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Pictured: the Holy Grail of USB cables 
US Govt hacked by Anonymous: FBI  
By | Comment Now 
Adobe vulnerability exploited.
HTC ruled to have violated Nokia patents 
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Taiwanese company faces US smartphone ban.
US National Security Agency comes clean... on Tumblr 
Newly declassified documents show spies illegally collected thousands of emails
U.S. seeks tighter control over Apple in e-book case 
Vodafone locks down roaming for $5 
8 reasons we need Labor's NBN 
Fibre to the premises versus fibre to the node.
Australian Govt ‘cloud-last’ policy slammed 
Former US Govt CIO says policy is 'dangerous'.
US govt certifies AWS 
Authority to operate granted.
Apple denies using 'tax gimmicks' 
Huawei CEO speaks publically for first time 
By | Comment Now 
Company "not connected to US cyber threats".
US comes down hard on Chinese tech 
Libs throw open curtains on NBN policy 
Blackberry shares dive on muted US handset debut 
AAPT culls customers, job cuts likely 
New trans-Tasman cable in works 
Improved connectivity to Asia sought.
Telstra completes South Brisbane fibre migration 
By | Comment Now 
On track to turn exchange site over to state government.
NBN Co marks 10,000 active fibre connections 
Aims to double growth rate of new users by July.
Huawei battles past security fears to rake in cash 
Tech sector dragging down America 
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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.