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Meldungen vom 22.06.2011

  • Lytro will das Fotografieren revolutionieren

    US-Start-up

    Erst knipsen - dann scharfstellen: Die junge US-Firma Lytro verspricht nicht weniger als eine Revolution in der Fotografie. …mehr

  • Die diskrete Google-Suche ist da

    Startpage

    Google trifft Ixquick: Wer die bewährten Ergebnislisten der Google-Suche nicht missen möchte, gleichzeitig aber Wert auf Datenschutz legt, bekommt eine neue Alternative.  …mehr

  • Extensis verspricht durchgängiges Font Compliance Management

    Universal Type Server 3

    Vielen Unternehmen ist nicht bewusst, dass Schriftlizenzbestimmungen genauso strikt sind wie die Bestimmungen für Software-Lizenzen, deren Missachtung rechtliche Folgen hat.  …mehr

  • Firefox 5.0 ist schon fertig

    Schnellerer Update-Zyklus

    Mozilla hat sich von Google anstecken lassen und veröffentlich Updates für den Firefox-Browser nun in kürzeren Abständen. Gestern Abend ist bereits die Version 5.0 erschienen.  …mehr

  • Adobe steigert Umsatz und Gewinn

    Optimistische Prognose

    Das kalifornische Unternehmen Adobe, Spezialist für Kreativ-Software, hat Umsatz und Gewinn im zweiten Geschäftsquartal gesteigert und gibt sich auch mit Blick auf das Gesamtjahr optimistisch. …mehr

  • Passwort-Reset auf wordpress.org

    Populäre Plug-ins manipuliert

    Auf der Community-Seite zur Blog-Software Wordpress mussten alle Passwörter zurückgesetzt werden.  …mehr

  • Wenn Hacker Hacker hacken

    LulzSec unter Druck

    Nach Angriffen auf Computer von Sony, des US-Geheimdiensts CIA und einer britischen Polizeibehörde gerät die Hackergruppe LulzSec jetzt selbst unter Druck. …mehr

  • Island erarbeitet online eine neue Verfassung

    Rege Bürgerbeteiligung

    Island erarbeitet zurzeit mit reger Bürgerbeteiligung online eine neue Verfassung. …mehr

  • Nokia stellt Geschäft mit Handy-Diensten neu auf

    Location & Commerce

    Der finnische Handy-Hersteller Nokia hat seinen Geschäftsbereich für mobile Dienste neu aufgestellt und mit seiner Geodaten-Tochter Navteq zusammengeführt. …mehr

  • MiLi Power Pico Projector (HI-P60) - Mini Projektor für iPod und iPhone

    Gadget des Tages

    Mili bietet mit dem Power Pico Projector (HI-P60) einen Mini-Projektor für Apples iPhone und iPod. …mehr

  • Fujifilm Finepix X100 im Test

    Digitalkamera

    Die Fujifilm Finepix X100 ist keine Digitalkamera für den Massenmarkt: Sie arbeitet mit 23-Millimeter-Festbrennweite, und für das Einstellen von Blende und Verschlusszeit hat sich der Hersteller auch etwas Besonderes einfallen lassen. Lesen Sie den Test.  …mehr

  • Mobile Apps überholen Internet

    Mediennutzung

    Der Siegeszug mobiler Anwendungen geht weiter. …mehr

  • Gartner senkt Prognose für Halbleitermarkt

    Japan und mehr

    Der Halbleiter-Markt hat laut Marktforschern nicht so stark unter der Tsunami-Katastrophe in Japan gelitten wie befürchtet, wird in diesem Jahr aber dennoch etwas schwächer wachsen als gedacht. …mehr

  • Zehnmal mehr Umsatz bis 2016

    Virtual Desktop Infrastruktur

    Der Markt für Desktop-Virtualisierung wird im Jahr 2016 einen Umsatz von fünf Milliarden US-Dollar (etwa 3,5 Milliarden Euro) erreichen, schätzen die Analysten von ABI Research.  …mehr

  • Acer Aspire One D255 im Test

    Netbook

    Das Acer Aspire One D255 ist ein günstiges Netbook mit Windows 7 – und mit Android. Welche Vorteile das doppelte Betriebssystem bringt, klärt der Test.  …mehr

  • ZDF macht aus "Flemming" einen Twitter-Krimi

    Interaktiv

    Das ZDF geht mit seiner Krimiserie "Flemming" ins Internet. …mehr

  • Mitmachen und Nokia E7 gewinnen

    CW-Handy-Aktion auf Facebook

    Sie suchen ein neues tolles Smartphone und kennen sich mit Social Media aus? Dann nehmen Sie an unserem Gewinnspiel auf Facebook teil!  …mehr

