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  • Sucht Nokia neue Einnahmequellen?

    Kooperation mit Patenthai

    Das kanadische IP-Verwertungsunternehmen Mosaid Technologies ist im Rahmen einer Übernahme an rund 2000 Patente und Patentanträge von Nokia gekommen und vermarktet diese nun gegen Umsatzbeteiligung.  …mehr

  • Elektronik-Branche zeigt breite Palette von Neuheiten

    IFA

    Die weltgrößte Elektronik-Messe IFA hat am Freitag für Besucher geöffnet. …mehr

  • Tablet-Computer auf der IFA

    Schaulaufen um den 2. Platz

    Eine gute Kondition und schnelle Innovationszyklen sind gefragt, um im boomenden Markt der Tablet-Computer mitzuhalten. …mehr

  • Telekom bringt Android-Smartphone mit Familien-Manager

    Telekom Move

    Die Telekom zeigt auf der IFA 2011 ein Android-Smartphone mit einem installierten App-Paket, das Eltern als praktischer Helfer im Familienalltag dienen soll.  …mehr

  • Browser im Sicherheitstest

    Malware: IE 9 weit vor Firefox 4

    Die Tester von NSS Labs wollten wissen, welcher Browser welche Bedrohungen erkennt und wie schnell Browser-Anbieter neue Malware in ihre Blocklisten aufnehmen.  …mehr

  • AVM präsentiert Fritz!App Media

    IFA

    Der Berliner Kommunikationsspezialist AVM hat die neue Android-App "Fritz!App Media" im IFA-Messegepäck.  …mehr

  • Verkauf von T-Mobile USA an AT&T beste Lösung

    Telekom-Chef

    Telekom-Chef René Obermann hat sich noch einmal für den Verkauf der US-Mobilfunktochter an den Branchenriesen AT&T stark gemacht. …mehr

  • Wikileaks veröffentlicht alle US-Botschaftsdokumente ungeschwärzt

    Nach Datenpanne

    Die Enthüllungsplattform Wikileaks hat nach der schweren Datenpanne um die geheimen US-Depeschen den kompletten Datensatz jetzt selbst online veröffentlicht. …mehr

  • Unternehmen messen BI-Performance nicht

    BARC kritisiert

    Jede dritte Firma misst nicht den Effekt von Ausgaben für Business Intelligence. Die BARC-Studie ergab auch: Eine BI-Einheit steigert die Anwenderzufriedenheit.  …mehr

  • HTC bringt erste Windows Phones mit "Mango" heraus

    "Titan" und "Radar"

    Der Smartphone-Hersteller HTC hat zwei neue Mobiltelefone mit dem neuen Betriebssystem Windows Phone "Mango" angekündigt. …mehr

  • SAP kann Milliardenstrafe für Softwareklau kippen

    Etappensieg

    Der deutsche Software-Konzern SAP hat im jahrelangen Rechtsstreit mit seinem US-Erzrivalen Oracle einen wichtigen Zwischensieg verbucht.  …mehr

  • Schaufenster der ITK-Zukunft

    Besuch im T-Systems Innovation Center

    Im Münchner Innovation Center von T-Systems konnte die COMPUTERWOCHE einen Blick auf kommende ITK-Entwicklungen werfen. Vor allem mobile Apps für Business-Prozesse stehen im Fokus der Entwickler.  …mehr

  • Firebug - ein Muss für Web-Entwickler

    Kleine Helfer

    Zur Analyse und Optimierung von Web-Seiten hat sich das Firefox-Add-on "Firebug" als Standardwerkzeug für Web-Entwickler etabliert. …mehr

  • Sony VAIO VPC-SB1Z9E im Test

    Notebook

    Büro-Schönheit: Am schicken und leichten Sony Vaio VPCSB1Z9E sollen nicht nur mobile Arbeiter ihre Freude haben. Auch Lifestyle-Freunde will Sony begeistern.  …mehr

  • Hitachi Travelstar 5K750 750GB im Test

    2,5-Zoll-Festplatte

    Die Hitachi Travelstar 5K750 750GB glänzt mit hervorragenden Umwelteigenschaften. Der Test klärt, ob die 2,5-Zoll-Festplatte auch hohe Datenraten bietet.  …mehr

  • Taugen Chromebooks für Profis?

    Netbook-Ersatz mit Chrome OS

    Für wen eignet sich ein Chromebook mit Chrome OS? Betrachtet man die Vor- und Nachteile eines Chromebooks, bleiben nur wenige Zielgruppen übrig.  …mehr

  • Die wichtigsten IT-Anbieter 2011

    Unsere Besten

    Wer prägt die deutsche ITK-Landschaft 2011? Hier die wichtigsten Manager der IT- und TK-Hersteller auf einen Blick.  …mehr

  • Storage shipments keep surging, IDC says

    Premium-Inhalt. Enterprises and service providers spent more money on storage in the second quarter, emboldened by growing IT budgets, research company IDC will report on Friday.

