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  • Gartner streicht Prognose für PC-Markt zusammen

    iPad-Effekt

    Tablet-Computer wie Apples iPad verdrängen in der Verbraucher-Gunst herkömmliche Notebooks. …mehr

  • Britische Regierung für BSkyB-Verkauf an Murdoch

    Pay-TV

    Die britische Regierung will dem US-amerikanischen Medienmogul Rupert Murdoch grünes Licht für die Übernahme des Fernsehkonzern British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB) geben. …mehr

  • Spielberg will Geschichte von Wikileaks verfilmen

    Dreamworks

    Hollywood-Regisseur Steven Spielberg will das Leben von Wikileaks-Gründer Julian Assange verfilmen. …mehr

  • iPad 2 gegen den Rest der Android-Welt

    Vergleich

    Wie schlägt sich das iPad 2 gegenüber Konkurrenzen wie Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, LG Optimus Pad und HTC Flyer? …mehr

  • Abbyy LinkGrabber - Knipsen statt tippen

    Die App des Tages

    "LinkGrabber" vom OCR-Spezialisten Abbyy erspart iPhone-Nutzern die mühsame Eingabe von Web-Adressen über die virtuelle Tastatur.  …mehr

  • Post will den Briefkasten nicht an E-Mail-Dienste verlieren

    CeBIT

    Die Deutsche Post will ihre Position als führender Brief-Dienst auch in der Internet-Ära behaupten. …mehr

  • „Cloud Computing ist gut für uns“

    CeBIT-Interview mit Paul Hermelin

    Paul Hermelin, CEO der Capgemini-Gruppe, sieht für den IT-Dienstleister im Cloud-Geschäft zwei Rollen vor: Betreiber und Integrator. …mehr

  • Hersteller gründen Cloud-Printing-Allianz

    CeBIT

    Die ThinPrint-Division Cortado hat gemeinsam mit sechs führenden Druckerherstellen ein eine Cloud-Printing-Allianz ins Leben gerufen.  …mehr

  • Scheer Group: Die Besten sollen zusammenarbeiten

    CeBIT 2011 - Netzwerken für mehr Innovation

    Die Scheer Group ist ein Netzwerk technikaffiner Jungunternehmen, die gemeinsam eine bessere Marktperspektive sehen.  …mehr

  • SuperSpeed USB gewinnt an Fahrt

    CeBIT

    Das USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) hat auf der CeBIT ein Update zum Stand der Dinge in Sachen SuperSpeed USB a.k.a. USB 3.0 präsentiert. …mehr

  • Excel für Controlling ersetzt

    1 Tag statt 1 Woche pro Bericht

    Der Landkreis Ludwigslust in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern verfügt jetzt durch eine neue Business-Intelligence-Lösung über ein besseres Controlling-System.  …mehr

  • Software AG profiliert sich bei Smart Grids

    CeBIT

    Mit der Engine für das Complex Event Processing (CEP) will die Software AG die schnelle Analyse der Massendaten von den Stromzählern ermöglichen.  …mehr

  • Software Made in Germany

    CeBIT

    Der Bundesverband IT-Mittelstand (Bitmi) hat auf der CeBIT das Qualitätssiegel "Software Made in Germany" vorgestellt.  …mehr

  • Tablets ringen Netbooks Marktanteile ab

    CeBIT

    Die neuen Tablet-Computer setzten den jahrelang populären Mini-Notebooks zu. …mehr

  • HCL-CEO: Ausgezeichnete Mitarbeiterführung

    CeBIT

    Das niedersächsische Wirtschaftsministerium hat Vineet Nayar, Chef des indischen IT-Providers HCL Technologies, für seine Unternehmensphilosophie ausgezeichnet. Sie stellt das Wohl der Mitarbeiter ins Zentrum.  …mehr

  • Apple-Chef Jobs wieder zurück auf der Bühne

    Von wegen halbtot

    Apple-Chef Steve Jobs hat mit seinem Auftritt bei der Vorstellung des neuen iPad die US-Boulevardpresse Lügen gestraft.  …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber 2011 - Klaus Dufner, Compuware

    Anforderungen an Mitarbeiter im Softwarehaus

    Vom 3. bis 16. März beantwortet Klaus Dufner von Compuware Fragen zu Karriereperspektiven in der IT- und in der Softwarebranche.  …mehr

