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  • Apple wird zwei neue iPhones vorstellen

    iPhone 5 und iPhone 4S

    Zwar gab es bereits früher schon Gerüchte um ein iPhone 4S, das Apple-Blog 9to5Mac behauptet aber nun weitere Informationen zu haben.  …mehr

  • Windows 8 - Alle Infos, Screenshots & Download

    Windows-7-Nachfolger

    Microsoft präsentiert Windows 8. Unsere Kollegen der PC-Welt waren vor Ort, haben Windows 8 getestet und stellen die Details mit Fotogalerie und Download-Link vor.  …mehr

  • Qualcomm verrät Details zu neuen Snapdragons

    Hausmesse iQ

    Um seine einstige Vormachtstellung auf dem europäischen Markt für mobile Prozessoren zurück zu gewinnen, präsentierte Qualcomm auf seiner Hausmesse iQ die neue Unternehmensstrategie samt kommender Produkte.  …mehr

  • Zahl der Handy-Verweigerer schrumpft

    Senioren machen mobil

    Die Zahl der Handybesitzer hat in Deutschland erstmals die Marke von 60 Millionen überschritten. Das geht aus einer neuen Erhebung für den Branchenverband Bitkom hervor. …mehr

  • Unerfahren, kreativ und vor dem Durchbruch

    Die Piratenpartei

    Wie hoch die Schulden von Berlin sind, wusste Chef-Pirat Baum nicht. Mit der Häme aus anderen Parteien gingen die Internet-Freaks kreativ um und programmierten prompt eine Schulden-App. Am Sonntag könnte die unerfahren-kreative Partei vor dem Durchbruch stehen. …mehr

  • COMPUTERWOCHE hat es trotzdem gemacht

    Auf Spam antwortet man nicht, oder?

    Jeden Tag landen Millionen Spam-Mails ungelesen im digitalen Abfluss. So geht das nicht weiter, dachten wir uns von der COMPUTERWOCHE, und haben einem der fleißigen Spammer geantwortet. …mehr

  • IT-Kosten sparen mit Thin Clients

    Marktübersicht

    Thin Clients können IT-Kosten senken und die Verwaltung vereinfachen. Wir haben die besten Systeme für Sie gesammelt. …mehr

  • Virtualisierung auf dem Vormarsch

    Kosteneinsparungen nur mittelfristig

    Kostenreduzierung, Sicherheit, Verwaltbarkeit und Vereinfachung der Migration zu Windows 7 sind die wesentlichen Beweggründe für eine umfassende Implementierung von Desktop- und Anwendungs-Virtualisierungslösungen.  …mehr

  • Das Smartphone wird mehr Platz im Auto bekommen

    Offenheit für Apps

    Die Autohersteller werden Smartphones nach Einschätzung eines Branchenexperten mehr Platz im Wagen einräumen müssen.  …mehr

  • AH-IPS-Display toppt Super-AMOLED im Galaxy S2

    LG LU6200

    Das nächste Vorzeige-Smartphone von LG soll LU6200 heißen. Das Gerät kommt angeblich mit schnellem Dualcore-Prozessor, 4,5 Zoll großem Touchscreen mit neuer Display-Technologie, 8-Megapixel-Kamera und NFC-Unterstützung. …mehr

  • Blackberrys verkaufen sich miserabel

    RIM-Kurs bricht ein

    Während Apple mit der Produktion seines iPhone kaum hinterherkommt, laufen dem Blackberry-Hersteller Research In Motion (RIM) die Kunden davon.  …mehr

  • Spickzettel für Ihre Lieblingsprogramme

    Windows, Firefox, Javascript

    Mit diesen kleinen Helfern haben Sie die wichtigsten Hotkeys und Fuktionen diverser Programme immer im Blick. …mehr

  • All for One will SAP-Tochter Steeb kaufen

    Konsolidierung

    Die All for One Midmarket AG beabsichtigt, alle Anteile an der SAP-Tochter Steeb Anwendungssysteme zu erwerben. Eine Absichtserklärung zwischen All for One und der SAP AG wurde bereits unterzeichnet.  …mehr

