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  • HTC stellt Hero-Oberfläche für das Magic bereit

    Sense

    Die HTC-Benutzeroberfläche Sense des Android-Smartphones HTC Hero wird in naher Zukunft auch für das HTC Magic bereitgestellt. Das sagte der Hersteller auf einer Pressekonferenz in London, berichtet die chinesische Website eprice.com.tw. Er will das Update auf seiner Website zum Download anbieten.  …mehr

  • HSDPA bis 14,4 Mbit pro Sekunde verfügbar

    Vodafone schaltet den Turbo ein

    Vodafone beschleunigt sein Mobilfunknetz. In zahlreichen deutschen Städten und Gemeinden stellt der Netzbetreiber ab sofort Geschwindigkeiten von bis zu 7,2 Megabit pro Se­kun­de bei Downloads und bis zu 3,0 Mbit/s bei Uploads zur Verfügung. An stark fre­quen­tierten HotSpots wie Flughäfen und großen Bahnhöfen sind darüber hinaus Geschwindigkeiten von bis zu 14,4 Mbit/s beim Herunterladen von Daten möglich. …mehr

  • Die Null-Watt-PCs von Fujitsu kann man jetzt kaufen

    Esprimo E/P 7935

    Die zur CeBIT 2009 damals noch von Fujitsu Siemens angekündigten Null-Watt-PCs kann man jetzt bei Fujitsu kaufen. …mehr

  • Gartner nennt die heißesten IT-Trends für 2009

    Cloud Computing, E-Book, Social Software

    Cloud Computing, E-Book Reader, Social Software und Microblogging-Dienste wie Twitter gehören laut dem Gartner "Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies 2009" zu den wichtigsten Trends, die IT-Verantwortliche im Auge behalten sollten.  …mehr

  • Hewlett-Packard vereinfacht Server-Virtualisierung

    Mittelstand

    Hewlett-Packard bündelt Hardware, Software und Dienstleistungen für die unkomplizierte Server-Virtualisierung im gehobenen Mittelstand. …mehr

  • MAN Ferrostaal lagert an SIS aus

    IT-Infrastruktur-Services

    Der Industriedienstleister MAN Ferrostal erhofft sich von dem Outsourcing-Deal Verbesserungen in Betrieb und Prozessen.  …mehr

  • Videos immer wichtiger

    3 von 4 Usern klicken drauf

    Bewegtbilder spielen eine immer größere Rolle bei Internet-Auftritten aller Art. Besonders Verlage können sich einen Web-Auftritt ohne Bewegtbild-Angebot kaum mehr leisten. Darauf weist die VDZ Zeitschriften Akademie im Vorfeld ihres Expertenforums am 5. und 6. Oktober 2009 hin. …mehr

  • Händler verkauft iPhone für unter 500 Euro

    Alternative zu T-Mobile

    Der LogoTrans Megastore bietet das iPhone 3G derzeit besonders günstig an. Die Variante mit 8 Gigabyte Speicher kostet derzeit bei dem Online-Händler nur 549 Euro ohne SIM-Lock und Vertrag. Für das 16-Gigabyte-Modell verlangt der Anbieter 629 Euro. Noch günstiger wird es, wenn sich der Kunde für ein gebrauchtes Gerät (refurbished) entscheidet. Dann beginnen die Preise bereits bei 469 Euro. …mehr

  • Michael Hange beginnt im Oktober

    Neuer BSI-Chef

    Michael Hange wird im Oktober neuer Präsident des Bundesamtes für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI). Das gab das Bundesinnenministerium bekannt. …mehr

  • O2 öffnet sein Mobilfunknetz für VoIP

    Skype & Co

    Der kleinste der vier deutschen Mobilfunkanbieter, O2, öffnet sein Netz ganz offziell für die Internet-Telefonie (VoIP). …mehr

  • Sony Ericsson tauscht den Chef aus

    Bert Nordberg beerbt Dick Komiyama

    Der Handy-Hersteller Sony Ericsson bekommt einen neuen Unternehmenschef. …mehr

  • Die Neonazis sind angekommen im Web 2.0

    Jugendschutz.net

    Auf den ersten Blick lässt sich nichts erahnen. Die Internetseite media-pro-patria.net ist schlicht gehalten: wenig Farbe, wenig Text. …mehr

