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  • Yahoo! kündigt digitalen Zeitungskiosk an

    Für Tablets

    Yahoo! hat einen digitalen Zeitungskiosk für Tablet-PCs vorgestellt. …mehr

  • Microsoft veröffentlicht Vorversion des IE9

    Release Candidate

    Microsoft hat seinen neuen Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) am Donnerstag in der letzten Vorab-Version zum Herunterladen ins Netz gestellt. …mehr

  • Apple plant Mini-iPhone - Jobs trotz Krankheit aktiv

    Neues aus Cupertino

    Vor zwei Jahren blieb ein Mini-iPhone nur ein Gerücht - jetzt bekommen die Spekulationen neue Nahrung. …mehr

  • Nokia-Chef kündigt Stellenabbau an

    Nach Strategiewechsel

    Der Strategiewechsel bei Nokia wird einen deutlichen Stellenabbau nach sich ziehen. …mehr

  • Nokia verbündet sich mit Microsoft

    Windows Phone

    Jahreslang war Nokia die unangefochtene Nummer eins im Handy-Markt. …mehr

  • Viel Kritik an De-Mail-Verschlüsselung

    Sicherheitsexperten

    Das De-Mail-Gesetz ist noch immer nicht vom Deutschen Bundestag verabschiedet worden. Es ist die Voraussetzung für die Einführung der rechtssicheren E-Mail. Auf einer weiteren kurzfristig auf Wunsch der SPD-Fraktion angesetzten Anhörung hatten am Montag noch einmal sieben Experten im Innenausschuss des Deutschen Bundestages Gelegenheit, Stellung zum Gesetzentwurf nehmen. Umstritten sind vor allem die fehlende Ende-zu-Ende-Verschlüsselung, die Abholbestätigung und die Frage der Domainkennzeichnung.  …mehr

  • Gibt es den Fachkräftemangel in der IT schon heute?

    Diskutieren Sie mit

    Unternehmen stellen wieder ein, manche sogar im großen Stil. Einige klagen schon wieder über den Fachkräftemangel, obwohl es deutlich mehr Informatikabsolventen gibt als noch vor zehn Jahren.  …mehr

  • Terratec T1 im Test

    Winziger DVB-T-Stick

    Der DVB-T-Stick Terratec T1 ist ein sehr kleiner DVB-T-Stick, der sich besonders für den mobilen Einsatz eignet. Die Empfangsleistung des Winzlings überzeugt.  …mehr

  • Digitalkamera fürs Extreme - Pentax Optio WG-1 GPS

    Gadget des Tages

    Die Pentax Optio WG-1 GPS richtet sich an alle, die auch im Gelände und beim Sport nicht auf eine Digitalkamera verzichten möchten. …mehr

  • 50+: Die Rente ist keine Alternative

    Mühsame Jobsuche

    Wer mit über 50 seinen Job verliert, muss sich auf eine anstrengende Jobsuche und finanzielle Abstriche einstellen. Auch mit hohen Abfindungen lässt sich die Zeit bis zur Rente nicht mehr so leicht überbrücken.  …mehr

  • Canon Ixus 1000 HS im Test

    Mit Superzoom

    Bei der Ixus 1000 HS steckt Canon ein 10fach-Zoom in ein sehr kompaktes Gehäuse. Lesen Sie im Test, wie sich die 10-Megapixel-Kamera hinsichtlich ihrer Bildqualität schlug. …mehr

  • PlainText - Texteditor für iPhone und iPad

    Die App des Tages

    Die kostenlose App "PlainText" von Hog Bay Software erleichtert es mobilen Nutzern, unterwegs Texte zu schreiben und via "Dropbox" zu synchronisieren.  …mehr

  • Die besten Computer-Designs

    Die Zukunft von Apple, Sony & Co.

    Weil Hard- und Software kein Verkaufsargument mehr darstellen, lassen sich die Hersteller beim Aussehen etwas einfallen. Wir zeigen die besten Computer-Designs. …mehr

  • Samsung launches new printer lines

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're a small or mid-sized business and printing chores are complicating your life, Samsung is offering a solution with two new lines of networked duplex printers. The color laser multifunction SCX-4835FR, SCX-5639FR, and wireless SCX-5739FW printer series feature increased security for sensitive documents, while the monochrome, single function ML-3312ND, ML-3712ND, and ML-3712DW models offer faster output and more economical use.

  • SuccessFactors alleges covert scheme by competitor

    Premium-Inhalt. SuccessFactors is alleging that rival human-resources-software vendor Halogen Software concocted a fraudulent and covert scheme in order to obtain competitive information from it, according to a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

  • Developers split over Mac App Store license swaps

    Premium-Inhalt. Even for those users who have been buying and downloading software on their own for years, the Mac App Store's promise of license code banishment, convenient multi-Mac licenses, and effortless one-click installation are hard to ignore.

  • Intel to ship new Sandy Bridge chipsets next week

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel will soon start shipping replacement chipsets for PCs that use its latest Sandy Bridge microprocessors, the company said on Friday.

