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  • Die Chrome-OS-Rechner kommen - auch für Firmen

    Google I/O

    Google hat auf der I/O 2011 ein integriertes Angebot aus Hard- und Software-as-a-Service für Firmen zum Kampfpreis angekündigt. …mehr

  • Piraten suchen neuen Steuermann

    Parteichef weg

    Mit ihrem Internet-Programm ist die Piratenpartei in kurzer Zeit zur größten außerparlamentarischen Opposition geworden. …mehr

  • SinnerSchrader macht mobil

    TIC-mobile Übernahme

    Die Hamburger Digital-Agentur SinnerSchrader kauft den Berliner App-Spezialisten TIC-mobile GmbH und will das Geschäftsfeld Mobile in den kommenden Jahren stark ausbauen.  …mehr

  • Der Pinguin ist allgegenwärtig, aber unsichtbar

    LinuxTag

    Community trifft Big Business: Der am Mittwoch eröffnete LinuxTag in Berlin führt Programmierer von Freiwilligen-Projekten wie Debian mit Experten von IBM, Google oder Microsoft zusammen. …mehr

  • eBay-Kunden haften nicht für Konto-Missbrauch

    Bundesgerichtshof

    EBay-Kunden haften nicht, wenn jemand anderes unter ihrem Namen Angebote ins Internet stellt. …mehr

  • Google will das intelligente Haus kontrollieren

    Android@Home

    Der Suchmaschinen-Gigant gibt sich mit dem Erfolg seines Smartphone-Systems im Mobilfunkmarkt nicht zufrieden. …mehr

  • So sicher sind Android-Smartphones

    Sicherheit & Android

    Welche Gefahren lauern auf Nutzer von Android-Telefonen? Sind Viren ein Thema? Wie schützen Sie Ihr Telefon vor Fremden und Dieben? Wir beantworten diese Fragen und geben Ihnen Tipps für den sicheren Umgang mit Android.  …mehr

  • Sigma A.P.O. SGMRF3 - Kabellose Trackball-Maus

    Gadget des Tages

    Sigmas A.P.O. SGMRF3 Maus lässt sich frei im Raum bewegen. Die Steuerung erfolgt über einen Trackball. …mehr

  • Intershop verdient mehr Geld

    Aufwärtstrend

    Der Aufwärtstrend beim Jenaer Softwareanbieter Intershop hält an. …mehr

  • Google stellt mal eben 500 Millionen Dollar zurück

    US-Ermittlung zu Online-Werbung

    Google erwartet offenbar keinen guten Ausgang einer Ermittlung des US-Justizministeriums im Zusammenhang mit dem Hauptgeschäftsfeld Online-Werbung.  …mehr

  • Wilken übernimmt Kendox GmbH

    Konsolidierung im ERP-Markt

    Mit der Übernahme von Kendox will der ERP-Anbieter Wilken sein Portfolio in Sachen Informations-Management verstärken.  …mehr

  • Nutzerdaten bei Facebook lagen offen

    Sicherheitslücke

    Experten von Symantec haben eine Sicherheitslücke bei Facebook entdeckt, über die speziell Werbetreibende theoretisch auf die Daten von Nutzern zugreifen konnten.  …mehr

  • Deutsche entwerfen neue Büros für Google-Campus

    Ingenhoven Architects

    Der rasant wachsende Internetkonzern Google lässt sich seinen neuesten Campus vom Architekturbüro Ingenhoven entwerfen. …mehr

  • Freenet im ersten Quartal über den Erwartungen

    Datendienste

    Der Mobilfunkbetreiber Freenet hat im ersten Quartal die Erwartungen übertroffen. …mehr

  • Android soll Apple iTunes und Amazon Konkurrenz machen

    Google I/O 2011

    Google rüstet seinen Android Market mit Filmen und Musik kräftig auf und tritt damit gegen iTunes und Amazon an. …mehr

  • Mehr Praxiserfahrung = mehr Gehalt?

    Karriereratgeber

    Wie kann ein Informatiker, der im Studium ständig gearbeitet hat, seine Erfahrung zu Geld machen?  …mehr

  • Epson Aculaser CX16NF im Test

    Farblaser-Kombigerät

    Im Epson Aculaser CX16NF sitzt ein vermeintlich langsames Multi-Pass-Druckwerk. Trotzdem erreichte das Kombigerät recht gute Werte in den Tempoläufen. Wie es sich in puncto Qualität, Austattung und Verbrauch schlug, klärt der Test. …mehr

  • Test - Philips Brilliance 234CL2

    TFT-Display

    Der TFT-Bildschirm Brilliance 234CL2 ist ein Flachbildschirm mit Full-HD-Auflösung. Der 23-Zoll-Monitor besticht durch sein elegantes Design.  …mehr

