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  • Datenklau-Skandal bei Citigroup weitet sich aus

    360.000 US-Kreditkarten

    Die Datenklau-Affäre der Citigroup hat größere Ausmaße als zunächst bekannt. …mehr

  • Internet noch immer nicht für mobile User bereit

    Optimierte Websites Mangelware

    Das Mobile Web boomt und wird von immer mehr Nutzern immer häufiger verwendet. …mehr

  • Dämpfer für Nokia in Patentstreit mit IPCom

    UMTS

    Nokia hat in einem Rechtsstreit um UMTS-Patente mit dem deutschen Rechteverwerter IPCom in Großbritannien eine Schlappe eingesteckt. …mehr

  • Friedrich eröffnet Nationales Cyber-Abwehrzentrum in Bonn

    Innenminister

    Bundesinnenminister Hans-Peter Friedrich hat am Donnerstag das Nationale Cyber-Abwehrzentrum in Bonn offiziell eröffnet. …mehr

  • Julian Assange protestiert per Video gegen Hausarrest

    Wikileaks-Gründer

    Es war still geworden um Wikileaks-Gründer Julian Assange - jetzt meldet er sich gleich doppelt zurück. …mehr

  • JavaScriptMVC - JavaScript goes Enterprise

    Kleine Helfer

    "JavaScriptMVC” basiert auf dem erprobten Model-View-Controller-Muster und bietet umfangreiche Unterstützung beim Dokumentieren, Debuggen und Testen von Web-Frontends.  …mehr

  • Facebook will Apple mit HTML5 angreifen

    "Project Spartan"

    Unter dem Codenamen "Project Spartan" arbeitet Facebook offenbar an einer vollen Breitseite gegen Apple und seinen App Store für iPhone und iPad.  …mehr

  • Gartner erwartet Boom bei mobiler Werbung

    APAC vorn

    Die Marktforschungs- und Beratungsfirma Gartner hat eine Prognose zum weltweiten Markt für mobile Werbung veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Martina Koederitz sieht großes Potenzial in Deutschland

    IBM-Deutschland-Chefin

    Die neue Deutschland-Chefin von IBM, Martina Koederitz, sieht in Deutschland großes Potenzial. …mehr

  • Security Lighthouse kommt in Version 5

    Monitoring-Software von Ampeg

    Security Lighthouse soll es Sicherheitsverantwortlichen ermöglichen, den Sicherheitsstatus der an einzelnen Geschäftsprozessen beteiligten IT-Systeme nahezu in Echtzeit zu verfolgen.  …mehr

  • Pandora-Begeisterung der Börsianer lässt nach

    IPO

    Die anfängliche Euphorie der Investoren für das Internetradio Pandora hat sich abgekühlt. …mehr

  • Das nächste Nexus wird ein Biest

    Gerüchte über neues Google-Handy

    Das nächste Referenz-Modell von Google für sein Smartphone-Betriebssystem Android soll "ein Biest sein". Das Smartphone könnte Nexus 4G heißen und den schnellen Datenstandard LTE unterstützen, berichtet das Technik-Blog "Boy Genius Report".  …mehr

  • Üppige Finanzierung für Berliner Startup Wimdu

    AirBnB-Klon

    Das Berliner Internet-Start-up Wimdu hat sich eine üppige Finanzierungsrunde gesichert. …mehr

  • Dolby gegen Blackberry-Anbieter RIM

    Nächste Patentklage

    Kaum haben Nokia und Apple das Kriegsbeil begraben, schon hat die Mobilfunkbranche die nächste Patentklage. …mehr

  • HP will Itanium-Support bei Oracle einklagen

    Ungewisse IA64-Zukunft

    Der Kleinkrieg zwischen Hewlett-Packard und Oracle nimmt weiter an Schärfe zu. HP will nun die Unterstützung der Itanium-Prozessoren vor Gericht erzwingen.  …mehr

  • Der perfekte Bildschirm-PC

    Kaufratgeber

    Ein Notebook-Bildschirm ist Ihnen zu klein, ein PC samt Monitor zu sperrig? Die kompakte Alternative sind Bildschirm-PCs. Lesen Sie, wie Sie den richtigen All-in-One-Rechner finden.  …mehr

  • Acer S222HQLAbid im Test

    TFT-Display

    Das TFT-Display Acer S222HQLAbid ist ein 22-Zoll-Flachbildschirm mit einer Auflösung von 1920 x 1080 Bildpunkten. Die Bildqualität ist gut.  …mehr

  • Der PC ist tot, die PC lebt

    Personal Cloud statt Personal Computer

    Eigene Geräte - das ist aus der Sicht der Anwender nicht nur ein Segen, sondern bringt auch neue Herausforderungen mit sich. Desktop-Virtualisierung und persönliche Cloud-Angebote können da für Abhilfe sorgen.  …mehr

  • Clouds braucht offene Standards

    Apache Deltacloud

    Jede Cloud bringt derzeit unterschiedliche APIs mit. Nutzer riskieren somit, dass sie sich auf das Angebot eines Anbieters festlegen. Das Open-Source-Projekt Apache Deltacloud soll dieses Problem lösen. …mehr

