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The 10 most controversial companies of 2014 (so far) 
Tech firms that have been shaking things up the first half of this year.
 
Acer replaces Aussie channel boss 
Ex-HP and Astron figure promoted to top role.
 
HP, Microsoft roll out program for Server 2003 end-of-life 
Offering "channel-friendly" solution bundles and financial support.
 
Samsung hunts B2B growth with ex-Acer, Dataflex salesman 
 
The 10 coolest tablets of 2014 (so far) 
From Dell's Venue 8 to Samsung's Galaxy Note Pro.
 
Samsung lets Galaxy Gear users ditch Android for Tizen OS 
 
Kevin Turner reveals Chromebook-beating cheap PCs 
Sub-$250 laptops from Acer, HP and Toshiba.
 
HP teams with Microsoft and Intel for business mobility 
New HP entity will have separate balance sheet and dedicated resources.
 
Lenovo, Asus and Dell lead PC upswing but Acer stutters 
 
Samsung scraps launch of first Tizen phone 
No new release date for the Samsung Z.
 
10 things we learned this week  
Seven really is the magic number.
 
The 10 coolest smartphones of 2014 (so far) 
 
Samsung's Galaxy S5 gets nod from Canberra 
 
Dell, Intel and Samsung open up new standards battle 
 
Samsung Q2 profit likely lowest in two years 
Smartphone sales slow and Korean won trading high.
 
10 major hirings: Aussie channel plays musical chairs 
 
HP targets Australian govt as consumer print squeezed 
Can commercial managed print offset "negative growth" in consumer?
 
HP claims industry first with virtual workstation 
First to virtualise graphical processing power, claims vendor.
 
HP devices to include free mobile internet 
Coming to 13 Asia Pacific countries.
 
HP eyes storage reform with $2 flash  
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Issue: 329 | July 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.