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  • Blog Post: Windows XP Rides Off into the Sunset

    Microsoft's Windows XP operating system has had a heck of a run. We've blogged about the Windows Vista downgrade program and the Windows XP End of Life back in 2008 . Some of you may have seen some recent blog posts about Microsoft's plan to phase out the Windows XP operating system, and...
  • Blog Post: Observations on the Adamo Launch

    Since we introduced it earlier this week, the chatter about Adamo continues. Blog posts from John Biggs at CrunchGear and CNET rose to the top of Techmeme . There are almost 600 media articles since we made it official. Beyond that, folks are still voicing their reactions to Adamo on Twitter. Lots...
  • Blog Post: CSI, Jaws and Digital Forensics

    While the 'CSI effect' has glamorised and highlighted the importance of forensics to the public, it bears little reality to the hard work, long hours and challenges faced by the analysts who extract evidence from digital devices. In the real world, police forces are experiencing major problems...
  • Blog Post: Weekly Recap: Dell in the News - July 13th edition

    Welcome to the latest edition of the Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings. Story of the Week Innovating The Process Of Getting Technology To People Who Need It FastCompany – July 10, 2012 Having technology that will change the lives of people in the...
  • Blog Post: Because One Size Does Not Fit All—Dell’s Latitude 2100 Touch Screen Notebook

    The education market has embraced netbooks in recent months mainly because of their affordable price points and ability to run basic software applications that students and teachers are using in the classroom. However, these netbooks were designed for the general public – not for students. Today...
  • Blog Post: March of the Dell Core i7 Laptops

    For those of you who keep up with the technology industry, you may have caught some of the buzz from that Intel's annual round up known as Intel Developer's Forum ( IDF ) in San Francisco. One of today's highpoints is Intel serving notice they have raised the bar in mobile performance by...
  • Blog Post: Weekly Recap: Dell in the News - August 31th edition

    Welcome to the latest edition of the Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings. Story of the Week Dell covers all the Windows 8 bases with new XPS models ZDNet – August 30, 2012 If you want to know what this fall's Windows 8 hardware menu will look like...
  • Blog Post: Improving Battery Standards

    In an earlier post , Lionel mentioned an organization called IPC, and asked me to share some details about the group, my role in it, and to discuss the upcoming tech summit , which happens next month in San Jose. I talked about this recently with eWEEK , but wanted to share more perspective. The IPC...
  • Blog Post: Updating the World’s First Multi-Touch Capable Tablet: the Latitude XT2

    Several folks are interested in the Latitude XT2 – Engadget , SlashGear , Gotta Be Mobile and others have written in anticipation of the coming launch of the Latitude XT2. Rather than making you all wait any longer, we’re unveiling the Latitude XT2 today (Tuesday) instead of tomorrow as speculated...
  • Blog Post: The Rising Importance of the Digital Nomad: Results of The First Crowd-Sourced Whitepaper

    In August, 2008, we launched the Digital Nomads and asked the community to start defining the term “Digital Nomad.” What is it, what are the ramifications of managing a nomadic workforce, what are the challenges for the nomad? The initial results are compelling because they illustrate how...
  • Blog Post: Weekly Recap: Dell in the News - July 20th edition

    Welcome to the latest edition of the Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings. Story of the Week Eight Questions for Dell the Man About Dell the Company All Things Digital – July 17, 2012 Michael Dell, founder, chairman and CEO of the computer company that...
  • Blog Post: KACE Closed!

