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  • Bloggerlounge mit eigenem Programm

    discuss & discover 2009

    Neben Journalisten sollen sich auch Blogger und Podcaster auf der discuss & discover wohlfühlen und informiert werden. Dazu wird eine Bloggerlounge eingerichtet, die neben separaten Arbeitsplätzen auch ein zusätzliches Programm zur Verfügung stellt.  …mehr

  • Oracle-Kunden begrüßen Sun-Strategie und Softwaresupport

    Doag kommentiert News zur OpenWorld

    Die Oracle-Anwendervereinigung Doag lobt einige der jüngsten Ankündigungen des Softwarekonzerns auf der "OpenWorld", übt aber auch Kritik. …mehr

  • T-Mobile verkauft den Blackberry Bold 9700

    Ab November

    Der in Bochum entwickelte Nachfolger des Erfolgsmodells Blackberry Bold 9000, das Bold 9700, ist erstmals auf einer Webseite von T-Mobile erschienen.  …mehr

  • Anwender achten mehr auf ihr Content Management

    ECM-Studie

    Laut einer Umfrage bewerten immer mehr Anwender das Thema Enterprise Content Management (ECM) als wichtiges strategisches Ziel für ihr Unternehmen. Gleichzeitig steigen aber auch die Erwartungen. …mehr

  • ITU entwickelt Standard für das Heim-Netz

    Schluss mit dem Kabelverhau

    Mit dem neuen Standard G.hn soll das intelligente Hausnetz für alle möglichen Endgeräte endlich Realität werden.  …mehr

  • Selbstmordserie bei France Télécom erschüttert Frankreich

    Tiefgreifende Restrukturierung

    Eine Frau stürzte sich aus dem Bürofenster in der vierten Etage, ein Mann sprang von einer Autobahnbrücke, ein weiterer erhängte sich zu Hause - dies sind nur drei der 25 Mitarbeiter von France Télécom, die sich seit Anfang 2008 das Leben genommen haben. …mehr

  • Nokia baut Konzernspitze um

    Nach Verlusten

    Nokia zieht Konsequenzen aus dem Rutsch in die roten Zahlen und baut in der Konzernspitze um. …mehr

  • Zahlreiche Kundendaten von AWD entwendet

    Neuer Datenskandal?

    Unbekannte haben einem Medienbericht zufolge beim Finanzdienstleister AWD zehntausende Kundendaten entwendet. …mehr

  • Deutsche UMTS-Provider fälschen Webinhalte

    Bandbreite um jeden Preis

    Wie ZDNet herausgefunden hat, tricksen T-Mobile und Vodafone mit allen Mitteln um an Bandbreite zu sparen. Die Provider schrecken dabei auch nicht vor Techniken zurück, die hauptsächlich von Cyberkriminellen genutzt werden.  …mehr

  • Neuer Chef beim BSI

    Michael Hange folgt auf Udo Helmbrecht

    Michael Hange übernimmt heute das Amt des Präsidenten des Bundesamtes für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI). …mehr

  • Flinke Navigation in XML-Dateien

    Kleine Helfer

    XML Marker erlaubt die Analyse auch von großen und komplexen XML-Strukturen. …mehr

  • Siemens muss abgespaltener Telefonsparte unter die Arme greifen

    Gigaset

    Den Mischkonzern Siemens holt nach einem Pressebericht wieder einmal seine Vergangenheit ein. …mehr

  • Outsourcing der Zukunft?

    Alternative Cloud-Storage

    Bislang praktizieren es noch wenig Unternehmen. Doch die Zukunft des Storage liegt in der Wolke: Die Langzeit-Archivierung von Daten in Clouds ist deutlich kostengünstiger als teure SAN- oder NAS-Technologien. …mehr

  • Process Hacker - der bessere Task Manager

    Kleine Helfer

    Wer sein Task-Managing unter Windows ausführlich und professionell möchte, sollte es statt mit dem systemeigenen Werkzeug mit "Process Hacker" versuchen. …mehr

  • "Wie deppert muss man sein?"

