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Meldungen vom 10.05.2012

  • Samsung liefert Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich für das Smartlet aus

    Galaxy Note

    Samsung hat heute das Android-4.0-Update für das Galaxy Note bereitgestellt. Die Firmware bringt unter anderem eine überarbeitete Version der S-Note-App sowie ein S-Memo-Widget mit.  …mehr

  • Fitbit Ultra Tracker - Schrittweise Kalorien verbrennen

    Gadget des Tages

    Der Ultra Tracker misst die täglich zurückgelegte Strecke und hilft dabei, die verbrannte Energie zu errechnen. Das Besondere - Aktivitäten und Schlafrhythmus lassen sich auf Fitbit.com auswerten.  …mehr

  • Apple veröffentlicht Mac OS X 10.7.4

    Plus Safari 5.1.7

    Apple hat gestern Abend Sicherheits- und Wartungs-Updates auf Mac OS X 10.7.4 und Safari 5.1.7 veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Facebook räumt "mobiles Problem" in seinem Geschäft ein

    App-Plattform angekündigt

    Facebook hat kurz vor dem Milliarden-Börsengang eine Schwäche seines bisherigen Geschäftsmodells eingeräumt. …mehr

  • Cisco verkauft mehr Netztechnik

    Ausblick drückt Aktienkurs

    Die Nachfrage nach Netztechnik des Branchenführers Cisco bleibt hoch. …mehr

  • Telekom profitiert von starkem Heimatmarkt

    Pensionäre drücken Gewinn

    Die Deutsche Telekom hat sich zum Jahresauftakt dank des schwachen Euro und eines stabilen Geschäfts auf dem Heimatmarkt wacker geschlagen. …mehr

  • Europaparlament stimmt über Handy-Gebühren ab

    Roaming

    Das EU-Parlament stimmt heute ab 11:30 Uhr über neue Preisobergrenzen für das Telefonieren mit dem Handy im Ausland ab. …mehr

  • United Internet erhöht Umsatz

    Internationalisierung drückt operatives Geschäft

    Der Internetdienstleister United Internet (1&1, GMX, Web.de) hat sein Versprechen von Umsatzwachstum im ersten Quartal erfüllt. …mehr

  • Schlechte Zahlungsmoral im Online-Handel

    IfH-Studie

    Ungedeckte Konten und nicht bezahlte Rechnungen: Besonders die kleinen Händler kämpfen beim Geschäft im Internet mit Zahlungsausfällen. …mehr

  • Hamburger Firmen vergeben E-Commerce-Stipendium

    An Informatikstudenten

    Die Softwareunternehmen Novomind und ePages suchen gemeinsam mit der Initiative Hamburg@work talentierte Informatikstudenten, die ihre berufliche Zukunft im E-Commerce sehen. Ihnen winkt ein Stipendium in Höhe von 500 Euro pro Semester und die Möglichkeit, Branchenkontakte zu knüpfen.  …mehr

  • Der Kindle und seine Konkurrenten

    E-Reader im Vergleich

    Seit Ende letzten Monats bringt Amazon den Kindle Touch auch nach Deutschland. E-Reader bieten mittlerweile auch mehrere Wettbewerber an.  …mehr

  • AMD Radeon HD 7870 & 7850 im Test

    Grafik für die Mittelklasse

    AMDs Mittleklasse marschiert ein: Mit den Grafikkarten der 7800-Reihe komplettiert der Chip-Hersteller seine Radeon HD 7000-Familie. Die Radeon HD 7870 und 7850 sollen nun den Bedarf im Mittelklasse-Markt abdecken. Ob die eng beieinander liegenden Veröffentlichungen eine kluge Entscheidung sind und ob die neuen Karten was taugen, klärt der Test.  …mehr

  • Erfolgreich durch die Probezeit

    Bewerbertipp

    Jedes fünfte Arbeitsverhältnis geht schon in der Probezeit auseinander. Karrierecoach Jürgen Hesse hat fünf Tipps zusammengestellt, was Bewerber beim Jobstart zu beachten haben. …mehr

  • Die besten Smartphones von HTC & Co.

    Produktvorstellung Frühjahr 2012

    Der Smartphone-Trend geht zu schnelleren und größeren Geräten. Wir präsentieren Ihnen die interessantesten Handys des Frühjahres 2012. …mehr

  • Sichere Notizblock-App für Android-Nutzer

    Safe Notes

    Wer sein Android-Smartphone auch als Gedächtnisstütze nutzt, sollte der kostenlosen Anwendung "Safe Notes" einen Blick widmen.  …mehr

  • Cool hacks: DIY cellphones and a magic trackpad rethink

    Premium-Inhalt. There's something of the hacker in all IT people ... there has to be because you spend so much of your time figuring out how things work and how to fix said things when they break (which is usually far too often).

  • Free tool to encrypt DNS requests released for Windows

    Premium-Inhalt. A security company specializing in the Domain Name System has released a Windows version of a tool that encrypts DNS requests, which could be spied on to reveal a user's browsing activity.