  • Stolperfallen im EAM-Alltag

    Gartner

    Gartner nennt die zehn größten Probleme, die Anwender daran hindern, effektive Enterprise-Architecture-Programme zu etablieren. …mehr

  • Viel Kamera für wenig Geld

    Kaufberatung Digitalkameras bis 100 Euro

    Digitalkameras bis 100 Euro sind längst nicht mehr nur von Noname-Produzenten erhältlich. Auch Markenhersteller wie Canon, Nikon und Samsung mischen mit teils konkurrenzlosen Preisen mit. Doch was dürfen Sie von diesen "Billigheimern" erwarten? Unsere Schwesterpublikation PC-WELT gibt Antwort auf diese Frage und sagt Ihnen, worauf Sie beim Kauf achten sollten.  …mehr

  • Die besten USB-3.0-Sticks mit 16 GB

    Vergleichstest

    Mit USB 3.0 steigt die Datenrate von USB-Sticks rasant an. Die besten USB-3.0-Sticks mit 16 GB präsentieren sich mit ihren wichtigsten Eigenschaften in dieser Bildgalerie.  …mehr

  • Adata SH14 - Externe Festplatte für Extremeinsätze

    Gadget des Tages

    Wer sich in einem rauen Arbeitsumfeld bewegt, sollte einen Blick auf die neue SH14 von Adata werfen. …mehr

  • Acer Aspire 7750G-2638G87Bnkk im Test

    Notebook

    Unschlagbare Kombination: Im Acer Aspire 7750G sitzt ein Vierkern-Prozessor, eine SSD und eine schnelle Grafikkarte. Wie schneidet dieser Tempo-Traum im Test ab?  …mehr

  • Besser lernen mit Netbook und Smartphone

    Fachlicher Austausch wird erleichtert

    Personal-Manager sind überzeugt: Mobile Computer und Telekommunikationsgeräte unterstützen die berufsbegleitende Weiterbildung.  …mehr

  • Freiberufler steigern ihre Honorarwünsche

    Hohe Nachfrage

    Die gute Auftragslage für IT-Selbständige spiegelt sich in der Stundensatz-Analyse von Gulp wider: Durchschnittlich verlangt ein IT-Profi 73 Euro in der Stunde.  …mehr

  • LightSquared rebuts pay-for-play charges

    Premium-Inhalt. Mobile startup LightSquared struck back against a report on Thursday that it had received preferential treatment from the Obama Administration as it sought permission to build a cellular data network that appears to hurt GPS performance.

  • Optus calls for NBN content sharing standards

    Premium-Inhalt. Optus chief executive, Paul O'Sullivan, has urged the federal government to create sharing provisions for digital content services provided over the National Broadband Network (NBN).

  • Aging population could benefit most from NBN

    Premium-Inhalt. The opportunity to help Australia's aging population with relevant technology must be taken account for in the rollout of the National Broadband Network (NBN), a KPMG digital business national managing partner has argued.

  • Police investigate $2.4 million printer cartridge theft

    Premium-Inhalt. NSW police have charged a worker at a printer and photocopying company in relation to the theft and subsequent sale of thousands of toner cartridges during the past six years.

  • App of the Day: Viator Tours & Activities

    Premium-Inhalt. Viator Tours & Activities

  • MasterCard gives sneak peek into mobile payments future

    Premium-Inhalt. MasterCard on Thursday gave a sneak peek into the near future of mobile payment systems and said that the Google Wallet application is within weeks of being rolled out commercially.

  • Nature's Business Lessons

    Premium-Inhalt. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel -- the erstwhile White House chief of staff -- once said that no crisis should go to waste. This mantra is perfectly suited to business continuity.

  • Why Your Business Should Run Facebook's Social Ads

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this year, Facebook let the world know it was undertaking a new Social Ads program which would allow advertisers to "". This , mostly since Facebook's previous attempts at this sort of thing included the doomed Beacon. That after a class-action lawsuit demanded its death over those same privacy concerns. Now, it looks like Facebook has taken the lessons learned from those mistakes and gotten it right.

  • Bank Giants Citi, BofA Keep Retrenching

    Premium-Inhalt. Citigroup Inc. is announcing plans to limit hiring to "critical" jobs only, while Bank of America Corp. is taking a major divestment step in a retrenchment that also involves a plan to pare 30,000 positions.

