India spends $2.1 billion to lure laptop makers
You don't need China
India has put $2.1 billion on the table to attract makers of laptops, tablets and other hardware to the South Asian nation as companies look to diversify supply chains beyond China.
Dell releases cheap and cheerful Arm laptop
$499 and it runs Windows
Dell has released a Windows on Arm laptop with a $500 price tag.
Dell wants out of China by 2027
At least for US products
Dell wants to break away from its dependence on Chinese manufacturing by 2027, at least for US products.
Dell orders suppliers to diversify their fabrication and backends
Wants stronger supply chain
Grey box shifter Dell has told its semiconductor suppliers to diversify their fabrication and backend facilities by the end of 2024.
Generation Z not equipped with enough technical skills
Dell warns of huge staff shortage coming
More than a third (37%) of Gen Zers feel their school education didn't prepare them with the digital skills they need to propel their career, according to Dell Technologies' international survey.
Dell increases the speed that its Luna project falls apart
This is a good thing
Last year, Dell released Concept Luna, which is a sustainable laptop with fewer screws, using components that are easier to upgrade and recycle. Now it has improved the concept, and its latest Luna device can be fully disassembled in around 30 seconds using a push-pin tool.
Dell XPS 13 Plus blighted by adhesive issues
OLED screen falls off
Dell XPS 13 Plus laptops appear to be having some serious issues with their OLED screen falling off.
Dell releases barrel camera
I am ready for my close up Mr. DeMille
Dell has released a new is adding a new barrel-shapped Dell Pro Webcam.
Dell boldly goes where Apple could not
Patents a method to wireless charge a phone from your PC
After years of trying to get a PC to wirelessly charge a phone from a PC and failing, fruity cargo cult Apple has been beaten to the punch by the grey box shifter Dell.
Dell defends its Compression Attached Memory Module
It is not designed to lock out user upgrades
Dell's new Compression Attached Memory Module (CAMM) leaked out last week, and several tech sites think it is all part of a cunning plan to"lock out user upgrades."