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  • Ausgewählte Internet-Informationsquellen zum Erdbeben in Japan

    Twitter und Co

    Nach dem Erdbeben und dem Tsunami in Japan gehört der Kurzmeldungsdienst Twitter zu den schnellsten Informationsquellen. …mehr

  • Wikileaks-"Maulwurf" klagt über Schikane in US-Haft

    Bradley Manning

    Der in US-Militärhaft sitzende mutmaßliche Wikileaks-Informant Bradley Manning hat erstmals selbst über Schikane geklagt. …mehr

  • Software identifiziert Autoren anonymer E-Mails

    Sprachliche Stilmuster

    Kanadische Forscher haben ein Tool entwickelt, das anhand von sprachlichen Stilmustern die Autoren anonymer E-Mails identifizieren kann. …mehr

  • Teenager zeigen Marken kalte Schulter

    Facebook

    Nicht selten wird Facebook als Kommunikations- und Marketing-Eldorado für werbende Unternehmen bejubelt. …mehr

  • Unlocker - jede Datei löschen oder verschieben

    Blockierte Dateien entsperren

    Beim Löschen und Verschieben von Dateien oder Verzeichnissen erhalten Sie eine Fehlermeldung, wenn ein File noch geöffnet oder im Gebrauch ist. Das kostenlose Tool Unlocker schafft Abhilfe und löscht oder verschiebt Files zuverlässig.  …mehr

  • Google startet Personen-Suche für Japan

    Nach Naturkatastrophe

    Nach dem Erdbeben und der Tsunami-Katastrophe in Japan will Google Betroffenen einen Treffpunkt im Netz bieten. …mehr

  • Cloud Computing - womit Sie jetzt anfangen sollten

    CW-Webcast

    Live-Webcast der Computerwoche am 16. März zeigt Unternehmen, was sie jetzt im Bereich Sicherheit und Automation tun können und müssen, um Cloud Computing erfolgreich nutzen zu können.  …mehr

  • Voscherau soll Telekom-Tarifkonflikt schlichten

    Früher Hamburger Bürgermeister

    Der frühere Hamburger Bürgermeister Henning Voscherau (SPD) soll den Tarifkonflikt bei der Deutschen Telekom schlichten. …mehr

  • AOL entlässt 900 Mitarbeiter

    US-Medien

    Der Umbau von AOL zu einem Medienunternehmen kostet viele alteingesessene Mitarbeiter den Arbeitsplatz. …mehr

  • NEU! TecChannel-Buch Virtualisierung und Cloud Computing

    Ratgeber mit über 350 Seiten

    Das zweite TecChannel-Buch ist da! Der über 350 Seiten starke Ratgeber Virtualisierung und Cloud Computing ist ab sofort im TecChannel-Online-Shop versandkostenfrei erhältlich. Sie können zwischen der gedrucken Hardcover-Ausgabe und der eBook-Version wählen.  …mehr

  • Bundesfinanzagentur nach Hinweis auf Sicherheitslücke offline

    CCC

    Der Chaos Computer Club hat die Bundesfinanzagentur auf Sicherheitslücken ihres Internet-Angebots hingewiesen. …mehr

  • Wege zu prozessorientiertem BI

    Business Intelligence

    Business Intelligence soll nicht nur Prozessergebnisse erfassen, sondern den Prozess selbst. Es gibt verschiedene Lösungsansätze. …mehr

  • Apfel-Elektronik als Kunstobjekt

    Erste i-Ausstellung

    Wer auf seinem Telefon kein Apfel-Symbol hat, ist unterhaltungselektronisch ziemlich out.  …mehr

  • Schutzschild für Smartphone-Daten

    Test Certgate Protector

    Mit Hilfe des "Certgate Protector"können Firmen die Daten auf Windows-Mobile-Geräten schützen und Funktionen ab- oder zuschalten. Die COMPUTERWOCHE hat die Lösung auf Leib und Nieren getestet. …mehr

  • Fachwissen allein reicht für IT-Karriere nicht

    Generalist oder Spezialist?

    Generalist oder Spezialist? Das war die Frage, wenn es um die Laufbahnplanung von IT-Kräften ging. Zunehmend gewinnt ein Mitarbeitertyp an Bedeutung, der die Stärken des Generalisten und Spezialisten in sich vereint.  …mehr

  • Exchange by TouchDown - Professionell synchronisieren

    Die App des Tages

    Die Android-App "Exchange by TouchDown" von NitroDesk erlaubt die Synchronisation mit mehreren Exchange-Konten.  …mehr

  • So funktioniert TV am PC

    Kabel, Satellit oder Internet

    Ob Kabel, Satellit oder Internet – wir zeigen Ihnen, wie Sie das TV-Programm auf Ihren PC-Monitor holen. Das geht auch mit Gratis-Tools.  …mehr

