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  • Apple geht im Tablet-Streit weiter gegen Samsung vor

    Design

    Apple lässt im Kampf gegen die Tablet-Computer seines koreanischen Rivalen Samsung nicht locker. …mehr

  • Flame missbraucht Windows Update

    Falsches Zertifikat

    Der kürzlich entdeckte Flame-Virus geht wirklich ausgesprochen trickreich zu Werke.  …mehr

  • Investor warnt Startups vor schlechten Zeiten

    Facebook-Börsenflop

    Schon im Hype vor dem Facebook-Börsengang hatten Experten gewarnt, ein Scheitern könnte verheerende Folgen für kleinere Internet-Firmen haben. Jetzt ist die Aktie im Keller, ein Investor stimmt Start-ups und Silicon Valley auf harte Zeiten ein. …mehr

  • Elecom baby bean - offiziell kleinste PC-Maus der Welt

    Gadget des Tages

    Die weltweit kleinste PC-Maus ist laut Guiness World Records die baby bean von Elecom. Der kabellose Winzling im Bohnen-Design tastet mit 1.200 dpi ab. …mehr

  • Neue Kreditkarten weisen Sicherheitsmängel auf

    NFC

    Mit einer neuen Funktechnik ausgestattete Kreditkarten weisen nach einem Bericht des Bayerischen Fernsehens gravierende Sicherheitsmängel auf. …mehr

  • Apple will Google Maps vom iPhone und iPad werfen

    Eigene Kartensoftware

    Die Hinweise werden konkreter: Apple dürfte auf seinen iPhones und iPads die Google-Karten durch einen eigenen Dienst ersetzen. …mehr

  • Ebay verschiebt neue Zahlungsabwicklung auf 2013

    BaFin verlangt Lizenz

    Ebay wird nach eigenen Angaben vor der Einführung seiner neuen Zahlungsabwicklung zusätzliche regulatorische Zustimmung einholen.  …mehr

  • Firefox und Thunderbird in neuen Versionen

    Mozilla

    Mozilla veröffentlicht heute neue Versionen des "Firefox"-Browsers und "Thunderbird"-Email-Programms.  …mehr

  • Facebook arbeitet an Zugang für jüngere Kinder

    Parental Control

    Bei Facebook darf man sich offiziell nur ab 13 Jahren anmelden. …mehr

  • Der Buchmarkt schrumpft und hofft auf das E-Book

    Börsenverein

    Das E-Book soll dem schrumpfenden deutschen Buchmarkt aus der Krise helfen. Nur der Internet-Buchhandel legt weiter deutlich zu.  …mehr

  • Microsoft baut Unterhaltung mit Xbox aus - Sony lässt zaubern

    E3

    Microsoft setzt noch stärker auf seine Spielekonsole Xbox als Herzstück für vernetzte Unterhaltung im Wohnzimmer. …mehr

  • BYOD ist in deutschen Unternehmen angekommen

    Studie von Matrix42

    Die Nutzung privater Geräte im Business-Umfeld, neudeutsch "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) genannt, ist auch hierzulande bereits Realität. Wirklich darauf vorbereitet sind jedoch nur die wenigsten Firmen.  …mehr

  • Asus VK278Q im Test

    27-Zoll TFT-Bildschirm

    Der TFT-Bildschirm Asus VK278Q ist ein 27-Zöller mit Full-HD-Auflösung. Der Monitor glänzt mit schnellen Reaktionszeiten und guter Bildqualität.  …mehr

  • Notebook fit machen für mobiles Internet

    Ratgeber Laptop

    Mini-Drucker, größere Festplatte, Internet unterwegs – so rüsten Sie Ihr Notebook auf für den Bürotag im Biergarten oder einfach zum Zeitvertreib im Zug.  …mehr

  • App-Store für Microsofts Windows 8

    Metro-Apps online kaufen

    Mit Windows 8 kommt PC-Software künftig aus dem App-Store. Microsoft eifert damit Apple und Google nach - für den Windows-Tablets-Erfolg.  …mehr

  • Ein Tag im Leben eines CIO

    Zwischen RZ und Aufnahmestudio

    Broadcast-Technik, Lautheitsverordnung und ein Film der Medien-Azubis über ihre Arbeit - auch damit beschäftigt sich ein CIO, wenn er bei einem Fernsehsender arbeitet. CW-Redakteurin Karen Funk hat Andreas König von ProSiebenSat.1 Media einen Tag lang begleitet.  …mehr

  • Was bewegt deutsche IT-Abteilungen?

