TopBuy to become part of Deals Direct.
End of an era for leadership at retail giant.
Launches "marketplace" for second-hand hardware.
Photos: Dick Smith's new fashionable store in Melbourne 
Sexy stores part of the turnaround for Dick Smith 
Retailer announces three new 'Move' outlets.
IBM sales fall to five-year low 
Eight revenue declines in a row.
Intel sides with Google over Microsoft 
Up to 90% of tablet chips aimed at Android.
JB Hi-Fi beats Apple and HP in reputation stakes 
Boost for bricks-and-mortar with Good Guys also in top 10.
Barcode firm forks out $3.5bn to buy Motorola hardware unit 
Zebra gets rugged computers, tablets and scanners.
IBM "goes on offensive" ahead of sale to Lenovo 
Money targeted at advertising, bonuses and partner bounties.
AMD targets business PC market in Australia 
PC buyers stick to what they know: Intel 
Misconception that users are shunning traditional form factors.
Japan free trade deal unlikely to mean IT price cuts 
Five percent tariff removed from electronics.
Energy star stickers for servers 
Government seeking industry views on new ratings scheme
Kroll Ontrack partners with Blancco in ANZ 
Data erasure and recovery group to offer Blancco's data erasure software.
Dataflex reborn under new owners 
Buyer aiming for $30m after second acquisition in six months.
Seagate ships world's fastest 6TB drive 
New solution for scale-out, cloud-based data centres
Five companies that had a win last week 
Google aims for Windows XP refugees and a big win for Microsoft in the EU.
Five companies that had a rough week 
Major fine for HP, Heartbleed Bug in networking products and bad news for Facebook.
Sony warns of fresh VAIO battery fires 
Batteries inside the VAIO Fit 11A may catch fire.
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Issue: 325 | March 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.