  • Software association paid $57K in 2010 to piracy whistleblowers

    Premium-Inhalt. In 2010, the Software and Information Industry Association received 157 reports of alleged corporate end user software piracy.  Of the 157 reports, 42 (or 27%) were judged sufficiently reliable to pursue. Of these 16 qualified for rewards totaling $57,500.

  • Camera Mic adds acoustic remote shutter to your iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. It's happened to all of us: you want to take a picture, but the right spot for that perfect angle is somewhere difficult for you to reach, like on a ledge or on top of a car. Or, maybe, you just want to take a group picture with your friends that is not destined to have a caption that ends with "not pictured: you."

  • Why You Need to Have a Linux LiveCD

    Premium-Inhalt. As a longtime fan of Linux, I'm a big believer that most business users would benefit greatly by dumping Windows and switching over to the open source operating system instead. It's stable, it's reliable and it's , among many other advantages.

  • Samsung to start making new Exynos processors next month

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Electronics announced a new brand name for a processors used in mobile phones, tablets and other mobile devices on Friday, Exynos.

  • Cisco's consumer business chief resigns

    Premium-Inhalt. The head of Cisco Systems' consumer products business is leaving the company less than two years after he arrived with the acquisition of Flip camcorder maker Pure Digital Technologies.

  • Internet Explorer 9: Release Candidate

    Premium-Inhalt. The first release candidate for Internet Explorer 9 is here, five months after IE9 first went into public beta. IE9 is Microsoft's attempt to bring support newer, more modern Web technology to its browser. If you haven't used IE9 before, take a moment to read .

  • ISPs lukewarm on Telstra-NBN Co terms

    Premium-Inhalt. Australia's major internet service providers (ISPs) have issued a lukewarm response to the news of Telstra and NBN Co coming to an agreement on commercial terms, months after initially envisaged and following numerous delays in negotiations.

  • Twelve Free Fonts Make Custom Valentines Easy

    Premium-Inhalt. Feeling used by the merchandising nightmare that is Valentine's Day? Fight back by surprising anyone and everyone in your circle of friends with some custom font love and a little valentine savvy. With PCWorld's free font downloads, a little novelty sourcing, and a few nights of affectionate attention before the big day, you can set the table for a love banquet.

  • Zero-day viruses became commonplace in 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. Zero day viruses became more and more commonplace last year, according to analysis by managed security firm, Network Box.

  • Fix Google Docs Annoyances With Free Software

    Premium-Inhalt. Google Docs is forever. It's perhaps the most popular and is getting better every week.

  • Fox News: Bulletstorm 'the worst video game in the world'?

    Premium-Inhalt. Unsurprisingly, a story about Fox News demonizing video games has a lot of gamers riled up. Today's top story is the victimization of Bulletstorm.

  • Remains of the Day: Take five

    Premium-Inhalt. Looks like Apple's whipping out the shrink-ray for the iPhone. Elsewhere, HP poaches another Apple executive, Verizon begins slooooowly taking market share from AT&T, and iAd apparently has nothing worth snapping up. The remainders for Thursday, February 10, 2011 are yours for the taking.

  • Metacritic releases publisher rankings for 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. Reviews aggregate site Metacritic has crunched the scores for the major publishers to see which company fared the best with critics in 2010. Thanks the success of Red Dead Redemption and Civ 5, Take Two came out on top.

  • Activision cancels Guitar Hero franchise, True Crime

    Premium-Inhalt. Citing the lower revenues brought in by the genre, Activision Blizzard announced that it will cease production of new Guitar Hero games and dissolve its development team. Additionally, the company has canceled True Crime due to quality concerns.

  • Top Story: LG's trying to stop sales of PS3s in the US

    Premium-Inhalt. Sometimes a lawsuit makes for a good read -- especially when a company feels the need to block sales of the PlayStation 3 to get justice.

  • Password Reuse Is All Too Common, Research Shows

    Premium-Inhalt. A British security researcher has analyzed password data made public by Anonymous group and , and found that many users with accounts at both sites used the same password for their login credentials.

  • Sorts Mill Goudy Revives a Classic Font

    Premium-Inhalt. Type enthusiast Barry Schwartz believes in font revival and has released several works based on typefaces by the American designer Frederick Goudy. One of these, the free , references a design still very much in use today, Goudy Old Style. Like its predecessor, Sorts Mill Goudy is a lovely font for lengthy text jobs (like that unpublished novel currently sitting in a box under the bed).

  • Canonical Opens Up Catalog of Linux-Friendly Components

    Premium-Inhalt. Though hardware compatibility with improves with each passing day, users of the free and open source operating system can still encounter problems with particular devices and components.

  • Project New becomes 'business as usual' at Telstra

    Premium-Inhalt. Telstra's program to simplify management and employment structure has become "business as usual" since its inception in September, according to chief executive, David Thodey.

  • Hands on: Should you get the Verizon iPhone 4?

    Premium-Inhalt. Thousands (or even millions) of people are strongly considering the purchase of the second coming of the -- the one powered by Verizon. But what might have been a slam-dunk decision a year ago isn't quite so clear cut now.

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