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  • Mobilfunker o2 investiert in Netzausbau

    LTE

    Der Mobilfunkanbieter o2 investiert einen dreistelligen Millionenbetrag in den Ausbau des neuen Mobilfunkstandards LTE (Long Term Evolution) in den deutschen Großstädten.  …mehr

  • RIM warnt vor Sicherheitslücke

    Blackberry Enterprise Server

    Research in Motion (RIM) hat vor einer schweren Sicherheitslücke der höchsten Stufe in seinen Blackberry-Servern gewarnt. Über präparierte Bilder könnten Kriminelle auf die Unternehmensserver zugreifen und Schadcodes einschleusen, teilt das Unternehmen mit. …mehr

  • Sensor verwandelt Handrücken in Touchscreen

    Fernsteuerung von Gadgets

    Ein Gerät im Armbanduhr-Format kann den Handrücken eines Menschen zu einer Art Touchscreen umfunktionieren.  …mehr

  • Erste Bilder der neuen Android-Version

    Google Ice Cream Sandwich

    Die jetzt gezeigte Version ist jedoch noch in einer sehr frühen Entwicklungsstufe, berichten sowohl das Blog Android Police als auch das Forum RootzWiki.  …mehr

  • United Internet mit einer Milliarde Umsatz?

    Analysten erwarten

    Der Internetdienstleister United Internet startet nach Einschätzung von Analysten mit guten Zahlen in die zweite Jahreshälfte. Sie trauen dem Unternehmen zu, in den ersten sechs Monaten die Marke von einer Milliarde Euro Umsatz geknackt zu haben.  …mehr

  • Elf Jahre TecChannel auf einer CD

    PDF-Archiv

    48 eBooks und 7500 Seiten Know-how: Mit der TecChannel Archiv-CD erhalten Sie fundiertes Wissen aus elf Jahren TecChannel-Compact. Die Bibliothek liegt im PDF-Format vor und lässt sich mit jedem Reader lesen.  …mehr

  • Landgericht verhandelt am 25. August

    Apple vs. Samsung

    Im Ideenklau-Streit zwischen Apple und Samsung um ihre Tablet-Computer iPad und Galaxy Tab hat das Landgericht Düsseldorf eine mündliche Verhandlung angesetzt. Am 25. August werde man den Geschmacksmuster-Rechtsstreit vor der Zivilkammer 14c verhandeln …mehr

  • Die besten Gadgets für Windows 7

    Ratgeber Windows 7

    In unserem Special stellen wir Ihnen eine Auswahl der besten Gadgets vor, die derzeit für Windows 7 erhältlich sind. Die Gadgets decken unterschiedliche Bereiche ab.  …mehr

  • Google+ wird zur Spiele-Plattform

    Wooga und Zynga bieten an

    Google verschärft den Konkurrenzkampf mit Facebook und rüstet sein Soziales Online-Netzwerk Google+ mit Spielen auf. Zum Start seien 16 Titel verfügbar. …mehr

  • 20 Millionen Smartphone-Nutzer in Deutschland

    Forsa-Studie

    Laut einer neuen Forsa-Studie für den Branchenverband Bitkom hat heute schon etwa jeder dritte Deutsche über 14 Jahren ein Smartophone.  …mehr

  • 88 Mini-Tipps für Windows & Co.

    Schnell und einfach

    Wieso viele Worte verlieren, wenn sich ein Software- oder Betriebssystem-Problem auch einfacher lösen lässt… …mehr

  • Die richtige Backup- und Restore-Strategie

    Ratgeber Disaster Recovery

    Mit intelligenten Speicherlösungen können Firmen ihre Betriebskosten deutlich senken. Lesen Sie, wie Sie mit der richtigen Restore- und Backup-Strategie Kosten sparen und geschäftskritische Prozesse schützen können. …mehr

  • Acer Iconia Tab A500 im Test

    Tablet-PC

    Das Iconia A500 ist das erste Android-Tablet von Acer. Es läuft mit Honeycomb und kostet nur 500 Euro – das neue Tablet-Schnäppchen?  …mehr

  • Warum es noch keine iPad-Rivalen gibt

    Android wird Apple überholen

    Richtige Konkurrenz für das iPad ist immer noch nicht in Sicht. Woran das liegt, haben wir mit dem IDC-Analysten Rüdiger Spies zu ergründen versucht.  …mehr

  • Ist der "Gefällt mir"-Button wettbewerbswidrig?

    Urteil zu Facebook

    Das Landgericht Berlin hat Massenabmahnern einen Riegel vorgeschoben. Johannes Richard nennt Einzelheiten.  …mehr

  • Die 8 besten SCM-Beratungshäuser

    Accenture, Booz, Deloitte & Co.

    Die Krise lehrte, Risiken in der Lieferkette nie zu vernachlässigen. Supply Chain Management hat seither Konjunktur. Welche Consultants hier hervorstechen, zeigt eine Studie von Kennedy Information Advisors. …mehr

  • "Sie können bleiben, aber für weniger Gehalt" - ist das erlaubt?

