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In a new article on plans to launch Steam Machine PCs based on Valve's SteamOS, an executive at Dell's Alienware unit claims its product will be the "least profitable system we ever sell."
Microsoft has announced a new program for U.S. school systems that will allow them to purchase Windows 8.1 devices from various OEMs with prices that start at under $300 each.
Microsoft's patent agreement with Dell essentially means the latter company's patents are now licensed for Xbox, so don't expect to see any Dell-branded Xbox products as a result of the deal.
Microsoft and Dell have announced a cross-patent licensing agreement, where Dell will use Microsoft patents in Android and Chrome OS devices and Microsoft will use Dell patents in its Xbox consoles.
The positive response is a welcome change, and should allwo all users to finally upgrade their BIOS and enjoy longer battery life and a palm with reduced moisture.
If you have money to burn, why not take advantage of Dells extra service of installing Mozilla Firefox on your new PC? It'll set you back just over 16 quid, and that doesn't cover updates.
A new report claims Microsoft will help to launch a number of low cost Windows 8 tablets that will be made especially for the Indian market, to try to fight off Android dominance in that country.
Dell has finally launched its Android-based mini-PC designed to connect to a display via HDMI. It was previously known as "Project Ophelia" and now is being sold as the Wyse Cloud Connect for $129.
Microsoft is a member of a new industry effort to standardize the use of ARM-based processors in servers, which suggests that the company could launch an ARM-based version of Windows Server.
Alienware has now said its upcoming Steam Machine PC can in fact be upgraded by their owners, but adds that it won't be as easy to do so, compared to its normal Windows desktops.
Alienware plans to launch new versions of its Steam Machine PC each year, but their model won't be able to be upgraded like most of the other third party Steam Machines.
Valve announced today that the number of accounts on Steam went up by 10 million in just three months to reach 75 million. Alienware also announced plans to launch its Steam Machine in September.
No stranger to the business of high-end displays, Dell has lunged into the UHD market. Today we'll be taking a look at Dell's monstrous 32-inch flagship, the UltraSharp UP3214Q.
CES 2014 has been the excuse for major PC companies to announce 4K monitors that will be sold later this year for as cheap as $699, which may lead to more applications supporting 4K content.
Dell's first major TV commercial campaign since going private doesn't show any PC products. Instead, it makes the point that the company is just like many others that began as small startups.
Been thinking about getting a small Windows 8.1 tablet? Microsoft is hoping to tempt you by selling the 8-inch Dell Venue 8 Pro for just $99 this Monday, but stocks will be extremely limited.
Neowin goes all over the Internet to find what we think are some of the best technology and software sales that you might be able to take advantage of during Black Friday 2013.
Amazon starts its Black Friday 2013 sales event early with a week of price cuts, and it begins with sales on a number of Windows 8 and 8.1 devices, include a $229 Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet.
With the holiday season fast approaching, Dell are offering a slightly more affordable avenue into the Windows 8.1 experience in the form of the eight inch Venue 8 Pro tablet.
Dell has finally started selling its XPS 11 notebook-tablet hybrid on sale, with its rotating hinge design that's similar to the ones used by Lenovo's Yoga hybrids, with a starting price of $999.99.
Dell has announced the company will officially revert back to being a private business on Wednesday as the world's third largest PC maker's last day of trading on the NASDAQ stock market is today.
Microsoft sent Neowin a statement responding to a note on Dell's website on running Windows 8 apps on the Xbox One, saying, "The suggestion that all Windows 8 apps run on Xbox One is not accurate."
An Xbox One pre-order page on the Dell website seems to confirm that the the Xbox One will be able to run all Windows 8 apps and that they can be synced up to a Windows 8 tablet.
Research firms IDC and Gartner claim that worldwide PC shipments went down 7.6 and 8.6 percent, respectively, in the third quarter of 2013, although the downturn was not as bad as first predicted.
Dell is offering its Windows Migration Services to help business IT managers ditch Windows XP for Windows 7 or 8 and promotes these services in a new animated video.
A report claims that Dell will announce a new Windows tablet with an ARM processor next week, which strongly suggests that the company has not abandoned the Windows RT platform after all.
Dell is no longer selling its Windows RT-based XPS 10 tablet on its website, which makes Microsoft the only company selling a Windows RT hardware product for now.
Dell is relaunching its Inspiron lineup of consumer laptops this fall, including the new 11-inch Inspiron 11, a Windows 8 touchscreen notebook that has a starting price of $349.
Dell's shareholders have now approved a plan from the PC company's founder Michael Dell to take the company private again, which will be helped with a $2 billion investment from Microsoft.
With a view to revive the Venue brand, Dell has announced the Windows 8.1-based Venue Tablet running on "Bay Trail" Atom chip at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco today.
Billionaire Carl Icahn has announced that he has ended his efforts to take over control of Dell, leaving the way for Michael Dell's plans to take the PC maker private to go forward.
A report claims that Dell is working on multiple tablets for business customers, including an 8-inch device, as a company executive asserts that Windows 8.1 will beat Android and iOS in enterprise.
Southern Illinois University will be giving its freshman students free Dell Latitude 10 tablets with Windows 8 installed, and will also switch from Google Mail to using Office 365 for all students.
Dell has posted its quarterly earnings report and while its yearly revenue is pretty much flat the company has seen a 72% decline in profits. Dell is also trying to go back to being private company.
Neowin presents the first part of a guide that checks out some of the best current Windows 8 PC sales aimed at students as they start to go back to school this month.
Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell has agreed to once again improve his offer to the company's shareholder in his attempt to take Dell back to being a private company.
Beta testers are in the process of receiving Dell's tiny computer, formally known as 'Wyse'. The device runs Android 4.1 and could be available in only a matter of months, should testing go well.
In a new interview, Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell says he will still like to stay with the PC company he created even if his plan to take the business private fails in an upcoming shareholder vote
Dell has postponed its shareholder vote on going private again, this time to August 2nd, but this time they will have a slightly better share offer from Michael Dell to consider.
PC maker Dell has delayed a planned vote by its shareholders on a proposal to take the company private until July 24th, with reports that the current proposal did not have enough votes.
A new TV commercial promoting Windows 8 shows how a pro baseball scout running the OS on a Dell tablet can beat one that uses Apple's iPad thanks to Windows 8's support for running two apps at once.
Dell VP Sam Burd said that the company has only sold 'hundreds of thousands' of its two Windows 8/RT tablets. Meanwhile, Dell is thinking about entering the wearable computing space.
Alienware revealed a new line of notebooks on Monday night at an E3 2013 press event, with a new design for its 14, 17 and 18 inch laptops, along with new gear and software.
Dell has announced plans to improve the hardware inside two of its first Windows 8 PCs: the XPS 12 notebook-tablet hybrid and the all-in-one XPS 27, including new Intel Haswell processors.
Dell's Alienware division has started a countdown website and uploaded two teaser videos ahead of a planned product launch announcement that will be made on June 10th.
Dell's Alienware division has launched a new hardware version of its game console-like X51 PC desktop, adding in support for Intel's fourth generation Core (Haswell) processors and more.
Dell has revealed it plans to launch the XPS 11, a new 11.6 inch Windows 8 notebook-tablet hybrid that will have a hinged keyboard designed to fold backward on the display.
Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan stated in a new interview, "I don't hate on Windows 8", but also took the time to say how "super disappointed" he was with how Dell and HP have treated the PC industry.