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  • Startschuss für ARD/ZDF-Videoportal "Germany's Gold"

    Kritik von Privaten

    Das öffentlich-rechtliche Videoportal "Germany's Gold" soll frühestens Ende des Jahres seinen Betrieb aufnehmen. …mehr

  • WLAN-Router der Telekom offen wie ein Scheunentor

    Speedport W 921V

    WLAN-Router der Deutschen Telekom haben einem Medienbericht zufolge eine bislang unbekannte gefährliche Hintertür. …mehr

  • Dämpfer für Patentverwerter IPCom

    EPO erklärt Patent für ungültig

    Der deutsche Patentverwerter IPCom hat in seinem Dauerstreit mit Nokia und HTC einen Dämpfer vom Europäischen Patentamt bekommen. …mehr

  • SAP verbessert Quartalsgewinn um zehn Prozent

    Update

    Der Softwareriese SAP freut sich weiter über brummende Geschäfte. …mehr

  • Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 ab morgen in Deutschland erhältlich

    Quadcopter

    Die "AR.Drone 2.0" von Parrot ist ab morgen.in Deutschland erhältlich. Der Quadcopter kostet knapp 300 Euro.  …mehr

  • Entwicklerkonferenz WWDC vom 11. bis 15. Juni 2012

    Apple

    Apple hat endlich den Termin für seine diesjährige Entwicklerkonferenz mitgeteilt.  …mehr

  • Hotmail bietet neue Funktionen gegen "Greymail"

    Microsoft

    Microsoft hat in seinen Webmail-Dienst "Hotmail" neuen Funktionen eingebaut, die Nutzern den Umgang mit sogenannter Greymail erleichtern sollen.  …mehr

  • App-Kauf nur noch mit Windows Phone 7.5 Mango möglich

    Windows Marketplace

    Microsoft nimmt Änderungen an seiner Download-Plattform Windows Marketplace vor: Künftig können nur noch Nutzer von Smartphones mit der aktuellen Betriebssystemversion Windows Phone 7.5 Mango Apps oder Spiele aus dem Windows Marketplace kaufen. …mehr

  • Wirkaufens bedient auch Unternehmen

    Re-Commerce

    Die in Berlin und Frankfurt/Oder ansässige Firma Wirkaufens hat sich auf den Rückkauf gebrauchter Elektronik (Handys, Notebooks etc.) spezialisiert - auch von Firmenkunden.  …mehr

  • SAP im ersten Quartal mit Überschuss unter Erwartungen

    Jahresprognose bestätigt

    Europas größter Softwareanbieter SAP hat im ersten Quartal die Gewinnerwartungen enttäuscht. …mehr

  • Ericsson mit Umsatzrückgang

    Gewinn steigt dank Großverkauf

    Der weltgrößte Mobilfunkausrüster Ericsson hat im ersten Quartal einen Umsatzrückgang verzeichnet. …mehr

  • Internet-Riese startet Online-Speicher

    Google Drive ist da

    Google arbeitet an seiner Vision: Computernutzer sollen ihr digitales Leben komplett im Netz verbringen können. …mehr

  • Facebook-IPO möglicherweise erst im Juni

    CNBC

    Der Mega-Börsengang von Facebook wurde zuletzt für die zweite Mai-Hälfte erwartet, doch laut einem neuen Bericht könnte es länger dauern. …mehr

  • Apple ist nicht zu stoppen

    35 Millionen iPhones verkauft

    Apple hat es wieder geschafft: Der Konzern hat in den vergangenen drei Monaten trotz mancher Unkenrufe glänzende Geschäfte gemacht. Vor allem das iPhone ist weiter gefragt und bleibt eine Geldmaschine.  …mehr

  • Clevere Outlook-Tipps für jeden Fall

    Mail-Tuning

    Filtern Sie Spam aus, schützen Sie Ihr Postfach per Passwort oder ersparen Sie sich dank Regeln die Sortierarbeit - in Microsoft Outlook stecken viele praktische Funktionen. Die folgenden 20 sollten Sie kennen. …mehr

  • Java-Entwickler sind gefragt

    Freiberufler

    Binnen der vergangenen zwölf Monate zählte das Projektportal Gulp 63.000 Anfragen für Softwareentwickler. Damit werden in jeder dritten Anfrage Programmierer gesucht.  …mehr

  • Migration auf Windows 7

    Teil 2 - Die Folgen für Lizenzen

    Auch lizenzrechtlich hat sich von XP zu Windows 7 einiges getan. Falsche Entscheidungen können für Unternehmen teure Folgen haben.  …mehr

  • Raus aus dem Home Office, rein in den Coworking Space

    Arbeitstrend bei Freelancern

    Eine neue Arbeitsform erobert die Freiberuflerwelt - Coworking. Ein Blick in das Combinat 56 in München zeigt aber, dass dahinter nicht nur Arbeit steckt.  …mehr

  • Sind private Clouds sicherer?

