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  • iPhone / iPad-Praxis: Kontakte richtig verwalten und synchronisieren

    Tipps, Apps, Tools

    Sollen Kontakte gesichert, übertragen, gruppiert oder synchronisiert werden, empfiehlt sich ein überlegtes Vorgehen, wie folgender Praxisratgeber für iPhone/iPad und iOS 7 erläutert. …mehr

  • Der Systemhausmarkt 2011

    Anwender bewerten IT-Dienstleister

    Wir haben die Anwender nach ihrer Zufriedenheit mit ihren IT-Dienstleistern befragt. Cancom, Profi Engineering sowie Schuster & Walther haben überzeugt. …mehr

  • Nokia bringt zwei neue Niedrigpreis-Handys heraus

    Für Schwellenmärkte

    Nokia will mit zwei Handys im Niedrigpreis-Segment neue Kunden in Schwellenländern erreichen. …mehr

  • Scholz & Friends arbeitet mit Google Apps

    Agenturnetzwerk

    Das europaweit tätige Agenturnetzwerk Scholz & Friends mit Hauptsitz in Berlin und Hamburg setzt seit September 2010 auf die Cloud-Bürosuite "Google Apps for Business".  …mehr

  • IFA will mit neuen Rekorden Impulsgeber der Industrie sein

    Funkausstellung

    Die IFA in Berlin platzt trotz verhaltener Absätze in der Branche aus allen Nähten. …mehr

  • Twittern Sie uns einen!

    Leseraktion #cw140zeichen

    COMPUTERWOCHE sucht die lustigsten und geistreichsten 140 Zeichen des Landes! Twittern oder mailen Sie uns Ihre Lieblingssprüche und kommen Sie zu Ruhm und Ehre!  …mehr

  • Samsung und Apple streiten in iPad-Verfahren in Düsseldorf

    Geschmacksmuster

    Samsung und Apple tragen seit heute ihren Ideenklau-Streit vor dem Düsseldorfer Landgericht aus. …mehr

  • Eigene Gesellschaft für Glasfaserausbau

    Telekom

    Die Deutsche Telekom will eine eigene Gesellschaft gründen, um den Ausbau der schnellen Glasfaserleitungen voranzutreiben. …mehr

  • Ingres Vectorwise jetzt auch für Windows

    BI-Datenbank

    Ingres, Entwickler der analytischen Datenbank Vectorwise, hat die Download-Verfügbarkeit der finalen Version von Vectorwise for Windows bekannt gegeben.  …mehr

  • Steve Jobs tritt als Apple-Chef ab

    Ende einer Ära

    Steve Jobs (56) ist als CEO von Apple zurückgetreten und wechselt an die Spitze des Verwaltungsrats. COO Tim Cook übernimmt nun das Ruder in Cupertino.  …mehr

  • Die 10 geheimsten Geheimnisse von Steve Jobs

    Drogen, Kinder, Geiz

    Der Finanzexperte James Altucher verrät 10 Fakten über den Apple-CEO Steve Jobs, die außer ihm und Wikipedia kaum einer kennt.  …mehr

  • Vater vieler Revolutionen

    Porträt Steve Jobs

    Steve Jobs hat mehr als einmal die Welt verändert. …mehr

  • Einfachere XML-Serialisierung für Java

    Kleine Helfer

    Das wenig bekannte, aber mächtige Framework "Simple” erleichtert die Arbeit mit XML-Inhalten in Java-Projekten.  …mehr

  • Steve Jobs nicht mehr Apple-Chef

    Rückzug in den Verwaltungsrat

    Bei Apple geht eine Ära zu Ende: Der schwer erkrankte Firmengründer Steve Jobs ist als Konzernchef zurückgetreten. …mehr

  • Die fürchterlichsten Windows-Features

    Microsofts Verfehlungen

    Seit 1985 die erste Version von Windows das Licht der Welt erblickte, haben sich Generationen von Usern über so manches Feature totgeärgert. Wir zeigen die Top 19. …mehr

  • UML für die Systemarchitektur

    Unified Modelling Language

    Wer die Unified Modeling Language (UML) zur Entwicklung kompletter Systeme einschließlich Hardware verwendet, muss auf einige Anpassungen der Notation achten.  …mehr

  • Persönlichkeitsverletzung im Internet

    Auf den Inlandsbezug kommt es an

    Der Bundesgerichtshof hat die internationale Zuständigkeit deutscher Gerichte ohne deutlichen Inlandsbezug verneint.  …mehr

  • Karriere? Nicht ohne meinen Partner!

