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  • Warmer Geldregen für Entwickler der "Angry Birds"

    Rovio

    Die Computerspielfiguren "Angry Birds" wollen so allgegenwärtig werden die Micky Maus und bekommen dafür eine Kapitalspritze von 42 Millionen Dollar. …mehr

  • Neue Hinweise auf iPhone 5 mit Dual-Core-Prozessor

    Tief in iOS 4.3

    Die ersten Gerüchte über die Ausstattung des iPhone 5 scheinen bestätigt. …mehr

  • Interview-Projekt erkundet Deutschland

    David Lynch presents

    Wie sieht ein ganz normales Leben aus? Der amerikanische Regisseur David Lynch ("Blue Velvet") hat für ein Interview-Projekt Deutschland entdeckt. …mehr

  • Telekom-Tarifverhandlung gescheitert

    Verdi

    Der Tarifkonflikt bei der Deutschen Telekom läuft aller Voraussicht nach in die Schlichtung. …mehr

  • Teldafax-Eigentümer ziehen Notbremse

    Vorstände abgesetzt

    Chefwechsel bei Teldafax: Die Eigentümer des Billigstromanbieters haben Konsequenzen aus der Schieflage des Unternehmens gezogen und bauen die Führung um. …mehr

  • Absatz von Android-Smartphones explodiert in Westeuropa

    IDC-Studie

    Der Absatz von Smartphones mit dem Betriebssystem Android ist im vergangenen Jahr geradezu explodiert. …mehr

  • Brother DCP-9010CN im Test

    Kombidrucker

    Das Farblaser-Kombigerät Brother DCP-9010CN bietet die Druckersprachen PCL 6 sowie Postscript 3 und erreichte im Test ordentliche Leistungswerte. Allerdings ist es nicht gerade billig im Unterhalt. …mehr

  • Flare macht Fotos am Mac einfach schöner

    Von Iconfactory und Artis Software

    Flare, eine neue Software zur Nachbearbeitung von digitalen Fotos, ist seit heute im Mac App Store erhältlich.  …mehr

  • Turing-Preis 2010 für Arbeiten zur KI vergeben

    ACM

    Der Turing-Preis für Forschungen zur Künstlichen Intelligenz ist einem britischen Wissenschaftler verliehen worden, der die Lernfähigkeit von Computern vorangetrieben hat. …mehr

  • Bill Gates ist zu wohltätig für den "Forbes"-Spitzenplatz

    Die Superreichen

    Microsoft-Gründer Bill Gates ist in der aktuellen "Forbes"-Liste der reichsten Menschen der Welt erneut nur die Nummer zwei - allerdings aus eigener Schuld. …mehr

  • Verkauft HP sein PC-Geschäft an Samsung?

    Donnerstagsgerücht

    HP könnte laut einem Bericht der chinesischsprachigen "Commercial Times" sein PC-Geschäft an Samsung verkaufen.  …mehr

  • Woran Multisourcing noch scheitert

    3 Ratschläge von Forrester

    Beim Multisourcing sind Innovation und Qualität oft nicht berauschend, wie Forrester in einer Umfrage herausfand. IT-Dienstleister fügen sich immer weniger der Subunternehmer-Rolle. Das zwingt Anwender, die Beziehungen besser zu steuern.  …mehr

  • Mehr als zehn Millionen Kinects verkauft

    Microsoft

    Microsoft hat nach eigenen Angaben mittlerweile mehr als zehn Millionen "Kinect"-Bewegungssteuerungen für seine Spielekonsole Xbox 360 verkauft.  …mehr

  • Leitfaden für den erfolgreichen SAP-BW-Betrieb

    Ratgeber

    Viele SAP-Anwender setzen für Analysen auf das Business Warehouse. Um die Performance auf hohem Niveau zu halten und die Kosten nicht aus dem Ruder laufen zu lassen, gilt es jedoch einige Punkte zu beachten. …mehr

  • Firefox 4 nähert sich der Vollendung

    Release Candidate

    Mozilla hat den (ersten?) Release Candidate seines nächsten Browsers "Firefox 4" veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Nachholbedarf bei Optimierung der Geschäftsprozesse

