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  • SIS geht in Atos auf

    Siemens IT Solutions and Services integriert

    Die Übernahme der Siemens IT Solutions and Services (SIS) durch Atos Origin wurde heute (1.Juli 2011) offiziell abgeschlossen. Das neue Unternehmen heißt kurz und bündig "Atos."  …mehr

  • AMD drängt mit Chips in Tablet-Computer

    Thomas Seifert im Interview

    Der Siegeszug von Tablet-Computern und Smartphones wirbelt die PC-Branche durcheinander. …mehr

  • Bajramaj auf Facebook, Angerer twittert

    Die DFB-Frauen 2.0

    Die deutschen Fußballerinnen haben das Social Web für sich entdeckt. …mehr

  • BI-Anwendung greift auf SAP Business Warehouse zu

    Business Intelligence

    Siemens CTI hat eine neue Lösung für die Versorgungsprognose implementiert. Sie nutzt Webfocus als Frontend und greift über eine Olap-Bapi-Schnittstelle auf das Data Warehouse von SAP zu.  …mehr

  • Gabriele Ruf wechelt zu Daimler

    Neuer Job

    Ab dem heutigen Tag ist die ehemalige IT-Operations-Chefin der HVB in ähnlicher Funktion für den Automobilhersteller tätig. …mehr

  • Steuerstreit in Indien könnte bis zu $5 Mrd. kosten

    Vodafone

    Im Steuerstreit zwischen Vodafone und Indien drohen dem weltgrößten Mobilfunkanbieter saftige Strafzahlungen. …mehr

  • Staatsanwaltschaft bestätigt Vorwürfe in Handydatenaffäre

    Sachsen

    Die Affäre um die Auswertung von Handydaten in Sachsen ist um eine Facette reicher. …mehr

  • Nortel-Patente an Gruppe um Apple und Microsoft

    Google verliert

    Die kostbaren Patente des gescheiterten kanadischen TK-Ausrüsters Nortel gehen an eine Gruppe aus sechs großen Konzernen um Apple, Microsoft und Sony. …mehr

  • Nikon Coolpix L23 im Test

    Digitalkamera

    Mit ihrem UVP von 79 Euro ist die Nikon Coolpix L23 ein Superschnäppchen. Doch wieviel Leistung dürfen Sie für den Preis erwarten? Lesen Sie den Test.  …mehr

  • GSM-Telefonie feiert 20. Jubiläum

    Beginn einer neuen Ära

    Am 1. Juli 1991 wurde in Helsinki das weltweit erste GSM-Telefonat in einem kommerziellen Netz geführt - der Beginn einer neuen Ära in der weltweiten digitalen Kommunikation.  …mehr

  • Gefährliche Windows-Befehle

    Finger weg

    Für jeden Anwender sind System-Crash und Datenverlust der absolute Gau. Auslöser sind oft vermeintlich ungefährliche Windows-Befehle. Wir stellen zehn Funktionen vor, die Sie meiden sollten. …mehr

  • Reposito - Digitales Archiv für Kassenbons

    Die App des Tages

    Mit der kostenlosen iPhone-App "Reposito" lässt sich das Kassenzettel-Chaos beseitigen - die Belege werden einfach digitalisiert und sicher aufbewahrt.  …mehr

  • iHome iA17 - iPhone/iPod Radiowecker

    Gadget des Tages

    Der iA17 iPod/iPhone-Radiowecker von iHome wechselt auf Knopfdruck die Farbe. …mehr

  • Server-Virtualisierung kaum Realität

    Rechenzentren ineffizient

    Komplexe Infrastrukturen und wenig System-Management: Laut einer Oracle-Studie muss die Hälfte der Firmen in den nächsten zwei Jahren neue Rechenzentren bauen.  …mehr

  • Test - iMac 21,5 Zoll Core i5 mit 2,7 Gigahertz

    iMac 21 Zoll von 2011 im Test

    Die schnellere Variante des 21,5-Zoll-iMac bietet gegenüber der Basisversion mehr Geschwindigkeit und Ausstattung. Wir stellen den iMac auf den Prüfstand.  …mehr

  • IT-Kursanbieter im Clinch mit der Arbeitsagentur

    "Agentur für Arbeit ruiniert uns!"

