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  • Niederländisches Gericht stoppt Samsung-Smartphones

    Ganz Europa

    Samsung hat im Ideenklau-Streit mit Apple einen weiteren schweren Rückschlag in Europa erlitten. …mehr

  • Nicknames gefährden Webleben

    Google+

    Eine Missachtung des Realnamensgebots bei der Anmeldung zu Google+ führt nicht nur zum Ausschluss vom Facebook-Konkurrenten selbst, sondern auch zur Einschränkung anderer Google-Dienste wie Google Buzz, Google Reader und Picasa Web Album. Gmail ist davon allerdings nicht betroffen.  …mehr

  • Versorger schenken IT-Sicherheit wenig Beachtung

    Verbraucher fürchten

    Die Mehrheit der Deutschen sieht in den Energieversorgern eine Risikobranche für externe Angreifer. …mehr

  • Modder bieten Prämie für Android-Port

    HP Touchpad

    Vor wenigen Tagen zog Hewlett-Packard den Stecker für das "Touchpad"-Tablet und stellte die Entwicklung weiterer Geräte auf Basis von webOS ein. …mehr

  • Weltweiter Server-Markt im Q2 wächst um 17,9 Prozent

    IDC

    Die Marktforschungsfirma IDC hat Zahlen zum weltweiten Server-Markt im zweiten Quartal 2011 vorgelegt. Demnach stieg der Umsatz um 17,9 Prozent auf 13,2 Milliarden Dollar. …mehr

  • Mehr Schutz vor Kostenfallen im Internet

    Bundesregierung

    Verbraucher sollen künftig besser vor Kostenfallen im Internet geschützt werden. …mehr

  • Ermittler stellen bei kino.to riesige Datenmenge sicher

    Über 1 Petabyte

    Im Verfahren gegen das Internet-Filmportal kino.to haben die Ermittler eine riesige Datenmenge von mehr als einer Million Gigabyte (ein Petabyte) sichergestellt. …mehr

  • Tablet-Computer gab es schon in "Odyssee im Weltraum"

    Samsung

    Im Ideenklau-Streit mit Apple um das Design von Tablet-Computern sucht Samsung jetzt Hilfe beim Filmklassiker "2001: Odyssee im Weltraum". …mehr

  • Facebook-Mitglieder erhalten mehr Kontrolle über Privatsphäre

    Mehr Settings inline

    Das weltgrößte Online-Netzwerk Facebook erleichtert seinen Nutzern die Kontrolle über ihre Privatsphäre. …mehr

  • Der aktuelle Gerüchte-Stand zu iPhone 5 und iPhone 4S

    Facts oder Fiction?

    Die Spekulationen über ein neues günstiges iPhone haben neue Nahrung erhalten: Zulieferer haben offenbar damit begonnen, ein iPhone 4 mit nur 8 GB Speicher herzustellen.  …mehr

  • Das HP TouchPad - mehr als ein Schnäppchen?

    HP-Tablet mit 9,7 Zoll und webOS 3.0

    Egal ob Sie das Touchpad im HP Store ergattern konnten oder erwägen, im Nachgang bei Ebay & Co. zuzuschlagen. Wir zeigen Ihnen, was Sie für Ihr Geld erhalten.  …mehr

  • Komfortables File Sharing

    Kleine Helfer

    Mit "HFS HTTP File Server" lassen sich auch große Dateien sicher via Internet austauschen. …mehr

  • Sind Sie ein ITSM-Profi?

    Das Quiz für ITIL-Experten

    Nur sechs Prozent der Teilnehmer schaffen es in unserem ITSM-Quiz bis in die entscheidende Runde. Gehören Sie dazu? …mehr

  • Tipps zur Qualitätssicherung

    Software-Testing

    Von der Einbettung eines messbaren und durchgängigen Testprozesses als Teil der IT-Strategie sind noch viele Unternehmen weit entfernt. Aus Sicht der Individualentwicklung gibt es jedoch einige einfache Praxistipps für die Software-Qualitätssicherung.  …mehr

  • Ratgeber für perfekte Vorlagen für Microsoft Office

    Office-Vorlagen

    Nur wenige Office-Dokumente müssen aus dem Nichts neu aufgebaut werden. Wir erklären Ihnen, wie Sie schnell wirkungsvolle Vorlagen für Word und Co. anlegen oder fertige Vorlagen gratis beschaffen und sich damit künftig viel Arbeit ersparen. …mehr

  • Kostenlose Spiele im Internet

    Freeware für den Sommer

    Wenn es draußen zu heiß wird vergeht die Zeit bei einem Spielchen viel schneller. Viel Spass mit unseren kostenlosen Games aus dem Web! …mehr

  • KRadio - Internet-Radio

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit dem KRadio von Roth steht ihnen neben tausenden Internet-Radio-Streams auch klassisches UKW-Radio zur Verfügung. …mehr

