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  • Byod - nicht so heiß, wie es gekocht wird

    CW-Kommentar

    Ein Gespenst geht um in Europa - es heißt Byod. Und es will die "Diktatur der IT" stürzen.  …mehr

  • Schwuler Derrick und Schwarzgeldklinik - das ZDF kann auch anders

    "Mashups"

    Lustiges vom Lerchenberg: Das ZDF schneidet und vertont TV-Klassiker neu.  …mehr

  • CEO Stephen Elop kauft Nokia-Anteil

    Microsoft-Aktien verkauft

    Nokias Konzernchef Stephen Elop hat knapp ein halbes Jahr nach seinem Amtsantritt Aktien des Handy-Herstellers für eine Million Euro gekauft und alle Anteile bei seinem früheren Arbeitgeber Microsoft verkauft. …mehr

  • Schlappe für Nokia in Patentstreit mit IPCom

    "Patent 100a"

    Der weltgrößte Handyhersteller Nokia hat in seinem Patentstreit mit der deutschen Firma IPCom eine Schlappe erlitten. …mehr

  • Léo Apotheker setzt auf Innovation und "profitables Wachstum"

    HP-Chef

    Der frühere SAP- und mittlerweile HP-Chef Léo Apotheker hat dem "Wall Street Journal" ein Interview zu unter anderem seiner Strategie gegeben.  …mehr

  • Große Nachfrage nach kleinen Programmen

    Mobile World Congress

    Apps für Smartphones und Tablets entscheiden zunehmend über Erfolg und Misserfolg im mobilen Geschäft.  …mehr

  • Mobile World Congress 2011 erzielt neuen Besucherrekord

    Über 60.000 Teilnehmer

    Kaum ist der MWC 2011 vorüber, schmücken sich die Veranstalter mit neuen Rekordmarken. …mehr

  • Amazon S3 hostet jetzt auch komplette Websites

    Cloud Computing

    Auf Amazons Cloud-Speicherdienst Simple Storage Service (S3) kann man jetzt auch Websites hosten - ganz ohne Web-Server.  …mehr

  • Blackberry Travel - Richtig reisen mit dem Blackberry

    Die App des Tages

    Die gemeinsam von Research in Motion und WorldMate kreierte kostenlose App "Blackberry Travel" bündelt eine Reihe nützlicher Funktionen für Business- und Privatreisen.  …mehr

  • US-Kartellwächter prüfen Apples Abo-Regeln für mobile Geräte

    DOJ und FTC

    Unmittelbar nach der Vorstellung neuer Regeln für Abonnements von digitalen Inhalten auf den mobilen Geräten von Apple hat die US-Regierung nach Informationen der Zeitung "Wall Street Journal" eine Überprüfung eingeleitet.  …mehr

  • Der kleine Bruder von "Watson" kommt nach Hannover

    CeBIT

    Maschine schlägt Mensch - zumindest in der Quiz-Show "Jeopardy". Auf der CeBIT wird es eine kleiner Ausgabe von "Watson" zu sehen geben. …mehr

  • Obama trifft Tech-Spitze in Silicon Valley

    Steve Jobs und Co

    US-Präsident Barack Obama hat sich am Donnerstagabend (Ortszeit) im Silicon Valley mit führenden Tech-Größen getroffen. …mehr

  • Watson soll im Gesundheitswesen helfen

    IBM kooperiert mit Nuance

    IBM kooperiert mit Nuance, um die Analytik-Technologie des Supercomputers "Watson" im Gesundheitswesen einzusetzen  …mehr

  • Software und Services beflügeln IT-Markt

    IDC-Marktprognose

    Der weltweite IT-Markt wird in diesem Jahr kräftig zulegen. Das prognostiziert Marktforscher IDC. Der Hardware-Markt hat allerdings aus Sicht der Experten seinen nachkrislichen Höhenflug erst einmal beendet.  …mehr

  • "Der Master in Informatik ist der Regelabschluss"

