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  • Die globalen Datenmengen wachsen astronomisch

    UCSD-Studie

    Der globale Datenberg wächst in wahrhaft astronomische Dimensionen. …mehr

  • Dell gibt eine Milliarde Dollar für Lösungen und Services aus

    22 Solutions-Center und zusätzlich Rechenzentren geplant

    Dell macht Ernst mit seiner Ambition, über das Hardwaregeschäft hinauszuwachsen und sich zum umfassenden Lösungsanbieter mit Cloud-Computing-Offerten zu wandeln.  …mehr

  • HTC schiebt sich vor Nokia

    Marktkapitalisierung

    Der taiwanische Smartphone-Hersteller HTC kann seinen Vorsprung gegenüber den Rivalen Nokia und Research In Motion weiter ausbauen - zumindest an der Börse. …mehr

  • Internetausfall im Kaukasus

    75-Jährige demoliert Kabel

    Plötzlich war der Kaukasus offline. …mehr

  • Pocketbook hat sich für den deutschen Markt viel vorgenommen

    E-Reader

    Der ukrainische E-Reader-Hersteller Pocketbook drängt mit ambitionierten Zielen auf den deutschen Markt. …mehr

  • Samsung kämpft gegen schleppendes Geschäft

    Ausblick für Q1

    Der südkoreanische Technologiekonzern Samsung Electronics rechnet für das erste Quartal 2011 mit dem niedrigsten operativen Gewinn seit zwei Jahren. …mehr

  • Etwas ist faul im Staate Cisco

    CEO John Chambers

    Cisco-Chef John Chambers hat eingeräumt, dass seine Firma ihren Fokus vermissen lässt, zu wenig Disziplin hat und ihren Geschäftsbetrieb überarbeiten muss.  …mehr

  • Google investiert Millionen in deutschen Solarpark

    Erstmals außerhalb der USA

    Google steigt erstmals außerhalb der USA in den Markt für erneuerbare Energien ein und investiert 3,5 Millionen Euro in einen deutschen Solarpark. …mehr

  • Andy Rubin wittert FUD-Attacke gegen Android

    Plus neue Gartner-Prognose

    Googles Android-Chef Andy Rubin versichert, dass der Internet-Konzern nicht nach mehr Kontrolle über Android strebt. Derweil schätzt Gartner, dass Android bis Ende 2012 fast 50 Marktanteil bei Smartphones erreichen wird.  …mehr

  • Service Pack 1 für Office für Mac 2011 kommt

    Microsoft

    Microsoft veröffentlicht in der kommenden Woche das erste größere Update - Service Pack 1 oder kurz SP1 - für sein Mac-Office-Paket.  …mehr

  • Union will Gegenleistung der FDP für Verzicht auf Internetsperren

    Anti-Terror-Befugnisse

    Die Koalition will verbotene Inhalte wie Kinderpornos im Internet löschen lassen, statt Sudelseiten ganz zu sperren.  …mehr

  • "Ungeduldiger Optimist" Gates fordert höhere Entwicklungsausgaben

    In Berlin

    Die Erfolge der globalen Impfprogramme sind beachtlich: Die gefährliche Infektionskrankheit Pocken, die einst ganze Landstriche in Afrika und Asien bedrohte, wurde ausgerottet. …mehr

  • Workshop: So richten Sie die Remote Desktop Services ein

    Windows-PCs aus der Ferne steuern

    Die Remote Desktop Services gehören zum Umfang der neueren Windows-Generationen. Sie erlauben einen Fernzugriff auf die Rechner ohne Zusatz-Tools. Wir zeigen Ihnen, wie Sie diese Dienste schnell und effizient einsetzen können.  …mehr

  • Youtube will "Fernsehkanäle" einführen

    "WSJ"

