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  • LTE-Smartphone mit Skype-Integration vorgestellt

    HTC Thunderbolt

    HTC und der US-Netzbetreiber Verizon haben auf der CES das HTC Thunderbolt (Blitzstrahl) vorgestellt, die US-Variante des Android-Boliden Desire HD. …mehr

  • Greenpeace kürt "grünste" Elektronikprodukte

    CES

    Greenpeace hat anlässlich der Elektronikmesse CES die dritte Auflage der Studie "Towards Green Electronics" veröffentlicht. Darin kürt die Umweltschutzorganisation die "grünsten" Produkte 18 teilnehmender Hersteller in sieben Kategorien von Smartphones über Fernseher bis hin zu Netbooks.  …mehr

  • Intel startet neue Chip-Generation

    Hollywood-Allianz

    Der weltgrößte Chiphersteller Intel hat eine neue Generation seiner "Intel Core"-Mikroprozessoren ("Sandy Bridge") vorgestellt, die besonders auf die schnelle und sichere Verarbeitung von Videosignalen ausgelegt ist. …mehr

  • Motorola und Asus stellen erste Tablets mit Android 3.0 vor

    CES

    Motorola und Asus haben am Mittwoch erste Tablet-Computer mit dem neuem Android-Betriebssystem 3.0 "Honeycomb" (Honigwabe) von Google vorgestellt.  …mehr

  • Lenovo setzt auf Hybrid-Rechner

    CES

    Die neue Geräteklasse der Tablet-PCs wird sich nach Einschätzung des chinesischen Computer-Herstellers Lenovo sehr bald erfolgreich im Markt etablieren.  …mehr

  • Facebook lässt auf Börsengang 2012 hoffen

    Geheime Gelder

    Das weltgrößte Online-Netzwerk Facebook nimmt Kurs Richtung Börse. Entweder, so zitieren US-Medien am späten Donnerstag aus Unterlagen für Investoren, wird Facebook im kommenden Jahr seine bislang geheimen Finanzen offenlegen. …mehr

  • Telefonica investiert rund 700 Millionen Dollar in Chile

    Breitbandausbau

    Die spanische Telekomgesellschaft Telefonica will ihr Geschäft in Chile ausweiten und dafür in diesem Jahr rund 700 Millionen US-Dollar vor Ort investieren.  …mehr

  • Audi stellt 'vernetztes Auto' vor

    CES

    Audi hat auf der weltgrößten Elektronikmesse CES International 2011 seine Vision eines Autos im Internet-Zeitalter vorgestellt. "Das Automobil der Zukunft wird vernetzt sein - mit dem Umfeld, mit der Verkehrsinfrastruktur und mit der Welt des Internet", sagte Rupert Stadler, Vorstandsvorsitzender der Audi AG, in Las Vegas. …mehr

  • Deutscher Markt für Unterhaltungselektronik schrumpft

    1,7 Prozent Umsatzrückgang

    Trotz der wirtschaftlichen Erholung wird der deutsche Markt für Unterhaltungselektronik 2011 leicht schrumpfen. Der Umsatz sinke um 1,7 Prozent auf 12,5 Milliarden Euro, heißt es in einer Prognose des IT-Branchenverbandes Bitkom.  …mehr

  • Gadget-Parade mit iPhone-Blutdruckmesser und Peer-to-Peer-Handy-App

    CES

    Anlässlich der CES 2011 gibt es wie jedes Jahr neben den Neuheiten diverser Großkonzerne auch diverse Gadgets zu bewundern.  …mehr

  • Elektronikmesse wird zum Mediengipfel

    CES

    Der US-Sportsender ESPN nutzt die diesjährige CES in Las Vegas, um sein neues 3D-TV-Programm vorzustellen und ist damit nur ein Beispiel dafür, dass die Elektronikmesse auch für Medienunternehmen immer mehr an Bedeutung gewinnt.  …mehr

  • Chinesen klonen iPhone-Hype

    Meizu M9

    Pünktlich zum neuen Jahr hat das chinesische Unternehmen Meizu - bekannt geworden durch den iPhone-Klon Meizu M8 - den Verkauf seines neuen Modells Meizu M9 gestartet. Und obwohl es das iPhone mittlerweile auch in China zu kaufen gibt, erlebte das Unternehmen einen Andrang, der an Hype des Apple-Handys erinnert.  …mehr

