Auf der internationalen Elektronikmesse IFA, die am nächsten Donnerstag in Berlin startet, will Chip-Hersteller Intel seine vor wenigen Monaten neu angepriesene Notebook-Gattung, die sogenannten Ultrabooks, präsentieren. Dann werden erste Geräte verschiedener Hersteller zu sehen sein, die die strengen Anforderungen von Intel erfüllen. …mehr
Eine Smartphone-App namens "SignalGuru" soll Autofahrern beim Sparen von Sprit helfen. Ein Netzwerk an Smartphones erfasst dabei Informationen über Ampelsignale und hilft dem Nutzer dabei, Ampel-Stopps zu vermeiden. Auf diese Art und Weise ließ sich in einem Testlauf der Treibstoffverbrauch um bis zu einem Fünftel reduzieren. …mehr
Viewsonic Europe wird auf der IFA 2011 ein Smartphone sowie drei Tablets präsentieren. Beim Smartphone handelt es sich um das Viewsonic V350, ein unter Android laufendes Dual-SIM-Handy. Unter dem Tablet-Trio befindet sich mit dem Viewpad 10Pro auch ein Dualboot-Gerät mit Android und Windows 7. …mehr
Lange Zeit waren Videokonferenzsysteme ein Stiefkind der IT, doch mittlerweile haben sie sich ihren Stammplatz in der Unternehmenskommunikation erobert. Dennoch sollte der Systemwahl eine genaue Analyse vorausgehen. …mehr
Collaboration muss immer wieder als Buzzword für neue Produkte herhalten. Dabei gibt es keine Lösung, mit der sich jedes Problem und jede Zusammenarbeit zu hundert Prozent abdecken lässt. …mehr
Der Blackberry-Hersteller Research in Motion (RIM) hat heute einen Cloud-basierten Musikservice vorgestellt. Das BBM Music genannte Streaming-Angebot richtet sich an sozial vernetzte Musikfans. Zurzeit können ausgewählte Nutzer BBM Music testen, noch in diesem Jahr soll der Dienst auch in Deutschland kommerziell verfügbar sein. …mehr
Zwischenbericht gemäß § 87 Abs. 6 BörseG Leoben (pta008/26.08.2011/09:00) - Der Bericht zum 1. Quartal des Geschäftsjahres 2011/12 kann ab sofort auf unserer Website abgerufen werden. http://www.ats.net/de/index.php/Investoren/Publikationen/c-12383-Quartalsbericht e.html Internet-Veröffentlichung: http://www.ats.net Veröffentlichungsdatum: 26.08.2011 (Ende) Aussender: AT&S Austria Technologie & Systemtechnik AG Adresse: Fabriksgasse 13, 8700 Leoben Land: Österreich Ansprechpartner: Mag. Martin Theyer Tel.: +43 3842 2005909 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ats.net ISIN(s): AT0000969985 (Aktie) Börsen: Amtlicher Handel in Wien Quelle: http://adhoc.pressetext.com/news/1314342000755 © pressetext Nachrichtenagentur GmbH Pflichtmitteilungen und Finanznachrichten übermittelt durch pressetext.adhoc. Archiv: http://adhoc.pressetext.com . Für den Inhalt der Mitteilung ist der Aussender verantwortlich. Kontakt für Anfragen: email@example.com oder +43-1-81140-300. …mehr
Der Flieger aus München war bis auf den letzten Platz besetzt, in Frankfurt am Main zeigte das Thermometer 35 Grad und die Klimaanlage im Taxi arbeitete am Limit. An diesem Tage hatte ein indischer IT-Provider Outsourcing-Berater aus ganz Deutschland in die Main-Metropole eingeladen, um sein Portfolio zu präsentieren. …mehr
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Premium-Inhalt. This weekend, thousands of gamers are storming Raleigh, NC for a Major League Gaming event. You don't have to be there to catch the action yourself, though--just read our handy-dandy guide to staying on top of the MLG streams, and you won't miss a single game (or a bathroom break). You can watch the stream from the --it should be live by the time you read this.Stay on schedule. The drop-down menus on the side of the main stream page show you the overall schedule for the whole event. If you're just tuning in to watch a few particular games, switch over to that game's stream using the tabs along the top of the video window to see exactly what's going on that stream for the day. If you absolutely must catch EG.IdrA vs. ST.Bomber, the schedule will tell you it's slated for 5:30PM EST on the Starcraft 2 Red Stream.Watch in double vision. If you're following Starcraft 2, you'll want to keep up on both Red and Blue streams. You can use this link at to keep up both streams at once, and then choose which one you want to full-screen (and mute the other one, or else it'll get confusing). That way, you can make sure you're watching your favorite commentators and players at all times.Look for a nearby Barcraft. More and more sports bars are open to showing Starcraft 2 events to groups of organized viewers, especially since the Sunday night finals can often draw a decent crowd on otherwise low-traffic nights. You can find them pretty easily by Googling your area and "Barcraft", or checking this . (You typically have to be of legal drinking age to attend, mind you.)Check out the new games. This MLG event has a few new entrances to the lineup. Starcraft 2, Call of Duty: Black Ops, and Halo: Reach are the current mainstays, but they've also added League of Legends to the list for this event, and there's a special showmatch in the as-yet-unreleased between four developers from Epic Games and the 2008-2009 Gears of War 1+2 champion team Th3 Nsan3z.Be wary of the weather. You probably know that the East Coast is currently in the middle of a . MLG staff is prepared for the hurricane to disrupt their streaming (and supposedly has backup streaming plans in place) but if you're having chronic stream problems, it might be due to the hurricane. Don't miss it, go mobile. You don't have to let silly things like a social life or real-world responsibilities get in the way of your MLG action. Android users should have no problem using the standard MLG streaming, as long as your device supports Flash. If you're on iOS, don't worry--twitch.tv is hosting low-resolution streams for both Starcraft 2 streams, Halo, and Call of Duty. (You can find links to the streams .) Starcraft 2 fans can also stay up on the day's events with this , which keeps tabs on each stream and translates the EST schedule to your time zone.Patrick Miller covers HDTVs, how-tos, and the occasional game for PCWorld. Follow him on or .
Premium-Inhalt. Just how valuable Tim Cook to Apple? According to an SEC filing, his continued presence at the helm of Apple over the next decade is worth a cool one million--shares of Apple stock, that is. If you sold a million shares of Apple stock on Friday, it would be worth about $383 million.
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Premium-Inhalt. On Friday, Apple quietly removed the ability to rent TV shows from the iTunes Store. When , the company also began offering television rentals at $1 per episode. But now the rental option for television is gone--and Apple has confirmed to that it's gone for good.
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Premium-Inhalt. Razer wants to convince you that the future of PC gaming lies in a $2799 laptop. The first "true" gaming laptop, actually -- the pretenders to the throne that've come before might've been laptops capable of playing games, but they believe that the Razer Blade is the first to offer real portability, and great performance, without sacrifices. Earlier this week Razer CEO Ming-Liang Tan swung by PCWorld's offices and gave me a sneak peek at a prototype of their first real foray into the PC business. I had to muzzle my inner cynic (Razer Blade? Really?), but ultimately wasn't disappointed. I daresay impressed, even. I can't speak to whether or not this will actually spark a PC gaming renaissance (or if we're even in need of one, really), but Razer is certainly on the right track.
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