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  • "Street View startet in Kürze"

    Google Deutschland

    Zwar ist "in Kürze" ein dehnbarer Begriff, aber es sieht alles danach aus, als würde es schon recht bald mehr Street-View-Fotos als bloß Oberstaufen im deutschen Google Street View geben. …mehr

  • Ausweis-App - Neue Version "in Kürze"

    BSI behebt Sicherheitslücke

    Peinliche Panne bei der Ausweis-App: Sie hat eine Sicherheitslücke. Eine neue Version ist in Vorbereitung - statt Update empfiehlt das BSI die Neu-Installation.  …mehr

  • sipgate bietet VoIP jetzt auch via VPN

    Verschlüsselung

    Der VoIP-Spezialist sipgate bietet seinen Kunden jetzt abhörsichere Internet-Telefonie vom PC (Softphone) oder iPhone aus an. Möglich wird dies durch VPN-Verschlüsselung.  …mehr

  • Apple verbindet iTunes mit Twitter

    Ping

    Zwei Monate nach dem Start hat Apples Musik-Netzwerk Ping eine Verknüpfung mit Twitter eingerichtet.  …mehr

  • Gerüchte und Fakten zum neuen Android-Flaggschiff

    Erste Fotos vom Nexus S

    Nach vielen Gerüchten gibt es nun erste Fotos vom Nexus S. Sie zeigen einen Prototypen des Gingerbread-Flagschiffs, der dem Galaxy S fast zum Verwechseln ähnlich sieht.  …mehr

  • Project Titan - bringt Facebook einen Gmail-Killer?

    Freitagsgerücht

    Am kommenden Montag hat Facebook wieder einmal etwas Größeres anzukündigen. Dabei geht es offensichtlich um einen Webmail-Dienst.  …mehr

  • BPM-Praktiker messen sich untereinander

    Wettbewerb

    Wer sich im Unternehmen mit übergreifenden Geschäftsprozessen und Workflows beschäftigt, ist richtig bei der ersten Deutschen Meisterschaft im Business Process Management (BPM).  …mehr

  • Motorola wehrt sich gegen Microsoft

    Neue Patentklage

    Die Flut an Patentklagen auf dem hart umkämpften Smartphone-Markt nimmt kein Ende. …mehr

  • Bechtle im dritten Quartal über den Erwartungen

    Aktie steigt

    Der IT-Dienstleister Bechtle hat im dritten Quartal dank starker Nachfrage die Erwartungen am Markt übertroffen. …mehr

  • Wenn Regierungen Hacker-Tools einsetzen

    Sicherheitstagung

    Die weltweite IT-Sicherheitslage wird unübersichtlicher. Gut und Böse sind nicht mehr klar zu unterscheiden, wie die Konferenz von Anbieter RSA deutlich machte.  …mehr

  • United Internet stellt Wachstum über Ergebnisplus

    Markt enttäuscht

    Der Internetdienstleister United Internet (1&1, GMX, Web.de) stellt weiter Wachstum über ein mögliches Ergebnisplus. …mehr

  • AMDs Roadmap für Opteron-Prozessoren

    Server-CPUs mit 20 Kernen

    AMD gibt neue Details zu seiner nächsten Prozessor-Generation "Bulldozer" für Server bekannt. Außerdem wurde der 20-Core-Prozessor "Terramar" für das Jahr 2012 angekündigt.  …mehr

  • Nvidia verdient mit Grafikchips wieder Geld

    $85 Mio. Quartalsgewinn

    Der Grafikchip-Spezialist Nvidia hat sich berappelt. …mehr

  • Der IT-Arbeitsplatz der Zukunft

    Centracon-Studie

    Der IT-Arbeitsplatz der Zukunft bietet einen ortsunabhängigen Zugriff, modulare Services und aufgabenspezifische Leistungsprofile. Auch Endgeräte-Unabhängigkeit und die automatisierte Bereitstellung von Diensten gehören laut einer Centracon-Studie dazu.  …mehr

  • Gaming-Maus Roccat Kone+ getestet

    Maus-Test

    Sprechen, blinken und Oberfläche "fotografieren" - die Neuauflage der Roccat Kone kann viel. Ob die Kone+ auch präzise und zuverlässig ist, verrät unser Test. …mehr

  • Sippenhaft in der Chefetage?

    Schwarze Kassen, Bestechung und Co.