  • Neue Hinweise auf iPad-2-Design entdeckt

    iPad 2

    Dass Apple an einem Nachfolger des iPad arbeitet, ist klar - mit welchen technischen Neuerungen er kommt, ist aber nur Spekulation. Einige Gerüchte sind aber sehr wahrscheinlich.  …mehr

  • Vidyo demonstriert Mobile-to-Mobile-Video-Conferencing

    CES 2011

    Um aufzuzeigen, dass das Thema Video-Konferenzen nicht nur auf teueren Telepresence-Systeme und -Räume beschränkt ist, verbindet der Hersteller in einer Live-Demo sechs verschiedene mobile Devices über WLAN und 3G/4G mit seiner VidyoConferencing-Plattform. …mehr

  • Visitenkarten mit Blackberry, Windows-Phone oder iPhone scannen

    Die App des Tages

    Der "Business Card Reader" von SHAPE Services macht dem mühsamen Eintippen von Namen, Telefonnummern oder Mail-Adressen von Visitenkarten ein Ende.  …mehr

  • Der Desktop als Meeting-Room

    Test Videokonferenzsystem Lifesize Passport

    Mit dem "Passport"-System hat die Logitech-Tochter Lifesize ein bezahlbares Konferenzprodukt im Programm, das mit HD-Video-Darstellung punkten kann.  …mehr

  • Sind IT-Selbständige steuerlich Freiberufler?

    Oberstes Finanzgericht zieht Grenzen neu

    Dr. Benno Grunewald berichtet über die Erfahrungen mit den Urteilen zum Tätigkeitsbereich von Informatik-Ingeieuren.  …mehr

  • Mittlere Manager schieben oft Frust

    Zu wenig Zeit zu denken

    Überlastung im Tagesgeschäft hindert operative Führungskräfte daran, neue Ideen zu entwickeln. Sie vermissen eine innovative Arbeitsatmosphäre.  …mehr

  • Report: Verizon iPhone to come next week

    Premium-Inhalt. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Verizon Wireless plans to announce on Tuesday that it will start offering the Apple iPhone.

  • Will a Verizon iPhone be announced next Tuesday?

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple is blacking out employee vacation dates in early February, and Verizon is inviting media to New York City next Tuesday for "the latest Verizon news." So, iPhone lovers, you know what that means.

  • Wall Street Beat: IT spending forecast to rise in 2011

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite ongoing worries about the strength of the U.S. recovery, sovereign debt in Europe and inflation in various parts of the world, global IT spending is due to increase this year, according to Forrester Research and Gartner.

  • Is the Microsoft-Intel marriage finally over?

    Premium-Inhalt. Cringely here, reporting from CES in Vegas, where rude beasts walk the earth (at least, the ones that don't crawl or slither), impeded in their forward progress only by hip-deep mounds of . Everyone appears to be tapping, swiping, and gesturing on some kind of sleek black touch-sensitive device, when they're not squinting at blurry 3D screens waiting for their turn with the polarized glasses.

  • Iomega reveals SuperHero Charger and Iomega TV with Boxee

    Premium-Inhalt. In the midst of the CES trade show this week, announced two products that the company hopes will rise above the din on the crowded Las Vegas show floor. On Thursday, the digital storage and content management manufacturer announced the release of two new products: the and the Iomega TV with Boxee.

  • Samsung sees best sales ever in Q4 but profit may disappoint

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Electronics, the world's largest memory chip and LCD panel maker, said its sales will likely reach a new all-time high in the fourth quarter, but its operating profit will fall substantially compared to the third quarter.

  • Apple Mac App Store has piracy vulnerability

    Premium-Inhalt. Careless coding and a lax review process by could make it pretty simple to steal certain select from the brand new that launched yesterday. 

  • Emptoris buys TEM vendor Rivermine

    Premium-Inhalt. Emptoris, a company that specializes in reducing procurement and contracting expenses, formally purchased telecom expense management vendor this week.

  • Apple’s Steve Jobs sticks with $1 salary while COO Cook nets $59.1 million

    Premium-Inhalt. CEO Steve Jobs took his customary $1 salary in Apple's 2010 fiscal year, which ended Sept. 25, according to documents filed today with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • What BlackBerry Admins Need to Know About the PlayBook

    Premium-Inhalt. The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is underway in Las Vegas, and Research In Motion's (RIM) upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook tablet PC is without a doubt one of the stars of show. That's largely due to the fact that RIM has never before allowed the public to handle the much-hyped tablet, though it has to a variety of BlackBerry developers, analysts, media and other industry insiders; CES is the first place that gadget geeks got to go "hands-on" with the PlayBook.