    Studium

    Die Technische Universität München (TUM) bietet im Fach Informatik inzwischen nur noch Bachelor- und Master-Abschlüsse an. Uwe Baumgarten, Professor für Betriebssysteme und Systemarchitektur erklärt, wie sich die Studienreform auf die Ausbildung von Informatikern auswirkt.  …mehr

  • Virtualisierung mit Microsoft Hyper-V im Cluster

    Ratgeber Live-Migration

    Wer für die Server-Virtualisierung Microsoft Hyper-V einsetzt, kann mit einem Cluster die Ausfallsicherheit der IT deutlich erhöhen. Dieser Workshop beschreibt, wie die Live-Migration in der Praxis klappt. …mehr

  • HD Tune Pro - Detaillierte Diagnose von Festplatten, SSDs und USB-Sticks

    Storage Analyse

    Das Storage-Tool HD Tune Pro bietet umfangreiche Funktionen zur Analyse von Festplatten, SSDs und Flash-Laufwerken. Neben zahlreichen Leistungs-Tests verfügt das Programm auch über Optionen wie eine SMART-Diagnose oder einen Error-Scan.  …mehr

  • 3M CP40 Shoot'n Share Camcorder mit Projector

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit dem CP40 Shoot'n Share Camcorder bietet 3M einen kompakten Camcorder mit integriertem Beamer. …mehr

  • Die verrücktesten PCs

    Case Modding

    Egal ob Schaufensterpuppe oder Geschützturm – Case Modder finden immer einen Weg, ihre Rechner einzigartig zu gestalten. …mehr

  • Twitter-Sprüche zum Ablachen

    Das Leben in 140 Zeichen

    Das Social Web kann auch lustig sein. Lesen Sie die besten Twitter-Sprüche der vergangenen Jahre.  …mehr

  • So reduzieren GmbHs ihr Risiko

    Tipps zum Risikomanagement

    Wie GmbH-Geschäftsführer ein Frühwarnsystem aufbauen und auch ihr Privatvermögen schützen können, erklärt Willi Fausten.  …mehr

  • Smartphones und Android sahnen ab

    Best of Mobile World Congress

    Auf der weltgrößten Mobilfunkmesse in Barcelona war Apples iPhone, vor allem aber auch Googles mobiles Ökosystem um Android überall präsent.  …mehr

  • Lenovo to launch LePad tablet worldwide in June

    Premium-Inhalt. Chinese PC maker Lenovo plans on selling its LePad tablet worldwide in June, but will first launch the device in China at the end of March, a company spokesman said on Friday.

  • 6 cool things learned from the National Broadband Map

    Premium-Inhalt. Now that the National Telecommunications and Information Administration has launched its , it's time to comb through the data to see what we can learn about broadband in the United States.

  • Casio Exilim EX-H20G: Fun Pocket Megazoom

    Premium-Inhalt. The 14-megapixel, 10X-optical-zoom ($300 as of February 13, 2011) is a great little travel companion, thanks to well-implemented in-camera mapping and GPS features that make it a near-perfect for your vacation.

  • Report: US regulators interested in Apple subscriptions

    Premium-Inhalt. U.S. regulators are looking at the conditions Apple has set for media companies that want to distribute subscription content through its iPad and other devices, according to The Wall Street Journal.

  • House passes defunding of Net neutrality rules

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. House of Representatives has passed an amendment to its annual government funding bill that would prohibit the Federal Communications Commission from using any funds to implement the Net neutrality rules it approved last year.

  • Romanian pleads guilty to role in $2.7M eBay scam

    Premium-Inhalt. A Romanian man has pleaded guilty to participating in a well-organized scam that took in about US$2.7 million from unsuspecting users of online marketplaces such as eBay, Craigslist and AutoTrader.com.