  • Smart Grid Summit - Dem Internet der Energie fehlt noch Spannkraft

    CeBIT

    Die Vision des Smart Grid teilen alle, die Umsetzung der IT-gestützen Energielogistik aber stockt. Der Smart Grid Summit auf der Cebit 2011 zeigt: Es fehlt an Normen, Regularien und Unternehmergeist.  …mehr

  • Unternehmen geben am meisten für CRM aus

    Software-Budgets

    Die Ausgaben für CRM-Systeme sollen in diesem Jahr im Vergleich zu allen anderen Software-Bereichen am stärksten steigen. Das ergab eine Umfrage des Marktforschers Gartner. Danach übernimmt SaaS im CRM-Segment eine Schlüsselrolle.  …mehr

  • Norton Internet Security 2010 im Firewall-Test

    Komplette Sicherheits-Suite

    Mit Norton Internet Security 2010 bietet Symantec eine Sicherheits-Suite für Windows ab Version Windows XP SP 2 an. Enthalten sind ein Virenschutz, Spamfilter und eine Personal Firewall. Letztere muss sich im Test beweisen.  …mehr

  • So finden Sie den optimalen Rack-Server

    Ratgeber Server im Data Center

    Bei der Investitionsentscheidung für Rack-Server kommt es nicht nur auf Rechenleistung und Erweiterbarkeit an. Entscheidend sind auch andere Faktoren wie das Server-Management oder die Klimatisierung im Data Center.  …mehr

  • Neulich…auf der CeBIT

    Skurriles aus Hannover

    Was haben der Berlinale-Bär, ein schwitzender CW-Redakteur und langsame Köche miteinander zu tun? Viel, man kann sie in Hannover finden. Lesen Sie unsere skurrilsten Geschichten von der CeBIT.  …mehr

  • Kündigungsschutz bei Schwerbehinderten

    Arbeitnehmer lässt Frist verstreichen

    Der Arbeitgeber muss von seinem Mitarbeiter innerhalb von drei Wochen über dessen Schwerbehindertenantrag informiert werden.  …mehr

  • Amazon hat Cloud Computing einen Bärendienst erwiesen

    Fujitsu-Manager Reger

    Amazons Reaktion auf Wikileaks berge für die Entwicklung des IT-Marktes ein großes Risiko. Der das sagt, ist nicht irgendwer. Es ist Joseph Reger, Chief Technology Officer bei Fujitsu Technology Solutions.  …mehr

  • IT-Profis verzweifelt gesucht

    Diskussion auf der CeBIT

    IT-Firmen brauchen viele neue Mitarbeiter. Die Personalsuche fällt schwer, weil die Anforderungen hoch, die Arbeit stressig und die Jobs nicht alle sicher sind.  …mehr

  • Killing E-Mail: How One Company Plans Its Demise

    Premium-Inhalt. Many people share similar : the fire hose of junk that permeates spam filters, the irrelevant press releases, the annoying reply-alls. Could the workplace be a better-and more productive place-if employees were free of the balls and chains of e-mail?

  • Sony VAIO Y Series

    Premium-Inhalt. Upon first seeing the new Sony VAIO Y Series laptop (model VPCYB15KX), your first thought will likely be, "That is a very pink laptop." Virtually everyone in the PCWorld offices who saw our test unit felt the need to express just that thought. Of course, that's just this particular test system. If you're neither a 13-year-old girl, nor especially into promoting breast cancer awareness, you can get the system with silver styling instead.

  • AU returns fire at Sharp with LCD display patent suits in US

    Premium-Inhalt. Taiwan's AU Optronics, one of the biggest LCD screen makers in the world, said Thursday it filed two separate lawsuits in the U.S. against Sharp, alleging the infringement of nine LCD screen-related patents in all.

  • Greens to block telco interception bill

    Premium-Inhalt. The Greens will seek to block the Federal Government's proposed Telecommunications Interception and Intelligence Services Legislation Amendment Bill 2010, communications spokesperson, Scott Ludlam has told the Senate.

  • Up close with the iPad 2

    Premium-Inhalt. We've written a lot of words about the new on Wednesday. But now you can see the iPad 2 in action in this video shot just after .

  • What a Groupon Deal: $12,500 IT Consulting Discount

    Premium-Inhalt. Most people know Groupon for its steep discounts on everything from spa packages and restaurants to sporting events and dry cleaning. One thing most Groupon customers aren't used to seeing: a $12,500 discount on IT consulting.

