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  • Telekom darf diese nicht kassieren

    Bundesnetzagentur warnt vor Gewinnspiel-Rechnungen

    Nach Beschwerden über Werbeanrufe für Gewinnspiele - mit teuren Folgen - hat die Bundesnetzagentur nun die Konsumenten gestärkt: Die Telekom darf entsprechende Gebühren nicht mehr über die Telefonrechnung verlangen.  …mehr

  • Apple Tablet kommt in drei Versionen

    Update zu Gerüchten um iPad 2

    Das Branchenportal Digitimes will erfahren haben, dass Apple das iPad 2 in drei Ausstattungsvarianten auf den Markt bringen wird: mit WLAN, mit WLAN und UMTS sowie mit WLAN und CDMA.  …mehr

  • Micro-USB macht es möglich

    Universal-Ladegerät für Handys

    Das neue Jahr beginnt mit einer guten Nachricht für Handynutzer: Die langersehnten Universal-Ladergeräte kommen.  …mehr

  • SAP soll für Oracle-Datenklau noch härter büßen

    16,5 Millionen Dollar Zinsen werden fällig

    Oakland/Walldorf (dpa) - Der Softwarekonzern SAP wird für den Klau von Daten des US-Erzrivalen Oracle gleich mehrfach zur Kasse gebeten.  …mehr

  • Sind Bezahl-Apps für Android Ladenhüter?

    Angry-Bird-Macher kritisieren

    Spielemacher sieht keine Zukunft für kostenpflichtige Android-Apps. …mehr

  • Nur ein Desire HD mit LTE?

    HTC Thunderbolt

    Das Android-Fanblog Droidlife hat Produktbilder des erst gestern als HTC Thunderbolt identifizierten 4G-Smartphones für den US-Netzbetreiber Verizon veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Gigahertz-CPU und Grafikprozessor

    Sony Ericsson X10-Mini-Nachfolger

    In einem chinesischen Forum wurde ein unbekanntes Android-Smartphone von Sony Ericsson gesichtet. Es könnte sich um den Nachfolger der Handy-Zwerge X10 Mini und Mini Pro handeln.  …mehr

  • Was 2011 wirklich out ist

    Die Kulturrevolution durch iPhone und Co.

    Postkarten, Papierfotos, das Festnetztelefon oder Freunde aus Fleisch und Blut: Vieles scheint allmählich aus unserem Leben zu verschwinden. Zehn (angeblich) unmoderne Dinge und Phänomene.  …mehr

  • User-Daten an Werbenetze weitergegeben

    Klage gegen Apple und App-Entwickler

    Apple und einige App-Hersteller sind vor einem nordkalifornischen Gericht  verklagt worden. Ihnen wird vorgeworfen, Nutzerinformationen an Werbenetzwerke weitergegeben zu haben.  …mehr

  • Google soll sich Einnahmen mit Verlagen teilen

    Internet fängt laut Zeitungsverleger Verluste nicht auf

    Das Internet wird auch im Jahr 2011 die sinkenden Einnahmen der gedruckten Zeitungen nicht ausgleichen können.  …mehr

  • Motorola-Übernahme erst Anfang 2011

    Nokia Siemens Networks

    Nokia Siemens Networks muss wegen Verzögerungen beim Genehmigungsverfahren in China auf den Abschluss der angekündigten Übernahme von Motorolas Netzwerkgeschäft warten.  …mehr

  • Neulich in ... Alicante

    Bloß keine Butterbrote

    Die spanische Costa Blanca lockt auch IT-Freiberufler an. Arrangieren muss man sich nur mit längeren Mittagspausen.  …mehr

  • Evga Geforce GTS 450 FPB im Test

    Billige Grafikkarte

    Die Grafikkarte Evga Geforce GTS 450 FPB ist bereits ab 100 Euro zu haben. Der Test prüft, wie viel Multimedia- und Spiele-Leistung Sie dafür bekommen.  …mehr

  • Acht Wege, ein Projekt gegen die Wand zu fahren

    Ratgeber Projekt-Management

    Wenn IT-Projekte scheitern, liegt das oft an ähnlichen Faktoren. Dabei ließen sich die Stolpersteine leicht umgehen. …mehr

  • Das Wichtigste zur "Cookie-Richtlinie"

    Mehr Transparenz und Sicherheit für Verbraucher

    Worauf sich Unternehmen einstellen sollten, um mögliche Schwierigkeiten zu vermeiden, sagt Dr. Sebastian Kraska.  …mehr

