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Dell killed Adamo earlier this year when its take on the luxury laptop didn't resonate with customers. Now it's back with a more moderate take on a more wallet-friendly thin notebook.
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.
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.
As its commercial sales have rebounded, Dell's consumer lineup has struggled. Now Dell is in the process of rolling out new branding and a more simplified product line for the holidays.
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.
First Palm. Could Motorola be next? The fact that it's using Google's Android instead of its own OS to build its smartphones could keep it out of the hands of acquirers.
Following its smartphone launch, Dell sets up a separate business group. Consumer group will be combined with small and medium business.
The first carriers for the Android-based phone will be China Mobile and Brazil's Claro. Details on the devices? Those will come later.
Michael Dell recruits another high-profile executive from outside the PC industry to play a role in the company's turnaround.
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.