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  • DOJ klagt gegen Apple und E-Book-Verlage

    Preisabsprachen

    Das US-Justizministerium (DOJ) hat Zivilklage gegen Apple und eine Reihe großer E-Book-Verlage wegen verbotener Preisabsprachen eingereicht.  …mehr

  • Google+ soll schöner werden

    Umfassendes Redesign

    Google gestaltet das User Interface (UI) und die User Experience (UX) seiner "Sozialen Ebene" Google+ neu.  …mehr

  • Apple arbeitet selbst an Gegenmittel für Flashback

    Trojaner und Botnetz

    Nachdem mehrere hunderttausend Macs von einem Trojaner infiziert wurden, verlässt sich Apple nicht auf Angebote von Antiviren-Anbietern und arbeitet an einer eigenen Lösung, um die befallenen Rechner zu säubern. …mehr

  • Yahoo!-Chef will Nutzer und Werbekunden ins Zentrum stellen

    Umbau

    Der schwächelnde Internet-Pionier Yahoo! wird wieder umgebaut. …mehr

  • Nokia verfehlt Gewinnziel

    Aktie bricht ein

    Nokia kann seine Smartphone-Offensive weiterhin nicht in gute Zahlen ummünzen. …mehr

  • Nokia stellte erstes Windows Phone mit NFC-Unterstützung vor

    Nokia Lumia 610 NFC

    Der finnische Anbieter Nokia hat auf der NFC-Messe WIMA in Monaco eine mit der Nahfunktechnik ausgestattete Version des Lumia 610 präsentiert.  …mehr

  • IBM-Server mit "eingebauter Expertise"

    PureSystems sollen die IT vereinfachen

    Unter dem Namen "PureSystems" kündigt IBM Komplettpakete aus Hardware und Software an, die sich über "Patterns of Expertise" besonders leicht für den Einsatzzweck konfigurieren lassen sollen. …mehr

  • Asus Transformer Pad 300 Series soll ab Mai erhältlich sein

    Abgespeckte Version des Transformer Prime

    Asus stellte das Transformer Pad 300 Series im Februar auf dem Mobile World Congress der Öffentlichkeit vor, jetzt ist es bei ersten Händlern aufgetaucht und angeblich schon in den nächsten Wochen verfügbar. …mehr

  • SAP will Nachfrage für Datenbank HANA fördern

    Finanzielle Anreize

    Europas größter Softwarehersteller SAP will die Nachfrage für seine In-Memory-Datenbank HANA mit finanziellen Anreizen ankurbeln. …mehr

  • Das iPad wird den Tablet-Markt noch auf Jahre beherrschen

    Gartner

    Das iPad ist auch zwei Jahre nach dem Start der unumstrittene Spitzenreiter im Tablet-Geschäft. …mehr

  • Für BI gibt es keine Strategie

    Studie - BI-Einsatz in Unternehmen

    Zwar steckt noch viel Potenzial in Business Intelligence und Corporate Performance Management, doch geben sich Anwender mit dem Erreichten weitgehend zufrieden, wie eine Studie von Steria Mummert zeigt.  …mehr

  • Kunden gewinnen mit wenig Geld

    Führungstipp für Selbständige

    Wer sich selbständig macht, braucht Kunden. Anfangs sind diese oft dünn gesät. Doch wie gewinnt man Kunden, ohne viel Geld in Werbung zu investieren?  …mehr

  • Epson Stylus SX435W im Test

    Tintenstrahl-Multifunktionsgerät

    Das Multifunktionsgerät Epson Stylus SX435W ist für zu Hause gedacht. Als Highlight bringt es WLAN mit. Der Test klopft ab, wie es sich im Alltag schlägt.  …mehr

  • ByoD - das passt für uns

    Was CIOs akut beschäftigt

    Sie bieten berechtigten Mitarbeitern nun auch iPhones als Enterprise-Smartphone an. Zudem öffnen Sie den Konzern sukzessive für die Nutzung privater Geräte - Stichwort: Bring your own Device (BYOD). Sind Android- und Apple-Geräte überhaupt unternehmenstauglich?  …mehr

  • Rechtsfolgen einer fehlerhaften Widerrufsbelehrung

    Wann die Frist ausläuft

    Achtung Internet-Shops: Unter bestimmten Umständen ist ein Widerruf auch noch nach zwei Jahren möglich, so ein Urteil.  …mehr

  • Ranking der ERP-Anbieter

    Microsoft hinten, Maxess vorn

    Maxess und Software4Production erzielen bei Benchpark die besten Bewertungen. Doch es gibt große Defizite bei Dokumentation und Support.  …mehr

  • Cloud Computing Skills Shortage Forces CIOs to Grow Their Own

    Premium-Inhalt. When Majestic Realty Co., a Los Angeles-based commercial real estate developer, moved to Microsoft's Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) for cloud-based email in early 2011, CIO Jon Grunzweig was shocked by the lack of technical support he found for BPOS in the marketplace.

