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  • Scanbox bei Kickstarter - Das iPhone wird zum Scanner

    Gadget des Tages

    Wem die ruhige Hand zum Fotografieren mit dem iPhone fehlt, kann sich Scanbox bei Kickstarter anschauen. Mit dem mobilen Zubehör ist das Scannen von Fotos, Dokumenten und Objekten möglich. …mehr

    Von Steve Furthmüller
  • Wie suchen Sie Kandidaten?

    Bewerber fragt Arbeitgeber

    Jobkandidaten wünschen sich transparentere Bewerbungsverfahren der Arbeitgeber. Diese wiederum erwarten eine bessere Vorbereitung der Bewerber.  …mehr

  • Elgato Thunderbolt SSD im Test

    Externe SSD-Festplatte mit Thunderbolt-Anschluss

    Noch sind Massenspeicher mit Apples schnellem Thunderbolt-Anschluss sehr selten. Mit Elgato kommt nun ein Hersteller ins Spiel, den man bislang nicht mit Festplatten in Verbindung brachte.  …mehr

    Von Christian Möller
  • Die Geschichte von Cisco

    Vom Kabelschacht in die Chefetage

    Vom Infrastruktur-Lieferant für Netzwerke zum Allround-Anbieter. So lässt sich die bewegte Geschichte von Cisco Systems zusammenfassen.  …mehr

  • Steuerfreie Gehaltsbezüge für Mitarbeiter

    Wenn der Chef aufs Gehalt was drauflegt

    Wie Arbeitgeber und Arbeitnehmer Lohnsteuer und Sozialversicherung vermeiden können, zeigen die Steuerexperten von SH+C.  …mehr

  • Sparen in der Cloud?

    Computerwoche 22/2012

    Die Migration der IT in die Cloud soll nicht zuletzt auch Kosten sparen. Sparpotenzial gibt es in der Tat, doch die Effekte sind bisweilen nicht genau zu beziffern.  …mehr

  • 10 questions for Cormant CFO Catherine Goodison

    Premium-Inhalt. Name: Catherine Goodison

  • PhD students urged to enter ICT Pioneer competition

    Premium-Inhalt. There is still time for last minute entries for postgraduate students in ICT to run by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

  • Encipher.it Encrypts Email for Free

    Premium-Inhalt. Want to keep your email safe from prying eyes? Encipher.it is a free snippet of code that you can store in your browser bookmarks to encrypt email, or any block of text you enter on a website.

  • Fill Your Mobile Security Toolbox

    Premium-Inhalt. Smartphone malware attacks get a lot of attention, but you're much more likely to lose your device than you are to contract a smartphone virus infection. And you're just as vulnerable to other problems--such as phishing and spam--on a phone as you are on a PC. No need to panic, however: The following Android and iPhone security tools will help to protect your phone from all kinds of threats.

  • SpokenLayer Aims to Give the Web the Power of Speech

    Premium-Inhalt. I remember when I discovered "" (now called Pocket). This is great, I thought. It's like a DVR for reading. Unfortunately, like a DVR, the Read It Later queue can become a dead letter office for good intentions.

  • NES Mod Lets You Play Classic Games On Your Smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. Ever wished there was a way of playing your favorite NES titles on a present-day device, like your smartphone? If you still happen to have your old NES console handy, then now there is a way.

  • Motorola Videos Show Android 4.0 on Droid RAZR

    Premium-Inhalt. Mobile phone maker Motorola's update of the Droid RAZR to the Android 4.0 operating system appears to be on the way.

  • Safaricom partners with iHub Nairobi on IPv6 testing

    Premium-Inhalt. Safaricom has become the first mobile operator in Africa to open up its network for Internet Protocol version 6 testing through its partnership with iHub Nairobi, an initiative aimed at bringing together application and content developers.

  • Should Facebook Make a Smartphone?

    Premium-Inhalt. Rumors have resurfaced that Facebook is working on a project to develop its own smartphone. There are clues and leaks suggesting that Facebook is exploring its mobile options with a possible device launch in 2013. The big question, though, is whether or not it for Facebook to do so.

  • Facebook Eyes Facial Recognition Firm for Purchase, Report

    Premium-Inhalt. With in the fold and in its sights, will Face.com be the next big acquisition for newly minted public company Facebook?

