Intel unveils new CPU to spark enterprise PC refresh 
 
Intel unveils classroom-in-a-box for schools with weak wireless 
 
Intel's data centre revenue soars but mobile tanks 
Challenges for chip giant to tackle tablet and smartphone market.
 
Intel's Broadwell: 14 new CPUs at a glance 
Focuses on battery life rather than performance.
 
Telstra starts reselling no-contract wi-fi tablets 
 
Intel boss wows crowd with selfie-taking wearable drone, PCs that can 'see' 
 
10 coolest tablets of 2014 
From innovative 2-in-1 designs to some of the best displays.
 
Rackspace spurns Intel for IBM OpenPower 
Avnet also gets behind Power platform.
 
Intel Australia announces new channel marketing manager 
 
Ray-Ban parent signs with Intel to make smartglasses 
World's biggest eyewear company dips into technology.
 
Intel promises 10TB SSDs within two years 
3D memory breakthrough will increase capacity.
 
Kogan launches $329 Windows laptop 
Windows 8.1 device priced in Chromebook territory.
 
Cisco, Intel invest in hyper-convergence player 
Stratoscale out of stealth mode with huge funding from IT heavyweights.
 
Intel faces uphill climb to win tablet market 
Makes US$1 billion loss in mobile business.
 
10 things we learned this week 
Fun making international calls on someone else's phone.
 
PC industry recovering, reports Intel 
 
Look out Apple, tablet sales to slow 
Stiff competition from two-in-ones, says Gartner.
 
Next wireless wave is opportunity for Intel partners 
Intel touts wireless displays, docking and charging.
 
Why Intel pays manufacturers to use its chips 
 
Next generation of PCs will be wire-free, says Intel CEO 
Debuts next-gen Skylake CPU and other new devices.
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Issue: 334 | December 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.