    Dual Career

    Nagelprobe für die Personalabteilung: Bewerber unterschreiben nur dann den Arbeitsvertrag, wenn auch ihrem Partner berufliche Perspektiven eröffnet werden. Bloß Zukunftsmusik?  …mehr

  • Risiken im Sourcing-Management

    Retained Organisation

    Die im Unternehmen verbleibende IT-Einheit, die Retained Organisation, ist von zentraler Bedeutung für den Erfolg eines Outsourcing-Projekts. …mehr

  • Linux feiert 20. Geburtstag

    Baustein der digitalen Gesellschaft

    "Ich arbeite an einem (freien) Betriebssystem (nur ein Hobby, wird nicht groß und professionell..)." …mehr

  • Zehn Tipps zur Windows-Migration

    Von XP zu Windows 7

    Wie lässt sich eine Windows-XP-Landschaft am besten auf die aktuelle Betriebssystem-Ausführung Windows 7 umstellen?  …mehr

  • Apple-CEO Steve Jobs tritt zurück

    COO Tim Cook übernimmt

    Apple-Gründer und Firmenchef Steve Jobs ist mehr oder weniger überraschend zurückgetreten. Wie CNN berichtet, soll Tim Cook ihm als Firmenchef nachfolgen. Jobs, der unter gesundheitlichen Problemen leidet, bleibe aber Chef des Verwaltungsrats.  …mehr

  • Steve Jobs: "I hereby resign as CEO of Apple"

    Premium-Inhalt. In a typically  to the Apple board and the "Apple Community" late Wednesday, CEO Steve Jobs sent a shock wave through the computer industry: "I hereby resign as CEO of Apple."

  • MSN China to integrate services with China's Renren

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft is integrating its MSN platform with China's social networking site Renren in a move that could help it reach more of the country's Internet users.

  • Citrix personalizes, extends virtual desktops

    Premium-Inhalt. Working to boost the versatility and speed of virtual desktops, Citrix Systems has updated its XenDesktop software to allow users to personalize their desktops, as well as offer the ability to access their desktops over wide area networks (WANs), the company announced Wednesday.

  • 'Operations guy' Tim Cook gets chance to shine at Apple

    Premium-Inhalt. With the resignation of Steve Jobs as CEO on Wednesday, Tim Cook, long seen as "the operations guy" at Apple, must prove he is capable of taking full charge of the company.

  • Steve Jobs at Apple: A timeline

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Jobs stepped down as Apple's CEO on Wednesday and Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook was named as his replacement. Jobs will remain with the company as chairman of the board.

  • 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.

  • Remains of the Day: All about Steve

    Premium-Inhalt. By now, you've surely heard the news. An icon of the tech community, stepping down from the post that he's held for more than a decade, leaving the institution he helped found. I'm not sure if will ever be the same agai--what? I'm talking about ; who are you talking about?

  • Chorus announces post-Telecom management team

    Premium-Inhalt. Confident about the prospect of a successful demerger from Telecom New Zealand (ASX:TEL), Chorus has already announced its proposed new executive management team.

  • Heroku branches out to include Java apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Heroku, the platform-as-a-service provider bought last year by Salesforce.com, announced Thursday that it will begin supporting applications written in Java.

  • Hey, Steve, Please Keep Those Napkins Handy

    Premium-Inhalt. was far from a surprise. Yet it still seems shocking. But it's hard not to keep from thinking about it.

  • 70% of Hongkongers use same password for multiple accounts

    Premium-Inhalt. About 70 percent of Hongkers use the same password for an average of seven online accounts, said and Tuesday when unveiling results of the Online payment Security Survey.

  • Ten One releases Pogo Sketch Pro stylus

    Premium-Inhalt. Ten One Design started the iOS stylus craze with the ; now, the company's attempting to top its previous offerings with .

  • Should Microsoft Buy Nokia? Pros and Cons

    Premium-Inhalt. A hot-button question lately in the rapidly-growing smartphone market: Can a company succeed at selling smartphones and tablets without owning the software and the hardware?

  • Wing Commander 1 & 2, Dungeon Keeper 2 Hit Good Old Games

    Premium-Inhalt. The two Wing Commander games come together for $5.99. These are the really old-school Wing Commander games, before Mark Hamill, Malcolm MacDonald, and full-motion video hit the franchise in Wing Commander 3. And like many games on GOG.com, the package also comes with some cool extras: ship blueprints and the Wing Commander Bible. These join Wing Commander: Privateer on the classic-games service; Privateer was released earlier this summer.

  • Wow, Capcom's Patching 40 Fighters in SSF4: AE Version 2012

    Premium-Inhalt. has been keeping the world , on the huge number of changes that Capcom is making for the "Version 2012" patch to Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, and it looks like each fighter got some kind of tweak.

  • PlayStation Vita: Easiest PlayStation for Developers Yet?

    Premium-Inhalt. As the gets closer and closer to launch, it seems like people just can't say enough good things about it (when not talking about the price).

