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  • Nokia erwartet Lieferprobleme nach Japan-Katastrophe

    Erdbeben

    Der weltweit größte Handyhersteller Nokia erwartet Lieferengpässe im Gefolge der Erdbeben- und Tsunami-Katastrophe in Japan. …mehr

  • Telekom-Deal dürfte in USA harte Kartellprüfung bevorstehen

    Experten

    Die Übernahme des US-Mobilfunkgeschäfts der Deutschen Telekom durch den Branchenriesen AT&T ist nach Experteneinschätzung noch nicht in trockenen Tüchern. …mehr

  • 500 Experten beraten über Software-Sicherheit

    ETAPS

    Der Bankautomat verweigert die Kreditkarte, die Rücküberweisung zu viel gezahlter Lohnsteuer verzögert sich oder Fluggäste können nicht einchecken. …mehr

  • Yahoo! informiert über personenbezogene Werbung

    Targeting

    Yahoo! will die Akzeptanz personenbezogener Werbung steigern. …mehr

  • IBM hat in Südkorea und China systematisch geschmiert

    Vergleich mit der SEC

    IBM zahlt zehn Millionen Dollar an die US-Börsenaufsicht Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) wegen früherer Schmiergeldzahlungen in Asien.  …mehr

  • Telekom setzt nach US-Verkauf auf organisches Wachstum

    "Mehr als nur Netzbetreiber"

    Die Deutsche Telekom will nach dem Verkauf ihrer US-Mobilfunksparte die übrigen Geschäftsfelder stärken und ausbauen. …mehr

  • Bieterwettkampf um Kabel BW - kein Börsengang?

    "Handelsblatt"

    Der angestrebte Börsengang von Kabel Baden-Württemberg könnte laut einem Pressebericht noch platzen. …mehr

  • iPhone-Nutzer sind am zufriedensten

    Neue Studie

    In einer US-Studie zur Kundenzufriedenheit schneidet das Apple-Handy am besten ab. Abgeschlagen auf den Plätzen zwei und drei folgen die Android-Geräte von Motorola und HTC. …mehr

  • Power Tube 2200 - Mehr Saft für iPhone und iPod

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit dem Power Tube 2200 von MiPow lassen sich verschiedenste Smartphones sowie iPods schnell unterwegs aufladen. …mehr

  • Intel wollte Todd Bradley bei HP abwerben

    "WSJ"

    Einem Pressebericht zufolge hat Intel vergeblich versucht, HP den PC-Spartenchef Todd Bradley abzuwerben.  …mehr

  • Schmerzvoller Abschied - Telekom verkauft US-Geschäft

    Analyse

    Vor zehn Jahren kaufte der damalige Telekom-Chef Ron Sommer sich auf dem US-Mobilfunkmarkt zu einem Wahnsinnspreis von 40 Milliarden Euro ein. …mehr

  • Telekom gibt in den USA auf

    T-Mobile USA soll an AT&T gehen

    Die Deutsche Telekom zieht die Reißleine und beendet das lange als Hoffnungsträger bezeichnete Engagement als Mobilfunkbetreiber in den USA. …mehr

  • Acer TravelMate 8372 im Test

    13-Zoll-LED-Display, UMTS, Core i5

    Mehr als acht Stunden Laufzeit verspricht Acer für die Notebooks der TimelineX-Serie. Das ist keineswegs zu viel versprochen, wie der Test des 13-Zoll-Modells TravelMate 8372 eindrucksvoll belegt.  …mehr

  • So finden Sie den richtigen Blade-Server

    Marktübersicht

    Blade-Server im Data Center sparen Platz, Energie und damit IT-Kosten. Lesen Sie, worauf es bei der Auswahl ankommt und verschaffen Sie sich einen Überblick über das breite Angebot. …mehr

  • Cisco sets the bar for mobile security

    Premium-Inhalt. has been a leader in remote access VPNs since 1999, and its latest release, the AnyConnect Secure Mobility Solution, will make both end users and network managers very happy, despite a few rough parts.

