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  • Banken schließen Facebook-Bücher bereits am Dienstag

    IPO

    Das Interesse an Facebook-Aktien ist nach Informationen der Nachrichtenagentur Bloomberg doch größer als zuletzt erwartet. …mehr

  • Kommt ein MacBook Pro mit 15-Zoll-Retina-Display?

    Montagsgerücht

    Apple will angeblich noch "im Sommer" ein neues MacBook Pro mit 15-Zoll-Retina-Display herausbringen.  …mehr

  • ARM dämpft Erwartungen an das PC-Geschäft

    Intel-Rivale

    Der britische Chip-Designer ARM hat Erwartungen an einen schnellen Siegeszug gegen den bisherigen Marktführer im PC-Geschäft gedämpft. …mehr

  • Xing steigert Mitgliederzahl und Umsatz

    Auf Kosten des Gewinns

    Im Rennen um möglichst hohe Nutzerzahlen investiert Xing ins Wachstum. Das bremst den Gewinn aus. Beim Umsatz kann das Karriere-Portal aber weiter zulegen. …mehr

  • SAP kündigt neue mobile Anwendungen an

    "Für alle Lebenslagen"

    SAP hat auf seiner Hausmesse Sapphire in Orlando neue Apps für den mobilen Zugriff auf Funktionen für Human Resources (HR), Nachhaltigkeit, Finanzen, Vertrieb und Mobile Commerce in Echtzeit angekündigt. Außerdem sind neue Versionen bekannter SAP Mobile Apps für weitere Plattformen einschließlich Android und BlackBerry erhältlich. …mehr

  • Padfone schafft bis zu 102 Stunden Gesprächszeit

    Hybrid-Gerät von Asus

    Ein Werbevideo über das Padfone von Asus gibt interessante Details zur Akkulaufzeit des Android-Geräts preis. …mehr

  • QLOCKTWO W von Biegert & Funk - Wörtliche Zeitanzeige am Arm

    Gadget des Tages

    Die Zeit in Worte zu fassen ist die Mission der Designagentur Biegert & Funk. Nach der QLOCKTWO für die Wand, kommt im Herbst mit QLOCKTWO W der Zeitmesser für das Handgelenk. …mehr

  • "Keine Schmuseabteilung"

    Neue Telekom-Personalchefin

    Die neue Telekom-Personalchefin Marion Schick ist dem Vorurteil entgegengetreten, "weibliche Stärken" wie Sozialkompetenz seien in ihrem Verantwortungsbereich besonders gefragt. …mehr

  • Fast 20 Prozent surfen schutzlos im Netz

    Bitkom-Studie

    Fast jeder fünfte deutsche Internetnutzer hat weder Virenschutz noch Firewall auf seinem Privatrechner installiert.  …mehr

  • Android-Anwendung liest WhatsApp-Unterhaltungen mit

    WhatsApp Sniffer

    Die Sicherheits-Spezialisten von G-Data warnen vor einer Android-App, die in einem öffentlichen WLAN WhatsApp-Konversationen ausspähen kann.  …mehr

  • Loewe dementiert Bericht über Kaufangebot von Apple

    Edel-TV-Bauer

    Der Fernsehgeräte-Spezialist Loewe hat einen amerikanischen Bericht über ein angebliches Kaufangebot von Apple zurückgewiesen. …mehr

  • Infineon-Chef tritt im Herbst wegen Krankheit zurück

    Peter Bauer

    Lange Jahre hat Peter Bauer den Halbleiterkonzern Infineon durch schwierige Zeiten navigiert. …mehr

  • Oracle und SAP zanken wegen In-Memory

    Datenbankmarkt

    Oracle-Manager Thomas Kurian sieht die eigene Exalytics-Appliance gegenüber SAPs HANA im Vorteil. SAP-Technikchef Vishal Sikka kontert wütend.  …mehr

  • CEO Thompson geht nach Titel-Tricksereien

    Umbruch bei Yahoo

    Der Machtkampf beim angeschlagenen Internet-Urgestein Yahoo ist entschieden. …mehr

  • De-Mail im Kosten-Nutzen-Check

    Computerwoche 20/2012

    De-Mail soll Deutschlands Schriftverkehr fit für die digitale Zukunft machen - so zumindest der politische Wille. Doch spielen die Unternehmen mit?  …mehr

