The former Motorola VP brought in to fix Dell's consumer strategy will leave the company in January amid yet another restructuring of the PC maker's business units.
It's bigger than a phone, smaller than a tablet, and coming to the U.S. this summer. Here's a closer look at the new Android device.
Following its smartphone launch, Dell sets up a separate business group. Consumer group will be combined with small and medium business.
Company is supposedly close to hiring a new CEO for its soon-to-be-spun-off cell phone business. An HP executive is one of the finalists.
Rumors surface that Dell may be working on a smart phone to rival Apple's iPhone.
The PC maker barely misses Wall Street expectations on revenue, but rebounding enterprise sales help bring in its highest earnings per share ever for the third quarter.
Two executives, Mike Cannon and Mark Jarvis, are departing as the computer maker regroups globally around four types of customers.
A board member says a BusinessWeek story claiming that the mobile-phone maker's board is looking to replace its chief executive is wrong.
Michael Dell tells an audience in Tokyo it's "not unreasonable" to expect a phone and perhaps other smaller, connected devices from his company in the future.
The PC maker will introduce its first handheld at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.