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  • SAP übernimmt Right Hemisphere

    US-Spezialist für 3D-Datenvisualisierung

    Der Softwarekonzern SAP übernimmt für einen nicht bekannten Betrag einen kalifornischen Spezialisten zur dreidimensionalen Visualisierung von Daten.  …mehr

  • Apple verklagt chinesischen Nudelhersteller

    Firma soll Logo-Teile kopiert haben

    Apple geht nicht nur gegen Produkte der Konkurrenz vor, sondern auch gegen Marken-Logos - selbst wenn sie nur im Entferntesten dem Erkennungszeichen des Unternehmens ähneln. …mehr

  • Gericht fordert gütliche Einigung der Übernahme

    T-Mobile und AT&T

    Die zuständige Richterin hat das US-Justizministerium sowie AT&T aufgefordert, sich auf eine gemeinsame Lösung in der Übernahme von T-Mobile USA zu einigen. …mehr

  • Heiße statt Weiße Ware gefragt

    IFA 2011

    Nicht Waschmaschinen, Kühlschränke und Toaster, sondern vielmehr Tablets, Smartphones und Notebooks dominierten die Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) in Berlin.  …mehr

  • HTC bringt Smartphone-Updates am schnellsten

    Android

    Das Android-Universum erstreckt sich von Google über die Netzbetreiber bis zu den vielen Geräteherstellern. Dem Update-Prozess tut das nicht gut. …mehr

  • Update für Blackberry App World zum Download bereit

    Blackberry App World 3.0

    Blackberry-Anbieter RIM hat ein großes Update seines App-Shops Blackberry App World veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Http-Anfragen bequem mit URL Decoder editieren

    Kleine Helfer

    Mit dem "URL Decoder” können Web-Entwickler Http-Anfragen mit vielen Parametern in einer Übersichtstabelle visualisieren und schnell bearbeiten.  …mehr

  • SOA - ein Konzept ist noch nicht begraben

    Kleine Schritte

    Um den Begriff Service-orientierte Architektur ist es ruhig geworden, nicht zuletzt wegen des Scheiterns einiger allzu ganzheitlich angelegter Großprojekte. Lesen Sie fünf Thesen, weshalb ein Vorgehen in kleinen Schritten sinnvoll ist.  …mehr

  • Mobilfunkfirmen horten illegal Daten

    Pressebericht

    Deutsche Mobilfunkanbieter speichern nach Informationen der "Berliner Zeitung" sensible Daten ihrer Kunden deutlich länger und in höherem Maße als bislang bekannt.  …mehr

  • Ransomware gibt sich als Microsoft-Meldung aus

    100 Euro Lösegeld

    Panda Security warnt vor einer erpresserischen Malware, die sich als offizielle Meldung von Microsoft ausgibt, um Geld zu kassieren.  …mehr

  • Yahoo-Chefin Carol Bartz vor die Tür gesetzt

    Schlechte Performance

    Der Internetkonzern Yahoo sucht einen neuen Chef. Die bisherige Konzernlenkerin Carol Bartz hat das Unternehmen auf Druck des Verwaltungsrats verlassen.  …mehr

  • Groupon verschiebt den Börsengang

    Wall Street Journal

    Die Turbulenzen an den Märkten wirbeln die Börsenpläne des Schnäppchen-Portals Groupon durcheinander. Vorerst soll der IPO verschoben werden. …mehr

  • Wikipedia-Community trifft sich zur Konferenz

    WikiConvention in Nürnberg

    Wikipedia-Autoren und Nutzer wollen am kommenden Wochenende auf der WikiConvention über Grundsätze und Arbeitsmethoden der freien Online-Enzyklopädie diskutieren.  …mehr

  • Sony stellt nach Hackerangriffen Experten ein

    Vom US-Heimatschutz

    Nach den massiven Hackerangriffen holt sich Sony prominente Hilfe aus den USA. Mit Philip Reitinger wurde ein ehemaliger ranghoher Beamter der US-Heimatschutzbehörde zum neuen IT-Sicherheitschef ernannt.  …mehr

  • Heftiger Gegenwind für den T-Mobile-Verkauf

    Sprint klagt gegen den Deal

    Die Deutsche Telekom muss eine weitere Hürde beim geplanten Verkauf ihrer Tochter T-Mobile USA an den Rivalen AT&T nehmen.  …mehr

  • Genosse IT-Freiberufler

    Selbständigkeit mal anders

    Die IT-Beratungsgenossenschaft K-42 aus München findet als lockeres Netzwerk aus IT-Selbständigen beruflichen Erfolg.  …mehr

  • Tablets mit 7-Zoll-Display im Test

    Garantiert iPad-frei

    Klein, leicht, kompakt: 7-Zoll-Tablets sind ideal für unterwegs. Lesen Sie, welches Mini-Tablet im Test punkten konnte.  …mehr

  • HMZ-T1 - 3D-Kopfkino von Sony

    Gadget des Tages

    Sony präsentiert mit der HMZ-T1 ein 3D Kino-System, dass sich wie eine Brille aufsetzen lässt. …mehr

  • Dürfen Arbeitnehmerdaten ins Internet?

