Mobility

[Comment] Apple will never ‘live happily ever after’.
Gives IT teams more control over work-related applications and data.
Continues multi-platform push.
Australian school among world's first IBM-Apple deployments 
 
Telstra inks $12.5 million deal with Allianz  
To provide mobility for financial services giant.
 
BlackBerry offers access to Android apps 
Smartphone vendor updates software.
 
First Windows 10 preview for smartphones arrives 
Cortana feature limited to United States for now.
 
ICT 123 lender tries to claw back $100k debt 
Moneytech commences wind-up action against failed distie.
 
South Australia looks at driverless cars 
Govt to modernise motoring legislation drafted in the 1950s.
 
New ARM chip brings promise of lighter phones 
 
First year-over-year decline for global tablet shipments 
 
Huawei makes splash in Westfield shopping centres 
Chinese vendor ramps up efforts to win over Australian public.
 
You thought Google Glass was dead? You were dead wrong 
[Comment] And it's big news for the enterprise, says top Australian partner.
 
Telstra brings back Blackberry keyboard 
New Blackberry Classic goes on sale in Australia.
 
Canalys: Apple finally tops China  
Vendor tops the country's smartphone rankings for the first time.
 
Apple's Australian tax bill hiked as profits triple 
Flat revenues but surging bottom line for Apple.
 
Samsung drops Qualcomm processors in next Galaxy S, claims report 
 
iPad Pro could come with stylus: analyst 
Filing hints at Q2 stylus release for iPad Pro.
 
China's Xiaomi challenges iPhone 6 Plus with Mi Note 
Sees phones controlling washing machines, air purifiers and cameras.
 
Telstra starts reselling no-contract wi-fi tablets 
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Issue: 335 | January/February 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.