Android
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Malware heavy on Windows, banking in Q2 - report

Quick Heal report finds focus on Windows, as well as Android devices in sector

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Google loses battle in Java copyright war against Oracle

U.S. Supreme Court denies Google appeal

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Held to ransom: Enterprise next in line after consumers

Can mobile ransomware threaten businesses? Yes it can and maybe sooner than you think, so the channel had better be ready

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IDC: Tablets still present opportunities for resellers

IDC reports opportunities for resellers despite declining growth

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Citrix: sophistication growing in managing employee mobility

Research finds divide between personal and business mobility still unclear

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Now you see it, now you don't: BlackBerry and Boeing developing self-destruct phone

Firms join forces on super-secure device

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Welcome Android: Skype for Business enhancements accommodate all mobile users

Lync can now be used with all customers on mobile devices, regardless of their OS

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Race to the bottom on smartphone pricing - IDC

Android set to dominate by 2018

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Smart glass sales to remain low for years: Juniper Research

Enterprise and healthcare adoption will benefit longer-term consumer demand however

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Google Says Android Wear Is On Track

More Android-based smartwatches are unveiled as wearables market continues to grow.

In-depth
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Channelnomics' top five stories of the week - 31 July 2015

Check out which articles grabbed the most attention this week

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Is pay-as-you-go the future for cloud?

Utility model may be the way forward

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Editor's voice: The week's channel chatter - 31 July 2015

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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Alibaba gunning to overtake Amazon, Microsoft in the cloud

China’s online retail giant Alibaba plans to invest $1 billion to globalize its Aliyun cloud infrastructure division, with the intent of overtaking Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and IBM