The 10 best hidden secrets in tech 
Tech companies have long stuffed secrets into their software.
 
BlackBerry posts surprise profit 
Solid growth in revenue from software products.
 
Six enterprise moves BlackBerry has made this quarter 
 
Blackberry launches new secure tablet with IBM, Samsung help 
SecuTABLET to emphasise vendor's security credentials.
 
The best smartphones, tablets and wearables of Mobile World Congress 
 
New BlackBerry Leap keeps vendor in smartphone race 
Can the Canadian turnaround losses with US$275 phone?
 
BlackBerry working with Google to secure Android devices 
 
BlackBerry offers access to Android apps 
Smartphone vendor updates software.
 
First Ubuntu phone goes on sale 
Spanish vendor to sell first handset via a series of online flash sales.
 
Review: BlackBerry Passport 
You’ll love it or hate it, but there’s no denying BlackBerry’s latest smartphone is different.
 
Telstra brings back Blackberry keyboard 
New Blackberry Classic goes on sale in Australia.
 
Juniper cops $970m loss for the quarter 
After $1.07 billion write down of poorly performing security business.
 
HDS Asia-Pac hires ex-Juniper boss Mark Ablett 
 
Samsung talks to BlackBerry about US$7.5 billion buyout 
To assist enterprise battle with Apple, get hands on patents.
 
BlackBerry woos keyboard fans with launch of Classic device 
 
Photos: IBM and Avnet PowerLinux luncheon 
CRN hosted IBM partners, ISVs and special guest Jim Wasko at Vue De Monde in Melbourne.
 
IBM Power, to the people 
Open source and Linux come into sharp focus at Big Blue.
 
10 things we learned this week 
Drugs, beer, dog food and coffee in the channel.
 
Juniper chief gone after review of conduct with customer 
 
BlackBerry Passport puts company back on road to survival 
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Issue: 336 | March 2015

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.