Der Scenicview B24W-5 mit 24 Zoll Widescreen-Display gehört zur Business-Line von Fujitsu-Siemens. Das Design wirkt entsprechend funktional. Das Bild glänzt mit hoher Helligkeit und gutem Kontrast. Der Standfuß mit Doppelgelenk lässt sich sowohl in Höhe und Neigung verstellen, als auch drehen. So kann man den Scenicview optimal an die ergonomischen Anforderungen am Arbeitsplatz anpassen. …mehr
Premium-Inhalt. In a bid to make backup and recovery easier for IT administrators to handle, EMC is updating several pieces of its storage management software portfolio.
Premium-Inhalt. After a bungled buyout offer from Microsoft, a deal with Google that fell apart and two rounds of layoffs, Jerry Yang is calling it quits and stepping aside as chief executive of the company he cofounded, Yahoo said Monday.
Premium-Inhalt. Facebook now gives its developers the option of submitting their applications for review to obtain a seal of approval, but some developers aren't thrilled with the program.
Premium-Inhalt. U.S. online retail sales recorded their smallest growth in October since comScore began tracking this market in 2001, a signal that this holiday season is shaping up to be a very tough one for e-tailers across the board.
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Premium-Inhalt. Mozilla Tuesday unveiled a Web application that speeds customization by offering users several sets of pre-selected add-ons.
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Premium-Inhalt. After a bungled buyout offer from Microsoft, a deal with Google that fell apart and two rounds of layoffs Jerry Yang is calling it quits and stepping aside as chief executive of the company he cofounded, Yahoo said Monday.
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Premium-Inhalt. After a tumultuous year and much searing criticism for his handling of Microsoft's buyout offer, Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang is stepping aside.
Premium-Inhalt. One of the fastest-growing segments of the gaming industry is casual gaming. Such games appeal to fans wanting mobile and social network-enabled gaming experiences, as well as others looking for a less time-consuming or simpler platform. Wisconsin-based Sharendipity is hoping to grab a piece of the casual gaming pie, with a platform designed not just for casual gamers, but also for those who want to build and customize their gaming experience using reusable components.
Premium-Inhalt. Valista is a company that calls itself an enabler of payments transaction processing. Its services enable multiple payment methods -- including SMS and the Web -- to pass payment to credit and debit accounts. It's privately held, and serves businesses in North America, Europe, and Asia. Monday, Valista is launching a new service that branches off its standard payment offerings. The new focus: Online and mobile games.
Premium-Inhalt. Adobe Systems has released a public beta of CoCoMo, a hosted service that developers can use to add video conferencing, voice-over-IP and other collaboration features to applications built with its Flex developer tools.
Premium-Inhalt. Those who follow Twitter may have noticed a hashtag making its appearance over and over and over again this weekend: #motrinmoms. Used by mommy bloggers and even moms who can't be considered mommy bloggers, the hashtag was used on Tweets referring to a television spot that could be watched on the Motrin site (which is currently down at the time of writing). The advertisement, ostensibly meant to appeal to mothers of small children, suggests that mothers who "wear" their babies in slings, carriers, and backpacks, are prone to aches and pains that would require Motrin.
Premium-Inhalt. What won't you find in Turbine's MMO? Lines like "No one tosses a dwarf!" But while Turbine trades cheap laughs for careful adherence to canon, their online rendition of Middle-earth is also radically different from the books because of all the world-building author J.R.R. Tolkien didn't do.
Premium-Inhalt. You see an interesting girl at the bar. Before you approach her, you take a quick snapshot of her with your phone, and -- within seconds -- get automatically connected to her Facebook page to find out her favorite song, or to see if she's even single.
Premium-Inhalt. If a camera can detect faces in your shots, then why shouldn't it find flowers and mountains too? The 12-megapixel Fujifilm FinePix F60fd (US$300) adds automatic scene recognition to the face-detection abilities of its predecessor, the , which at one time was a Best Buy on .
Premium-Inhalt. The more programs you have installed on your PC, the harder it becomes to find the one you want. That's why I can't live without , a simple but incredibly useful application launcher that saves me having to sift through the dozens of programs in my Start menu.
Premium-Inhalt. Online retail spending tumbled in October 2008, growing by only one percent over the same period last year, according to a new report by market research company, ComScore.
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Premium-Inhalt. Google Tuesday said it plans to archive as many as 10 million photos from Life magazine's archives dating back to the 1750s - many which have never been published before.