    Cloud-Datenverlust bei Sidekick

    Die Panne bei Microsofts US-Tochter Danger mit dem Datenverlust von T-Mobiles Sidekick-Kunden hat in Blogs hohe Wellen geschlagen. Die kontroverse Diskussion in der Öffentlichkeit könnte dazu beitragen, die erste Krise von Cloud Computing schneller zu bewältigen. …mehr

  • Sony Ericsson steckt weiter in den roten Zahlen

    Absatzflaute

    Dem Handy-Hersteller Sony Ericsson macht die Absatzflaute weiter zu schaffen. …mehr

  • Google und IBM nähren Hoffnung auf Erholung

    Positive Quartalsbilanzen

    Neue Hoffnungszeichen in der IT-Branche: Mit überraschend starken Quartalszahlen haben der Computer-Konzern IBM und der Internet-Riese Google die Erwartungen einer Erholung weiter angeheizt. …mehr

  • Twitter goes mobile in Japan

    Premium-Inhalt. It's the kind of thing that in many countries might pass largely unnoticed but the launch on Thursday in Japan by Twitter of a mobile Web site could end up being of vital importance to its success here.

  • The Revolution will be programmed, Part III

    Premium-Inhalt. In (which was online only) I continued my exploration of a cool programming system called , focusing on the tool's object-oriented, event-driven architecture. This week we'll look at the product's English-like language, a style referred to as by some cynics.

  • U.S. Army considers social networks as Generation Facebook enlists

    Premium-Inhalt. WASHINGTON -- A defining phrase in the military is "by the book," and when it comes to knowledge management and IT, the book ( ) is clear: "The IT community must maintain focus on the needs of its customers."

  • G.hn home network standard progresses

    Premium-Inhalt. While the ITU marked off another milestone for its G.hn standard for home networking last week, the specification may now face a greater challenge going up against existing technologies.

  • Online libel case stirs up free speech debate

    Premium-Inhalt. An Illinois politician's attempt to unmask the identity of an e-mail poster who allegedly made disparaging remarks about her teenage son in an online forum is stirring a debate about free speech rights on the Internet.

  • University of New England gets $5M for AREN fibre connection

    Premium-Inhalt. The University of New England will receive $5 million in Federal Government funding over the next two years to create a fibre optic connection to the Australian Research and Education Network (AREN).

  • AMD narrows loss as it inches to profitability

    Premium-Inhalt. Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday narrowed its net loss during the third quarter of 2009 as the company inches closer to profitability.

  • 38 Oracle security patches coming next week

    Premium-Inhalt. After a record-setting week of Microsoft and Adobe security patches, Oracle is gearing up for a major update of its own next week.

  • In-App Feature Could Keep More Apps on iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. While Apple's new for iPhones is being widely touted as an antipiracy measure, Apple's more overarching motive seems to be that of keeping the at the development forefront for the coolest new apps for mobile users.

  • US TV body approves mobile standard

    Premium-Inhalt. The Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC), which oversees TV standards for the U.S., said Friday it has approved a standard for mobile digital broadcasts.

  • Some Democrats, minority groups question net neutrality

    Premium-Inhalt. A group of 72 Democratic lawmakers is the latest to question the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's move to create new net neutrality regulations.

  • ING Life Adopts Open Source To Expand Business

    Premium-Inhalt. In the insurance business, everyone's headed into the hinterland. But the cost of every new branch can bite deeply. Here's how going Open Source helped ING Life save over Rs 8 crore (US$1.7 million) and funded its expansion plans.

  • All Red Faction games 25% off on Steam this weekend

    Premium-Inhalt. Throughout this weekend, THQ and PC game download service are teaming up to bring you all three of the popular Red Faction games for 25 percent off their usual price. This means you can get the and for just $7.49, and for $29.99. You can access the sale page right .

  • GTA: Chinatown Wars gets exclusive character on PSP

    Premium-Inhalt. Rockstar has been slowly revealing details about how the PSP version of will differ from its Nintendo DS (and ultimately iPhone) counterparts on its official website. Last week it revealed the exclusive mission, "Factory Fun" which is an homage to the "classic" mission "Are You Going to San Fierro?" In "Factory Fun" Chinatown Wars protagonist Huang must destroy a warehouse full of "illicit crops" with a flamethrower before escaping unharmed.

  • Grand Theft Auto IV now available on demand from Xbox Live

    Premium-Inhalt. Rockstar Games has that is joining the growing library of classic Xbox 360 titles available for download through the Xbox Live Marketplace Games on Demand service.

  • Podcast 49: Google Donut, BlackBerry Storm 2, Wi-Fi Direct

    Premium-Inhalt. Hold on to your balloons! This week on the PC World Podcast, editors Robert Strohmeyer, Ginny Mies, Tim Moynihan, and Mark Sullivan try to cover as much of the week's tech news as possible in 20 minutes.

  • New iPhone 3GS Bootrom NOT Jailbreak-Proof! With A Catch

    Premium-Inhalt. When released the new iPhone 3GS with an updated bootrom, many reports claimed it rendered the handset "unhackable" or "jailbreak-proof." such reports were overdramatic and it was only a matter of time before a new exploit was discovered. While the Dev-Team is undoubtedly working hard in finding a new exploit for the 3GS bootrom, in the meantime, Dev-Team member Eric McDonald addressed sensationalized reports in a released yesterday.

