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Meldungen vom 29.03.2011

  • Nokia legt im Patentstreit mit Apple nach

    Neue ITC-Klage

    Handy-Weltmarktführer Nokia heizt den Patentkrieg mit Apple nochmals an. …mehr

  • Elektronische Rechnung spart 90 Prozent CO2

    Effizientere Prozesse

    Der Prozess, der nötig ist, um eine Papierrechnung zu erstellen, zu versenden, zu bearbeiten und zu archivieren, belastet die Umwelt deutlich mehr als eine Online-Rechnungsstellung.  …mehr

  • Microsoft treibt Bildungsinitiative voran

    Chancenrepublik Deutschland

    Microsoft will sein Engagement für eine IT-gestützte Bildung weiter vorantreiben. …mehr

  • James Gosling arbeitet jetzt bei Google


    James Gosling, einer der Erfinder der Programmiersprache Java, arbeitet ab sofort beim Internet-Konzern Google.  …mehr

  • Amazon bringt Musik in die Wolke

    Vorsprung vor Apple und Google

    Amazon hat am Dienstag einen Online-Musikdienst gestartet, mit dem die Kunden ihre Songs im Internet speichern und von dort streamen können. …mehr

  • Gründer @jack Dorsey zurück bei Twitter

    Trotzdem weiter Square-CEO

    Der Mann, der die Idee für Twitter hatte, ist wieder zurück bei dem Internet-Kurznachrichtendienst. …mehr

  • SpeedTest.Net - Geschwindigkeit ist keine Hexerei

    Die App des Tages

    Die kostenlose App "SpeedTest.net" von Ookla misst die aktuelle Internet-Geschwindigkeit auf iPhone und Android-Handys.  …mehr

  • HTC EVO 3D kommt nach Europa


    HTC-Fans können sich freuen: Das EVO 3D kommt auch nach Europa. Das hat der Hersteller über Twitter bekannt gegeben.  …mehr

  • Arbeitet Google an Referenz-Tablet für Android 3.0?

    Nexus Tablet

    Angeblich will Google zusammen mit LG ein eigenes Referenz-Modell für Tablets mit Android-Betriebssystem herausbringen.  …mehr

  • Die gefühlte Performance zählt

    Web 2.0

    HTML5 und JavaScript bieten immer neue Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten für das Web 2.0. …mehr

    Von pte pte
  • 20.000 Twitterer erzeugen Hälfte der Inhalte


    Für die Kurznachrichtenflut bei Twitter sorgen bedeutend weniger User als bisher angenommen. …mehr

    Von pte pte
  • Siemens baut weiter um

    Osram soll an die Börse

    Es dürfte einer der größten Börsengänge seit langem werden: Siemens will seine Lichttechnik-Tochter Osram im Herbst an die Börse bringen.  …mehr

  • "New York Times" noch immer gratis online


    Trotz der Ankündigung, von ihren Internetlesern künftig Geld zu nehmen, war die "New York Times" am Montag immer noch gratis im Netz zu lesen. …mehr

  • Internetpionier Paul Baran gestorben

    Im Alter von 84

    Paul Baran, einer der Pioniere des Internets, ist tot. …mehr

  • LG WCP-700 - iPhones kabellos laden

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit der neuen Ladestation LG WCP-700 von LG lassen sich iPhones kabellos laden. …mehr

  • Trekstor DataStation Maxi Xpress 1 TB im Test

    Externe Festplatte im Temporausch

    Die Trekstor DataStation maxi Xpress schafft eine Rekord-Datenrate von bis zu 156 MB/s. Der Test klärt, ob die externe 3,5-Zoll-Festplatte auch bei Ausstattung und Umwelteigenschaften überzeugt.  …mehr

    Von Michael Schmelzle
  • Firmen suchen Wege im Social-Media-Netz

    CRM Experience

    Unternehmen müssen auf die immer stärkere Verbreitung von Social-Media-Netzen reagieren. Das scheint unumstritten. Wie die Reaktion und der Umgang mit sozialen Netzen aussehen sollen, wissen jedoch die Wenigsten.  …mehr

  • Health provider wants algorithm that can predict illness

    Premium-Inhalt. The wants to do for healthcare what technology in the film "Minority Report" did for police work.

  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 tees off for iOS

    Premium-Inhalt. As comedian George Carlin once said, "Golf is a game that might possibly be fun, if it could be played alone." Now thanks to EA Sports, you can compete against the PGA's biggest pros without leaving the comfort of your own home.

  • Twitter product chief now Dorsey, Williams steps down

    Premium-Inhalt. The game of musical chairs continues at Twitter, where co-founder and former CEO Evan Williams will step down as product development leader, a role that will be taken over by Jack Dorsey, another co-founder who had distanced himself from the company's daily operations.

  • Four Reasons To Avoid the BlackBerry PlayBook

    Premium-Inhalt. The will soon move from vaporware to the real world. The seven-inch tablet will be available April 19 in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB models that match the price of at $500, $600, and $700. The parity of storage capacity and price makes for a somewhat level playing field in comparing the two, so here are a few reasons that stand out to steer clear of the BlackBerry PlayBook.