    Public Cloud vs. Private Cloud

    Weil Anwender Public-Cloud-Angeboten oft noch misstrauen, suchen sie Sicherheit in einer Private oder Corporate Cloud oder kombinieren beide Cloud-Varianten. …mehr

  • Pebble - E-Paper Watch für iPhone und Android

    Gadget des Tages

    Die Pebble-Smartwatch bietet einen E-Ink-Display, Apps und fungiert zudem als verlängerter Arm von Apple- und Android-Smartphones. …mehr

  • Wunderwaffe Near Field Communication

    Mit NFC sicher und mobil bezahlen

    Ein NFC-Tag speichert nur wenige KB - doch das genügt, um gleich mehrere Industrien in Goldgräberstimmung zu versetzen. Wir zeigen, was das Hype-Thema neben Bezahlverfahren noch zu bieten hat. …mehr

  • Der Weg aus dem Burnout

    Erfahrungsbericht eines CIOs

    Hannes Wöhren war sechs Monate wegen Burnout in Behandlung - ohne Krankschreibung. Um nicht erneut in den chronischen Erschöpfungszustand zu rutschen, hat sich der IT-Chef eines Ingenieurbüros strenge Smartphone-Disziplin verordnet und seinen Arbeitsalltag umgestaltet.  …mehr

  • Management-Qualität bei Fusionen

    Was passiert mit der Top-Führungsebene?

    Was auf der obersten Hierarchieebene zu beachten ist, damit eine Unternehmensübernahme erfolgreich verläuft, beschreibt Dr. Georg Kraus.  …mehr

  • Baidu Q1 profit soars by 76 percent

    Premium-Inhalt. Baidu, China's largest search engine, saw its first-quarter net profit increase by 75.9 percent year over year, mainly on account of an increase in its small and medium enterprise customers.

  • Google Starts Selling Phones Again, Tablets Appear to Be Next

    Premium-Inhalt. Some two years after Google online on its own, the company will try once more. Google Tuesday added a section to Google Play--the first device to appear is Samsung's Galaxy Nexus.

  • Apple executives speak: On toaster-fridges, financial guidance, and lawsuits

    Premium-Inhalt.

  • Sourcemap Traces Where Your Stuff Is Made, Can't Trace the Internet

    Premium-Inhalt. Ever picked up a jar of Nutella and wondered how far its contents travelled to make such a delicious spread? Or do you really know how many different countries that you laptop's parts came from? Or perhaps you want to know what your banana's carbon footprint is? Mapping website will give you the answers to both of these queries, in an interesting and visual form.

  • Remains of the Day: Courting disaster

    Premium-Inhalt. One Chinese company will gladly trade a trademark for large bags of cash; meanwhile Apple gives Motorola Mobility the raspberry (legally); and iPhoto '12 may touch our hearts later this year. The remainders for Tuesday, April 24, 2012 are a travesty of a mockery of a sham of a mockery of a travesty of two mockeries of a sham.

  • CFOs 'vindicated' on cautious approach to investment

    Premium-Inhalt. Britain's chief financial officers are likely to feel vindicated on Wednesday for their caution in holding back on investing in the UK ahead of gaining a clearer picture of what the economy has in store as the UK economy faces a double dip

  • Which Linux Distro Is Fairest of Them All? Ubuntu, Survey Says

    Premium-Inhalt. With so many to choose from, beauty tends to be in the eye of the beholder, as they say, when it comes to deciding which are the best ones.

  • Remains of the Day: Pinch to zoom zoom

    Premium-Inhalt. A legendary maker of sports cars. A legendary maker of technology. Put them together and what do you get? Well, nothing really--yet! Elsewhere, John Browett is on the clock and Sprint is all about breaking limits. Not unlike Bradley Cooper, the remainders for Wednesday, April 25, 2012 are truly limitless.

  • White House threatens veto of CISPA bill

    Premium-Inhalt. The White House today threatened a veto of the controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) if the bill reaches President Obama's desk in its present form.

  • Cloud computing adoption remains slow among AP manufacturers

    Premium-Inhalt. Cloud computing is still at a nascent stage among manufacturing companies in the Asia Pacific region, according to a study by research firm IDC Manufacturing Insights.

  • China resistant to adopting sustainable policies

    Premium-Inhalt. Businesses in China plan to reduce carbon emissions but are resistant to adopting more sustainable policies, according to research carried out by China's Tsinghua University Media Survey Lab on behalf of Alcatel-Lucent.

  • Replace iDisk with your own net disk

    Premium-Inhalt. The convenience of MobileMe’s was having Internet-based storage that appeared like a mounted volume in the Finder. You could mount it, transfer items to it, and access it from anywhere. It had the appeal of without the hassle. , MobileMe and iDisk disappear for good on June 30, 2012. While iDisk was never the solution that most of us loved, it was useful, and you may be looking for a replacement.

