A Dell executive has suggested the iPad 2, kitted out with extras, costs at least $1500 while suggesting it would fail in the enterprise, with Android Honeycomb to win and a dual Windows/Honeycomb strategy to come.
Amid rolling out a new ultrabook and all-in-one PC late last week, Dell (NASDAQ: DELL) also unwrapped a business-directed tablet, the Latitude 10, a Windows 8-intended mobile device positioned for the commercial sector with advanced security options, a swappable battery and backward-application compatibility.
Sounds good so far but the two big questions surrounding Dell’s new tablet are: Can it ch
Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: TechnologyOPINION: When Commonwealth Bank anointed Andy Lark, ex Dell, as its chief marketing officer one year ago, the writing was on the wall - the banks were morphing into technology companies while technology companies got more like banks. Have you tried getting a straight answer out of Apple recently?
Faced with the real prospect that their longstanding $13.65 per share offer to take Dell (DELL) private would fail to garner enough votes, founder Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners this morning upped their bid by a thin dime to $13.75 per share, while the company again postponed the proxy vote, this time until Aug. 2.