Der koreanische Elektronikkonzern Samsung packt weitere Geschütze gegen den US-Konkurrenten Apple aus. Mit einem neuen Mediaplayer erweitert der Hersteller seine erfolgreiche Gerätereihe unter dem Namen "Galaxy" und bietet offenbar schon in wenigen Tagen ein weiteres Fabrikat, das mit dem iPod Touch ein Pendant unter den Apple-Produkten hat. …mehr
Einer Übernahme der Serbischen Telekom durch die Deutsche Telekom könnte laut einem Bericht der "Financial Times Deutschland" ein teurer Bieterkampf im Weg stehen. Außer dem deutschen Marktführer interessierten sich mehrere Milliardäre sowie andere Konzerne für die Telekom Srbjia. …mehr
Premium-Inhalt. A hacking group known as fail0verflow is claiming to have engineered the most powerful hack of the PlayStation 3 to date, stating that they have access to the private software keys Sony uses for the system to execute programs, including games and operating systems.
Premium-Inhalt. It looks like 2010 was indeed the year that exploded.
Premium-Inhalt. Domain names using North Korea's dot-kp top-level domain could soon be returning to the Internet after being offline for months.
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Premium-Inhalt. Coffee first and then a quick hello to my team members. In the morning I generally try to focus my efforts on strategic issues and delegate operations. Stepping back and taking a look at the bigger picture can be challenging sometimes and I find making the conscious effort first thing in the morning really helps to focus my thinking. When I am not in a meeting, I have an open door policy so I spend a lot of time meeting one-on-one with people on an ad-hoc basis addressing issues or defining opportunities.
Premium-Inhalt. Google is gunning to compete against Apple, Amazon and Barnes & Noble to offer the top electronic , according to reports. Google is reportedly in talks with publishers such as Time, Condé Nast and Hearst to offer magazine subscriptions for Android devices. To entice publishers, Google is reportedly willing to take a smaller cut from publishers than Apple's typical 30 percent from iPhone and iPad applications. Google will also hand over more subscriber information to publishers than Apple currently does, according to .
Premium-Inhalt. WASHINGTON -- NASA has signed a $2.5 billion, 10-year outsourcing contract with Hewlett-Packard, to meet it desktop, mobile and other computing needs.
Premium-Inhalt. A dispute that has emerged between the Apache Software Foundation and a corporate participant over the Subversion software version control system actually puts the two parties on the same side of the argument.
Premium-Inhalt. If your idea of mobile computing includes going places where there are no wall outlets, QuickerTek can keep your MacBook charged with its , now upgraded for use with the new MacBook Airs.
Premium-Inhalt. It seems Facebook, the social network personally endorsed by God, is now worth more than eBay, Yahoo, and Time Warner -- all without selling a single share to Joe or Jane Public. The reason: Wall Street uber-bank Goldman Sachs, which just pumped another $450 million in venture capital into Facebook, leading to a valuation estimated at a .
Premium-Inhalt. Audio vendor is using this week's to unveil new speaker systems and radio alarm clocks that feature support for the iPhone and iPad at their core.
Premium-Inhalt. Google and Apple, among others, are creating technologies to bring online and on-demand video content to TVs and other devices for mass consumption, so it should come as no surprise that Cisco Systems, the king of networking, is entering the game.
Premium-Inhalt. Although Apple's share of the U.S. smartphone market remains slightly ahead of Google's, more buyers in the last six months picked a device powered by the latter's Android OS, Nielsen said today.
Premium-Inhalt. The Storm/Waldec botnet may be behind a new spam campaign that was recently launched to kick off 2011. According to researchers with Shadowserver Foundation, the campaign is designed to look like a New Year's-themed e-card. Users receive a message that says "Charley has created a New Year e-card. To view this page please click here." The user is then directed to a server that asks them to download a Flash player, which in turn installs malware onto the user's machine.
Premium-Inhalt. We hear tales of deception on Facebook every day— typically involving criminals who fool unsuspecting users into giving up sensitive information. But a savvy service station manager in Massachusetts recently used the social network to catch a criminal instead.