  • HyperMac adds external power options for MacBooks

    Premium-Inhalt. MacBook and MacBook Pro owners looking for extra juice on long-haul trips away from the convenience of electrical outlets have two new options from Sanho, makers of the  series of Apple accessories.

  • 'Installed' apps, the Mac App Store, and you

    Premium-Inhalt. If you've spent some time browsing the aisles of the new , you've probably come across software marked as "Installed"--despite the fact that you didn't purchase it from the store. It's one of the most confusing aspects of the Mac App Store, and one on which Macworld has fielded a lot of .

  • White House officials push online trusted IDs

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Department of Commerce will launch an office focused on promoting online trusted identity technologies, although much of the effort will be driven by private vendors, officials with President Barack Obama's administration said Friday.

  • News about Samsung Honeycomb tablets to come next month

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung hinted that it may make announcements about a phone running a dual-core processor, new tablets including some running Honeycomb and new Windows Phone 7 models at Mobile World Congress in February.

  • Lady Gaga unveils Polaroid sunglasses camera, printer

    Premium-Inhalt. Almost a year to the day since Polaroid said it was signing on Lady Gaga as its creative director, the popular singer unveiled on Thursday the fruits of her labor at the imaging company.

  • Verizon unveils 10 mobile devices with LTE built-in

    Premium-Inhalt. Verizon Wireless today at unveiled 10 mobile devices, all of which will have built-in support for the carrier’s burgeoning LTE 4G wireless network.

  • The 5 coolest things to come out of CES

    Premium-Inhalt. Anyone who's attended tech conventions over the past five years has heard plenty about wireless networks, but this year the hype has become a reality.

  • Sprint launches third WiMax phone, HTC Evo Shift 4G

    Premium-Inhalt. LAS VEGAS -- Sprint announced its third 4G WiMax smartphone on Thursday , the HTC Evo Shift 4G, which will sell for $149.99, the lowest price for a 4G device.

  • Downloads to Recover Your Files and Save Your Bacon

    Premium-Inhalt. Losing important files--whether they're business documents, precious photos, or even favorite videos or songs--is certainly distressing. The data isn't necessarily gone forever, though. Whether you've deleted files accidentally or lost your entire drive to a crash or a disaster, you can try to retrieve the data with help from the following utilities.

  • Sprint plans WiMax RIM PlayBook

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint Nextel will sell a WiMax version of the Research In Motion PlayBook tablet beginning this summer, the companies announced on Thursday at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

  • OLPC cuts price of XO 1.75 laptop to $165, power by half

    Premium-Inhalt. One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) showed off the next version of its famous laptops on Thursday at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, saying the new price-per laptop has been reduced to US$165 each and power consumption has been slashed by half compared to the previous version.

  • Remains of the Day: For the love of...

    Premium-Inhalt. The secret behind The Beatles’ triumphant appearance on iTunes is revealed, Apple shoots down claims that it’s changing up its executive roster, and pirates take a stand on…”principles.” The remainders for Thursday, January 6, 2010 are better late than never.

  • Shadow Guardian for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Run, jump, climb, shoot, and duck for cover. With by , the iOS finally gets a vibrant, full, swashbuckling-fun action-adventure game. You play as Jason Call, and the fate of the world rests upon your shoulders. Mercenaries battle you for control of an ancient relic, the Prima Materia in this third person action title. Drawing inspiration from the Uncharted and Tomb Raider series, Shadow Guardian is a moderately successful attempt to bring treasure hunting action to the iOS platform.

  • EMC testing engineer stole nearly $1M of equipment

    Premium-Inhalt. A former EMC testing engineer has pleaded guilty to charges that he stole about US$930,000 worth of equipment from the company's Apex, North Carolina, plant.

  • Western Digital announces Scorpio Black Notebook Drive

    Premium-Inhalt. For those using laptop computers for creative work, gaming, and other high storage capacity functions, has a fix that the company boasts will bump up a notebook’s speed, storage, power, and damage prevention. On Wednesday, Western Digital announced that the latest hard drive in its Black series is ready and shipping. The WD Scorpio Black is a 2.5-inch SATA hard drive that the company boasts will improve a notebook's performance so dramatically, it will be competitive with desktop computers. Available in 160, 250, 320, 500 and 720GB capacities with a 7200 rpm spin speed and 16MB cache, Western Digital claims the Scorpio Black is one of the fastest drives on the market.