  • Ex Dixons CEO gets $56 million shares incentive after joining Apple

    Premium-Inhalt. The ex head of Dixons who relocated to California to run Apple's retail has been awarded shares worth $56 million (£36 million) as part of in incentive to stay with the company for 5 years.

  • Apple Store staff get salary rise, 3 months early

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's senior vice president of retail is clearly in a good mood following news that he is to receive shares worth . The ex Dixon's chief has announced that Apple Store employees will get pay rises.

  • Scanning Negatives, Shooting the Moon, Fixing the Colors in a Photo

    Premium-Inhalt. Have a question about digital photography? . I reply to as many as I can--though given the quantity of e-mails that I get, I can't promise a personal reply to each one. I round up the most interesting questions about once a month here in Digital Focus.

  • Researchers identify Stuxnet-like cyberespionage malware called 'Flame'

    Premium-Inhalt. A new, highly sophisticated malware threat that was predominantly used in cyberespionage attacks against targets in the Middle East has been identified and analyzed by researchers from several security companies and organizations.

  • Information of U.S. federal employees exposed

    Premium-Inhalt. A hack in July last year of a computer used by third-party services provider Serco to support the Thrift Savings Plan run by the U.S. Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board resulted in unauthorized access to the personal information of about 123,201 TSP participants and payees, FRTIB Friday.

  • RIM said to plan to lay off 2,000 staff

    Premium-Inhalt. Research In Motion, the ailing maker of the BlackBerry, is planning to cut at least 2,000 staff as part of a global restructuring plan, according to reports.

  • Rare footage from iPhone production line revealed

    Premium-Inhalt. A rare glimpse into the iPhone production line at Apple's Foxconn factories in China has been released.

  • Amazon creates 100 tech jobs in Dublin

    Premium-Inhalt. Amazon has announced plans to create more than 100 new technology jobs at its development centre in Kilmainham, Dublin.

  • Remove a Program That Lacks an Uninstaller

    Premium-Inhalt. Before you try to manually remove a program, make sure there's no uninstaller. Check the Start menu. If the Start menu contains a submenu for the unwanted program, there's likely a link to the uninstaller there.

  • Libya's LAP Green takes back control of Uganda Telecom

    Premium-Inhalt. Libya's LAP Green Networks has taken back full control of Uganda Telecom following the lifting of United Nations sanctions on all Libyan-owned businesses across Africa early this month.

  • GameStop Pitches Android Tablets to Gamers

    Premium-Inhalt. As gamers are slowly abandoning their portable consoles in favor of smartphones and tablets, it might come as no surprise that GameStop, the top U.S. games retailer, is now turning to Android tablets to boost sales. The retailer a variety of tablets running on Google's mobile OS are on sale at more than 1,600 of its U.S. stores, from manufacturers such as Acer, Asus and Toshiba.

  • Facebook Phone Rumors Surface, Again

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook has five mobile apps, no clear way to monetize its mobile users, and it is now looking to build a smartphone, according to a recent report. Yes, we've heard this all before. This the the third time the social network has been reportedly working on a smartphone to rival Apple and Google, which would arrive in consumers' hands some time next year. But, this is the first time the rumor start making sense given Facebook's post-IPO pressures to make money and 900 million user base.

  • Anonymous India calls for non-violent protests against censorship

    Premium-Inhalt. The Indian arm of Anonymous is against Internet censorship in various Indian cities, after some Internet service providers blocked file-sharing sites in the country.

  • Experts question the need for a Facebook smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. Mobile technology will play an important role for Facebook as it tries to find new sources of revenue, but building its own device doesn't make much sense since competition in the smartphone market continues to be very tough, according to analysts.

  • Sotheby's to auction rare working Apple-1 computer

    Premium-Inhalt. Sotheby's will put some Apple history on the block next month, including one of only six working Apple-1 personal computers. The auction house has estimated the motherboard will sell for up to $180,000.

  • Kiddicare boosts repeat sales with analytics

    Premium-Inhalt. Kiddicare is boosting its online sales with the help of an enterprise marketing system that helps it target customers across digital, social, mobile and traditional marketing channels.

  • LG working on Retina-beating 5-inch smartphone display

    Premium-Inhalt. LG Display has introduced a 5-inch full HD LCD panel for smartphone displays -- the highest resolution mobile panel to date, the company said on Monday.

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