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  • Abwärtstrend bei Hightech-Gründungen

    Studie zu Startups

    Nach einer Studie des Zentrums für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung (ZEW) ist die Gründungstätigkeit im Hightech-Sektor 2010 um zwei Prozent gesunken.  …mehr

  • Steve Jobs wollte Googles Android "vernichten"

    Biograf

    Apple-Chef Steve Jobs hat vor seinem Tod alles daran gesetzt, das konkurrierende Smartphone-Betriebssystem Android von Google zu "vernichten". …mehr

  • RIM hat Ärger mit Markennamen BBX

    Blackberry

    Die Pechsträhne des Blackberry-Herstellers Research in Motion (RIM) hält an. …mehr

  • Groupon macht Börsengang klar

    Bewertung bis $11,4 Milliarden

    Das Schnäppchen-Portal Groupon peilt bei seinem Gang an die Börse eine Bewertung bis zu 11,4 Milliarden Dollar an. …mehr

  • Wunderkit kommt bald

    6Wunderkinder

    Mit seinem hübschen Aufgabenplaner "Wunderlist" hat das Berliner Start-up 6Wunderkinder bereits für Furore gesorgt. Jetzt setzt es mit "Wunderkit" noch eins drauf.  …mehr

  • Neues zentrales Portal für Lebensmittelwarnungen

    www.lebensmittelwarnung.de

    Warnungen vor Gesundheitsgefahren bei Lebensmitteln in Deutschland sind ab jetzt auf einer zentralen Internetseite zu finden. …mehr

  • "Zum ersten Mal von Facebook verstanden"

    Datenschützer Weichert

    Datenschützer und Facebook im Dialog: Nach einem Treffen mit einer Delegation des Sozialen Netzwerks zeigte sich der Kieler Datenschützer Thilo Weichert vorsichtig optimistisch. …mehr

  • AT&T kämpft unbeirrt um T-Mobile-Übernahme

    US-Mobilfunkmarkt

    Obwohl das eigene Mobilfunkgeschäft kräftig wächst, will der US-Telekomkonzern AT&T nicht auf die Übernahme des kleineren Rivalen T-Mobile USA verzichten. …mehr

  • McAfee bekämpft Viren auf Chipsatzebene

    Kampf gegen Viren und Malware

    Die Intel-Tochter will mit Deep Defender und ePolicy Orchestrator Deep Command Viren noch vor der Ausführung im Betriebssystem abfangen.  …mehr

  • Google baut den Reader um

    RSS-Feeds

    Google verlagert die meisten Sharing-Funktionen seines Browser-Feedreaders "Google Reader" nach Google+.  …mehr

  • Linux-Sicherheit - Angriffe entdecken

    Systeme und Netzwerk überwachen

    Angriffe auf Linux-Systeme hinterlassen fast immer verräterische Spuren. Doch die manuelle Analyse von Logfiles ist sehr aufwändig und wird daher meist vernachlässigt. Doch es gibt nützliche Tools, die den Administrator bei der Spurensuche unterstützen.  …mehr

  • Firmenkunden bringen Microsoft das Geld

    Rekordumsatz

    Der weltgrößte Software-Konzern Microsoft profitiert von einem weiterhin guten Geschäft mit Firmenkunden. …mehr

  • 40 praktische Multimedia-Tools

    Audio, Video & Foto

    Wie konvertiere ich meine Audio- und Video-Sammlung für die Nutzung mit dem neuen Player? Kein Problem, sagen wir und stellen Ihnen 40 tolle Multimedia-Tools vor, die allesamt auch noch eins gemein haben: Sie sind allesamt kostenlos erhältlich.  …mehr

  • Huawei greift im Enterprise Business an

    Konkurrenz für Cisco und HP

    Im deutschen Carrier-Markt bereits erfolgreich, hat Huawei jetzt das Enterprise-Networking-Business im Visier. Das Produktportfolio reicht vom Access Point bis hin zum Data-Center- und Cloud-Equipment.  …mehr

  • Zehn Tipps für die CRM-Implementierung

    Kunden-Management

    Bei der Einführung einer CRM-Software können Firmen viel falsch machen. Die folgenden Ratschläge sind zwar keine Erfolgsgarantie, geben aber Hinweise, worauf Unternehmen achten sollten. …mehr

  • "Wie trete ich als Chef aus dem Schatten meines Vorgängers?"

