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  • Deutsches IT-Wissen weltweit gefragt

    IBM Deutschland exportiert Know-how

    Das IT-Know-how hiesiger Experten ist weltweit gefragt, ob in Dubai, China oder Südamerika. IBM Deutschland möchte seine IT-Berater zu Exporteuren ihres eigenen Fachwissens machen.  …mehr

  • Chef-Programmierer von Kino.to legt Geständnis ab

    Landgericht Leipzig

    Der Chef-Programmierer des illegalen Filmportals Kino.to hat am Freitag ein umfangreiches Geständnis abgelegt. …mehr

  • Telekom will Bundesligarechte

    "Fußball für alle"

    Die Deutsche Telekom will nach einem möglichen Zuschlag für die Bundesliga-Übertragungsrechte "Fußball für alle" bieten. …mehr

  • Apple TV mit neuer Oberfläche und 1080p

    Apple TV 3

    Das neue Apple TV kann Videos auch im HD-Format 1080p wiedergeben und kommt mit einer neuen Benutzeroberfläche. Inhalte von Drittanbietern wie Netflix oder Vimeo lassen sich einfacher einbinden.  …mehr

  • Mehr für den Browser

    Ratgeber Add-ons - ScrapBook, Ghostery, NoScript

    Moderne Browser bieten dem Anwender in der Regel eine breite Palette an Möglichkeiten und Features - aber irgendetwas fehlt immer. Wir stellen Add-ons vor, die diese Lücken füllen können.  …mehr

  • Competent, Easy-to-Use Magix Digital DJ

    Premium-Inhalt. Magix Digital DJ 2 ($50, feature-limited demo) is very nice representation of what would've once been about $10,000 worth of DJ audio equipment. It's rather sedate in appearance compared to the skinnable and , but it's also logically designed and makes it very easy for you to get to relevant tools and functions.

  • What's in Your Bag? David Rusenko, Weebly CEO

    Premium-Inhalt. PCWorld Business Center's "In Your Bag" series takes an intimate look at the essential tech gear that small-business leaders carry with them.

  • Why the key to Apple's future is in the clouds

    Premium-Inhalt. When , it marked the first step in the transition from Apple’s focus on the personal computer as the hub of consumer digital life to an ecosystem driven by a diverse collection of connected devices and services.

  • BlackBerry maker tries to quash rumours it has ditched consumers

    Premium-Inhalt. BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) has denied , following its earnings call earlier this week.

  • What Gemma Correll wore today

    Premium-Inhalt. A new book from illustrator and pug enthusiast offers readers the chance to keep a fashion journal where their own drawings sit alongside Gemma's charmingly simple creations.

  • iTunes and Amazon fraudsters get prison sentences

    Premium-Inhalt. The final three members of an 11-strong gang that scammed iTunes and Amazon out of £500,000 worth of royalty payments have been charged with fraud and money laundering by Southwark Crown Court.

  • Atlantis combats storage bottlenecks with ILIO for Citrix XenApp

    Premium-Inhalt. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) specialist Atlantis Computing is moving into virtual server optimisation with the launch of its ILIO optimisation product for Citrix XenApp.

  • New iPad vs. iPad 2: Which is the Better Deal?

    Premium-Inhalt. We've raved about the new . We've gauged its graphics prowess in benchmark testing. But it's not the only iPad in town: Apple continues to sell models, and at a very compelling price--$399 for a 16GB model. So if you're in the market for a tablet, which one should you buy?

  • Samsung Series 5 Ultra: Slim and Stylish, but Not an Ultrabook

    Premium-Inhalt. The Samsung Series 5 Ultra is into the Ultrabook market (if you don’t count the , which predates the Ultrabook brand). There's just one problem: It weighs nearly 4 pounds, and measures 0.82 inch thick. In other words, this 14-inch laptop is closer to a regular ol' ultraportable than it is to an Ultrabook.

  • Intel: Ultrabooks Offer More Choice, Better Value Than MacBook Air or iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. With the superhigh-resolution selling like hotcakes, and a refresh of the MacBook Air expected soon, Windows-based laptops are seemingly becoming a dying breed in this "post-PC," Apple-dominated era.