    Das Videoportal Youtube als Fernseh-Ersatz? …mehr

  • Schwieriger Verkaufsstart beim Motorola Xoom

    Android-Tablet von Motorola

    Motorola ist der erste Hersteller, der ein Android-3.0-Tablet auf den Markt gebracht hat. Doch trotz positiver Bewertungen wird das "Motorola Xoom" von den Kunden scheinbar nur sehr zögerlich angenommen.  …mehr

  • Musikverwaltung für iTunes-Gegner

    Kleine Helfer

    SharePod erlaubt ein komfortables Jonglieren mit Audio-Dateien - eine empfehlenswerte iTunes-Alternative.  …mehr

  • Logitech M325 - Kabellose Maus für Internet-Junkies

    Gadget des Tages

    Logitechs neue, kabellose M325 Mouse wurde speziell für Internet-Poweruser designt. …mehr

  • ShareMyApps - Empfehlungs-App für Android-Fans

    Die App des Tages

    Mit "ShareMyApps" von Matt Lawrence können Android-Nutzer eine Liste ihrer Lieblings-Apps bequem versenden.  …mehr

  • Gewinner und Verlierer

    IT-Gehälter 2011

    Wie hoch das Gehaltsplus ausfiel, ist in der IT eine Frage des Berufes: Während sich Vertriebler über eine saftige Erhöhung freuen konnten, stagnierten die Gehälter der Entwickler, so die aktuelle Entgeltanalyse der IG Metall. …mehr

  • Judge in Oracle-Google case gets a lesson in Java

    Premium-Inhalt. Lawyers for Oracle and Google gave the judge overseeing their Java patent dispute a tutorial on Wednesday that underscored the complexity of the case between the two companies.

  • IBM bullish on Linux, but will keep DB2 proprietary

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM may have made the open source OS a staple of its software line, but the company is keeping its own DB2 database proprietary, a company official said on Wednesday afternoon.

  • Remains of the Day: The Google Supremacy

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPad 2's hogging all the available touchscreens, AT&T and Verizon have to play nice with the little guys, and how much could a Twitter spy even in 140 characters? Flip on an ultraviolet light to see the hidden messages embedded inside the remainders for Thursday, April 7, 2011.

  • Mind Matters: A New Approach to the IT/Finance Split

    Premium-Inhalt. Ask Chris Spivey and Keith Karnes if there's a problem with communication between finance and IT teams and you get a resounding "yes!"

  • ESPN app delivers live broadcasts to iOS devices

    Premium-Inhalt. As I type this sentence, ESPN's assorted TV networks are showing The Masters Golf Tournament and the NCAA Frozen Four hockey semi-finals, two sporting events I wouldn't mind watching. Unfortunately, I'm staring at a computer display, not a TV monitor, and so these enticing broadcasts must go unwatched.

  • What Are Smartphone Apps Telling Advertisers?

    Premium-Inhalt. What are mobile apps telling advertisers about you? It's a question that's come about after how smartphone app developers are collecting and decimating information about users without their knowledge or authorization. An app security firm decided to dig deeper, and take a look at what one of the apps being investigated is doing.

  • Asia digicam market records growth in 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. The market for digital cameras in nine Asian countries recorded double-digit growth last year compared to the flat growth a year ago, according to GfK Asia's retail audit findings.

  • China's ZTE reports 300 per cent growth in Europe

    Premium-Inhalt. ZTE has crossed 60 per cent growth for its managed services in terms of contract value worldwide.

  • Toys 'R' Us to Sell iPad 2 in May?

    Premium-Inhalt. The may delight children of all ages, but is it really a kids' toy? And will parents buy 's delicate and expensive (by toy standards) tablet computer for their kids to use and abuse?

  • NBN two years on: On a precipice

    Premium-Inhalt. "Today we are here to make an historic announcement about broadband, jobs and the future of the Australian economy," booms the ever-serious and authoritative voice of (then) Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.

  • IBM to launch Websphere 8 in June

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM plans to release the next version of its flagship Java application server, Websphere 8, on June 17, according to documents posted to IBM's website this week.