  • Deutschlands beliebteste IT-Arbeitgeber 2012

    Microsoft heftet sich an Googles Fersen

    Google bleibt Deutschlands beliebtester Arbeitgeber bei IT-Absolventen. Aufsteiger des Jahres im Trendence Graduate Barometer 2012, das der COMPUTERWOCHE exklusiv vorliegt, ist jedoch Microsoft. Traditionelle IT-Konzerne und Beratungshäuser tun sich hingegen immer schwerer, den akademischen Nachwuchs zu begeistern. …mehr

  • Lichtblick Schatten-IT?

    IT intim - Was CIOs akut beschäftigt

    Für viele CIOs ist die Schatten-IT in den Fachbereichen ein großes Problem. Wie stehen Sie dazu?  …mehr

  • NFC bietet Business-Perspektiven

    Mehr Komfort dank NFC

    Mobiles Bezahlen und Ticket-Ersatz, darauf reduziert sich meist die Diskussion um Near Field Communication. Doch die Technik erlaubt viel mehr, wie unsere Beispiele zeigen.  …mehr

  • Was aus Outsourcing-Trends wurde

    Vorhersagen für 2011 "revisited"

    Viele Outsourcing-Trends haben sich nicht durchgesetzt: Cloud-Services und die Schatten-IT blieben Randthemen. Auch neue Marktteilnehmer sucht man vergebens.  …mehr

  • How to Partition Your Hard Drive to Optimize Performance

    Premium-Inhalt. Solid-state drives are all the rage lately, thanks to their high transfer speeds and ultrafast access times, but most people still use cheap, spacious mechanical hard drives. Unfortunately, mechanical hard drives also constitute one of the most significant performance bottlenecks in modern computer systems. Even when paired with the fastest processors and lots of memory, a slow hard drive will drag down the a system's overall performance and responsiveness, which is why upgrading to an SSD usually yields such significant performance gains.

  • 12 Tips to Cut Your Cell Phone Bill

    Premium-Inhalt. See that cell phone next to you? Unfortunately, you're paying too much money for it--every month. If overpaying for what you need sounds like a bad idea to you, stop doing it. We've assembled 12 simple actions that you can take to reduce your cell phone bill, so that some of the cash you now spend for service--maybe even half of it--remains in your possession. So check out our tips, and use one or more of them to save big bucks on your bill.

  • Sony: We are not 'out of ideas' and we do have 'hit products'

    Premium-Inhalt. The last few years have not been kind to Japanese electronics vendors such as Sony, which has seen its grip on the market slip to competitors.

  • Apple ships first Leopard security update in nearly a year

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple on Monday issued its first security-related update for OS X 10.5, or Leopard, in nearly a year, to disable long-outdated versions of Adobe's Flash Player.

  • NBN service plans won't cost consumers more: Conroy

    Premium-Inhalt. Senator Stephen Conroy has slammed Opposition leader Tony Abbott's comments that services could cost consumers more than current ADSL plans, saying Abbott was "plain wrong" "and that he should "check his facts."

  • Apple misled consumers with iPad 4G claims: ACCC

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple has stopped promoting its new iPad as 4G compatible in Australia following an application in the Federal Court in March 2012 by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) over misleading advertisements.

  • Are iPhone 5 rumors torpedoing Apple’s Q2 revenues?

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple (AAPL - NASDAQ) is warning investors that returns for the current second quarter will be lower than projections, triggering widespread and feverish speculation that the fall-off is due to swirling rumors about an early summer launch for iPhone 5.

  • Veering into Virtualization

    Premium-Inhalt. With the increasing challenges of maintaining numerous servers, coupled with the high cost of keeping a robust data center, small and medium businesses are now seeking alternative solutions to keep their IT systems and infrastructure less costly while still being efficient, and at a healthy pace against competition. This competitive atmosphere in business has led to more SMBs seeing virtualization, an emerging cost-efficient and space-saving technology, as away to innovate and further their IT systems at a fraction of the cost.

  • IT Budgets on the Rise

    Premium-Inhalt. Improving competitiveness and controlling costs remain the major objectives of companies seeking for technologies to invest on. The migration to more modern platforms and applications has become more important for many businesses while others, to save on costs, remain comfortable with the technology level of their existing systems.

