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Google unveils tap-to-setup tablets for teachers 
Helping teachers to manage Android tablets in the classroom
 
EU could demand that web firms decrypt emails 
Reaching into "toolbox of repressive regimes"?
 
Megaport gives Aussie businesses direct line into Google 
 
iPad Pro could come with stylus: analyst 
Filing hints at Q2 stylus release for iPad Pro.
 
Google stops making and selling Glass 
Developer program also halted as first generation comes to a close.
 
CRN poll results: Apple vs Microsoft 
We asked, 'Who had more wins in 2014?'
 
Apple granted patent to challenge GoPro 
Wearable cameras the next move for iPhone maker?
 
Google's new trick for voice translation 
 
Microsoft, Google tangle over Windows security patch 
 
Google's new channel program: more lucrative but much tougher 
 
Apple wins dismissal of case over MacBook logic boards 
 
First look: Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi 
Featherweight tablet, docking keyboard and Core M CPU shown off at CES.
 
Military contractor launches Google Glass rival at CES 
 
In-flight wifi provider caught using fake Google SSL certificates 
Google staffer discovers certificates signed by Gogo, not Google.
 
Apple to rush out first ever automatic security update  
"Seamless" patch to address critical OS X vulnerability.
 
Microsoft amps up Apple attack with switch to Surface campaign 
 
Apple: high and lows of 2014 
How did the year pan out for the Cupertino giant?
 
Unbearable wearables 
Will smartwatches and Google Glass end up in recycle bin of tech history?
 
Apple rallies behind Microsoft in data fight with US govt 
 
Early Apple computer sells for US$365,000 
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 334 | December 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.