One day we might grow other things, like our computers.
Those in the market for a new computer might want to consider Dell's latest offering that will see the price of an unlocked 3G Streak 5 fall to just $99 when combined with a laptop purchase.
If you've shunned Dell's Streak 7 because you felt $450 was too much to pay for an (off-contract) 7-inch tablet, you'll be pleased to hear that the WiFi version is up for pre-order on Amazon for quite a bit less.
At the current rate of hardware refreshes, tablets could easily replace consoles, both handheld and mainstream.
Carlos Slim has further widened the gap between himself and the man who occupies second place on Forbes' rich list.
In the frenzy of Android tablets to be released, Windows 7 has fallen behind but with some new endorsement from Dell, the platform will be able to compete with the other tablets on the market.
After all this talk of Verizon iPhones, it’s about time we get some nice news for the T-Mobile subscribers.
It's been a bit of a winding road for the Dell Venue Pro. It was announced the day of the Windows Phone 7 event but when WP7 launch day came, the Venue Pro was in short supply. Dell then had to stop shipments citing WiFi and battery concerns.
The unlocked version of Dell's Streak tablet is headed to the States, packed with tasty Froyo goodness.
Microsoft made headlines back in July when it gave out over 90,000 Windows Phone 7 phones to its staff. Now it looks like Dell is taking a leaf out of Redmond's book while supporting its own product at the same time.
Just because Windows Phone 7 isn't your cup of tea, that doesn't mean you can't ever have Dell's sexiest new handset, the Venue Pro.
Windows Phone 7 is here, and Microsoft has hardware lined up for its new OS. HTC, Dell, Samsung and LG: check out the specs here.
It's been a mental morning but we promised to provide more information on all of the phones announced this morning and we're men (and woman) of our word. We'll update with pictures just as soon as we can.
The Windows Phone 7 news is coming fast and hard this morning and, though Microsoft's press conference is still going in New York City, the company has already sent out the press release announcing the launch of the OS.
Four months after details were leaked on the Internet, a Dell Thunder prototype was found in the wild.
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