    Was Beschäftigte hinnehmen müssen

    Dr. Sebastian Kraska und Benjamin Schuetze behandeln die Frage, ob auf der Web-Seite einer Firma Ansprechpartner angegeben werden dürfen.  …mehr

  • Die schnellsten SSDs im Vergleich

    Marktübersicht Solid State Disks

    SSDs können eine schnelle und robuste Alternative zu herkömmlichen Festplatten sein. Lesen Sie, was aktuelle SSDs leisten. …mehr

  • Netflix Claims Single-Stream Limit Was Mistake

    Premium-Inhalt. An "error" by Netflix is limiting the number of video streams some of its members can send to their computers, tablets and smartphones, the company admitted today in a statement.

  • Oracle, Google execs to head to mediation

    Premium-Inhalt. Google and Oracle will send top executives to mediation in front of a magistrate judge, in a last-ditch attempt to settle their differences over Google's use of Java in the Android OS.

  • Gigapixel Hack Makes Photos More Interactive

    Premium-Inhalt. Have you ever looked at a particulalry stunning photograph and wished you could really immerse yourself in it? A recent project attempts to do just that, with the help of a good camera, a hacked Kinect, and an Arduino board.

  • Origin Genesis Z68

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're looking for power and performance, you probably won't be surprised to find it in Origin's latest monster desktop. Origin's Genesis Z68 is powerful as well as different-looking in its pretty white chassis (though, thankfully, less Stormtrooper-y than the ).

  • Rocket Bunnies Review

    Premium-Inhalt. Rocket Bunnies has an interesting premise: You're a rabbit on a rocket (hence the name)...in space. There's no real story line, but your job is to ride your rocket across various galaxies, collecting all of the little bunnies that are stuck on various planets.

  • Lawson Software, customer embroiled in ERP project lawsuit

    Premium-Inhalt. Lawson Software is embroiled in the latest instance of an allegedly failed ERP (enterprise resource planning) software project to become public.

  • Bartz couldn't deliver Yahoo turnaround

    Premium-Inhalt. As she approached her third anniversary as Yahoo's CEO, Carol Bartz couldn't overcome a recent string of missteps that apparently eroded the board's confidence in her and eclipsed her achievements as leader of the embattled Internet pioneer.

  • Why Your Business Should Be on Google Places

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has been very apologetic about the fact that open businesses are being incorrectly reported as closed on Google Places. business as closed on the service, and Google has promised on its blog to fix the problem. Let's back things up for a second and look at the Google Places service.

  • Confirmed: Carol Bartz out as Yahoo CEO

    Premium-Inhalt. Carol Bartz has been fired from her job as Yahoo CEO and replaced on an interim basis by the company's chief financial officer, Tim Morse, Yahoo said on Tuesday.

  • Report: First Hong Kong Apple Store to open on Sep 24

    Premium-Inhalt. The first Apple Store in Hong Kong might open on Sep 24, becoming the company's 100th store globally, according to a report by local Chinese-language newspaper Ming Pao Daily.

  • IT services market takes severe hit in Q2 2011

    Premium-Inhalt. The IT services market suffered a severe hit globally in the second quarter of 2011, with the value of new contract signings falling to its lowest level in more than eight years, according to Ovum.

  • Google Takeout Tool Now Archives Voice Data

    Premium-Inhalt. is the newest addition to , the search giant's archival tool that lets users download their data from many Google services, including Buzz, Picasa, and Google+.

  • Mobile marketing experts: In-app purchase will grow in Asia

    Premium-Inhalt. While a decreasing trend is being observed in the number of mobile apps downloads globally, Asia seems to be bucking the trend.

  • Developing the mobile marketing community in China

    Premium-Inhalt. Yanping Hu and Tony Chen will guide and oversee the Mobile Marketing Association's (MMA) China Local Council and its industry initiatives.

  • Healthcare is IT's new frontier in Asia

    Premium-Inhalt. The adoption of information technology (IT) in the healthcare industry is speeding up, driven in part by cloud computing, according to Asia-based healthcare IT solutions provider iSOFT Health Asia.

  • Report: Carol Bartz out as Yahoo CEO

    Premium-Inhalt. Carol Bartz has been fired from her job as Yahoo CEO and replaced on an interim basis by the company's chief financial officer, Tim Morse, according to news reports Tuesday.

  • Lost iPhone Case Continues, SF Police Launch Probe

    Premium-Inhalt. There's a new development in the caper involving a lost iPhone in San Francisco. A says the S.F. police will be investigating their own, specifically the role that officers may have played in assisting an Apple corporate security team in a home search earlier this summer.

  • IBM's futuristic storage aims for speed, density

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM is working on both super-fast and super-dense storage media that should reach enterprises before the end of this decade, and demand in some industries looks likely to keep pace with the advances.