    Wegen seines Open-Source-Engagements sieht sich der Schulungsanbieter Intercom Akademie (ICA) von der Agentur für Arbeit in München benachteiligt und erhebt gegen die Behörde massive Vorwürfe.  …mehr

  • iPad-Konkurrenten im Test

    Tablet-PCs im Vergleich

    Das iPad von Apple steht als Synonym für Tablet-PCs. Mittlerweile ist die Konkurrenz stark und sie hat aufgeholt. Unsere Schwesterpublikation PC-Welt hat die besten mobilen Geräte verglichen.  …mehr

  • Clevere WLAN-Tipps für Windows

    WLAN-Zugang optimieren, Fehler beseitigen

    Mit jeder Version hat Windows in Sachen WLAN etwas dazugelernt. Mit der Zahl der Einstellungsmöglichkeiten haben aber auch die Fehlerquellen zugenommen. Und auch ein funktionierender WLAN-Adapter lässt sich möglicherweise besser konfigurieren. …mehr

  • KDDI offloads traffic on cellular network through Wi-Fi

    Premium-Inhalt. Japan's KDDI is installing more than 100,000 Wi-Fi hotspots that smartphone users will be connected to automatically for data services, offloading traffic from KDDI's cellular network.

  • Kodak patent case against Apple, RIM sent back to judge

    Premium-Inhalt. A ruling on Eastman Kodak's patent case against Apple and Research In Motion may be delayed until August after the U.S. International Trade Commission sent the issue back to a judge who had earlier ruled against Kodak.

  • How Japan's data centers survived the earthquake

    Premium-Inhalt. Smart construction and good planning allowed Japan's data centers to escape virtually unharmed from the massive earthquake that rocked the country in March, a Japanese data center executive said Thursday.

  • Display More Recent Items In Windows 7 Jump Lists

    Premium-Inhalt. This week, I've been looking at a few productivity enhancers built directly into Windows 7, with the aim of making life a little easier for people who work with tons of files on a daily basis. On Tuesday I suggested a useful way to . Today I'm going to show you how to expand your Windows 7 Jump Lists to give you quick access to more of your recently viewed documents.

  • Google Plus Reveals Up Google Games

    Premium-Inhalt. While Google main reign supreme in the web search category, Facebook and Twitter have shown the company's vulnerability in the world of social networking. While Google is hoping to make new inroads with the advent of Google Plus (no, I'm not going to type Google+), it looks like their new service is set to include games as well.

  • Classroom Conundrum: Take One Tablet, One Laptop or Both

    Premium-Inhalt. So what will it be--a tablet or a laptop? Come on, summer's speeding by and you'll be locked into a drab classroom sooner than you think. Tablets are all the rage today, but can a tablet replace a laptop in your must-have dorm-room gear bag? Maybe...or maybe not.

  • Microsoft offers developers early access to Windows Phone Mango

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft began this week an early access program for developers to get the upcoming release of Windows Phone.

  • 9 Reasons to Switch from Facebook to Google+

    Premium-Inhalt. When people ask they're misstating the question. It's not about one site versus another site. Google+ is bigger than that. The reason Google calls it the "Google+ Project" is that Google+ will become a central part of Google's whole identity. It will reshape the company. So the real question is "can Google beat Facebook?" Put that way, the contest seems a lot more even.

  • RIM agrees to review its structure

    Premium-Inhalt. Research In Motion's board of directors has agreed to form an independent committee to study aspects of the company's management structure, including clarifying the roles of RIM's controversial co-CEOs.

  • Capita snaps up Ventura in £65 million deal

    Premium-Inhalt. Capita Group has paid £65 million cash to acquire customer contact centre specialist Ventura.

  • HP TouchPad goes on sale in crowded market

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard's TouchPad tablet went on sale in U.S. stores Friday. It attracted less fanfare than the launch of Apple's iPad but has drawn some interest from those seeking an alternative to this year's raft of mostly undifferentiated Android-based products.

  • Behold: The $6800 Android Smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're rich and consider your phone an important part of showing off that wealth, the latest luxury phone from high-end Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer may be for you.

