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  • Von der Luftmatratze zum Hotel-Rivalen - Boom bei Privatübernachtungen

    Airbnb und Co

    Das Internet führt Menschen zusammen, die sich sonst nie gefunden hätten. …mehr

  • Intershop hat mit eBay neuen Großaktionär

    Via GSI

    EBay ist neuer Großaktionär des Thüringer Software-Anbieters Intershop. …mehr

  • Apple erneuert seine Videoschnittsoftware für Profis

    Final Cut Pro X

    Apple hat die neue Version "Final Cut Pro X" seiner Videoschnittsoftware für Profis angekündigt.  …mehr

  • Große Zeitungsverlage klagen gegen Tagesschau-App

    NDR-Intendant widerspricht

    Acht Zeitungsverlage haben heute bei der Wettbewerbskammer des Landgerichts Köln eine gemeinsame Klage gegen die öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunkanstalten ARD und NDR eingereicht.  …mehr

  • IT-Sicherheit kann man nicht früh genug lernen

    Eugene Kaspersky

    Der Antiviren-Spezialist Kaspersky Lab kämpft zwar auf technischer Ebene um IT-Sicherheit, doch eine der wichtigsten Herausforderungen sieht das Unternehmen in den Nutzern. …mehr

  • Google digitalisiert 250.000 Bücher der British Library

    Neue Bücher-PPP

    Die British Library hat mit dem Internetkonzern Google die Digitalisierung von 250.000 Büchern aus dem 18. und 19. Jahrhundert vereinbart. …mehr

  • Musikindustrie gegen Verharmlosung von Hackern

    Dieter Gorny

    Nach dem Fall zweier Computer-Hacker, die mehr als 1000 unveröffentlichte Songs von Musikstars gestohlen haben, hat die Branche vor einer Verharmlosung der Piraterie gewarnt. …mehr

  • Gartner erwartet 9,5 Prozent Wachstum bei Unternehmenssoftware

    2011

    Die Marktforschungs- und Beratungsfirma Gartner hat eine Prognose zum Markt für Enterprise Software im Jahr 2011 veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Huawei bringt 7-Zoll-Tablet mit Android 3.2 heraus

    Huawei MediaPad

    Der chinesische Hersteller Huawei hat das MediaPad vorgestellt. Es ist das erste 7-Zoll-Tablet mit Android 3 Honeycomb, der Tablet-Version des Betriebssystems von Google.  …mehr

  • Per Smartphone auf PC und Server zugreifen

    Kleine Helfer

    RDM+ bietet flexiblen Administratoren einen schnellen Fernzugriff auf Unternehmensrechner.  …mehr

  • Nokia kämpft mit Modelloffensive gegen Talfahrt an

    N9 mit Meego

    Der unter Druck stehende Handy-Weltmarktführer Nokia will mit drei neuen günstigen Telefonen und einem ungewöhnlichen Flaggschiff-Modell Kunden zurückgewinnen. …mehr

  • Braucht Deutschland ein Super-Breitband-Netz?

    Intelligente Netze

    Der IT-Lobbyverband Bitkom fordert eine nationale Initiative für Intelligente Netz für Energie, Verkehr, Gesundheitssystem, Bildungswesen und Behörden. Ein nationaler Infrastrukturrat soll den Aufbau koordinieren. …mehr

  • Die Smart Agents kommen

    Buch mit Zukunftsmusik

    Wie sieht wohl unser Alltag im Jahre 2032 aus? Detecon schaut in die Zukunft. Intelligente ICT-Agenten werden uns viel Arbeit abnehmen, meinen die Autoren. …mehr

  • Logitech C615 - HD Webcam

    Gadget des Tages

    Logitech bietet mit seiner C615 eine leistungsstarke HD-Webcam für kleines Geld. …mehr

  • 3D-Videos und -Bilder selber erstellen

    Ratgeber Hardware

    Spätestens seit dem Kinofilm „Avatar“ ist 3D bei TV und Computer schwer im Kommen. Wir zeigen, wie Sie ansehnliche 3D-Bilder und -Videos mit Kamera und PC selber machen können.  …mehr

  • Veränderung im Blick - Erfolg im Projekt

    Change-Management

    Change-Management ist nötig, um projektbedingte Veränderungen frühzeitig vorzubereiten. Diese Disziplin gilt zunehmend als betriebswirtschaftliche Aufgabe. …mehr

  • Wieviel weniger Einkommen darf es werden?

