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From Google with love: Lenovo completes Motorola purchase

Handover of smartphone firm finally completed in $2.9 billion deal

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Microsoft getting healthy, thanks to consumers

Is it time to take the software giant off the watch list of tech companies in distress, at least on the consumer side, asks Larry Walsh

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Hybrid set to dominate while tablet growth plummets

Latest research shows hybrid will become more popular

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Samsung profit dive due to smartphone competition

Year-on-year operating profit takes massive hit at South Korean tech giant

Gartner says security of mobile devices will continue to be an issue

Gartner Urges Enterprises To Beef Up Mobile Security

More than 75 per cent of mobile apps will fail basic security tests by 2015, says Gartner

BYOD Benefit Dampened by California Court

BYOD got companies out of the telephony business as employees started buying mobile devices and paying for service plans out of their own pockets. A California court ruled that companies must reimburse employees for using their mobile devices for work, and that’s potential boon for solution providers.

North America Storming Ahead In LTE Subscriptions

LTE subscriptions set to rise to 2.3 billion by 2020

Lenovo Sees Smartphone Sales overtake PCs

Chinese PC maker Lenovo files Q1 financials and while still holding number one PC spot, revealed smartphone sales have soared

State and Local Government Agencies Wrestle With Mobility

Mobility is booming among workers in state and local government agencies, but those same are woefully unprepared to handle the security and management challenges.

Samsung Optimistic Despite Q2 Sales, Profit Slump

Devices vendor hopes for a holiday-season boost

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Time to step up: vendors missing the mark on IoT

A new study by AVG Technologies finds that SMBs and MSPs see tremendous potential in the Internet of Things as a driver of business growth – provided IT vendors and solution providers step up their game

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Vendor Q&A Series: Wael Aggan, CloudMask

The latest vendor executive to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Wael Aggan, CEO of CloudMask

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Microsoft getting healthy, thanks to consumers

Is it time to take the software giant off the watch list of tech companies in distress, at least on the consumer side, asks Larry Walsh

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Vendor Q&A Series: John Murdock, Kaspersky Lab

The latest executive to sit in the channelnomics hotseat is John Murdock, Vice President, Channel Sales, Kaspersky Lab North America