    TechConsult Mittelstandsstudie

    IT-Investitionen beeinflussen den Erfolg mittelständischer Fertigungsbetriebe in Deutschland maßgeblich. Das ergab eine aktuelle Studie von TechConsult. Dennoch nutzt die Branche das Potenzial von Business-Software nicht aus.  …mehr

  • Thodio MacDec verbindet kabellose Tastatur und Magic Trackpad

    Gadget des Tages

    Das MacDec aus dem Hause Thodio verbindet Apples kabelloses Keyboard mit dem Magic Trackpad. …mehr

  • Pentax Optio W90

    Outdoor-Kamera im Test

    Die Pentax Optio W90 ist wasserfest bis sechs Meter Tiefe, staubdicht und soll auch einen Sturz aus maximal 1,2 Metern aushalten. Lesen Sie im Test, wie die Kamera in Sachen Bildqualität abgeschnitten hat. …mehr

  • Report: HP CEO, directors broke rules in new board nominees

    Premium-Inhalt. HP CEO Leo Apotheker and three directors broke company rules by participating in the nomination of five new board members, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.

  • Safari, IE hacked first at Pwn2Own

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's Safari and Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) both fell to the first hackers who tried their luck on the browsers at Wednesday's opening day of Pwn2Own.

  • Verizon offers refunds for fraudulent SMS messages

    Premium-Inhalt. Verizon on Wednesday said that it filed a lawsuit this week against a group of people and related companies that it alleges duped people into signing up and getting charged for premium short message services.

  • Optus calls for NBN volume discounts

    Premium-Inhalt. Optus will push for NBN Co to be given the power to offer volume discounts to service providers on the National Broadband Network (NBN) under legislation currently in Senate Committees hearing.

  • Windows Phone 7 update may be delayed

    Premium-Inhalt. An official in French says that the first substantial update for Windows Phone devices may not come until the end of the month, a week or two later than expected.

  • Top Story: ICO/Shadow of the Colossus HD may be delayed

    Premium-Inhalt. This morning's Top Story is the rumor that the eagerly-awaited ICO and Shadow of the Colossus remakes may have been delayed to the holiday season.

  • Android app builders unfazed by Oracle lawsuit

    Premium-Inhalt. Although Oracle is suing Google over the search giant's Android mobile software platform, developers at an Android developer event this week remained undaunted in backing the platform.

  • Control Space, Time With NASA's Eyes on the Solar System

    Premium-Inhalt. The latest visualization tool (or toy?) from NASA is a work of art: Called , this 3D rendering of our cosmic neighborhood lets you explore planets, asteroids, and witness spacecraft encountering comets and moons. Powered by the gaming engine, Eyes provides a stunning view of your favorite celestial bodies from a satellite's perspective.

  • Global Capital Fight Threatens as Refi Bubble Looms: Study

    Premium-Inhalt. A just-released pictures elements of a major split between large, cash-rich businesses and small-to-midsized companies with higher leverage, as both face growing cash challenges in a worrisome global economy.

  • Remains of the Day: Plastic surgery

    Premium-Inhalt. Quicker than you can say QuickBar, your credit card number can get stolen by people who use Square--or people who can read. These are your remainders for Wednesday, March 9, 2011.

  • IPv6 Anytime Soon? Don't Bet on It

    Premium-Inhalt. There's maybe never been a better time to be a network engineer--that is, . Businesses are crying out for individuals to help create next-generation networking circuits, and the heat has been turned up as in June, during which many of the Internet's most popular properties will open IPv6 entrances to give the technology the biggest test it's ever had.

  • Mozilla releases Firefox 4.0 release candidate

    Premium-Inhalt. The Mozilla Foundation has issued the first release candidate of Firefox version 4.0, finishing beta development cycle for the browser.

  • Verizon offers refunds for fraudulent SMS messages

    Premium-Inhalt. Verizon on Wednesday said that it filed a lawsuit this week against a group of people and related companies that it alleges duped people into signing up and getting charged for premium short message services.

  • Jackpot! Hackers Make a Slot Machine That Mixes Drinks

    Premium-Inhalt. Brooklyn-based hackerspace has built a drink-mixing slot machine inspired by , and we're itching to spin. Created as an entry into VIMBY and Scion's , a hardware hacking competition to give existing devices a totally new function, this winning mod beat out the entries of four other hackerspaces. With a $3000 supply budget and the rule that the hack must include a movie reference, NYC Resistor members set about shaping their solution to this open-ended challenge.

