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  • DV/Org. statt Dienstleister?


    Es tut sich etwas in deutschen IT-Abteilungen. Unabhängig davon, ob sie als (interner) Dienstleister, klassische IT-Abteilung oder Shared-Service-Center organisiert sind, stellen sie das Dienstleistungsparadigma in Frage. …mehr

  • Veränderungen lassen sich nicht verordnen


    Wer bei einem Firmenzusammenschluss die Mitarbeiter vernachlässigt, kann schnell scheitern. Drei mittelständische IT-Beratungshäuser haben ihre Fusion darum mit einem ausgetüftelten Change-Management begleitet.  …mehr

  • ZDF-Webseiten werden Tablet-tauglicher


    Das ZDF relauncht am Sonntag, 29. April 2012, seine drei Onlineportale ZDF.de (Programm), heute.de (Informationen) und ZDFsport.de (Sport).  …mehr

  • Samsung Galaxy S3 kommt als Exynos- und als Snapdragon-Variante

    Rätselraten um Smartphone-Ausstattung

    Apple lässt grüßen: Wenige Tage vor dem Next-Galaxy-Event von Samsung in London herrscht weiterhin Rätselraten um die wesentlichen Features des nächsten Smartphone-Flaggschiffs. …mehr

  • Vergleichstest - Kalibrierbare Monitore


    Qualitätsrichtlinien für Monitore bieten etwa die ISO-Normen 12646 und 3664. Hier kommen meist Monitore mit erweitertem Farbraum zum Einsatz, die sich per Software oder direkt über die Monitor-Hardware auf bestimmte Zielwerte (Weißpunkt, Gradation) kalibrieren lassen.  …mehr

    Von Oliver Krüth
  • NFC - Wer macht mit?

    Mpass, Paypass oder Google Wallet

    Mit NFC kontaktlos an allen Kassen zahlen - eine Vision, die viele Unternehmen teilen. Dazu verfolgen sie unterschiedliche Projekte und hoffen auf den entscheidenden Wettbewerbsvorteil. …mehr

    Von Matthias Sternkopf
  • In 12 Schritten zum Social-Media-Erfolg

    Gartner-Tipps für Social Media

    Social Media rüttelt vor allem an der Kommunikationskultur, der Hierarchie. 12 Tipps, wie Sie Social Media dennoch erfolgreich einführen.  …mehr

    Von Kolja Kröger
  • Netz-Werkzeuge für Anfänger und Profis

    TCPView, PTRG, The Dude, SmartSniff

    Ganz gleich, ob ein Anwender mit Windows, Mac OS X, Linux oder einem mobilen Betriebssystem wie Android arbeitet: Alle Systeme sind heute vernetzt. Unsere Tools helfen, das Netzwerk im Griff zu behalten. …mehr

  • 1 in 5 young drivers play Angry Birds, Draw Something on the road

    Premium-Inhalt. A new survey has revealed that one in five young drivers play or while driving, and more than 30 per cent admitted they check Facebook from behind the wheel.

  • TradeTech: Banks spending heavily on surveillance IT to keep ahead of regulation

    Premium-Inhalt. A sea change is taking place in stock trading, whereby many banks and brokerage firms are spending huge amounts of cash on technology and people to prevent rogue traders and keep ahead of regulatory demands, according to an expert in the field.

  • Traders warned of telcos’ role in latency problems

    Premium-Inhalt. The CTO of financial investment firm FGS Capital has warned that increases in latency may be occuring outside of organisations' four walls because of disruptions to their telecommunication providers' infrastructure.

  • Gobble Up Worlds in Your Browser With Tasty Planet

    Premium-Inhalt. Tasty Planet is one of the less abstract browser-based games in the ambient genre. This game is similar in spirit to , a popular title released for Playstation 2 in 2004. You begin your adventure as a small germ, and your goal is to eat everything that is smaller than you are while avoiding anything that is bigger. As the game goes on, you grow larger and larger, and go through several levels of eating progressively bigger things. You start off eating tiny bacteria, and end up devouring whole planets (and more). The game is available as a paid download for , and , but you can also play it in your browser for free on Kongregate.

  • Angry Birds Space Review: An Amazingly Fun, Innovative Take on the Familiar Game

    Premium-Inhalt. The Angry Birds franchise needs little introduction. What started as a simple physics-based game became a cultural phenomenon, replete with Angry Birds dolls, keychains, and other merchandise. Rovio has updated Angry Birds before, with the release of Angry Birds Seasons and Angry Birds Rio (a tie-in for the ), but while those updates introduced new levels and graphics, they kept the same basic gameplay and physics. With , Rovio is trying something truly new, creating a game that feels fresh, and even addictive.

  • Mob Tells iPhone Fans To 'Wake Up'

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung's displeasure with Apple can be around the world, in the mockery of iPhone users in its advertising and this week it spilled into the streets.

  • Google Posts FCC Report about Street View

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has made public a report of the Federal Communications Commission’s probe into the payload data its Street View cars had been collecting from unprotected Wi-Fi networks, reports the .

  • CISPA: 4 Viewpoints You Should Hear

    Premium-Inhalt. Citing its effort to better protect American infrastructure from foreign attacks, the U.S. House of Representatives in spite of worries that consumer data privacy will be compromised if the bill eventually becomes law.

  • Panasonic's Newest TV Prototype Is Big for Your Living Room

    Premium-Inhalt. Set your eyes to stun. Panasonic Japan just raised the game in the "mine is bigger than yours" battle by taking the wraps off its huge 145-inch 8k television, thus outdoing by a healthy margin.

