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Dell embraces Google May 25, 2006 Deal between the search giant and the PC maker gets Google into new territory. It's a strike against Google rival Microsoft.
The XP alternative for Vista PCs September 21, 2007 Microsoft is quietly telling PC makers they can offer a Windows XP "downgrade" to customers buying systems preloaded with Vista.Image: Lenovo's XP 'downgrade' program
Dell picks Ubuntu for Linux PCs May 1, 2007 Computer maker is trying a second time to sell Linux PCs and has chosen Canonical's Ubuntu to supply the operating system.
Dell brings back XP on home systems April 19, 2007 After adding it back as an option for small businesses, direct seller offers older OS on consumer machines in response to demand.
Vista winds its way to market November 10, 2006 The release of the Windows update to computer makers is just the start of a long process to get it on shelves and in PCs.
Linux fans ready to burn rubber May 24, 2007 The open-source operating system makes headway with Windows stalwart Dell and gets set for a high-speed plug this weekend.
Dell bullish about Vista adoption October 24, 2006 Consumers and businesses will embrace the new operating system, accelerate transition at home and work, Dell exec says.
DVD dispute burns at PC makers September 29, 2005 Dell, Hewlett-Packard assail Intel, Microsoft, which have lined up in the opposite next-generation format camp.
Windows Live gets a LifeCam June 13, 2006 New Webcam line designed for Microsoft's Windows Live Messenger seeks to make video calling commonplace. Photos: Webcams shoot the Messenger
Corel teams up with Lenovo March 1, 2006 Company to put its Small Business Center software on Lenovo PCs, boosting its international presence.
A Dell rebound--not so easy February 2, 2007 CNET News.com's Charles Cooper warns that a recovery isn't just about economics--it's about getting the customer excited.
Week in review: Big boys get busy May 26, 2006 Microsoft showed us more of its vision of Vista, while Google, Dell, Yahoo and eBay continued jockeying for advantage.
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