  • Remains of the Day: Law and order

    Premium-Inhalt. It seems we've moved onto the "Order" part of as the alleged iPhone prototype thieves are arraigned in court. Elsewhere, a suggestive icon might shed some light on the iPhone 5, Apple wants children to learn, and one cable network has starz in its eyes. The remainders for Thursday, September 1, 2011, are represented by two separate yet equally important groups. These are their stories.

  • Apple puts Final Cut Studio back on sale

    Premium-Inhalt. In a somewhat surprising move from the folks in Cupertino, non-linear editors and filmmakers can once again purchase Apple's now-outdated Final Cut Studio through the company's telesales number.

  • IT Spending Holds Up Well, Study Says

    Premium-Inhalt. One new indicator of corporate spending on information technology shows a surprising 6% rise in the second quarter, and not the 3% slippage that the researchers had expected.

  • Hack or No Hack, the Linux Kernel Is Well-Protected

    Premium-Inhalt. It was shocking to learn yesterday that last month. News like that is routine in the world at large, but not in the home of the all-important heart of Linux.

  • Judge in Oracle, Google case may order mediation

    Premium-Inhalt. As the trial date nears in Oracle's dispute with Google over Android, the judge overseeing the case is .

  • Oracle Likely to Appeal Rejection of $1.3B SAP Verdict

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle Corp. and SAP AG are standing by their legal positions in the wake of of the $1.3-billion copyright-infringement verdict that a jury gave Oracle against SAP last November. Oracle indicated that it will appeal to try to restore the original award amount.

  • Will Mandatory Auditor Rotation Help?

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this month, with the goal of soliciting input on ways that "auditor independence, objectivity and professional skepticism" could be enhanced. One approach up for discussion, the PCAOB said, is mandatory audit firm rotation.

  • Software testing back of queue for govt agencies

    Premium-Inhalt. If a project runs over time and over budget, then commitment to software testing is the first thing to go by the board. That's according to the chief executive of one vendor who doesn't want to be named, as he deals largely with government departments.

  • Call of Duty XP 2011: Elite TV Featuring Arnett, Bateman

    Premium-Inhalt. Not only is completely overhauling its DLC and multiplayer content, but the developer and publishers are also helping produce online TV content, just for the fans.

  • Call of Duty XP 2011: Elite Membership Priced at $50/Year

    Premium-Inhalt. How much do you love Call of Duty? Enough to pay for the full multiplayer and DLC experience? Well, if you're the kind of COD fan who regularly rules the battlefield, you're about to get a much bigger investment for your money.

  • Nook Color 2 Coming This Month?

    Premium-Inhalt. Barnes & Noble's e-reader has proven to be a favorite among and alike. With its 7-inch capacitive touchscreen and Android 2.1 operating system, it blurs the boundaries between e-reader and tablet. In fact, with a , it functions as a capable Android tablet.

  • Dell Vostro V131: Clean, Capable, Affordable

    Premium-Inhalt. Dell's Vostro V131 is sedately handsome and a good performer, but has little else to distinguish it from the corporate-targeted ultraportable crowd. Unless, that is, you count eye-catching prices for various configurations, two ports, and a generally excellent set of features.

  • Modern Warfare 3 Mobile App Lets You Customize Your Loadout

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're the kind of Call of Duty player who's always thinking about ways to get the most out of your multiplayer loadout -- on the bus, at work, during dinner dates -- then you can finally something about it without being anywhere near your console.

  • Chronos releases NoteLife HD for iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. Chronos is taking its note managing act to the iPad. The company released , a tablet-sized version of the since late 2009.

  • Google Bought Motorola for the Hardware, After All

    Premium-Inhalt. Google's last month wasn't just about the patents. The Mountain View, Calif. company is interested in the hardware business, too.

  • Delphi, C++ to goose desktop apps

    Premium-Inhalt. In an attempt to enliven staid business applications, development tools vendor Embarcadero has updated its RAD Studio IDE (integrated developer environment) for Delphi and C++ applications, the company announced Friday.

  • Lidpop 1.0.2

    Premium-Inhalt. Most of the products I review in Mac Gems are designed, first and foremost, to be useful. But occasionally I come across something that's just plain fun...and if it ends up being a little bit useful, all the better. That's the case for today's Gem, ().

  • Access Gmail When You're Not Connected to the Internet

    Premium-Inhalt. Reader David is an avid Gmail user who recently spent five weeks in Brazil, where "any form of permanent [Internet] connection was far from possible." In other words, he quickly grew frustrated with Gmail because of his limited connectivity.