  • Acer Aspire Z5710 im Test

    Tablet-PC

    Acer packt beim Aspire Z5710 einen Rechner mit Core i3, 500-GB-Festplatte und DVD-Brenner in einen 23-Zoll-Bildschirm, der sich per Finger bedienen lässt.  …mehr

  • Baywa macht SAP Beine

    Blade-Architektur

    Goodbye Mainframe, hello Blades. So lässt sich die Strategie der Baywa zusammenfassen. Der Umbau der IT-Landschaft spart unter anderem Wartungsaufwand. …mehr

  • Juniper: Networks inhibit 'exponential' data center

    Premium-Inhalt. LAS VEGAS -- Current networks inhibit large-scale data centers, which require , a Juniper official said during his keynote address at the conference today.

  • Android expands reach, consolidates into one platform for all devices

    Premium-Inhalt. The expansion of Android from smartphones to tablets, TVs and desktop computers impressed developers attending the Google I/O conference, with one attendee predicting that Google's other operating system – Chrome OS – is doomed.

  • Symantec says Facebook applications leaked information

    Premium-Inhalt. A programming bug on Facebook's website may have accidentally given advertisers and others access to a treasure trove of personal information, according to security researchers at Symantec.

  • Four Essential Productivity Apps For Android Tablets

    Premium-Inhalt. A few weeks ago, I grabbed an tablet to replace my aging first-generation iPad. (Personally, I find the Iconia a better value than the , and I'm addicted to Android's widget support.) Not surprisingly, the Android Market features a pretty short list of tablet-worthy apps, but that list is growing. Here are three excellent productivity freebies that work great on Android Honeycomb slates.

  • Friction control makes touchscreens sticky or slippery

    Premium-Inhalt. A prototype touchscreen on show at the conference in Vancouver can change from slippery to sticky depending on what's happening on the screen.

  • Salaries Get Stuck

    Premium-Inhalt. Wondering just how much you're worth? If so, the could provide some answers. The survey covers finance and accounting positions in the UK, Europe, the Americas, Asia-Pacific and South Africa. Robert Walters is a New York-based recruitment consultancy with offices in 20 countries.

  • Bye-Bye Bair: Bipartisan Bill Backer

    Premium-Inhalt. Those attempting to follow the Dodd-Frank regulatory process would do well to note the departure of FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair -- and to read the tea leaves for any change in future emphasis on the part of the regulator.

  • DOJ ruling against Microsoft impacted browsers little

    Premium-Inhalt. Perhaps it is ironic that the U.S. government antitrust oversight of Microsoft on the very same week that Google unveiled its Chromebook.

  • Remains of the Day: Happy birthday to us

    Premium-Inhalt. The time, where does it go? It was only a year ago today, May 11, 2010, that we , starting our journey of a thousand steps with nothing but a robot Steve Jobs and a dream. And here we are, 365 days later, still bringing you the best in cured, hickory-smoked links from around the Web.

  • Despite challenges, SMBs urged to adopt the cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. A recent study revealed that small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are still cautious in adopting cloud computing even as large companies have shown interests in the new technology.

  • S. Korea brings healthcare to prisoners through telemedicine

    Premium-Inhalt. South Korea's Correctional Facilities is bringing healthcare services to prisoners in four remote facilities through a telepresence system it recently installed.

  • Project helps Hong Kong SMEs access ICT at lower cost

    Premium-Inhalt. Efforts are under way in Hong Kong to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) adopt infocommunications technology (ICT) faster. With the help of Hong Kong's software association, SMEs are given the opportunity to participate in a free online trading platform where they can avail of ICT services at lower costs.

  • Wizard101 Teams Up with Nick Jonas

    Premium-Inhalt. Wizard101, the popular MMO based on wizardry and magic, is announcing a new expansion to their online world, with music composed by pop star Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers.

  • All About Mass Effect 3

    Premium-Inhalt. The July 2011 edition of the UK's magazine features a lengthy article on , most of which promptly got excitedly . Much of the information comes straight from the lips of the developers, and there's a lot of juicy details here, many of which could be classed as spoilers. Read on if you want to know more, or turn away and pretend you never saw this article if you want to come to the new game with a clear mind.

  • Samsung NC110 Netbook: Slow but Stylin'

    Premium-Inhalt. Netbooks are so formulaic these days, it's difficult to stand out from the crowd. Samsung, in a small way, has managed that with the $330 (price as of May 11, 2011) NC110. With only the standard 10.1-inch display, the typical 250GB hard drive, and the usual accoutrements, the NC110 instead makes an impression through a combination of styling, battery life, and software. Unfortunately, it also stands out as a slow performer.

