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  • RealNetworks entlässt zehn Prozent der Belegschaft


    Das Multimedia-Unternehmen RealNetworks will 130 Mitarbeiter entlassen und damit die Belegschaft um weitere zehn Prozent reduzieren.  …mehr

  • Schnellere Terminfindung für zwei


    Radikal einfachere Terminfindung auch von zwei Personen: Das verspricht das Schweizer Terminplanungs-Startup Doodle. …mehr

    Von pte pte
  • Bedeutung von Managern wird überschätzt


    Statt teuren Einzeltrainings für Manager sollten Unternehmen öfter als bisher in Erwägung ziehen, ihr gesamtes Team zur Fortbildung schicken. …mehr

    Von pte pte
  • Nutzerschwund stellt Webmail-Anbieter auf die Probe


    Die rasche Evolution der Online-Kommunikation hat so manches Internet-Unternehmen der ersten Stunde überrumpelt. …mehr

    Von pte pte
  • Apple erstmals in den Top 5 der Handy-Hersteller


    Der Vormarsch der Smartphones krempelt den Handy-Markt um.  …mehr

  • Elop nennt Nokia "brennende Plattform"

    Internes Memo

    Der Handyhersteller Nokia hat nach Überzeugung seines Konzernchefs Stephen Elop Probleme wie "auf einer brennenden Plattform".  …mehr

  • Microsoft bringt 12 Sicherheits-Updates

    Patch-Day Februar 2011

    Microsoft hat zum Patch-Day im Februar 12 Sicherheits-Updates veröffentlicht. Sie schließen Lücken im Internet Explorer und in diversen Windows-Systemen.  …mehr

  • Produktion des iPad 2 läuft auf Hochtouren


    Wie das Wall Street Journal schreibt, ist die Produktion des iPad 2 voll angelaufen - die Vorstellung des Apple-Tablets dürfte also nicht mehr lange auf sich warten lassen.  …mehr

  • Jede Menge wichtige Updates heute

    Microsoft, Adobe, Mozilla

    Vor allem Benutzer eines Windows-PCs sollten heute eine Menge wichtige Updates installieren. Aber auch Mac- und Linux-Nutzer müssen ran.  …mehr

  • Facebook bezieht den früheren Sun-Campus in Menlo Park


    Dem rasant wachsenden sozialen Netzwerk Facebook sind die alten Räumlichkeiten zu klein geworden. …mehr

  • US-Justiz knöpft sich Hedge-Fonds-Manager vor


    Die US-Justiz rollt die Wall Street wegen Insiderhandels auf. …mehr

  • John Perry Barlow will immer noch einen unabhängigen Cyberspace


    Der Internet-Aktivist John Perry Barlow tritt heute wie vor 15 Jahren für die Unabhängigkeit des digitalen Raums von Regierungsinteressen ein. …mehr

  • EU präsentiert Universal-Ladegerät für Handys


    Das von vielen Handynutzern sehnlichst erwartete Universal-Ladegerät ist einsatzbereit. …mehr

  • E-Learning-Trends mit Zukunft

    Learntec 2011

    Die neuen Lernwelten sind mobil, abwechslungsreich und auf den Nutzer abgestimmt. Auch Social-Media-Komponenten erobern sich Nischen.  …mehr

  • Logica bildet BI-Experten aus


    In einem achtwöchigen Kurs schult IT-Dienstleister Logica Young Professionals zu Experten für Business Intelligence (BI) - und das bei vollem Lohn.  …mehr

  • Mehr Geld für freie Programmierer


    Um neun Prozent sind die Honorare der Freiberufler gestiegen. Wohl dem, der Microsoft-Wissen hat.  …mehr

  • Memonic - Offline Notizen nachschlagen

    Die App des Tages

    Mit "Memonic" können auf dem gleichnamigen Dienst gespeicherte Inhalte auch unterwegs via iPhone oder iPad abgerufen werden.  …mehr

  • Ist Flash am Ende?

    Fragen an Web-Entwickler Tobias Baldauf

    Was bedeutet HTML5 für den Quasi-Standard Adobe Flash? Fragen an Web-Entwickler Tobias Baldauf vom eco - Verband der deutschen Internetwirtschaft.  …mehr

  • Mobiler Fotodrucker GL10 von Polaroid

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit dem neuen mobilen Fotodrucker GL10 aus dem Hause Polaroid lassen sich Fotos an Ort und Stelle ausdrucken. …mehr

  • Customs cracks down on online purchases entering Australia

    Premium-Inhalt. from the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service from late January details a three month campaign to crack-down on expensive parcels entering Australia marked as gifts or with a declared value under $1000, exempting them from liability for GST or duty payments. The document notes that the campaign aims to ensure that GST and duty exemptions for low-value goods entering Australia are not being "abused or exploited" by importers.

  • Japan's NHK brings Google Earth-like graphics to live TV

    Premium-Inhalt. Engineers at Japanese public broadcaster NHK (Nippon Hoso Kyokai) have developed a system that can overlay Google Earth-like labels over live TV images from helicopters.

  • Intel Knowingly Sells Faulty Chipsets. Are They Crazy?

    Premium-Inhalt. Remember those that Intel owned up to--the ones that caused a massive product recall that's been ?

  • AT&T rolls out free mobile-to-mobile calling

    Premium-Inhalt. AT&T introduced a mobile calling plan Wednesday that allows unlimited free voice calls to any wireless network in the U.S.

  • Epson upgrades PrintJinni printing app

    Premium-Inhalt. iOS device owners who also have a Wi-Fi-enabled Epson printer at their disposal have been able to turn to for their wireless printing needs. Now, developer is making it easier for PrintJinni users to print attachments directly from the Mail app on their iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad by adding support for POP3 accounts.

