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Meldungen vom 16.11.2010

  • Bill McDermott entschuldigt sich vor Gericht bei Oracle

    SAPs Co-CEO

    Der deutsche Softwarehersteller SAP geht im Industriespionageprozess auf den US-Rivalen Oracle zu. …mehr

  • Beatles-Musik jetzt bei iTunes

    Apple

    Apple hatte gestern seine Homepage durch einen Hinweis auf eine wichtige iTunes-Ankündigung ersetzt.  …mehr

  • Google setzt auf Bezahlen per Handy

    Android 2.3 mit NFC

    Google will mit dem Handy den Bankkarten Konkurrenz machen. …mehr

  • Drobo S jetzt mit schnellem USB 3.0

    Data Robotics

    Data Robotics hat die zweite Generation des "Drobo S" vorgestellt, die nun (neben Firewire 800 und eSATA) mit einem USB-3.0-Anschluss versehen ist.  …mehr

  • So wird Windows 2x schneller

    Gratis-Tuning

    Volle Platte, überflüssige Programme, fehlende Updates – die Zahl der möglichen Bremsklötze von Windows ist groß. Lösen Sie die Bremsen. Unser Tuning-Guide erklärt, an welchen Schrauben Sie drehen müssen. …mehr

  • Windows Phone 7 soll im Januar Update erhalten

    Copy & Paste und Navigation

    Eine verbesserte Version des Microsoft-Betriebssystems soll Gerüchten zufolge schon im Januar herauskommen und viele Neuerungen enthalten.  …mehr

  • Google-Chef zeigt Android 2.3 auf Nexus S

    Web 2.0 Summit

    Google-Chef Eric Schmidt hat einen ersten, kurzen Einblick in Android 2.3 gegeben. Er präsentierte das neue Smartphone-Betriebssystem auf einem Prototypen, vermutlich dem Nexus S. …mehr

  • Verkauf von Toshiba Folio 100 in England gestoppt

    Technische Probleme

    Gerade erst in Großbritannien auf den Markt gebracht, wird das erste Android-Tablet von Toshiba Berichten zufolge bereits von technischen Problemen geplagt. …mehr

  • Facebook führt E-Mail, Chat und SMS zusammen

    Unified Social Inbox

    Die Technik-Auguren waren auf einen schlichten "E-Mail-Killer" von Facebook gefasst. …mehr

  • Pakt gegen Internet-Piraterie vor Abschluss

    ACTA

    Das globale Abkommen zum Schutz geistigen Eigentums im Internet ist nach wochenlanger Verzögerung fertig. …mehr

  • IT-Industrie feilt an SSD-Standards

    EMC, Intel, Dell, IBM. Fujitsu

    Zu viel Aufwand bei Installation und Anwendung, zu viele Formate, dazu Schwächen bei der Interoperabilität: Führende Hersteller von PCIe-basierten SSD-Speicherlösungen haben jetzt eine Arbeitsgruppe gegründet, die Standards erstellen soll.  …mehr

  • Wikipedia braucht 16 Millionen Dollar

    Spender gesucht

    Die freie Online-Enzyklopädie Wikipedia bittet ihre Nutzer um 16 Millionen Dollar an Spenden. …mehr

  • Schwerer Abschied von XP

    Studie: Win XP beliebt, aber ohne Zukunft

    Nach einer Studie des Marktforschungsinstituts Dimensional Research will etwa jedes zweite Unternehmen Windows XP behalten, obwohl der Support im Frühjahr 2014 durch Microsoft eingestellt wird. Trotzdem wollen die Unternehmen nicht unendlich bei XP bleiben.  …mehr

  • Firmen müssen Technologie mit Leben füllen

    Soziale Netzwerke statt E-Mail

    Soziale Netzwerke entwickeln sich immer mehr zu einer Drehscheibe der geschäftlichen Kommunikation in Unternehmen. Doch nur Firmen, die eine Kultur der sozialen Kollaboration etablieren, können damit auch erfolgreich sein, warnt Marktforscher Gartner.  …mehr

  • Virtualisierung - ist KVM das bessere Xen?

    Hypervisor im Vergleich

    Spätestens seit Red Hat seine Strategie für die Virtualisierung auf KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) ausgerichtet hat, gilt dieser recht neue Hypervisor in der Open-Source-Szene als Nachfolger von Xen. Was macht KVM interessant, und ist es besser als Xen? …mehr

  • Apple Mac mini im Test

    Mini-Rechner fürs Wohnzimmer

    Apple hat beim neuen Mac mini einige dringende Wünsche der Anwender umgesetzt. Lesen Sie im Test, ob die Änderungen den höheren Preis rechtfertigen. …mehr

  • Bei Preissuchmaschinen droht Irreführung

    Wichtiges Urteil für Internet-Händler

    Der Bundesgerichtshof richtet strenge Anforderungen an die Aktualität von Preisangaben in Preissuchmaschinen. Webshops müssen auf der Hut sein.  …mehr

  • Die besten TFT-Displays unter 300 Euro

    Vergleichstest

    Ein gutes TFT-Display muss nicht teuer sein. Bereits für unter 300 Euro gibt es TFT-Displays mit Full-HD-Auflösung. Der Test präsentiert die aktuellen Modelle. …mehr

  • Refurbished-Notebooks auf dem Prüfstand

    Altes Eisen oder Gold von Gestern?