  • Make Your Own Tech Accessories

    Premium-Inhalt. Ingenuity: It's the stuff of legends in the geek world. After all, why should you waste your hard-earned cash or spend hours at the old electronics store to purchase items that you can otherwise make yourself? We're not suggesting that you need to become an everyday geek MacGyver, but it's worth knowing that a number of household goods can serve as excellent substitutes for that you'd otherwise spend a chunk of change on.

  • Vocus nets Perth DC in $7m deal

    Premium-Inhalt. Fibre wholesaler, Vocus Communications (ASX:VOC), has made its second major move into the data centre market with an agreement to acquire Perth iX for approximately $7 million.

  • WWDC 2011 sells out in under 12 hours

    Premium-Inhalt. If you were hoping to get a glimpse of the wild machinations and famous technology tracks of the but hadn't yet found the $1599 necessary to purchase a ticket, I'm afraid you'll have to wait until 2012: this year's conference is sold out.

  • iSOFT extends trading halt

    Premium-Inhalt. iSoft (ASX:ISF) has extended a trading halt placed on its shares until Next Monday pending a major announcement on the future of the troubled e-health provider.

  • NASA scraps plan for 3D camera on Mars Rover

    Premium-Inhalt. NASA has given up on the hope to for the next robotic rover that the space agency will send to Mars.

  • Supply restrictions as a result of Japan earthquake: IDC

    Premium-Inhalt. Australian and New Zealand CIOs can expect minor supply restrictions from Japanese technology brands as a result of the Tohoku Pacific Ocean Earthquake, which hit north-eastern Japan on March 11, according to analyst, IDC.

  • Remains of the Day: iPad for president!

    Premium-Inhalt. Does the president have to borrow computers wherever he goes? Will the iPhone 5 launch with shiny new features this fall? Can you still get a WWDC ticket? Will the remainders for Tuesday, March 29, 2011 answer all of these questions? Will the rhetorical questions never stop?

  • NetScout to buy Psytechnics to better probe networks

    Premium-Inhalt. Due to a reporting error, the story, "NetScout to buy Psytechnics to better probe networks," posted to the wire on Monday, gave the wrong ticker symbol for NetScout Systems. The correct ticker symbol is NTCT.

  • New York to investigate T-Mobile-AT&T deal

    Premium-Inhalt. The state of New York will investigate AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA for anti-competitive effects, including possible increases in mobile broadband costs for New York residents and businesses, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Tuesday.

  • American Express Takes On PayPal in Online Payments War

    Premium-Inhalt. American Express has announced plans to enter the online payments market and thereby compete directly with PayPal.

  • Text message provider fights back against Verizon

    Premium-Inhalt. A company charged with fraud by Verizon and the Texas attorney general is fighting back, asking an Arizona court on Monday not to impose an injunction that would shut down its business.

  • Amazon Cloud Drive: It's All About Android Domination, Baby

    Premium-Inhalt. In the virtual game of mobile moneymaking, Amazon has just made a brilliant move.

  • Toshiba Mini NB505-508GN Netbook

    Premium-Inhalt. Toshiba's Mini NB505-508GN has two things that separate it from the pack, albeit only slightly: a somewhat better-than-average keyboard and longer-than-average battery life. Okay, make that three things--it's also better-looking than most of its competition with its smooth styling and lime-green lid. Otherwise, the unit is the epitome of the cookie-cutter netbook.

  • iPad in the Enterprise: 3 Big Worries Remain

    Premium-Inhalt. Like a sucker punch, the iPad's popularity has taken the enterprise by surprise. Forrester Research analyst Ted Schadler recently held a teleconference with 241 IT pros to talk about the impact the iPad and other tablets may have on their organizations.

  • For eBay, GSI buy could help with Amazon battle

    Premium-Inhalt. After becoming something of a second-class player in the online world, eBay Inc. is looking to get back into the game.

  • Netflix Cuts Video-Stream Quality in Canada--Is US Next?

    Premium-Inhalt. Video-streaming fans in Canada, you can blame your Internet service provider for Netflix's decision to stream a less-pretty picture to your TV screens.

  • Xcode 4- The Windows Vista of Apple IDEs?

    Premium-Inhalt. A major update to Apple's iOS IDE was released a few days ago and so far Xcode 4's weaknesses greatly outweigh its strengths. After having spent a bit of time with Xcode 4, I am strongly considering going back to the old version. Google "i hate xcode 4" and you'll see I'm not the only one considering an IDE downgrade. Here are just a few of the reasons Xcode 4 may end up being the Windows Vista of Apple IDEs.

  • How to Move E-mail to the Cloud: 7 Planning Tips

    Premium-Inhalt. E-mail is arguably one of the easiest apps to move to the cloud, yet some CIOs remain hesitant to hand e-mail over to a third-party cloud-based e-mail provider such as Microsoft, IBM or Google, says a new report from Forrester Research.

  • 5 Features iOS Needs, In Order to Sway Me From Android

    Premium-Inhalt. With Apple preparing to talk about the future of iOS at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June, and the , it's time for an : the iPhone feature wish list.

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