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Microsoft calls for greater cloud accountability 
Consumers must be given a 'meaningful choices'.
Judge rules for Google in Rosetta Stone case 
US consumer group demands break up of Google 
Search firm facing increasing hostility over market domination.
Intel details low-cost home energy monitoring 
Chip firm working with standards bodies on energy monitoring systems.
IT sales surge with end of financial year sales 
Storage-hungry consumers turn to online services 
Centralised backups vital with growth of 'terabyte homes'.
Senator Conroy blasts telcos over complaint levels 
Communications minister Stephen Conroy has given telcos a blunt warning to either 'lift their game' in responding to customer complaints or face government intervention to make ...
Microsoft scraps OneCare security suite 
Microsoft is to replace Windows Live OneCare with a free security service from the second half of 2009.
iPhone sales hottest among low-income consumers 
Researchers detect fiscal prudence behind such apparent extravagance.
IBM issues mobile web call to arms 
Research finds half of consumers ready to swap fixed for mobile web access.
ACCC: Telco market shows investment and lower prices for consumers 
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission claims end users continue to reap the benefits of competition through increased carrier investments, product innovation and ...
WiMax 'more appealing' to consumers 
Experts predict that WiMax wireless broadband services are likely to be shunned by businesses but taken up by consumers..
Brits turned off by iPhone price 
A new survey suggests that UK consumers know all about Apple's iPhone, but very few are prepared to buy one..
Consumers tune into HD streaming video 
Consumers are rapidly adopting internet streaming technologies, and a growing number are now watching near-HD or HD content online.
Mobile users turned off by adverts 
Branded content better than interrupting TV-on-the-go.
Consumers switching off 'traditional' TVs 
Market for media players and PC TVs picking up steadily.
Consumers fail to check out mobile banking 
Despite renewed efforts on the part of financial institutions, overall interest in mobile banking services is limited, new research claims.
Consumers gagging for Apple's iPhone 
Apple's iPhone continues to generate a buzz among consumers, despite its launch being at least six weeks away.
Consumers give WiMax the thumbs up 
Technology favoured over more expensive alternatives.
Consumers turned off by iPhone price 
Just one percent likely to pay US$500 for Apple phone.
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Issue: 335 | January/February 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.