    Liegt ein Fehlverhalten von Geschäftsführerkollegen vor, hat die interne Geschäftsverteilung keinen Einfluss auf die eigene Strafbarkeit, sagt Dr. Torsten Schaefer. …mehr

  • Die Erholung ist auf dem IT-Arbeitsmarkt angekommen

    Mehr Jobangebote

    Im dritten Quartal 2010 wurden 58 Prozent mehr IT-Stellen ausgeschrieben als im Vorjahr. Bayerische Arbeitgeber haben die Zahl der Jobofferten verdoppelt.  …mehr

  • Thin Clients - schlanke Verwaltung

    Sparkassen setzten auf Linux

    Die deutschen Sparkassen betreiben mehr als 140.000 Thin Clients.  …mehr

  • Frickeln für Fortgeschrittene

    Praxistest Nokia N8

    Mit dem neuen Flaggschiff N8 will Nokia seinen Führungsanspruch im Smartphone-Markt wieder geltend machen und die Wartezeit auf die ersten MeeGo-Geräte überbrücken. Dies gelingt dem Handy-Riesen nur teilweise.  …mehr

  • Sarah Palin hacker Kernell gets one-year sentence

    Premium-Inhalt. The former college student who guessed his way into Sarah Palin's Yahoo e-mail account during the 2008 U.S. presidential election was sentenced to a year and a day in prison Friday,

  • Windows 7 and IE6: 4 Tips to Solve the Incompatibility Catch

    Premium-Inhalt. You want to deploy Windows 7 but you can't let go of Internet Explorer 6. Unfortunately, that's no longer feasible: IE compatibility problems need to be solved fast to prevent Windows 7 delays, according to recent report from Gartner.

  • Apple releases iTunes 10.1

    Premium-Inhalt. It's time to start your Software Update engines, as Apple on Friday released iTunes 10.1.

  • Global Forum 2010 spotlights trends in "open innovation" and broadband economic development

    Premium-Inhalt. With a theme of advancing economic development worldwide, the 19th annual Global Forum met this week in the U.S. for the first time since 2002.

  • AppFirst offers basic server monitoring service for free

    Premium-Inhalt. Year-old start-up company AppFirst is trying to shake up the way IT administrators think not only about application performance management but also server monitoring in general.

  • Is the optical drive going the way of the floppy?

    Premium-Inhalt. Technology is ever changing. What was ubiquitous one day can be archaic the next. Cassette drives no longer run software. We don't transfer files on a floppy disk, either 5.25" or 3.5". And today, a compelling case can be made that the days of the optical disk drive may be numbered.

  • Cloudstock conference set for cloud app developers

    Premium-Inhalt. Cloudstock, a technical conference dubbed "The Woodstock for Cloud Developers," is being held next month with backing from players including Google, Force.com, and Amazon Web Services.

  • TV execs: Social media influence still anecdotal

    Premium-Inhalt. While the television industry now considers social media involvement a necessity, the benefits of establishing a presence on Twitter, Facebook and other services haven't really been shown to include improved show ratings, according to a panel of television marketing executives at the in New York.

  • Cloud execs: Traditional vendors slow adoption

    Premium-Inhalt. A group of cloud providers blamed traditional hardware and software companies for their role in discouraging cloud adoption, pointing fingers at Oracle's Mark Hurd, who spoke earlier here.

  • AT&T texts mobile users about class-action settlement

    Premium-Inhalt. AT&T Mobility notified its subscribers Thursday that they might be entitled to benefits from a proposed class-action settlement over alleged improper charging of Internet taxes.

  • Yahoo calls 20% layoff report 'inaccurate'

    Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo is denying reports that the company is in the midst of a 20% reduction of its workforce.

  • Remains of the Day: It's on like Genghis Khan?

    Premium-Inhalt. The gives its stamp of approval to e-books, Steve Jobs dials 'D' for 'developer,' and Nintendo trademarks a classic catchphrase. The remainders for Thursday, November 11, 2010 are the first links of the rest of your life.

  • Windows 7 upgrades stalled by IE6 holdouts

    Premium-Inhalt. wants customers to upgrade to Windows 7, and most IT managers say they do just that. 

  • Small Flying Robots Getting Cheaper, Lighter, Smarter

    Premium-Inhalt. What would you do with a plane that weights 10 grams? Or with a $300 iPhone-controlled quadrotor aircraft that weights just a few ounces? Would you impress your friends, do aerial photography, or would you just fly it for fun? Several DIY groups and academic researchers are making it easier to build and fly inexpensive, light-weight planes controlled with smartphones and infrared transmitters.

  • Hurd says Oracle job more attractive than other offers

    Premium-Inhalt. Some people speculated that Mark Hurd joined Oracle to get back at his former employer, Hewlett-Packard, but on Thursday he described other reasons for taking the job.

  • TigerSpike, IPscape take out NSW technology export awards

    Premium-Inhalt. Two NSW IT companies have been recognised for their contribution to the digital economy, with TigerSpike and IPscape last night receiving awards at the NSW Government technology export awards.

