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Meldungen vom 15.01.2010

  • 1&1 startet neues Server-Angebot auf XEN-Basis

    "Dynamic Cloud Server"

    Beim neuen "Dynamic Cloud Server" von 1&1 können Hosting-Kunden Arbeitsspeicher, Prozessorleistung und Festplattenplatz im Rahmen der Server-Kapazität frei wählen und diese Einstellungen bei Bedarf flexibel anpassen. …mehr

  • Springer verbucht neue Apps als Erfolg

    Über 100.000 verkauft

    Die Axel Springer AG wertet den Start ihrer neuen iPhone-Apps von "Bild" und "Welt" als Erfolg. …mehr

  • JBL Creature in der dritten Generation

    2.1-Sound

    Die Harman Deutschland GmbH hat die dritte Generation des 2.1-Lautsprechersystems "JBL Creature" mit einem aufgefrischten Äußeren und einem kompakteren Subwoofer vorgestellt. …mehr

  • Kodak verklagt Apple und RIM

    Patente

    Angesichts seines schwierigen Umbaus zu einem digitalen Unternehmen besinnt sich Kodak zunehmend auf sein umfangreiches Patentportfolio. Das bekommen aktuell Apple und RIM zu spüren. …mehr

  • Doag und Java-Usergroups bündeln Interessen

    Neugründung

    Die Deutsche Oracle Anwendergruppe e.V. (Doag) ist Gründungsmitglied des Interessenverbunds der Java User Groups e.V. (iJUG). …mehr

  • Doag und Java-Usergroups bündeln Interessen

    Neugründung

    Die Deutsche Oracle Anwendergruppe e.V. (Doag) ist Gründungsmitglied des Interessenverbunds der Java User Groups e.V. (iJUG). …mehr

  • Lacie d2 quadra im Test

    Externer 2-TB-Brocken

    Für das Äußere der externen Festplatte Lacie d2 quadra war der Designer Neil Poulton am Werk - wie sich das hübsche 2-Terabyte-Modell im harten Praxisalltag schlägt, haben wir für Sie im Testcenter untersucht. …mehr

  • SOA Check 2010

    Mitmachen

    Zum vierten Mal organisiert die TU Darmstadt gemeinsam mit Wolfgang Martin Team eine Studie zum Stand von SOA-Projekten in deutschsprachigen Firmen. Die Befragung läuft noch bis zum 5. Februar. …mehr

  • Motorola stoppt vorerst eigene Zerschlagung

    Handy-Geschäft läuft wieder besser

    Der krisengeschüttelte US-Telekomkonzern Motorola hat seine Aufspaltung laut einem Medienbericht vorerst auf Eis gelegt. …mehr

  • Intel knüpft nahtlos an Boomzeiten an

    Dicker Quartalsgewinn

    Der weltgrößte Chiphersteller Intel hat dank gestiegener Computerverkäufe die Wirtschaftskrise hinter sich gelassen. …mehr

  • Laufend zu spät zur Arbeit - zu Recht entlassen

    Wenn die Ehefrau nicht als Weckdienst taugt ...

    Notorische Trödler müssen sich warm anziehen: Wer wiederholt mit Verspätung am Arbeitsplatz erscheint, kann verhaltensbedingt gekündigt werden. Stefan Engelhardt stellt ein Gerichtsurteil vor. …mehr

  • Welche Trends das Data Center verändern

    Rechenzentrum der Zukunft

    Das Rechenzentrum der Zukunft wird schneller und effizienter auf veränderte Geschäftsanforderungen reagieren. …mehr

  • Flucht aus dem Restaurant

    Neulich in ... Saigon

    Der erfahrene Vertriebsleiter eines Softwarehauses hatte in Asien zu tun und machte Station auch in Saigon. Dort luden ihn die Geschäftspartner in einen exklusiven Nobelschuppen ein. Und wie das bei einigen Treffen so manchmal passiert, wird die Stimmung - je später der Abend und je mehr Alkohol fließt - immer besser und entspannter.  …mehr

  • Verizon, AT&T, 700MHz Wireless Ban: How It Affects You

    Premium-Inhalt. The voted today to ban the distribution and sale of wireless devices that operate in the 700 MHz frequency. The action, an expected move and the latest step in the country's transition to digital television (), clears the 700 MHz band for the next generation of 4G consumer wireless devices from carriers such as and , and for communications services for public safety agencies.

  • Yes Reggie, Wii Netflix Without HD is a Problem

    Premium-Inhalt. Dear Nintendo, while I respect your president Reggie Fils-Aime's decision to shrug off the Wii's inability to do high-definition video as "no loss" , I'm not sure you're taking the long view.

  • NASA: Options dwindling for Mars Spirit rover

    Premium-Inhalt. says it is narrowing a its scientists can to extricate its stuck Spirit rover.

  • Cisco contributes $10 million to telemedicine pilot

    Premium-Inhalt. has announced a telemedicine pilot program with the state of California and healthcare providers there to provide services to underserved communities.

  • Google's Nexus One vs. the Droid: Two Phones Dissected

    Premium-Inhalt. Motorola can add one more item onto its : Droid does have more expensive hardware than the . But only by a small margin.

  • Text donations for Haiti earthquake overwhelm Red Cross

    Premium-Inhalt. Text donations to Haiti earthquake relief may not constitute a miracle, but the American Red Cross says it is overwhelmed by the millions of $10 gifts it has received via mobile phone texting.

  • Angry Birds for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Little green pigs have stolen some flightless (but skilled) birds' eggs. Now the birds want revenge. by is a physics puzzle game where you must launch these vengeful birds at the pigs' makeshift defenses. To clear each stage, you must destroy all of the pigs before you run out of the allotted number of birds.

  • Haiti text donations overwhelm Red Cross

    Premium-Inhalt. Haiti earthquake relief may not constitute a miracle, but the American Red Cross says it is overwhelmed by the millions of dollars it has received through $10 gifts sent via mobile phones.

  • US agencies announce new broadband funding round

    Premium-Inhalt. Two U.S. agencies tasked with distributing US$7.2 billion in grants and loans for broadband projects have announced the availability of a second round of funding, with each agency focusing on different areas.

  • IT companies in Haiti rush to re-build

    Premium-Inhalt. Days after a 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti, collapsing buildings and killing more than 50,000 people, communications continues to be the main IT infrastructure concern, and companies are rushing to restore what can be salvaged from the rubble.

  • Competition, energy issues pressure Africa telecom in 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. Increased competition, demand for newer technologies and a shortage of energy supplies are likely to exert pressure on African telecom this year, according to Syniverse, a mobile applications company working with 45 mobile operators across the continent.

  • Zimbra customers applaud VMware acquisition

    Premium-Inhalt. Zimbra customers, on an emotional roller-coaster ride since it was acquired by Yahoo, welcome VMware's plans to buy the open-source e-mail, calendar and collaboration software vendor.

  • Is Google hack an attack on cloud computing?

    Premium-Inhalt. Google and proponents of cloud computing were quick to say that this week's should not raise questions about the inherent security of the cloud, but the incident is fueling debate about the safety of storing data in facilities accessed over the Internet.

  • SpaceControl keeps eye on available disk space

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this week, I , a menu-bar utility for monitoring your Mac's performance. As part of that review, I noted that MiniUsage doesn't track the available space on connected hard drives. A useful tool for monitoring this data is .

  • Solving 'circular loop' problems in iPhone apps

    Premium-Inhalt. It started as an annoying symptom in one of my iPhone apps. It eventually led down a rabbit hole of "what if" scenarios and what to do about them.

  • What end users want from IT departments

    Premium-Inhalt. If the question "What do you want from me?" screams in your head throughout the day, it might be time to re-assess the relationship you have with the rest of your organization."

  • Sanho HyperMac External MacBook Batteries

    Premium-Inhalt. Many years ago, I owned a for my Apple laptop. Though bulky and heavy, it provided a couple hours of additional use at a time when the best laptops could run for only two hours or so on their own.

  • Mega Man 10's robot masters revealed

    Premium-Inhalt. for Mega Man 10 late yesterday, giving the world a look at the enemies whose names we'll be cursing come March. While none of them reach the level of bizarreness of the first robot revealed (the unforgettable Sheep Man), this still looks to be a memorable cast of characters. Check them out!

  • FCC tells wireless mics to get off 700MHz spectrum band

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will prohibit hundreds of existing wireless microphone models from being used in the U.S. in five months because they operate in the 700MHz spectrum band, which was auctioned off to mobile voice and broadband carriers in 2008.

  • Google finds little support so far for its China threat

    Premium-Inhalt. Google's threat to pull out of China is getting very little support from other businesses or the U.S. government. And that's because Google is irrelevant to the overall forces shaping global businesses.

  • AutoHotkey Script: Delete Outlook E-Mails with a Click

    Premium-Inhalt. Here we are at the end of my , one of the unsung heroes of the Windows world.

  • Sega confirms Sonic as main character in Needlemouse

    Premium-Inhalt. You've got to hand it to Sega. They could have just made one simple announcement that and won over critical and fan favor in one fell swoop. Instead, they trotted out the rogues gallery of annoying playable characters that have polluted Sonic's games over the last few years, striking two characters off of the list each day. Thus, today's announcement holds even greater weight, since there was a chance, be it ever so slight, that Amy or Big the Cat would serve as the game's protagonist.

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