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  • Karriereratgeber 2012 - Jörg Bolender, Atos

    Internationale Beraterjobs

    Vom 3. bis 16. Mai 2012 beantwortet der Recruiting-Director vom IT-Dienstleister Atos, Jörg Bolender, Fragen zu Karriereperspektiven in einem internationalen IT-Beratungshaus. …mehr

  • Hacker legen Website von britischer Polizeibehörde lahm

    DDoS-Attacke auf Soca

    Die Website der britischen Polizeibehörde zur Bekämpfung des organisierten Verbrechens (Soca) ist durch einen Hackerangriff lahmgelegt worden. Man habe die Internet-Präsenz nach einer sogenannten DDoS-Attacke am späten Mittwochabend vom Netz genommen, sagte ein Polizeisprecher am Donnerstag in London.  …mehr

  • Facebook brachte Proteste in Arabien auf die Straße

    re:publica

    Die Bezeichnung "Facebook-Revolution" für die Proteste in der arabischen Welt halten Forscher zwar für übertrieben. Doch Studien bestätigen, dass Online-Dienste ein zentrale Rolle beim "arabischen Frühling" spielten. …mehr

  • Oracle stellt Backup-Appliance vor

    Sun ZFS Backup Appliance

    Nachdem letzte Woche die Appliance „Sun ZFS Storage“ angekündigt wurde, folgt jetzt die „Sun ZFS Backup“. …mehr

  • Sony bringt günstiges Mini-Ultrabook

    Sony Vaio-T-Serie

    Jeder große Notebook-Hersteller will auf dem Ultrabook-Markt mitmischen. Mit gleich drei neuen Modellen steigt Sony in den Ring. …mehr

  • Nokia verklagt HTC, RIM und Viewsonic

    Patentstreit-Offensive

    Der finnische Handyhersteller Nokia hat eine neue Front im erbitterten Patentkrieg eröffnet, die derzeit in der Mobilfunk-Branche tobt.  …mehr

  • Bloggerkonferenz fragt nach Privatbesitz von Facebook und Co.

    re:publica

    Wem gehört das Netz? Die Bloggerkonferenz re:publica beschäftigte sich mit kritischen Fragen zu privaten Eigentumsverhältnissen öffentlich genutzter Internet-Plattformen.  …mehr

  • Telekom bietet Geschäftskunden neue Roaming-Optionen

    Mit Inklusiv-Datenvolumen

    Mit Roaming Europe und Roaming Global bietet die Deutsche Telekom für Geschäftskunden zwei neue Tarifoptionen an. Diese bieten sich für Unternehmen an, deren Mitarbeiter auch im Ausland unterwegs sind.  …mehr

  • Griffin SmartTalk Solar - Freisprechanlage mit Draht zur Sonne

    Gadget des Tages

    Der US-amerikanische Gadget-Hersteller Griffin hat mit dem SmartTalk Solar eine neue Bluetooth-Freisprechanlage im Angebot, die sich bei Strommangel mit Sonnenenergie auftankt. …mehr

  • Smartphones übertrumpfen Handys

    Einfache Mobiltelefone kaum mehr gefragt

    Nach Schätzungen der Gesellschaft für Unterhaltungs- und Kommunikationselektronik (gfu) werden 2012 hierzulande über 18 Millionen Smartphones verkauft werden - mehr als doppelt so viele Geräte wie einfache Mobiltelefone.  …mehr

  • Microsoft will Apple und Google ausstechen

    SkyDrive

    Microsoft will nach dem jüngsten Update seines Cloud-Angebots mit SkyDrive für private Nutzer durchstarten. "Wir haben in der vergangenen Woche wichtige Fortschritte gemacht", sagte Dharmesh Mehta, Microsoft Manager für Windows und Windows Live, der Nachrichtenagentur dpa. …mehr

  • Erste Drive-by-Malware für Android entdeckt

    NotCompatible

    Erfolg ist gefährlich: Nach verschiedenen anderen Bedrohungen hat nun offenbar die Welle der Drive-by-Downloads Android erreicht.  …mehr

  • Neuer "CeBIT Innovation Award"

    Für Benutzer-Interaktion und Usability

    Im Rahmen der CeBIT will das Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung zusammen mit der Deutschen Messe AG 2013 erstmals den "CeBIT Innovation Award" vergeben.  …mehr

  • Infineon hebt Jahresprognose an

    Autoindustrie als Motor

    Der Halbleiterspezialist Infineon hat die Talsohle schneller durchschritten als erwartet. Nach einem ordentlichen zweiten Quartal hob der Chiphersteller seine Umsatz- und Gewinnprognose für das gesamte Geschäftsjahr leicht an.  …mehr

