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  • HP bewertet noch Schäden aus Japan-Katastrophen

    Erdbeben

    Der weltgrößte Computerhersteller Hewlett-Packard (HP) kann die Auswirkungen der Katastrophen in Japan auf sein Geschäft noch nicht abschließend einschätzen. …mehr

  • Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger lehnt "digitalen Radiergummi" ab

    Justizministerin

    Einen "digitalen Radiergummi" zur Löschung privater Daten im Internet lehnt Bundesjustizministerin Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger ab. …mehr

  • Microsoft startet nächste Patentklage gegen Android

    Opfer diesmal B&N

    Microsoft verschärft den Kampf gegen Googles Smartphone-Betriebssystem Android mit einer neuen Patentklage. …mehr

  • iPad-2-Verkauf in Deutschland Freitag ab 17 Uhr

    Apple

    Apple teilt mit, dass das iPad 2 in Deutschland und 24 weiteren Ländern außerhalb der USA wie geplant am Freitag (25. März) in den Handel kommt.  …mehr

  • Intel verliert Mobilgeräte-Chef Chandrasekher

    UMG

    Anand Chandrasekher, Senior Vice President und General Manager der Ultra Mobility Group (UMG) von Intel, verlässt das Unternehmen.  …mehr

  • Blackberry Playbook kommt am 19. April für 499 US-Dollar

    Marktstart in Nordamerika

    Das Blackberry Playbook steht kurz vor dem Marktstart. Bei der US-Handelskette Bestbuy kann man das Gerät schon vorbestellen. …mehr

  • Große Netzbetreiber wollen Innovation vorantreiben

    Open Networking Foundation

    Mit der Deutschen Telekom, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Verizon und Yahoo! haben sich sechs TK- und Internetriesen zur Open Networking Foundation (ONF) zusammengeschlossen.  …mehr

  • Opera Mini 6 und Opera Mobile 11 vorgestellt

    Neue Mobile-Browser

    Die neuen Programme der norwegischen Browser-Schmiede bringen unter anderem ein verbessertes Scrollen und Zoomen, Opera Mobile 11 wurde zudem für die Nutzung auf Tablets optimiert.  …mehr

  • LG Optimus Speed kommt noch im März nach Deutschland

    Dualcore-Smartphone

    In seinem Blog hat der koreanische Hersteller LG bekannt gegeben, dass das Dualcore-Smartphone spätestens zum 31. März in den deutschen Handel kommen wird.  …mehr

  • Architekturkompetenz bleibt im Hause

    Umfrage unter Versicherungen

    Beim Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) verlassen sich deutsche Versicherungen weitgehend auf ihre eigenen Ressourcen - und sind damit sehr zufrieden.  …mehr

  • Wichtige Updates von Adobe

    Reader, Flash Player, Acrobat, AIR

    Adobe hat außer der Reihe wichtige Sicherheits-Updates veröffentlicht, die kürzlich entdeckte gefährliche Schwachstellen beseitigen.  …mehr

  • Apple verklagt Amazon wegen "App Store"

    Android

    Neuer Streit unter Giganten im boomenden Geschäft mit Programmen für Smartphones und Tablet Computer. …mehr

  • Sony setzt Produktion in fünf Werken in Japan aus

    Erdbeben

    Wegen Lieferengpässen seiner Zulieferer nach der Naturkatastrophe in Japan will Sony die heimische Produktion in fünf Werken bis Ende März einstellen. …mehr

  • Obermann stellt Rendite vor Umsatz - "Enormer Mehrwert"

    Telekom-Chef

    Telekom-Chef René Obermann macht mit dem Verkauf der US-Tochter deutlich, dass er der Rendite Priorität vor dem Umsatz einräumt. …mehr

  • Kontroverse um neuen "Rotlichtbezirk" fürs Internet

    .xxx

    Sex sells: Im Internet gibt es künftig eine eigene Adressendung für Erotik und Pornografie. …mehr

  • Was Sie über Azure wissen sollten

    Windows Azure Information Days

    Microsoft setzt im Frühjahr 2011 die Windows Azure Information Days fort. Die Ganztagesveranstaltung vermittelt Fachleuten in verschiedenen deutschen Städten das notwendige Wissen für den Einsatz der Cloud-Plattform Windows Azure.  …mehr

  • Kabel BW fällt in amerikanische Hände

    Liberty Global

    Der neue Besitzer von Kabel BW stammt aus Amerika. …mehr

  • Automatisierung bewirkt Innovationsschub

    IT in großen Unternehmen

    Die großen Unternehmen in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz setzen bei der Bereitstellung von IT-Services zunehmend auf Automatisierung. Die IT in den Firmen erfährt auf diese Weise einen neuen Innovationsschub.  …mehr

  • Jawbone Era - Bluetooth-Headset mit Bewegungssteuerung

    Gadget des Tages

    Jawbone präsentiert mit dem neuen Era ein Bluetooth-Headset mit integrierter Bewegungssteuerung. …mehr

