Damn...that's one hell of a flaw!

DAMN! That's a hell of a lot of cash!

Well, if at first you do not succeed... try DELL! 

You have got to be kidding me.
Security researcher Jacob Appelbaum dropped a bombshell of sorts earlier this week when he accused American tech companies of placing government-friendly backdoors in their devices. Now Texas-based Dell Computers is offering an apology.

Really? Damn!  
Dell is using an interesting strategy to trim expenses. It's asking its employees to quit, a Dell spokesperson confirmed. 

Awesome! Now I can take my cat with me!

Hmmm... sorta cool I guess...
Dell's project Ophelia, an Android-PC-on-a-stick effort revealed at CES last January, is apparently set to debut in July.

Yeeeaaaah..... when you loan Dell, hell... ANYONE 2 BILLION dollars you can expect some strings to be attached.

Well, it was expected and now it seems to be...true.

Silver Lake and Dell are negotiating a price in the range of $13.50 to $14.25 a share, said one of the people, who asked not to be named because the talks are private. Microsoft is discussing contributing about $2 billion for the deal, which could be announced this week, the person said.

Microsoft stands to benefit from propping up Dell, one of its largest partners in selling personal computers that run Windows software. Both companies are racing to make up for an industrywide slump by working together on tablets, a market led by Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Google Inc. (GOOG) Microsoft could also use Dell’s help selling to business customers.