    Gehaltsangabe im Anschreiben

    Ein erfahrener Berater, der wechseln will, hat so seine Probleme mit der Gehaltsangabe im Anschreiben. Was tun - gar nichts angeben, ehrlich bleiben?  …mehr

  • Was ein SAP-Arbeitsplatz wirklich kostet

    Die 2.000- bis 4.000 Euro-Frage

    Der Einsatz von SAP ist für viele Unternehmen kostbar und kostspielig. Da drängt sich schnell die Frage auf: „Geht das auch günstiger?“ …mehr

  • Trendwende im E-Commerce

    Social Shopping

    Social Shopping etabliert sich langsam im deutschen Online-Handel. Wir zeigen auf, wer die besten Geschäftsideen hat und was die Zukunft für das soziale Einkaufen bereithält.  …mehr

  • Spring Framework founder: Java needs cloud accommodations

    Premium-Inhalt. To maintain its prominence, Java must evolve to meet the needs of , the author of the popular Spring Framework for Java said on Tuesday.

  • EVO 3D: Dual-Core, 3D Display, 4G Speeds

    Premium-Inhalt. I'm not sold on , and I'm certainly skeptical of it on a smartphone-size screen. However Sprint and HTC make a great team, so I decided to keep an open mind about the . Did the EVO 3D change my opinion of 3D phones? Well, let's just say it is a very good thing that there's more to this phone than just a 3D display.

  • Remains of the Day: By the numbers

    Premium-Inhalt. One Apple employee finally got off iCloud. The iPhone 5 may or may not look different, and may or may not show up in a couple months. Speaking of iCloud and iPhones, most of us want to get our iPhones onto the former, and Israel wants a violence-encouraging app pulled from the latter. The remainders for Tuesday, June 21, 2011 aren't that good at math.

  • Google builds developer tool to flag Web app vulnerabilities

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has released an experimental extension for its Chrome browser that developers can use to scan their Web applications and flag code that could make them vulnerable to malware attacks.

  • ICANN't Believe It: New Internet Rules Will Be a Mess

    Premium-Inhalt. Ladies and gentlemen, the Web as we know it is about to be flipped upside down. And not in a good way.

  • Bob Hoskins Regrets Super Mario Movie

    Premium-Inhalt. The Super Mario Bros. movie is almost universally considered terrible. The '93 film stands at 13% on RottenTomatoes.com, and is, according a recent interview with one of the movie's stars, Bob Hoskins, one of his biggest regrets.

  • Nintendo Wii U Listed at $598

    Premium-Inhalt. Although the price for the Nintendo Wii hasn't been set, EB Games Australia has listed an estimate for the console at $598 in Australian dollars. Converted to American dollars, that's roughly $633.00, which is substantially more than the most expensive models of the PS3 and Xbox 360. By console, that's $200 more than a top-of-the-line Xbox 360 Kinect bundle, $200 more than a PS3 Move kit, and roughly $450 more than a new Nintendo Wii.

  • Apple quietly updates Airport Extreme base station

    Premium-Inhalt. If Apple's on Tuesday was quiet, the company's refresh to its Airport Extreme Base Station was no louder than a mime in outer space.

  • The Other Side of Japanese Gaming News

    Premium-Inhalt. Welcome to the first edition of "The Other Side of Japanese Gaming News," where I'll lead you through the entire half of the gaming net you can't read to show you all you've been missing. Some of the following come from Japan, while others just trend here. Check them out below, and keep tuning in on Tuesdays for additional doses of Japanese gaming news and culture.

  • Epson iPrint adds document, web printing options

    Premium-Inhalt. has expanded its photo-printing app for iOS devices, making it possible to publish documents and web pages directly from your iPhone or iPad to the company's line of printers.