  • The Mac App Store: What you need to know

    Premium-Inhalt. The may sport a familiar, iTunes-like face. But there’s still plenty to discover with Apple’s new source for buying Mac software.

  • The Mac App Store and gaming

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple has finally taken its ultra-popular App Store to its oldest product line--computers. Read on for the first details to see whether the company can finally make its mark on gaming outside of the portable realm.

  • Victorinox Pairs Solid-State Drive With Swiss Army Knife

    Premium-Inhalt. Victorinox is unfolding a trio of Swiss Army knives that include --including what it calls the world's smallest .

  • Department of Human Services finalises hosting consolidation

    Premium-Inhalt. The Department of Human Services (DHS) has virtualised its internet hosting environment as a means of reducing hosting costs as well as improving business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities.

  • Active@ File Recovery: Reliable, Affordable, but Windows Only

    Premium-Inhalt. is one of the more effective and affordable sector-based file recovery utilities on the market. At only about $35, it's considerably cheaper than, though it lacks that product's support for non-Windows file systems. However, like R-Studio, it will deal with RAID volumes.

  • Mac App Store gives gamers plenty of options

    Premium-Inhalt. Thursday’s launch of the Mac App Store not only opens a . It also marks a big step forward for Mac gaming.

  • Feral Interactive offers download services for Mac games

    Premium-Inhalt. Mac game developer announced Wednesday that a selection of its titles are now available for online purchase and download. Through , , and , users can download some of Feral's most popular titles.

  • Android Honeycomb: A Detailed Tour of Google's Tablet OS

    Premium-Inhalt. Google's Android operating system is about to get a lot bigger -- literally.

  • Broadcom Joins the Linux Foundation

    Premium-Inhalt. It was exciting news back in September when Broadcom , the fully open and Linux-compatible driver for several of its 802.11n wireless chipsets. Now, however, it looks like the company will soon make what promises to be an even bigger announcement.

  • What's New With Samsung's Smart TV

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung has beefed up its connected TV platform considerably as it faces threats from Google, Roku and its fellow television vendors.

  • Breffo's Spider PodiumTablet Holds Any Slate

    Premium-Inhalt. Tablet and smartphone stands are a dime a dozen at CES, but Breffo's Spider PodiumTablet is one that I'd actually consider buying.

  • Joystick-It, an analog joystick for iPad gamers

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPad’s 9.7-inch display is ideal for most games, but its lack of physical controls can be a buzzkill for more traditional gamers. The folks at are here to save the day with their latest invention, the , an analog-style, physical joystick for the iPad.

  • Get a Free Book of Windows 7 Shortcuts

    Premium-Inhalt. Regular Hassle-Free PC readers know of my fondness for keyboard shortcuts, which can really save time (and cut down on accidental mouse-clicks in the wrong spot, a problem that plagues every user from time to time).

  • Twitter for Mac demonstrates iOS-ificiation

    Premium-Inhalt. Tweetie for Mac was in the Loren Brichter-created Twitter app triumvirate. Tweetie on the iPhone became Tweetie 2, and then morphed into . And it’s excellent. received some sharp criticisms when it arrived, but it too has evolved into greatness.

  • CES Laptop Rush: Scores of New Models, Few New Designs

    Premium-Inhalt. There is certainly no shortage of new laptops announced at CES this year. In an unusual turn, both Intel and AMD have hot new laptop processors ready to ship, and the manufacturers are scrambling to incorporate them into their product lines.

  • BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet: A Video Look

    Premium-Inhalt. Tablet PCs are all the rage at this year's in Las Vegas, and BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) is currently demonstrating one of the most-anticipated tablets at the event: The seven-inch BlackBerry PlayBook.

  • 4G a War of Tech and Words at CES 2011

    Premium-Inhalt. There's definitely a war of words going on around 4G here at CES. T-Mobile just said that will increase its top download speeds to 42 megabits per second from its present 21 mbps download speeds.

  • Sennheiser, dB Logic unveil new headphones, accessories

    Premium-Inhalt. No surprise: the continues to be an Apple-loving audiophile’s dream.

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