Dell has just announced two new education-oriented devices: a new version of their popular Chromebook 11, as well as an Android-powered tablet called the Dell Venue 10.
Back in Sept 2014, Dell unveiled a new range of tablets, the Venue 8 7000 Series. Now with no fanfare the Venue 8 7840 has now appeared on BestBuy’s website.
Hewlett-Packard has announced that they will split the company into two listed companies.
There was a deluge of Apple-related news this week, but that doesn’t mean news has been boring on the Android front! Samsung had a few choice words to say about the larger iPhones, the first Android apps arrived on Chrome OS devices, we heard several interesting rumors about HTC’s upcoming devices, the integration of Hangouts and Google Voice finally began, Nvidia confirmed the Nexus 9, we learned more details about Samsung’s upcoming full-metal phone, and Dell surprised us with a very exciting tablet.
Intel and Dell announced the Venue 8 7000, an intriguing new tablet that combines a super slim design, powerful specs, and a 3D camera capable of some cool tricks.
Microsoft and Dell have signed a deal covering patents relating to Android and Chrome OS. Dell will now pay Microsoft for every device it sells running Android or Chrome OS.
Dell has launched its new $130 Wyse Cloud Connect. The Android based HDMI dongle can turn your display into a virtualized desktop computer.
Dell’s first Chromebook features an 11.6-inch display of 1366×768 resolution and “exceptional viewing angles”, powered by an Intel HD graphics card and a 1.4GHz Celeron processor.
Look who’s making their return to the wonderful world of Android! Today Dell officially took the wraps of its Intel powered Venue 7 and Venue 8 budget Android tablets. Keep reading to learn more!
In an interview with CNBC, Dell CEO and Chairman Michael Dell flatly denied the company would be getting into the smartphone racket. The struggling PC maker, who is in the process of privatizing the company, vows to be involved with tablets, but smartphones are best left to incumbents, in their eyes.