    Führungstipp

    Jahrelang Abteilungsleiter, seit kurzem Mitglied der Geschäftsführung: Wenn dann der Vorgänger noch sehr beliebt war, fällt es schwer, aus seinem Schatten herauszutreten. Was ist zu tun? …mehr

  • Sysinternals - Gratis-Tools für die Verwaltung von Dateien und Datenträgern

    Kostenlose Microsoft-Werkzeuge

    Die kostenlosen Sysinternals-Programme von Microsoft sollen Administratoren bei ihren alltäglichen Aufgaben unterstützten. Grund genug, diese in einer Artikelserie eingehend vorzustellen. Den Anfang machen Werkzeuge zum Umgang mit Dateien und Datenträgern.  …mehr

  • BFH zur Privatnutzung von Firmenwagen

    Mehr als der Anscheinsbeweis

    Die Ein-Prozent-Regelung gilt nur für tatsächlich zur privaten Nutzung überlassene Dienstwagen. Dies hat der Bundesfinanzhof entschieden.  …mehr

  • Rentenbezug verschwiegen - Steuerhinterziehung

    "Hausfrau" statt "Rentnerin"

    Fehlende Angaben über erhaltene Rentenbezüge können massiven Ärger mit dem Finanzamt verursachen.  …mehr

  • 2012 in Security: Rising Danger

    Premium-Inhalt. Computer security involves more than installing an antivirus utility on your PC. Malicious hackers are on a mission to steal money and wreak havoc, and they'll do it by any means possible. The growing number of mobile devices, such as phones and tablets, and the popularity of social networks give them new avenues in which to expand their cybercrime.

  • Judge refuses to exclude troublesome Google email

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has lost its appeal to keep a potentially damaging email away from the jury in the company's legal fight with Oracle over Java.

  • Microsoft posts record quarter but says tablets have “cannibalized” netbooks

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite weak consumer demand for PCs, posted record first quarter revenue of $17.37 billion for the period that ended Sept. 30. This beat analysts' reported expectations of $17.2 billion. Revenue increased 7% percent over the year-ago period. Microsoft credited the increase to enterprise demand for Office, server and development tools.

  • Nvidia 3D Vision 2 Creates Experience 'Better than the Best Hollywood 3D Movie'

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this week, Nvidia unveiled its next generation of 3D vision products for games, movies, and photos. The 3D Vision 2 setup boasts bigger lenses and new Lightboost technology, enabling you to see brighter, more vibrant screens.

  • Auditors welcome audit scrutiny

    Premium-Inhalt. Auditors welcomed the to refer the audit market investigation to the Competition Commission on Friday.

  • Remains of the Day: iPhone baloney

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPhone 3GS is racking up sales while the iPhone 4S is getting ready for a wide release. Also, keep your friends close, but your iPads closer, thanks to a new security flaw. The remainders for Friday, October 21, 2011 are on the prowl.

  • Apple releases Canon, FujiXerox printer drivers

    Premium-Inhalt. Looking to print a few flyers for your garage sale this weekend, or maybe print a few things for your upcoming Halloween party? If you use a Canon or FujiXerox printer, you probably should use one of the new drivers released by Apple on Thursday.

  • iPad 2 Smart Cover Exposes Security Flaw

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's Smart Covers are pretty cool--they attach magnetically to your iPad 2, and you can lock your iPad's screen simply by "closing" the cover. Lift the cover off the screen, and your iPad wakes right up. Unfortunately, members of the German forum ("Apple Talk") discovered a bug in how iOS handles the Smart Cover that makes it possible to bypass the iPad's passcode screen. Yikes.

  • A 'Status Gap' That Weakens Audit Committees

    Premium-Inhalt. We all grow up painfully (or perhaps gratifyingly) aware of the role of status symbols in the pursuit of happiness. Whether it's a vintage Mercedes, a Harvard degree, or a coveted country club membership, the benchmarks of success in society -- while fun to possess -- frequently determine how well we are perceived, as well.

  • Take Care in Placing Key Finance People

    Premium-Inhalt. I've often said I do not consider myself a traditional finance person. I pride myself in looking around the corners of businesses, integrating the best of other functions into my finance work, and trying to find simpler ways to deliver results.

  • IT 2012 Predictions: For One, Social Networks Rule

    Premium-Inhalt. The evolution of social-networking capabilities in corporate systems, and technologies that dramatically boost productivity and reduce risk, are themes that dominate the "Top Ten Predictions 2012" from one IT research firm.

  • Mandatory PC energy standards proposed

    Premium-Inhalt. The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority has begun the formal process of engaging industry on energy-saving standards for personal computer equipment, with a discussion document that suggests mandatory standards that would shut out computers judged inefficient from being imported into or manufactured in New Zealand.

  • Card-less, bank-free mobile payment service launched

    Premium-Inhalt. New Zealand's mobile network operators have agreed to introduce a mobile payment service, supported by the Telecommunications' Carriers' Forum, that will enable users to buy items and services via their phones without having to enter credit card details.