  • Visual tour: HP makes webOS trifecta with TouchPad, Pre3, Veer

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard rolled out its debut entrant into the red-hot tablet market, the HP Touchpad, as well as two new smartphones -- all running the latest version of the webOS acquired last year when it bought Palm. Here's a visual tour of the new products.

  • Why No iPad 2 Announcement Yet?

    Premium-Inhalt. Rumors about Apple's next-generation are arriving on a daily basis now, and not just from the usual mob of gossipy tech blogs. The Wall Street Journal lately has been serving up on the still-unannounced tablet, which reportedly is as you read this. Why leads one to wonder: Why no iPad 2 announcement yet?

  • Top 10 telecom contract mistakes

    Premium-Inhalt. When it comes to telecom negotiations, most telecom managers have a difficult time. I see far too many contracts riddled with unacceptable clauses and limitations, shackling companies with sub-par terms and conditions, bloated pricing, and even obsolete technology.

  • HP takes its first run at the tablet market

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard rolled out its debut entrant into the red-hot tablet market, the HP TouchPad, as well as two new smartphones -- all running a new version of the webOS that it acquired last year when it bought Palm.

  • Taco Bell takes a bite out of Facebook

    Premium-Inhalt. After dealing with a lawsuit about the content of its "seasoned ground beef," Taco Bell is turning to to bolster its image.

  • Wizard Hex for iOS

    Premium-Inhalt. ' is an interesting twist on the traditional board game--it has the board, the tiles, and the funky grid, but features an ally system that makes strategy more complex than your average game of checkers. Like any good board game worth its salt, Wizard Hex is easy to learn, difficult to master, and perfect for a big group.

  • Need for speed creates global success story

    Premium-Inhalt. "Necessity is the mother of invention" has been attributed to various writers as far back as Plato. Aptimize CEO Ed Robinson has a modern take on it: "Our invention came from having to survive."

  • Geek 101: Demystifying Custom Android ROMs (Part II)

    Premium-Inhalt. This is the second installment of our custom-ROM tutorial for Android phones. If you're just tuning in, check out Part I, which covers .

  • Social Productivity: Use Peer Pressure to Keep on Task

    Premium-Inhalt. To-do lists can be so isolating. As you sit in front of your computer, staring hopelessly at the screen, choosing the best action to tackle next can seem impossible at times. Now, however, a new breed of productivity sites could help you get back on track by making your action lists social. Good-bye, loneliness; hello, happiness.

  • Facebook opens advertising office in Hong Kong

    Premium-Inhalt. announced Tuesday the opening of its Hong Kong sale office that provides support for brands, agencies and companies in Hong Kong and Taiwan.

  • Introducing The Death Hug: Only For iPhone 4 On Verizon

    Premium-Inhalt. As initially reported by , the Verizon iPhone 4 may exhibit the same alleged signal as the original iPhone 4, and then some. According to the , the infamous "Death Grip" can still affect 3G signal strength on the updated CDMA handset. Additionally, a new two-handed landscape grip, cutely dubbed the "Death Hug," will cause a similar attenuation to your WiFi signal. No word on if this is unique to the Verizon iPhone or if it was merely discovered on one.

  • Citrix gives boost to Windows apps on Amazon Web Services

    Premium-Inhalt. Citrix Systems is further enhancing interoperability and performance of Windows workloads on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

  • IT investments by APAC manufacturers to increase: IDC

    Premium-Inhalt. IT departments in the manufacturing vertical are likely to increase their spending to support business applications in 2011, according to an IDC report.

  • Car manufacturer bets on Siemens

    Premium-Inhalt. For a struggling global car manufacturing industry, a shorter time to market is crucial. The strategy of car manufacturer Aston Martin, therefore, is to streamline its global processes -- from design to development -- using cutting-edge technology. For this, it turned to Siemens for its product life management (PLM) software and services.

  • New Nikon Coolpix Cams: High-Ends, Megazooms, Money-Savers

    Premium-Inhalt. Nikon has thrown its hat into the post-CES ring--several times over--with the introduction of eight new Coolpix point-and-shoots for 2011.

  • Top story: Ubisoft unveils next Call of Juarez game

    Premium-Inhalt. A few big ticket items hit the news feed today, but a third game in a great series took home the top story prize. 'Grats, Ubisoft.

  • Remains of the Day: Et tu, iPad 2?

    Premium-Inhalt. Frankly, I'm getting kind of sick of the iPad 2, and it isn't even out yet. The throws fuel on that fire, Apple stays out of the kitchen, and it's time to lay another round of to rest. The remainders for Tuesday, February 8, 2011, are standing tall.

  • New Olympus 3D camera to feature 12.5x zoom, metal design

    Premium-Inhalt. In April, will release its VR-330 compact camera, which will pack a massive 12.5x zoom and a 14-megapixel sensor. The new will be made of metal and be small enough to fit in your pocket.

  • iPad 2 already in production, no retina display?

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPad 2 rumours are flying thick and fast at the moment, and the latest is that Apple's new version of its tablet computer is already in production.

  • Nintendo reveals 3DS Australian price, launch date

    Premium-Inhalt. At a launch event in Sydney last night, Nintendo announced the Australian pricing and release date for . The will cost $349.95 and will be available in stores nationwide on March 31.

  • Cisco Linksys routers still don't support IPv6

    Premium-Inhalt. It's hard to fathom why Cisco hasn't added IPv6 to its Linksys consumer routers yet, but the company has promised support will come this spring.

  • Cisco revenues push to $10.4 billion in Q2

    Premium-Inhalt. Cisco beat analyst estimates with its second-quarter earnings, posting revenue of US$10.4 billion and earnings per share, excluding expenses, charges and other items, of $0.37.

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