  • How to Buy a Bluetooth Headset or Car Speakerphone

    Premium-Inhalt. A Bluetooth headset or speakerphone can set you free. When paired with a compatible cell phone, a Bluetooth headset or car kit allows you to make calls without having to hold the phone in your hand. And such Bluetooth products are more than just a convenience--in some places, using one is the law. It may be illegal for you to use your cell phone without a headset or speakerphone while driving.

  • Keep Malware Off Your Android Phone: 5 Quick Tips

    Premium-Inhalt. The number of free Android apps that may be this week has increased to more than 50.

  • CommBank: Netbank transfers fixed

    Premium-Inhalt. The Commonwealth Bank (CBA) has confirmed that outstanding issues with its online banking portal NetBank have now been resolved.

  • ACMA to roll out spectrum auction system

    Premium-Inhalt. The Federal Government is moving forward with its plan to sell off Australia's 700MHz spectrum, with the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) signalling its intention to source an auction system to allocate spectrum licences.

  • Consumerisation, virtualisation to force business plan rewrite

    Premium-Inhalt. CIOs have a tough year ahead with the consumerisation of IT and virtualisation set to force IT leaders to rewrite their business plans, four vendors have claimed.

  • Apple reveals iPad 2

    Premium-Inhalt. At a special event in San Francisco Wednesday, Apple unveiled the , the follow-up to the it released last April. The iPad 2 features an all-new design along with new features including built-in cameras and a new gyroscope.

  • Apple previews iOS 4.3

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple gave iOS users a glimpse at what to expect from its forthcoming iOS 4.3 update on Wednesday, when it previewed the mobile operating system at its . iOS 4.3 promises improved Safari performance, wireless media streaming in the form of iTunes Home Sharing, AirPlay improvements, a Personal Hotspot option for the iPhone 4, and a preference setting for the iPad's side switch.

  • iMovie for iOS going universal with new features

    Premium-Inhalt. Editing movies on the go won't be just for iPhone and iPod touch users anymore. On Wednesday, Apple announced a new, universal version of iMovie for iOS with full iPad support, which will hit the App Store in time for the camera-equipped iPad 2's March 11 release.

  • Gillard defends My School 2.0 launch

    Premium-Inhalt. Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, has defended the government's My School 2.0 website against claims that the Australian education system operates on a level playing field.

  • iPad Clearance Sale: Original 16GB Model Drops to $399

    Premium-Inhalt. The goes on sale March 11, but bargain hunters who don't desire Apple's latest and greatest tablet can grab the on the cheap. The is now selling the first-generation, Wi-Fi 16GB iPad for $399, which is $100 off the original price. The pricier models are discounted too. Here's a breakdown:

  • 5 Disappointments with Apple iPad 2

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's iPad 2 is the lighter, we were all expecting, but it's no revolution.

  • Robots Are Now Better Than You at Basketball

    Premium-Inhalt. I'm sure that those of you who are really devoted to robotics know that robots being better than you at sports is nothing new. But is a bit of a different beast.

  • Hands on with iPad 2

    Premium-Inhalt. Immediately after Steve Jobs introduced the iPad 2 Wednesday at the Yerba Buena Theater in San Francisco, California, he invited members of the media to visit a special hands-on area right behind the theater--the same set-up Apple used a year ago to introduce the original iPad. While the iPad 2 won't be available until March 11, we were able to spend some quality time with the iPad 2 today. Here's what we found.

  • How to Browse Privately on Public Wi-Fi For Free

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're a mobile worker and like to go online using public Wi-Fi services, like those in coffee shops, you probably don't realize .

  • Google Android tablets won't overtake Apple's Pad until 2015

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple CEO Steve Jobs said this morning at the unveiling of the iPad 2, "We think 2011 is going to be the year of iPad 2." According to research firm Ovum, Jobs is underselling himself by a few years.

  • Apple's iPhone could be next to get dual-core A5 chip

    Premium-Inhalt. After making its first appearance in the iPad 2, the next stop for Apple's A5 chip could be in the next version of the iPhone, where it would bring a significant boost in graphics and application performance without compromising battery life, analysts said.

  • The iPad event in pictures

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPad led a parade of product announcements Wednesday, and we were on hand in San Francisco to capture it all.

  • Top Story: Grasshopper's 'super secret' game

    Premium-Inhalt. Avant-garde game developer Grasshopper Manufacture announces an impending announcement and throws one hell of a party in this afternoon's Top Story.

