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Dell kills US smartphone sales

Dell kills US smartphone sales

The news that Dell is pulling out of the US smartphone market will fall on mostly deaf ears. Dell has been very far from a player in the smartphone industry in the United States and the devices are not popular. That means Dell's recent announcement that it is pulling out of the US smartphone business will affect very few people. If you happen to be a fan of Dells Venue or Venue Pro smartphones, this may be bad news to you.

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Dell to launch first consumer tablet in late 2012

Dell to launch first consumer tablet in late 2012

Dell is at CES showing off some interesting wares like the slick XPS 13 Ultrabook that we went hands on with yesterday. There is also word if the company's future plans that are coming out of the CES show as well. Apparently, Dell is set to launch its first consumer tablet computer late this year. Dell has so far not done well in the tablet realm with sales of its Streak tablets leading to several tablets being pulled off the market.

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Dell Latitude ST official: 10 inches of Atom-powered Windows 7

Dell Latitude ST official: 10 inches of Atom-powered Windows 7

We got a glimpse at the upcoming Dell Latitude ST earlier this week, and now the company has outed the juicy hardware details for all. Like the rest of the Latitude line, the ST tablet is aimed at business users, even if a 10.1-inch tablet is something we're not entirely used to in that space. The slate runs a full version of Windows 7 with enterprise-class customizations and some targeted accessories, detailed in the official pics below.

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Dell tablet focus is Windows 8 not Android

Dell tablet focus is Windows 8 not Android

Dell is betting on Windows 8 as the company's best chance of tablet success against the iPad, with CEO Michael Dell arguing that the Android slate market "has not developed" as predicted. Speaking at Dell World 2011 this week, V3 reports, Dell described the PC manufacturer as "very aligned with Microsoft around Windows 8" and teased that "you'll hear more about Windows 8 from us and see a wide range of products released."

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Dell and Baidu are working together on tablet computers and mobile phones

Dell and Baidu are working together on tablet computers and mobile phones

In China, the Baidu search engine is the most popular and widely used. Google operates in China as well, but is second place behind Baidu. China is also one of the fastest growing markets for tablets and has one of the largest mobile phone using populations on the planet. Dell is teaming up with Baidu to make new mobile phones and tablet computers for the Chinese market.

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Dell Stage software for Android and PCs gets update

Dell Stage software for Android and PCs gets update

Dell has been packing software into its PCs and some of its other devices for a while now called Stage to allow access to all sorts of content. Dell has announced that Stage with SyncUp is getting updated with some new features. The new features include the Stage Remote and cloud-based storage and streaming. Dell is offering 2GB of free cloud storage with Nero SyncUp integration.

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Dell missing from Windows Phone 7.1 Mango line-up

Dell missing from Windows Phone 7.1 Mango line-up

Windows Phone 7.1 Mango is official along with new OEM partners Acer, Fujitsu and ZTE, all of whom have committed to releasing at least one WP7.1 device by the end of the year. One curious omission from Microsoft's partner slide, however, is Dell; the company launched one Windows Phone 7 device, the Dell Venue Pro, back at the platform's initial launch, but is conspicuous by its absence at the Mango preview today.

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Dell XPS 15z notebook unveil tomorrow to fight MacBook Air

Dell XPS 15z notebook unveil tomorrow to fight MacBook Air

Dell has been teasing its MacBook Air competitor called the XPS 15z for a while now. The 15z is the latest machine from Dell to try to fight the MacBook Air for dominance in the market for folks looking for thin and portable machines with more than a modicum of good looks on the side. Dell has tried to fight the Air before with the Adamo line of thin notebooks and failed. What will be different this time remains to be seen.

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Dell 10 inch Windows 7 tablet delayed

Dell 10 inch Windows 7 tablet delayed

The launch date for Dell's 10-inch Windows 7 based tablet looks to slip until the fall according to industry analysts. Nobody knows why the 10-inch tablet won't make it's debut until at least September, but it's certainly going to spell doom for Dell taking advantage of the back to school run-up. Dell is planning to position the 10-inch as a business grade tablet anyway, so they not feel the urgency to make the back to school window, instead focusing on the Holiday crowd instead.

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Dell Venue makes CES 2011 debut

Dell Venue makes CES 2011 debut

Dell has officially announced its second Android 2.2 smartphone of CES 2011, and it's the candybar Dell Venue we saw unveiled in South Korea at the tail end of last year. Fronted by a 4.1-inch AMOLED display behind a sheet of curved Gorilla Glass, the Venue has an unspecified 1GHz processor and an 8-megapixel camera.

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