Smartphones
A partial eclipse of the sun

Gartner: U.S eclipsed by China as it becomes Apple’s biggest customer

Analyst figures show emerging regions as the star performers in global smartphone market, but Apple is gaining ground in China

Motorola's Project Ara intends to bring modular customisation to smartphones

IDC: Tablets, PCs will lose market share to smartphones by 2019

Analyst says users are opting for smartphones as their preferred connected device

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Samsung targeting the channel, Internet of Things

Giant announced B2B plans during annual shareholder meeting

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Dell: Workplace devices rotating

Desktop remains device of choice in workplace

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Samsung loses smartphone top spot

Q4 figures shows Korean giant no longer king

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Latin America is powerhouse of smartphone market growth

Region sees a significant 59 percent sales increase, while North America comes in fifth place with 28 percent growth

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Apple smashes Q4 with record results

iPhone and Mac sales enjoy record revenue

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Ericsson files Apple lawsuit after agreement failure

The two firms haven't re-signed licensing deal

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Tablet market collapse set to continue - Gartner

Lack of innovation in hardware an issue

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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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Data centre racks

Datalink reports 2Q earnings, evolves with the times

The solution and service provider takes on datacenter transformation

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Channelnomics story of the month - July 2015

Check out which piece the Channelnomics team liked best

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Through-channel marketing: The channel is more than a sales channel

In this quarter's Analyst Column, Forrester discusses the growth of marketing in the channel

Business birthday anniversary

High 5! Channelnomics celebrates fifth birthday

Founder and former editor looks back at the Channelnomics journey