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Next wireless wave is opportunity for Intel partners 
Intel touts wireless displays, docking and charging.
 
Why Intel pays manufacturers to use its chips 
 
Next generation of PCs will be wire-free, says Intel CEO 
Debuts next-gen Skylake CPU and other new devices.
 
Intel's new 18-core Xeon processor sparks server blitz 
Cisco, Dell, HP, Lenovo and others roll out servers with new 'Grantley' chips.
 
Lenovo unveils fifth-gen servers with Intel Xeon power 
 
Haswell vs Broadwell: worth the wait?  
Intel gives update on latest micro-architecture.
 
10 things we learned this week  
Windows 9 is the patch everyone is waiting for.
 
Windows 8 adoption screeches to a halt 
Adoption rates for beleaguered OS coming to an abrupt stop.
 
The top 5 tablet vendors 
Who was on top in the latest quarter?
 
Acer replaces Aussie channel boss 
Ex-HP and Astron figure promoted to top role.
 
Intel ANZ pulls in Washington firepower 
Former US lobbyist to push Intel agenda in Australia.
 
The 10 coolest tablets of 2014 (so far) 
From Dell's Venue 8 to Samsung's Galaxy Note Pro.
 
Intel reports better-than-expected PC sales 
Also on track to ship 40 million tablets with Intel chips this year.
 
HP teams with Microsoft and Intel for business mobility 
New HP entity will have separate balance sheet and dedicated resources.
 
Lenovo, Asus and Dell lead PC upswing but Acer stutters 
 
10 things we learned this week  
Seven really is the magic number.
 
Dell, Intel and Samsung open up new standards battle 
 
Intel to make chips for Panasonic 
 
10 major hirings: Aussie channel plays musical chairs 
 
Intel Australia lures former HP marketing boss 
Chee-Mei Gan to head up distribution at Intel.
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Issue: 330 | August 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.