  • SAP soll das Apple für Business-Software werden

    Jim Hagemann Snabe

    Über das Verhältnis zu den Kunden und die künftige Geschäftsausrichtung sprach SAP-Co-Vorstandssprecher Jim Hagemann Snabe mit CIO-Redakteurin Riem Sarsam und CW-Redakteur Martin Bayer.  …mehr

  • Installing Snow Leopard: What you need to know

    Premium-Inhalt. With , Apple has streamlined and simplified the process of installing Mac OS X. While older versions of OS X made you decide what kind of installation you wanted to perform before you even specified what to install, Snow Leopard's installer gives you a single installation path. It's considerably easier.

  • New to the Mac? Get Macworld's New to Mac newsletter

    Premium-Inhalt. New to the Mac? Welcome to the Mac world. Things probably look a little strange around here. There's no Start menu down at the bottom of the screen. Menus stay up at the top no matter which application you're using. And those green, yellow, and red buttons in window corners don't do exactly the same things they did on your old PC.

  • Word Lens for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Sometimes, apps come along whose core functionality seems so magical that you feel simply obligated to try them. , a free-with-an-asterisk app from , falls precisely in that category. You point your iPhone's camera at words in one language, and see an instantaneous live preview that digitally replaces the text with its translation.

  • EMC's Cloud culture

    Premium-Inhalt. Like many companies, EMC looked to the Cloud as a means to address growth, reduce costs, and manage a data centre that was rapidly approaching 100 per cent utilisation.

  • Nokia Siemens deal for Motorola unit delayed

    Premium-Inhalt. Nokia Siemens Networks' US$1.2 billion acquisition of Motorola's cellular networks business has been delayed pending a review from Chinese government regulators.

  • Nintendo World 2011 3DS games lineup revealed

    Premium-Inhalt. Gaming giant Nintendo Japan just listed over 30 Nintendo 3DS apps and games the public will have a chance to test drive when Nintendo World 2011 gets underway in Tokyo next month.

  • Mobile benefits outweigh the risks: Westpac CTO

    Premium-Inhalt. The new paradigm of mobile banking carries with it inherent risks, but there's no reason for consumers to be less confident about the security of their data if the right safeguards are in place, says the chief technology officer (CTO) of Sydney-based Westpac bank.

  • Quickly Create Slide Shows With DVD PixPlay

    Premium-Inhalt. Xequte Software's inexpensive isn't always appealing to look at, but it sure is easy to use. DVD PixPlay walks you through the slide show creation process, allowing you to create and share a full-featured slide show in just five steps.

  • Skype blames buggy Windows software, swamped servers for outage

    Premium-Inhalt. Skype today blamed last week's outage on a combination of overloaded instant messaging servers, buggy software, and the failure of its "supernode" infrastructure.

  • Charges filed in high-tech insider trading case

    Premium-Inhalt. Federal authorities have charged a California woman with securities fraud for allegedly passing detailed financial information on Nvidia and Marvell Technologies to portfolio managers at two hedge funds.

  • Computer History Museum to highlight storage

    Premium-Inhalt. Hard disk drives sure have come a long way, baby.

  • Lego Pinhole Camera Comes Fully Automated

    Premium-Inhalt. There are few DIY building materials as great as Lego. There are few DIY projects as great as pinhole cameras. So if you can manage to merge the two into one project, well, you my friend deserve an award. One industrious DIYer not only built a pinhole camera out of Lego, this person .

  • Make the IE Favorites Bar Show Full Titles

    Premium-Inhalt. Everyone has a different way of managing their Web favorites--the sites they visit regularly. My method of choice is the Favorites Bar, which spans the top of the browser and puts my most-visited sites a single click away.

  • Apple's smart move: Buy Netflix, says analyst

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's TV and movie rental business is already a tenth that of Netflix's, according to estimates by an industry analyst.

  • Top 10 Smart Grid Blog Posts of 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. Yesterday I compiled a list of the most popular clean energy blog posts of 2010 in the IDC Energy Insights community. Today it's time to do the same for our smart grid blog. As with the clean energy blog, I do this partially because it's expected, partially because it's fun and partially because we can infer which topics were the most important to our followers.

  • PSP, Pokemon dominate Japan in 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. According to data compiled by ASCII Corporation, Pokemon Black Version and Pokemon White Version for DS and the PSP were the best selling software and hardware in Japan this year.

