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  • Panasonic Eluga kommt nach Ostern in den Handel

    399 Euro ohne Vertrag

    Dass das erste Panasonic-Smartphone für den europäischen Markt im April herauskommen würde, war schon länger bekannt. Jetzt steht der genaue Launch-Termin fest.  …mehr

  • Google bringt Internet-Technik ins Brillenglas

    Update

    Nach dem Ende der PC-Ära ist auch schon das Ende der Smartphone-Ära in Sicht: Das engste Bindeglied zwischen Mensch und Internet könnte in Zukunft eine Brille sein. …mehr

  • Nordamerika-Chef von SAP geht

    Robert Courteau

    Europas größter Softwarehersteller SAP hat seinen Nordamerika-Chef verloren. …mehr

  • Mehr als halbe Million Macs mit Trojaner infiziert

    Fettes Botnetz

    Mehr als eine halbe Million Apple-Computer sind den russischen Antiviren-Experten von Doctor Web zufolge weltweit mit einer Schadsoftware infiziert. …mehr

  • Apple will Wi-Fi-Problemen in neuem iPad nachgehen

    Verbindungsabbruch, niedrige Datenraten etc...

    Nachdem sich Berichte über WLAN-Probleme des neuen iPad häufen, will Apple den Fehlermeldungen auf den Grund gehen.  …mehr

  • Proxmox VE 2.0: Kostenlose Virtualisierung

    Open Source Virtualisierung

    Proxmox hat seine Open-Source-Virtualisierungslösung "Virtual Environment" in Version 2.0 veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Elektronische Musik aus dem iPhone zaubern

    Propellerhead "Figure"

    Die schwedischen Musiksoftware-Spezialisten von Propellerhead haben mit "Figure" eine tolle neue App für das iPhone veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • WordPress 3.4 soll im Mai fertigwerden

    Beta 1 verfügbar

    Die Entwickler des quelloffnen Blog-CMS "WordPress" haben die Beta 1 der kommenden Version 3.4 veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber - Katrin Blume, innobis AG

    Jobperspektiven im Mittelstand

    Vom 5. bis 18. April 2012 beantwortet Personalreferentin Katrin Blume von der innobis AG Fragen zu Karriereperspektiven in einem mittelständischen Beratungshaus.  …mehr

  • Telekom beteiligt sich an HMM Deutschland

    Gesundheitswesen

    Die Deutsche Telekom baut ihr Geschäftsfeld Gesundheit aus und beteiligt sich mit 49,9 Prozent am IT-Dienstleister HMM Deutschland GmbH.  …mehr

  • Google forscht an Augmented-Reality-Brillen

    "Project Glass"

    Der Internetkonzern Google hat ein Forschungsprojekt gestartet, das Informationen aller Art in das Sichtfeld einer Brille einblenden will. …mehr

  • Deutschland im Digitalisierungsindex hinter Island und Neuseeland

    WEF

    Bei den Rahmenbedingungen für Informationstechnik und Internet liegt Deutschland nach einer internationalen Studie nur auf Platz 16 - hinter Island und Neuseeland. …mehr

  • Smartphones an die Leine

    Notfallplan für iPhone und Co.

    Wenn ein Smartphone mit brisanten Daten in falsche Hände gerät, hilft nur noch Fernlöschen oder Sperren der Geräte. Leider funktioniert das nicht bei jedem Betriebssystem im gewünschten Maß. …mehr

  • Grass-Gedicht schlägt hohe Wellen auf Twitter

    Trending Topic

    Das hat ein Gedicht bisher noch nicht geschafft: Die als Lyrik präsentierte Kritik von Günter Grass ist am Mittwoch zum Top-Trend im Internet-Dienst Twitter geworden. …mehr

  • Die besten Video-Konferenz-Dienste

    Video-Chat spart Reisekosten

    Video-Konferenzen erleichtern das Leben und sparen Reisekosten. Lesen Sie, welche Dienste sich bewährt haben. …mehr

  • Orbot bietet TOR-Funktion für Android

    Privatsphäre unterwegs schützen

    TOR ist mehr als nur ein Projekt gegen Zensur. Das System kann auch die Privatsphäre von jedem Einzelnen schützen. Das System gibt es nicht nur für den PC, auch für Android steht die passende App bereit.  …mehr

  • Diversity für Anfänger

    IT-Teams brauchen Vielfalt

    Vielfalt in IT-Teams ist Trumpf. Doch was bedeutet Diversity für das Tagesgeschäft? Wie bekommen Führungskräfte eine gute Mischung ihrer Mitarbeiter hin? Was bringt ihnen das für den Geschäftserfolg?  …mehr

  • Der Markt für Ultrabooks reift langsam

    Die Topmodelle von Acer bis Toshiba

    Fast alle Notebook-Hersteller haben sich mittlerweile zu Ultrabooks bekannt. Doch die Preise für die flachen Rechner mit Intel-CPUs bleiben hoch.  …mehr

  • Anonymous Attacks China, Defaces Hundreds of Websites

    Premium-Inhalt. Hacktivist group Anonymous has turned its , reportedly defacing hundreds of Chinese websites, including a handful of local Chinese government websites over the past few days.