  • Das ideale TFT-Display

    Kaufratgeber

    Große Bildfläche, gute Bildqualität, günstiger Preis: Aktuelle TFT-Displays eignen sich hervorragend für den Einsatz am heimischen Arbeitsplatz und für Multimedia- oder Spiele-PCs. Lesen Sie unsere Tipps und Sie finden den idealen Flachbildschirm für Ihren Einsatzzweck.  …mehr

  • Weiterhin kein Kündigungsschutz in Mini-Firmen

    Kleinbetriebsklausel verfassungskonform

    Es stellt keinen Verstoß gegen Artikel 3 Grundgesetz dar, dass die Mitarbeiter kleiner und großer Firmen beim Kündigungsschutz ungleich behandelt werden.  …mehr

  • Fake-Accounts sind ein attraktives Lockmittel

    Mitarbeiterfang auf Facebook und Co.

    Wer unter falschem Namen in sozialen Netzwerken auftritt, macht sich nicht strafbar. Sollte auf diese Weise aber ein Arbeitsvertrag zustande kommen, könnte der wegen arglistiger Täuschung unwirksam sein.  …mehr

  • Dangerous WebGL Flaws Haunt Chrome and Firefox

    Premium-Inhalt. Context--an independent information security consultancy--has published a new report on security flaws with WebGL. The report, "", includes a video clip demonstrating why organizations should think twice about relying on Web browsers built on WebGL.

  • Payroll firm ADP investigating system intrusion

    Premium-Inhalt. Automatic Data Processing said on Wednesday that it is investigating a system intrusion that likely impacted only one client.

  • Oracle refused bug fixes for Itanium customers: HP lawsuit

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle refused to provide critical bug fixes for customers who run its software on Hewlett-Packard's Integrity servers, in a bid to coerce them to switch over to Oracle hardware, HP alleged in a lawsuit it filed Wednesday.

  • Kodak ESP C310 All-in-One Printer

    Premium-Inhalt. The Kodak ESP C310 All-in-One Printer (print/scan/copy) is one of the better bargains in the $100 (as of June 7, 2011) price range of . The primary reason is its ink pricing, which is much lower than what you'll find for similar models such as the and . The friendly, though basic, overall design is another plus.

  • Sony launches Qriocity for Android smartphones, not tablets

    Premium-Inhalt. If you own an Android phone and you are a subscriber to Sony's cloud-based Qriocity music service on the PlayStation and PC, you're in luck: Sony has just announced the launch of a dedicated .

  • LulzSec claims CIA website hack

    Premium-Inhalt. The CIA's main public facing web site appears to have been taken down by hacking group LulzSec earlier today.

  • Ready, Set, Open Your Wallets for IT

    Premium-Inhalt. IT spending on hardware and software is on the rise, according to . And firm partner Brian Farrar says CFOs should take this as a good sign, and loosen up the IT purse strings.

  • New Internet policy group formed in the Asia Pacific

    Premium-Inhalt. eBay, Google, Nokia, Skype and Yahoo have teamed up on forming a new industry association.

  • AMD Complicates Its 'Vision' Processor Branding

    Premium-Inhalt. AMD's has revamped its attempt to simplify the computer-buying experience because the previous program was, well, not simple enough.

  • Meet the Guys Behind the Minecraft Documentary

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this year, a group of indie filmmakers set out to . The filmmakers had an idea and some footage, but no funding. But thanks to a wildly successful fundraising , Minecraft: The Story of Mojang is now in full production. I recently had the chance to speak with to Asif Siddiky, director of photography for 2 Player Productions about how they got started, where Story of Mojang is going, and how their new project began.

  • Remains of the Day: My life's an open iBook

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's got yet another iTrademarkInfringement case on its hands, China sends iPad corporate spies to the big house, and Facebook apparently plans to take on Apple at a modern day Battle of Thermopylae. The remainders for Thursday, June 16, 2011 are making their last stand right here.

  • Is Printing the CFO's Business, Too?

    Premium-Inhalt. This recession and post-recession season have CFOs going blind trying to eke pennies out of the bottom line. Many are likely summoning their inner Scotty from "Star Trek" and saying to the CEO, "I'm givin' her all she's got, Captain!" But a managed print services firm believes you might have missed one big savings opportunity.

  • Epson WorkForce 60: Plain-Jane Power Printing

    Premium-Inhalt. The Epson WorkForce 60 is a small-office whose countenance belies its power. The styling of this $130 (as of June 8, 2011) printer is boring and then some, and the control panel (such as it is) looks as if it belongs on a $60 cheapo. However, the connectivity, speed, and output are those of a $300 powerhouse.

  • Kinect SDK Now Available to All

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft is encouraging academic and enthusiast programmers to experiment with Kinect by downloading the free beta of the device's software development kit. The SDK is compatible with Windows 7 and includes drivers and APIs for the device, allowing those who build applications using C++, C# or Visual Basic in Microsoft's Visual Studio 2010 to make use of the device.

