Shelves hardware plans.
Phones with less than 8GB will be left behind by new update.
See how the two mobile heavyweights compare.
Intel and Google bring RealSense to smartphones 
Opens gates to accessible 3D scanning.
Apple could replace iPhone 6 Plus cameras for free 
Lender tries to bankrupt boss of failed ICT 123 
Less Apple, more Telstra pays off for Vita Group 
Cracks $600 million in sales despite Next Byte losses.
Entrepreneur Domenic Carosa unveils rival to Siri, Cortana 
Digital assistant to book restaurants and flights.
Make money and avoid pitfalls when partnering with other partners 
[Event] Advice from leading specialists in security and mobile.
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Apple reveals Watch reseller strategy for Australia 
Vodafone mounts direct sales push to turn around fortunes 
More than two dozen B2B stores planned across Australia.
Telstra starts selling new wearables range 
Includes Fitbit, Samsung, Jawbone and more.
Samsung glamour days over as it fights to save mobile market share 
Around the stands at Huawei ICT Roadshow 2015 
[Photos] Check out partners and products on show at Randwick.
Synnex brings "explosion-proof" tablet to Australia 
Getac T800-Ex sets new standard for "rugged".
Sony turns a profit thanks to PS4, but Xperia in trouble 
Starting to turn it around, but Xperia still haemorrhaging cash.
Apple, Samsung... Oppo? Dick Smith adds third kiosk vendor 
"High-end" Chinese smartphones roll out across 150 stores.
Nokia develops virtual reality camera for Hollywood 
Futuristic Ozo device aimed at film industry.
Police raid $25 million counterfeit iPhone factory 
Chinese factory manufacturing knock-off iPhones from secondhand parts.
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Issue: 341 | August 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.