  • Anonymous takes another shot at Arizona police

    Premium-Inhalt. The Anonymous hacking group has taken another swipe at police in Arizona, launching online attacks against several police union websites and publishing e-mail messages stolen from law enforcement officers.

  • Turbocharge Google's Task Manager with Taskforce

    Premium-Inhalt. There's a lot to love about Gmail (especially its ), but its built-in task manager is pretty weak. In fact, it's little more than a glorified checklist.

  • The RIM Letters: Learn From RIM's Mistakes

    Premium-Inhalt. RIM is dead. It isn't in the ground yet, but its , and the recent and the RIM CEOs indicates that RIM won't fix the problem(s) because it won't even recognize or admit they exist. So, what can you learn from RIM to make sure you don't repeat its mistakes?

  • Google Plus: 8 Quick Tips and Tricks

    Premium-Inhalt. Google Plus (aka Google+), Google's new social network, might offer the right mix of sharing and privacy to woo you away from your Facebook account. If you don't know how to use it, though, it's just a confusing mess of circles and contacts. So we've assembled a few tips to help you get started. (If you aren't on Google Plus yet, try our .)

  • Deals Afoot? Hulu, Western Union-Travelex in the Buzz

    Premium-Inhalt. In the Friday buzz were speculation about an approach to possible bidders by Hulu LLC -- the online-video service that is exploring a sale -- and about a purchase being sought by Western Union.

  • As CFOs 'Venture' Forward

    Premium-Inhalt. At companies that have weathered the recession, CFOs are finding opportunities galore to lead their firms in the transition from survival into the growth mode.

  • Judge rules against Google in Street View 'Wi-Spy' lawsuit

    Premium-Inhalt. A federal judge has declined to dismiss charges against Google that it allegedly violated the Federal Wiretap Act when it collected personal data from Wi-Fi networks.

  • Backbreaker 2: Vengeance HD, Icebreaker Hockey

    Premium-Inhalt. If there's a game maker who's figured out a formula for iOS success, it's . The developer takes our insatiable love for sports and our primordial appreciation for bone-rattling hits and combines the two in a series of adrenaline-pumping games for the iPhone and iPad.

  • Internet Explorer 9 Is Climbing Fast...On Windows 7

    Premium-Inhalt. The for June are out from Net Applications. Overall, the news is not all that rosy for Microsoft as Internet Explorer usage overall . But, if you view the data through Redmond-colored glasses the news is actually pretty positive.

  • Lego Robot Designs Cool Pancake Shapes

    Premium-Inhalt. You know what's potentially on a par with--or even cooler than--Lego bricks? Pancakes. The fluffier, the better. (OK, you might be able to make an argument for bacon, but that's another story.) So a Lego robot that can make pancakes in all sorts of shapes is pretty awesome, wouldn't you agree?

  • This Game is Supergay

    Premium-Inhalt. Supergay and the Attack of His Ex-Girlfriends, available now from the for $2.99, has become, according to Spanish publisher , the first game to openly explore homosexuality, gay pride and the fear of coming out.

  • Office 365 off-limits to existing BPOS customers

    Premium-Inhalt. Office 365 is now officially out, having been launched with great fanfare by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer in New York City this week, but customers of the suite's previous version, called BPOS, will have to wait at least two months to join the party.

  • Survey: US agencies aren't tracking data center use

    Premium-Inhalt. Even though the U.S. White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has pushed government agencies to reduce the number of data centers they operate, a new survey has found that most agencies aren't tracking how close to capacity their data centers are or how much energy they're using.

  • Final Fantasy Tactics iOS Delayed

    Premium-Inhalt. According to Square Enix's , the iPhone port of the PSP version of the PS1 strategy RPG has been delayed a bit. Originally set to come out in late June, the fact that it's now early July and the game isn't available yet should tell you that there's a little longer to wait.

  • Controlling Wi-Fi radio 'nap-time' reaps big power savings

    Premium-Inhalt. A Duke University grad student has come up with a way to double, or more, battery life in devices, without any changes needed on the device itself. Essentially, the technique regulates how long and when client radios sleep, so that data transfers can be scheduled more efficiently.

