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  • "Internet-Manifest" schlägt Wellen in der Blogosphäre

    Wider die "Hamburger Erklärung"

    Der Titel verspricht einen großen Wurf: "Internet-Manifest". …mehr

  • Web 2.0: nichts für Kontrollfreaks

    Positiver Einfluss aufs Geschäft lässt sich nachweisen

    Unternehmen profitieren sehr direkt von ihrem Web 2.0-Engagement. Allerdings müssen sie ganz anders denken und ansetzen als bisher. …mehr

  • Neue Version des mobilen Firefox-Browsers erhältlich

    Fennec Alpha 3

    Mozilla hat die dritte Alpha-Version seines Handy-Browsers Fennec veröffentlicht. Sie unterstützt nun verschiedene Auflösungen.  …mehr

  • Traditionsmarke Telefunken kehrt als Start-up zurück

    IFA

    Die deutsche Industrie-Ikone Telefunken war fast in der Versenkung verschwunden. …mehr

  • Android Market füllt sich

    Über 10.000 Anwendungen

    Nach Angaben der Website AndroLib.com hat die Zahl der im Android Market gelisteten Anwendungen erstmals die Marke von 10.000 überschritten.  …mehr

  • Kontoblick.de hilft bei der persönlichen Finanzverwaltung

    Web-Anwendung mit HBCI-Sicherheit

    Das Münchner Start-up Kontoblick ist angetreten, Menschen die Verwaltung ihrer persönlichen Finanzen zu erleichtern. …mehr

  • Rechnerleistung je nach Bedarf

    Enterprise Grids des Fraunhofer-Instituts

    Die Entwicklung neuer Produkte hängt in vielen Branchen von der verfügbaren Rechnerleistung ab. Die ist nicht immer gegeben. Das Fraunhofer Institut bietet Lösungen für Enterprise Grids, die IT-Leistungen temporär zur Verfügung stellen. Dazu gehört ein Portal, das den einfachen Zugang zu Grid Ressourcen ermöglicht. …mehr

  • HTC setzt auf mehrere Handy-Betriebssysteme

    IFA

    Der taiwanische Handyhersteller HTC will sich nicht auf nur eine Systemsoftware auf dem Handy festlegen. …mehr

  • HTC bringt Android-Einsteiger mit Sense-Oberfläche

    HTC Tattoo

    Mit dem HTC Tattoo stellt HTC ein ideales Gerät für den Einstieg in die Welt von Android vor. Es wird ab Oktober in Deutschland erhältlich sein, die unverbindliche Preisempfehlung liegt bei 339 Euro. …mehr

  • Deutsche Telekom plant Joint Venture mit Orange

    Großbritannien

    Die Deutsche Telekom will ihre angeschlagene britische Mobilfunktochter T-Mobile in ein Joint Venture mit France Télécom einbringen. …mehr

  • Mobile Marketing zeigt erste Wirkung

    MMA-Studie

    Wenngleich hierzulande noch in den Kinderschuhen, hat auf Mobiltelefone zugeschnittenes Marketing in Deutschland in den vergangenen zwölf Monaten zu Verbraucherausgaben von über 560 Millionen Euro geführt. …mehr

  • Neuer Mittelstandschef bei Microsoft Deutschland

    Martin Berchtenbreiter

    Martin Berchtenbreiter (39) verantwortet ab dem 15. September das gesamte deutsche Mittelstands- und Partnergeschäft von Microsoft. …mehr

  • Klassisches ITSM stößt an seine Grenzen

    Cloud Computing

    Cloud Computing erfordert beim IT-Service-Management eine stärkere Integration externer Prozesse. …mehr

  • Samsung R620-Aura P8700 Sanija im Test

    Flottes 16-Zoll-Notebook

    Das Display des Notebooks Samsung R620-Aura P8700 misst 16 Zoll im Durchmesser. Damit gelingt eine interessante Positionierung zwischen eher kleinem 15,6-Zoll-Display und ausladendem 17,3-Zoll-Bildschirm. Im Test beeindruckte das Laptop mit überzeigender Rechen- und Grafikleistung. Mit 1100 Euro ist es aber auch nicht gerade günstig.  …mehr

  • MEA macht das schon

    Metro Future Store

    Damit der Handel den Auswirkungen der Wirtschaftskrise entkommt, müssen nicht nur Unternehmen wie die Metro Group umdenken, sondern vor allem der Kunde. Etwa wenn er im Real Future Store mit seinem Handy einkaufen geht und die Einkaufssoftware MEA (Mobiler Einkaufsassistent) nutzt. …mehr

  • Vergraulen auch Sie Ihre Mitarbeiter?

