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Meldungen vom 10.08.2011

  • Facebook-Chat bald als Smartphone-App

    Messenger

    Facebook hat seinen Chat in eine separate App für iOS und Android gepackt.  …mehr

  • Quelle ist wieder da

    Als Online-Marktplatz

    Ein legendärer Markenname kehrt zurück - allerdings steckt ein ganz anderes Unternehmen dahinter. …mehr

  • Apple auf dem Weg zum wertvollsten Unternehmen der Welt

    Marktkapitalisierung

    Den Konkurrenten Microsoft hat Apple - gemessen am Börsenwert - schon vor Monaten abgehängt.  …mehr

  • Gewinnsprung für Xing

    Quartalszahlen

    Das Karriere-Netzwerk Xing verbessert weiter schnell seine Geschäftszahlen. …mehr

  • Canon X MARK I MOUSE - Maus und Taschenrechner in einem

    Gadget des Tages

    Die X MARK I MOUSE von Canon vereint die Funktionalität einer Bluetooth-Maus mit einem Taschenrechner. …mehr

  • Twitter startet seinen Fotodienst

    Mit Photobucket

    Twitter hat seinen bereits angekündigten eigenen Service zum Hochladen von Bildern zu Tweets gestartet.  …mehr

  • Aufwärtstrend bei Intershop hält an

    Halbjahresbilanz

    Das Jenaer Softwareunternehmen Intershop profitiert vom Internetboom und verbucht zweistellige Wachstumsraten. …mehr

  • Apple stoppt Vertrieb von Samsungs Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Europa

    Einstweilige Verfügung

    Apple hat seinem Wettbewerber Samsung den Vertrieb des Tablet-Computers Galaxy Tab 10.1 in der Europäischen Union untersagen lassen. …mehr

  • Einfache Datei-Uploads für Java-Projekte

    Kleine Helfer

    Mit "FileUpload” der Apache Foundation steht Java-Entwicklern eine quelloffene Bibliothek für die unkomplizierte und flexible Implementierung von Datei-Uploads zur Verfügung.  …mehr

  • Anonymous will Facebook am 5.11. zerstören

    Hacker gegen Datenmissbrauch

    Die Hacking-Aktivisten von Anonymous haben auf Youtube ein Video eingestellt, in dem sie ankündigen, das soziale Netzwerk Facebook am 5. November zu vernichten.  …mehr

  • Microsoft Touch Mouse kommt in den Handel

    Multi-touch nur für Windows 7

    Microsoft bringt in diesen Tagen seine neue "Touch Mouse" in den Handel. Das erste Multi-touch-Eingagebegerät aus Redmond funktioniert allerdings nur mit Windows 7.  …mehr

  • Exxon und Apple wetteifern um Platz als teuerstes Unternehmen

    Market Cap

    Der Ölkonzern ExxonMobil liefert sich mit dem Technologiekonzern Apple ein Kopf-an-Kopf-Rennen um den Rang als weltweit wertvollstes Unternehmen. …mehr

  • SAP Netweaver Portal 7.3 stellt Endbenutzer in den Mittelpunkt

    Im Test

    Während die Version SAP Netweaver Portal 7.0 in erster Linie die Prozessintegration im Blick hat, erweitert die neue Version 7.3 den Fokus auf Endbenutzer und erlaubt sehr viel mehr Interaktion.  …mehr

  • Mit MediaElementPlayer HTML5-Video für jeden Browser

    Kleine Helfer

    Egal ob Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari oder Chrome, ob auf dem PC, iPhone, iPad oder Android-Smartphone: Mit dem JavaScript-Framework "MediaElementPlayer" funktioniert HTML5-Video in jedem Browser und auf jedem Gerät.  …mehr

  • Die besten kostenlosen Programme aus dem App Store

    Gratis-Apps

    Das Angebot im App Store wächst von Tag zu Tag. Wir zeigen die besten kostenlosen Programme für iPhone und iPad, die unterhalten oder den Alltag erleichtern.  …mehr

  • Canon EOS 600D versus Nikon D5100

    Digitale Spiegelreflexkameras im Vergleichstest

    Die populärsten Volks-Spiegelreflexkameras von Canon und Nikon gibt es in einer Neuauflage. Wir zeigen die Unterschiede.  …mehr

  • Die Folgen der vereinfachten E-Rechnung

    De-Mail und E-Brief

    Die elektronische Übermittlung von Rechnungen ist jetzt auch ohne elektronische Signatur möglich. Raimund Schlotmann von Itella antwortet im Interview mit unserer Schwesterpublikation CIO.  …mehr