  • Bessere Multimedia-App für iPads

    BuzzPlayer HD für iPad

    Obwohl sich das iPad ideal für die Filmwiedergabe eignet, zickt es bei zahlreichen Formaten oder dem Zugriff auf UPnP-Freigaben. Die App BuzzPlayer HD behebt diesen Nachteil.  …mehr

  • Friedrich für stärkere internationale Kooperation

    Cyber-Sicherheit

    Wirtschaftsspionage, Hackerangriffe oder gezielte Attacken gegen Regierungsnetze: Die weltweite Vernetzung über das Internet birgt auch Gefahren. Innenminister Friedrich pocht auf eine stärkere Kooperation zwischen den Staaten, um Angriffe abzuwehren.  …mehr

  • Blue Card soll IT-Profis anlocken

    Fachkräftemangel

    Mit der "Blue Card" hat die Berliner Koalition die Zuwanderung von Facharbeitern und Akademikern aus dem Nicht-EU-Ausland neu geregelt und die Gehaltsschwelle für IT-Profis deutlich abgesenkt.  …mehr

  • Mit UC & Collaboration zum Erfolg

    Unified Communications meets CRM

    Wer Geschäfts- und Kommunikationsanwendungen verzahnt, schafft durchgängige Prozesse. Der Schlüssel dazu ist Unified Communications.  …mehr

  • Streit um erfolgsabhängigen Vergütungsanteil

    Kein Schadensersatz wegen Gehaltseinbuße

    Nicht immer muss der Arbeitgeber dafür sorgen, dass der erfolgsabhängige Gehaltsanteil eines Mitarbeiters unverändert bleibt.  …mehr

  • For the first time, hacked websites deliver Android malware

    Premium-Inhalt. Analysts with Lookout Mobile Security have found websites that have been hacked to deliver malicious software to devices running Android, an apparent new attack vector crafted for the mobile operating system.

  • Gartner: Multi-device wireless plans on the way

    Premium-Inhalt. The days of having to pay for two separate data plans for your smartphone and tablet may soon be at an end, says Gartner analyst Hughes De La Vergne.

  • Apple's Scott Forstall cashes in $38.7 million shares

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's senior vice president for iOS software Scott Forstall just cashed in a load of Apple shares to the tune of $38.7 million.

  • Jury may be deadlocked in Oracle-Google trial

    Premium-Inhalt. The jury may have reached a deadlock in the copyright phase of Oracle’s intellectual property lawsuit against Google, although the judge cautioned against jumping to any conclusions.

  • Yahoo CEO's resume overstated his technology background

    Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo acknowledged on Thursday that its new CEO, Scott Thompson, does not hold a degree in "accounting and computer science" as his resume and the company's financial filings claimed, and instead majored only in accounting.

  • Samsung's Galaxy S III: Four things to know

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung executives today claimed that their new Galaxy S III was "enhanced with nature and human emotion." While we can't exactly verify that claim, we can take a look at some of the specifications and features on Samsung's latest smartphone.

  • Samsung launches Galaxy S III with voice and face recognition

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung on Thursday unveiled a larger Galaxy S III smartphone in London, and said the phone would be sold in the U.S. this summer after launching in Europe on May 29.

  • Samsung launches the Galaxy S III smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Electronics has launched the Galaxy S III, which comes with a quad-core processor, a bigger screen and a host of software features, including voice recognition, the company said at an event in London on Thursday.

  • Facebook's valuation for IPO will be lower than initially expected

    Premium-Inhalt.

  • VMware ups its collaboration offering with Lithium integration

    Premium-Inhalt. VMware Thursday announced that its SocialCast sharing tool will now work with Lithium Technologies tools to capture and integrate external customer data.

  • Bloggers plead for Windows Live Writer's life

    Premium-Inhalt. A Windows developer, upset at the likely demise of Windows Live Writer as part of Microsoft's move to retire the Live brand, has launched an online petition drive to save the tool.

  • Free rtpMIDI Lets You Play Beautiful Music With Your iDevice and PC

    Premium-Inhalt. Tobias Erichsen's rtpMIDI brings networked MIDI to the PC. MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a longstanding protocol for digitally transmitting musical information such as notes, the velocity with which a key or drum was hit, and much more. You might also recognize the name from those files used for ring tones in cell phones--just one of the myriad of uses for the protocol.

  • Move the Landscape to Conquer Pseudo-Platformer Continuity

    Premium-Inhalt. Continuity is a free puzzle game that pretends to be a platformer. Like most side-scrolling platform games, you control a character that runs across the screen, jumps to climb and avoid obstacles, and must make its way to the end of the level. Unlike any other platformer I know, you must shuffle the level itself to get to the end.