  • What to include in an agreement with a cloud provider

    Premium-Inhalt. is a lot like the weather: Everybody talks about it, but nobody does anything about it. Just 9.3% of companies say they'll be using platform or infrastructure as a service () offerings by the end of the year. And a paltry 4.5% have definite plans to use cloud services in 2011 or 2012.

  • Tensions rise over damages at Oracle-SAP trial

    Premium-Inhalt. The Oracle-SAP trial ended its second week with some tense exchanges over how much SAP should pay in damages for the software theft committed by its TomorrowNow subsidiary.

  • Shooters: Why I'm Just Not Into Them

    Premium-Inhalt. In an editorial that first ran in our October issue, veteran videogame journalist Leigh Alexander explained her aversion for first-person shooters. On the heels of the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops, we've reprinted her thoughts.

  • FileMaker releases Bento Event Planner templates

    Premium-Inhalt. On FileMaker's quest to expand Bento's breadth of utility, the company has added some new free templates to its that should help event planners work their magic.

  • Second GM, iTunes 10.1 herald imminent iOS 4.2 release

    Premium-Inhalt. Waiting for an Apple product release can often seem a bit like : there's a lot of talk, a lot of speculation, and no real understanding of what's going on behind the scenes. But in terms of the , we have some hints that its arrival may be sooner rather than later.

  • Battlestations: Pacific for Mac

    Premium-Inhalt. What would have happened had Admiral Chester Nimitz taken personal command of a battleship in the Pacific Theatre of World War II? What would have happened if the commander of the Japanese forces had personally decided to take flight in a bomber plane and attack Pear Harbor? 's eclectic combat simulator, , answers these questions and more by letting you play as virtually every role player in the Pacific Theater of WWII.

  • 5 Ways Facebook Email Could Threaten Gmail

    Premium-Inhalt. All signs are pointing to Facebook introducing an email service on Monday. Both and have confirmed the rumors with independent sources.

  • Flipbook Printer Creates Old-Fashioned Animation

    Premium-Inhalt. In a video-centric world, it's occasionally nice to just unplug and do things the way your parents did. Okay, perhaps your grandparents, or maybe their grandparents. Whatever your time frame, flipbooks, such as those you can create with (free/donationware), are fun and great conversation pieces. And unlike video, they don't go away when you turn off the electricity.

  • GTA triple threat hits Mac

    Premium-Inhalt. Rockstar Games announces a triple threat of Grand Theft Auto for Mac users today. The Grand Theft Auto Trilogy is available for Mac OS X users.

  • Proposed US privacy watchdog gets mixed reviews

    Premium-Inhalt. News reports suggesting U.S. President Barack Obama's administration is planning to appoint a new privacy watchdog and push for new privacy laws met with mixed reaction Friday, with some critics questioning whether new laws are needed.

  • The top 10 stories in IT this week

    Premium-Inhalt. We used to go weeks -- months even -- with no news about Java, but that seems to be changing since Oracle bought Sun Microsystems and took over licensing control of the language, which sparked heat this week from the Apache Software Foundation. Oracle also brought star-power to the witness stand this week as CEO Larry Ellison testified in its intellectual-property theft case against SAP.

  • LightSquared's mobile hopes to rise with satellite

    Premium-Inhalt. The path to a promised affordable mobile service that will span the farthest reaches of North America begins late Sunday night on the steppes of Kazakhstan.

  • Win the Black Ops Prestige Edition

    Premium-Inhalt. We've got two copies of the year's biggest game in its most alluring package. We're giving you nine chances to win the Call of Duty: Black Ops Prestige Edition this weekend. Check out the rules and enter here.

  • Showdown in Crazytown, featuring Steve Ballmer, Congress

    Premium-Inhalt. Yes, it's time for another segment of Letters from Cringeville, in which readers spank me for my assorted sins while I smile politely and say, "Thank you, kind sirs and madames, may I have another?" Here we go.

  • Duckduckgo: a user friendly search engine

    Premium-Inhalt. could be just another search engine which displays results from other sites, such as Google´s, Bing´s etc. Instead, it concentrates its effort in ranking those results in a different, user friendly and plural way.

  • Sarah Palin hacker Kernell gets one-year sentence

    Premium-Inhalt. The former college student who guessed his way into Sarah Palin's Yahoo e-mail account during the 2008 U.S. presidential election was sentenced to a year and a day in prison Friday.

  • Facebook E-mail Is the Missing Piece of the Puzzle

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook has an invitation-only , and most of the media and tech blogosphere are speculating that the social network plans to unveil its own Web-based e-mail service. If those predictions are accurate, Facebook e-mail will provide a critical missing element for Facebook as a business marketing and communications platform.

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