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  • iPhone-Schutzhüllen können zu Glasschäden führen

    Auf Antennagate folgt Glassgate

    Apple könnte ein neues PR-Desaster bevorstehen. Der iPhone-Hersteller untersucht gerade Fälle, in denen Schutzhüllen zu Rissen und Brüchen auf der Glas-Rückseite des iPhone 4 führten.  …mehr

  • Citrix bringt XenServer XS 5.6 Feature Pack 1

    Virtualisierung

    Citrix Systems hat eine neue Version seines Hypervisors XenServer vorgestellt. Neben der Optimierung des Speicherbedarfs sollen Kunden vor allem von der besseren Integration externer Cloud-Anbieter profitieren.  …mehr

  • Stellenabbau bei Telefónica O2 Germany bestätigt

    1100 Jobs fallen weg

    Beim Telekom-Anbieter O2 kommt es zu einem deutlichen Abbau von 1100 Stellen. …mehr

  • Das Who is Who der deutschen IT

    Computerwoche Top 50

    Wer sind die einflussreichsten und bedeutendsten Persönlichkeiten der deutschen ITK-Szene? Die COMPUTERWOCHE wagt ein Ranking der 50 wichtigsten Köpfe. …mehr

  • Neue Bezahlverfahren auf dem Vormarsch

    Voice- und Online-Dienste

    Neben Kreditkarte und Lastschrift setzen sich Paypal, Sofortüberweisung, Giropay und PayByPhone zunehmend als Payment-Lösungen durch.  …mehr

  • AutoScout24 öffnet Missbrauch Tür und Tor

    Keinerlei Verizifizierung

    Stellen Sie sich vor, Sie kommen nach einem anstrengenden Arbeitstag nach Hause und alle drei Minuten klingelt das Telefon.  …mehr

  • Doch keine BlackBerry-Sperre in den VAE

    RIM-Zugeständnisse unklar

    Die von den Vereinigten Arabischen Emiraten (VAE) angekündigte Sperre für die Datenkommunikation mit dem Blackberry kommt nun doch nicht. …mehr

  • Heißer Oktober für Microsoft-Admins

    16 Security Bulletins

    Am kommenden Dienstag veröffentlicht Microsoft mit 16 die bislang meisten Security Bulletins auf einen Streich seit Einführung des "Patch Tuesday".  …mehr

  • Samsung präsentiert das Galaxy 551

    Android-Slider mit Volltastatur

    Nach einem Auftritt auf der Internationalen Funkausstellung in Berlin hat Samsung das Android-Smartphone Galaxy 551 nun offiziell vorgestellt.  …mehr

  • Kritik an Chaos Computer Club

    "Schlecht recherchierter Beitrag"

    Beim elektronischen Personalausweis sei es laut Chaos Computer Club für Betrüger problemlos möglich, sensible Daten auszulesen - inklusive PIN. Experte Martin Bartonitz widerspricht energisch. Auch vermisst er Werbung für den neuen Ausweis.  …mehr

  • Erste Firefox-Beta für Android und Maemo

    Codename "Fennec"

    Mozilla hat eine erste Beta von Firefox 4 für Android und das Maemo-Linux des Nokia "N900" veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Neobuy PC AMD Phenom II X6 1055T Deluxe im Test

    PC mit Sechskerner

    Der Neobuy PC AMD Phenom II X6 1055T Deluxe setzt auf die Kraft von sechs CPU-Kernen und bietet viele Anschlussmöglichkeiten.  …mehr

  • Microsoft soll an Adobe interessiert sein

    Freitagsgerücht

    Microsoft hat mit dem Flash- und Photoshop-Anbieter Adobe laut Medienberichten über eine mögliche Übernahme gesprochen. …mehr

  • Gesundheits-Check für Führungskräfte - kein Arbeitslohn

    Lohnsteuerlich irrelevant

    Bietet ein Arbeitgeber seinen leitenden Angestellten die Teilnahme an kostenlosen Vorsorgeuntersuchungen an, handelt er im eigenbetrieblichen Interesse. …mehr

  • Das WeTab im Test

    Der Konkurrent fürs iPad tritt an

    Das WeTab hatte einen schlechten Start: Der deutsche iPad-Herausforderer erwies sich in ersten Vorführungen als Rohrkrepierer. Kann das fertige Produkt die Scharte auswetzen? Der Test zeigt es.  …mehr

