IT als Business-Killer? Verpassen viele Kleinunternehmen die Chance, IT-Infrastruktur als Wachstumsmotor zu nutzen? Neun von zehn kleineren Unternehmen erleben regelmäßig IT-Ausfälle, 38 Prozent sogar mindestens einmal im Monat. Das hat eine europaweite Studie des Marktforschungsunternehmens VansonBourne* ergeben. …mehr
Premium-Inhalt. Digital Storm has released another iteration of its ODE desktop, the ODE Level 4. At $3499 (as of March 27, 2012), the price tag rivals that of most of the top , but does this PC have the chops to rank among the best?
Premium-Inhalt. There have been a number of issues reported with the new Apple iPad. According to Apple, though, the concerns being reported about the iPad battery are not issues at all--just the device doing what it was designed to do.
Premium-Inhalt. To report a pothole that could be harmful to your car in the city of Cambridge, Mass., citizens used to have to call city hall and then navigate a series of steps to be connected with the department or person responsible for fixing the issue.
Premium-Inhalt. The fifth paragraph of the story "Facebook claims evidence to prove Ceglia forged contract," posted Tuesday, contained an incorrect URL for Facebook's memorandum to the court. The correct address is http://www.scribd.com/doc/86871490/Facebook-vs-Ceglia-March-26-2012
Premium-Inhalt. After having fallen behind in the WAN optimization market, Blue Coat has made changes to help take on a new strategy, including Monday's announcement of David Murphy as new president and COO.
Premium-Inhalt. The iPad mini rumor gains some steam, even as the current iPad gets ready for cold weather. Meanwhile Siri bones up on sports and plane-spotting. The remainders for Tuesday, March 27, 2012 are flying high.
Premium-Inhalt. The saga of X-COM: Enemy Unknown and its many misbegotten sequels reads like a gaming industry exposé. The first game came out of nowhere in 1993 and knocked geeks off their feet with highly detailed tactical combat, satisfying resource allocation mechanics and a polished, slick presentation. It's considered one of the best computer games ever made, and despite its age remains compelling. Things went downhill quickly after the first sequel, however, with each successive design team wandering further and further astray, insisting on either simplifying or reimagining aspects of the game despite legions of customers pleading otherwise. Eventually, the situation reached the infamous nadir of the , one of computer gaming's greatest follies. That's only half the story, however. The truth is that the fans never gave up on X-COM; after the originals began to show their age, a group of coders got together to remake the classic, rather than replace it with something else. The result of that multiyear effort is UFO: Alien Invasion.
Premium-Inhalt. Magix Audio Cleaning Lab MX ($60, seven-day free trial) is the friendliest audio restoration, editing, and rendering program I've ever used--at least for the basics. It's especially easy for those who want to record and import audio from CDs, vinyl, and cassettes. In fact, much of the interface is dedicated to making that task easy. But what counts in audio restoration is how the audio sounds after the noise removal process. In that regard, Audio Cleaning Lab MX does a good job--roughly equivalent to the free .
Premium-Inhalt. Social gaming website RockYou has against it by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) with a $250,000 civil penalty and other concessions. RockYou was the victim of a data breach in 2009 that exposed the personal information of 32 million users to hackers.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple's CEO Tim Cook met with Beijing's mayor on Monday, and called for increased cooperation with China's capital city along with market expansion, according to a report from Chinese state-run press.
Premium-Inhalt. People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones or, evidently, have other people come to visit. According to CBS New York, an because she accidentally ran into one of its glass store doors. The total amount is one million, but I suspect she'll be paying more in public ridicule than any amount Apple could provide.