BlackBerry Priv wins plaudits, but price tag questioned 
Review: BlackBerry's first Android phone 
The BlackBerry Priv isn't a bad handset, but is it too late?
Google exec: Chrome OS is 'here to stay' 
Clarification after speculation of demise.
Google to merge Chrome and Android, say reports 
Over a billion Android devices open to new Stagefright bugs 
New bugs involve specially crafted MP3 audio or MP4 video files.
Five new Google products announced at Nexus event 
BlackBerry unveils Android-powered smartphone  
How to get free issues of CRN magazine on your tablet 
Exclusive content for iPad and Android users.
Android takes top spot in Australia, overtakes Apple iPhones 
While wristbands selling better than smartwatches.
Google, Samsung to issue monthly Android security fixes 
Commodore is back… as an Android smartphone 
With emulators to play classic games.
Final Office for Android has more free stuff than iOS version 
Microsoft ends preview, officially releases suite.
Review: Dell Venue 10 7000 
Good tablet, fantastic Android laptop for the enterprise.
BlackBerry may put Android on its new phone 
Admission that revamped range has failed to win mass appeal.
Microsoft app turns iPhone into document scanner 
Android "on-body" feature stops you unlocking phone 
Tag Heuer boss says Apple Watch is for kids 
Swiss watch maker and Intel aim to make first luxury Android wearable.
Tablet market grinds to a halt 
IDC predicts only 2.1 percent growth worldwide in 2015.
Review: Microsoft Office for Windows 10 
How the new Preview apps compare to desktop, Android and iOS versions.
Google and Apple scramble to fix 'Freak' security bug 
Google partners already have patch, Apple to release next week.
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Issue: 344 | November 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.