  • Mobiler Schutzengel im Test

    iDobber S30

    Die COMPUTERWOCHE hat das Personenortungssystem "iDobber s30" von Bornemann unter die Lupe genommen.  …mehr

  • Vergütung: ein SAP-Berater im Dilemma

    Karriere-Ratgeber

    SAP-Spezialisten wollen wieder einen kräftigen Schluck aus der Gehaltspulle nehmen, wie ein aktuelles Beispiel aus unserem Online-Karriereforum zeigt.  …mehr

  • Computacenter und Bechtle vorne

    Der Markt für Systemhäuser

    Auch 2009 kehrte in der Systemhausszene keine Ruhe ein - im Gegenteil. Dennoch blieben die "alten Großen" auch die neuen.  …mehr

  • Google to Disconnect GOOG-411 Service

    Premium-Inhalt. is shutting down 1-800-GOOG-411, a directory-assistance service that uses voice recognition to connect callers to businesses in the U.S. and Canada. Launched in 2007, was advanced for its time--yep, all of three years ago. Today, however, it appears positively quaint, particularly when stacked against Google's newer, more sophisticated for smartphones.

  • What You'll Pay For In-Flight Wi-Fi

    Premium-Inhalt. Airlines have been charging fees for seats on the emergency aisle, priority boarding, and anything resembling baggage, so it's no surprise that cheap or free Wi-Fi access isn't a typical frill. But with one in three , we looked at the going rates for going online in the clouds.

  • Trojan Forces Firefox to Save Your Passwords

    Premium-Inhalt. A Firefox Trojan has been found to force the Internet browser to save user passwords and then use those passwords to create a new user account on the infected computer.

  • Remains of the Day: A land Down Under

    Premium-Inhalt. Three random news outlets agree: Apple's talking subscription music services. So it must be true, right? Also, Apple's working on a bug fix for Down Under and Verizon's got a fix on the party line. Start your weekend right with the remainders for Friday, October 8, 2010.

  • Dark Horse Comics building its own iOS app

    Premium-Inhalt. Dark Horse Comics announced Friday that it's developing its own digital distribution system for comics, including apps for iOS devices, that will cost readers less per issue while making the company and its creators more money.

  • Left 4 Dead 2

    Premium-Inhalt. The helicopter had arrived and I had just taken a katana to the last of the zombies in my line of sight. I had two choices: race to the chopper and save myself or help my trapped friend and risk my own hide. With a war cry, I switched to the assault rifle and turned around. When playing as a survivor of a zombie apocalypse, we look after our own.

  • Pros/Cons: Schwarzenegger v. EMA

    Premium-Inhalt. The Schwarzenegger v. EMA case could cost the video game industry its First Amendment rights by criminalizing violent game sales to minors, but how valid is the argument that a violent video game will spur violent behavior in real life? Research and associate professor of developmental psychology Dr. Douglas Gentile offers up a third-party opinion on the validity of the arguments.

  • New Technology Lets You Play With Real Cats Over the Web

    Premium-Inhalt. Forget LOLcats, these kitties are real--and you can interact with them in real-time! Apriori Control, in conjunction with the Idaho Humane Society and the Oregon Humane Society, has developed a website where you can interact with real cats by controlling robotic toys over the internet.

  • Navigator 905 mouse uses power-saving tracking technology

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite the obvious benefits of using a wireless mouse, it's hard to ignore the fact that they eat through batteries like real mice eat through cheese. Genius's new mouse aims to address this issue by employing BlueEye Tracking, a powerful Blue optical engine with high laser precision that dramatically reduces power consumption.

  • Week in Facebook news: New privacy tools, unfriending study and making spammer pay up

    Premium-Inhalt. As if the opening of  to start the month didn’t give people enough to talk about regarding Facebook, the company this past week hasn’t been able to stay out of the headlines through actions of its own and others.

  • Hands-On with the Pantech Laser

    Premium-Inhalt. Android phones were all the rage at this year's CTIA, but there were a few non-smartphones launched at the show. One of these phones, the Laser, impressed me in particular. Coming to AT&T on October 17, the Laser is an ideal phone for somebody who wants to stay connected via text, e-mail or social networks, but doesn't necessarily need Web or app access.

  • Dell Latitude 13

    Premium-Inhalt. The Dell Latitude 13 inspires when you first pick it up. It's sleek, it has a great keyboard, and it weighs less than 3.5 pounds without the power brick. The LED-backlit display looks pretty good for most desktop chores. And all of this laptop-PC goodness comes in a package just 0.65 inch thick.