  • TechHive: Hands on with Dropbox's new sharing features

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite many competitors, is the de facto standard for syncing files across one's own computers and sharing them with others. extend Dropbox's reach substantially by making it possible to create a public, revokable link to any file or folder in a Dropbox sync folder. Previously, only items in a special Public folder could be shared, and the links couldn't be canceled; the item had to be moved out of the folder.

  • MSI GT70, GT60 Gaming Laptops Pack Ivy Bridge Chips, Color Keyboards

    Premium-Inhalt. MSI this week unveiled two of the first laptops available to sport Intel's new third-generation : The 15.6-inch GT60 and 17.3-inch GT70 gaming laptops.

  • Welcome to the TechHive Beta Blog!

    Premium-Inhalt. This summer we'll be launching an entirely new website, TechHive. This is not that site. At least, not yet. The TechHive Beta Blog is a small preview of what's to come.

  • Apple is Headed for a Fall, Says Forrester CEO

    Premium-Inhalt. Never mind the announced Tuesday. Apple's best days are behind it.

  • California to develop mobile privacy guidelines

    Premium-Inhalt. The state of California will issue a set of best practices for mobile app developers this summer, responding to concerns that have emerged nationwide about smartphone use and privacy.

  • Free Tools to Wipe Your Drives Securely

    Premium-Inhalt. Your PC's hard drive is packed with your personal data. So when you want to get rid of your system or drive, you should permanently erase your storage device drives before you get rid of them. If your drives are encrypted and you trust the encryption protocol (full disk encryption is pretty safe), all you have to do is delete your encryption keys. If you want to safeguard your privacy further--and prevent data theft down the road--here are a few cheap and simple tools designed to wipe your hard drive, solid-state drive, or USB flash drive thoroughly before you dispose of it.

  • CTIA 2012 preview: Expect lots of spectrum talk

    Premium-Inhalt. In case you haven't heard yet, the nation's wireless carriers want more spectrum.

  • VMware source code stolen, impact unclear

    Premium-Inhalt. VMware ESX source code has been stolen and posted online, but the company says its platform doesn't necessarily pose an increased risk to customers.

  • Enterasys to demo mobile management software for BYOD

    Premium-Inhalt. Enterasys plans to display at next month an appliance for mobile device management (), spurred by the bring-your-own-device () phenomenon at the workplace.

  • iPhone drives first-quarter wireless growth for carriers

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPhone has become a big business for Apple, with the and taking in $22.69 billion in iPhone revenue over the last three months. But it's also bringing in new customers for the wireless carriers that have partnered with Apple to offer the iPhone.

  • Small firm takes on Apple, Google, over voice patent

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple, Google, Microsoft and all major smartphone vendors were slapped with a lawsuit Wednesday by Potter Voice Technologies, an obscure Colorado company that claims they are infringing its patent on natural-language voice control of a computer.

  • VMware downplays leaks of source code

    Premium-Inhalt. Virtualization software vendor VMware today downplayed the seriousness of a source code leak involving the company's ESX hypervisor technology.

  • Privacy advocates slam Google Drive's privacy policies

    Premium-Inhalt. Privacy advocates voiced strong concerns today over how data stored on Google Drive may be used during and after customers are actively engaged in using the cloud service.

  • What You Need to Know About Storing Your Content on Google Drive, Dropbox

    Premium-Inhalt. Before you choose to store your content in the cloud, you might want to peruse the terms of the service agreement you're forced to rubber stamp, as painful as that might be.

  • Sprint: Data Stays Unlimited, Even for a 4G LTE iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint plans to keep the unlimited data coming on Apple's next iPhone, even if it supports 4G LTE.

  • Google Drive for Linux Is on the Way

    Premium-Inhalt. The launch has been one of the big announcements of the week, but it was a fairly unequivocal disappointment for one vocal category of users: are justifiably miffed that the new cloud storage service doesn't support the free and open source operating system.

  • Salesforce.com Hypes Social Enterprise at Cloud Conference

    Premium-Inhalt. WASHINGTON -- To coincide with the , Salesforce.com brought its Cloudforce conference here to the nation's capital to trumpet the emergence of the social enterprise, which the company is touting as the next major evolution in business computing.

  • Facebook Teams Up With Security Vendors, Offers Free Antivirus Software

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook has partnered with several antivirus software companies to launch a special page devoted to keeping users safe on social networks. The new features tips, information on threats, a security quiz, and free antivirus software downloads.

  • The Problem with Google Drive

    Premium-Inhalt. Google Drive is here. On paper the Google cloud storage service like Dropbox, SkyDrive, and Box. However, there's one aspect of Google Drive that could force many users to shun Google in favor of the alternatives.

  • Adobe reveals sneak peek at new tools and future plans for Creative Cloud at CS6 launch

    Premium-Inhalt. At the launch of last night, Adobe revealed what's to come for users who sign up for its Creative Cloud software-and-services subscription offering.

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