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  • Milliardenübernahme bei begehrten Mobilfunk-Chips

    Qualcomm kauft Atheros

    Eine milliardenschwere Übernahme mischt die Karten im boomenden Markt für Mobilfunk-Chips neu: Der US-Halbleiter-Konzern Qualcomm legt rund 3,1 Milliarden Dollar für den heimischen Wettbewerber Atheros Communications auf den Tisch. …mehr

  • Kampf um Smartphone-Thron spitzt sich zu

    iOS oder Android

    Eine Untersuchung der Marktforscher von Nielsen Research zeigt, dass der Kampf um die Führungsposition im US-Smartphone-Markt immer enger wird.  …mehr

  • Wo Wikipedia in die Irre führte

    Guttenberg, Seigenthaler, Microsoft

    Wenn die "Weisheit der Vielen" versagt, kann es zu peinlichen Pannen kommen. Einige Schnitzer im Überblick. …mehr

  • SAP setzt trotz Oracle-Debakel Charmeoffensive fort

    Neuanfang 2011

    Die bittere Niederlage in der Datenklau-Affäre gegen den Erzrivalen Oracle hat bei SAP tiefe Spuren hinterlassen.  …mehr

  • Update NoDo kommt im Februar, Mango folgt später

    Windows Phone 7

    Paul Thurott vom Blog Windows Phone Secrets behauptet, dass das erste größere Update für Windows Phone 7 bereits in dieser Woche an die Hersteller ausgeliefert wird. Nutzer von Windows Phones dürften es aber nicht vor Februar bekommen, so der Windows-Experte.  …mehr

  • Infineon einigt sich mit Ex-Vorstand Schumacher

    560.000 Euro jährlich ab 2018

    Der Halbleiterhersteller Infineon hat sich im jahrelangen Streit mit seinem Ex-Vorstandschef Ulrich Schumacher auf einen Vergleich geeinigt.  …mehr

  • Facebook legt sich neue Firmenzentrale zu

    Ex-Gelände von Sun in Melo Park

    Im Anschluss an die jüngste Kapitalspritze von 500 Millionen Dollar will sich das Internet-Unternehmen Facebook nach US-Medienberichten eine neue Firmenzentrale zulegen. …mehr

  • Samsung plant fast 30 Milliarden Euro an Investitionen

    25.000 neue Stellen

    Der führende südkoreanische Mischkonzern Samsung will die Investitionen in diesem Jahr auf die Rekordhöhe von 43,1 Billionen Won (etwa 28,9 Milliarden Euro) steigern.  …mehr

  • Asus dringt mit neuen Geräten in Apples iPad-Domäne vor

    CES

    Zum Auftakt der Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas hat der Elektronikhersteller Asus neue Geräte vorgestellt, die das iPad von Apple herausfordern. …mehr

  • Neue Chip-Familie von AMD erhält breite Unterstützung

    CES

    Der Chip-Designer AMD hat auf der Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Einzelheiten seiner neuen Chip-Familie "Fusion" präsentiert. …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber 2011 - Christoph Joos, MHP

    Perspektiven im Beratungshaus

    Vom 5. bis 19. Januar 2011 beantwortet Christoph Joos von der Unternehmensberatung MHP vor allem Fragen zu Karriereperspektiven in der Consulting-Branche.  …mehr

  • Worauf Berufseinsteiger achten sollten

    Direkteinstieg oder Traineeprogramm?

    Die Jobauswahl für IT-Absolventen ist wieder größer, die Wahl des richtigen Arbeitgebers dadurch aber nicht leichter geworden. Eine Personalexpertin verrät, worauf man beim ersten Job achten sollte.  …mehr

  • Viel Nachdenken über Cloud-Modelle - wenig Risikobereitschaft

    ERP-Vorhersagen für 2011

    Pünktlich zum Jahresende hat die Panorama Consulting Group ihre Prognosen für das kommende Jahr veröffentlicht. Das auf ERP spezialisierte amerikanische Marktforschungs- und Beratungsunternehmen nennt die wichtigsten Trends, die 2011 den ERP-Markt beeinflussen werden. Neben der vermehrten Bedeutung von Risk- und Change-Mangement werden vor allem die Themen Cloud Computing und SaaS das ERP-Umfeld prägen. …mehr

  • Warum Frauen weniger als Männer verdienen

    Nach der Elternzeit im Hintertreffen

    Die beste Qualifikation nützt den Frauen nichts, wenn sie nach der Geburt ihres Kindes zu lange zu Hause bleiben. Diesen Schluss legt ein aktueller Gehaltsvergleich nahe.  …mehr