    Klassiker für wenig Geld: Was taugen wiederaufbereitete Notebooks? Dieser Frage sind wir nachgegangen und schildern unsere Erfahrungen mit zwei Refurbished-Notebooks. …mehr

  • Wann der CIO haftet

    Recht und Gesetz in der IT-Praxis

    Wofür kann ein IT-Chef persönlich zur Rechenschaft gezogen werden? Wie weit reicht seine Haftung, wo endet sie? Und wie können Manager mit diesem Damoklesschwert im Nacken ihren Job meistern?  …mehr

  • Gerichte bewerten Freiberufler unterschiedlich

    Neue Urteile

    Der Bundesfinanzhof (BFH) hatte durch drei Urteile vom 22. September 2009 die Grenzen freiberuflicher Tätigkeiten neu gezogen. Nun liegen erste Erfahrungen vor.  …mehr

  • Ein Wiki nicht für alle

    Social Media in Unternehmen

    Der Genehmigungs-Workflow einer Open-Source-Lösung soll dafür sorgen, dass geheime Informationen und schädliche Kommentare nicht im Unternehmens-Wiki erscheinen.  …mehr

  • China's top online video site Youku files for $150M IPO

    Premium-Inhalt. China's largest video sharing site has filed for an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange as it seeks to raise US$150 million to fund expansion amid tight competition.

  • Baidu CEO: 'Net censorship a fact of life in China

    Premium-Inhalt. To be successful in China, Internet companies need to make peace with market realities they have no control over, including government censorship and bureaucracy, according to Robin Li, CEO of Baidu, the country's search engine leader.

  • Intel sued by University of New Mexico

    Premium-Inhalt. The University of New Mexico's patent arm, STC, filed a lawsuit against Intel on Monday alleging the infringement of a patent related to advanced chip manufacturing.

  • Report: Beatles music coming to iTunes

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple will announce that its iTunes store will begin selling music by The Beatles on Tuesday, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.

  • Micro Express NBL5100

    Premium-Inhalt. Micro Express's NBL5100 is a remarkably solid brick of a machine for $1199 (as of November 15, 2010). A matte-black block, this makes a clear statement: You do not care about looks. And that isn't even the "I don't care about looks" deliberateness of . You simply do not care how your laptop looks. Unfortunately, although the NBL5100 has a lot of elements I enjoyed, its operating system holds it back. I can only guess that Micro Express's designers cut a few corners that they shouldn't have.

  • Voltaire ups ante in InfiniBand/Ethernet duel

    Premium-Inhalt. Networking hardware vendor Voltaire will introduce a set of switches, based on the next-generation InfiniBand standard, that should beat the inter-switch throughput offered by the latest versions of Ethernet, the company announced Monday.

  • Umlout U(m)pdate

    Premium-Inhalt. With the second annual Umloud show less than a month away, we checked in with one of the show's producers about how the recent Harmonix developments affect the event and the availability of premium band packages.

  • Sencha offers HTML5 framework for mobile apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Sencha began offering on Monday Sencha Touch, an HTML5-based mobile application development framework for touch-based devices. The company also detailed plans for an upgrade to its Ext JS JavaScript framework.

  • The Future of POS

    Premium-Inhalt. As technology pundits often say, the IT industry is in a constant flux of development and innovation. One technological breakthrough may be the peak of today but we can never say the same for tomorrow.

  • Surpassing POS Implementation Hurdles

    Premium-Inhalt. Automating business processes bring about many benefits for the enterprise, but implementing the system can cause many months of headaches for most IT managers. Joel Galit, IT manager of Victoria Court, a local chain of hotel and motel establishments, shares the birthing pains in deploying POS systems, during Computerworld Philippines' executive briefing on Point-of-Sale Systems in August.

  • Finding the Right POS

    Premium-Inhalt. In the doggone years when small-time retail players make up the market, keeping track of sales transactions covered throughout the operations was a cinch--business owners would often log sales on paper, and compute them with a calculator on day-end.

  • You've got Facemail! Now what?

    Premium-Inhalt. I'm fascinated by how technology's center of gravity shifts over time. For a long time Microsoft was the 900-pound gorilla (careful where you stand -- it's got a bad case of gas). More recently Apple and Google have taken turns dominating what we talk about when the topic is tech. Now it's all Facebook, all the time.

  • Android 2.3 Will Do Mobile Payments and Lots of 'Bump'

    Premium-Inhalt. Google CEO Eric Schmidt says smartphones will soon support "bump" technology and mobile payments. These new features will be part of the new version of the Android operating system (2.3, Gingerbread), the release of which could come as soon as this week.

