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Im Internet überschlagen sich die Meldungen zum T-Mobile G2, dem Nachfolger des erst kürzlich gestarteten G1. Wenn man sich die technischen Daten anschaut, dann handelt es sich um ein Schwestermodell des HTC Touch HD. Hat sich da jemand sein ideales Handy zusammengeträumt oder komt das Touch HD bald mit Android OS? …mehr
Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Electronics has reportedly been ordered to pay compensation to a Chinese company for violating a patent for a dual-mode cell phone.
Premium-Inhalt. Just days after patching a critical flaw in its Internet Explorer browser, Microsoft is now warning users of a serious bug in its SQL Server database software.
Premium-Inhalt. One day after Apple took a 3.6 percent stake in Imagination Technologies, the company that developed the technology used in the 3G iPhone's graphics chips, Intel responded by increasing its own stake in the company -- and said it would consider an outright acquisition of Imagination if another bid emerged.
Premium-Inhalt. The president of a U.S. software company has been sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to stealing password-protected files from a competitor.
Premium-Inhalt. It was a good year for Open Document Format (ODF), which gained support from governments across the world in 2008 as its backers continued to promote it as an international standard for XML-based document exchange, according to the ODF Alliance.
Premium-Inhalt. SAP should be given the opportunity to convince users that its richer-featured but pricier Enterprise Support service is worth the extra expense, a board member of the Americas SAP Users Group said Tuesday.
Premium-Inhalt. The clock is ticking. Depending upon when you're reading this, you have less than three days before Santa's deadline. Holding out? Been too busy? Over the next few pages, you'll find a couple of quick tips, organized according to how much time you have left. And if any of my pals get some of the gifts below, well, it's just a coincidence--honest.
Premium-Inhalt. The Mac OS has long been known as an operating system for graphic artists, creative folks and those who prefer to treat their personal computers as, well, personal. Widespread business use is almost unheard of. But lately there's been a lot of discussion that Here are four stories about people and companies whose positive thoughts about their Windows-based PCs may be waning.
Premium-Inhalt. Offshore outsourcing and IT services provider is buying 's IT subsidiary in India for $127 million, under a deal that also gives Wipro a six-year contract worth at least $500 million to provide technology services to Citi.
Premium-Inhalt. Mac clone maker denied it is at the center of a cabal whose purpose is to steal 's intellectual property, documents recently filed with a federal court show.
Premium-Inhalt. Acer is making a big last-minute push to get more Acer Aspire One netbooks into people's hands. First came the announcement that wireless-broadband models are for sale at Radio Shack for 99 bucks (when you sign up for a prohibitively expensive wireless-broadband plan). Now, -- about $50 off the regular price.
Premium-Inhalt. The third quarter of 2008 marked a first for the computer industry. According to , more notebook PCs were sold globally than desktop PCs -- just for the quarter, however. Compared to the third-quarter of 2007, sales spiked 40 percent to 38.6 million computers sold. The didn't fare quite as well. Compared to the same time frame last year, sales shrank 1.3 percent to 38.5 million units sold.
Premium-Inhalt. iPhone and iPod touch users planning on attending should take note of , a new application that lets you get information about the show. It's available for free download from the App Store.
Premium-Inhalt. Given the economy and the accompanying tumbleweeds blowing through our malls, last-minute holiday shopping isn't the crush it once was. Therefore, I declare it safe to venture out during these final shopping days to pick up last-minute items for your loved one. (Or, do as you've always done, and plant yourself in front of the computer and shop electronically.) Allow me to recommend:
Premium-Inhalt. Winding up a space walk in the wee hours of Tuesday morning, an astronaut and a cosmonaut installed a probe on the outside of the to monitor electromagnetic energy.
Premium-Inhalt. As you're probably aware, many OS X applications and features use the system's built-in keychain to securely store your usernames and passwords -- programs like Safari and Mail, and login information for other Macs on your network are but a few examples. You can see and work with this stored information using the Keychain Access program, in the Applications -> Utilities folder. If you've ever forgotten a password, for instance, you can look it up in Keychain Access.
Premium-Inhalt. One of most tantalizing possibilities posed by the arrival of native third-party apps for the iPhone and iPod touch was the promise that some of the App Store's offerings would extend the device's capabilities -- thereby making you more productive. A multitude of apps deliver on this promise, and we've selected nine of our favorite productivity tools.
Premium-Inhalt. If you had just survived a plane crash, what would you do? Call loved ones to tell them you're okay? Check if your luggage survived? Twitter? Mike Wilson, a passenger on the Continental Airlines flight that in Denver over the weekend chose option C, for all to read.
Premium-Inhalt. Businesses buy computer-related goods and services all the time. Just to name a few examples, they buy consultants and technicians' time, custom programming, software and hardware. The way the parties usually handle the paperwork is that . After all, the form is printed so it can't be changed. Wrong!
Premium-Inhalt. First reactions from buyers of Research in Motion Ltd.'s newest BlackBerry Storm smart phone have been "lukewarm," and nowhere near the satisfaction ratings of 's , a market research analyst said Tuesday.
Premium-Inhalt. Fewer than 60% of European Web users run 's Internet Explorer, a French-based metrics company reported yesterday, while more than 31% have switched to Mozilla's Firefox.
Premium-Inhalt. The World Bank has declared Indian outsourcer Satyam ineligible to receive direct contracts from the bank under its corporate procurement program for eight years.
Premium-Inhalt. A Sun Microsystems executive has provided a glimpse into the company's future plans for open sourcing JavaFX, its recently technology for building RIAs (rich Internet applications) for the desktop, mobile devices and other platforms.
Premium-Inhalt. The government says we've been in a recession for the past year. Experts say it'll be at least another year before it's over. And everybody says it's the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.
Premium-Inhalt. Code reviews are expensive. Time spent reviewing code by managers and peers is time spent not programming. So if you're going to do code reviews, it makes sense to do them well. That's true of the process itself (see ) and the during the review.
Premium-Inhalt. "Oh, don't get me started on code reviews!" says Gary Heusner, client partner at custom software developer , in what can only be described as a voice. "For many shops, code reviews are as prevalent as disaster recovery exercises."
Ein hohes Maß an Kundenorientierung und eine starke Infrastruktur für das Kunden-Management schaffen entscheidende Wettbewerbsvorteile. So lautet das zentrale Ergebnis einer aktuellen Studie des Business-Intelligence-Anbieters SAS. …mehr