  • Star Wars Episode I to Go 3D in 2012

    Premium-Inhalt. Lucasfilm has been busy of late. First came the announcement that the Star Wars films would arrive in 2011 on Blu-ray Disc. Now, comes word that Star Wars: Episode I--The Phantom Menace would revisit theaters in 3D come 2012.

  • Bluetooth Bug Bot Is Remote-Controllable, Sorta Awesome

    Premium-Inhalt. Academy Award-winning sound effects designer Dan Piponi that makes a robot toy remotely maneuverable from a Mac using a Bluetooth network. Basically, Piponi modified a simple hexapod walker from Pololu Robotics and Electronics with a Bluetooth board. Since it runs from the desktop computer, it's capable of more complex walking algorithms than a basic robot toy would be.

  • Four more iOS apps for IT

    Premium-Inhalt. Last week I took a look at three products for iThings (my catch-all term for s, iPod Touchs, and s) that IT would find useful (see ]. OK, maybe the last one, the wasn't strictly "useful", so as a penance this week I have, for your delectation, four more iOS apps that I think you'll want. If you have any to add to the list, let me know. You can also check out my picks as a .

  • Top Story: Super Meat Boy Ultra Edition coming this April

    Premium-Inhalt. Speaking at GDC, Edmund McMillen of Team Meat revealed that PC owners would be getting a special edition of Super Meat Boy at retail. That's your Top Story this morning.

  • Catherine is coming to America

    Premium-Inhalt. Atlus' sexy puzzler Catherine is headed to North American shores. Is there a place for this type of game in today's industry?

  • What Google's Honeycomb Has That Apple's iOS Lacks

    Premium-Inhalt. During the , Apple supplied only a few morsels of what to expect from the version of iOS that will ship with the iPad 2. That's fitting, perhaps, given that what we heard makes sound like only a nominal revision of the operating system. What we didn't hear was anything about the company's plans to take iOS to the next level. As Android continues to ramp up, Apple needs to consider what elements in competing mobile OSs are missing from iOS--and how best to integrate those elements into its winning interface.

  • Top Story: Here's Crysis 2 on PS3

    Premium-Inhalt. Both PC and 360 owners have been treated to a sneak peek at Crysis 2 so far. This morning's Top Story is the announcement that PS3 owners can soon get in on the action.

  • Microsoft's Bing taps into online coupon fever

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft is responding to the online coupon frenzy by adding results about special deals to its Bing search engine, both on its desktop and mobile versions.

  • Fruit Ninja creators announce Machine Gun Jetpack

    Premium-Inhalt. The heavily armed hero from undead-exterminating adventure games  and will return to the iPhone in an all new high-flying adventure, the developer announced on Thursday. Barry Steakfries's newest adventure is Machine Gun Jetpack.

  • NGP uses proprietary flash cards

    Premium-Inhalt. Sony revealed some details about the NGP, including its media format, at a GDC panel last night. That's your Top Story this morning.

  • Nintendo announces Netflix, AT&T hot spots for 3DS

    Premium-Inhalt. During today's Game Developers Conference 2011 keynote speech, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata and Nintendo of America head Reggie Fils-Aime announced new features for the Nintendo 3DS.

  • MacBook Pros (Early 2011)

    Premium-Inhalt. It's been nearly a year since Apple refreshed its line. That's a longer-than-usual gap between updates, but the sport several changes under the hood, including new processors, new graphics processors, and a new peripheral connector. It all translates into performance jumps that were worth the wait.

  • Apple's iPad, other tablets, clobber PC market

    Premium-Inhalt. Even as Apple was taking the wraps off the , one analyst firm was reporting that tablets are wreaking havoc on the PC market.

  • Twitter app update brings new Quick Bar

    Premium-Inhalt. The latest update to the Twitter app for iOS devices allows you to share and access every thought, sight and observation with the world with some new auto-complete typing shortcuts and a new interface feature, just for iPhone users. Sorry, iPad users. Then again, iPad might have the advantage on this one.

  • iPad 2 v BlackBerry PlayBook: 7 Enterprise Considerations

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Jobs tried to dismiss iPad's tablet rivals as "copycats" at Wednesday's iPad 2 launch. But whether Steve likes it or not, the tablet wars are officially on. And this battle will be decided not only by consumers and gadget lovers seeking the latest and greatest slates, but also by businesses and corporate workers looking for the next game-changing productivity tool.

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