  • Die fünf Todsünden bei der Virtualisierung

    Risiken minimieren

    Der Münchner IT-Dienstleister Consol erklärt, was Unternehmen in Virtualisierungsprojekten unbedingt vermeiden sollten. …mehr

  • Überwachung im Job

    Big Brother is watching you

    Arbeitgeber möchten viel über ihre Mitarbeiter wissen. Doch die haben ein Recht auf informationelle Selbstbestimmung. In diesem Spannungsfeld spielt sich der Datenschutz ab.  …mehr

  • Edinburgh wandelt sich zur Smart City

    Stadt in den Wolken

    Für die Stadtverwaltung von Edinburgh ist Cloud Computing kein Fremdwort mehr. Sie setzt auf ein Virtual Data Center (VDC), um ihre Services zu flexibilisieren und die Kosten zu senken.  …mehr

  • Schlechtleistung des Arbeitnehmers - was tun?

    Arbeitsvertragliche Pflichtverletzung

    Welche Rechte hat der Arbeitgeber gegenüber einem Mitarbeiter, der schlechte Leistungen erbringt? Von Michael Henn und Christian Lentföhr  …mehr

  • Oracle to acquire web management company FatWire

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle said Tuesday that it entered into an agreement to acquire FatWire Software, a privately-held company that specializes in software for businesses to manage their websites.

  • Despite arrest, Lulzsec sails on

    Premium-Inhalt. The hacking group known as LulzSec pledged to continue their online rampage Tuesday, a day after U.K. police arrested a man allegedly affiliated with the group.

  • Where Was Japan at E3?

    Premium-Inhalt. On the Tuesday before , the big "press conference day," I was watching Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, and Sony trot out their new games and "experiences" to an international audience. As the day went on, I believe I had this subconscious concern enter my head, but it didn't really pop out until after Sony's press conference was done. After watching their presentation with Uncharted 3, NBA 2K12, some more games with guns, and the re-unveiling of the PS Vita and all its neat-o software, I asked out loud, "Uh, were there any Japanese games there?"

  • Microsoft Wants You to Tweet Coca-Cola Ads Using Kinect

    Premium-Inhalt. In their constant bid to try and earn more advertising dollars for Xbox Live, Microsoft is introducing Kinect-enabled advertisements (via the New York Times).

  • New LightSquared plan faces attack, uncertainty

    Premium-Inhalt. The coast is not yet clear for LightSquared's hybrid satellite-LTE network despite the company's announcement on Monday that it has found a solution to interference with GPS.

  • How to Password-Protect a Folder in Windows 7

    Premium-Inhalt. Reader Ash wants to know if there's a way to password-protect individual folders in Windows 7:

  • The Verdict in Wal-Mart v. Dukes? Ask the Lawyers

    Premium-Inhalt. The this week is an eye-opener for companies. The class of plaintiffs -- 1.5 million current and former female employees -- alleged that Wal-Mart systematically discriminated against them.

  • Microsoft: Cloud computing won't hurt us

    Premium-Inhalt. Cloud computing is widely perceived as a threat to Microsoft, because the maker of and Microsoft Office earns the lion's share of its money selling licenses for packaged software.

  • New Wii U Zelda and Internet Browser Confirmed

    Premium-Inhalt. Nintendo representatives were quick to point out that all of the at this year's E3 were purely to show off the console's capabilities, not to serve as confirmation of any in-development titles. But in a , Miyamoto pretty much confirmed that they're committed to bringing a new Zelda to . "This is an HD system, our first HD system, and we want to create a real HD Zelda game for it."

  • PlayStation Vita Shipping in January

    Premium-Inhalt. Cheapy D of told earlier that he'd received a ship date for his order, indicating that the item would be with him in early January.

  • Apple releases Epson, Lexmark printer drivers

    Premium-Inhalt. How do you follow up a day that saw the release as well as stealth updates to the and product lines? If you're Apple, you roll out a couple of printer drivers aimed at hardware from Epson and Lexmark.

  • PopCap About to Be Acquired by EA for $1 Billion?

    Premium-Inhalt. One of the pioneers of casual gaming is on the verge of being acquired by an unknown party, according to a report by .

  • You'll Tap-and-Pay Within a Year, Says Google's Schmidt

    Premium-Inhalt. We've been hearing a lot lately about services that let you pay for stuff simply by swiping or tapping your smartphone at checkout--no cash or plastic cards required. Sure, it sounds nifty--think of all the we'll save--but when will tap-and-pay go mainstream? According to executive chairman , within twelve months.

