New Android OS puts performance first 
 
Salesforce's rapid smartphone development platform 
 
Mozilla shows off Firefox OS developer phones 
 
Oracle releases fix for major Java exploit 
Mozilla and Apple act on security flaw.
 
NBN Co keeps products under ISP scrutiny 
Unintended catch-all in special access clause.
 
NBN Co discovers ordering system issue 
New connection orders go missing in action.
 
Facebook readies open source assault 
C++ library designed for fast and easy use.
 
SAIC to build cyber security centre in Melbourne 
By | Comment Now 
Focusing on defence, search, deep packet inspection.
 
Atlassian buys HipChat IM software 
Aussie software firm snaps up US hosted IM suite.
 
SAP tips $2bn into China expansion plan 
As Japan slows, eyes turn to China.
 
ANZ Bank standardises software development 
Automates processes to reduce human error.
 
R&D a game changer in fast-moving IT world 
The real disrupter over the next 10 years will be breakthrough innovation created by companies, so don’t fall behind the pack
 
Facebook snaps up "dumb phone" development firm 
Facebook buys London-based developer Snaptu..
 
Nokia sells off Qt development platform 
Dropped after Windows Phone 7 deal.
 
Chip start-up applies mobile thinking to data centre 
 
Google buys semantic web database firm 
Metaweb deal designed to improve search results using open database.
 
HTC acquires Mobile Portal developer Abaxia 
Deal should strengthen in-house development and Sense user interface.
 
Chip firms collaborate on semiconductor system-on-chips 
 
Wireless bodies co-operate on multi-gigabit Wi-Fi 
 
Firefox support for Windows Phone 7 'on hold' 
Mozilla to concentrate on Android and Maemo.
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Issue: 326 | April 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.