UCG wins contract to clear "significant backlog" across NBN 
Lands role to connect single-dwelling apartments, will double headcount.
 
10 things we learned this week 
HP's koala strategy, Apple's health kick and NEC's army ambitions.
 
BlackBerry opens up BBM to Windows phone users 
 
Megaport takes leap onto Windows Phone 8.1 
First elastic connectivity platform available on all mobile platforms.
 
Regional Resellers: Mackay 
Queensland firms seeing bumper growth from mining and the NBN.
 
Google balloon broadband hits 22Mbps 
Project Loon will be able to offer connectivity to users by next year.
 
Apple's most disruptive new business feature? 
Watch out unified comms vendors, Mac OS X now does phone calls.
 
Telstra gives in to resellers' demands 
Wholesaler to provide two-hour notice to ISPs for NBN pull-through.
 
Service Stream expects $70m from NBN extension 
Rollout continues to generate business.
 
Review: Windows Phone 8.1 
Brings Microsoft closer than ever to Google and Apple.
 
Top 11 new Windows Phone 8.1 OS features 
Going head-to-head with Google Now and Apple's Siri.
 
Reseller to pay $320k in penalties over cold calling 
 
Fake Google apps removed from Window Phone Store 
 
Windows Phone for free? That's cheaper than Android 
 
Microsoft reveals details on Windows Phone 8.1 
Ups the ante in fight against Android and iOS
 
Windows Phone 8.1 leaks hint at merge with RT 
What to expect from the looming update
 
Windows Phone up, Apple down in Aussie smartphone sales share 
 
Optus wins major NBN satellite deal 
Multi-year, multimillion-dollar contract.
 
Melbourne IT nabs Optus broadband boss as new CEO 
 
Windows Phone 8.1 to get Siri-clone 
Next update could feature Microsoft's own personal assistant.
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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.