  • Microsoft issues swift fix for Hotmail bug

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has fixed a flaw in Hotmail's password reset system that allowed hackers to take control of webmail accounts.

  • Struggling With Tablet Repair Complications

    Premium-Inhalt. I’m an American working for the U.S. government and assigned overseas in Italy. Around Thanksgiving, I bought an tablet from Overstock.com and had it sent to my FPO mailing address. When the tablet’s screen died a while later, I opened two Asus support tickets: one on the Italian site and one on the U.S. site (since I purchased the tablet from an American vendor). Asus in Italy merely asked, “Did you buy the tablet in Italy?” I wrote back and explained the situation, but never got a reply. An Asus rep in the United States told me that they could fix the tablet, but would return it only to a family member or friend in the United States, since the company does not ship to AFO or FPO addresses. This would add eight to ten weeks to the total turnaround time for the repair. Can you help?--Rick Shores, Rome, Italy

  • Alternatives to Google Maps for Webmasters and App Developers

    Premium-Inhalt. When Google announced last year that its service would no longer of charge to websites that consistently served more than 25,000 requests per day, website and service developers began looking for alternatives. We've put together a list of services that can help your business save money and improve your online map whether you exceed the Google Maps API limit or not.

  • Weekly Wrap: WWDC, Apple earnings, Adobe Creative, and more

    Premium-Inhalt. WWDC tickets came and went, we launched a brand new website, and Adobe unveiled Creative Suite 6. Those stories and more qualify for this week’s edition of the Weekly Wrap, in which we’ll highlight most significant stories from the week gone by.

  • Spec Ops: The Line Hands-On Preview

    Premium-Inhalt. After hearing nothing about the game since its original debut back at E3 2010, I was worried that Spec Ops: The Line had gone the way of many other MIA titles and been quietly cancelled. Thankfully, not only has it not been cancelled, developer Yager Development has been using the last two years to completely re-do the simple things in an effort to get this just right. After having gotten some hands-on time with the game at this year’s PAX East, I think it’s safe to say that Spec Ops: The Line is easily one of the most intriguing and different shooters in recent memory.

  • MIT's Glare-Free Glass Doesn't Fog Up, Cleans Itself

    Premium-Inhalt. MIT scientists have found a new way of surfacing glass in such a way that it --and that could mean glare-free screens!

  • Outsourcing Contracts and Negotiations Getting More Complex

    Premium-Inhalt. Given the maturation of the IT outsourcing market and the introduction of more standardized offerings like , you might assume that negotiating IT service deals is getting easier.

  • The Macalope Weekly: Always with the negative waves

    Premium-Inhalt. This week there were so many Apple contrarians oozing out of the woodwork that it was almost contrarian to say Apple would continue to succeed. Which makes sense when you consider that the company just posted results from another monster quarter, right?

  • U.K. Digital Economy Act provisions delayed

    Premium-Inhalt. Planned internet anti-piracy measures will be delayed until 2014 at the earliest after internet service providers (ISPs) mounted a partially successful legal challenge.

  • Mac Flashback flaw re-used by new malware campaign

    Premium-Inhalt. Malware criminals are on the hunt for Mac victims again, repurposing the Java-based vulnerability used by the Flashback bot to push a new drive-by web attack, .

  • I have seen the future (And it's made of glass)

    Premium-Inhalt. It's hard to think of glass as an area of rapid technology evolution. But it's one of the central technologies that will bring us incredible innovations over the next couple of years.

  • Does the iPad cannibalize Apple's laptops?

    Premium-Inhalt. Is Apple cutting the MacBook's throat with the iPad?

  • BT selects Equinix data centres to roll out proximity hosting service for traders

    Premium-Inhalt. Communications provider BT has revealed that it will use Equinix's data centres for the rollout of its cloud-based Radianz Venue service, which provides low-latency proximity hosting for traders around the world.

  • New SDK offers solution to Apple phasing out iOS UDID

    Premium-Inhalt. Adfonic's new SDK for iOS offers compatibility with alternatives to Apple's the UDID device identification system that Apple is rumoured to be phasing out.

  • Cheap tech allows start-up traders to enter financial market

    Premium-Inhalt. Reductions in the cost of technology have lowered the barrier to entry for start-ups who previously could not afford to trade on the financial markets, according to a panel of experts at TradeTech Europe this week.

  • Kindle Fire Dominates U.S. Android Tablet Sales

    Premium-Inhalt. Never underestimate the power of a cheap, well-marketed tablet like Amazon's Kindle Fire. According to Comscore, the Kindle Fire accounts for 54.4 percent of Android tablets sold in the United States.

  • Samsung WB150F: A Pocket Megazoom With Built-In Wi-Fi

    Premium-Inhalt. One of announced at this year's CES, the WB150F ($230 as of April 26, 2012) brings connected features into the realm of with an 18X-optical-zoom lens that ranges from 24mm wide-angle to 432mm telephoto. Unlike many Wi-Fi-enabled models that we've seen before, the WB150F is a versatile camera outside its wireless features, with full manual controls, a generous array of postshot filters and editing tools, and that long zoom lens to go complement its ability to upload photos and video to social-networking sites and email content directly from the camera.

  • Remains of the Day: Three-picture deal

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple gets ready to play let's-make-a-deal with Hollywood, knocks off an Android app, and gets sued for being too smart. The remainders for Friday, April 27, 2012 are going three for three.

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