  • Promising Prospect: ReSpaceApp brings Spaces to Lion

    Premium-Inhalt. Back when the , it marked the first time were built into a mainstream, consumer-oriented operating system. By , each with its own applications and windows, Spaces offered a new way to deal with all the clutter of multiple programs running on your Mac.

  • Google+ gets 'more functional, flexible' design

    Premium-Inhalt. Notice something different on your Google+ page today?

  • Toshiba's jumbo tablet, the Excite 13, garners early kudos, scorn

    Premium-Inhalt. The tablet market is already populated with dozens of different sizes and models, and many close in size to the highly popular iPad, with its 9.7-in. screen.

  • Mac security software sales jump after Flashback infections make news

    Premium-Inhalt. Sales of Mac security software have jumped since the news broke last week about a massive malware infection of Apple computers, according to application statistics and some antivirus vendors.

  • iMessage and instant messages deserve different apps

    Premium-Inhalt. It’s been almost two months since , the revamped version of iChat slated to arrive with Mountain Lion this summer. And, thanks to a lack of subsequent updates, I and at least a few of my colleagues have jumped ship back to our pre-Messages IM clients. Those who haven’t, well, I’ve noticed they seem to spend a lot of time cursing at Messages.

  • Philippine IT-BP industry hits 2011 targets, grows 24%

    Premium-Inhalt. The Philippine information technology and business process (IT-BP) industry ended 2011 with US$11 billion in revenues, or 24% higher than in 2010, and employed 638,000, or 22% more employees in the same period, according to the Business Processing Association of the Philippines (BPAP).

  • IBM unveils new line of integrated systems

    Premium-Inhalt. Anticipating a growing need for larger preconfigured systems, IBM has unveiled a new product line of integrated sets of IBM hardware and software, called PureSystems.

  • Nokia offers Lumia 900 exchange, credits as problem surfaces

    Premium-Inhalt. Nokia said it had discovered a memory management issue on Lumia 900 smartphones offered on AT&T's network, that in some cases could lead to a loss of data connectivity.

  • Intel offers support package for small businesses

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel on Tuesday announced a new suite called Small Business Advantage that takes advantage of specific features baked into the company's Core processors to maintain and secure PCs.

  • EFF heading to court to help recover Megaupload files

    Premium-Inhalt. The Electronic Frontier Foundation will head to court on Friday to push the federal government to establish a process that will enable law-abiding Megaupload users to get their files back.

  • Add Slide Shows to WordPress Sites With SlideDeck

    Premium-Inhalt. According to usability guru Jakob Nielsen, when someone visits your website, you have before they decide to move on. Having a fresh slide show lets you combine images, animations, and bold typography to catch a visitor's eye and get them to click deeper into your site. SlideDeck (starting at $79 for a single site) is a sophisticated WordPress plug-in that lets you create high-quality, customizable slide shows that can pull in content from all over the Web, including Google+ Images, Instagram photos, Twitter timelines, Vimeo videos, and much more.

  • Lawmakers ask how much LightSquared tests cost taxpayers

    Premium-Inhalt. Two U.S. lawmakers pressed a federal agency on Monday to say how much taxpayer money went into testing the proposed LightSquared network, a private 4G system that the FCC ultimately rejected because it would interfere with GPS.

  • Samsung eyes next generation of NAND to lower laptop cost

    Premium-Inhalt. A new type of NAND flash storage for consumer electronics that can store data more densely might lower the cost of devices such as tablets and thin "ultrabook" laptops, according to Samsung.

  • Remains of the Day: Chasing the clouds away

    Premium-Inhalt. The forecast for the next version of iTunes is cloudy; Apple's got stormy weather ahead in court; and Nokia and Microsoft could really use a ray of sunshine about now. The remainders for Wednesday, April 11, 2012 are no snow job.

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0) review: A nice price, but where's the 'wow'?

