Barcode firm forks out $3.5bn to buy Motorola hardware unit 
Zebra gets rugged computers, tablets and scanners.
 
Motorola, LG unveil Android Wear smartwatches 
 
The biggest Mobile World Congress 2014 smartphone news so far 
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Every key tablet and smartphone we're expecting to see.
 
Lenovo to buy Motorola Mobility from Google for $3bn 
Google fails to generate success out of largest-ever acquisition.
 
Google Android behind smart cars  
Creates alliances with leading manufacturers.
 
Motorola completes work on $32m network 
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"One of Australia's largest projects."
 
Partners, devs crucial to modular phone's success 
 
When you get to the top, don’t blink 
Complacency unravels even the most dominant market leaders.
 
Motorola hires new channel head for Australia 
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David Arkles to lead enterprise solutions in ANZ.
 
Motorola patents temporary tattoo as microphone 
 
Google's Motorola turns to low-end phones: WSJ 
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Hopes to drive sales with Motorola G.
 
Project Ara: Motorola's customisable smartphone 
Smartphone hardware that can be changed at a whim.
 
Motorola "looking to exit wireless LAN business" 
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Struggling in market dominated by Cisco.
 
NFC smartphone payments introduced by CBA, Coles 
 
Microsoft made Surface phones while Nokia tried Android 
There was a plan B in case the Microsoft-Nokia deal fell through.
 
Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch due 4 September 
Galaxy Gear watch will pair with phones to check emails and notifications
 
In pictures: Google's new Motorola Moto X 
 
Google Moto X: all the details 
 
Google bets on custom design with flagship Moto X phone 
 
Google gets deeper into hardware 
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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.