  • 8 Questions to Ask Prospective Cloud Vendors

    Premium-Inhalt. When you're on an airliner and fly through layers of clouds, you see first-hand that they come in many forms - sometimes hazy, sometimes translucent and sometimes so dense that you can't see through them. In many ways, cloud computing is similar - there are lots of gray areas, and it's hard to know exactly what you might get from each cloud offering.

  • FBI hits Latvian scareware peddlers who infected 1 million

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation has taken aim at two Latvian gangs that allegedly made tens of millions of dollars by sneaking fake virus warnings onto victims' computers and then charging them to clean up the mess.

  • How and why to search Twitter

    Premium-Inhalt. Twitter has quite possibly become the widest, most insightful, and perpetually open window into the minds of the masses that the world has ever seen. Its large and growing group of users post everything from news about current events to, yes, the occasional photo of what's for lunch. All this tweeting can be invaluable for any number of uses--but only if you know how to find what you need.

  • Microsoft's cloud BPOS suite suffers outage again

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft's BPOS cloud-hosted communication and collaboration suite suffered an outage on Wednesday, the latest in a string of technical problems in recent months.

  • First Look: Final Cut Pro X

    Premium-Inhalt. With the , Apple breaks new ground--not just with its flagship video editor's interface and underlying infrastructure--but with the whole mindset of what it means to be a working professional video editor.

  • CFOs lack faith in CIOs and IT teams, survey shows

    Premium-Inhalt. National Harbor, Md. -- Increasingly, it's the chief financial officer (CFO) who has direct oversight of the IT department and IT-related spending, but it turns out the CFO has a low opinion of the CIO and the entire IT group.

  • LulzSec members to be outed by Netherlands hacking group

    Premium-Inhalt. A hacking group in the Netherlands promises to publish photos, phone numbers and addresses of members in response to similar treatment by LulzSec.

  • Hitachi announces G-Connect storage, wireless-access device

    Premium-Inhalt. Wish your iPad or iPod could hold more media? That your hotel room's Internet connection was wireless? That you had a portable Time Machine drive when traveling? Hitachi's upcoming , announced Wednesday, offers a solution to all these challenges and more in one compact package.

  • Lodsys requests extra month to reply to latest Apple motion

    Premium-Inhalt. Back on June 9, in Lodsys's patent infringement lawsuit against various iOS, Mac, and Android software developers. The court has yet to rule on Apple's motion, and now may take even longer: Lodsys on Tuesday filed an

  • Cerf: Streaming network crunch could be eliminated

    Premium-Inhalt. While Internet carriers may fret about Netflix, Hulu and other streaming media services saturating their bandwidth, Internet forefather Vint Cerf has a simple answer for this potential problem: Increase bandwidth exponentially.

  • EMC to add 500 jobs in Utah

    Premium-Inhalt. EMC plans to create 500 new jobs in Utah by the end of 2015 to staff a new customer support center.

  • Apple Gets Touchscreen Patent

    Premium-Inhalt. More than three years after its original filing, Apple has finally been granted an iPhone patent that could potentially see the touchscreen smartphone market become much more monopolized.

  • Home port for security departments?

    Premium-Inhalt. In June of 2003, we ran a . We titled it "All Over the Map," which pretty much tells you what we concluded about how security was handled at the time: a bit like a ship with no home port, passing from executive to executive. The article had examples of security variously reporting to Human Resources, Facilities, Operations, Legal, and IT. Responsibility without authority was a theme.

  • Amazon Tablet Rumored for August or September

    Premium-Inhalt. You'd be forgiven for thinking that Amazon had turned into Apple, because for months the rumor mill has been going wild with chatter of an Amazon tablet.

  • U.K. police charge hacker linked to LulzSec

    Premium-Inhalt. Authorities in the U.K. today charged a 19-year-old with using a botnet he controlled to take down the Web site of a national police unit.

  • Job Posting Reveals 'Games on Google'

    Premium-Inhalt. Several web sites are built off of social gaming, and it looks like Google is opening up a new business for just that purpose.

  • How To: Revert to iOS 4.3.3 from iOS 5 Beta 1

    Premium-Inhalt. There's a reason it's called beta software. While Apple's latest developer build is certainly a glimpse into the promising future of iOS 5, it's not for everyone. Missing features, broken apps, and general quirkiness is abound- though you can't say they didn't tell you so: Apple specifically recommends only installing beta software on dedicated testing hardware. They also warn that once you install iOS 5, there's no going back.

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