  • Proxy configurations: The lesser of two evils

    Premium-Inhalt. As we tested the IronPort S-Series, we quickly ran into an old and unsolved problem with enterprise Web proxies: how to get end user browsers to actually use the proxy.

  • Cisco has long history with VPNs

    Premium-Inhalt. In 1999, Network World tested a dozen VPNs, with a product from Altiga Networks coming in tied for second place. Our main complaint was the lack of split-tunneling capability, a feature that was quickly added.

  • SMBs might feel left out in the cold

    Premium-Inhalt. 's AnyConnect Secure Mobility Solution is a two-box enterprise play that poses some problems for small and midsized businesses.

  • If you bought 100 shares of MSFT 25 years ago …

    Premium-Inhalt. It's March 13, 1986: , founded more than a decade earlier and already a powerhouse in the world of personal computer software, executes an initial public stock offering that will raise $61 million for the company and leave 30-year-old co-founder Bill Gates unfathomably wealthy.

  • Tall tales and the Duck test

    Premium-Inhalt. "If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck."

  • Australia a magnet for IT pros: recruiter

    Premium-Inhalt. Australia is becoming an increasingly attractive destination for developers and other IT professionals, according to AbsoluteIT's latest Employee Intentions Survey.

  • Chess Game Moves Its Own Pieces; Up Next: Wizard Chess

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're like me and you love to play a game of chess, you know that finding a partner on your skill level can be pretty hard. That often leaves you stuck playing , competing on , or playing against your computer on a game like (popular in Vista and 7). But playing on a computer makes for a huge problem; there is a lack of dimensionality since your screen is only 2D, and sometimes it nice to be able to wander around the board and look at it from different angles. You certainly can't do that playing on a monitor.

  • Jelly-Like Muscles Give Robots More Flexibility

    Premium-Inhalt. Scientists have been trying for decades to make robots seem more and lifelike, and they've come a long way with everything from making a based on organic matter to making to . But even with all these new advances no robot has the same muscle movements of a human...until now.

  • Remains of the Day: The iPad 2 heard round the world

    Premium-Inhalt. Rumors percolate about international iPad 2 delays, Jony Ive will likely stay in sunny California, and how your wife could help you get a free iPad 2. But the remainders for Monday, March 21, 2011 remind you that there's no such thing as a free lunch.

  • Twitter turns 5, but how will it survive?

    Premium-Inhalt. As Twitter hits its 5th birthday, industry analysts wonder where the company will go from here.

  • Ovum: Consumerisation driving proliferation of gov't data

    Premium-Inhalt. The proliferation of data in government organisations is being fuelled by the consumerisation of IT, according to analyst firm, Ovum.

  • Add a Fake Magnifying Glass to a Photo

    Premium-Inhalt. Enlarge a detail in your photo by peering through a fake magnifying glass Once you take a photo with a digital camera, you can do pretty much anything you want with it. You can tweak the exposure, colors, and cropping. If you're feeling more creative, you can insert a UFO or. A few readers have asked me how to add a magnification effect, as if there's a magnifying glass lying on top of the photo. It's pretty easy to do.

  • Bankwest launches new website, iPhone app

    Premium-Inhalt. Bankwest's will take advantage of crowd-sourcing with user-generated comparisons and a range of new online-shopping inspired functions designed to reflect a more retail, customer-centric perspective.

  • Smart Metering in the United States: by the Numbers

    Premium-Inhalt. On March 8, IDC Energy Insights launched the , a new data product tracking global deployments and shipments of Smart Meters. Unlike FERC and the , which count both retrofitted electromechanical meters and meters with one-way communications, IDC's tracker focuses on truly 'advanced' metering and communications solutions; IDC defines a "smart meter" as a solid-state electric meter with integrated two-way communications.