  • Remains of the Day: Washington comes to Mr. Jobs

    Premium-Inhalt. The most powerful man in the world is about to meet the president of the United States, Sony's making a dumb move for a change, and now you can browse the Web circa 1986--from the comfort of your own Mac. The remainders for Thursday, February 17, 2011 are firing up the wayback machine.

  • Scottish production firm behind Dead Island trailer

    Premium-Inhalt. Even if you've never heard of Scottish production firm Axis Animation, you know their work. The buzz around their Dead Island trailer makes it a Top Story.

  • Oracle rolls out more critical patches for troublesome Java

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle has unloaded a hefty package of patches aimed at fixing critical vulnerabilities in Java SE and Java for Business, and Oracle as well as third-party security experts are urging IT admins to deploy the security update immediately.

  • Survey: Commuting annoys Hong Kong workers

    Premium-Inhalt. Hong Kong drivers and public transport users have identified seven deadly commuting sins that cause them the most stress, undermining their productivity and job satisfaction, said workplace solutions provider Regus Thursday.

  • Clearwire gains subscribers, remains in the red

    Premium-Inhalt. Clearwire gained 1.5 million subscribers in the fourth quarter of 2010 and more than doubled its revenue, but lost US$128 million, the mobile WiMax operator announced on Thursday.

  • Watch Out for FDIC Phishing Scam

    Premium-Inhalt. Attention! Dear Depositor--the FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) is not sending you an e-mail with a mysterious ZIP file attachment. If you receive such a message claiming to be from the FDIC, don't be fooled. The e-mail is a , and the attachment is actually malware.

  • Google legal move could alter course of Oracle trial

    Premium-Inhalt. Google's decision this week to ask the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office to re-examine a number of the Oracle patents at issue in the companies' ongoing intellectual-property case could have a significant effect on how the dispute plays out.

  • How the Chain Can Break or Make You

    Premium-Inhalt. Few corporate supply chain issues have garnered quite the global notoriety of Boeing Co.'s trouble with the 787 Dreamliner. Its huge new commercial product -- derided in some circles as the "seven-late-seven" -- is the victim of a system overwhelmed by ambitious aircraft-design innovations that had to share the spotlight, over a period of years, with a supply chain management revolution.

  • A ‘Coming Out’ for Internal Audit

    Premium-Inhalt. Before the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 -- the government’s response to the infamous years of Enron, WorldCom and Adelphia -- the internal audit function focused largely on financial reporting and compliance. “It wasn’t surprising,” says Paul Sobel, chief audit executive with Georgia-Pacific and an Institute of Internal Auditors director and executive committee member. While internal auditors can offer a range of skills, he says, they “are known to be well-versed in financial controls and reporting.”

  • IBM's Watson makes it official -- humanity is toast

    Premium-Inhalt. "I for one welcome our new computer overlords" -- that's a quote from Ken Jennings, the guy who used to be the world's biggest "Jeopardy" egghead until IBM's Watson supercomputer waxed the floor with him and Brad Rutter, his fellow puny human.

  • Mozilla delays final Firefox beta

    Premium-Inhalt. It's looking increasingly unlikely that Mozilla will ship Firefox 4 this month.

  • Twitter suspends rival's mobile apps

    Premium-Inhalt. on Friday suspended three major mobile third-party applications for allegedly violating the company's use policies.

  • eBay and PayPal developer programs to merge

    Premium-Inhalt. The eBay and PayPal developer programs will be merged in order to establish a common platform that will allow external programmers to create applications with both e-commerce and payment capabilities for a broad variety of devices.

  • Amazon S3 Offers Complete Website Hosting

    Premium-Inhalt. Ever since Amazon launched cloud storage service in 2006, people have been using it to prop up Websites hosted with other service providers.

  • Tech Luminaries Dine with President Obama

    Premium-Inhalt. The White House has released a pair of photos from President Barack Obama's dinner with tech industry bigwigs Thursday evening in Woodside, Calif.

  • Intel to hire 4,000 workers this year

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel will hire 4,000 workers in the U.S. this year, primarily in product development and research and development, the company said on Friday.