  • Obama calls on Americans to help with cybersecurity

    Premium-Inhalt. U.S. President Barack Obama has urged Americans to help guard against cyberattacks in a first-of-its-kind video published on the White House Web site.

  • Mass Effect 2 releasing on Jan 26

    Premium-Inhalt. As if the mass exodus of delayed games into the early months of 2010 hadn't created enough of a clutter in the new year, EA has planted one of its most anticipated titles in the first month of next year, setting a January 26 release date for the highly-anticipated .

  • Microsoft's free AV got 1.5 million downloads in first week

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft registered more than 1.5 million downloads of its free antivirus software in the week after it shipped.

  • Major iPhone devs make apps free, add in-game purchases

    Premium-Inhalt. Our Apple-focused affiliate, , discovered earlier today that an update to the iPhone Developer Program has allowed the use of in-app transactions in free apps, a practice that was previously limited to paid apps. With iPhone game developers dealing with dramatic price shifts and major difficulty selling titles for anything but the lowest prices, this may present an opportunity to developer a more stable way to make money from their apps.

  • EA to debut Flash game label with Dragon Age spin-off

    Premium-Inhalt. While EA has tested the waters of browser-based gaming with the release of earlier this year, it seems as though the company will be diving even deeper into the world of non-download, non-disc PC and Mac video games, as the company has started a new Flash gaming label called EA2D. The first title, which was revealed on Bioware's blog last week and picked up by earlier today, will be , a 2D tactical RPG spin-off of the upcoming 3D console/PC RPG .

  • Microsoft, Sidekick, and other high-tech disasters

    Premium-Inhalt. The continues today, with the report that maybe after all. That's good news, naturally. But we're still waiting to hear the official account of what exactly went wrong at Danger Inc.

  • Apple is a 2009 Global Champion

    Premium-Inhalt. It is no secret that the worldwide economy isn't in the best of shape. While I'm sure we could argue for days on end what got us all into this mess (I, for one, blame someone other than myself) there are some bright spots. A.T. Kearney, a management consulting company that moonlights as a compiler of bloggable lists of companies, has just released the name of the 25 companies it deems .

  • Linden Lab CEO on Second Life's growth, future

    Premium-Inhalt. . When we first ,

  • Hosted call center app turns to Salesforce Service Cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. You can thank Moore's Law and competition for the long-standing pattern of many expensive IT technologies coming down in price over time to the point where small and medium-sized businesses can afford them. Software-as-a-service and cloud computing have accelerated this trend, to the point where even sophisticated hosted call-center systems are now available for a fraction of the price that installed systems cost.

  • Asterisk teams with IBM for small business VoIP

    Premium-Inhalt. Small businesses can buy open source as an add-on to IBM’s Smart Cube office-in-a-box package.

  • Enex Testlab wants content filter report released

    Premium-Inhalt. The managing director of the company responsible for the testing of the Federal Government's controversial wants the results made public.

  • Pastie for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. As a software developer, I can let you in on a little secret: most of us will admit to having a lazy streak. I don't mean that in a bad way--it's just that a good developer likes to find the most efficient way to accomplish any given task.

  • Blogging. Lifestreaming. What's next: Lifelogging!

    Premium-Inhalt. Smile when you talk to research legend . You're on candid camera.

  • Microsoft Gets Set to Spin Windows 7

    Premium-Inhalt. With the now on for the official shipment of next Thursday, and friends have been cranking up the proverbial hype machine, but not without a few clinks and clanks along the way.

  • Sidekick data loss, Cisco buying spree

    Premium-Inhalt. There was a little bit of everything this week -- Sidekick users got a nasty surprise, Cisco made another acquisition, Oracle had its big user conference while questions lingered regarding the effect its plan to buy Sun will have, Biz Stone insisted he doesn't want to sell Twitter, and the world prepared for the launch of Windows 7 next week even as administrators grumbled their way through a monster patch Tuesday.

  • IBM, Intel executives face insider trading charges

    Premium-Inhalt. Executives from Intel Capital and IBM face insider trading charges after allegedly scheming to provide information that others used to reap millions of dollars in illegal profits, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday.

  • Data centers lose an advocate at electric utilities

    Premium-Inhalt. Mark Bramfitt, who has been an advocate for greater cooperation between data centers and electric utility companies, will leave his job at Pacific Gas & Electric next month, he said on Thursday.

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