Nokia develops virtual reality camera for Hollywood 
Futuristic Ozo device aimed at film industry.
 
Time for a rebrand: tech companies refresh their look 
 
Microsoft to cut nearly 8,000 jobs 
 
Nokia phones coming back 
Plans revealed same week Microsoft gave up on the caper.
 
Microsoft shake-up: Nokia's Elop, three more out the door 
Nadella erasing memory of Ballmer's $7bn smartphone buy.
 
Nokia Australia legally renamed 'Microsoft Mobile' 
 
No, we're not working on a new handset: Nokia 
Rumours of smartphone return greatly exaggerated.
 
Nokia and Alcatel to merge in $22 billion deal 
 
Nokia looking to buy Alcatel-Lucent 
Finnish and French firms in "advance discussions".
 
The five worst ideas in tech history 
 
Look who's back: Nokia launches N1 Android tablet 
Full specs for Nokia N1 with Z launcher revealed.
 
Lumia 830 will have "fastest 4G speeds" in Australia 
First Windows phone on 700MHz spectrum, boasts Microsoft.
 
10 things we learned this week 
HP's koala strategy, Apple's health kick and NEC's army ambitions.
 
Has Microsoft signed kill order for Windows Phone brand? 
Leaked plans say Windows banner will rule all.
 
Review: Nokia Lumia 930 
A keenly priced, stylish Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone that performs well where it counts.
 
$149 Lumia 530 joins low-cost smartphone battle 
 
Huh? Nokia earnings beat expectations 
Infrastructure investments drive optimism at left-behind networking business.
 
Microsoft rides slight PC recovery 
Uptick in PC sales after two years of decline.
 
Microsoft slashes 18,000 jobs 
Layoff strategy to cost up to $1.6 billion.
 
Report: Microsoft planning thousands of job cuts 
Could be more than the 5800 layoffs in 2009.
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Issue: 340 | July 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.