Several of the top laptop makers are supposedly looking into making netbooks with Google's Android OS, and Dell has now confirmed that it's on this list.
A slip-up by a third-party developer has exposed Dell's plans to release entry-level notebooks running an operating system created by Google. Dell will apparently be joining several other companies developing netbooks based on Android.
Michael Dell has reportedly confirmed that his company is developing a smartphone, though he didn't divulge when this will be available.
Dell has supposedly been working on its first smartphones for some time, and was hoping to enter the market this year. However, an industry analysts reports that no wireless carriers were interested in the initial devices this company came up with.
During a panel at this week's Mobile World Congress, AT&T's CEO referred to upcoming smartphones from Dell. Problem is, Dell hasn't announced any such thing.
Dell has reportedly put extensive time and effort into releasing smartphones based on either Windows Mobile or Android, with an announcement possibly coming next month.
At least once a year, a new round of rumors crop up that Dell is going to release its first smartphone. A new research note from an industry analyst has set this off again.
In a recent interview, Michael Dell answered questions on his company's plans for smartphones and Mobile Internet Devices.
Competition in the subnotebook market will soon be heating up even more, as the Dell E will reportedly be released next month.
It has been known for some time that Dell intends to release a subnotebook, and now some new information on this upcoming device has surfaced.
In the wake of the runaway success of the Asus Eee PC, other companies are jumping on board with their own subnotebooks. The latest of these is Dell, who is expected to enter this market in the next month or so.
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