  • RIM Dooms Itself With IT-Centric Strategy

    Premium-Inhalt. In a world driven by consumerization one company stands alone against the wave of employees who are bringing their iPhones and Android phones to work. That company is RIM . We know this will work because it worked so swimmingly for Microsoft. I think we can officially start preparing to say, "RIP, RIM."

  • Google Maps Goes 8-Bit For April Fools'

    Premium-Inhalt. Ever wanted to make your next long-distance journey seem that little bit more epic? Well now you can, thanks to a new . Similar in style to old Squaresoft (now Square-Enix) games from the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) era, this new way to view Google Maps will definitely give your next journey that sense of adventure.

  • Bricks and Brains: Lego Shaun of The Dead Set Gains 10,000 Supporters

    Premium-Inhalt. While most zombie flicks generally involve a lot of gore and a number of "survivors" running around panic stricken, British zombie comedy movie is a both a refreshing and entertaining change from the norm. If you haven't watched it, check it out. If you have, there's now a chance for you of the movie with Lego.

  • Weekly Wrap: iPads new and old, Foxconn, and Mac tips

    Premium-Inhalt. The Fair Labor Association found problems at Foxconn. Closer to home, we can help you solve problems you find with your iPad or Mac. And a few of the apps we looked at this past week might help you find yourself—at least, if you can find yourself by trying out a painting app or a shooting game. Join me for another edition of the only Macworld story that tries to point you to all the best Macworld stories from the past seven days: The Weekly Wrap.

  • Online Oversharing Can Be Dangerous

    Premium-Inhalt. Online oversharing can be downright unsafe, as an app making headlines for being creepy and undermining the privacy of women shows.

  • The Macalope Weekly: Outlandish claims

    Premium-Inhalt. Three pundits, three outlandish claims! First, our old friend Rob Enderle is back! (Did he ever leave? Is there some way we could arrange that?) And this one is tagged Not Safe For Work! Also, Not Safe For Keeping Your Lunch Down! Then you may be surprised to find out who this year’s cool company is, according to one pundit. And finally, a CNet pundit shows you how to argue against claims no one is making!

  • The Nokia Lumia 900: How to Get it for Free

    Premium-Inhalt. The , the sleek and slim high-end smartphone, can be had for free -- even more impressive than the already low $100 retail price.

  • Canary Wharf aims to emulate Silicon Roundabout success

    Premium-Inhalt. Developers at Canary Wharf in London are keen to copy the success of Shoreditch's Silicon Roundabout, and are taking steps to motivate IT companies to set up business there.

  • Why Amazon can't win a tablet price war against Google

    Premium-Inhalt. When you order something from , it comes in a box.

  • Ofcom tips 600Mhz and 700Mhz spectrum bands for mobile broadband

    Premium-Inhalt. Communications regulator Ofcom has begun a on the future use of spectrum bands 600Mhz and 700Mhz, and suggests that the UK reserves them for mobile broadband needs.

  • Bond e-trading soars

    Premium-Inhalt. A move by for bonds has come at a time that the industry as a whole is stepping up IT-driven trading. While stocks and shares trading has long been automated in many organisations, bond traders have often stuck with desk-based trading.

  • Analyst: Government’s digital leaders’ network shouldn’t be using post-it notes

    Premium-Inhalt. The government's newly announced Digital Leaders Network has been criticised by a senior analyst for not taking advantage of the digital tools it is supposedly setting out to promote.

  • Anonymous threatening to kill Internet over SOPA, Lulzsec

    Premium-Inhalt. Hacker group Anonymous has been threatening since February to "" by launching a Distributed Denial of Service attack (DDOS) on Saturday (31 March). The attack will target the world's 13 DNS servers so that Internet users will be unable to perform domain name lookups , thus temporarily disabling the Internet.

  • DECC opts for public cloud to launch The National Heat Map

    Premium-Inhalt. The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has revealed this week that it is using public cloud services to run its newly launched web application, The National Heat Map.

  • Mobile operators 'losing billions' through poor fraud tackling processes

    Premium-Inhalt. The mobile telecoms industry lost more than $58 billion last year - over six percent of global revenues - due to inadequate fraud management and revenue assurance processes, a research paper has claimed.

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