  • CloudSwitch gives Verizon a boost in cloud migration

    Premium-Inhalt. Verizon Thursday announced it has acquired CloudSwitch, a cloud software technology vendor, further demonstrating that 2011 is becoming Verizon's year of the cloud.

  • NYSE Euronext boosts network bandwidth with 10GbE throughout

    Premium-Inhalt. NYSE Euronext has rolled out 10GbE throughout its data centers, and with the new networking technology the stock exchange boasts 2.4Tbps aggregate bandwidth or a sub-75 microsecond round trip for network messages.

  • Google Maps Adds Voice Search to Chrome Desktop

    Premium-Inhalt. If you , it's probably for all the wrong reasons--usually to hurl expletives at the machine for not working properly. Well, users of the desktop version of Google Chrome now have a more productive reason to get chatty with their computers. Google has added voice search for Google Maps to Chrome, offering users a (sometimes) faster way to get directions.

  • Apple and Jobs -- the past, the future

    Premium-Inhalt. As you've doubtlessly heard, Steve Jobs has and will, instead, become Apple's Chairman of the Board. as CEO. In this special edition of the Macworld podcast, I'm joined by Andy Ihnatko, Michael Gartenberg, and Chris Breen to discuss what this means for Apple's future as well as how Jobs has shaped Apple's present.

  • Two HP TouchPads With Android Surface, One on eBay

    Premium-Inhalt. Everyone who’s been grabbing the $99 and $149 HP TouchPads in the might not be stuck with HP's webOS.

  • Google Street-View Trikes Take to the Rainforest

    Premium-Inhalt. Google will leave nothing un-photo-documented. They’ve been everywhere: on the roads of the seven continents, the sea, the stars, and the moon. Now they’re getting off the beaten path and riding their into the Amazonian rainforest.

  • Steve Jobs Resigns: Special Coverage

    Premium-Inhalt. The day we knew was coming arrived. Steve Jobs, the iconic co-founder of Apple, has stepped down from the company he helped make one of today's leading tech firms. Stating he could no longer perform the duties as Apple's CEO, Jobs stepped down with Apple COO, Tim Cook, taking the reigns as Apple's new leader.

  • OnLive Unveils Parental Controls, New Social Features

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite , OnLive is still a thing. On Wednesday, OnLive Founder, CEO and President Steve Perlman revealed to GamePro a new set of features for his cloud-based streaming gaming service-- including new parental controls and social functioning.

  • New AMD CEO faces challenges in mobile

    Premium-Inhalt. Newly minted Advanced Micro Devices CEO Rory Read faces a challenge in turning around the company's mobile strategy to wage a competitive battle against rivals Intel and ARM.

  • ThinkPad T420: A Classic Workhorse

    Premium-Inhalt. No one ever got fired for buying a ThinkPad, as the saying goes, and without a doubt no one will get fired for buying the latest Lenovo T420. This scintillatingly fast Sandy Bridge refresh of the familiar business-black, boxy-but-impressive, all-purpose laptop remains a reliable 4-pound workhorse, and you won't find a better keyboard anywhere. It's not pretty, as are, but it can do the job and then some.

  • Potential pitfalls in Apple CEO transition, say experts

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Jobs, Apple's new Chairman of the Board. Apple's new CEO faces a challenge putting his own imprint on the company as long as Steve Jobs sticks around, a management expert said today.

  • Firefox for Android: Customizable Yet Chunky

    Premium-Inhalt. As a browser, Firefox needs no introduction. It has gained a loyal following on the desktop, and the mobile version has already amassed millions of downloads on the Android Market. But can Firefox for Android live up to its desktop counterpart? It sure tries, I'll give it that.

  • Newly Discovered Star Can't Even Boil Water

    Premium-Inhalt. Stars, as astronomers and space geeks know, are hot. Nuclear-fusion hot, enough to warm an entire planet 93 million miles away (that's us, guys!). Of course, they burn at a wide variety of temperatures, corresponding to the color of their emitted light--from the 52,000-Kelvin blue-white Class O stars, to our familiar 5800 K yellow Class G sun, all the way to seemingly chilly 700 K brown dwarfs.

  • CmdrTaco Resigns From Slashdot

    Premium-Inhalt. Rob "" Malda has resigned from his 14-year post at the helm of geeky news aggrigator, to allow the site to develop further. He is not currently working on any new plans.

  • Apple stock price sinks slightly on news of Jobs resigning

    Premium-Inhalt. 's stock price dipped on Thursday on news that co-founder and CEO , to become the company's board chairman. Few companies are as closely associated with their chief executive as Apple and Jobs, but investors seem to think he's left behind a strong company with good leadership.

  • Steve Jobs' resignation heats up social nets

    Premium-Inhalt. As soon as the news hit late Wednesday that Steve Jobs was resigning as Apple's CEO, social networks heated up with traffic.

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