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  • Firefox und Chrome sollen besser vor Schnüffel-Werbung schützen

    Tracking Cookies

    Die Browser Firefox und Chrome sollen ihren Nutzern künftig mehr Schutz gegen das Ausspähen ihrer Aktivitäten im Netz für gezielte Werbung bieten. …mehr

  • Rückschlag für Kodak in Patentstreit mit Apple und RIM

    Vorentscheidung

    Der Fotospezialist Kodak hat in seinem Patentstreit mit dem iPhone-Hersteller Apple und dem Blackberry-Anbieter Research in Motion (RIM) einen Rückschlag erlitten. …mehr

  • Facebook drängt Spieleentwickler in eigene Währung

    Credits

    Facebook will am wachsenden Markt der Online-Spiele in seinem Netzwerk kräftig mitverdienen. …mehr

  • EMC mit Gewinnsprung im vierten Quartal

    Erwartungen übertroffen

    Der amerikanische Datenspeicherspezialist EMC hat mit einem fulminanten Schlussspurt im vierten Quartal die Markterwartungen übertroffen. …mehr

  • Google will mehrere hundert Stellen in Deutschland schaffen

    Eric Schmidt in München

    Google will in diesem Jahr massiv in Deutschland investieren. Der scheidende Vorstandschef Eric Schmidt sagte am Dienstag in München, das Internet-Unternehmen werde in diesem Jahr mehr als 1.000 neue Stellen in Europa schaffen, darunter mehrere hundert im Forschungs- und Entwicklungszentrum in München.  …mehr

  • Geschäft mit Software zieht in Deutschland wieder an

    Bitkom

    Der Markt mit Software befindet sich wieder im Aufwind. Für dieses Jahr rechnet der Branchenverband Bitkom beim Umsatz in Deutschland mit einem Zuwachs um 4,2 Prozent auf 15,2 Milliarden Euro.  …mehr

  • Leuchtturmlinse macht Computer schneller

    Quantenprozessoren

    Die Geschwindigkeit und Genauigkeit von Quantencomputern lassen sich durch winzige Linsen erheblich steigern.  …mehr

  • Vermittler halten Freiberufler für zu teuer

    Streitpunkt Stundensätze

    Jeder zweite IT-Selbständige hält sich für unterbezahlt. Projektvermittler kritisieren dagegen die Honorarforderungen der Freiberufler als zu hoch.  …mehr

  • Technische Spezifikationen des HTC-Tablets durchgesickert

    HTC Flyer

    Das Mobilfunk-Blog "Amobil" hat technische Daten zum HTC-Tablet "Flyer" veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Die ersten Screenshots von Windows 8?

    Premiere

    Im Web sind die ersten Screenshots aufgetaucht, auf denen angeblich Windows 8 zu sehen ist. Spektakuläres zeigen die Screenshots aber derzeit noch nicht.  …mehr

  • Apple in der Kritik von Umweltschützern

    Laxe Kontrollen

    Chinesische Umweltschutz- und Sozialverbände haben schwere Anschuldigungen gegen Apple erhoben.  …mehr

  • Zehn Core-Banking-Systeme im Vergleich

    Software für Banken

    Eine Studie vergleicht die Systeme von CSC, Fiducia, Kordoba, Pass, SAP, B+S, Alldata, Misys, EFDIS und Bavaria. …mehr

  • Texas Instruments setzt auf Smartphone-Boom

    CEO Rich Templeton

    Der Chiphersteller Texas Instruments erhofft sich gute Geschäfte durch den Boom bei Smartphones und Tablet-Computern.  …mehr

  • Neulich in ... Facebook

    Wenn markige Sprüche den Job kosten

    Ein gutes Vorstellungsgespräch allein genügt nicht, um den begehrten Job zu bekommen. Diese Erfahrung machte ein Junginformatiker aus Baden-Württemberg.  …mehr

  • IT-Services für Kriminelle

    Bulletproof-Hoster im Visier

    Bulletproof-Hoster stellen für Cyber-Verbrecher die nötige IT-Infrastruktur zur Verfügung - und das scheinbar legal. …mehr

