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In a surprise ruling by the Delaware Court of Chancery, a judge has overridden "the market" and has declared that the board of Dell sold the company for $6 billion too little. Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster ruled in favor of protesting shareholders, and has ordered the company to pay the complainants their portion of the difference -- and opens the door for a wider class-action suit by the remainder of the company's shareholders on record when the company went private.
PC manufacturer Dell is selling off its business IT services arm to NTT Data, the companies have announced. A Japanese IT services company in its own right, NTT Data is acquiring Dell Systems for over $3 billion, which will allow it to expand its business and find new clients in North America and bolster its existing services elsewhere, with the move also helping Dell slowly rectify its finances in order to complete its acquisition of EMC Corporation.
Tech-support scams have been around for a long time, but a disturbing new level has been breached with the discovery that scammers are using detailed records of Dell customer interactions to augment their claims that they are legitimate -- suggesting a security breach of Dell's customer base -- and that the company has been aware of the issue since at least last May and does not seem to have done anything about it, since the scams are continuing.
Dell has used CES to introduce a number of new monitors, alongside USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 3 docks. The UltraSharp 30 is Dell's first OLED monitor, one that uses an Ultra HD resolution, the 23 Wireless Monitor and 24 Wireless Monitor both allow smartphones and notebooks to connect wirelessly, and the Dell Dock and Dell Thunderbolt Dock are able to provide connected systems with extra connectivity options, for both PCs and Macs.
From rumor to fact in 48 hours. The big PC powerhouses Microsoft, Dell, Intel, Lenovo, and HP have launched a new program, reminding web surfers and cable watchers about all the things that computers can do. We have two difficulties about criticizing the new "PC Does What" ad campaign: where to begin and how long have you got? There is not one single chance that you saw this and didn't wonder how in the world it ever came into anyone's head, let alone the world.
In an unprecedented technology company collaboration, computing magnates Dell, HP, Intel, Lenovo, and Microsoft are teaming up in an advertising campaign to boost the flagging PC industry. The slogan for the advertising effort, said to be "PC Does What" could be announced as early as Thursday, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Dell and EMC Corporation today announced they have signed a definitive agreement under which Dell, together with its owners, Michael S. Dell, MSD Partners, and investment company Silver Lake, will acquire EMC Corporation, while maintaining VMware as a publicly-traded company. The deal is record-breaking, and is valued at $67 billion, the biggest technology company acquisition to date.
Dell has used Computex to outline some new additions and alterations to its extensive notebook line. The new Inspiron 5000 series is a mid-range collection that covers a wide array of display sizes, the Inspiron 15 7000 2-in-1 is a convertible notebook that can work as a tablet, and the currently-available 3000 series will get a minor upgrade, using Intel's Braswell-based processors.
Electronista was on hand at Computex today, where Microsoft continued its push for Windows 10. With the official announcement last week that Windows 10 will begin shipping from the end of July, Microsoft Senior VP, OEM Division Nick Parker took the opportunity at today's keynote to highlight the wide range of devices that will support Windows 10 at launch. This includes existing devices built for Windows 8, as well as several previously-unannounced devices from Asus, HP, Dell and Toshiba that will arrive when Windows 10 goes on sale.
Dell has unveiled a new display -- the Texas company has released the P2416 display, a 24-inch 2560x1440 IPS display. Alongside the mainstream display, the company is offering an advance shipment replacement guarantee if a single bright pixel is discovered within the three year warranty period.