  • Google legal move could alter course of Oracle trial

    Premium-Inhalt. Google's decision this week to ask the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office to re-examine a number of the Oracle patents at issue in the companies' ongoing intellectual-property case could have a significant effect on how the dispute plays out.

  • Princeton student discovers university LDAP server leaves personal data exposed

    Premium-Inhalt. A Princeton University student who discovered the school's exposed private student information to the public has shut down access to that information on his Web site after the school tightened .

  • VoiP meets Facebook chat in new Facebook Messenger app

    Premium-Inhalt. combines two services that many of us hold near and dear: Facebook chat and VoiP. The app aims to one-up Facebook’s existing chat service by adding its own free VoiP service to the mix, making it easy to engage in voice chats with your Facebook friends free of charge.

  • Jobs, Zuckerberg get prime spots at Obama dinner

    Premium-Inhalt. President Obama met with the CEOs of several high-profile technology companies, including Steve Jobs of Apple and Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, in a private dinner Thursday night in Silicon Valley.

  • Get a Quick and Easy Disposable E-Mail Address

    Premium-Inhalt. Here's a common hassle: You sign up for some freebie, promotion, or service that requires your e-mail address--and suddenly your inbox is deluged with ads, notifications, and other spam.

  • The week in iPhone 4 cases: MGMT and TPE

    Premium-Inhalt. This week’s newcomers in iPhone 4 case-land include some snazzy designs made by Grammy-award-winning artists, as well as the usual slew of TPE, polycarbonate, and rubber cases that we just can’t get enough of. Oh, and there are a couple more existing cases that have been confirmed to work with the Verizon iPhone 4. Read on to get the full scoop!

  • Yahoo to open-source cloud-serving engine

    Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo is developing an internal cloud-serving engine to boost its own productivity, and intends to release the code as an this year.

  • Brain behind IBM's Watson not unlike a human's

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM's Watson supercomputer, which during airings of the game show this week, is powered by 90 servers and a network-attacked storage (NAS) cluster with 21.6TB of data.

  • eBay and PayPal developer programs to merge

    Premium-Inhalt. The eBay and PayPal developer programs will be merged in order to establish a common platform that will allow external programmers to create applications with both e-commerce and payment capabilities for a broad variety of devices.

  • Premier 100 IT Leader profile: Doug Beebe

    Premium-Inhalt. Douglas R. Beebe did such a good job aligning IT infrastructure operations with business needs that management bestowed upon him the ultimate compliment: They hired him away from IT. The former corporate manager of information systems at Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc., who was recently named corporate manager of real estate and facilities, says the management and leadership skills he developed as he rose through the IT ranks are valuable anywhere.

  • Merge multiple photos into a panorama

    Premium-Inhalt. A panoramic photo, printed and framed, can be the ultimate memory of a far-flung journey or can simply re-create something interesting that you see every day. All you need is a digital camera and some creative vision. Here's how to make panoramas using Adobe Photoshop CS4 or CS5 or Photoshop Elements 8 or 9. If you don't have any of those programs, you can also create panoramic photos with shareware such as DoubleTake ($25) or freeware like Hugin.

  • HTC HD Mini Gets Hacked, Now Runs Android

    Premium-Inhalt. The HTC HD Mini, also previously known as Photon, is pretty old as far as smartphones go--the Windows Mobile 6.5 phone was first released back in February 2010. So a XDA Developer member has given the cellphone a new lease of life by bringing Android and Linux OS to it.

  • US bill would prohibit Internet 'kill switch'

    Premium-Inhalt. Three U.S. senators criticized for past legislation that would allow the president to potentially quarantine or shut down parts of the Internet during a major cyberattack have introduced a new bill that would put limits on that authority.

  • Do wireless providers like Verizon and AT&T crimp mobile security?

    Premium-Inhalt. Do service giants such as AT&T and Verizon wield their power to effectively stand in the way of mobile-device ?

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