  • Make Your Own Flash Code With Wonderfl

    Premium-Inhalt. Have you ever wanted to build, share, and use awesome Flash creations? The Website lets you do just that (and unless you speak Japanese, then you may want to check out the fully ). After a substantially long period of drooling in front of my monitors, I found a couple awesome Flash scripts that you need to check out. If you're sitting at home bored out of your mind, then Wonderfl is definitely a site to check out.

  • Nintendo reveals Nintendo World 2011 lineup

    Premium-Inhalt. Nintendo of Japan reveals 31 Nintendo 3DS titles available for viewing by the general public next month at Nintendo World 2011 in Tokyo, Japan.

  • Putting the band into GarageBand

    Premium-Inhalt. One may be the loneliest number, but that's how most people use GarageBand--sitting alone in front of their Mac, playing along with loops and building songs track by track. And while this method works well for solo artists, it can be time-consuming when working with a band.

  • 1000-Core Processor Eats Quad-Core CPUs For Lunch

    Premium-Inhalt. Late last year, we covered an on a single chip. That sounds impressive, but a new prototype makes this looks like child's play.

  • Raskulls released on Xbox Live Arcade

    Premium-Inhalt. Halfbrick Studios releases its newest title, Raskulls, on Xbox Live Arcade today. Halfbrick is known better for creating games on iPhone and PSP.

  • Dead Rising 2 Case West released on XBLA

    Premium-Inhalt. Capcom's stand-alone adventure starring Dead Rising 1 protagonist Frank West and Dead Rising 2 star Chuck Greene releases on Xbox Live Arcade today.

  • Bejeweled 3 for Mac

    Premium-Inhalt. Classic puzzle game Bejeweled gets a makeover in PopCap's newest version of the game, Bejeweled 3. The original game, which was released in 2001, was also followed up by Bejeweled 2, Bejeweled Twist, and Bejeweled Blitz. This latest addition to the casual series brings fresh graphics, sounds, and all new modes of play.

  • Nintendo 3DS: Not for Kids

    Premium-Inhalt. If you plan on purchasing a to pacify your toddler on long car-trips, think again--Nintendo says the handheld console should not be used by children under six.

  • Paul Allen revises patent suit, targets Android, Apple iTunes

    Premium-Inhalt. Billionaire Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen yesterday filed a last-minute revision of a patent infringement lawsuit against 11 technology companies to include detailed claims that targeted Google's Android operating system, Apple's iTunes and App Store and Facebook's "Like" feature.

  • Will Apple Build 65 Million iPads in 2011?

    Premium-Inhalt. Analysts and researchers are coming out with some crazy predictions about iPad shipments in 2011. Today's outrageous number comes from market analysts at DigiTimes Research predicting Apple will order 65 million iPad screens from its suppliers -- LG Display, Samsung and Chimei Innolux -- by the end of 2011. DigiTimes Research's projections are based on its report that iPad screen shipments for November reached 2.7 million -- 1.5 million from LG, 1.2 million from Samsung.

  • 3D TV Going Mobile at CES 2011 Courtesy of LG

    Premium-Inhalt. Viewing 3D TV while out and about is just one of the technological treats that 2011 may have in store. LG is expected to announce a new Mobile Digital TV (MDTV) at CES 2011. While that by itself isn't too impressive, the new models are expected to support 3D video playback.

  • True Love vs Six Days

    Premium-Inhalt. A developer made a game about her grandparents' 70-year marriage using actual documentary techniques. It's a game you'll probably never play -- but here's why it's important, anyway.

  • Microsoft Office 365 beta: Useful, frustrating

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft Office 365, a suite of business-focused, cloud-based applications that was , is actually a repackaging and updating of various offerings -- optimized for the . The intent is to give small businesses the kind of benefits that up until now only large companies have been able to get from services such as Exchange and SharePoint.

  • EU one step closer to global standard mobile-phone charger

    Premium-Inhalt. The days of e-mailing the whole office to ask if anyone has a mobile-phone charger that fits your phone are numbered, as European standardization bodies on Wednesday released harmonized standards for a common charger.

  • Skype post-mortem explains service outage

    Premium-Inhalt. Skype's CIO Lars Rabbe on Wednesday offered a frank assessment of the recent 24-hour lapse in its Internet telephony service, in a that also laid out what the company is now doing to make its network more robust.

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