  • Bahn wirbt mit internationalen Jobs

    Gefragte interkulturelle Kompetenz

    Über 100 neue IT-Mitarbeiter will die Bahn einstellen. Wegen der zahlreichen länderübergreifenden Aufgaben ist auch interkulturelle Kompetenz gefragt.  …mehr

  • iDisplay - Das Smartphone als Zweit-Monitor nutzen

    Die App des Tages

    Die App "iDisplay" von SHAPE Services verwandelt iOS- und Android-Geräte in einen Extra-Bildschirm für PCs und Mac-Rechner.  …mehr

  • Iomega eGo Portable USB 3.0 500 GB

    Externe Festplatte im Test

    Besonders robust präsentiert sich die Iomega eGo Portable USB 3.0 500 GB. Der Test klärt, ob auch Tempo und Ausstattung der externen 2,5-Zoll-Festplatte überzeugen.  …mehr

  • Bewerber wird Opfer von Selbstüberschätzung

    "Ich bin der Beste!" - keine Diskriminierung

    Gericht entscheidet weder für Schadensersatz noch für Prozesskostenhilfe für eine Klage wegen angeblicher Benachteiligung.  …mehr

  • Sprint makes CTIA splash with 3D smartphone, Evo tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint may have groaned after rival carrier to gobble up T-Mobile, but that didn't stop the carrier from debuting two splashy devices at CTIA Tuesday.

  • LTE performance will hinge on picocell backhaul

    Premium-Inhalt. Mobile carriers have been building out beefed-up backhaul connections between their cell towers' base stations and their core networks. But the advent of networks is accelerating a new backhaul problem: connecting a growing number of smaller base stations to the core.

  • Frankenstein crimeware registry comes online

    Premium-Inhalt. A new crimeware registry including more than 4,000 entries has been compiled for use by students of the EC Council, a private firm that performs .

  • Avoid DUI Checkpoints? No App for That, Senators Say

    Premium-Inhalt. Four U.S. senators are asking , and Blackberry-maker to remove from their online stores smartphone apps that alert motorists to DUI checkpoints and presumably help inebriated drivers avoid police detection.

  • My $200 Laptop Can Beat Your $500 Tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. Everywhere I go these days, my friends slam laptops. They tell me my PC of choice is a dying breed and sing the praises of their new, Apple iPad.

  • First Look: Nokia Astound Smartphone on T-Mobile

    Premium-Inhalt. Given yesterday's news of AT&T purchase of T-Mobile, it is slightly ironic that the very first phone we've seen up close at CTIA this year is a T-Mobile phone. And even more ironic, the T-Mobile Astound uses the , which Nokia made pretty clear it had washed its hands of last month. But don't dismiss the Astound immediately; for its price, it has some pretty solid specs.

  • Gmail Tips: 10 Features to Try Now

    Premium-Inhalt. How e-mail savvy are you? We've sifted through Gmail's many customization features, from remote sign-out to keyboard shortcuts, to find the best time and aggravation savers.

  • Crysis 2: Sherlock Superhero, Come Get Some

    Premium-Inhalt. Forget all you've heard about super-soldiers, Crysis 2 really counts as a superhero game. That's what you played in Crysis, and it's what you play again in Crytek's "aliens chow on Manhattan" sequel. Never mind that your powers come from a nano-suit that looks like a latex honeycomb, or that it makes your gluteus maximus look well-upholstered. You're a jumping tank. You have super-vision. Bullets bounce off you like cigarette stubs. You can leap tall (okay, really small) buildings in a single bound. And you can run like Usain Bolt for short bursts.

  • Your Next Project: Managing by Projects

    Premium-Inhalt. If you feel like you are overburdened by projects, you probably are not alone. During my 13 years in the finance profession, cross-functional teams have evolved from a major change initiative to a part of everyday working life. I still remember my first major project team: My company's lawn care division was establishing a sales relationship with a national home improvement chain, and we were charged with implementing an order fulfillment system to fit our new way of doing business. At age 23, I enjoyed the interaction with people from different disciplines.

  • Mandatory ISP-level filter won't lift cyber safety

    Premium-Inhalt. The Federal Government's proposed mandatory Internet Service Provider (ISP) filter has been dealt another blow with some of the internet's largest companies arguing the technology alone will not increase the cyber safety of young Australians.

  • Google Books settlement proposal rejected

    Premium-Inhalt. A proposed agreement drafted by Google, authors and publishers to settle their years-long copyright litigation has been rejected, a major setback to Google's ambitious plans to build a massive marketplace and library for digital books.

  • Remains of the Day: You only get one shot

    Premium-Inhalt. Verizon's not looking to add to its wireless arsenal, Steve Jobs's role at company comes into contention, and we're shocked--shocked!--at the Supreme Court's decision on an important case. Order in the court! Here come the remainders for Tuesday, March 22, 2011.