  • Finding a Facebook client for the iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook CEO and Mark Zuckerberg has said that because the Facebook won't follow up the success of its with an iPad version any time soon. Thus, when I want to use my iPad to poke folks and see what things they've liked on the social network, I rely on Mobile Safari, accessing the site like any other. But various developers have attempted to fill Facebook's iPad-sized void with compatible apps of their own.

  • Is Your Apple iPhone Sneaking Photos of You?

    Premium-Inhalt. Some iPhone users are startled to see their own faces . Message board threads on the Apple Support site, , Huffington Post and elsewhere claim the front-facing camera is sneaking mugshots.

  • Facebook joins the ranks of industry's elite

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook's start-up days are long behind it.

  • Will Page as CEO usher in a sea change at Google?

    Premium-Inhalt. However Larry Page decides to lead Google, one thing is for sure: He's not going to be Eric Schmidt 2.0.

  • Time Warner asks judge to decide on iPad streaming

    Premium-Inhalt. Time Warner has asked a judge to rule on whether it has the right to let customers stream cable content to their iPads, a question that has lit up debate among content providers, cable companies and their customers over the past weeks.

  • Phishing scams dupe the most active online users

    Premium-Inhalt. People who make a lot of online transactions, are popular online and who respond to most of the emails they receive are at the highest risk for being duped by malicious , according to a multi-university study.

  • Liquid Telecommunications expands in Africa

    Premium-Inhalt. Mauritius' Liquid Telecommunications is set to fuel competition in Zambia's already highly competitive telecom market by forming a joint venture with Copperbelt Energy Corp. (CEC) that will provide services on a high-capacity, fiber-optic network.

  • Top Story: PSP outsells 3DS in Japan

    Premium-Inhalt. This afternoon's Top Story is the news that the PSP has outsold the 3DS this week in Japan. Should Nintendo be worried?

  • Bing for iPad: Visual Tour

    Premium-Inhalt. Bing's new iPad app strives to be more than just a search engine. Sure, there's a search bar up top, but the app's greatest assets are its other features, including news, weather, and trends. Here's an overview of the main features in Bing for iPad:

  • Apple iPad Hammering Laptop Sales, Analysts Say

    Premium-Inhalt. Cold hard numbers now show that Apple's iPad is indeed cannibalizing the traditional PC market--and laptops in particular. reported today that global laptop sales have collapsed, from pre-iPad double-digit growth rates to just 1 percent in the first quarter of 2011. As industry analysts cut PC sales forecasts even further, competition is going to be tougher for computer manufacturers.

  • Kinect Hack Can Control Your Windows PC for You

    Premium-Inhalt. If you have to do a few tasks after a long day at work, it would be much nicer to sit back and wave a wand rather than sit at a desk clicking. Although the magic wand may not be happening anytime soon, a Kinect hack will now do some of the hard work for you. All you need are a few hand gestures, a PC running Windows 7, and a comfy chair.

  • Lessons Learned from the Epsilon Data Breach

    Premium-Inhalt. Unless you are a statistical anomaly, you should have received a handful of notifications by now from companies like Chase Bank, or Best Buy warning you that your email address may have been . As the dust begins to settle, I think we should take an opportunity to review what we know and see what lessons can be learned from the .

  • Gmail Receives Some Love, Becomes Less Annoying

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has boosted Gmail with several small features that . Google says the tweaks have come directly from its , whereby users can comment on what irks them.

  • FCC passes wireless data roaming rules

    Premium-Inhalt. The today approved an order requiring mobile data service providers to offer one another data roaming agreements.

  • Microsoft sets mammoth Patch Tuesday, will fix 64 flaws

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today said it will patch a record 64 vulnerabilities in Windows, Office, Internet Explorer, Windows graphics framework, and other software next week, and tie a December 2010 record for the number of security updates it issues.

  • Prepaid carrier Locus to resell Clearwire

    Premium-Inhalt. WiMax carrier Clearwire has added a low-cost prepaid mobile operator, Locus Telecommunications, to the set of partners that offer services over its high-speed broadband network.

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