    Das Wichtigste zur Ändererungskündigung

    In wirtschaftlich schlechten Zeiten versuchen Arbeitgeber oft, die Löhne ihrer Arbeitnehmer zu kürzen. Unter welchen Bedingungen dies erlaubt ist, erläutert Dr. Christian Salzbrunn*.  …mehr

  • Der Tod des Firmen-PCs

    iPhone, IPad, Notebook

    Die Art und Weise, wie Anwender in den Unternehmen mit IT umgehen, steht vor tiefgreifenden Veränderungen. CIOs, die sich darauf richtig einstellen, können davon profitieren. …mehr

  • Die besten Jailbreak-Apps für Apples iPhone und iPod touch

    Mehr Funktionalität und Individualität

    Jailbreak bedeutet viel mehr als der "Unlock". iPhone und iPod touch lassen sich mit Tausenden von Apps erweitern, die Apple nicht zulässt. Die Kollegen vom "Tecchannel" haben die besten Jailbreak-Apps für Sie zusammengestellt.  …mehr

  • Google+ Games Launch With Angry Birds, Dragon Age, More

    Premium-Inhalt. Because, come on, it's not like you didn't see this coming, Google+ is in the process of debuting a bevy of social games from some high-profile developers, including PopCap, Zynga, Rovio, BioWare, and Funzio. As soon as the roll-out is complete, a "Games" button should appear at the top of your Google+ stream, which should grant you access to the following games:

  • LinkedIn hurries to address privacy spat

    Premium-Inhalt. LinkedIn will make changes to a "social advertising" feature that sparked criticism for using members' names and photographs in advertisements on its website.

  • How the iPhone Will Save Us from the Recession

    Premium-Inhalt. I believe as young Americans -- who didn't create the current economic mess, but will certainly be volunteered to don the proverbial janitorial onesie and clean it up -- we have two realistic options in how to move forward:

  • LinkedIn Changes Social Ads in Response to Gripes

    Premium-Inhalt. LinkedIn fired back today after a few days of for its new "social ads" that use information from users' profiles in the ads. LinkedIn Director of Product Management Ryan Roslansky to clarify issues that had arisen over the newly launched social ads.

  • NAND flash can verify a device's identity

    Premium-Inhalt. People who make, buy and sell flash storage could detect counterfeit products based on the unique "fingerprints" of the chips, using techniques being developed by university researchers.

  • Minecraft's Wedding Weekend Means Two-for-One Game Deal

    Premium-Inhalt. In celebration of his wedding this weekend, Notch, the man behind , has announced the aptly named Wedding Weekend to take place over the next few days. Here's how it works: If you purchase a new copy of Minecraft this weekend, a gift code for a second copy will be added to your account, which you can redeem by logging in and going . Ah, young love...such a blockheaded affair.

  • First Metal Gear Solid Joins Japanese MGS HD Collection

    Premium-Inhalt. Depending on whether you live in Japan or western territories, your version of the is going to be a bit different.

  • Bay Area transit police cut mobile service to thwart protest

    Premium-Inhalt. The agency that runs the commuter trains that rumble beneath San Francisco each day hit the panic button Thursday night, cutting off mobile-phone service to hundreds of thousands of commuters in an effort to thwart a protest that was expected to snarl up the evening commute.

  • Child of Eden On PS3 in September, With Move and 3D Support

    Premium-Inhalt. Mark your calendars, kids -- is set to hit the PlayStation 3 next month, with an official release slated for September 27. The PS3 version of this eye-popping on-rails experience will not only feature integration of Sony's PlayStation Move controller, but will also come with stereoscopic 3D support, which should really bring the game's trance-inducing environments to life.

  • Sprint cancels WiMax version of BlackBerry PlayBook

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint has decided not to offer a WiMax version of the BlackBerry PlayBook, the company said Friday.

  • Pay Isn't Everything

    Premium-Inhalt. Here we go again. The stock market's wild ride this week may rattle business confidence, and put the brakes on most future hiring decisions. This uncertainty may also bring pay raises into question.

  • The Groans of August: CFOs Acclimate

    Premium-Inhalt. First, sent shivers through the corporate finance -- and the rest of the world -- late last week, dropping the nation from AAA to AA+. In its report explaining the change, Washington's compromise fiscal consolidation plan as falling short "of what, in our view, would be necessary to stabilize the government's medium-term debt dynamics." Then came the global markets' tumbles, recoveries, and tumbles again, reflecting European concerns as well as American ones.

  • Sony VAIO SB Series: Light, Expensive, Fast

    Premium-Inhalt. Sony's VAIO SB series, as configured in our review unit (model VPCSB1BGX), offers the best overall performance of any Ultraportable laptop we've yet tested. It's light, thin, and a pleasure to use despite a few minor annoyances. Pity, then, that this configuration costs $2500. The base model starts at only $900, but that configuration won't dominate our benchmarks as our review model does.

