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Dell unveils its all-new Venue tablets, plus major updates to its XPS Ultrabook line

New products will run Windows 8.1 and Android; Windows RT gets the cold shoulder.

Dell XPS 12 Ultrabook review: Haswell refresh adds performance

Dell's cleverly designed laptop/tablet improves with new CPUs. It runs faster and lasts longer, but is still premium priced.

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The America's Cup: nerves, skill, and computer design

This year's America's Cup will be remembered for Oracle Team USA's jaw-dropping comeback against Emirates New Zealand, but it should also be remembered for the huge role computers have come to play in the competition.

on techhive.com

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Dell drops XPS 10, leaving Microsoft's Surface as sole Windows RT tablet

Dell's XPS 10 tablet models with Windows RT have been removed from the company's website.

Rapid Review: Dell Inspiron 2350

Outfitted with a fast Intel CPU and 12GB RAM, the Inspiron 2350 proves that all-in-ones can be both handsome and good performers.

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Dell introduces $349 Inspiron 11 touchscreen laptop

Dell has introduced an 11.6-inch Inspiron 11 touchscreen laptop starting at US$349 as the company reshapes its consumer laptop lineup with a new naming scheme and models.

Dell XPS 12 Ultrabook review

Switching to Intel's new Haswell platform gives Dell's XPS 12 Ultrabook convertible a boost in performance and battery life.

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Dell upgrades Precision workstation, pro laptop lines

Dell unveils desktop and mobile workstations that feature new chips, faster RAM, and a high-resolution laptop screen.

After going private Dell says it will stick with PC business

Dell can be more entrepreneurial as a private company, CEO and founder Michael Dell says.

Dell goes private as shareholders approve $24.9 billion deal

Shareholders have voted to approve a US$24.9 billion buyout of the company by founder and CEO Michael Dell and investment firm Silver Lake Partners.

Dell to revive Venue mobile brand with new Windows 8.1 tablet

Dell showed on Wednesday a new Windows 8.1 tablet called Venue, a brand name for mobile devices the PC maker abandoned when it discontinued shipment of smartphones early last year.