What Heartbleed means for devices and hardware 
OpenSSL is used in embedded devices and routers. Here's how Heartbleed could hit them.
 
Mozilla ditches Windows 8 Metro version of Firefox 
Thought Metro would be "next battleground for the web". It wasn't.
 
Plug into business opportunities of a connected world 
The channel opportunities of the Internet of Things.
 
The Internet of Things will offer shelter from the storm 
The traditional channel is being squeezed but new tech means new opportunities.
 
Acer unveils new lightweight tablet range  
 
Windows updates codenamed "Threshold" coming 2015 
Internal email reveals codename, report claims.
 
Microsoft merges Windows Phone and Windows app developer accounts 
Windows app developers will be able to submit to the Windows Phone store for free
 
Google Nexus 5: specs, release date and Aus price 
 
Nokia launches Windows tablet ahead of new iPad 
 
Apple's iPad Air: specs, photos and price 
 
Comparison: Apple iPad Air vs iPad 4 
 
Comparison: iPad mini 2 vs iPad mini 
There's more to the iPad Mini than a 'resolutionary' screen.
 
Windows 8.1 problems and solutions 
Fix Windows RT's blue screen of death and more.
 
Microsoft wants HTC phones to dual boot into Windows 
Windows maker looks to sway Android consumers.
 
Former DiData and Microsoft exec Natasha Datos joins Samsung 
 
Distributor Ingram Micro named Acer partner of the year 
 
Microsoft could merge Windows with Phone app store  
 
Apple refreshes iMac computers  
Even faster with upgrades to processors and storage.
 
Google gives away QuickOffice and 10GB Drive combo 
Apple and Android users get free copies of QuickOffice apps.
 
BlackBerry sharing messenger with iPhone and Android  
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Issue: 326 | April 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.