  • Paper Flowers And Salt Water Make Pretty Lights

    Premium-Inhalt. When the power goes out on a dark evening, it's pretty annoying to have to scramble about to find candles, especially so if you don't have a flashlight. So how would it sound if you could run LED lights without and electrical power or batteries, and using household objects such as paper and salt water?

  • VM Stall: How to Avoid A Sneaky Virtualization Project Enemy

    Premium-Inhalt. Virtualizing and consolidating data-center servers provides such clear a financial benefit that there are few companies of any size, in any industry that shouldn't virtualize at least some of their servers and applications, industry analysts say. But companies that start virtualization projects looking for cost savings, without planning for a second phase of migration that requires spending more on new tools than the project might save in short-term costs, will get stuck in phase one -- saving money on hardware, but getting only a fraction of the benefit of the virtualization products they've bought, analysts add.

  • The Best Way to Extend Your Media Center to Another TV

    Premium-Inhalt. I've got a pretty cherry Windows Media Center setup in my living room: slimline HP system that fits neatly in the entertainment center, , and some decent speakers. I've been a mostly happy camper with it. (I'll explain the "mostly" part in a future post.) If only I could access all this media goodness from one of the other TVs in my house.

  • How is cloud computing like an airplane?

    Premium-Inhalt. LAS VEGAS – A service is like an airliner - even though it can experience devastating crashes that affect many people, like , it’s still safer than driving your own car… or IT infrastructure.

  • BlackBerry PlayBook Tips for All RIM Tablet Users

    Premium-Inhalt. Research In Motion's (RIM) first tablet PC, the BlackBerry PlayBook, was released in the United States and Canada almost a month ago, on April 19. Whether you ran right out to your local electronics retailer to pick up a PlayBook and you haven't put it down since, or you just nabbed a RIM tablet of your own today, you're sure to benefit from the following seven PlayBook tips and tricks.

  • Will the Google Chromebook Replace Your Laptop?

    Premium-Inhalt. Google spent much of the second day of the Google I/O event and the unveiling the . The Web-centric netbooks are an ambitious attempt to fundamentally change the way people compute, and could possibly replace your traditional laptop...if you let it.

  • Google: Chrome OS could someday duel with Android

    Premium-Inhalt. While Google currently does not see any conflict between its Android vision for tablets and smartphones and its , a company official acknowledged today that there is potential for such a conflict in the future.

  • Electronic Cigarettes Try to Put 'Social' Back In Smoking

    Premium-Inhalt. Electronic cigarette maker is trying to put the social back into smoking with its new "socially aware" packs of reusable smokes. The new cigarettes feature built-in networking connections that allow users to exchange info wirelessly with other smokers.

  • Google Doodle Celebrates Martha Graham and Dynamic Web

    Premium-Inhalt. Google used its latest doodle to not only celebrate the 117th birthday of American dancer and choreographer Martha Graham, but also to highlight the company's desire to make the Web more dynamic.

  • Google launches Chrome OS, says Windows is 'torturing users'

    Premium-Inhalt. Google co-founder Sergey Brin said and other traditional PC operating systems are "torturing users" at Google's Chrome OS launch event Wednesday, where the company claimed 75% of business users can be converted from Windows to Chrome OS right away.

  • AT&T pleads spectrum poverty, despite vast holdings

    Premium-Inhalt. The carrier with the most spectrum says that it doesn't have enough to build out a nationwide LTE network.

  • Microsoft's Skype buy could boost unified communications

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft's $8.5 billion could profoundly influence a set of collaboration and conferencing technologies called Unified Communications (UC) that have taken years to catch on, analysts said Thursday.

  • Hands-On With Google Music Beta

    Premium-Inhalt. While many of us Google I/O attendees were by that Google was launching its own cloud-based music service, we were excited to learn that every one of us would be getting a priority invite to the service. As a big music nerd, I was excited to give it a test spin. Can Google do music? Read on to find out.

  • Google Creates $500M Reserve over Ad Probe by U.S.

    Premium-Inhalt. Google Inc. took a $500-million reserve in connection with a Justice Department investigation of its online advertising program, the internet giant reported in a that made adjustments to its first quarter earnings.

  • CFO Outlook Positive, but Energy, Inflation Worries Grow

    Premium-Inhalt. Finance executives at U.S. corporations remain optimistic about the next 12 months, as the large gains in the profits they expect balance out their concerns about energy cost rises and inflation. That's the conclusion of the quarterly "" by Baruch College's Zicklin School of Business and Financial Executives International, although the survey did detect a slight slippage in measurements of both optimism about U.S. economy, and optimism about their own companies, compared to last year's fourth quarter.

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