Japan free trade deal unlikely to mean IT price cuts 
Five percent tariff removed from electronics.
NEC looks for disties in Australia 
Turning over new leaf for display business.
Young reseller clinches three-year partnership with NEC 
Stacked executive team helps year-old firm punch above its weight.
NEC delivers mobile fingerprint scanner to South Australian Police 
NEC Australia appoints new managing director 
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30-year veteran Tetsuro Akagi heads down under.
Samsung wraparound display phone in the pipeline 
Galaxy phone to feature a wraparound, three-sided screen: report.
NEC account manager charged with running Cisco 'fraud scheme' 
NEC and three partners win $35m NT govt contract 
NEC launches Cisco unified comms offering 
In discussions with five unknown resellers.
Ghosts of laptops past: This cost $3,000? 
Costing several thousand dollars, with insanely tiny keys - meet the poster child of tiny laptops in the 1990s.
NEC takes hit from CSG buy 
Newest SI giant still finding its feet.
NEC wins NT contract extensions 
Telephony, server and desktop, and network management.
Lenovo, NEC planning smartphone tilt? 
Chinese giant says negotiations with "a party" are underway.
Exclusive: inside the NEC / CSG merger 
Geographical reach a key strength.
On the move: changes in the channel 
Lots of movement at Google, NEC, TomTom, Arbor and others.
Samsung to invest $107m in Sharp: sources 
CSG to launch new business unit 
Posts results, reveals Govt contract.
Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 
The ThinkPad ultrabook we’ve been waiting for.
Apple cuts MacBook prices 
By | Comment Now 
Upgrades processors.
The five best laptops of 2012 
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The top ultrabooks and notebooks released this year.
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Issue: 325 | March 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.