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Meldungen vom 04.09.2011

  • Social-Media-Knigge für Arbeitgeber

    Keine Werbung, keine Besserwisserei

    Firmen wissen mittlerweile, dass sie auch in sozialen Netzen präsent sein müssen, um die junge Generation zu erreichen. Hier nun zehn Tipps, um Anfängerfehler zu vermeiden.  …mehr

    Von Kerstin Stengel
  • Geld und sichere Jobs sind ab 45 entscheidend

    Was IT-Profis motiviert

    Eine interessante Tätigkeit und viel Freiraum motivieren IT-Experten am meisten. Allerdings setzen jüngere und ältere Mitarbeiter unterschiedliche Prioritäten.  …mehr

  • Clevere Tipps für den Internet Explorer 9

    IE9 optimal einsetzen

    Mit einigen Kniffen können Sie den Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 optimieren und an die persönlichen Bedürfnisse anpassen. …mehr

  • Multiplayer gaming goes full screen with LG TV

    Premium-Inhalt. Hoping to boost sales of its 3D televisions among gamers, LG showed off technology that lets traditional split screen multiplayer games be played full screen.

  • Window shopping goes high tech with gesture recognition

    Premium-Inhalt. German researchers have given a new meaning to window shopping. At the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin the showed a prototype that lets shoppers learn more about what's in a store display window when the store is closed.

  • ACAS publishes social media usage guide

    Premium-Inhalt. Employment relations body ACAS has on the use of social networks in the workplace, to help them avoid disputes.

  • Amazon's 7-Inch Tablet Reportedly Priced at $250

    Premium-Inhalt. It sports a color touch screen, looks much like a BlackBerry PlayBook and has no physical buttons on the surface of the device. And it comes at a bargain price.

  • Samsung wipes Galaxy Tab 7.7 from stand after court order

    Premium-Inhalt. Now you see it, now you don't: Samsung Electronics erased all traces of the Galaxy Tab 7.7 from its exhibition stand at the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) in Berlin on Saturday, there.

  • Hackers steal SSL certificates for CIA, MI6, Mossad

    Premium-Inhalt. The tally of digital certificates stolen from a Dutch company in July has exploded to more than 500, including ones for intelligence services like the CIA, the U.K.'s MI6 and Israel's Mossad, a Mozilla developer said Sunday.

  • CIA, Mossad, MI6 targeted by Iranian DigiNotar-hackers

    Premium-Inhalt. After breaching the Dutch CA (Certification Authority) DigiNotar, Iranian hackers managed to sign forged certificates for the domains of spy agencies CIA, Mossad and MI6. Leading certification authorities like VeriSign and Thawte were also targeted, as were Iranian dissident sites.

  • Windows Phone 7, Day 3: Introducing Live Tiles


  • Tablet War Is Heating Up...for Second Place

    Premium-Inhalt. New tablets are being unveiled and launched at a dizzying pace. If the rate of new tablets being introduced was an effective measure of the tablet market, everyone would have two of the devices already and be shopping for a third. The feverish pace of tablets isn't an indication of the tablet market as a whole, though--just a sign that the race for second place is in high gear.

  • Google, Amid Season of Changes, Trimming Product Offerings

    Premium-Inhalt. Google is trimming its offerings, following a season of big changes for the Internet search leader.

  • Windows Phone 7, Day 2: One 'Mango' Coming Right Up


  • Cops Helped Apple Hunt for Lost iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. History does repeat itself: San Francisco Police Department confirms it helped Apple in a hunt for a lost iPhone 5 prototype that went missing in July. Don’t hold your breath, though -- no photographic evidence is available this time, as it was the case with the last year.

  • British Police Nab Men Believed Linked to HBGary Breach

    Premium-Inhalt. HBGary Federal was just one of many low-profile security contractors peddling its wares to clients with secrets to protect -- until earlier this year when the U.S. firm drew the attention of hackers.

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