  • Cookin' Up Finance at Famous Dave's

    Premium-Inhalt. Diana Purcel joined Minnetonka, Minn.-based barbeque chain as CFO in 2003 after five years at party-goods company Paper Warehouse, the last year as finance chief. Since she joined Famous Dave's, it has doubled from 92 restaurants to 184 in 37 states -- 53 of them company-owned and the rest franchises. It has also evolved to implement formal management practices in finance and other areas.

  • Consumer Wrath Hits Netflix Hard

    Premium-Inhalt. Hell hath no fury like a consumer scorned--a fact since it restructured its pricing in July. One million consumers have bailed since the restructure, and the company's stock price is falling precipitously.

  • SBS looks to Cloud services

    Premium-Inhalt. When Klaus Schelp started at SBS at the beginning of this year he focused on business outcomes ahead of technology operations. As the head of information technology at the national broadcaster, Schelp was met with increasing business demands for online collaboration without the on-premise infrastructure to support it. A journey to Cloud services looked increasingly compelling.

  • Portal is free for Macs, PCs until September 20

    Premium-Inhalt. If you haven't yet experienced the wonder of , there's never been a better time to start: Valve has made Portal free for the Mac and PC until September 20 as part of its initiative.

  • First Look: Apple Thunderbolt Display

    Premium-Inhalt. The Apple may just be the most clever display ever. Macworld Lab received our new display Friday morning, and we immediately set out to test the new features.

  • Why Windows 8 on ARM Matters

    Premium-Inhalt. If Windows 8 works successfully on , expect to see thin, light, and innovative devices coming our way. This includes ultra-thin laptops with impressive battery life, and super-light, large-screen tablets.

  • 26-Foot-Tall Rubik's Cube Is Even Harder to Solve

    Premium-Inhalt. It first appeared at Burning Man, providing a guiding light in the wastes, and now it's coming to Seattle's . What is it? Why, it's a huge 26-foot Rubik's cube that can actually be solved. It takes 3 people, however, and they stand apart from each other (60ft-Burning Man, 30ft-PacSci) and each participant only gets to rotate one axis. Created by Groove Studios, they call it the "Groovik's Cube."

  • Microsoft cracks live migration problem

    Premium-Inhalt. With the next release of Windows Server operating system, Microsoft has conquered one of the thorniest problems in virtualization: moving an operational virtual machine (VM) across a wide area network (WAN).

  • Experts: Google antitrust probe to shed light on search

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission's antitrust investigation into Google's search engine could shine some light on the secret inner workings of the company's search ranking decisions and the relationship between advertising and free search results, some Google critics said Friday.

  • Macworld editors, other experts to be at Mac Computer Expo

    Premium-Inhalt. Northern Californians itching for a day of Mac and Apple goodness from a whole bunch of great speakers: will host its 18th annual (MCE) on October 1 at the .

  • Researcher discloses zero-day flaws in SCADA systems

    Premium-Inhalt. An Italian security researcher this week disclosed details of several zero-day vulnerabilities he discovered in Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) products from multiple vendors, a disclosure that's likely to reinforce concerns about critical infrastructure weaknesses.

  • DEMO '11: Keep your eyes on WeVideo

    Premium-Inhalt. While there were a lot of at this year's , WeVideo looks like it has the most potential to be the Next Big Thing.

  • US-Australia military pact deemed to cover cyberspace

    Premium-Inhalt. For the first time, the U.S. has interpreted an existing treaty to include as a trigger for international military cooperation.

  • Seven states join DOJ in opposing AT&T deal

    Premium-Inhalt. Seven state attorneys general have joined a U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit attempting to block AT&T's US$39 billion acquisition of rival mobile carrier T-Mobile USA.

  • Intel boosts laptop battery, graphics with Ivy Bridge

    Premium-Inhalt. Chip and system-level improvements that Intel is making with the Ivy Bridge microarchitecture will result in laptops out next year with longer battery life and better graphics, the company said this week.

  • Developers get access to first Google+ APIs

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has released the first public APIs for Google+ so that external developers can start working with the social networking site and planning applications for it.

