Soon, everyone will have an AI PC
Dell Technologies has jumped on the AI hype train as it prepares to launch new devices.
Does not want an open relationship any more
The tech distributor has ditched its deal to sell VMware products after Broadcom snapped up the software firm.
2023 was the year of Linux on the desktop -- at least for one Torvalds
After Linus Torvalds admits he bought a Dell XPS-13 with Ubuntu Linux for his daughter, Dell Technologies' Developer Community manager Barton George has told the Linux/open-source conference All Things Open that Linux on the desktop does have a future.
All you have to lose is G-Sync tech
The $830 Alienware AW2524H is popular with gamers who have deep pockets and want 500 refreshes per second but now there is the new AW2524HF which does the same thing for $650.
Discounted hardware prices ruled unfair dinkum
Grey box shifter Dell has been fined more than $6.5 million by Australian regulators after it was found to have misled consumers on discounted hardware prices.
You don't need China
India has put $2.1 billion on the table to attract makers of laptops, tablets and other hardware to the South Asian nation as companies look to diversify supply chains beyond China.
$499 and it runs Windows
Dell has released a Windows on Arm laptop with a $500 price tag.
At least for US products
Dell wants to break away from its dependence on Chinese manufacturing by 2027, at least for US products.
Wants stronger supply chain
Grey box shifter Dell has told its semiconductor suppliers to diversify their fabrication and backend facilities by the end of 2024.
Dell warns of huge staff shortage coming
More than a third (37%) of Gen Zers feel their school education didn't prepare them with the digital skills they need to propel their career, according to Dell Technologies' international survey.