powered by Baidu’s Yi platform, and here is news of the Dell Streak Pro D43 (the 101DL is the Japanese counterpart) that has just hit China. This is the first Baidu Yi-powered smartphone in the world,...

Dell Streak Pro 101DL running on Baidu’s Yi platform leaked

12/19/2011, While Dell appears to have exited the US market for Android smartphones, their plans to enter China’s market by adopting Baidu’s Yi smartphone platform (essentially a modified version of Android) is no secret, and thanks to some leaked photos, we now...

Dell quits netbook business in favor of ultrabooks

12/16/2011, Netbooks were sort of an alternative to laptops as they tended to be smaller, thus allowing for more mobility if all you wanted to do was surf the web and type up some documents. However it looks like under the pressure of the ever-increasing popularity...

Dell unveils new Alienware Aurora gaming PC

12/13/2011, Gamers, if you’ve got the cash to splash and you’re looking for a new gaming rig, Dell has unveiled the brand Alienware Aurora desktop gaming PC. Much like Dell’s other Alienware offerings, this one will not come cheap so here’s what you should be...