  • Make a Website Without Coding Knowledge, Thanks to Free Beta of Breezi

    Premium-Inhalt. Just because Microsoft no longer makes FrontPage doesn't mean people no longer need a visual way to create websites. On the contrary: Breezi (currently in free Beta) joins the ranks of visual website creation tools alongside , , Jimdo, and many other tools. Breezi may not be completely unique, but it sure has style.

  • Your next IT generation

    Premium-Inhalt. In the MTR carriage or walking down the street, eyes glued to the screen...punching buttons or controlling cartoon birds, they seem oblivious to their "meatspace" situations. Does a pregnant woman need the MTR seat a screen-puncher's occupying? He or she wouldn't know--their collective brain's in Birdland.

  • BYOD: New animal, new taming techniques

    Premium-Inhalt. Bottom Line

  • Hackers break into bitcoin exchange site Bitcoinica, steal $90,000 in bitcoins

    Premium-Inhalt. Bitcoin exchange site suspended its operations on Friday after hackers managed to steal 18,547 bitcoins -- valued at about US$90,000 -- from its online wallet.

  • Single view of the customer no longer enough

    Premium-Inhalt. As part of CSL's ongoing customer-focused transformation its new CIO Stuart McDonald is focused on moving away from a corporate view of customers to seeing the company through the customers' eyes.

  • HK firm ensures toy safety with PLM tool

    Premium-Inhalt. Toys are fun to play with, but making them is serious business. Hazardous toys from Greater China make great headline-material for US media, so regional toy manufacturers must make extra efforts to ensure that both their materials and finished products are safe.

  • Survey: Hong Kong mobile users want to be found

    Premium-Inhalt. Hong Kong mobile phone users want you know where they are, said TNS that recently released its annual report Mobile Life Study.

  • Pixorial leads with Google Drive: will developers follow?

    Premium-Inhalt. When updated its last month, the company added a feature its competitors couldn't yet match: Integration with the new cloud storage service.

  • Daminion Standalone Organizes Photos Like the Pros Do

    Premium-Inhalt. Back in the days of traditional film photography, it was easy to see when you had many photos: Shelves full of albums (or shoeboxes bursting with prints) were visible. Today, you could have hundreds of thousands of photos in your collection, and they would take up next to no physical space. Organizing all of those photos, however, is still a massive undertaking. Daminion Standalone is a free application that tries to help you tag and sort your photos in ways that make sense.

  • Front-Lit Amazon Kindle to Debut in July?

    Premium-Inhalt. Rumors of upgrades are a dime a dozen, and many aren't from the most reputable of sources. But one new report sounds quite likely: will launch a front-lit version of its Kindle eReader in July, and a new model of its Kindle Fire color tablet closer to the holiday season, Reuters .

  • Apple releases security update, Flashback removal tool for Leopard

    Premium-Inhalt. If you still cling to Leopard like I cling to 80s music, good news: Just as I haven't forgotten Right Said Fred, Apple hasn't forgotten you. The company on Monday released a pair of security updates for the older operating system: and .

  • Kaspersky denies it's working with Apple on Mac security

    Premium-Inhalt. Kaspersky Lab has denied a report that said Apple asked the security vendor to help it improve security in Mac OS X, which is becoming a more desirable target for malware-distributing cyber criminals.

  • Siri: Just Kidding, iPhone is Best Smartphone Ever

    Premium-Inhalt. Last week, Apple's mobile assistant Siri was traitorously touting the as the "" This week, it seems like she's been recalibrated.

  • Former M&S CEO to advise Brazil's largest retailer on tech sustainability

    Premium-Inhalt. Marks and Spencer's former CEO Stuart Rose is to advise Brazil's largest retailer on how it can use technology to implement a better sustainable development agenda, similar to that of 'Plan A'.

  • Netflix Customer Satisfaction Rebounds

    Premium-Inhalt. Last year was a year Netflix would like to forget. A series of service bungles had their customers grousing and leaving the service like rats from a sinking ship. Now, however, there are signs that the entertainment distributor has mended its fences with its subscribers and is poised for success in 2012.

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