Google unveils tap-to-setup tablets for teachers 
Helping teachers to manage Android tablets in the classroom
 
EU could demand that web firms decrypt emails 
Reaching into "toolbox of repressive regimes"?
 
Megaport gives Aussie businesses direct line into Google 
 
Google stops making and selling Glass 
Developer program also halted as first generation comes to a close.
 
Google's new trick for voice translation 
 
Microsoft, Google tangle over Windows security patch 
 
Google's new channel program: more lucrative but much tougher 
 
Military contractor launches Google Glass rival at CES 
 
In-flight wifi provider caught using fake Google SSL certificates 
Google staffer discovers certificates signed by Gogo, not Google.
 
Serious security flaws found in Google App Engine 
 
Google bolsters cloud with popular Microsoft tools 
Helps users avoid new licence fees for SQL Server, SharePoint and Exchange.
 
Google to add 10 percent margin for premier partners 
 
Google to introduce child-friendly versions of products 
Specific editions for children aged 12 and under.
 
New Google Glass rival sells at almost half the price 
Epson targets education sector with new smart glasses.
 
Google break-up proposed in Europe 
Concern over search giant's dominance.
 
Google Glass future uncertain as some believers lose faith 
Developers say chances of a consumer hit becoming slimmer by the day.
 
"Public cloud is a pyramid scheme" 
Canalys asks: are massive investments sustainable?
 
Google to resellers: build apps to survive 
Reselling public cloud isn't viable longterm business model.
 
Google cuts prices across five cloud services 
 
Android co-founder Andy Rubin exits Google for startup land 
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Issue: 334 | December 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.