  • Facebook Fatigue Could Help Google+

    Premium-Inhalt. Are you starting to tire of Facebook? It's nothing to be ashamed of. We've all been there, even me. Facebook users have grumbled about irritations with the site for years now, but there are some indications that they may finally have reached a breaking point.

  • Apple releases Lion GM to developers

    Premium-Inhalt. We're entering the month of Lion's ship date, and, sure enough, Apple is starting to turn the gears in motion to get its next OS out the door; on Friday, the company released Lion's Gold Master (GM) seed .

  • EA's Summer Sale

    Premium-Inhalt. EA has announced that starting from July 4, the company will be holding the "biggest EA sale ever" in celebration of America's birthday. The sale will cover not only PC titles sold via Origin, but also iPhone, iPad, Xbox Live Marketplace, Kindle, Pogo.com and Playfish titles.

  • Pic3D Screen Films Turn Any LCD into a 3D Screen

    Premium-Inhalt. Glasses-free 3D is coming to iPhones and computer screens now that the Japanese company called Global Wave has developed a special film, which can make any 2D LCD screen into a 3D display.

  • Spam messages promise Google+ invites, deliver drug ads

    Premium-Inhalt. It's the hottest invitation in technology right now -- an e-mail telling you how to "learn more about Google+." If you get one, though, be careful about clicking on it. It may be spam.

  • Apache streamlines Lucene, Solr

    Premium-Inhalt. Further refining an already widely used full-text search engine, the Apache Software Foundation has updated Lucene to execute searches more quickly across multiple servers, the development team announced Friday. It has also improved performance of Lucene's accompanying search platform, Solr.

  • WiMax: It's good for a lot more than consumer handsets

    Premium-Inhalt. While WiMax has lost the battle to be the 4G technology of choice for most U.S. consumer handsets, it's still alive and kicking in the enterprise market.

  • Apple to enforce iOS in-app content policy in coming days

    Premium-Inhalt. A reported deadline for developers to comply with an Apple policy on in-app subscription content has passed, with some developers yet to modify their apps. But has learned that Apple is working with developers to bring their apps into compliance as the company will look to start enforcing its new rules.

  • HP plans major enterprise push for TouchPad

    Premium-Inhalt. HP straddles two worlds: enterprise systems and consumer electronics. Its new TouchPad tablet is intended to satisfy the needs of both. But you'll have to look harder and wait longer to see HP's unfolding enterprise plan for TouchPad.

  • Nortel's patents more valuable than its products

    Premium-Inhalt. Nortel’s patents were slightly more valuable than its products, as the transactions for Nortel’s product groups combined did not quite measure up to the single deal for its intellectual property.

  • Minecraft Up for 6 European Games Awards

    Premium-Inhalt. Video games awards are often a fairly predictable affair -- if there's anything with Mass Effect or Assassin's Creed in the title you can pretty much guarantee they're going to pick up a significant number of awards, and titles from Rockstar usually perform well, too. But there's often not a lot of love for independently-developed titles -- there's sometimes a single indie category to honor them, but for most of the awards ceremonies it's a battle of the big hitters.

  • Zynga Files for IPO

    Premium-Inhalt. Zynga, creator of the inexplicably popular Facebook games FarmVille, CityVille and Mafia Wars, as well as the new owners of the popular "...With Friends" series for iPhone and Android devices, has proposed its initial public offering to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • Launcher 1.2

    Premium-Inhalt. There are dozens of launcher applications available for speeding up your productivity on your Mac, each with their own strengths and peculiarities. Nulana's () is an admirable addition to the crowd, providing quick and easy access to applications, folders, files, Web searches, system commands (like going into Screen Saver mode), and shell commands.

  • MoviePass Brings Subscription Model to Theaters

    Premium-Inhalt. Aren’t unlimited subscriptions great? I can get all the movies I want from Netflix, and all my games from GameFly. Now is trying to bring the same subscription model to movie theaters with unlimited movie viewings for $50 per month.

  • So reizen Sie Ihr Laptop-Touchpad voll aus

    Ratgeber Laptop & Netbook

    Photoshop, Call of Duty, oder Office – unsere Touchpad-Tipps lassen Sie jede Situation schnell & präzise meistern. Und wir verraten, wie Ihr Touchpad intelligent wird.  …mehr

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