    Exklusivstudie IT-Kompass 2012

    Mobility, Vernetzung mit Geschäftspartnern sowie Unterstützung für Marketing und Vertrieb fordern die IT künftig stärker heraus. Deren erste Priorität ist jedoch immer noch die Sicherheit der Daten und Systeme, so der diesjährige "IT-Kompass".  …mehr

  • HP's Livermore recalls close partnership with Oracle, now soured

    Premium-Inhalt. Former Hewlett-Packard enterprise business chief Ann Livermore recalled a close working relationship with Oracle co-President Safra Catz, and the moves by Oracle that eventually eroded the companies' partnership, in a Silicon Valley courthouse on Monday.

  • Hands on with Windows RT and Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4

    Premium-Inhalt. The story "Hands on with Windows RT and Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4," which ran on the wire Tuesday, misidentified the version of Windows RT that was running on the Qualcomm tablet. It was the Windows 8 Release Preview.

  • Amazon acquires publisher Avalon to boost own content

    Premium-Inhalt. Amazon.com has acquired publisher Avalon Books, in a deal that gives the online retailer publication rights to over 3,000 backlist titles in the romance, mystery, and Western genres, the company said Monday.

  • Panasonic: TVs must become interactive portals to survive

    Premium-Inhalt. Televisions must evolve to become fully interactive and connected to online services in order to keep their position at the center of the home, a Panasonic executive said Tuesday.

  • Samsung Galaxy S III Pre-Orders Start June 6 for AT&T and Verizon

    Premium-Inhalt. The Samsung Galaxy S III news keeps on rolling in. AT&T and Verizon both announced that they will start taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S III on June 6. You can starting at 7 AM EDT or .

  • Is ad personalization a threat to privacy?

    Premium-Inhalt. Last week, I was doing some research about my upcoming trip to Tanzania. I was browsing the web, looking for good deals on trip packages, reading feedback and comments from people who went on a similar trip, checking prerequisites (shots, visas) ---basically general research anyone would do when going on a trip to a place where they've never been, or looking to buy a new product and trying to choose from the selections.

  • Remains of the Day: Rise of the machines

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPhone may get another prepaid offering, many Macs might be getting makeovers, and Woz may be getting even more ... eccentric. The remainders for Tuesday, June 5, 2012 would like to welcome our new robot overlords.

  • 5 Things You Need To Know About The Elder Scrolls Online

    Premium-Inhalt. Plenty of Elder Scrolls fans are cynical about the impending release of The Elder Scrolls Online, and understandably so; the game looks like a generic fantasy MMORPG from five years ago. After checking out the game at E3 we can confirm that The Elder Scrolls Online is a hardcore fantasy MMORPG for PC and Mac, so if you're not into that sort of game you probably ought to steer clear of this one when it comes out next year. But if you're a fan of the Elder Scrolls series, I'm filing this report from the E3 show floor to tell you that you ought to be interested in how Zenimax Studios is designing The Elder Scrolls Online. Here's a few reasons why:

  • Six Good Reasons to Download Firefox 13

    Premium-Inhalt. Between its use of and speed gains through Firefox 13 has been generating excitement for some time already. Now, the final version of the software is here at last.

  • Hands on with Pris camera app for iOS

    Premium-Inhalt. Thanks to our smartphones, many of us have a camera in our pockets at all times. And while you can take great photos with your iPhone using Apple's Camera app, there are alternatives that can offer capabilities you won't find in the stock offering. Digital Arch's new app, , aims to make it easier to take better photos.

  • Ninja Theory Gives Capcom's Devil May Cry a Reboot

    Premium-Inhalt. After a decade's worth of best-selling action adventure games from Japan, Devil May Cry's protagonist Dante has headed West with a new master, the UK developer Ninja Theory. The new team hopes to breathe fresh life into the Devil May Cry franchise, which now goes by DmC. The reboot chronicles demon hunter Dante's early years, set against a contemporary backdrop. Alex Jones, producer for DmC at Capcom, talks about what's in store in this new take on the classic third-person perspective action series in this exclusive interview.

