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  • Server-Markt wächst nur nach Stückzahlen

    Gartner-Erhebung

    Nach Zählung der Marktforschungs- und Beratungsfirma Gartner werden immer weniger RISC/Itanium-Unix-Server verkauft. Das bekommen die Hersteller beim Umsatz zu spüren.  …mehr

  • Apple setzt sich Streit um kleinere SIM-Karten durch

    4FF

    Im Streit um einen den Standard für künftige SIM-Karten für Mobiltelefone ist eine Entscheidung gefallen. Die Hersteller können jetzt noch dünnere Smartphones bauen. Mit dem Vorschlag hat sich Apple gegen Nokia, Motorola und RIM durchgesetzt.  …mehr

  • Triple-SIM-Handy von Motorola

    Motokey 3-Chip

    Motorola bringt ein Handy mit Steckplätzen für drei SIM-Karten heraus. Über das Tri-SIM-Feature hinaus bietet das Motokey 3-Chip genannte Handy aber lediglich Basisfunktionen. …mehr

  • Obama ordnete Stuxnet-Attacken auf den Iran an

    "New York Times"

    Der Stuxnet-Wurm hat vor knapp zwei Jahren IT-Sicherheitsexperten aufgeschreckt. …mehr

  • KPN wehrt sich gegen America-Movil-Angebot

    Prüft Optionen für E-Plus

    Die niederländische Telefongesellschaft KPN wehrt sich gegen die Offensive von America Movil - und stellt ihre deutsche Tochter E-Plus auf den Prüfstand. …mehr

  • Mary Meeker präsentiert die Internet-Trends 2012

    KPCB

    Auf der Konferenz D10 des "Wall-Street-Journal"-Blogs "All Things Digital" hat Mary Meeker von Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers ihre Internet-Trends für dieses Jahr präsentiert.  …mehr

  • Richter begräbt Oracle-Hoffnung auf Milliarden aus Android-Klage

    APIs nicht schützenswert

    Oracle hat in dem großen Prozess gegen Google wegen des Smartphone-Betriebssystems Android eine Niederlage auf breiter Front erlitten. …mehr

  • Microsoft gibt neue Vorabversion von Windows 8 frei

    Release Preview

    Nach einer versehentlich zu früh ins Netz gestellten Ankündigung hat Microsoft nun nachgelegt. …mehr

  • In-Memory-Computing - zwischen IT-Beschleuniger und Nische

    SAP-Technologie

    Mit In-Memory-Computing und spaltenorientierter Datenbanktechnik will SAP ein neues IT-Zeitalter einläuten. Dabei sind die zugrunde liegenden Techniken nicht neu. Anwender wollen erst einmal prüfen, ob sich der IT-Beschleuniger auch rechnet.  …mehr

  • Nvidia Geforce GT 640M im Test

    Kepler-GPU im Ultrabook

    Grafikchips aus Nvidias aktueller Kepler-Generation gibt es nicht nur für den PC, sondern auch für Notebooks – zum Beispiel den Geforce GT 640M. Wir hatten ein Ultrabook mit der neuen Nvidia-GPU im Test.  …mehr

  • Intel-Smartphone kommt nach Europa

    Intel San Diego

    Der Mobilfunkanbieter Orange bietet das Intel-basierende Smartphone "San Diego", einst angekündigt als Santa Clara, ab kommender Woche in Großbritannien an.  …mehr

  • 4 Folgen von iPad, BYOD & Co. für die IT

    Standardisierung zurück

    Nach der Gerätevielfalt erwarten die Analysten von Saugatuck die Rückkehr zu Standards. Zentrale Management-Ansätze und Geräte-Normen setzten sich wieder durch.  …mehr

  • Iomega Prestige Desktop Hard Drive 1 TB USB 3.0 im Test

    Externe Festplatte

    Die Iomega Prestige Desktop 1 TB USB 3.0 lässt sich flexibel auf dem Schreibtisch aufstellen. Lesen Sie im Test, ob uns noch weitere Vorteile an der externen Festplatte aufgefallen sind.  …mehr

  • Die 10 besten Airplay-Lautsprecher

    Musik hören über Airplay

    Mit Airplay bringt Apple unter anderem Musik auf äußerst komfortable Art in das Wohnzimmer. Dabei werden auch höchste Ansprüche befriedigt  …mehr

  • WhatsVirtual steuert virtuelle Server

    VMware-Plugin für WhatsUp Gold im Test

    Über das VMware-Plugin WhatsVirtual überwacht und steuert die Management-Suite WhatsUp Gold sowohl physische als auch virtuelle Server. …mehr

  • Von steuerfreien Lohnzuschlägen profitieren

    Arbeit an Sonn- und Feiertagen

    Die Vorteile liegen auf beiden Seiten: Der Arbeitnehmer bekommt Lohnzuschläge ohne Abzüge, der Arbeitgeber hat keine Lohnnebenkosten, sagt Bärbel Ettig. …mehr