  • Keine Angst vor der Betriebsprüfung

    Selbständige Informatiker

    Irgendwann trifft es jeden selbständigen Informatiker: Das Finanzamt kündigt eine Betriebsprüfung an. Was ist zu tun?  …mehr

  • Wo die IT noch sparen kann

    Kostendruck

    Nachdem die IT-Budgets gerade wieder zunahmen, ist Kostensparen mittlerweile erneut ein Thema. Doch Abstriche beim Service sind kaum noch möglich. …mehr

  • Neue Weg im User-Support

    Konsolidierung und Virtualisierung

    Wie sollen Support-Organisationen auf Consumerisation und Globalisierung reagieren? Acht erprobte Schritte können weiterhelfen.  …mehr

  • Schritt für Schritt zur eigenen App

    Für iOS, Android, Blackberry und Co.

    Die Unterschiede zwischen den Betriebssystemen, Geräten und Vermarktungsmöglichkeiten machen den Weg zur eigenen App nicht leicht. Worauf Sie bei der Entwicklung mobiler Anwendungen achten sollten.  …mehr

  • iPhone thief accidentally IDs himself via Photobucket

    Premium-Inhalt. Photobucket has a cool mobile application that allows users to automatically upload mobile pictures to the company's photo-sharing website. That's something that Korey Heess is unlikely to forget anytime soon, after allegedly snapping a picture of himself that was used by police to identify him as a smartphone thief.

  • New .hack Movie Will Include 'Small Game' on Blu-ray Release

    Premium-Inhalt. CyberConnect2 announced a new .hack CGI movie earlier today, but it sounds like that's not the only thing publisher Namco Bandai has in mind for the franchise.

  • Facebook Changes Aimed at Improved Privacy

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook Tuesday announced changes to its user interface that are designed to improve user privacy and make the social network's privacy options easier to find.

  • IBM shines in strong Q2 server market

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM's worldwide server revenue jumped a healthy 24.5 percent in the second quarter, putting it neck and neck with Hewlett-Packard for the top spot, IDC reported Tuesday.

  • First Pakistani recognized as Top Innovator by MIT

    Premium-Inhalt. today announced that Dr. Umar Saif, Associate Professor at the School of Science of Engineering, has been recognized by MIT Technology Review as one of the top 35 innovators (TR35) in the world. In the last decade, this is the first time a Pakistani has been selected for the prestigious TR35 award.

  • First Bungie Aerospace Game is About Steampunk Pirates

    Premium-Inhalt. Because the only thing cooler than pirates is pirates with gears on them, Crimson: Steam Pirates, the first game from , is set to hit the App Store on September 1.

  • Apple releases Epson 2.8 printer driver update

    Premium-Inhalt. If you love your Epson hardware, treat it right. How? With Apple's 2.8 , released Tuesday.

  • Twitter Image Galleries Open Up Business Outreach

    Premium-Inhalt. All those pictures you've been posting to Twitter using third-party apps, such as or TwitPic, will appear on your Twitter profile starting Monday.

  • Text of Steve Jobs' letter to Apple employees

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Jobs sent the following to Apple employees and board members upon his resignation as CEO Wednesday.

  • Remains of the Day: Ad infinitum, and beyond

    Premium-Inhalt. If you thought Apple would just dash off its iPhone 5 commercial at the last moment, then you don't know Apple, my friend. Meanwhile, the Netherlands weighs in on the Apple vs. Samsung case, iTunes gains share for digital movie downloads, and Windows 8 provides more information than you require. Stay on target for the remainders for Wednesday, August 24, 2011.

  • Apple turns to Tim Cook to replace Steve Jobs

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's newest CEO has a tough act to follow. But in turning to chief operating officer Tim Cook to replace Steve Jobs in the wake of the latter's Wednesday, Apple's board of directors has chosen a familiar face with a proven track record with the company.

  • Steve Jobs Resigns as CEO of Apple

    Premium-Inhalt. As reported by , on Wednesday, Steve Jobs resigned as Apple's CEO. As CEO, Jobs ushered in an unparalleled streak of success with the launch of Apple's famed iTunes Software, iPod music player, iPhone, and iPad tablet. Jobs vision and aggressive business practices have helped Apple become one of the wealthiest companies in the world, and Steve Jobs become a household name. An icon for the Cupertino-based technology company, Jobs has been on medical leave since January of 2011, and there was speculation that his health issues would keep him away from returning on a long-term basis. Apple has named former Apple Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook to replace him.

  • Apple CEO Steve Jobs resigns

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's iconic CEO, Steve Jobs, is resigning and has asked the company's board of directors to tap COO Tim Cook as his replacement.

