Michael Dell talks PC history Video
Dell's founder and chairman, Michael Dell, talks with CNET News.com's Tom Krazit and answers that question. Dell describes his PC set-up at home--one that has his own name on it, of course.
CNET News.com's Tom Krazit talks with Dell's Brian Zucker about the evolution of the personal computer in the last 25 years and how consumer demands will further the growth and direction of the PC.
In a conversation with CNET News.com's Tom Krazit, the founder and chairman of Dell looks ahead to a long future for the ever-evolving PC.
Can Intel derail the AMD juggernaut? Get the inside scoop as Charles Cooper, Michael Kanellos, Tom Krazit and special guest Roger Kay debate the question in this week's edition of the CNET News.com Reporters' Roundtable.
CNET News.com's Tom Krazit attended Intel Research Labs' open house on June 20 in Mountain View, Calif., and saw several new systems on display. First was a setup to detect cheaters in online gaming. Then came a futuristic look at dynamic rendering using mini-robotics and complex control software.
Brian Cooley shows of the latest Toyota Prius, and News.com reporter Tom Krazit talks about Apple's future with and without Steve Jobs.
This week in tech rumorland, we wonder what Motorola plans to unveil on Sept. 5, RadioShack might try to sell you a no-contract phone, and is Apple ready to dip its toes into cable TV?
The annual battle of nerves between shoppers and retailers is about to get under way, with the start of the holiday shopping season. With all those tech toys--and there are a lot of cool, new items--what's the plan? Buy now or wait it out? Join Charlie Cooper, Erica Ogg, Michael Kanellos and Tom Krazit on the CNET News.com Reporter's Roundtable to find out.
Dell Chairman Michael Dell talks about the PC maker's vision to offer\r\nlow-cost, scalable computing for the enterprise that delivers on meeting\r\nindustry standards.
CNET News.com's Joris Evers gets inside the first Joint Regional Intelligence Center, whose workforce is drawn from the FBI, Homeland Security and regional agencies. Our camera was allowed in for a visit from Michael Chertoff, secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.