  • Seagate Barracuda Green 2000GB ST2000DL003 im Test

    Flotte Öko-Festplatte

    Die Seagate Barracuda Green 2000GB stellte mit 377 MB/s einen neuen Transferrekord im Test auf. Doch die 3,5-Zoll-Festplatte ist nicht nur schnell, sondern auch ökologisch wertvoll. …mehr

  • Freecom Hard Drive XS 3.0 1 TB im Test

    Flüsterleise externe 3,5-Zoll-Festplatte

    Die Freecom Hard Drive XS 3.0 1 TB verzauberte im Test durch ihre himmlische Laufruhe. Doch die externe 3,5-Zoll-Festplatte erlaubte sich auch einen unverzeihlichen Schnitzer.  …mehr

  • PC, Telefon, E-Mail - was sagen Arbeitgeber und Datenschutz?

    Telekommunikation im Job

    Welche betrieblichen Kommunikationsmittel Arbeitnehmer nutzen dürfen und welche Kontrollmöglichkeiten der Arbeitgeber hat, zeigen Dr. Sebastian Kraska und Alma Lena Fritz.  …mehr

  • Wo das meiste Geld verschwendet wird

    IT-Branche

    Die IT ist in sechs Bereichen ein Fass ohne Boden. Lesen Sie, wie Sie Ihre Finanzen in Sicherheit bringen.  …mehr

  • Yahoo's TV widget store delayed for consumers

    Premium-Inhalt. An online store for lightweight "widget" applications built for the Yahoo Connected TV platform will not open to consumers this month, as originally planned.

  • Antitrust subcommittee to investigate search, broadband

    Premium-Inhalt. A U.S. Senate subcommittee focused on antitrust and consumer-protection issues will investigate competition in the search-engine and broadband markets over the next two years, the subcommittee chairman announced.

  • 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.

  • iPhone, BlackBerry tumble to Pwn2Own hackers

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's iPhone 4 and RIM's BlackBerry Torch 9800 both succumbed to hackers today at Pwn2Own, but two other smartphones running Android and Windows Phone 7 were unchallenged, the contest's sponsor said.

  • Back Up Your Web E-Mail Account

    Premium-Inhalt. Yes, we know--it's hard enough to remember to back up your desktop, your laptop, your smartphone, and your tablet, and now we want you to think about backing up your cloud-based e-mail account, too.

  • Apple's iPad Faces a Mounting Challenge by Android Army

    Premium-Inhalt. Last summer, Apple was far ahead of its would-be competitors: It not only led the tablet pack, it dominated, with 93 percent of the market share for shipments in the third quarter of 2010, according IDC. This summer promises to be a different game, though, with a dramatically different playing field. A flood of competitors to Apple's iPad 2-including the RIM PlayBook, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Motorola Xoom, and HP TouchPad-will be shipping by then. Apple may still retain its leadership position, but it can expect competition.

  • The Sound of Music (And Random Data Files and Programs)

    Premium-Inhalt. Have you ever wondered what an MS Paint file sounds like? How about a PDF file, or how about a whole program? Now you can find out, and it's as simple as 1, 2, 3.

  • Top Story: DC Universe Online coming soon to PSN

    Premium-Inhalt. This morning's Top Story is the news that Sony's PS3-based MMO will soon be getting a downloadable release via PSN.

  • Travel security in the Middle East and North Africa

    Premium-Inhalt. Many of us watch the events in the Middle East and North Africa unfold from afar. But for businesses with operations in these global regions of political unrest, protests, rebel uprising and deteriorating security often force difficult and immediate decisions for the sake of keeping .

  • LinkedIn Today: Tour What This Service Can Do for You

    Premium-Inhalt. LinkedIn has launched a beta product called ""--a social news service that aggregates the top headlines and stories related to your industry and based on what your connections share.

  • Microsoft says later, bigger WP7 update on track

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft on Thursday confirmed a delay to the Windows Phone 7 update that includes cut and paste, but the company said it is still on track to deliver an even bigger update by the end of the year.

  • Flip Floppers: When Tech Execs Contradict Themselves

    Premium-Inhalt. Doing an about-face on key issues: It's not just for politicians anymore. Tech honchos like Ellison, Schmidt and Ballmer do it from time to time -- even the mighty Steve Jobs is guilty.

  • HP Targets SMBs with New All-in-One PC

    Premium-Inhalt. A new, all-in-one PC from is aimed squarely at small business users with a 20-inch monitor, space-saving design and a choice of both processors and operating systems.

  • W3C issues compact XML standard

    Premium-Inhalt. The World Wide Web Consortium on Thursday issued a standard for a compact form of for use on smartphones and devices with memory or bandwidth constraints.

  • With hacking, music can take control of your car

    Premium-Inhalt. About 300 years ago, the English playwright William Congreve wrote, "music has charms to soothe a savage breast, to soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak." This week we learned that it can also help hackers break into your car.