  • NPD July 2011 By the Numbers

    Premium-Inhalt. Video Games Sales Look Pretty Low

  • Android Tablets Grab 20 Percent of Market Share

    Premium-Inhalt. Android media tablets are slowly grabbing market share from the iPad, but no single competitor has yet to mount a formidable challenge to Apple's industry-leading slate.

  • Tablets, other devices to overshadow PCs by 2013

    Premium-Inhalt. The PC, simply put, is having a tough year.

  • Facebook Returns Fire at Google Plus with Gaming Overhaul

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook isn't going to let Google Plus dominate the news wire today, as the company has launched a total upheaval of their games content. With competition rearing its head, Facebook has now implemented features that will either increase your gaming addiction or limit the constant stream of Farmville, Zynga Poker, or "Zombie Something" notifications. Talk about timing.

  • Study finds Android app-makers careless with some data

    Premium-Inhalt. A lot of the software written for Google's Android mobile phones falls short when it comes to user privacy and security.

  • Create a Keyboard Shortcut for Your Favorite Folder

    Premium-Inhalt. Reader Jim has a documents folder that he uses regularly, and wants to know if there's a way to pin it to the Taskbar for fast and easy access. (He also notes that he loves Hassle-Free PC, indicating he's an especially smart individual.)

  • Amazon CEO Invents Airbags For Your Cell Phone

    Premium-Inhalt. We've all either done it or had nightmares about it: an expensive mobile device. Well, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos thinks he has the solution--mobile phone airbags.

  • Giant iTablous iPhone Works, Makes Useful Interactive Table

    Premium-Inhalt. Have an iPhone and love it, but find the touchscreen keys a pain to type with? It is pretty annoying that you can end up hitting the wrong keys in a message (sometimes causing autocorrect to go haywire), but would you want an iPhone bigger than your pocket that isn't an iPad? There's always , the working iPhone the size of a table.

  • Lenovo's new portable monitor powered by USB

    Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo this week announced a 14-inch mobile monitor that works by plugging it into a laptop's USB port.

  • Spotify: Great For Playlists, Not Much Else

    Premium-Inhalt. Spotify for Android is a simple music player that ties in with . Sure, you can use it to manage your phone's locally stored tunes, but as a music manager it's inferior to, say, Winamp. Spotify as a package deal--with the all-you-can-stream online and offline premium account--is quite good.

  • Wall Street Beat: Tech shares on wild ride

    Premium-Inhalt. U.S. stock markets edged up for the day Friday afternoon, but fears of an economic slowdown and concerns about the debt crisis in Europe caused technology stocks to seesaw wildly along with shares of companies in other sectors this week.

  • iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending Aug. 12

    Premium-Inhalt. The 5 is a world-historical event, even though it's not, technically, an event yet. This week the iOSsphere rumors ranged far afield, with contributions from Italy, Russia and China.

  • Security rundown for week ending Aug. 12

    Premium-Inhalt. Not unlike the , this past week saw hacking once again grab everyone's attention. This time it was from the shadowy group to "kill" the social-networking site Facebook. The reason given? Anonymous supposedly thinks Facebook abuses people's privacy and cooperates with authoritarian governments.

  • Google Chromebooks now run Windows through Citrix Receiver

    Premium-Inhalt. Google's Web-based can now access desktops and through Citrix's technology, thanks to a new app released this week.

  • Google+ has Facebook's gaming success in its crosshairs

    Premium-Inhalt. Google+ took a big swing at its most prominent competitor this week when it added gaming to the fledgling site.

  • US agency releases cyber-education plan

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. government will work to develop an "unrivaled" cybersecurity workforce and broaden the nation's pool of skilled cyberworkers under a draft cybersecurity education plan released Friday by a U.S. agency.

  • Consumerization of IT: Lessons for enterprise applications

    Premium-Inhalt. The consumerization of IT is real. showed that 40% of devices used to access business applications are personally owned, up 10 percentage points from 2010.

  • Bugs & Fixes: Lion compatibility problems continue

    Premium-Inhalt. As Michael Corleone said, "Just when I thought I was out... they pull me back in." That's my current reaction to Mac OS X Lion compatibility problems. After devoting my three previous columns to this topic, I was ready to move on. But new issues continue to demand attention. Here's the latest:

  • Space elevator enthusiasts face unanswered questions

    Premium-Inhalt. Might solar energy provide the power needed to send cars up a space elevator? Could you build one fat elevator and split it into two? Can as many as six cars travel up and down a space elevator?

  • Apple's greatest triumphs and worst failures

    Premium-Inhalt. Every tech company has its ups and downs, but Apple is more like a roller coaster. Yet Apple's highs and lows are not so much about individual products as they are about attitudes and philosophies -- the underlying causes of, say, both the iPad (triumph) and the Pippin (failure).

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