  • Parrot bringt Android und Apps ins Autoradio

    CES 2011

    Nach der (buchstäblich) etwas abgehobenen AR Drone vom Vorjahr stellt der französische Hersteller Parrot auf der CES 2011 mit „Asteroid“ ein Autoradio auf Android-Basis vor.  …mehr

  • Kosten der doppelten Haushaltsführung

    Bundesfinanzhof schafft Klarheit

    Für die Anerkennung ist es keine zwingende Voraussetzung, dass der Arbeitnehmer sämtliche Kosten für die beiden Haushalte trägt.  …mehr

  • Ein B-to-B-Verbund für Europa - und die Welt

    Collaboration

    Das Irish Dairy Board eint Lieferanten und Abnehmer der Kerrygold-Produkte in einer Community, die alle notwendigen Funktionen einbindet. Das ergibt unter dem Strich weniger Kosten und mehr Durchschlagskraft. …mehr

  • Mit Doodle Termine über das Smartphone vereinbaren

    Die App des Tages

    Neben dem beliebten Web-Dienst ist Doodle auch für iPhone und Android erhältlich.  …mehr

  • Intel's Oak Trail appears in Motion Computing tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. Motion Computing on Tuesday showed off a Windows tablet with Intel's upcoming Oak Trail chip package, which is highly power efficient and has strong multimedia capabilities, a company executive said.

  • Sprint Will Sell a 4G-Friendly MiFi in February

    Premium-Inhalt. As 4G networks begin showing up in US cities, Novatel Wireless’s Wi-Fi mobile hotspot remains the hottest product in personal mobile networking. Verizon, Virgin Mobile and AT&T are already selling them, and Sprint joined the party today with the announcement of a 3G/4G MiFi of its own.

  • Alibre Design 2011 Personal Edition

    Premium-Inhalt. When I make stuff--regardless of the material I use--I start by creating a rough sketch of my idea using pencil and paper, and then I launch into the project, typically spending a great deal of time revising and fixing mistakes. In the future, however, I may try to design some projects in Alibre Design 2010 Personal Edition to save time and frustration on the back end. That is, if I can ever master this hobbyist-level CAD program.

  • RealPlayer Plus Makes Syncing Easy

    Premium-Inhalt. RealPlayer, the venerable (but ) multimedia playback software, is back. With the latest version of the software--it's number 14, but simply goes by the name RealPlayer--Real Networks has enhanced the player's mobile capabilities, smartly taking aim at Android, BlackBerry, and Nokia phones, which lack the native that Apple's iPhone and iPod enjoy with iTunes. I tested the Plus version of the app, and while it works as advertised, I'm not convinced it's worth the $40 premium (price as of January 4, 2011) that it commands over the .

  • Lenovo shows its first tablet, the LePad

    Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo has shown off its first tablet computer, the LePad, and will launch more tablets later this year in a bid to carve out some share in the emerging market dominated by Apple's iPad.

  • Qualcomm reportedly close to buying Atheros

    Premium-Inhalt. Wireless technology provider Qualcomm is in advanced talks to acquire Atheros Communications, a major vendor of Wi-Fi chips, according to news reports on Tuesday.

  • Hitachi-LG Data Storage Shows Off Hybrid Optical Drive

    Premium-Inhalt. Can optical drives get new life? That's the idea behind Hitachi-LG Data Storage's concept of hybrid optical drives. First shown at Computex last June, Hitachi-LG Data Storage was showing its hybrid optical drive in action at Storage Visions today.

  • Symantec Norton Utilities 15

    Premium-Inhalt. These days, the real question with paid optimization software such as Symantec's Norton Utilities 15 ($50 as of January 5, 2011) is not whether it works or how well it functions, but whether you actually need it. With the speed of today's PCs, and with advances in both Windows and its file systems, problems such as disk fragmentation simply aren't the concern they once were.

  • Overclock Your Smartphone, If You Dare

    Premium-Inhalt. WARNING: Overclocking is not for the faint of heart. Do not attempt to hack your phone unless you understand and accept the risks of turning it into a useless "brick."

  • Archos 5 Android Tablet, $245

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're intrigued by fancy tablets like the Apple iPad but don't want to lay out $500 and up, you might want to give the Archos 5 Internet Tablet a try. Our reviewers weren't exactly estatic about the device; read our (updated in September 2010) for details. However, if all you want is a basic computing device that can let you read e-mail, browse the Web, and enjoy your videos and MP3s, it might be just the ticket.