  • Security Threat: Beware the Office Multifunction Printer

    Premium-Inhalt. Cybercriminals are always looking for easy ways to break into your network, whether at work or at home. In a talk at this summer's conference, security researcher Deral Heiland demonstrated various ways to compromise . These include printers that can scan to a file, scan to email, and fax documents, and the vulnerabilities he found are similar across all vendors.

  • Did Police Impersonators Try to Get iPhone Prototype?

    Premium-Inhalt. The case of Apple's second lost iPhone prototype just got even weirder, with one man claiming that police impersonators demanded to search his home for the missing handset.

  • Ex-employee wiped financial data from bikini bar

    Premium-Inhalt. At the Bikinis Sports Bar and Grill in Austin, Texas, you can get burgers and beer served to you by cute waitresses wearing denim shorts and bikini tops. And if you're David Palmer, a recently fired IT worker, you can also break into a U.S. military contractor's computer systems and wipe out payroll files, wreaking havoc at its customers.

  • Syncplicity expands its cloud storage to the iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. The cloud-storage service has revamped its iOS app, expanding the previously iPhone-only offering into a iPad-friendly universal version that will let users access their documents from just about any device they own.

  • Ex-employee wiped financial data from bikini bar

    Premium-Inhalt. At the Bikinis Sports Bar and Grill in Austin, Texas, you can get burgers and beer served to you by cute waitresses wearing denim shorts and bikini tops. And if you're David Palmer, a recently fired IT worker, you can also break into a U.S. military contractor's computer systems and wipe out payroll files, wreaking havoc at its customers.

  • WikiLeaks Leak of Its Leaks Puts Sources at Risk

    Premium-Inhalt. It is hard not to be the center of controversy when you're a site like WikiLeaks that that was never intended for the general public. The whistleblowing, freedom of the press advocate is in hot water again as it is the victim itself of a breach that exposed US State Department communications that had been leaked to it.

  • Facebook CIO: Enterprises no longer organised to do business

    Premium-Inhalt. When you're the CIO of Facebook, moving quickly is par of the course. Tim Campos, who took the stage for the second day of keynotes at Dreamforce 2011, said massive IT implementations take place in a matter of just weeks to months.

  • Toshiba Portege Z830 Billed as Lightest 13-inch Laptop

    Premium-Inhalt. The flow of announcements of light and thin Ultrabooks is starting to strengthen after yesterday's Lenovo's and today's .

  • 'Ego' drives Oracle, law firm fracas over $1,500

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle and a large New York law firm are in a legal dispute over US$1,500 that has likely already rung up many times that amount in costs, according to recent court documents in Oracle's lawsuit against third-party software support provider Rimini Street.

  • Running Windows on a Mac (Part 1): Lion vs. Win7 shootout

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're one of the vast number of Mac users who, like me, love Apple hardware but either hate Mac OS X or simply can't work with it for whatever reason (gaming? business policies?), running Windows on your Mac sounds like the perfect option.

  • UK charges two, arrests two more linked with Anonymous

    Premium-Inhalt. The story, "UK charges two, arrests two more linked with Anonymous," which posted to the newswire Friday, has been clarified in the first sentence of the fourth paragraph to refer to HBGary Federal. The fourth paragraph now reads:

  • Six energy-efficient data center practices

    Premium-Inhalt. Many data centers are up against the maximum electric power available to them from their utility. Others are facing management challenges: the amount of time to deploy new capacity, and to manage existing capacity and systems. And gains made by virtualizing and consolidating servers are often lost again as more gear is added in.

  • Internet clothing seller charged with wire fraud

    Premium-Inhalt. The owner of a defunct online clothing retail operation has been arrested and charged with wire fraud for allegedly overcharging customers by more than US$5 million.

  • A crash course in PostgreSQL, Part 1

    Premium-Inhalt. PostgreSQL is a first-rate, enterprise-worthy open source RDBMS (relational database management system) that compares very favorably to high-priced closed-source commercial databases. Databases are complex, tricksy beasts full of pitfalls. In this two-part crash course, we'll get a new PostgreSQL database up and running with elegant ease, and learn important fundamentals.

  • WiLan sues Apple, Dell, HTC and others

    Premium-Inhalt. Canadian patent licensing company WiLan has set its sight on a handful of technology companies, filing a patent infringement suit against Apple, Hewlett-Packard, HTC, Dell, Novatel, Sierra Wireless and others.

  • Child of Eden is $10 at Best Buy

    Premium-Inhalt. Rez successor is very good -- check out to get the full story on what we thought of it.

  • Could the PS4 Really Be On the Way?

    Premium-Inhalt. that an anonymous source claims the words "PlayStation 4 in 18 months" were uttered during a "high level meeting" at Sony. Sony, naturally, responded with the usual "we don't comment on rumors and speculation" so beloved of tech companies and so frustrating to people actually wanting answers.

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