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Michael Talks to Customers, Bloggers @ CES

This week at CES, Michael sat down with a small group of customers and bloggers to discuss technology trends, customer service, and Dell’s activities in digital media. What followed was a wide-ranging discussion on topics including: StudioDell, questions about Jeff Jarvis and customer service, Michael as a blogger/blog … READ MORE

Lionel Menchaca January 12, 2007

"Plant a Tree for Me"

At CES today, Michael Dell launched “Plant a Tree for Me,” our most recent environmental initiative. This new global carbon-offset program offers customers the opportunity to offset the carbon emissions associated with the generation of electricity required to power their computers. For a long time, we’ve been committed … READ MORE

Tod Arbogast January 9, 2007

Michael @ CES: Tech Trends, New Products, and StudioDell

View VideoFormat: flvDuration: This Gear Up video kicked off Michael’s CES 2007 keynote. During his speech, Michael called out two trends leading into the next phase of consumer electronics: tighter hardware and software integration that results in better ease of use and the impact of forthcoming  fiber-speed networks. … READ MORE

Lionel Menchaca January 9, 2007

Webcast of Michael’s Keynote @ CES 2007

Michael Dell will give a keynote speech in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show on Tuesday, January 9 beginning at 9 a.m. PST (11 a.m. CST). In his keynote, he’ll describe how customer imagination is the key ingredient to innovation. He’ll also discuss technology trends that will continue to … READ MORE

Lionel Menchaca January 8, 2007

Blog Debate About Dell’s Media Coverage

We’ve been watching the discussion unfold since Robert Scoble’s post yesterday where he asked what’s behind negative PR (or a lack thereof) regarding Dell and Apple. I can’t speak for Apple, but I can give you Dell’s perspective. Media coverage isn’t the real issue—it’s really about our customers’ … READ MORE

Lionel Menchaca January 3, 2007
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