In den meisten Unternehmen bestimmen die klassischen Interaktionsformen wie E-Mail oder das Telefonieren über Festnetz oder Handy noch den Alltag. Innovative Formen wie Webconferencing, Desktop Sharing oder Instant Messaging rücken aber nach. Für wen lohnt sich Unified Communications (UC)? …mehr
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Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission plans to release a national broadband plan next week that will lay out an ambitious set of goals for broadband deployment and adoption.
Premium-Inhalt. In last week's I wrote about some pyrotechnic chemistry and said that, luckily in IT the worst thing that can happen is an occasional electrical shock or stubbed toe. I then invited you to share your stories if you had experienced anything worse.
Premium-Inhalt. Thursday revealed more details about a data theft in Switzerland that took place more than three years ago. The incident affects 15,000 existing clients, .
Premium-Inhalt. It's time again to dip into the reader mailbag and pull out some nuggets from the residents of . First up this morning is Gene Mosher, who has an issue with Apple's patent suit over HTC's touch screen technology (see ).
Premium-Inhalt. This story is just too wild to ignore: It seems Newegg has quite a bit of old egg on its face this week after it shipped customers "counterfeit" Intel CPUs that were more like movie props than actual working electronics.
Premium-Inhalt. The Game Developers Choice Awards were last night, and many of the world's top developers were on hand to celebrate 2009's best games. Uncharted 2 saw the success it began at last month's Interactive Achievement Awards continue on, as it took home five trophies, including the Game of the Year. The show was hosted by Warren Spector, who jokingly plugged Epic Mickey throughout the night, but closed the show with a trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Premium-Inhalt. Last night marked the 12th Annual Independent Games Festival Awards, where 306 indie endeavors were judged by a panel of over 170 industry veterans. Many great games fought their way to the finals, but only a handful of winners were able to take home the highly sought-after awards.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft next week promises to finally reveal full details of the Windows Phone 7 operating system, at its traditionally a venue for Microsoft's Web developer community. There's a lot riding on these details.
Premium-Inhalt. Billions of dollars are at stake in the FCC's net neutrality rulemaking, which could mandate rules for broadband Internet access over wireless and wireline networks.
Premium-Inhalt. This week on the podcast, PCWorld editors Anne McDonald, Jason Cross, Nate Ralph, and Robert Strohmeyer dig into the hottest free stuff on the Net. Anne McDonald highlights her favorite selections from the 112 downloads in our roundup.
Premium-Inhalt. While it's great the Federal Communications Commission is offering free , it would be greater if the commission would use the data to force carriers to more accurately describe the speeds they offer and then keep their promises.
Premium-Inhalt. As with many new Google services, the ability to search for products at local stores is a little slow out of the gate, but the potential is there.
Premium-Inhalt. Do you want to rock out to laser-powered that cover your windows and walls? Soon you may be able to, thanks to carbon nanotubes (the super-strong material under being considered for the construction of ). Researchers have found that sheets of carbon nanotubes produce high-quality, audible sound when heated with infrared lasers. Just think: A built into the walls of your home, or the interior of your car, that produces excellent audio without wires or cables.
Premium-Inhalt. After detailing the top 10-selling video games for February yesterday, the NPD Group has followed up with a list revealing the best of the rest, with the 11th through 20th best-selling games of last months. Here's the entire list:
Premium-Inhalt. While speaking with David Cage at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco this week, I asked him what he felt he had achieved with his loose trilogy of games (, , and ) and what was next for him and his team. Some critics have noted that all three of these games are incredibly serious experiences, and devoid of any humor, so I also asked him if there was a comedic soul hiding within him.
Premium-Inhalt. BioShock 2's first premium downloadable content pack--The Sinclair Solutions Test Pack--released yesterday. Early adopters took note of the small file sizes on all platforms--the Xbox 360 has the largest footprint with 108KB--and have questioned 2K, via , on their methods of making players pay for content that is already included on the disc. 2K Community Manager Elizabeth Tobey with the following statement:
Premium-Inhalt. In an interview with Forbes earlier this week, Nintendo president and COO Reggie Fils-Aimé made a number of comments that were quite contradictory to many of the dominant themes of the Game Developers Conference, which is wrapping up this weekend in San Francisco. Of note were comments he made about the iPhone and iPod Touch, regarding their encroachment upon the DS' business, and his opinion of virtual goods and microtransactions.
Premium-Inhalt. Shortly after Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad, I wondered whether the device--awesome as it seems--would . Now that you can , Apple has , with some particularly interesting revelations relating to iBooks--so it's time to revisit my early concerns.
Premium-Inhalt. The Troyak ISP, which has been linked to the Zeus botnet, was briefly taken down this week. The takedown occurred on the heels of the RSA Conference last week, where there was much talk about the "cat-and-mouse" game of trying to squelch cybercrime. Otherwise, things got a little testy at the ICANN meeting in Nairobi, and iPad pre-orders got rolling. Oh, and the Internet was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. Seriously.
Premium-Inhalt. It was just about a year ago that Zer01 Mobile made its grand entrance at the annual CTIA wireless convention.