  • Test - LG W2220P

    TFT mit guter Bildqualität

    Der LG W2220P ist eine 22-Zoll-TFT-Display mit einer Auflösung von 1680 x 1050 Bildpunkten. Die Bildqualität des LCD-Monitors ist überzeugend. …mehr

  • Kodak ESP 3250

    Multifunktionsgerät im Test

    Das Multifunktionsgerät Kodak ESP 3250 arbeitet mit 6 Farben in zwei Patronen und kommt trotzdem auf vertretbare Seitenkosten. Ob das auch für den Energiebedarf gilt, verrät der Test. …mehr

  • Hardware-Tops & -Flops des Jahres 2010

    Rückblick

    Grafikkarten, Prozessoren, DirectX 11 & 3D: Wir stellen Ihnen die erfreulichsten und ärgerlichsten Entwicklungen des vergangenen Jahres 2010 aus Hardware-Sicht vor.  …mehr

  • Neue mobile Core-Prozessoren, neue Notebooks

    Core i3, i5 und i7 - HD Graphics 3000

    Intel hat seine nächste Prozessorgeneration für Notebooks vorgestellt. Die neue Architektur vereint Grafik und Prozessor. Mehr Leistung und bessere Energieeffizienz sollen die neue Plattform kennzeichnen. Entsprechende Business-Notebooks wurden angekündigt.  …mehr

  • Geregelt arbeiten mit iPhone und iPad

    Die App des Tages

    Die App "Worktimes" von Made FM hilft Selbständigen und Angestellten bei der Einhaltung der Regelarbeitszeiten.  …mehr

  • Darauf ist bei der IPv6-Umstellung zu achten

    Tipps zur IPv6-Migration

    Unternehmen sind gezwungen, sich mit der neuen Routing-Technik auseinanderzusetzen. Lesen Sie, worauf es beim Wechsel ankommt.  …mehr

  • Unternehmen hinken hinterher

    Ein Consultant zu IPv6 in der Praxis

    Wie verhalten sich die deutschen Anwender in Sachen IPv6, und was sollten sie wissen? Darüber diskutierte Steffen Jansen, Senior Instructor und Consultant bei Fastlane, mit CW-Redakteur Jürgen Hill.  …mehr

  • Das beste Notebook für Sie

    Kaufberatung

    Besonders zu Weihnachten ist das Notebook-Angebot unübersichtlich. Da stehen Schnäppchen-Angebote mit veralteten Komponenten neben überteuerten Geräten mit top-aktueller Technik. Unser Kaufratgeber bringt Sie zum passenden Notebook für Ihren Einsatzzweck.  …mehr

  • Outsourcing braucht Transparenz

    Change-Management

    Für das Outsourcing gibt es sieben zentrale Herausforderungen. Ein systematisches Change-Management kann helfen. …mehr

  • The State of Windows 8

    Premium-Inhalt. Only Microsoft knows how the next version of its Windows operating system will look and what it will be called, but big changes could be ahead for the OS observers refer to as "Windows 8."

  • Do you know who's tracking you on the Web?

    Premium-Inhalt. Imagine a creepy guy wearing a ski mask and a trenchcoat, following you around and scribbling down every place you visit, every item you peruse, and every action you take. Now and again, he races in front of you, opens the trenchcoat, and flashes an ad based on something you just checked out.

  • And the Winner of the Most-Blocked Website Award Is...

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're thinking of setting up Web filtering for your organization, OpenDNS can offer some clues. It's just published a report about the most-blocked and most-whitelisted sites of 2010.

  • Schmidt's departure from Google 'fortuitous': Vint Cerf

    Premium-Inhalt. Renowned 'father of the internet', Vint Cerf, has lauded Eric Schmidt's recent announcement to step down as Google's chief executive as "fortuitous" timing that will speed up decision making at the search giant.