    Premium-Inhalt. Android devices -- both and -- are getting increasingly affordable. With its new tablet, which goes on sale on April 22nd for $250, Samsung is obviously hoping to claim its piece of the budget-price pie.

  • Samsung to ship Galaxy Tab 2 tablets in US starting April 22

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung will ship its next-generation Galaxy Tab 2 tablets in the U.S. starting on April 22, with 7-inch model coming first, and the 10.1-inch model with a larger screen shipping on May 13.

  • Lenovo gains over Dell as world's second-largest PC maker

    Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo extended its lead over Dell as the world's second-largest PC maker, but it is too early to say whether the Chinese manufacturer eventually will top Hewlett-Packard to become the top PC vendor, IDC said on Wednesday.

  • Google's Project Glass Made Real in a DIY Augmented Reality Project

    Premium-Inhalt. Last week, Google showed off the best vision for the future of augmented reality that we've seen with its . As incredible as the video was, it was still just a concept video, so I mostly wrote it off as pipe-dream technology that's still years away from feasibility.

  • WordPress leads the blogging platform pack

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite a growing list of alternatives, WordPress continues to be the most popular blogging platform among the world's most popular blogs, a study has found.

  • Amazon Will Now Buy Your CDs

    Premium-Inhalt. For an easy way to trade-in old tech gear, it's hard to beat online services that offer cash or store credit for your unused phones, PCs, music players, video games, and DVDs. A variety of big-name sites, including Best Buy, eBay, and Gazelle, accept trade-ins.

  • Acer's Timeline M3: Could've Been a Contender

    Premium-Inhalt. The Acer Timeline M3 is a study in polar opposites. Its thin, elegant chassis and superb performance for its class suggest that the M3 might be a true category leader, but an painfully poor LCD panel prevents the Acer from achieving that goal.

  • Dell's buying frenzy might not be over yet

    Premium-Inhalt. While Dell's recent string of new acquisitions probably won't continue at the same breakneck pace that has been seen over the past several weeks, experts agree that the company is in the midst of a major strategic shift.

  • Lumia 900 materials cost $209, point to low-cost approach by Nokia, Microsoft

    Premium-Inhalt. The materials used to build the Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone cost $209 -- well above AT&T's price for the phone of $100 with a two-year contract, but just 46% of Lumia's $450 retail price with no contract.

  • HP Z1 Workstation Review: Pretty, Powerful, and Pricey, but Not Perfect

    Premium-Inhalt. The new HP Z1 Workstation is the most attractive, most powerful, and most expensive I've ever seen. And that isn't an exaggeration: This all-in-one workstation, , has a gorgeous 27-inch edge-to-edge glass screen, packs desktop-class components, and will set you back a cool $5673 (as configured, and as of April 10, 2012).

  • Kodak Hero 3.1 All-in-One Printer Review: Bargain Price, Cheap Ink, Great Photos

    Premium-Inhalt. The Kodak Hero 3.1 offers a lot of bang for the buck. At only $100 (as of April 2, 2012) this copying/printing/scanning device produces exceptionally nice photos, and its inexpensive inks make it cheaper to operate than other MFPs in its price range. Kodak also provides some elegant software, though it suffered from a glitch in our testing.

  • Nook Touch with Front-Lit Display May Be Coming Soon

    Premium-Inhalt. Barnes & Noble's next Nook eReader may solve the problem of reading in the dark (or rather, not) on an e-ink screen.

  • Do You Leave Your PC Running All Night? Put it to Sleep and Save Cash

    Premium-Inhalt. When it's time to turn in for the night, what do you do with your PC? Turn it off? Leave it running? Put it in standby (a.k.a. sleep) mode?

  • Yammer buys OneDrum for Office collaboration tools

    Premium-Inhalt. Enterprise social networking vendor Yammer said Wednesday it has purchased OneDrum, maker of software that allows users to work on Microsoft Office documents and other files collaboratively. Terms were not disclosed.

  • DOJ's antitrust case may have huge implications for publishing

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Department of Justice's antitrust lawsuit against Apple and five book publishers over alleged e-book price fixing means that the publishers have to reinvent their digital futures, some experts said.

  • Lenovo C325 Review: An Unimpressive All-in-One, All Around

    Premium-Inhalt. It's always nice when PC makers cram above-average components into budget-friendly, space-saving, energy-efficient machines. This is not one of those machines, however. The Lenovo C325 costs just $499 (as of April 10, 2012), but this is definitely a case of "you get what you pay for."

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