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Meldungen vom 19.05.2012

  • Wie Sie Projekte erfolgreich kommunizieren

    PR in eigener Sache

    Wer sein Projekt erfolgreich zu Ende führen will, sollte nicht vergessen, es allen Beteiligten - vom Teammitglied bis zum Management - gut zu verkaufen. Stichwort Projekt-Marketing.  …mehr

  • Wer mit dem Facebook-Börsengang richtig abräumt

    Geldregen

    Der Börsengang von Facebook macht Gründer Mark Zuckerberg sowie frühe Investoren und Mitarbeiter steinreich. Manche können sich auf eine fast schon wundersame Geldvermehrung freuen.  …mehr

  • Weiter Weg zum Social Enterprise

    CW-Kolumne

    Deutsche Unternehmen sind im Social Web angekommen - so könnte man die jüngsten Zahlen des ITK-Verbands Bitkom lesen, der den Status quo untersucht hat. Doch diese Überschrift wäre unsinnig, was wohl auch die Verbandssprecher so sehen dürften. …mehr

  • iPad Wifi + 4G heißt jetzt iPad Wifi + Cellular in Deutschland

    Namensänderung

    Apple hat jetzt auch in Deutschland den Namen seines neuen iPad mit LTE geändert.  …mehr

  • Tablets im Business?

    COMPUTERWOCHE-Kontroverse

    Die CW-Redakteure Manfred Bremmer (Pro) und Jürgen Hill (Kontra) sind sich über Sinn und Unsinn von Tablets im Unternehmen nicht einig.  …mehr

  • Government reneges on open source promise for Cloudstore 2.0

    Premium-Inhalt. The UK government has finally unveiled the second iteration of its Cloudstore after a number of delays, and has reneged on its pledge to make version 2.0 open source.

  • FDM Group hosts women in IT networking event

    Premium-Inhalt. Female students, graduates and IT professionals are invited to attend an event where they can hear from inspirational women and learn more about working in the technology industry.

  • Italian court upholds Apple warranty fine

    Premium-Inhalt. An Italian court has upheld a €900,000 (US$1.2 million) fine imposed on Apple by Italy's competition authority for allegedly violating consumer protection laws, Italian media reported late Friday.The Regional Administrative Tribunal (TAR) of Lazio rejected Apple's appeal against the fine imposed by the Antitrust Authority last December for "unfair commercial practices that damage the consumer."The court found that Apple Italy was not fully applying a two-year guarantee that is obligatory under European law and was providing unclear information on its own additional commercial warranties, the online edition of the Corriere della Sera newspaper reported.An Apple Italy spokesman was not immediately available for comment.The Antitrust fine applies to Apple Sales International, Apple Italia and Apple Retail Italia and concerns their alleged failure to inform customers of their right to a 24-month warranty from the vendor under European Union regulations and insufficiently clear information on the company's own AppleCare Protection Plan and its partial duplication of the existing legal warranties.A campaign to force Apple to modify its behavior in Italy was spearheaded by the Milan-based consumer association Altroconsumo.

  • Apple files for preliminary injunction against Galaxy Tab 10.1

    Premium-Inhalt. In the latest move in a complex series of patent-related cases, Apple filed a motion in a California district court late Friday to ban Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the U.S.

  • China approves Google acquisition of Motorola Mobility

    Premium-Inhalt. Chinese regulatory authorities have approved Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility, paving the way for the deal to close within the week, company officials confirmed Saturday.

  • Inside Apple's secret plan to kill the cash register

    Premium-Inhalt. If you've ever been to a store, you know the drill: Browse the merchandise, pick something, carry it to the checkout counter, maybe wait in line, pay, then walk out with your purchases and a receipt.

  • Loss of Apple chip contract sees Samsung value decline

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung shares slipped after a report appeared claiming that Apple has switched its chip supplier to Elpida from Samsung.

  • Judge tells Apple and HTC to talk settlements

    Premium-Inhalt. Just a day after Apple succeeded in stopping the HTC One X and Evo 4G LTE smartphones being shipped into the US, the two companies have been told to discuss a possible patent settlement.

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