  • Die IT muss die Dinge einfacher statt komplexer machen

    Neuer Bayer-CIO

    Daniel Hartert ist seit Anfang dieses Jahres CIO der Bayer AG und Geschäftsführer der Bayer Business Services. Aus seiner Sicht ist diese Doppelfunktion nicht gefährlich, sondern hilfreich. …mehr

  • Geld verdienen im Netz

    Kasse oder Klingelbeutel

    Die Axel Springer AG sagt der Kostenlos-Kultur im Internet den Kampf an. …mehr

  • Mobber im Web 2.0 aufspüren

    Analyse von Blogs und Social Networks

    Trends erkennen, Mobber aufspüren, Meinungsführer beobachten, Netzwerke aufdecken: Mit Data-Mining-Methoden können die unstrukturierten aber oft hochrelevanten Daten, die User im Web 2.0 hinterlassen, analysiert werden. So können Unternehmen rechtzeitig eingreifen, wenn zum Beispiel ihrem Produkt ein Image-Schaden droht. …mehr

  • Google wehrt sich gegen Vorwürfe von Verlagen

    Philipp Schindler

    Der Internetkonzern Google wehrt sich gegen die Vorwürfe deutscher Medienhäuser, er profitiere ungerechterweise von journalistischen Inhalten im Internet. …mehr

  • Lizenz-Management - sieben Fragen, sieben Antworten

    Axel Oppermann, Experton Group

    Seit Jahren mahnen Experten und Branchenbeobachter ein besseres Lizenz-Management in deutschen Unternehmen an. Lesen Sie, wie es aktuell um das Thema bestellt ist. …mehr

  • Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver coming Spring 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver will be hitting shelves this spring, as J.C. Smith, director of marketing for The Pokemon Company International, showed off a short preview clip of the upcoming -bound RPG title to hundreds and hundreds of Pokemon fans and competitors at the World Finals of the . This of the best-selling Gold and Silver titles will be emptying wallets worldwide in Spring 2010, according to Smith's presentation. No exaggeration: the cheers were deafening.

  • Nero Free Burns (Some Kinds of) Discs For Free

    Premium-Inhalt. Yowser! I must admit that a caught me by surprise. I suppose it shouldn't have, as there are enough free disc burning alternatives out there--and enough articles pointing to them--that this was probably inevitable. Inevitable and welcome. There's absolutely no questioning Nero's expertise with all things optical.

  • New Alan Wake developer diary surfaces

    Premium-Inhalt. Better known for their work on the , developer Remedy Entertainment has released a new development diary showcasing their upcoming action-thriller title . Lead writer Sam Lake details the story, including some of the mysteries to be found in the sleepy town of Bright Falls where the game takes place. Lake describes the game's presentation as "a modern day TV series," and mentions that, as seen in earlier footage of the game, chapters will be broken up episodically throughout the game. Aside from the plot elements, the video shows how far the visuals have come, and highlights some new characters Alan will be dealing with throughout the story.

  • Rare to bring back classic franchises on Natal

    Premium-Inhalt. reveals in an interview with Rare director George Andreas that the UK-based video game developer has plans to use for the to revitalize some of their classic franchises. Rare is known for developing a number of popular series such as , , , , , and to name a few.

  • Buy Guitar Hero 5, get GH Van Halen early

    Premium-Inhalt. Recent visitors to this week have been greeted with one of the best deals of the year. Activision has revealed a special, limited-time offer that allows purchasers of to receive copies of Guitar Hero Van Halen before the game even releases.

  • Social media is dead; film at 11

    Premium-Inhalt. The death of social media is upon us. How do I know this? I read it on the InterWebs.

  • G1 Android phone may be unable to receive updates

    Premium-Inhalt. Users of the first Android phone, the G1, may be unable to get significant future operating-system updates because the phone's internal flash is nearly full.

  • Can TomTom iPhone App Compete With Standalone GPS Unit?

    Premium-Inhalt. TomTom's new may sound appealing, but it's true cost and capabilities are still a mystery. The app costs $100 and allows the iPhone to function as a real-time navigation device that provides turn-by-turn directions.