  • iPad 2 opens to big lines in US

    Premium-Inhalt. Braving rain and cold, eager customers lined up on Friday outside Apple's retail store on Fifth Avenue in New York to purchase the iPad 2, which officially went on sale at 5 p.m. Eastern Time.

  • FTC officially closes Twitter security investigation

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has closed the book on its legal action against Twitter, stemming from where high-profile Twitter users -- including President Barack Obama -- lost control of their accounts.

  • Work More Efficiently in Windows with Keyboard Shortcuts

    Premium-Inhalt. Since the first Macintosh hit the street in 1984, the PC experience has been about point-and-click interaction with a graphical user interface. There are times, however, where stopping what you're doing to use the mouse to perform simple tasks actually interrupts productivity and slows you down. Try to .

  • Cro-Mag Rally adds new multiplaying modes, maps

    Premium-Inhalt. The popular caveman racing game has gotten another update for iPad and iPhone gamers, even though it's still technically stuck in the Stone Age.

  • GDC Roundup: Blackstar, DJ Rivals, and Death Rally announced

    Premium-Inhalt. The Game Developers Conference wrapped up last week, and many new games were announced. Here are a few that stood out.

  • Hands on with iOS 4.3

    Premium-Inhalt. You might describe iOS 4 as a long-term investment. While brought us the much-demanded multitasking, haven't been restricted to mere bug fixes. Instead, we've gotten a slew of noticeable, if not major, improvements: AirPlay, AirPrint, Game Center, and so on. The is no exception, bringing not only a couple of significant enhancements in the form of the Personal Hotspot feature and Home Sharing, but also some smaller niceties as well.

  • Wi-Fi 802.11n: Still evolving

    Premium-Inhalt. This vendor-written tech primer has been edited by Network World to eliminate product promotion, but readers should note it will likely favor the submitter’s approach.

  • Quake and IT: Shaking in Tokyo, waiting in San Diego

    Premium-Inhalt. When the earthquake struck in Japan mid-afternoon, Jason Park was in his office in Tokyo on the 39th floor. It started with a mild tremor, something that happens every few months.

  • Legit Ways to Help Japan Earthquake, Tsunami Victims

    Premium-Inhalt. The shocking images, videos and reports coming out of Japan in the aftermath of today's tsunami and earthquake leave a lot of us thinking "What can I do to help if I live so far away?" Writing a sympathetic Facebook status update or Tweet is a nice gesture, but it isn't exactly proactive. Thankfully, you can help--even if you're thousands of miles away. Relief efforts for Japan are already starting to pop up in the form of mobile donations and web forms through many well-known charitable and disaster relief organizations. But be aware: While mobile donations are certainly the quickest way to donate, they are not always the most effective.

  • Dramatic Videos, Photos Emphasize Scope of Japan Earthquake

    Premium-Inhalt. Yesterday's 8.9-magnitude earthquake in Japan has been captured on video by people all over the world on their smartphones and digital cameras. They're uploading to Twitter, YouTube, and CNN'S iReport, among many other sites.

  • Whitelisting on its own not a substitute for antivirus software

    Premium-Inhalt. that prevents unauthorized software from running on corporate servers and PCs is a way to prevent malware attacks but managing the package keeps the Burton Group, a division of Gartner, from recommending it as a substitute for traditional antivirus software.

  • Wall Street Beat: IBM, Apple riding high

    Premium-Inhalt. Passing the second anniversary of the Great Recession's market low this week, the technology sector remains a pillar for corporate revenue and investor confidence, as industry bellwethers like IBM and Apple make impressive share gains.

  • IBM at 100: Big Blue brings on Hollywood to tell its birthday story

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM wants to see itself through the as it .

  • Flash Player 10.2 readied for Android tablets

    Premium-Inhalt. Adobe's Flash Player 10.2 for Google Android devices will be available March 18, offering preliminary support for Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets, such as the Motorola Xoom, Adobe said on Friday.

  • Google, Amazon face lawsuits over search

    Premium-Inhalt. Software development company MasterObjects sued Amazon and Google this week, charging the companies with infringing on a patent for technology that presents possible complete search terms as users type in a search bar.

  • Sony PlayStation 3 No Longer Banned in Netherlands

    Premium-Inhalt. Wait, you hadn't heard Sony's PlayStation 3 was banned in the Netherlands? Well it was, however briefly, thanks to a court order earlier this month that temporarily froze imports of the game console, culminating in the impounding of some 300,000 systems. Believe it or not, the same court order also allowed LG to seize newly purchased PS3s already in Dutch homes.

  • No iPads Allowed in This Week in GeekTech

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPad 2 might be a great gadget, but if you're like me, you're probably more interested in some of the other stuff going on in the tech universe this week (and I have an original iPad sitting right next to me as I type this). Like, say, a historic space flight that came to an end. Or a slot machine that serves up drinks. So step away from that iPad! It's time for This Week in GeekTech.

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