  • Tussle erupts between competing digital post services in Australia

    Premium-Inhalt. Australia Post and Digital Post Australia, both of which plan to launch digital mailbox services in the country later this year, are already facing each other in court.

  • Open-source data mapping tool CartoDB provides customizable views

    Premium-Inhalt. Vizzuality launched an open-source data-mapping tool CartoDB this week, promising an easy and customizable way for users to display their geospatial data.

  • Steve Jobs’ rage at Android was all “for show” –- Google CEO Page claims

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Jobs’ holy rage against Google’s Android mobile operating system was just some “differences” created “for show,” according to Google CEO Larry Page in an interview transcript published this week.

  • With the new Evo, Sprint gets its signature LTE device

    Premium-Inhalt. With its LTE launch just around the corner, Sprint Wednesday took the wraps off its first big-time LTE-capable smartphone, the HTC Evo 4G LTE.

  • First Impressions: HTC Evo 4G LTE

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint might not have an LTE network yet, but that isn't stopping the carrier from releasing new LTE phones. At an event Wednesday evening, pulled back the curtains on the . I got the chance to check out this dual-core Android 4.0 phone during a quick demo. Overall, I'm not blown away by the design, but the camera is impressive.

  • Tales of Maj'Eyal 4 Begins a New Chapter in the Roguelike Genre

    Premium-Inhalt. Tales of Maj'Eyal 4 is a roguelike game, which means a top-down experience where you control a single character who traverses a semi-random world in pursuit of power, glory, and finding new and interesting ways to die. TOME 4 does quite a few things differently, though, and they may make it appeal to some who like old-school CRPGs but dislike some aspects of roguelike games.

  • Remains of the Day: Glassy-eyed

    Premium-Inhalt. Google thinks the future of technology is only a little better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick, while the company's CEO says Apple fronting on Android is just that--a front. And Apple holds the keys to the kingdom, where the kingdom equals "your data on iCloud." The remainders for Wednesday, April 4, 2012 are the keymaster--are you the gatekeeper?

  • Masters golf tournament gets into the swing of things on iOS

    Premium-Inhalt. From the green jacket bestowed on the winner to tournament officials' insistence on referring to spectators as "patrons," The Masters golf tournament is one of the most tradition-bound sporting events in the U.S. But that hasn't stopped the tournament's organizers from embracing the iOS platform. And this year is no exception.

  • Remains of the Day: Filthy lucre

    Premium-Inhalt. iOS apps are raking in money hand-over-fist; meanwhile, Apple may be willing to go to court to protect its share of ebook sales. And if new iPads don't play nicely with Wi-Fi, they'll be sent home to think about what they've done. The remainders for Thursday, April 5, 2012 regret nothing.

  • RIM Should Attack Apple, and Partner in the Enterprise

    Premium-Inhalt. Last week . Now that , I think we can conclude that the plans RIM's leaders have devised are exactly 180 degrees from what they should be doing.

  • Fighting security threats: May the force be with you

    Premium-Inhalt. As enterprises put in place more advanced security software, IT savvy attackers are finding ever more loopholes in the systems for their nefarious activities.

  • Intel ships SSDs that help laptops boot faster

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel has started shipping a new series of small-capacity solid-state drives (SSDs) that can be used in laptops to reduce boot times and load applications more quickly.

  • Tech chief says JOBS Act 'renews faith' in Washington

    Premium-Inhalt. WASHINGTON -- When Tim Miller, the CEO of Rally Software, received an invite to attend the White House signing of the JOBS Act, his first reaction was to say "no."

  • Batter Up: The best ways to watch baseball on your digital devices

    Premium-Inhalt. The 2012 Major League Baseball season is now under way, and tech-savvy fans have more ways than ever to stream high-quality video and audio at their command, whether it’s pulling out your iPad on the train home, checking your Android phone at the gym, or using your Xbox 360 for more than just late-night Skyrim.

  • HP LaserJet Pro 400 Color Printer M451dn: Great Output, Pricey Toner

    Premium-Inhalt. The $500 (as of April 2, 2012) HP LaserJet Pro 400 M451dn produces extremely nice output--including photos--and is very speedy for a model in this price range. It also has an automatic duplexer, a feature missing from the $450 that we recently reviewed. It sounds great--until you examine the toner costs, which are steep for a relatively high-volume printer.

  • Facebook selects NASDAQ for listing, report says

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook will list its stock on the NASDAQ stock exchange following what some observers say is he most anticipated IPO in a decade, according to a report today in the .

  • Why 'Ultrabook' Doesn't Mean Much

    Premium-Inhalt. If I use the term "," you picture a very particular kind of laptop, don't you? It's super thin, sleek, and light. It's small enough to fit in a small shoulder bag or large purse...something very much like the . This is the image Intel has tried to cultivate for its Ultrabook brand. If you go to Intel's own , you see a rendered faux-laptop that could almost be mistaken for Apple's. What about a 15.6-inch laptop that weighs as much as a Macbook Air, iPad, and smartphone combined? Would you call that an Ultrabook? Intel would.