  • Steve Jobs' Resignation Letter From Apple

    Premium-Inhalt. Here is the full text of Steve Jobs' resignation letter:

  • Steve Jobs resigns as Apple CEO; Tim Cook takes helm

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has stepped down from his position as CEO of the company and Tim Cook, Apple's chief operating officer, has been named to take the helm, Apple announced Wednesday.

  • Steve Jobs Resigns as CEO of Apple

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Jobs resigned this afternoon as CEO of Apple. In an eight-sentence letter to the Apple board of directors and "the Apple community," Jobs indicated that he "could no longer meet [his] duties and expectations as Apple's CEO."

  • Steve Jobs's fierce life and legacy

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs has resigned as CEO from Apple today, after a remarkable career. (He will continue with Apple as chairman of the board.) Jobs is that rare person who truly has transformed an industry -- several times, in fact -- and in many ways changed the daily activities of people throughout the world. He is also a controversial man, reviled by many, loved by many, admired by many, and criticized by many.

  • As Hurricane Irene nears, Americans turn to social networks

    Premium-Inhalt. After an earthquake rattled the East Coast and now a hurricane is roaring toward land, it's becoming increasingly clear that social networks are a key part of our disaster response.

  • Apple CEO Steve Jobs resigns

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's iconic CEO, Steve Jobs, is resigning and has asked the company's board of directors to tap COO Tim Cook as his replacement.

  • Steve Jobs's resignation letter

    Premium-Inhalt. Here is the text of a letter sent by Steve Jobs to Apple employees, as he on Wednesday.

  • Steve Jobs resigns as Apple CEO

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Jobs has resigned as Apple CEO and the company has named former Apple Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook to replace him.

  • Steve Jobs resigns as Apple CEO; Tim Cook takes the reigns

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Jobs has resigned as the CEO of Apple and will be replaced by Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook, Apple announced Wednesday. Jobs has been elected chairman of Apple's board, effective immediately, the company said.

  • Steve Jobs resigns as Apple CEO

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Jobs has resigned as Apple CEO, according to documents posted by Apple to Business Wire. Jobs has recommended that Apple COO Tim Cook be named CEO, according to the Apple press release.

  • MongoDB co-author: Enterprises to start adding NoSQL

    Premium-Inhalt. Alreading serving enterprise needs for OLTP/operational and business intelligence and reporting systems, the database space is expanding to a third critical realm, non-relational, NoSQL database usage, MongoDB co-author Dwight Merriman said on Wednesday.

  • Experts positive on Facebook's new privacy controls

    Premium-Inhalt. Privacy advocates and security experts have given Facebook a preliminary thumbs-up on the upcoming changes designed to improve privacy controls on its site.

  • MIT researchers craft defense against wireless man-in-middle attacks

    Premium-Inhalt. MIT researchers have devised a protocol to flummox man-in-the-middle attacks against networks. The all-software solution lets wireless radios automatically pair without the use of passwords and without relying on out-of-band techniques such as infrared or video channels.

  • You Can't Blame Social Networks for Teen Drinking, Drugging

    Premium-Inhalt. Congratulations, Facebook. You're the new Rock 'n' Roll: Corruptor of America's Youth.

  • Feds Crack Down on Illegally Streamed Sporting Events

    Premium-Inhalt. A 19-year-old New York man was arrested yesterday by agents of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HIS) directorate for allegedly streaming live sporting events over the Internet illegally.

  • Lenovo IdeaPad Z370

    Premium-Inhalt. If you didn't already know that Lenovo created its IdeaPad line to appeal to consumers, the peacock-blue case option of the IdeaPad Z370 would certainly provide a strong clue, as would the system's large (for a laptop) stereo speakers and appealing price tag. This 13.3-inch all-purpose portable is definitely not your father's pricey, corporate-focused ThinkPad--and if you're on a tight budget, that's a good thing.

  • Geek 101: Why Canadians Felt an Earthquake in Virginia

    Premium-Inhalt. On Tuesday, an earthquake measuring 5.8 on the --around 38 miles away from the state's capital city of Richmond.

  • Samsung Canada learns to avoid wireless bill shock

    Premium-Inhalt. As the staff of enterprises increasingly adopt smart phones, tablets and laptops as essential working tools, the odds also increase that their IT or telecom managers will run into bill shock.

  • Apple issues updates for Boot Camp, iMac graphics firmware

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple on Thursday released a pair of updates to exterminate lingering bugs: one for Boot Camp, and one for the firmware in iMacs' graphics processors.

  • EHR use by doctors will foster personal health record uptake

    Premium-Inhalt. A lack of electronic medical data from doctors, complicated setup processes and the static nature of personal health records (PHRs) have caused U.S. consumers to shun the products. But PHR use should increase as more doctors use electronic health records (EHRs) and tech vendors develop offerings that are easier to use.

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