  • BitZipper Handles Many Kinds of File Compression

    Premium-Inhalt. A new year, a new chance for the makers of file compression software to try to convince us that we need to upgrade despite the fact most of the formats we use haven't changed since the first President Bush. I've looked at the latest , so now let's look at ($25, 30-day free trial).

  • Learning From the Heartland Credit Card Hack

    Premium-Inhalt. Three suspected hackers are now in connection with the largest identity theft case ever to reach America's courts. The men are accused of of , the world's , and stealing more than 130 million credit and debit card numbers.

  • How to Prevent a Heartland-Style Data Breach

    Premium-Inhalt. The United States Department of Justice announced today the arrest of Albert Gonzalez, a 28-year old Miami man, in the on record. Gonzalez is accused, along with two as-yet-unnamed Russian co-conspirators, of compromising more than 130 million credit and debit card accounts from a variety of targets including and 7-Eleven.

  • Windows 7 RC downloads end Thursday

    Premium-Inhalt. Those wanting to try out Microsoft's next OS before its official release need to act fast: The download period for the Windows 7 Release Candidate ends Thursday.

  • Gartner: HK security market growth lower than APAC average

    Premium-Inhalt. Hong Kong had a lower than regional average security market growth at 20.4 per cent in 2008, said Gartner Thursday.

  • Despite lawsuits, AT&T says MMS still coming soon to iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. For those iPhone 3G and 3GS customers eager to use multimedia messaging (MMS), AT&T Inc. still hasn't gone beyond saying the service will be available by summer's end.

  • Silent Hunter 5 Announced, For Windows Only

    Premium-Inhalt. While it's tempting to open with , I'll resist and just pass along the extremely cool news that Ubisoft has officially unveiled Silent Hunter 5, the latest in its esteemed combat submarine simulation series. For the record, we've actually known about its existence for some time--in the case of "out of sight and mind" sub-sims, loose lips apparently don't sink ships--but this is the first official nod beyond .

  • Twitter attempts to shut down USocial

    Premium-Inhalt. Web promotions company uSocial.net has alleged that Twitter, the micro-blogging site, has moved to shut it down by claiming that the advertising agency is "spamming".

  • Radar for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. by is a combination online photo-sharing tool and social community. Like most social networks, you can "friend" people on the Radar network, and comment on each other's photos and videos.

  • EBay gives merchants access to Selling Manager applications

    Premium-Inhalt. EBay's ambitious project to remake its Selling Manager set of e-commerce tools into an open platform and repository of third-party applications reached another milestone on Monday when it was opened to the marketplace's sellers.

  • Mac News Briefs: Default Folder X ready for Snow Leopard

    Premium-Inhalt. Add Default Folder X to the list of apps that offer support for Apple's upcoming Mac OS X 10.6 update. St. Clair Software on Monday rolled out Default Folder X 4.3, which adds full support for Snow Leopard to the file dialog enhancement utility.

  • IBM using DNA, nanotech to build next-generation chips

    Premium-Inhalt. Researchers at IBM are using a combination of DNA and nanotechnology in an effort to build more powerful and energy efficient computer chips that also are cheaper to make.

  • Consumers want 3G modems -- at half-price

    Premium-Inhalt. Nearly half of U.S. consumers are interested in cellular modems, but only at half the price that service providers are charging for plans, according to survey results announced Monday by ABI Research.

  • Dell to enter smartphone market in China

    Premium-Inhalt. Dell plans to start selling a mobile in China but has not yet announced availability, it said on Monday.

  • Man indicted for massive credit hack

    Premium-Inhalt. Due to incorrect information from the U.S. Department of Justice, the story "Man indicted for massive credit hack," which ran on the wire Monday, included an incorrect spelling of the suspect's name. The story, corrected on the wire, is repeated below with the correct spelling.

  • IBM slashes Linux mainframe prices to boost declining revenue

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM is slashing prices on mainframe Linux products and selling new to try to reverse declining revenue.

  • HR Pros: Networking, Social Networking Best Job Search Tools

    Premium-Inhalt. Forget job fairs and spamming potential employers with your résumé. If you're looking for a new job, should be your primary job search strategy, according to the results of a recent survey conducted by Challenger, Gray and Christmas.

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