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Apple tops smartphone market in China, Motorola set to launch

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus proving popular

Darts scattered around a target

IBM misses analyst 2015 profit expectations

CEO says firm making progress

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Lenovo, Zenoss team on x86 platform, IoT also firmly on radar

Vendor advances on three fronts: servers, mobility, and the IoT

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Microsoft Surface may finally be helping the channel

Evidence is building that Surface's increasing success is having a collateral benefit for partners

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The third way: 3rd platform set for growth in 2015 - IDC

Canada can expect to see changes in its mobile phone market also

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Lenovo serves up two new units to SMBs

ThinkServers available now

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Challenge accepted: Lenovo moving to single PC-server channel post x86 takeover

Lenovo aims to capitalize on the x86 server products it acquired from IBM by consolidating product sales under one channel. It sounds good in theory, but Lenovo has more challenges in its server ambitions than its channel structure

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Delayed! IBM postpones UK and European x86 switchover

Firms will have to wait another month for Lenovo takeover

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Nervous? IBM and HP server resellers being eyed up by Fujitsu

Japanese firm hoping to cash in on market instability

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Partner up: Fixnetix chooses Lenovo's x86

$3.5 million deal includes financing

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Microsoft Big Data acquisition shows willingness to embrace open platforms

The software giant embraces yet another open-source tool in R and stakes its claim in the analytics arena

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U.S. patent system 'broken'

Patent 'trolls' wreaking havoc for technology in the U.S.

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Vendor Q&A Series: Tom Fedro, Paragon

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Paragon Software Group's president

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Windows-10-as-a-service? You'd better believe it

Is the channel set to miss out on revenue as a result of Microsoft's decision to deliver Windows 10 as a service?