Premium-Inhalt. One of my favorite things about the iPhone and the App Store is the plethora of inexpensive time-killers available. For just a dollar or two--and oftentimes for free--I can download an entertaining game that will keep me occupied while waiting in line or taking the train to the office. For the past month or so, my favorite such diversion has been the logic game Marple. According to its developer, was inspired by the Palm OS game , although Marple takes advantage of the iPhone's touchscreen to offer far better graphics and a better interface.
Premium-Inhalt. TiVo has unveiled new technology that lets you order pizza over your TV. It has the potential to make us fatter, lazier, and more sedentary than ever -- and I couldn't be more excited.
Premium-Inhalt. Ralph C. Ferrara, speaking on behalf of his client, Mark Cuban, on Cuban's Blog Maverick site Monday and slammed the SEC's Enforcement Division for bringing a civil complaint of insider trading over Cuban's sale of stock in Mamma.com, Inc. in 2004.
Premium-Inhalt. Amazon Monday launched 100,000 new "" -- special pages which, while filled with useful information on bands including biographical information and tour dates, are designed to do one thing: sell music. Comparing the new pages to similar pages on MySpace and Last.FM, all three include information about albums and CD's, including links to buy songs legally, tour date info and more.
Premium-Inhalt. Dallas Mavericks owner and dot-com billionaire Mark Cuban has been by the SEC. According to the agency, Cuban sold stock in Mamma.com, Inc. in 2004 after receiving "material, non-public information." By doing so, he avoided losses of more than US$750,000, the SEC alleges ().
Premium-Inhalt. Bill Clinton famously sent just two emails during his entire eight years as president. George W. Bush has preferred radio addresses to communicate with the American people. President-elect Barack Obama, on the other hand, and their potential to connect constituents and even change the way the U.S. government does business. During the campaign, Obama to help improve the sprawling federal technology infrastructure and associated policies. Already there is a great deal of speculation about who might get the CTO job. In the following pages, we've profiled some of the people who have been floated as potential candidates. Despite the fact that the list is heavily weighted toward West Coast technology entrepreneurs, it gives some fascinating insights into the heroes of the software and Internet industries. A few of the names will undoubtedly surprise you, including one well-known long shot appearing at the end of the list.
Premium-Inhalt. Now that the government has pledged to bail out the financial banking industry and is considering lending $25 billion to help the avoid bankruptcy, many tech companies may be wondering where to get their hands on government bailout cash. While tech companies may not have the same level of clout among Washington policy makers as AIG or General Motors, some of the industry's biggest players have been hit hard times in recent months and could certainly use a health infusion of cash to help them right their ships. Here's our take on the five biggest tech companies that are most in need of a helping government bail out.
Premium-Inhalt. Large numbers of infected computers have been searching in vain for the Srizbi botnet disrupted by the disconnection of ISP McColo a week ago, a security vendor has found.
Premium-Inhalt. IT departments can reap enormous benefits from virtualizing applications and implementing Virtual Desktop Infrastructures (VDI). However, the management and cost savings of can be lost if performance is so bad that it hampers productivity, as can happen when virtual applications and desktops are delivered across a Wide Area Network (WAN).
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Premium-Inhalt. The shutdown last week of a U.S.-based Web hosting company crippled more than 500,000 bots, or compromised computers, which no longer are able to receive commands from criminals, a security researcher said Tuesday.
Premium-Inhalt. As associate director at Linklaters, David Bennett is responsible for the WAN and reports into the CIO as the head of (ISS) Information Systems and Strategy development. He shared a case study of the firm's recent WAN revamp with CIO.com
Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. government needs to pump billions of dollars into alternative energy efforts, broadband infrastructure and research in an effort to rebuild the nation's economy, Google's CEO said Tuesday.
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Premium-Inhalt. In thumbnail view, there are a couple of undocumented keyboard shortcuts that make working with thumbnails somewhat easier. If you want to resize the thumbnails, for instance, you don't have to grab the mouse and drag the slider. Instead, you can cycle between various pre-set thumbnail sizes by pressing 0 (tiny), 3 (small), 2 (medium), and 1 (show one image only). (Previous versions of iPhoto support these same keystrokes, though they offered only three sizes--0, 1, and 2.) When you press 1, you'll see only one thumbnail at a time, and it will expand to fill the entire viewing area in iPhoto.
Premium-Inhalt. Uganda Telecom has taken out a full-page ad in local newspapers to introduce a voice SMS (Short Message Service) offering to its more than 1.5 million users.