  • Report: Apple's iPad Dominance Fades

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite a 20 percent increase in shipped units during the past three months, the iPad's share of the global tablet market slipped mightily in the face of growing competition from Android slates.

  • Jack Ma wants answers from Yahoo on possible deal

    Premium-Inhalt. In response to queries regarding a possible buyout of Yahoo, Alibaba Chairman and CEO, Jack Ma, made his intentions clear yesterday in Hong Kong by saying, "we are waiting for answers [from Yahoo]"

  • Sprint Kills Unlimited Data For Everything Except Smartphones

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint will stop offering unlimited 4G data for tablets, laptops USB cards, and mobile hotspots starting next month--effectively eliminating unlimited data for all devices except smartphones.

  • Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Tablet: Too Pricey at $400?

    Premium-Inhalt. has made it official: Its 7-inch will arrive at U.S. retailers on November 13. Pre-orders start Oct. 23.

  • Salesforce.com to 'unlock' SAP's core software for 'social enterprises'

    Premium-Inhalt. Salesforce.com is rolling out a set of consulting and integration services aimed at SAP customers who want to build a "social enterprise" with Salesforce.com's Force.com platform.

  • Virtual Data Centers on the Way? Poll Results

    Premium-Inhalt. On Monday, we polled IT and business leaders about how they're . The respondents to our pair of suveys who say they are well on the way to a completely virtual data center outnumber those who haven't started using the cloud at all.

  • Maybe RIM Should Stop Trying

    Premium-Inhalt. Research In Motion (RIM) has built a reputation as a secure, reliable, business-oriented mobile platform. Back when RIM was the only game in town, this was good enough--but now snazzy smartphones have appeared on the consumer market, and RIM can't keep up.

  • Zambia halts pre-export plan to block counterfeit Chinese phones

    Premium-Inhalt. While several African countries are battling to block the entry of counterfeit mobile phones and other electronic products from China, Zambia has abandoned the implementation of a pre-export verification system that was aimed at blocking the products from entering Zambia.

  • ITC Deals HTC Setback in Apple Patent War

    Premium-Inhalt. While Apple continues business as usual with the , iCloud, and , and Android marches on with the unveiling of Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich", a war between iOS and Android is being waged in courtrooms around the world. In one of those battles--between --it seems that Apple has the upper hand following a decision from the US International Trade Commission (ITC).

  • Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus to ship Nov. 13 for $400

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung confirmed Friday that another in its line of tablet computers, the , will sell for $399.99 starting Nov.13 at many U.S. retailers.

  • CIO Role: Is IT Facing a Leadership Crisis?

    Premium-Inhalt. David Reynolds wants to be a CIO, and the 35-year-old systems manager for the Rhode Island Blood Center may well be on his way.

  • Apogee Jam guitar interface lets you rock through your dock

    Premium-Inhalt. When Apple announced ( Macworld rated 5 out of 5 mice ) back in March 2011, the company showcased the $99 as a way to connect your electric guitar or bass to your iPad or iPhone.

  • Bugs & Fixes: Losing iWork documents in iCloud

    Premium-Inhalt. If you use iWork applications (Pages, Numbers, Keynote), you can >use the iWork section of iCloud to sync your documents across all of your devices—Mac OS X and iOS. Sort of. While it generally works well when syncing documents among iOS devices, syncing to and from Macs is another story. Even when syncing among iOS devices, there is potential danger—including a chance that all of your documents will vanish.

  • Google readies Google+ for push into the enterprise

    Premium-Inhalt. Google looks close to unleashing Google+ on the enterprise.

  • Hard to fully assess Duqu threat yet, researchers say

    Premium-Inhalt. As new information about Duqu continues to come out, some experts are starting to question whether the danger posed by the trojan has been exaggerated.

  • IMDB Trivia for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Building a good trivia game for the iPhone and iPod touch is harder than it looks. You have to feature a challenging mix of questions, of course, but you also need to present those questions in a way that’s suited for an iOS device’s touch interface. from does a decent job of handling the former challenge, but it absolutely nails the latter.

  • Google Mobile Search Ads Can Expand Your Local Reach

    Premium-Inhalt. For small businesses, Google's new mobile search advertising features can increase the ROI of your ads by targeting local customers. To get started with mobile search engine ads, optimizing is the first step. Using your paid search dollars to bring in those clients is next, and Google is making it much easier for small businesses.

  • BlizzCon 2011: Diablo 3 is Free to WoW Subscribers

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're following BlizzCon news this week, there's only a 1% chance that you've never been a World of Warcraft? subscriber. Or maybe you simply hit the level cap and took a break. Regardless, if you've had an inactive account or simply haven't tried the world's most popular MMO yet, there's an incentive for you to get back in the game.

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