  • Android Apps: 9 Best, Free Social Networking Choices

    Premium-Inhalt. Share, save and savor all things social with these nine free Google Android apps, hand-picked by CIO.com's mobile maestro, Al Sacco.

  • AT&T, Sprint 3D smartphones may sell well

    Premium-Inhalt. LG's Thrill. Complete coverage: CTIA Wireless 2011 ORLANDO - AT&T on Monday announced two new , including the LG Thrill 4G with a glasses-free 3D display.

  • U.S. Pokémon Dream World Launch Delayed

    Premium-Inhalt. American version of Pokémon Black & White's online functionality delayed in an effort to "conserve energy resources" in the face of the ongoing disaster in Japan.

  • FIRST Robotics Competition's 2011 Regional Worth a Look

    Premium-Inhalt. This past Friday, I was in an arena filled with flashing lights, loud music, and hundreds of cheering fans. I wasn't at a rock concert, or a NCAA basketball game. I was at a robotics competition, specifically the FIRST Sacramento Regional hosted at the . It's one of many regional competitions hosted by FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) as a part of the . "

  • Third party SEO verification: a really good thing

    Premium-Inhalt. Ever since cases such as and went public, the general concern about a web-site's health and risk has become an issue. Both companies had their web domains severely penalized by Google for applying techniques that do not comply with the search engine's guidelines, simply Black Hat SEO.

  • NASA's Orion begins road to space travel

    Premium-Inhalt. Lockheed Martin unveiled a new spacecraft this week that was originally meant to ferry astronauts to the moon but may first be used as an emergency escape vehicle for .

  • Computer-Inspired Heavy Metal: Geekdom and Music Collide

    Premium-Inhalt. Editor's Note: In addition to being a GeekTech blogger, Mike Keller is also the frontman for a metal band. His most recent project, an album named Algorithms, is probably one of the nerdiest--and coolest--things we've heard of in a while. Mike offered to share a little bit about the album, and what inspired him. Enjoy.

  • Apple releases Aperture 3.1.2 update

    Premium-Inhalt. On Tuesday, Apple released an update for Aperture 3 that addresses some lingering issues with importing iPhoto libraries. It is recommended for all Aperture 3 users.

  • Protect your privacy: avoid identity theft

    Premium-Inhalt. When you're buying online, it can sometimes be hard to tell whether you're dealing with a legitimate merchant or the online equivalent of that guy selling counterfeit watches on 33rd Street. Most shoppers focus on maintaining the privacy of their credit card data, and that's good. But that's not the only privacy concern you should have while shopping online.

  • Protect your privacy

    Premium-Inhalt. The CEO of a major technology company once famously opined that, in the Internet Age,

  • Top Story: Scrapped Top Spin 4 commercial embarrasses 2K

    Premium-Inhalt. This morning's Top Story is 2K Games' realization that while sex sells, it might not be the best way to market a serious tennis game.

  • Reader Q&A: Fix IE, Replace Parts, Customize Icons

    Premium-Inhalt. It's been a while since I did a Q&A--my last one was back in February, on --and my mailbox is filling up again with reader pleas for help. This week, advice on dealing with a balky browser, choosing new gear for your PC, and customizing Windows folder icons.

  • Hands On With Firefox 4

    Premium-Inhalt. A lot has changed in the browser universe since Firefox 3.0 launched in June 2008. Google Chrome burst onto the scene, and has undergone frequent updates since then. Microsoft released IE 8 and . Safari advanced from version 3 then to version 5 now.

  • A case that makes an iPhone look like a camera

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite the boom in megapixel counts in smartphone cameras, taking pictures with a cell phone still doesn't feel the same as taking photos with an actual camera. For those who miss the look of a camera dangling around their neck but prefer the convenience of always having a smartphone camera on-hand, there's a from UN Design that imitates the look of a real camera. It does not, however, give your phone's camera any new abilities, like the ($35) or the ($130).

  • Lab Report: More iPad 2 benchmark results

    Premium-Inhalt. In our on the iPad 2 that tested battery life and GarageBand performance, we asked for suggestions on tests you'd like us to run with new tablets. And you responded--as a result we have iPad 2 results in tests involving photo imports, iMovie, and GLBenchmark. We also have an update on our battery testing.

  • U.S. carriers disagree on cutting-edge networks

    Premium-Inhalt. The network chiefs of the three biggest U.S. mobile operators disagreed about some emerging network technologies during a Tuesday afternoon panel discussion at CTIA Wireless but agreed that the wireless industry is in a period of major change.

  • HTC Announces Big-Screen WP7 Phone for AT&T

    Premium-Inhalt. HTC has just announced the first Windows Phone 7 device with a 4.3-inch screen for AT&T.

  • Google Books settlement proposal rejected

    Premium-Inhalt. A proposed agreement drafted by Google, authors and publishers to settle their years-long copyright litigation has been rejected, a major setback to Google's ambitious plans to build a massive marketplace and library for digital books.

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