Dell might be releasing a smartphone soon. Don Reisinger offers up some suggestions for the company before it does so.
Missing the Dell Axim PDA range? Perk up: Dell is reportedly developing a range of smart phones that run Android and Windows Mobile
CNET takes a hands-on look at the upcoming Dell Aero Android phone for AT&T. Unfortunately, it's not quite the in-depth look we were after.
The growing screen size and touch capabilities of smartphones, in combination with some great apps, are making them formidable rivals to standalone navigation devices.
Dell joins Google as a newcomer to the smart-phone fray with the Dell Mini 3, an Android-powered touchscreen handset that's coming to the UK
Rumors have built all year about Dell's plans for the smartphone market, and the company might finally be ready to show off what it has developed.
Black Hat this week means lots of security vulnerabilities in the news, including the fact that SSL is now just SL thanks to an exploit discovered by Kaminsky and friends. We also decide that you can't fix stupid. Too bad. I wish we could.
An industry analyst says Dell's handset will be sold by retailers, since many carriers have shown little interest in the features to be included in the upcoming hinted-about phone.
Rumours are flying that Dell's prototype Windows Mobile and Android handsets were rebuffed by operators for being too bland
No plans for substitute handheld PC