  • CopyTrans 4

    Premium-Inhalt. provides important functionality that iTunes just doesn't: the ability to back up individual media files directly from your iPhone or iPod to your PC. I have , mostly favorably, but the product hit a wall when the and were released: CopyTrans didn't work with either.

  • BrowserLab updated with Safari 5 support, Firebug add-on

    Premium-Inhalt. Adobe has released an update for , its hosted service that lets Web developers quickly preview Websites in different browsers and operating systems. The update adds Safari 5 support, an add-on for Firebug, and a new comparison tool feature called Smart Align.

  • 3D TVs At Top of 'Hype Cycle'

    Premium-Inhalt. The economy isn't the only thing that goes through cycles. Hype, believe it or not, is cyclical, too, according to the analysts at Gartner, who today released their 2010 Hype Cycle report. Technologies closing in on the "Peak of Inflated Expectations" are the 4G wireless standard and 3D flat panel TVs.

  • Yawn, Another Subscription iTunes Rumor

    Premium-Inhalt. You might want to sit down for this one: Apple is reportedly putting together a subscription music service that would provide unlimited songs for a flat monthly rate.

  • IBM to turbo-charge more servers with accelerators

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM is putting more energy in building computers that mix CPUs with specialized accelerators to diversify its servers and target specific workloads, an IBM executive said this week.

  • Yahoo lays out road map for BOSS

    Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo's platform, which lets external developers build custom search engines on top of the company's search infrastructure, will shift to a fee-based model in early 2011.

  • Google to shutter GOOG-411 directory assistance service

    Premium-Inhalt. Google will close down 1-800-GOOG-411 next month, saying the free directory assistance service has served its purpose in helping the company develop other, more sophisticated voice-powered technologies.

  • IBM scientists give storage some 'Panache'

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM opened the doors to its Almaden Research Center this week to show what its scientists are working on, including some advanced technologies for storage and data analysis.

  • EMC intensifies push for 'Google for the Enterprise'

    Premium-Inhalt. While the animosity towards the cloud remains at an all-time high due to reliability and security issues, information infrastructure vendor on Thursday reiterated its push for the private cloud, which can basically bring the powers of Google to the enterprise.

  • Mobile usage in Europe, US and Japan

    Premium-Inhalt. A new comScore study on mobile usage and behaviours in Europe, the US and Japan, finds that the Japanese mobile audience is the most connected with three quarters of users accessing in June.

  • Marathon game session to raise cash for Child's Play

    Premium-Inhalt. Seven friends from Syracuse, New York will broadcast a grueling three-day Resident Evil gaming marathon to raise money for the Child's Play charity.

  • Windows Phone 7 launches Monday in crowded smartphone market

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft will unveil devices running its new Windows Phone 7 operating system for the first time Monday at an event in New York that some experts predict will be a make-or-break product launch.

  • Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Sonic the Hedgehog was always best when he was flying solo. Before Tails, and Knuckles, and his countless other friends, the original Sonic game was a fast-paced platformer that was an instant classic and tough to replicate. has been trying to mimic the success of the first three Sonic titles for years, but it wasn't until Sega decided to go old school and create a new side-scrolling Sonic game that Sonic returned to form. is the first in an episodic series of arcade/action sidescrollers starring the iconic hedgehog. Without Tails or any of his animal friends, you must help Sonic defeat the evil genius Dr. Eggman once again and save the animals he has enslaved as robots.

  • Yahoo lays out road map for BOSS

    Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo's platform, which lets external developers build custom search engines on top of the company's search infrastructure, will shift to a fee-based model in early 2011.

  • Hurry Up and Wait for StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm

    Premium-Inhalt. I've just put together a slightly more than competent Windows desktop, which, drum roll please, means I'll finally be able to play without quitting in frustration when the frame rate nosedives on my 13-inch MacBook Pro.

  • Viral Views: Om Nom Nom!

    Premium-Inhalt. I love to eat. People always ask me, "Bro, what's your favorite food?" and I answer, "All of them (minus salad), and I'm not your bro." But there are some things even I would hesitate before taking an enormous bite of. So I bring you some of the coolest--if not somewhat strangest--food on the Web! Remember--everything is a delicacy somewhere....right?

  • Facebook Groups Prank Shows Default Opt-In Problem

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook held a major press event this week to introduce some , including Facebook Groups. While the is to enhance privacy and provide users with more control over how information is shared, the implementation of the concept leaves a little to be desired.

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