    Management-Fehler und ihre Folgen

    Wenn gute Mitarbeiter kündigen, liegt das auch an den Führungskräften. Wir zeigen die häufigsten Fehler des Managements - und wie man sie vermeidet. …mehr

  • Die Wahrheit über Cloud Computing

    Analyse

    Das Analystenhaus Kuppinger Cole setzt sich kritisch mit den Chancen und Risiken von Cloud Computing auseinander. …mehr

  • New Samsung AMOLED Messaging Phone Comes to Verizon

    Premium-Inhalt. Amidst the flurry of this week, two inexpensive messaging phones landed on the Verizon Network Tuesday.

  • U.S. buys weather supercomputer with twin backup

    Premium-Inhalt. WASHINGTON -- The U.S. has upgraded the supercomputer used to develop weather forecast models, a system so critical to meteorologists that the government has bought a second, identical system as a backup.

  • IBM tool eases JavaScript development

    Premium-Inhalt. Countering rivals Microsoft and Adobe Systems, IBM is offering a free tool to simplify development of JavaScript-based Web applications, featuring use of a modeling language, according to IBM sources.

  • Unpatched Microsoft bugs raise red flags

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has released its security updates for the month of September, but a couple of unpatched flaws have some security experts wondering if the software company will be forced to release an emergency patch sometime in the month ahead.

  • What to expect at Wednesday's Apple event

    Premium-Inhalt. We're less than 24 hours away from , an invitation-only press session in San Francisco Wednesday that's expected to focus solely on Apple's music-related products.

  • Wi-Fi, powerline to merge in Atheros-Intellon deal

    Premium-Inhalt. Wi-Fi chip vendor Atheros Networks plans to acquire Intellon, a maker of chips for home powerline networking equipment, for about US$244 million.

  • FanCheck developer defends app, says it's not malware

    Premium-Inhalt. The controversial and popular FanCheck application for Facebook carries no viruses and is completely safe and legitimate, according to its creator.

  • T-Mobile Has Little to Offer US Mobile Providers

    Premium-Inhalt. Say hello to T-Orange. That is not the official name of ...at least not yet. The alliance seems to create a formidable entity in the battle for mobile provider supremacy in the United Kingdom. Unfortunately, T-Mobile in the United States is languishing in fourth place with little hope of reaching a similar deal.

  • Sprint yanks Palm Pre incentive

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint has pulled a US$100 service credit for new Palm Pre buyers just hours after it made the offer.

  • Chill Pill brings RSS Fever to your desktop

    Premium-Inhalt. Today's RSS-client market is dominated by and Google Reader, in no small part because both are good and free. But folks on the lookout for a different--better, some say--experience have been checking out , a self-hosted, Web-based reader with a flexible interface and a fresh approach to slicing through the Internet's thick jungle of news. Mac users now have another big reason to take a look: , a free desktop client for Fever.

  • Microsoft rivals to purchase 22 patents to defend Linux

    Premium-Inhalt. A group of Linux proponents will purchase patents formerly held by Microsoft in an effort to defend distributors of the open-source OS against the ongoing threat of patent litigation from the software giant.

  • Final Fantasy XIII Japan Release Date Confirmed

    Premium-Inhalt. Finally, Final Fantasy XIII , which should be grand news to any of you wondering like me whether Square Enix was planning to actually release something or just loop shots of stunningly beautiful vagabonds doing power yoga poses 20 feet in the air.

  • Military spends $10M to build Web sites aimed at squelching anti-US messages

    Premium-Inhalt. Can a series of customized Web sites written in specific, actually influence how the world perceives our government’s policies? And by-the-way help fight the war on terror? Sounds like a stretch but that is indeed the goal of the project known as the Trans Regional Web Initiative.