  • Die besten Notebooks unter 1000 Euro

    Vergleichstest

    Schnell, sparsam und gut ausgestattet: Diese Eigenschaften sollte ein gutes Notebook haben. Wir empfehlen acht Laptops unter 1000 Euro.  …mehr

  • So sehen sich IT-Freiberufler

    Selbstbewusst, erfolgreich, zufrieden

    Sie haben sich nach Krisen oder Insolvenz selbständig gemacht, heute sind IT-Freiberufler mit Jobsituation und Verdienst zufrieden. Flexibilität ist für sie keine Belastung, so eine Studie der Fernuni Hagen..  …mehr

  • Zuständigkeit bei Kündigungsschutzklage

    Entlassung und die Folgen

    Der Europäische Gerichtshof hatte zu entscheiden, welches Arbeitsrecht bei einer Tätigkeit in mehreren EU-Mitgliedsstaaten gilt.  …mehr

  • Kritik am IT-Outsourcing

    Intransparenz und Qualitätsmängel

    Viele Anwender, die ihre IT ausgelagert haben, sind unzufrieden mit der Transparenz und der Servicequalität ihres Service-Providers. …mehr

  • Bernie Madoff's Pants Sold as iPad Covers

    Premium-Inhalt. Here's the most expensive you'll probably never buy: iPad cover manufacturer is selling a limited supply of tablet sheaths made from the pants of notorious Ponzi-schemer .

  • Apple releases Migration Assistant update for Leopard users

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple wants you to know that it takes care of its migrating Leopards--even if they're not snow-colored. On Wednesday, the company released Migration Assistant for Mac OS X Leopard, to aid users in transferring files from a Mac running Leopard to one with Lion installed.

  • Walmart to Exit MP3 Business on August 29

    Premium-Inhalt. iTunes wins another one. Walmart will shutter its online music store late this month and exit the MP3 business. While no public announcement has been made, the company confirmed the move to several news outlets on Wednesday.

  • Computer scientist predicts your next Facebook friends

    Premium-Inhalt. Half of the friends you will add on Facebook in the future can be predicted, said Stanford University's Jure Leskovec. He has been elected as one of this year's recipients of the Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowships.

  • Microsoft awards fellowships to eight researchers

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has awarded this year's Research Faculty Fellowship to eight researchers who will receive grants up to US$200,000 each.

  • Encrypting data in the cloud brings win for Texas

    Premium-Inhalt. For his work on the foundations of a new way of encrypting data, Brent Waters from the University of Texas in Austin has been elected as one of this year's Microsoft Research Faculty Fellows.

  • Baidu shuts down Twitter-like service

    Premium-Inhalt. China's largest search engine Baidu has pulled back from the country's Twitter-like services market after the company said it would shutdown its own microblogging website.

  • Booz Allen CEO downplays effect of Anonymous hack

    Premium-Inhalt. A July cyberattack on Booz Allen Hamilton will not materially harm the company's bottom line, its CEO said Tuesday.

  • Google engineer, Adobe squabble over Flash bug credit

    Premium-Inhalt. Adobe patched 13 critical bugs in its nearly-ubiquitous Flash Player on Tuesday, but came under quick criticism from a security engineer who works for Google, a close partner of Adobe.

  • Sony Xperia Play Hack Puts PS One Games in Your Pocket

    Premium-Inhalt. Ever wanted to put old PlayStation One classics like Suikoden II, Valkyrie Profile, Final Fantasy VII, Mega Man Legends, and Rival Schools on your mobile device? Well, if you happen to be a crack reverse-engineering Android developer like , that's not an unreasonable goal. He's currently enjoying a nice game of Crash Bandicoot, loaded right from a handy .ISO file.

  • Duck and Cover: The Finance 'Arms Race'

    Premium-Inhalt. One clear lesson from the long Cold War era, with its nuclear gamesmanship between superpowers, was that stockpiling arms may not necessarily lead to enhanced security. As the U.S. and the Soviet Union feverishly spent money on an increasing number of increasingly deadly weapons, both sides found their populations saddled with greater fears for their own survival, evidenced by the building of bomb shelters, and drills that led kindergarteners like me to seek shelter under our desks.

  • Remains of the Day: Reduce, reuse, recycle

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple sure loves the three Rs. One prominent Apple Store's glass panels are being reduced, a rival company's employees are being reused, and Macs, monitors, and iOS devices can now be recycled. But don't forget the most important R: The remainders for Tuesday, August 9, 2011.