  • 75 million years in the making: The $11m iPad 2

    Premium-Inhalt. An iPad 2 worth five million pounds, or NZ$11m, is being sold by a Liverpool designer. The iPad 2 has sections of a Tyrannosaurus Rex's thigh bone shaved into the front frame.

  • Huawei unveils smartphones and tablet in Dubai

    Premium-Inhalt. The Chinese telecommunications equipment company Huawei today entered the Middle East consumer market by introducing four smartphones and one tablet, all powered by Google's Android operating system. The devices will be sold through telecommunications providers as well as through retail outlets directly to consumers, via IMS, Huawei's distributor in the UAE.

  • Top Story: Video game software sales top $33 billion in 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. The video game software sales figures for last year are in, and it's clear that the digital sector is snapping at retail's heels.

  • 10 Ways Linux Is Making Life Better

    Premium-Inhalt. Linux has long played a leading role , due in large part to its stability, security and lower total cost of ownership (TCO). What many don't realize, however, is just how ubiquitous it's becoming in other parts of life as well.

  • Take a photo of yourself every day with Everyday

    Premium-Inhalt. Admit it: you've always wanted to create one of those " " videos, but found the actual workflow of to be on the tedious side (never mind the work of actually organizing all those photos together into a video). But if you carry a camera-enabled iOS device, might be able to help you jump on the cool-yet-narcissistic bandwagon.

  • Three New Search Engines Worth Checking Out

    Premium-Inhalt. . Somebody who's never seen a computer might think that's the cast of a 1930s knockabout comedy. But we know them as the three big players in the search engine marketplace.

  • AT&T's T-Mobile acquisition may benefit iPhone users

    Premium-Inhalt. The news that from its parent company Deutsche Telekom came as a surprise, even to those who keep close tabs on the wireless technology field. But, in the wake of the announcement, questions have already begun to arise about what the deal means for the future of the iPhone.

  • Adobe Fixes Zero-Day Flaw in Flash Player

    Premium-Inhalt. Adobe is releasing updates today to address a in Flash Player--and the authplay.dll element used in Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat--that was announced last week. Time to get patching.

  • Systemic Risk, RSA Security Breach, and a Can of Worms

    Premium-Inhalt. This morning we posted a set of essential guidance following the disclosure by EMC/RSA of a breach to their core SecurID system. You can find the guidance at the following URL

  • AMD hires former HP executive as CIO

    Premium-Inhalt. AMD on Monday continued shuffling its senior executive ranks, appointing former Hewlett-Packard executive Mike Wolfe as its chief information officer.

  • AT&T's T-Mobile deal shows importance of spectrum

    Premium-Inhalt. AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA was driven in large part by the quest for radio spectrum, a commodity that rarely crosses the minds of mobile consumers but plays a big role in carriers' decision-making.

  • US government sides against Microsoft in Supreme Court patent case

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. government itself has come out against in a Supreme Court case that may decide the way patents are protected.

  • Will AT&T's T-Mobile buy lead to a duopoly?

    Premium-Inhalt. AT&T's announced acquisition of T-Mobile yesterday continues a decade-long trend of consolidation in the industry and raises questions about whether the industry will inevitably turn into a duopoly.

  • Protect your privacy: browse the Web safely

    Premium-Inhalt. When you browse the Web, it's like you've allowed a bunch of companies to implant a tracking device in your arm and a small camera in your head, recording where you go and what you look at. Thanks to ad networks, search engines, ISPs, and social networks, your online activities are tracked, analyzed, and sold. But there are a few things you can do to maintain some degree of privacy.

  • Study: Virtual medicine as effective as physical doc visits

    Premium-Inhalt. Results of showed that patients can be treated virtually by physicians as effectively as if the patients made physical visits to the doctor's office. In another finding, the remote treatment also improved doctor-patient communications.

  • Eclipse offers hosted access to Web dev tools effort

    Premium-Inhalt. The Eclipse Foundation is offering on Monday beta access to a hosted version of the organization's planned Orion platform for building and integrating Web development tools.

  • Career Watch: A new perspective on older workers

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