  • Remains of the Day: You're harshing my zen, man

    Premium-Inhalt. Things change pretty fast in this constantly connected world. But while Pink Floyd may have finally surrendered to the future of music and drug dealers may be distributing iPhone apps, at least we can take solace in the fact that Microsoft is still not funny. The remainders for Tuesday, January 4, 2011 advise you all to take a chill pill.

  • Rocstor Embraces USB 3.0 For New Hard Drives

    Premium-Inhalt. Storage company has added two new USB 3.0 devices to their product line up, just in time for CES 2011.

  • Edit Google Docs in Outlook With Harmon.ie

    Premium-Inhalt. Google and Microsoft get along about as well as do the Red Sox and the Yankees--that is to say, not at all. But that doesn't mean that you can't get some Microsoft apps working with some Google services.

  • CES 2011: Lenovo Announces IdeaCentre All-in-Ones

    Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo's IdeaCentre All-in-One desktops have been revamped for 2011, offering up a host of new features, and functionality. There's something for everyone here, with 3D displays, multitouch, TV tuners and new processors from AMD and Intel.

  • Microsoft Should Ditch 'Windows' Brand for TV Set-Top

    Premium-Inhalt. Rumor has it that Microsoft will launch a barebones version of Windows for TV set-top boxes at the in Las Vegas. Given Redmond's success in the home entertainment market--specifically the game console and motion-sensor add-on-it's apparent the company does know how to sell fun gadgetry to consumers, despite its reputation (in some circles) as a PC-centric fuddy-duddy.

  • Micron Introduces 512GB Solid-State Drive

    Premium-Inhalt. Micron Technology introduced its latest solid-state drive today, taking SSD capacity and performance to the next level. The RealSSD gets its first 25-nanometer NAND flash die-based drive; this .

  • Free Tools Consolidate Reward Cards, Share Files, More

    Premium-Inhalt. I just love it when I come across a I didn't know I had. Take Just One Club Card for example: Visit the site, enter barcode numbers for your reward cards, and get one big card that contains all the info. No more juggling cards! And since Drop.io closed down, I've been fishing for another good way to share huge files: Enter Crate. Finally, something that's maybe more fun than useful: AeroWeather changes your Windows desktop colors to reflect the weather conditions outside. Sound interesting? Read on for links and details.

  • CES 2011: Tech Giants Battle for Gadget Dominance

    Premium-Inhalt. Call it the desert showdown royal. This week at the 2011 in Las Vegas heavyweight tech firms will battle to out shine, out announce, and out buzz their competitors. This year's contenders include makers of mobile apps, devices, , s, and set-top boxes. Each will duke it out on the show floor.

  • New Lenovo Tablet Transforms Into a Windows 7 Laptop

    Premium-Inhalt. With a new, cool variation on the Android tablet game, Lenovo Tuesday announced a duo of devices that can act as both an Android tablet and a Windows 7 Laptop. Lenovo’s LePad Slate is a 10.1-inch Android tablet that, when locked into Lenovo’s Ideapad U1, transforms into a fully functional laptop running windows 7.

  • HTC EVO Shift vs. the Original EVO 4G

    Premium-Inhalt. Grab a cigar, gang: Sprint's HTC EVO 4G officially has a new sibling.

  • Asus Unveils Three Tablets and a Slate

    Premium-Inhalt. At today, announced three new Android tablets and a Windows 7 based slate PC. The tablets, all Android-based, go by the moniker "Eee Pad" while the Windows 7 device is called an "Eee Slate." Each one offers some unique features, from stylus input options to sliding keyboards or docking stations. Unfortunately, we don't yet have exact shipping dates or prices for the Android tablets, and the Eee Slate looks to be fairly pricey.

  • Lite-On IHAS524-T98: Multiformat Disc Burner Etches Labels

    Premium-Inhalt. Labeling optical media has always been a sticky proposition: Printed labels throw discs out of balance and sometimes ruin the media; using a pen looks sloppy; and you can't use or LabelFlash to etch a label into the top of a disc unless you use specially coated (and pricier) media. Enter Lite-On's LabelTag-capable IHAS524-T98 ($40, price as of January 5, 2011), an internal multiformat DVD burner that creates labels on the data side of any recordable CD or DVD.

  • Worm Planted in Fake Microsoft Security Update

    Premium-Inhalt. It's Tuesday, time for more security patches from Microsoft right? Not quite. It seems the malware crowd is exploiting Microsoft's routine of releasing fixes on Tuesdays and sending out fake security emails bent on infecting their targets with a worm.

  • Finallyfast.com maker to refund thousands in spyware case

    Premium-Inhalt. The company whose promised to "make your computer run fast the way it's supposed to," will pay tens of thousands of dollars in fines and refunds to settle charges that it engaged in deceptive advertising.

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