  • Aircell to boost in-flight Wi-Fi speed

    Premium-Inhalt. In-flight Wi-Fi provider Aircell unveiled plans for its second generation of wireless links from aircraft to the Internet on Wednesday, promising higher capacity and the capability to offer its service outside the U.S.

  • Chrome 10 pushes the browser speed barrier

    Premium-Inhalt. As Web sites become increasingly complex, streaming media becomes more common, and applications migrate from PC-client-based to Web-based, it becomes increasingly important for browsers to be as fast and responsive as possible. In fact, if you spend most of your life in Web-based apps, a speedy browser has gone from being a nice-to-have to a must-have.

  • MTN joins Germany's GIZ on e-waste program in Africa

    Premium-Inhalt. As Africa continues grappling with increasing imports of ICT equipment without a corresponding rise in recycling capacity, regional mobile operator MTN has teamed up with Germany-based Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), to foster development for e-waste handlers in the region.

  • Why Putting WebOS on Multiple HP Devices Is Good

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard CEO Leo Apotheker has made it clear: Starting next year, the company's mobile operating system will run on pretty much every laptop or desktop that HP ships. And that's good news for HP customers--and end users in general--who increasingly find themselves juggling more and more data across multiple computing devices.

  • If set on iPad 2, your next decision: Where to buy?

    Premium-Inhalt. If you have decided on , your next decision is where to buy it: your local Apple store, online, from Verizon Wireless or AT&T? Here are the basics to help you decide which way to go on Friday.

  • Sorry IE9 & Firefox, Here's Why I'm Sticking With Chrome

    Premium-Inhalt. The battle of the browsers is heating up this week, with Microsoft for the final version of Internet Explorer 9, Firefox of Firefox 4 and Google .

  • Cisco teams with Main One in West Africa

    Premium-Inhalt. The first privately owned submarine network cable company in West Africa, Main One Cable Company, will be deploying Cisco Systems' Internet Protocol Next-Generation Network (IP NGN) technology to increase its broadband capacity.

  • Senators question how WikiLeaks breach happened

    Premium-Inhalt. U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning allegedly was able to copy hundreds of thousands of classified documents from a U.S. Department of Defense network because military officials were more focused on getting critical information to troops quickly than on security, witnesses told a U.S. Senate committee Thursday.

  • Can you go to jail for link aggregation?

    Premium-Inhalt. "This domain name has been seized by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Special Agent in Charge New York Office in accordance with a seizure warrant obtained by the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York. / It is unlawful to reproduce or distribute copyrighted material, such as movies, music, software or games, without authorization."

  • Google Adds Site-Blocking Option to Search

    Premium-Inhalt. Ever wish you could keep certain sites from showing up in your Google search results? Thanks to a new feature being rolled out right now, you can.

  • Dell can thank iPad for push over Acer

    Premium-Inhalt. Sales of Apple's iPad battered Acer's netbooks and notebooks sales so badly that Dell was able to regain its second-place position in the global PC market.

  • Best Buy, Target, Walmart will also sell iPad 2

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're planning to buy the iPad 2 during the expected rush on Friday afternoon, you might want to consider retailers such as Best Buy, Walmart and Target instead of the Apple retail stores or the two major U.S. carriers.

  • Apple's iOS 4.3 a welcome update for iPad, iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's update for iOS 4, released Wednesday (), offers a number of changes and new features for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch owners, plus 59 security patches for the mobile version of Safari.

  • Clearwire loses CEO, two other top leaders

    Premium-Inhalt. Three top executives of mobile WiMax operator Clearwire are leaving the company, including CEO Bill Morrow, who will be replaced for the time being by Chairman John Stanton.

  • Apple's iPad fends off all comers, says survey

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's rivals have lost headway in convincing American consumers to pick their tablets over the iPad, a market researcher said today.

  • Is GPS About to Be Broken?

    Premium-Inhalt. Could you live without your ?

  • BuddyGuard turns an iPhone into a lifeline monitor

    Premium-Inhalt. Lots of apps promise to make your life eaiser. But MPower Labs' offers to actually your life.

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