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Premium-Inhalt. iPhone, iPod and MP3 accessories maker Cygnett has introduced the SecondSkin Silicon Case TwinPack for the new iPod Nano 5G.
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Premium-Inhalt. The SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) specification may be experiencing a renaissance, but it would sure be helpful if Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser supported SVG, a Google official argued at a technical conference on Friday.
Premium-Inhalt. What is it about airlines that attract so much online angst? Every other week there seems to be a new Facebook group or YouTube video protesting some policy change or service snafu. Over the summer, a musician posted a video protest on YouTube after his guitar was trashed by baggage handlers working for United Airlines. The video quickly went viral and has been viewed 5,626,168 times as of this writing. More recently, a travel agent in London set up a "pressure group" on Facebook targeting British Airways and its expensive fees to reserve seats in advance. Twitter has become a favorite place to rant about airline indignities, thanks in large part to the ability to do so with a mobile phone in the terminal right after a flight has been cancelled or airline staff have behaved rudely.
Premium-Inhalt. The University of Missouri this week its new Cisco TelePresence system at a library on its Columbia, Missouri campus. The reasons for doing so are similar to the ones usually cited by private companies that adopt the videoconferencing technology: Reducing travel time, cutting travel-related expenses, and shrinking the organization's carbon footprint. According to a published by the university, up to 18 conferees can participate, and PowerPoint presentations can be shown on an auxiliary monitor. The system is mainly intended for communication with other campuses in the University of Missouri system (including the University of Missouri at Kansas City, the University of Missouri at St. Louis, and the Missouri University of Science and Technology) but conferences can also be set up with outside TelePresence systems via AT&T and .
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Premium-Inhalt. Wireless networking and touch-sensitive controls help set HP's Photosmart C4780 apart from other entry-level color inkjet multifunction printers. Unfortunately the model comes with outrageous prices for its ink, and it has an extremely limited design.
Premium-Inhalt. A Verizon router failure in the northeastern U.S. caused an outage that Internet engineers and Twitter users reported on Friday afternoon.
Premium-Inhalt. Jonas San Luis, assistant vice president for MIS at Insular Life Health Care, thinks Apple has carved an all-too-stable niche that it would be hard to deviate from it. "If your business is more on web, web design and graphics, then Apple has an advantage," he claims. "But if your business is highly dependent on applications that run only on windows, then shifting to Apple is definitely a no-no."
Premium-Inhalt. For the duration of its existence, Apple's claim to fame has always been user experience and design. Steve Jobs' multi-million empire has easily dominated the multimedia electronics world through intuitive gadgets and elegant devices. But for the same reasons, Apple's offerings have appealed mainly to the consumer market. With the introduction of Apple devices built with Intel chips and the impending release of the new Mac OS X Snow Leopard, is Apple gearing up to take a larger bite of the fruit by entering the corporate market?
Premium-Inhalt. After years of ignoring the needs of the enterprise, Apple Inc. seems to be making a concerted push into the business world--but are businesses biting?
Premium-Inhalt. Brother's color inkjet multifunction printer (MFP), the MFC-6490CW, adds wide-format printing capability to an already long list of functions. Unfortunately, extremely slow performance is the tradeoff.
Premium-Inhalt. Google has come a long way in its eleven-year history, from its humble beginning as a Stanford University research project in 1998, to the global, multi-billion dollar online presence Google enjoys today.
Premium-Inhalt. Canon's Pixma MP490 color inkjet multifunction printer (MFP) has a superlow price ($100 at this writing) and a simple-to-use design that should appeal to home and student users. If you print a lot, however, , as its ink costs are high.
Premium-Inhalt. Epson's Stylus NX515 color inkjet multifunction printer (MFP) is well priced for the home or student user ($130 at this writing). Speed and a few notable features help it stand out, despite its high ink costs and other shortcomings.
Premium-Inhalt. Some truly inventive developers have figured out how to take advantage of the iPhone's built-in accelerometer to let you control gaming action by tilting your iPhone or iPod touch every which way. , for instance, is an example of a game that handles the tilt function to perfection.
Premium-Inhalt. The House Committee on Energy and Commerce is voicing concern over a in a recently passed health care breach notification bill that gives health care companies considerable discretion on whether to disclose a data breach.
Premium-Inhalt. Problems related to a botched computer integration effort have affected numerous customers of TD Bank N.A, one of the largest banks in the U.S.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft is slamming a lawsuit that claims it misled millions of Windows XP users about that company's anti-piracy software, calling the lawsuit "fictional," "demonstrably false" and from an "alternate universe."
Premium-Inhalt. Gone are the days that smartphones -- the BlackBerry, for all intents and purposes -- were a mark of the user being an executive or business traveler. Today, smartphones are now bought mainly by individual consumers and used for mostly personal needs, according to a new survey of more than 1,000 users by the consultancy CFI Group.
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