  • FlightTrack Pro gains seat maps, terminal displays

    Premium-Inhalt. Flying--whether we like to admit it or not--is stressful. Thankfully, a variety of apps can help alleviate some of the pressures. One popular option, , allows users to schedule and map flights; version 4.0, released Monday, adds a slew of new features dedicated to helping the world-weary power traveler or vacationing couple.

  • Five Quick Tips for Better Holiday Photos

    Premium-Inhalt. By now, you've either gotten your first snowfall of the season, or local shops have at least sprayed some fake snow in their windows to simulate the effect. Either way, there's no doubt that the holiday season is here, and you should be readying your camera for action. If it's chilly where you live, be sure to read about how to --and read on for five tips on how to get the best holiday photos this year.

  • Google calls on governments to increase information flow

    Premium-Inhalt. Google is calling on governments to remove "onerous limits" on free information flow in order to realise the transformative economic benefits of the internet.

  • Free BlackBerry Apps for the Holidays

    Premium-Inhalt. CIO.com's mobile maestro Al Sacco handpicks ten BlackBerry applications--six of which are completely free--that can help with shopping, travel, personal entertainment and much more this upcoming holiday season.

  • X-Ray Body Scanner Hubbub: The Naked Truth

    Premium-Inhalt. This week's uproar over the 's (TSA) use of full-body scanners in U.S. airports shows no signs of easing, as privacy advocates, airline pilots, and grass-roots groups are up in arms over new security-screening measures that opponents find far too intrusive.

  • Google Voice Makes Reprise on iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Google Voice is finally available for the iPhone.

  • Free BlackBerry Apps for the Holidays

    Premium-Inhalt. CIO.com's mobile maestro Al Sacco handpicks ten BlackBerry applications--six of which are completely free--that can help with shopping, travel, personal entertainment and much more this upcoming holiday season.

  • Bartz: Yahoo developing content optimization service

    Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo is developing technology to help publishers personalize their websites, in much the same way that it helps them to populate their sites with ads, Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz said on Tuesday.

  • AAB: Send the NBN to the Productivity Commission

    Premium-Inhalt. The Alliance for Affordable Broadband (AAB) has upped its campaign against the National Broadband Network (NBN), issuing a second open letter, this time calling upon the independent members of the House of Representatives to push for the infrastructure proposal to be pushed to the Productivity Commission for a cost-benefit analysis.

  • What Google's NFC Android Phones Will Mean For You

    Premium-Inhalt. Grab your hoverboards, gang: The next generation of is on the way, and it's going to feel a bit like something out of Back to the Future II.

  • Boutique PC builders: When you want the very best

    Premium-Inhalt. Most people purchase their PCs from popular vendors such as Dell or Lenovo. However, power users who want something more -- or who have very specific ideas of what they want without the time to actually build it themselves -- may turn to smaller, independent vendors who can accommodate high-performance, individually designed systems. These vendors are popularly known as boutique builders.

  • Windows Phone 7 hot games

    Premium-Inhalt. We've had it a week and already we're filling up our office Windows Phone 7 with games. Here are the top-ranked titles on Xbox Live Marketplace so far.

  • Dell 2350dn Laser Printer

    Premium-Inhalt. Dell's 2350dn offers small and medium-size workgroups a well-rounded , with peppy performance, impressive print quality, and reasonable toner costs for a low price ($300 as of November 16, 2010).

  • Find the 'Missing' Hotfix Link in the December 2010 Issue

    Premium-Inhalt. You know the posts I write here every day? Each month, a handful of them get culled for the print edition of PC World. And in the December, 2010, issue, on page 128, one of my tips ("Fix a Windows 7 System That Randomly Freezes") suffered a small but decidedly confusing editorial error.

  • Google Voice App In The App Store- What Does It Mean?

    Premium-Inhalt. Last week, Google that their Google Voice App was finally accepted into the App Store. You may remember the controversy surrounding Google Voice on the iPhone from September of last year, when Apple first the app. After changing some of its App Store approval policies, Apple began accepting third-party GV apps this past September, but it was unclear as to why the official app hadn't made an appearance until now. In any case, it's here, it works, and it's a huge step forward for the App Store.

  • Market sees value in IT

    Premium-Inhalt. Until now, CIOs have been flying blind when it comes to empirical, comparable evidence of how the market views IT investments by publicly listed organisations. But new research changes that.

  • RIM PlayBook Interface Coming to BlackBerry Devices?

    Premium-Inhalt. New BlackBerrys will soon look and feel like BlackBerry's , co-CEO Jim Balsillie strongly suggested at the on Tuesday.

  • What is Dell's Inspiron Duo, and Does It Stand a Chance?

    Premium-Inhalt. The Dell Inspiron Duo tablet (or is it a netbook?) will be officially released November 23, , citing "industry sources familiar with the launch plans."

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