    Less than two weeks after we announced the agreement to acquire KACE , a world-class systems management appliance company based in Mountain View, California, KACE is officially part of Dell. We’ve worked with KACE for almost two years and are very excited to add the KACE products to our systems...
  • Blog Post: XPS Lives On: New XPS Laptops Bring Performance and Attitude

    Some of you might have seen the news on Engadget , Ubergizmo and Crave . Today, we’re rolling out three laptops worthy of the XPS moniker: the XPS 14 , 15 and 17 . All three are designed for customers who are looking for a premium performance experience, and they feature much of the latest technology...
  • Blog Post: Dell Mini 10v is Official

    Speculation from Engadget recently kicked off some activity in the blogosphere regarding Dell’s netbook plans. Here’s what I can make official: today, we’re introducing the Mini 10v for customers in United States, Canada, and EMEA. APJ and Latin America will be following soon. The Mini...
  • Blog Post: WiGig…Multi-Gigabit Wireless for Your Phone, PC, and TV

    For those of you who have ever cursed the maze of cables you need to dock your laptop or connect it to your cell phone, PC display, or TV, you might be interested in recent news from the Wireless Gigabit Alliance . Some of you might even be sifting through the initial Techmeme buzz on sites like Wi-Fi...
  • Blog Post: Europe Vostro Keyboard Issue: What We're Doing

    Thanks to Flickr user Jake Gordon for alerting us to a problem with our Vostro 1310 and 1510 keyboard layout. He's the one that influenced Engadget and other blogs like Wired to write about the issue. There is no way to say it... we made a mistake and want to apologize to affected customers. I want...
  • Blog Post: Flaming Notebook

    Beyond what you've seen in the blogosphere, there is no update on the now infamous "flaming notebook" from Osaka . We replaced the customer's computer and are still investigating the cause. We think it was a fault in a lithium ion battery cell . Update (8-14): Alex Gruzen just...
  • Blog Post: Dell on Google's Chrome OS and More

    There's been a lot of buzz in the blogosphere since Google announced the Chrome OS last week. For those of you who didn't follow the discussions, the Chrome OS is an experience-targeted cloud OS that has the potential to push the boundaries and definition of the alternative operating environment...
  • Blog Post: Making Cyberspace a safer place

    This week Cyberspace got a little bit safer. In case you missed some of the reactions from USA Today , Dallas Morning News and The Guardian , earlier this week, 400 leaders of governments, businesses, academia and civil society from 40 major “cyber” nations attended the East West Institute’s...
  • Blog Post: Evolution of the Dell Connected Classroom

    It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge. -- Albert Einstein Today, I'm pleased to announce the evolution and expansion of the Connected Classroom learning environment , with the launch of a number of new services and products to our offering. These...
  • Blog Post: Dell's Mini 10 Packs a Punch

    Many of you have been keeping track of the Mini 10 since we previewed some details at CES . Starting today, we'll begin taking preorders from customers in the United States through QVC . U.S. online availability through Dell.com will follow soon after—it's scheduled for February 26. We'll...
  • Blog Post: Direct2Dell Interview with Robert Scoble About China

    Folks who are regular readers of Scobleizer know that Robert spent some time in China last month. He had previously visited there 12 years earlier, and not surprisingly, things had changed dramatically. Jacqui Zhou recently published a post on Direct2Dell Chinese that featured this interview. After I...
  • Blog Post: Dell Announces EqualLogic PS4000 For Small Businesses, Remote Offices

    Today, Dell is expanding the EqualLogic iSCSI SAN line with new PS4000 Series storage arrays. The PS4000 arrays share nearly all of the same great attributes of the enterprise-class PS6000 line and previous EqualLogic generations, including the virtualized peer storage or ‘scale-out’ architecture...
  • Blog Post: Emerging countries embrace technology but obstacles remain

    Today we announced results of Dell-commissioned research conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit in London that shows unmistakably what we hear from customers: Managers in the world's fast-growing emerging economies place a very high value on information and communications technology (ICT),...
  • Blog Post: Dell Retail Presence Now More Than 30,000 Stores

    Recently, several Dell folks traveled to Versailles France to discuss Dell’s retail evolution, share details on some the latest products and offerings like the Alienware M17x as well as some of Dell’s other award-winning machines and Design Studio artists . For a while, I had been providing...