  • Sign up for the Gotham City Impostors Closed Beta Now

    Premium-Inhalt. Hey, remember that scene in The Dark Knight where Batman shows up to fight the Scarecrow, but it's not really Batman, and then the real Batman shows up, and that dude's all "What gives you the right?" and then Batman's all "?" Remember that they're making a game that's kind of based off that idea? You remember that?

  • Humble Indie Bundle 3 Raises Over $2M, Sells 372,235 Copies

    Premium-Inhalt. has officially closed up shop, with donations topping out at $2.16 million. Gamers were even more generous this time around, with HIB3 comfortably beating the previous record held by Humble Indie Bundle 2, which racked up $1.8 in sales and donations. Every person who bought the collection of indie games is now the proud, DRM-free owner of , , , , , , and .

  • Instant Coupons Change Discounts For Small Businesses

    Premium-Inhalt. LivingSocial, the largest daily deal site behind Groupon, has rolled out an interesting way to purchase your next burrito, yoga class, or massage appointment. It's called LivingSocial Instant, modeled after Groupon's Now coupons, which are served to mobile users for short periods of time. If you're walking by an ice cream shop, for example, a Instant coupon could ping your mobile phone, via an app, that you have an hour to get 50 percent off a banana split.

  • MS makes more on cloud-based Exchange than legacy email

    Premium-Inhalt. claims it earns more money per user from cloud-based Exchange email accounts than it does selling the legacy version of Exchange most businesses deploy today.

  • RightNow CEO on Improving the Customer Experience

    Premium-Inhalt. For Greg Gianforte and his colleagues at Bozeman, MT, based RightNow Technologies, Inc., customer relationship management is so, well, yesterday. The key focus for companies today, Gianforte told IDG Enterprise Chief Content Officer John Gallant in this installment of the IDGE CEO Interview Series, is dramatically improving the 'customer experience' in all the places consumers touch organizations -- from the Web to the call center.

  • Remains of the Day: iFauxne

    Premium-Inhalt. Could this be what the iPhone 5 looks like? I mean, sure, but for all we know it could also look like, say, a blue police box from 1963. Plus, the most exclusive of felonious iPad cases and 10 Things You May Not Know About Steve Jobs, But Probably Some of Which You Already Did. The remainders for Wednesday, August 10, 2011 learn something new every day.

  • Cisco profit fell one-third in Q4

    Premium-Inhalt. Cisco's profit in its fiscal fourth quarter fell about one-third from a year earlier, while its sales increased only 3.3 percent, the company reported on Wednesday.

  • South African police arrest man for selling jailbroken PS3s

    Premium-Inhalt. South African police have arrested a 28-year-old Johannesburg man accused of selling jailbroken Sony PlayStation 3 machines and pirated game software.

  • Check Out This Star Fox Character Concept Art

    Premium-Inhalt. Star Fox Assault isn't the most popular entry in the series, but Star Fox fans will still appreciate this new cache of concept art that recently hit the Internet (via ).

  • Prosecutor charges two in 2010 sale of iPhone 4 prototype

    Premium-Inhalt. A California county district attorney's office has decided not to press charges against Gizmodo or former editor Jason Chen for the blog's part in a 2010 case involving a lost Apple iPhone 4 prototype.

  • App Designed to Show What Your Friends Really Think of You

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're sick of the endless stream of "likes" and "favorites" on your social networks, then the new concept app may be the cure for what ails you. Use of this tongue-in-cheek app promises to balance out all the meaningless positivity on your Facebook feed. Every time one of your friend requests is blocked or a friend mocks one of your tweets, Appathy is designed to let you know and-in the process-to keep your ego in check.

  • myBantu Brings Social Productivity to Android and iOS

    Premium-Inhalt. The concept of social productivity is gaining momentum, and I've covered some prominent previously on this blog. As a general sort of thing, social productivity sounds like a good idea. It makes work collaborative, emphasizes communication, and keeps everyone informed of a project's status. In practice, however, it's often noisy, kludgy, haphazard, and annoying. But after taking a look at new mobile apps from a service called yesterday, I'm a little more open to the notion of this kind of social work.

  • Sensor Sips Drinks to Detect Date Rape Drugs

    Premium-Inhalt. Professor and Doctor Michael Ioffe of Tel Aviv University's school of chemistry have developed a sensor that can detect date rape drugs in real time. The sensor is placed in a straw or stirrer so it can be discreetly dipped into your drink. It takes a small sample of your drink and mixes it with a chemical solution If the testing detects a date-rape drug, it turns dark and the sensor shines a red light.

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