Dell installs self-signed root certificate on laptops, endangers users’ privacy

Rubric: Dell | 24 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Dell installs self-signed root certificate on laptops, endangers users’ privacy

Dell Plans Fix for Security Flaw That Could Let Hackers Snoop on Traffic. Major U.S. computer company Dell Inc [DI.UL] said on Monday a security hole exists in some of its recently shipped laptops that could make it easy for hackers to access users’ private data.The flaw, discovered by a private security researcher and announced Sunday, highlights the difficulty of implementing encryption schemes to protect computer users.New models from the XPS, Precision and Inspiron families include a powerful root CA certificate called eDellRoot, which puts the machines’ owners at risk of identity theft and banking fraud. A pre-installed program on some newly purchased Dell laptops that can only ...

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Whitman Readies Slimmed-Down HP for Duel With Bulked-Up Dell

Rubric: Dell | 31 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Whitman Readies Slimmed-Down HP for Duel With Bulked-Up Dell

Bye-bye HP, it’s the end of an era. Meg Whitman long resisted a breakup of Hewlett-Packard, saying that selling computers to consumers and businesses was the best way to keep the Silicon Valley pioneer alive.One of the nation’s most storied tech companies will split in two this weekend — another casualty of seismic shifts in the way people use technology and big-company sluggishness in responding. Now, with personal computer demand in decline and companies flocking to the cloud to run their operations, she is on board with the company’s split, which is effective Sunday. Hewlett-Packard was an early pioneer of what became the model for Silicon Valley startups: Founded in 1939 ...

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Dell Chromebook 13 review: We have almost zero complaints

Rubric: Dell | 17 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Dell Chromebook 13 review: We have almost zero complaints

Dell Chromebook 13 review: We have almost zero complaints. When Chromebooks first made their appearance in 2011, I didn’t see myself ever becoming a part of the product’s target audience. If you’ve been shouting at “OK Google” at your laptop all morning long, unsuccessfully trying to voice-activate a Google search, it’s not a problem with your computer.Google upgraded the Chrome earlier this week, adding and subtracting a slew of features, including Chrome’s desktop notification centre that was retired from Version 46.For accessing files from different locations we can make use of tools like OneDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox, but when it comes to remotely accessing a device like ...

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Dell Chromebook 13 review: We have almost zero complaints

Rubric: Dell | 17 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Dell Chromebook 13 review: We have almost zero complaints

Dell Chromebook 13 review: We have almost zero complaints. When Chromebooks first made their appearance in 2011, I didn’t see myself ever becoming a part of the product’s target audience. If you’ve been shouting at “OK Google” at your laptop all morning long, unsuccessfully trying to voice-activate a Google search, it’s not a problem with your computer.Google upgraded the Chrome earlier this week, adding and subtracting a slew of features, including Chrome’s desktop notification centre that was retired from Version 46.For accessing files from different locations we can make use of tools like OneDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox, but when it comes to remotely accessing a device like ...

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HP, Lenovo, Dell Unite in $70 Million PC Ad Campaign

Rubric: Dell | 16 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
HP, Lenovo, Dell Unite in $70 Million PC Ad Campaign

‘PC does what?’ Rivals combine for $70M ad campaign. SO many people have gone so long without buying a new personal computer that the industry’s biggest players are trying something different: a quirky advertising campaign. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 15, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Dell, HP, Intel, Lenovo and Microsoft are collaborating for the first time on a joint advertising campaign that showcases the exciting innovation in today’s newest personal computers (PCs). Rival PC makers Hewlett-Packard, Dell and Lenovo are joining forces with Microsoft and Intel to revive languishing PC sales with ads that don’t promote specific brands. The combination of Intel’s best processors ever ...

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Update: Dell to benefit from ‘synergies’ with EMC, Tucci says

Rubric: Dell | 12 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Update: Dell to benefit from ‘synergies’ with EMC, Tucci says

Dell agrees record $67b EMC deal. Alongside the not-unexpected news that Dell would acquire EMC in a record $67.1 billion deal, EMC-controlled VMware released an early look at its Q3 results: the virtualization giant said it expects to post $1.672 billion in sales, with non-GAAP net income of $1.02/share. Texas – Dell agreed to buy EMC for about $67 billion in the largest technology acquisition ever, creating a corporate-computing giant that will use a wider product lineup to woo customers as demand slows and competition stiffens.The deal sees Dell move away from the personal computer market and into the data storage and management business, which is seen to be more lucrative and growing ...

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Tech Five: EMC shares surge off Dell deal

Rubric: Dell | 12 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Tech Five: EMC shares surge off Dell deal

Dell agrees record $67b EMC deal. Texas – Dell agreed to buy EMC for about $67 billion in the largest technology acquisition ever, creating a corporate-computing giant that will use a wider product lineup to woo customers as demand slows and competition stiffens. The deal sees Dell move away from the personal computer market and into the data storage and management business, which is seen to be more lucrative and growing faster.Computing giant Dell has acquired data storage behemoth EMC to create what it calls the “world’s largest privately-controlled, integrated technology company” in a deal worth $67 billion.Shareholders of EMC Corp. will receive about $33.15 per share, which includes ...

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Billionaire Michael Dell Strikes Largest Ever Tech Deal With $67 Billion EMC …

Rubric: Dell | 12 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Billionaire Michael Dell Strikes Largest Ever Tech Deal With $67 Billion EMC …

Dell agrees record $67b EMC deal. Texas – Dell agreed to buy EMC for about $67 billion in the largest technology acquisition ever, creating a corporate-computing giant that will use a wider product lineup to woo customers as demand slows and competition stiffens.The deal sees Dell move away from the personal computer market and into the data storage and management business, which is seen to be more lucrative and growing faster.Computing giant Dell has acquired data storage behemoth EMC to create what it calls the “world’s largest privately-controlled, integrated technology company” in a deal worth $67 billion.Shareholders of EMC Corp. will receive about $33.15 per share, which includes ...

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Dell Announces Purchase of EMC for $67 Billion

Rubric: Dell | 12 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Dell Announces Purchase of EMC for $67 Billion

Data Sheet—Monday, October 12, 2015. San Francisco: Dell agreed to buy EMC Corp for about $67 billion (Dh246.1 billion) in the largest technology acquisition ever, creating a corporate-computing giant that will use a wider product line-up to woo customers as demand slows and competition stiffens. Dell has agreed to purchase Boston-area data storage company EMC for $67 billion, making it the largest tech acquisition ever, The Boston Globe reports.A giant dinosaur – as long as a double decker bus – that lived about 72 million years ago had a brain just 6.3cm big, say UK scientists who have described one of the most complete sauropod dinosaur braincases ever found in Europe. Dell plans to ...

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Billionaire Michael Dell Strikes Largest Tech-Ever Tech Deal With $67 Billion …

Rubric: Dell | 12 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Billionaire Michael Dell Strikes Largest Tech-Ever Tech Deal With $67 Billion …

Data Sheet—Monday, October 12, 2015. San Francisco: Dell agreed to buy EMC Corp for about $67 billion (Dh246.1 billion) in the largest technology acquisition ever, creating a corporate-computing giant that will use a wider product line-up to woo customers as demand slows and competition stiffens. Dell has agreed to purchase Boston-area data storage company EMC for $67 billion, making it the largest tech acquisition ever, The Boston Globe reports. A giant dinosaur – as long as a double decker bus – that lived about 72 million years ago had a brain just 6.3cm big, say UK scientists who have described one of the most complete sauropod dinosaur braincases ever found in Europe. Dell plans to ...

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