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Opera arbeitet an einer Portierung seines Handybrowsers Opera Mobile auf Smartphone-Betriebssystem Android. Das sagte Unternehmenschef Jon von Tetzchner in einem Interview mit dem Technikmagazin PCMag. Wann die Variante für Android-Smartphones bereitstehen wird, verriet er aber noch nicht. …mehr
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Premium-Inhalt. The compact Samsung Reclaim is an smartphone that successfully balances style, functionality, and usability. Priced at $130 (as of August 7, 2009, with a two-year Sprint contract), the Reclaim is a sharp-looking, affordable alternative to larger units for consumers and professionals alike.
Premium-Inhalt. For most people who are considering moving to Windows 7, October 22 is D-Day. On that date Microsoft's newest operating system lands on store shelves, both as a shrinkwrapped upgrade and preinstalled on new PCs. For some folks, though, D-Day has already arrived. Microsoft has to large companies that buy Windows via volume licenses, as well as to IT pros who belong to its Technet service. The Windows Vista era is officially drawing to a close--although you could argue that it never really quite started--and the Windows 7 one is under way.
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Premium-Inhalt. Developers who built applications for Twitter and generate money from them have been hard-hit by the micro-blogging service's many hours of downtime in the past day, as hackers pummel Twitter with an ongoing denial-of-service attack.
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Premium-Inhalt. While some parts of the world are enjoying summer, a season usually marked by a lack of major news, this week offered some interesting developments nevertheless. Twitter spent the back end of the week fighting off a DOS (denial of service) attack that also targeted fellow social-media site Facebook. Apple and Google realized that they are becoming competitors, leading Google's CEO to resign from Apple's board. And in security news, the Defcon hacker meeting produced stories that belong in a James Bond movie.
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Premium-Inhalt. For those who missed Final Fantasy XIV's at E3 this year (and its ), Square-Enix has released new details on the upcoming online game. The recently updated gives insight into the five different character classes, one of which shares a striking resemblance to a certain Lord of the Rings character (see above). Aside from the classes, three city-states found in the world are detailed, as well as an introduction into the overall and story (fans can read up on the main site for finer details). The site still has a general 2010 release date for the game, but we may get a closer look as the website continues to be updated.
Premium-Inhalt. is passing along word that a Best Buy store in Utah is attempting to take a bite out of GameStop's used sales by offering an interesting discount. This particular location will sell any of their new games for the same price that GameStop (and competing retail franchise GameCrazy) peddle their wares for.
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Premium-Inhalt. this week. Digg has established itself as a provider of community consensus for content. With this new system, users can vote for or against Web ad content. The more votes an ad gets, the less the advertiser will have to pay for placing that ad. Conversely, ads that are voted down will be more expensive and eventually price themselves out of the market.
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Premium-Inhalt. The last week of July and first week of August is always an interesting time in the security world. That's when the annual and take place, initiating a flurry of software patches and news stories, as the world's leading security researchers release their latest findings. (DefCon is the world's biggest hacker conference, and is always preceded by the closely-tied Black Hat, which focuses on enterprise security professionals).
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft customers who signed up to its Office Live Small Business service before February of last year will soon have to pay to renew Web domains they've acquired through the service.
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Premium-Inhalt. A new set of cybersecurity guidelines, released by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), falls short of the protection needed for government systems, a cybersecurity analysis and advocacy group said.
Premium-Inhalt. The DOS (denial-of-service) attack that crippled Twitter on Thursday is still affecting the micro-blogging service on Friday, the company said in a blog post.
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Premium-Inhalt. Maybe you didn't notice, but yesterday was International Anti-Tweet Day. Twitter, the microblog most people either love or hate, for a few hours yesterday morning, and then popped in and out for most of the afternoon.
Premium-Inhalt. I'm a sucker for research projects with catchy names and a slew of them will be discussed at next week's in Montreal. Here's a sampler: