Premium-Inhalt. SAP's executive changes reverberated across the IT news sphere and opened the week's big IT news. Google's Buzz garnered Tuesday's big headlines, while Microsoft's Windows patch woes took over as the week progressed. As we head into the weekend, our sights turn to the Olympic Games in Vancouver, which will be not only a show of athletic prowess but also an IT spectacle.
Premium-Inhalt. Ladies and gentlemen, I'd like to introduce the newest member of our IT department: Computer Engineer Barbie. She's hip, stylish, and a real whiz when it comes to fixing faulty motherboards.
Premium-Inhalt. Consumers might be in Apple's iPad, but that hasn't stopped app developers from going full speed ahead with iPad app development.
Premium-Inhalt. Here's the perfect story: If you're separated from or in the process of divorcing your spouse, steer clear of Facebook. According to a recent survey of U.S. divorce attorneys, Facebook is the "unrivaled leader" for online evidence of matrimonial naughtiness.
Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard's first smartbook, the Compaq AirLife 100, announced on Friday, could be a rival to Apple's iPad as the two companies aim to attract buyers looking for netbook alternatives, analysts said.
Premium-Inhalt. A new front is being opened in the race to provide inexpensive , and it's located on a former NATO base in Iceland.
Premium-Inhalt. Everybody's talking about . Most of that chatter is centered on how to use it, and whether it's better or worse than Twitter or Facebook. Almost all the talk is about using Buzz from a PC.
Premium-Inhalt. The iPad has been on the minds of a lot of Mac users as of late. In this special edition of the Macworld Podcast, recorded on the show floor of this week's Macworld Expo, I speak to four people about Apple's forthcoming tablet and what it means for comic books.
Premium-Inhalt. The App Store offers many for the discriminating mobile user, all with their own unique charms. But as great a collection of games as, say, , , and may be, even their most ardent fans wouldn't claim that those games will help you make a better mint julep.
Premium-Inhalt. Looking at the maze of printing devices in any organization, it is clear we are still a ways off from the completely digitized work environment. Out of necessity, convenience and personal preference, the majority of today's workers still use printers, copiers and fax machines.
Premium-Inhalt. This was not a banner week for Microsoft darling Windows 7. The new OS has been cruising along with solid buzz and to back it up, but user complaints on two fronts - misreported battery life and a stability update causing disruptions - provided a reality check.
Premium-Inhalt. co-founder and CEO Oliver Breidenbach joins me at the Macworld Podloft to discuss his company's software, the advantage of Apple not being at Macworld Expo from the perspective of a third-party developer, and the impact the iPad may have on Breidenbach's business.
Premium-Inhalt. There are several iPhone accessories on the show floor at Macworld 2010. In this video, I'll talk about three products that stood out: Uncommon's custom iPhone cases, Mophie's marketplace magnetic strip reader, and moodagent, a playlist generator.
Premium-Inhalt. World of Warcraft has had it rough in China: between two government agencies temporarily threatened WoW-provider NetEase with a shutdown order; NetEast had to cease registration on new accounts while it resubmitted The Burning Crusade to one of those two government agencies for approval; and that regardless of the drama, they were still pushing for the Wrath of the Lich King expansion to hit China this year.
Premium-Inhalt. Power and cooling company APC by Schneider Electric will make a new push this year into the market for containerized data centers, this time including portable infrastructure gear such as generators and chillers.
Premium-Inhalt. Software developer Howling Moon has released , a utility for taking screenshots on your Mac. Its features include the ability to share your screenshots on the Internet.
Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Department of Justice has launched a new task force on intellectual property in an effort to crack down on a "growing number" of IP crimes in the U.S. and elsewhere, the agency announced.
Premium-Inhalt. A Michigan-based manufacturing firm is suing its bank after online crooks depleted the company's account by $560,000 via a series of unauthorized wire transfers last year.
Premium-Inhalt. It's an exciting time for digital photographers. Apple released the latest version of this week, and even diehard Lightroom users are intrigued by some of its new features. Interestingly, it's the lighter additions like slideshows and easy book creation that are appealing to the professionals.