  • Lawyers for Oracle and Google tussle over Android profits

    Premium-Inhalt. Lawyers for Oracle and Google tussled before the judge Thursday over how much money Google made from Android, a question that will affect how much Google pays in damages if the jury hearing the intellectual property case decides against it.

  • Ten commandments for effective security training

    Premium-Inhalt. Information security people think that simply making users aware of security issues will make them change their behavior. But security pros are learning the hard way that awareness rarely equals change.

  • Samsung launches the Galaxy S III smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. The eighth paragraph of the story, "Samsung launches the Galaxy S III smartphone," incorrectly stated the type of processor in the 3G version of HTC's One X smartphone. The story has been corrected on the wire and that paragraph now reads:

  • iPad share of tablet market jumps as Kindle Fire slumps

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's iPad reclaimed a larger share of the global tablet market last month, in part because of a more-serious-than-expected slump in sales of the hot Kindle Fire in the first quarter, IDC analysts said today.

  • Samsung launches the Galaxy S III smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Electronics has launched the Galaxy S III, which comes with a quad-core processor, a bigger screen and a host of software features, including voice recognition, the company said at an event in London on Thursday.

  • Ceph spinoff looks to monetize open-source storage framework

    Premium-Inhalt. The main developers behind the popular Ceph open-source storage framework announced today that they have created a new company, dubbed Inktank, to provide paid support and consulting for the system.

  • Spec Smackdown: Samsung Galaxy S III vs. iPhone 4S vs. HTC One X

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Thursday unveiled the Galaxy S III, the highly-anticipated successor of the popular Galaxy S II, and of course, the iPhone’s newest big rival. The Galaxy S III is like a sequel to the Galaxy Nexus that was made in collaboration with Google, but has a bigger screen, a beefier processor, and a better camera.

  • Bowers & Wilkins previews new Apple-compatible headphones

    Premium-Inhalt. British high-end audio manufacturer only recently jumped into the headphone business, but the company is already expanding its product line—on Thursday, the company announced new Apple-compatible P3 headphones.

  • Oracle, SAP battle over 'hypothetical license' damages

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle and SAP are at odds over whether the concept of "hypothetical" software license fees can be factored into damages in the upcoming retrial of Oracle's intellectual-property lawsuit against SAP, and the outcome could sharply affect the scope of any judgment in the case.

  • SaaS offering provides detailed analysis of your software portfolio

    Premium-Inhalt. Are you faced with the need to do a software portfolio analysis but find the prospect daunting given the scattered nature of your operation? A new -based offering from Cast might fit the bill.

  • Step aside Anonymous, here comes The Unknowns

    Premium-Inhalt. The latest shadowy hacker group to strike is calling itself The Unknowns, and they're bragging they've hacked NASA Glenn Research Center, the U.S. Air Force, the European Space Agency and others, posting some network-access details.

  • Microsoft announces 7 bulletins for May 2012 Patch Tuesday, closes book on MAPP data leak

    Premium-Inhalt. Just hours after releasing the advance notification for , which consists of seven bulletins, brought some closure to its biggest security threat of the year.

  • Report: Facebook's valuation for IPO will be lower than initially expected

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook will be valued at US$85 billion to $95 billion, rather than the $100 billion that had been widely rumored, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

  • Authors contend Google's book-scanning project hurting millions

    Premium-Inhalt. A group representing authors in a copyright case slammed Google in court on Thursday, saying the company's book-scanning project has hurt millions of authors whose works have been digitized.

  • Microsoft plans big May patch slate for next week

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today said it would ship seven security updates next week, three critical, to patch 23 bugs in Windows, Office and its Silverlight and .Net development platforms.

  • Feds outline plans for electronic exchange of patient information

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. government expects to provide both money and standards guidance for healthcare providers to deploy and use health information exchanges (HIEs) in a way similar to how electronic prescribing was quickly adopted.

  • Could 'bullet time' stop a cyberattack?

    Premium-Inhalt. Is a cyberattack by Iran against the U.S. a realistic threat? And if so, could it be defeated by a technique called "bullet time," that slows Internet traffic just enough to give critical infrastructure defense systems time to respond?

  • Canon Pixma MX892 Review: Nice Paper Handling, Good Speed, So-So Costs

    Premium-Inhalt. Canon’s Pixma MX892 Wireless Inkjet Office All-In-One (for printing, copying, faxing, and scanning) is suitable for a home or very small office. It delivered good output quality in our tests, and supports both automatic duplex printing and scanning, for a reasonable $200 (as of April 27, 2012). It's also handsome, solidly built, and moderately fast. Among its shortcomings are an awkward control panel and an absence of high-yield replacement ink cartridges, which other office-minded models in the same price range make available.

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