  • The iTunes Store and the Towson Hack

    Premium-Inhalt. The Macworld Podcast turns its attention to iTunes Store accounts--specifically the unsettling phenomenon where customers are seeing their iTunes gift card balances zeroed out by mysterious unwanted purchases. Staff writer Lex Friedman reported on the so-called for Macworld.com, and he's joined by senior associate editor Dan Moren to discuss the situation and what you can do to protect your iTunes account.

  • Cases of Ex-CFOs in Legal Trouble Wrapped Up

    Premium-Inhalt. It has been a relief-filled week so far for ex-CFOs facing difficult legal circumstances -- , and the other .

  • Is 3D TV Doomed?

    Premium-Inhalt. Consumer response to has been thus far, and industry observers point to a number of likely explanations, including the dearth of 3D programming and an aversion to those clunky 3D glasses. And for those of us who don't mind wearing 3D specs, there's also the question of which technology to buy into: ?

  • Behind the Replacement of Yahoo's Carol Bartz

    Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo chief financial officer Tim Morse -- a veteran of the power General Electric finance-development powerhouse -- has been chosen on an interim basis to replace the fired Carol Bartz.

  • SAP to acquire Right Hemisphere

    Premium-Inhalt. SAP announced this morning that it is to acquire New Zealand 3D specialist Right Hemisphere. SAP already had a stake in Right Hemisphere, having invested in it via its venture capital arm, , in 2007.

  • Yahoo Has No Easy Way To Make Consumers Interested Again

    Premium-Inhalt. For Yahoo, firing Carol Bartz was easy--Chairman Roy Bostock gave her the news over the phone--but turning the company around under new leadership will be a lot harder.

  • Competing for privacy in a social media world

    Premium-Inhalt. For years, Facebook users have been clamoring for better privacy controls and clarity, while Facebook engineers oscillate between improvements and major privacy snafus. Every now and then a new wave of exasperated users cry out "That's it, I'm leaving". Up to now, users really didn't have anywhere to go after quitting, so they effectively quit the , self-ostracized (MySpace is equivalent to being exiled, perhaps worse). Now that they have somewhere else to go (Google+), Facebook is ramping up its privacy controls and seems to be taking privacy more seriously. Let the privacy competition begin!

  • Google offered to split mobile revenue with Sun, papers show

    Premium-Inhalt. Google hoped at one time to codevelop Android with Sun, and was prepared to offer Sun a share of its mobile service revenue in return for making Java open source, according to newly released documents in Oracle's lawsuit against Google.

  • Single-Molecule Motor Spins 50 Times a Second

    Premium-Inhalt. In the grand tradition of science interns throughout history, a handful of high schoolers, undergrads, grads, and post-docs spent months counting stuff. That's not news: Interns were basically invented to fetch coffee and count things. But, as with (now-) famous interns , and , counting stuff for months has paid off enormously: a team of Tufts chemistry researchers and their supporting interns has confirmed the feasibility of the .

  • Nintendo Sued Over Wii and Wii U Patents in Texas Court

    Premium-Inhalt. If you work in Nintendo's legal department, what do you do when someone hits you with a lawsuit? Is it more of a "not again!" feeling? Or is it more like a soft chuckle, knowing that the case will likely never go anywhere?

  • Survey: Value of the Cloud, Telecommuting Overstated

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft, Google, Amazon and Cisco, take notice: Despite the near-constant hype about cloud computing services, most mid-market companies are still viewing cloud as a complement, not a replacement.

  • Nintendo Takes Kirby Mass Attack on Tour with Snacks

    Premium-Inhalt. In a day and age where most of the big promotional tours go towards the Halos, Call of Duty titles, and Legend of Zeldas in the industry, it's nice to see Kirby still gets his day in the sun.

  • XXX Domain Registration Begins: Should You Buy One?

    Premium-Inhalt. ICANN has begun accepting registrations on a limited basis for . If you are in the adult entertainment business, or your site is related to adult endeavors, then is a no-brainer, but even businesses that offer more "traditional" goods and services may want to consider getting in line for a XXX domain.

  • Cybercrime costs rival those of illegal drug trafficking

    Premium-Inhalt. Young males in emerging markets are the most likely to fall victim to , whose total cost per year is approaching the scale of illegal drug trafficking worldwide, according to a study by the Norton division of Symantec.

  • Amazon redesigning site for tablets, report says

    Premium-Inhalt. Online retailer Amazon.com is reportedly redesigning its Web site, which sells everything from books to electronics and handbags, with a focus on supporting tablet computer users.

  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX100V

    Premium-Inhalt. A couple of trends are evident in the category of long-zoom cameras. First, companies are outfitting impossibly small cameras----with lenses that provide optical zoom ranges of 10X and up. Second, companies are going even bigger with larger-sized fixed-lens cameras, equipping them with optical-zoom lenses that approach 40X.

  • Hitachi Data Systems buys NAS-vendor BlueArc

    Premium-Inhalt. Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) high-end network-attached storage (NAS) vendor BlueArc in an all-cash deal.

  • Hackers flip characters to disguise malware

    Premium-Inhalt. Hackers are using a new trick to cloak malicious files by disguising their Windows file extensions to make them appear safe to download, a Czech security company warned today.

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