  • NFL Rivals for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. has made a name for itself on the iOS platform with its Backbreaker Football series, which puts you in the cleats of a gridiron superstar. Whether you're talking about the or its recent , the games are notable for offering console-style graphics, a frenetic player's-eye view, solid accelerometer-based controls, and bone-jarring hits. But you won't find any name or logo of any actual team. Backbreaker uses fictionalized team names like Pioneers, Assassins, and--my personal favorite--Amberjacks.

  • Symantec CEO nets $8.5 million pay package

    Premium-Inhalt. CEO Enrique Salem netted an $8.5 million pay package this year, down 6% from the $9 million he received in 2010, according to documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • Value of Intel-Google partnership on smartphones remains to be seen

    Premium-Inhalt. The Computerworld US story, "Value of Intel-Google partnership on smartphones remains to be seen," which posted to the newswire Friday, had an incorrect byline. The correct byline is Matt Hamblen. The story has been corrected on the newswire and online editors are asked to make the change on their sites.

  • Value of Intel-Google partnership on smartphones remains to be seen

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel this week promised a smartphone based on its Atom processor will hit the market in the first quarter of 2012, while Google announced plans to make future Android releases work on Intel's mobile chips.

  • Google patches 32 Chrome bugs, revs browser to v.14

    Premium-Inhalt. Google today patched 32 vulnerabilities in Chrome, paying more than $14,000 in bug bounties as it also upgraded the stable edition of the browser to version 14.

  • Pledge asks Chinese hackers to reject cybertheft

    Premium-Inhalt. Two prominent Chinese hackers have released a convention calling for the rejection of cybertheft and are asking their peers to support it, as China is increasingly seen as the source of international hacking attacks.

  • Security roundup: Stealing from the military; persistent threats; mammoth security problems; bot armies

    Premium-Inhalt. Sometimes the difference between selfless valor and selfish cowardice is stark. On the same week that 21-year-old Marine Sgt. for heroism in saving his compatriots in Afghanistan, we hear that Rene Quimby, 42, is sentenced to prison for stealing 16,000 identities of U.S. military service members and using that information to steal from 650 victims.

  • iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending Sept. 16

    Premium-Inhalt. We learn this week that the 5 is a "sight to behold" even though no one writing about it has actually beheld one. Far from dampening rumors, that vacuum of fact causes them to swell and blossom.

  • Apps Created for Android, iPhone May Top 1 Million

    Premium-Inhalt. A milestone was hit today in the market for smartphone apps. There may be a million of them out there.

  • NASA Discovers a Tatooine-like Planet Orbiting Two Stars

    Premium-Inhalt. NASA's has discovered a planet that orbits around two suns, which just so happen to be a yellow sun and red dwarf star, that is 200-light-years away from Earth--which some might say is in galaxy far away. Where have we seen this before? Hrmmm...

  • Schoolchildren to be taught how to write software

    Premium-Inhalt. Pre-GSCE students will be taught how to write software, in a trial aiming to transform IT education in schools, the government has revealed.

  • Research: Study the Player, Not the Game

    Premium-Inhalt. We've heard it all before, usually from Fox News: games are murder simulators, games will corrupt your children, games cause youngsters to become murderous fanatics.

  • Windows 8 Presents a Cure for Bloatware

    Premium-Inhalt. With Windows 8, the days of getting junk software with your printers, cameras, and external hard drives may be over.

  • European data concerns cloud outlook for US vendors

    Premium-Inhalt. American cloud providers may find themselves unable to sell to the Dutch government due to concerns that the vendors could be compelled to share data with U.S. authorities under the provisions of the Patriot Act. Similar concerns are being raised in the European Parliament.

  • Layton Vs Ace Attorney Features Actors from Movie

    Premium-Inhalt. that the upcoming Layton Vs Ace Attorney game -- which still doesn't have a U.S. release date -- will feature voice work from the actors confirmed to be performing in the .

  • Archos Bargain-Priced G9 Tablets to Arrive Sept. 20

    Premium-Inhalt. Are you longing to get your hands on a tablet, but can't stomach the $500 pricing for devices such as the , Motorola , BlackBerry , or Samsung ? Then you might be interested in Archos' 80 G9 Android Honeycomb tablet for $300.

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