  • You're Spending Less on Tech

    Premium-Inhalt. Trying to cut tech-related expenses? You're not alone. The average U.S. household spent $961 on consumer electronics over the past 12 months, down more than $200 from last year, according to a new Consumer Electronics Association .

  • Build a Story Out of Your Web Wanderings With Storify

    Premium-Inhalt. Take a dash of Tumblr, and mix in a cup of Pinterest. Sprinkle it with Facebook and top it off with Twitter, and you'd have Storify, a social media curation service that's a whole lot easier to use than it is to describe.

  • Cloud Computing Done the Netflix Way

    Premium-Inhalt. I serve as the co-chairman of the , based in Silicon Valley. Thanks to our location, we are able to call upon an array of innovative and interesting speakers and attract a sophisticated, knowledgeable audience.

  • MySQL now has two user conferences

    Premium-Inhalt. At one point last year, it looked as if the popular open-source MySQL database was in danger of having no user conference. Now it has two.

  • OpenStack development finds big growing pains

    Premium-Inhalt. It's been an interesting past few weeks for OpenStack.

  • Report: IBM, Red Hat to join OpenStack

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM and Red Hat could soon be joining the ranks of OpenStack supporters, giving the cloud project a big boost.

  • Pertino nabs $8.85M venture funding round

    Premium-Inhalt. Cloud networking startup Pertino Networks announced this week that it has finalized a Series A round of funding in cooperation with Norwest Venture Partners and Lightspeed Venture Partners.

  • Feminist group pushes Facebook to appoint female board member

    Premium-Inhalt. The online feminist group Ultraviolet launched a on Thursday demanding that Facebook appoint a woman to its all-male board before it becomes a publicly traded company.

  • Microsoft's Patch Tuesday will address exploits in Office 2010, IE9

    Premium-Inhalt. Four of the six bulletins will release on next week's Patch Tuesday are rated "critical" and will address vulnerabilities in everything from 7 and Office 2010 to the .NET framework and Internet Explorer 9.

  • Cisco Linksys routers bring the cloud home

    Premium-Inhalt. has rolled out a new line of home routers that embed application intelligence for managing devices connected to the home network.

  • Federal IT pros look at BYOD security, management concerns

    Premium-Inhalt. WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Like their counterparts in the private sector, information technology managers in the federal government are actively debating whether their agencies should move to a "bring your own device" (BYOD) policy, allowing employee-owned mobile and tablets devices to be used for work.

  • Lawsuit over missing iPhone magically disappears

    Premium-Inhalt. It would seem the missing prototype wasn't "priceless," after all. has apparently reached an out-of-court settlement to keep a San Francisco man from suing the company over what his attorney -- and virtually everyone else -- called an "outrageous" warrantless search of the man's home, car and computer last summer by two Apple employees accompanied by four city police officers.

  • Instagram release illustrates why developers pick iOS over Android

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this week, --the beloved iPhone app for snapping, filtering, and sharing photographs--, nearly a year and half after the iPhone app's initial release. Until that time, folks using Android phones could only look on longingly as their iPhone-wielding friends snapped and shared photos on the growing network, which topped 30 million members before making the leap to Android.

  • Organize Photos Fast With PicaJet FX

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're like me, you have oodles of digital images, sorted vaguely by date or (if you're lucky) description. Using any database system to sort and label all of your images is a daunting process: After all, you have to not dread using it for it to be worthwhile. Fortunately, the $60 PicaJet FX can create as many category folders, subfolders, and folders within your subfolders as you want. One of the best features of PicaJet FX is that there are no limitations to the levels in which you can bury your images. And PicaJet can place the same image into multiply folders, making the family vacation images easy to find by person, location, date, or any other categories you add.

  • Samsung Says No 3D in Galaxy S III

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung wants to make one thing very clear about its upcoming Galaxy S III smartphone: it won't have a 3D display--thank goodness!

  • Microsoft slates critical Windows, Office, IE patches next week, including 'head-scratcher'

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today said it would issue six security updates next week, four of them critical, to patch 11 bugs in Windows, Internet Explorer, Office, SQL Server and its virtual private networking platform.

  • Working at Starbucks? Lock Down Your Data with HotSpot Shield

    Premium-Inhalt. Think that coffee-shop Wi-Fi hotspot is secure? Think again. Most public hotspots, including those at airports, hotels, and even Starbucks, aren't secure at all. In fact, when your laptop connects to one of these networks, it’s easy pickings for hackers -- even if you have a firewall installed.

  • Eurocom packs eight-core Intel Xeon E5 chip into laptop

    Premium-Inhalt. PC maker Eurocom has crammed some of the latest server technologies, including an eight-core Intel Xeon processor, into a laptop that the company calls a "mobile server."

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