  • DNS agility leads to botnet detection

    Premium-Inhalt. Online criminals have evolved their tactics to harden their botnets against takedown using a variety of tactics, including fast-flux networks and Conficker-like dynamic domain generation. Yet, such tactics can also pinpoint when such networks are being created by bot operators, according to research from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

  • How to Protect Your Dropbox Data

    Premium-Inhalt. Mistakes happen--Dropbox learned this the hard way when it accidentally to the public for about four hours on Tuesday.

  • Ghana's rLG Communications steps into Nigerian market

    Premium-Inhalt. Ghanaian mobile-phone assembling company rLG Communications has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Osun State government in western Nigeria, marking the company's first step into the region's largest market.

  • PC era giving way to 'contextual intelligence,' say top IT execs

    Premium-Inhalt. WASHINGTON - When Silicon Valley's chieftains say we're entering the "post-PC era," they are not just referring to the PC. According to the post-PC theory, tablets, smartphones and other devices are also on the verge of irrelevancy.

  • For B&N e-books outsell physical books three to one

    Premium-Inhalt. Barnes & Noble on Tuesday said it sold three times as many digital books through its website compared to physical books during the fourth fiscal quarter.

  • Radical New iPhone 5? Don't Bet On It

    Premium-Inhalt. Here's your rumor du jour:   's next-generation smartphone may feature a "radical" new design, one vastly different from that of the wildly successful .

  • Analyst: Verizon iPhone Caused Android Market Share Drop

    Premium-Inhalt. The Verizon iPhone may have had , but they were supposedly enough to eat into Android's market share during the first quarter of this year.

  • CIO wannabes told to think outside the box

    Premium-Inhalt. IT workers who need to think outside the box -- like pushing for staff to spend 10% of their time working on something other than operational tasks, according to advice at a recent CIO conference.

  • Tech firm's co-owner sentenced for E-Rate fraud

    Premium-Inhalt. The former co-owner of Illinois networking vendor Global Networking Technologies was sentenced Tuesday to serve one year and one day in prison for his participation in a conspiracy to defraud a U.S. government program delivering Internet service to schools and libraries in poor areas.

  • Windows 7 posts enterprise gains, but XP retains 60% share

    Premium-Inhalt. Although enterprises are in the midst of migrating more machines to Microsoft's Windows 7, the aged Windows XP still accounts for nearly 6-in-10 PCs in corporations, according to a recent report by research firm Forrester.

  • UK police arrest teen from Lulz Security for DDOS attack

    Premium-Inhalt. U.K. police arrested a 19-year-old on Monday for allegedly attacking a police website earlier in the day, in what is the first arrest connected with the rogue hacking group Lulz Security.

  • IBM's Netezza rolls out large-scale analytic appliance

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM's Netezza division is rolling out a new analytic appliance that can analyze up to 10 petabytes of data "in a matter of minutes," the company is expected to announce Wednesday during the Enzee Universe conference in Boston.

  • Fingerprinting, Printing, and IT Spending in General

    Premium-Inhalt. The past few days I've been cranking on some stories that pertain to the finance chief's role in IT decision-making. The common thread through the articles: Not only does the CFO have a broadening scope on spending, but also the chance to be a hero, and identify new areas for budget savings and revenue generation.

  • Are Employers Warming to Workers Post-Downturn?

    Premium-Inhalt. Results of suggest to its researchers that the positions of employers are evolving to meet the needs of workers coming out of the recession.

  • CFO Survey Rates Healthcare Costs Top Challenge

    Premium-Inhalt. Corporate finance chiefs rated healthcare costs, controlling spending and improving profitability, and staff morale and motivation as their three top challenges in .

  • Northrop Grumman constantly under attack by cyber-gangs

    Premium-Inhalt. NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. -- About a dozen separate legions of organized hackers have been diligently attempting for years to break into aerospace and defense company Northrop Grumman to steal sensitive information, the company's chief information officer (CISO) said at a Gartner security conference here.

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