  • Judge sides with Apple, RIM against Kodak

    Premium-Inhalt. Eastman Kodak's patent claim against Apple and Research In Motion concerning camera-phone image previews is invalid, according to an initial determination by a U.S. International Trade Commission administrative law judge.

  • Remains of the Day: Hello, is your iTunes running?

    Premium-Inhalt. Let's start the week off right with a white iPhone sighting, an Apple commercial's debut, and a whole new meaning for "Google TV." That and more in the remainders for Monday, January 24, 2010.

  • Hackers get access to New Jersey school data system

    Premium-Inhalt. Users of the 4chan online message board managed to get access to the online student information system used by a New Jersey school district after the school's administrative password was

  • Which Dell notebook is right for me?

    Premium-Inhalt. There's no doubt Dell laptops are among the most popular brand of notebooks for Australian users (be sure to take our brand survey which, is on our main section page). When shopping for a Dell laptop, it's important to know which range you should consider. This will depend on the type of user you are.

  • Carberp malware sniffs out antivirus use to maximize attack impact

    Premium-Inhalt. Just like legitimate developers, malware makers want the best return on their investment, a researcher said on Monday.

  • Google offers print from Android, iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. The story "Google offers print from Android, iPhone," posted Monday, incorrectly described the software requirements for users of the new feature.

  • HCL sees strong demand for enterprise services across Asia

    Premium-Inhalt. Global IT services provider, HCL Technologies, continues to see strong demand for enterprise services in customer relationship management (CRM), engineering, research and development services (ERS), data warehousing and infrastructure services across the Asia Pacific.

  • Google Cloud Print lets you print from your mobile device

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's AirPrint technology (at least outside of a ), but that's not stopping Google from offering its own competing service, aptly christened .

  • Frequently Asked Photo Questions for January

    Premium-Inhalt. Have a question about digital photography? . I reply to as many as I can--though given the quantity of e-mails that I get, I can't promise a personal reply to each one. I round up the most interesting questions about once a month here in Digital Focus. For more frequently asked questions, read my newsletters from , , and .

  • Google Voice Number Porting: Pros and Cons

    Premium-Inhalt. If you've ever wanted to wrestle your phone number away from the carriers, now's your chance.

  • Latest VoxOx Beta

    Premium-Inhalt. It's no secret that managing your contacts and communications has become a full-time job in itself. But the latest version of , a free service that works in conjunction with a free application, certainly can make the job easier. VoxOx unifies most of your contacts and your communications services, allowing you to stay in touch with (almost) everyone, almost all of the time.

  • Russian paper links airport bombing to Modern Warfare 2

    Premium-Inhalt. Based on reader feedback and number of headlines in the news today, our Top Story for Jan. 25, 2011 is "Russian paper links airport bombing to Modern Warfare 2." Three guesses why.

  • Verizon dishes on iPhone hotspot pricing

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier on Tuesday, Verizon announced that for a little while after the iPhone's launch. Speaking to later in the day, Verizon Wireless's Executive Director of Corporate Communications, Brenda Raney, also confirmed pricing details about the mobile hotspot option the carrier announced .

  • Mac IT Guy: Access Exchange from home

    Premium-Inhalt. I use Mail.app at home for both my home and work e-mail (Mobile Me and Microsoft Exchange 2003 respectively). For a while, it worked great. Then all of a sudden I couldn't send messages from the work e-mail account--I could receive, but I couldn't send; the Mobile Me account continued to work just fine, in both directions. When I asked my IT department, I was told there had been a problem with one of the Exchange servers and that it had to be reset or replaced. But they also said that that should not have affected me. They suggested that I recheck the account from an iPhone. Of course, the iPhone worked perfectly. But that doesn't help Mail on my home Mac or my work laptop. One funny thing: When I bring the laptop to work and connect wirelessly there, I can send, without changing its settings. One other thing that might be helpful: To connect the iPhone to the Exchange server, we use a Webmail server. The IT department has given up at this point. Can you help?

  • Getting real on mobile data (and regulatory holidays)

    Premium-Inhalt. Sometimes, it is the little anecdotes that come to mind to better illustrate a bigger story.