  • Palm Pixie to debut at Fashion Week

    Premium-Inhalt. Palm Inc. is set to debut a second WebOS smartphone, code-named Pixie, this week during Fashion Week in New York, according to a .

  • Pharos Traveler 137 Smartphone (Unlocked)

    Premium-Inhalt. The Traveler 137 from is an excellent touchscreen smartphone with impressive connectivity features, including compatibility with the 3G data networks of both AT&T and T-Mobile. If you're not a Windows Mobile veteran, however, you may find its menu structure daunting, and slow to use. Fortunately, the Traveler 137 supports the , so the menu situation may change when the update launches this fall. For now, the Pharos Traveler 137 performs better as a business companion than as an entertainment device or social networking gadget.

  • Watch Online Videos at Your Own Pace With MySpeed

    Premium-Inhalt. Online video sites such as YouTube have one primary drawback: You can't speed up or slow down the videos, as you normally can with a DVD player. That means that if there are ads in the videos, you have to sit through them. And if you need to slow down the video--say for transcribing the audio--you're out of luck. That's where ($30, 7-day free trial) comes in. It lets you speed up video by up to five times, and slow down playback all the way down to 30 percent of the original speed. That way, you can zip through ads, and slow down people's speech to hear it more clearly.

  • 'Monopoly City Streets' Online Game Launches Tomorrow

    Premium-Inhalt. Get ready to get your Monopoly on, global style: Hasbro is preparing to unveil a live version of its Monopoly game with serving as the game board. The game, entitled , is set to launch this Wednesday -- yep, the same day as that .

  • Repair site: PS3 Slim 'a bit more tricky' to reassemble

    Premium-Inhalt. Our Features Editor Patrick Shaw has just posted an , who were the first people to post pictures of a disassembled PlayStation 3 Slim. Patrick asked them about many facets of the repair process, as well as the internal components of the PS3 Slim. When asked to compare the repair process between the PS3 Slim and older models of the system, 's Ben Levy had this to say:

  • Square hoping for US Final Fantasy XIII in Spring

    Premium-Inhalt. Square-Enix held a press conference in Japan yesterday night (which was actually Tuesday--WTF?) where the company debuted a new trailer for its highly-anticipated upcoming RPG, . While that still isn't available to the public, some juicy details have made their way out.

  • Sprint Drops Palm Pre to $99 -- for Limited Time

    Premium-Inhalt. We'd been hearing for days that was planning to cut the price of the smartphone, which it sells exclusively (at least for now) in the U.S. put the new price around $150 -- some $50 clams off the current $199, with a 2-year service contract.

  • Hitachi Announces NAS Platform

    Premium-Inhalt. Hitachi Data Systems announced the availability of its Network Attached Storage (NAS) platform, with two new solutions for midrange storage. Hitachi NAS 3080 and 3090 offer Intelligent File Tiering capability in midrange and include benefits to increase productivity and simplify storage, the company claimed.

  • GPL delivers clarity and freedom to business

    Premium-Inhalt. The Gnu General Public Licence (GPL) has been around in one form or another since the Gnu manifesto published by Richard Stallman in 1985.

  • Mobile operators to gain little from UC upsurge – Ovum

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite the ongoing economic crisis, the market for Unified Communications (UC) is expected to grow significantly in the next five years, yet mobile operators are not keen on competing with UC-enabled mobile devices, reported Ovum, a global advisory and consulting firm.

  • Springboard: IM the top collaboration tool among Asian firms

    Premium-Inhalt. Instant messaging (IM) is the second most popular and widely used collaboration and communication tool in business enterprises across Asia Pacific after email, said Springboard Research Monday.

  • Apac software budgets to grow faster than overall IT spend

    Premium-Inhalt. Software budgets are expected to grow faster than overall IT budgets in 2010, said Gartner Tuesday.

  • Report: IM is top collaboration tool for Asian enterprises

    Premium-Inhalt. After e-mail, instant messaging (IM) is the most popular collaboration and communication tool in business enterprises across Asia Pacific, according to a report by Springboard Research.

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