  • Neulich ... im Café St. Oberholz

    Was Gäste alles liegen lassen

    Das Café St. Oberholz gilt als das Zentrum der digitalen Bohème von Berlin. Caféhaus-Inhaber Ansgar Oberholz kommentiert in seinem Blog, was Gäste - nicht nur Freiberufler und Nerds - bei ihm vergessen.  …mehr

  • Kyocera launches speakerless phone, uses vibrations to transmit sound to the ear

    Premium-Inhalt. Kyocera is demonstrating a new mobile phone that uses vibrations in its screen to transmit sound to the ear, in place of the traditional receiver speaker.

  • Livermore set to be first witness in HP-Oracle trial

    Premium-Inhalt. Ann Livermore, a member of Hewlett-Packard's board of directors and a longtime head of the company's enterprise business, will be the first witness called when a court in San Jose, California, hears HP's lawsuit against Oracle for ending future development on the Itanium platform.

  • NTT DoCoMo shows tablet-based virtual shared spaces, two-way clear touchscreen

    Premium-Inhalt. NTT DoCoMo, Japan's largest mobile operator, is developing a new platform that allows two remote tablet users to explore and share a virtual space.

  • Intel Intros Dual-Core Ivy Bridge Chips; Releases Sneak Peek of Upcoming Ultrabooks

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel officially announced its dual-core and ultra-low voltage (ULV) Ivy Bridge processors for mainstream laptops, Ultrabooks, and desktop PCs Thursday. In addition, the chipmaker released a sneak peak of upcoming Ultrabooks, as well as stricter requirements for that brand of ultrathin laptops.

  • Judge clears Google of Java copyright infringement

    Premium-Inhalt. A district court judge has ruled that the Java APIs in Android are not eligible for protection under U.S. copyright law, marking a defeat for Oracle in a high-stakes lawsuit against Google.

  • Netflix Surges Past Apple, Takes Lead in Online Movie Biz

    Premium-Inhalt. surpassed Apple last year to become the largest U.S. online movie streaming service in terms of revenue, says market research firm IHS.

  • PIE: A Chrome Extension That Can Help With Reading and Pronunciation

    Premium-Inhalt. English isn't the easiest language to learn. It has lots of words that are spelled nothing like the way they're pronounced--take "colonel" or "neighbor" for example. This can make it difficult to learn English, and even if you speak English well already, it can make it hard to learn to read and spell unfamiliar words.

  • Cisco ups enterprise router share in Q1

    Premium-Inhalt. The market grew 8% in North America in Q1 from last year, representing the best regional performance in a quarter that saw the global market grow only 2%.

  • Old Dot Matrix Printer Tracks Tweets, Makes Obsolete Tech Almost Useful

    Premium-Inhalt. Twitter tickers , but this creative use of an old dot matrix printer by a modder named Kenneth is really a fun way to utilize old technology.

  • Oracle-HP trial will trace an ill-fated partnership

    Premium-Inhalt. After Oracle and Hewlett-Packard enjoyed a long and fruitful partnership in enterprise IT, it's hard to find anything that hasn't gone wrong with their relationship over the past two years.

  • App Spotlight: Send Video-Enhanced Business Cards with Eyejot vCard

    Premium-Inhalt. Goodbye, inconvenient, easily forgotten business cards. Hello, smarter modern-day alternative.

  • U.S. Lawmakers Blast U.N. for Internet 'Powerplay'

    Premium-Inhalt. In a rare and resounding show of bipartisanship, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle on Thursday roundly condemned a United Nations proposal to establish a new international governance framework to oversee the Internet.

  • Cisco sues TiVo over DVR patents

    Premium-Inhalt. is suing TiVo over DVR patents TiVo claims Cisco is infringing on.

  • New Jersey lawmakers want copier hard drives wiped to prevent ID theft

    Premium-Inhalt. Is printing dangerous? It definitely has privacy and implications, according to many.

  • Can Apple iOS devices gain confidence of IT security pros?

    Premium-Inhalt. There's great enthusiasm for using iPhones and iPads in the workplace, but experts say 's limited transparency about issues can make enterprise adoption problematic.

  • Windows 8 Release Preview: Updated but still uneasy

    Premium-Inhalt. Windows 8 Release Preview , and it offers only moderate changes to the previously released . The biggest change isn't to the operating system itself, but rather the inclusion of some new, well-designed Metro apps that ship with it. Clearly inspired by Windows Phone 7, these apps seek out information based on your interests and automatically present them to you, rather than you having to do the work yourself.

  • Free Game Friday: Three Short Platformers With Twists

    Premium-Inhalt. It's all platfomers all the time in this week's collection of free games, including a platformer where the screen is only one pixel high and a collaborative platformer where two characters have to work together to get to the next screen.