  • TomTom Now simplifies address entry for TomTom GPS app

    Premium-Inhalt. If you use the to get around, you may have found yourself frustrated by the app's sometimes cumbersome address-entering interface. If so, could help save you time and effort. The simple app works as an alternative to the TomTom app's destination address interface, improving the GPS app's ease of use by letting you enter or paste a destination address in any format, including both multi-line and single-line.

  • Revenue down, profits up in Yahoo's Q4

    Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo's revenue fell but profits grew in its fourth quarter, results which the company described as "encouraging" and as fueling a turnaround momentum.

  • Low-cost SSL proxy could bring cheaper, faster security; defeat threats like Firesheep

    Premium-Inhalt. Researchers have found a cheaper, faster way to process SSL/TLS with off-the-shelf hardware, a development that could let more Web sites shut down cyber threats posed by the likes of the hijacking tool.

  • Dual-Boot Windows Phone 7 and Android on the HTC HD2

    Premium-Inhalt. You may have heard that the HTC HD2 can be hacked to run both the and the . But now it can run both...at the same time!

  • Apple eyes pay-by-iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Technology that would let consumers pay for goods with their iPhones and iPads would be a way for Apple to jump-start micro-payments and reduce the transactions fees it pays, an analyst said today.

  • Keep Your Number Private, Create Docs Easily

    Premium-Inhalt. I'm constantly bopping around the Web, looking for free or inexpensive services that do useful things. Take , for example, which I profiled a few weeks back. That site lets you create one big, foldable, card that lists the info from all of your barcoded membership and rewards cards. This week I've got a few more useful Web sites.

  • Yahoo cuts 1 percent of staff ahead of earnings

    Premium-Inhalt. In a negative prelude to its fourth quarter earnings report due later on Tuesday, Yahoo confirmed it is cutting 1 percent of its global staff, or about 140 employees.

  • New year, new targets in cybercrime

    Premium-Inhalt. The enterprise, not the consumer, seems to be the primary target for cyber criminals across the globe this year. Additionally, criminals are shifting their focus from desktop computers to mobile devices. RSA and Cisco have bought released reports on what cybercrime trends to watch out for this year.

  • CIOs and the spirit of change

    Premium-Inhalt. Change is a constant in organizations today -- and there are many questions to ask about the role the CIO plays in businesses undergoing transformation.

  • Intel taps Will.i.am for creative director job

    Premium-Inhalt. William James Adams Jr., better known as Will.i.am of the popular music group Black Eyed Peas, was named Intel's new director of creative innovation, the chip maker said Tuesday.

  • Google buys SayNow social voice platform

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has scooped up SayNow, a company with a platform that enables social voice applications.

  • Verizon posts strong earnings ahead of iPhone launch

    Premium-Inhalt. If carriers were like sports teams, Verizon could be described as having a lot of momentum heading into its showdown with AT&T.

  • CEO Teardown: RIM's Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie

    Premium-Inhalt. CIO.com's "teardown" slideshow series picks apart tech's most infamous CEOs. Today, it's BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion's (RIM) co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie who take a turn on the ol' chopping block.

  • HP officially lays Neoview to rest

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard has officially consigned its Neoview to history, less than four years after introducing it to the market as the company's core offering in the business intelligence (BI) space.

  • Mad Skills Motocross for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Tired of casual games? Think there's nothing challenging on the App Store? Think again. In 's for the iPhone, you control a dirt bike racer as he competes against a computer challenger in a series of racing competitions. Though the game presents you with a wide variety of tracks to compete on, the skills required to succeed are laser-like in their focus. That's the good and bad news.

  • Banks may soon require new online authentication steps

    Premium-Inhalt. The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) could soon release new guidelines for banks to use when authenticating users to online banking transactions.

  • Introducing the Macworld Daily Reader app for iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. On Tuesday, Macworld announced the release of our very first iPad app, the . It's available now for free .

  • Macworld 2011: Focus on Mac users, third-party companies

    Premium-Inhalt.

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