  • UC Berkeley tests floating robot sensors to track water flow, environmental concerns

    Premium-Inhalt. It's been a couple of years and a couple of million dollars. Finally, researchers and graduate students who have spent years developing intelligent water sensors released them into the Sacramento River on Wednesday, about 80 miles east of San Francisco.

  • CTIA: At a show full of pom-pom waving, Sprint's Hesse sounds a warning

    Premium-Inhalt. NEW ORLEANS - CTIA is normally a show where you hear about the dazzling future that the wireless industry will bring about. Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, however, thinks carriers might be getting a bit ahead of themselves.

  • Apple patches Safari, blocks outdated Flash Player

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple on Wednesday patched four security vulnerabilities in Safari and blocked outdated versions of Adobe's Flash Player from running in its browser.

  • Judge declines to eject Google's 'fair use' defense from Android trial

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle was dealt a minor setback in its lawsuit against Google on Wednesday when a judge denied its motion to toss out one of Google's key defenses against copyright infringement.

  • Facebook's App Center seeks to court mobile users

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook said Wednesday that it will launch an App Center where users can browse "high-quality" mobile apps that integrate with the social-networking site.

  • DVDs and Blu-rays Will Soon Waste More Time with New Unskippable Piracy Warnings

    Premium-Inhalt. In a move that seems like it will rather than curb it, the U.S. government is adding new warning messages that can't be skipped at the outset of DVD and Blu-ray movies. And there won't just be one--there will be two, one to "warn" and one to "educate."

  • Microsoft touts Win8's ability to detect, fix hard disk problems

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has revamped the way Windows 8 monitors hard disk operations and detects problems in an effort to make the diagnostic and repair process less intrusive and disruptive, even as disk capacity continues to balloon.

  • Windows 8 Pro: Features IT Pros Need to Know About

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft announced last month that Windows 8 will be sold in : two for PCs powered by x86 processors and one for ARM-based tablets, called Windows RT.

  • For LTE network slow but thorough will win the day, Sprint says

    Premium-Inhalt. The story, "For LTE network slow but thorough will win the day, Sprint says," posted to the wire on Wednesday, incorrectly stated how many of Sprint Nextel's iDEN radios will be shut down by the end of this year. Approximately one-third will be shut down.

  • Facebook App Center to Offer Mobile App Promotion, Paid App Option

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook is launching an app store called the that will showcase apps that exist on the social networking site’s platform and apps that tie in to the site using a Facebook login. The store will be accessible on the Web and on Facebook's iOS and Android apps, and will be available "in the coming weeks," according to an .

  • Facebook's Instagram buy could be delayed by FTC, report says

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has launched a probe of Facebook's proposed acquisition of Instagram that could delay the closing of the deal, the Financial Times Thursday.

  • Bing will tap Facebook, Twitter in answering queries

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft is introducing a phone-a-friend feature into its Bing search engine, allowing searchers to ask their Facebook and Twitter contacts to supplement information gathered by the search engine itself.

  • U.S. seeking to build international unity around cyberdefense for industrial control systems

    Premium-Inhalt. SAVANNAH, Ga. -- In the interests of thwarting cyberattacks on critical infrastructure such as energy, water and manufacturing, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is quietly reaching out to other governments around the world to find what problems may exist elsewhere and what research can be shared to improve industrial control systems (ICS).

  • Microsoft revamps Bing to include interactive social sidebar

    Premium-Inhalt. Bing will soon include a search interface that offers social search results in a separate column to the right of the returned links, Microsoft said on Thursday.

  • Intel moving fast to improve smartphone processors

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel finally entered the smartphone market last month but the company is not sitting still, with plans to quickly release chips that improve performance and power efficiency on smartphones.

  • Intel CEO Otellini calls out ARM on Windows 8 tablets

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel CEO Paul Otellini on Thursday said that the company has an advantage over its rival ARM on Windows 8 for tablets because of decades of developing x86 chips that support the Windows operating system.

  • Ex-Oracle, SAP exec Wookey to lead 'most' application development at Salesforce.com

    Premium-Inhalt. Power has shifted within Salesforce.com's development organization, with John Wookey taking on more responsibility at the cloud software vendor as another executive takes a leave of absence, the company confirmed Thursday.

  • EU roaming charges to be sharply capped starting in July

    Premium-Inhalt. European phone roaming charges will be capped as of July 1 this year, the European Parliament decided on Thursday, saving business travelers an estimated €1,000 (US$1,300) each year, the Digital Agenda for Europe said.

  • Options grow for third-party SAP application support

    Premium-Inhalt. The nascent market for third-party SAP application support gained another player on Thursday, with Spinnaker Support announcing a service that will place it in competition with the likes of Rimini Street.

  • APT attackers are increasingly using booby-trapped RTF documents, experts say

    Premium-Inhalt. Booby-trapped RTF documents are one of the most common types of malicious Microsoft Office files that are used to infect computers with advanced persistent threats (APTs), according to security researchers from Trend Micro.

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