  • Google Hypes 'Next Dimension' of Maps Ahead of Apple Event

    Premium-Inhalt. Google will host an event next week to talk about the "next dimension" of Google Maps--five days before Apple is expected to ditch the service in favor of its own mapping product for iOS at its WWDC.

  • WatchESPN for iPhone and iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. Cable sports giant offers a mobile app that lets you watch live sports and shows on your iPhone or iPad no matter where you happen to be. The app is called . And I would certainly love to, if I could get the app to dependably stream video.

  • Data Protection Officer Role Will Be Key If You Operate in the E.U.

    Premium-Inhalt. Organizations that operate in the European Union (E.U.) may soon be searching for candidates for a new role mandated by law: the Data Protection Officer (DPO). As currently described by the proposed legislation, the DPO role would require a seasoned professional with credentials in the security trenches, reporting directly to the board of directors. With the potential for a land grab of qualified candidates, organizations may want to begin defining their needs now.

  • NASA's NuSTAR Conference: Why It Matters

    Premium-Inhalt. On May 30th at 10am Pacific (that's 1pm for you East Coast folks), NASA held a news conference to talk about NuSTAR, the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array that is being deployed in June to hunt for black holes. As amazing as the NuSTAR itself is, NASA's decision to with moderated chat--as well as field questions from Twitter (hashtag #AskNASA)--made this an important event to pay attention to.

  • Microsoft details Windows 8 upgrade program for consumers

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft on Friday more details about the Windows 8 OS upgrade program for consumers who buy Windows 7 PCs, clarifying certain dates, offer limits and impact on the company's accounting.

  • Facebook Reins In Spammy Auto-Sharing Apps with New Rule

    Premium-Inhalt. If you Facebook news feed is clogged with spammy updates from auto-sharing apps, this might help. Facebook a new rule that won't allow apps to automatically share on your timeline articles or videos unless you have been reading or watching for at least ten seconds.

  • Sandboxing deadline arrives: What it means for Apple, developers, and you

    Premium-Inhalt. Depending upon whom you ask, Friday, June 1 is the best or worst thing to come to the Mac App Store since it opened its doors in 2011. As of now, new and significantly updated apps submitted to Apple's Mac App Store must implement sandboxing.

  • Microsemi denies existence of backdoor in its chips, researchers disagree

    Premium-Inhalt. Semiconductor company Microsemi has issued a statement denying that one of its products, a popular silicon chip called ProASIC3, has a backdoor built into it.

  • Experts torn on Oracle's chances of appeal in Android copyright ruling

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle has pledged to appeal a judge's that Java APIs cited in its lawsuit against Google weren't subject to copyright protection, but legal scholars and attorneys not associated with the case expressed mixed opinions whether that would be successful.

  • Wall Street Beat: June starts slow but hope for tech in 2012 remains

    Premium-Inhalt. June is off to a rocky in the markets for technology companies as shares slump in the wake of troubling economic reports, though cooler heads appear to have confidence in the sector for the long term.

  • FAQ: Get going with Windows 8 Release Preview

    Premium-Inhalt. Yesterday Microsoft for Windows 8, the final public sneak peek for what the company keeps calling a "no compromise" version and "reimagining" of the decades-old OS.

  • Report: Obama ordered Stuxnet attacks on Iran

    Premium-Inhalt. U.S. President Barack Obama ordered the Stuxnet cyberattacks on Iran in an effort to slow the country's development of a nuclear program, according to a report in The New York Times.

  • Biology Meets Typography With DNA Sans

    Premium-Inhalt. DNA is pretty incredible stuff, but who thought it could be --and one that's at that?

  • STM's Vertical is a solid, though small, laptop bag

    Premium-Inhalt. I recently decided to embark on a journey of discovery. Surely, I thought, there must be life beyond Tom Bihn's popular . Fortunately, it didn't take long to find my first destination: STM's $70 . (I tested the Small version.)

  • Apple wins battle over nano-SIM standard

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple has won a battle over the standard for a smaller SIM card, use of which would leave more room for other components in future phone designs.

  • E3 Preview: What We Hope to See at E3 2012

    Premium-Inhalt. The 17th annual Electronic Entertainment Expo kicks off next week in Los Angeles, and PCWorld editors will be scouring the show floor all week in search of the most interesting gaming hardware and software. We learned a lot from our time at , but it's still tough to predict what the big news will be at E3 this year. Some of PCWorld's most passionate gamers took time to share their opinions on what to expect from E3 2012; read on for their thoughts, share your own in the comments, and bookmark PCWorld's blog to stay on top of our E3 2012 coverage.

  • Vimeo launches new Enhancer and SmartSound tools for video creators

    Premium-Inhalt. Today, two new features to their video sharing service, aiming to help users personalise and enhance their videos.

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