  • Use an unlocked iPhone 4 with T-Mobile

    Premium-Inhalt. Now that to U.S. customers, budget- or carrier-conscious buyers may wonder whether they can buy an iPhone 4 and use it with T-Mobile. Although T-Mobile has its own 3G network, it doesn't use the same frequencies as AT&T's; thus the most a T-Mobile iPhone customer can hope for in the U.S. is slower, EDGE (2G) data speeds.

  • The Macalope Weekly: Keeping the party rolling

    Premium-Inhalt. Macworld

  • Facebook and Twitter kept me in touch in the hospital

    Premium-Inhalt. When emergency room doctors told me in late April that I needed surgery soon for suddenly dangerous gastrointestinal problems, the first thing I did--after calling my wife and parents to let them know how dire things had become--was whip out my iPhone and update my status on Facebook and Twitter.

  • TI signs license deal after Eolas patent lawsuit

    Premium-Inhalt. Texas Instruments said Thursday it has agreed to license two patents from Eolas Technologies, which two years ago sued more than 20 companies for alleged patent infringement including TI, Google, Yahoo, Apple and Amazon.com.

  • We Owe LulzSec a 'Thank You'

    Premium-Inhalt. LulzSec has on a virtually daily basis for a month or so now. The hacker group has compromised servers and exposed sensitive information from targets ranging from Sony, to PBS, to the FBI, and has even for which sites to attack next. The irony of the LulzSec hacks, though, is that the group is doing us all a favor whether they intend to, or not.

  • IBM Turns 100 -- Man, That's Old!

    Premium-Inhalt. Break out the hearing aids and hot soup, kiddos: IBM is .

  • Uganda makes U-turn on minimum telecom price directive

    Premium-Inhalt. The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has gone back on a directive made on June 10 requiring operators not to price rates, especially off-net call tariffs, below 70 percent of the interconnection rates.

  • AccountEdge Basic aids small business with financial tasks

    Premium-Inhalt. If you run a small business, chances are that you find handling the financial side of things about as fun as getting your checks tied to a rock thrown straight through your office window. Fear not, however, for Rockaway, New Jersey-based has announced the release of , an accounting package for OS X designed, as its name suggests, with basic needs in mind.

  • RIM says Q2 forecast is lower than expected

    Premium-Inhalt. Research In Motion missed analysts' lowered revenue forecasts for its fiscal first quarter and said its outlook for the second quarter was lower than expected, as it reported its first-quarter results Thursday.

  • Microsoft to help C++ developers leverage parallel programming

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft introduced this week technology for C++ developers to leverage GPUs (graphics processing units) for parallel programming.

  • Google's new search features put pressure on Bing

    Premium-Inhalt. With Google releasing new image and voice search tools this week, Microsoft needs to up Bing's game or risk falling behind the evolving search race.

  • Clinton Africa visit highlights concerns about China

    Premium-Inhalt. China's heavy investment in the African telecommunications sector has unsettled the American government, judging from U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's visit and remarks last week.

  • Acer Veriton L4610G

    Premium-Inhalt. Businesses looking for small, quick desktop PCs would do well to check out Acer's Veriton line. The Acer Veriton L4610G is a slim, reasonably powerful machine that will fit anywhere and do just about anything that your business might need. Nevertheless, last year's seems like a better deal.

  • Salesforce.com's Benioff pushes 'social enterprises'

    Premium-Inhalt. Salesforce.com is ready to help customers turn their businesses into "social enterprises," CEO Marc Benioff said Thursday during the on-demand software vendor's Cloudforce event in Boston.

  • 3 tips for migrating applications to Windows 7

    Premium-Inhalt. Due to a reporting error, the Network World story "3 tips for migrating applications to Windows 7", posted to the wire on Wednesday, misidentified a source. The story, has been corrected.

  • Has LulzSec Gone Too Far?

    Premium-Inhalt. They say they're doing it for the "lulz," but there comes a point when it's no longer funny. The latest LulzSec targets are the CIA as well as 62,000 e-mail account holders using web-based services, including Comcast, Yahoo Mail, Hotmail, and Gmail.

  • Obama's CIO quits

    Premium-Inhalt. Federal CIO Vivek Kundra WASHINGTON - The first person ever appointed as the CIO of the federal government, Vivek Kundra, is resigning after two and a half years on the job, the White House said Thursday.

  • DARPA, NASA seek ideas for starship travel

    Premium-Inhalt. DARPA and NASA want the U.S. to be sending humans on interstellar space missions by 2111, and officials are in accomplishing that goal.

  • Microsoft rings alarm bell on fake Windows support calls

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today warned that scammers have taken to the phone lines to dupe Windows users into putting malware on their machines or paying for worthless help.

  • Google launches affiliate program for eBooks

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has launched an affiliate program for its service, offering to pay commissions to Web publishers who promote titles on their sites and send buyers to Google's online bookstore.

  • Zehn typische Fehler bei der Storage-Virtualisierung

    Ratgeber Storage

    Storage-Virtualisierung lastet teure Hardware besser aus und spart IT-Kosten. Trotzdem machen IT-Manager und IT-Dienstleister dabei immer wieder Fehler. …mehr

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