  • Analyst predicts Facebook will 'disappear' in 5 to 8 years

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook will become something of a has-been within five to eight years, according to one analyst.

  • The Cisco security directive

    Premium-Inhalt. Chris Young just celebrated his six-month anniversary as senior vice president of the recently formed Cisco Security Group reporting to Cisco CTO Padmasree Warrior. He brings an interesting perspective to the position, hailing as he does from VMware and RSA. Young was senior vice president and general manager for VMware's end user computing solutions and, prior to that, senior vice president for products at RSA. After hearing Cisco CEO John Chambers proclaim in a recent teleconference that we could expect to see Cisco make big strides in security with Young onboard, Network World Editor in Chief John Dix tracked Young down for his vision and plans.

  • Google Buys Quickoffice in Preemptive Microsoft Strike

    Premium-Inhalt. In a move that could be designed to outflank Microsoft in the office productivity app market, Google announced Tuesday it had acquired Quickoffice, a mobile app that allows users to work on Microsoft Office documents on iOS and Android systems.

  • Cloudera moves Hadoop beyond MapReduce

    Premium-Inhalt. With the latest update to its Apache Hadoop distribution, Cloudera has provided the possibility of using data processing algorithms beyond the customary MapReduce, the company announced Tuesday.

  • Facebook joins Google, ISPs in notifying DNSChanger victims

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook has started notifying victims of the DNSChanger malware who visit the social networking site that their computers will be cut off from the Internet on July 9, if they don't clean them until that time.

  • Next-gen firewalls can handle the heat

    Premium-Inhalt. In Network World's two-part test, reviewers David Newman and Joel Snyder put  next-generation firewalls through the ringer. They found that products could forward packets at an impressive clip but throughput dropped with advanced security features were turned on.

  • Stay Motivated to Get Fit With Fitocracy

    Premium-Inhalt. Fitocracy is a free (ad-supported) cloud-based service. You can create an account or login using an existing Facebook, Twitter, or Runkeeper account. You then enter some basic information, such as your height and weight (don't worry; it's kept hidden!), and your exercise interests.

  • Google buys QuickOffice: what it means to you

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has acquired , which makes ( Macworld rated 4 out of 5 mice ) one of the leading iPad office suites. At the very least, the acquisition will give iPad users a compelling alternative to iWork and other iOS suites.

  • Nintendo Pins Hopes on Wii U and Games

    Premium-Inhalt. It's all about the games, is Nintendo's message here at Electronic Entertainment Expo. During its E3 press conference Tuesday the game maker stressed new games . In total Nintendo unleashed 23 games during its presentation and highlighted game play over the unique gamming system.

  • Mobile application management (MAM) has put MDM in its place

    Premium-Inhalt. This vendor-written tech primer has been edited by Network World to eliminate product promotion, but readers should note it will likely favor the submitter's approach.

  • FCC looks to regulate middle-mile connections

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will look into new regulations of middle-mile broadband connections used by many businesses and owned largely by AT&T and Verizon Communications, the agency said.

  • NetApp boosts entry-level array performance

    Premium-Inhalt. NetApp on Tuesday announced a major upgrade to its entry-level Fabric Attached Storage (FAS) array that increases performance by as much as three times while also adding six times more memory.

  • 330M North American mobile subscriptions in Q1, Ericsson says

    Premium-Inhalt. Total mobile smartphone and tablet subscriptions in North America reached 330 million in the first quarter of 2012, or about one-third the number in either China or India, in a 28-page report released Tuesday.

  • Meet the 2012 CIO 100 Award Winners

    Premium-Inhalt. Accenture

  • Researchers predict advent of 'resource-as-a-service' clouds

    Premium-Inhalt. Today's IaaS (infrastructure as a service) cloud platforms allow customers to rent virtualized servers and storage on demand, typically by the hour. But in the future, such services could be sold in a much more efficient and granular manner, with specific resources, such as CPU cycles and memory, rented for just a few seconds, according to new research.

  • 5 Best Ecommerce Software Platforms for Small Business

    Premium-Inhalt. Ecommerce is taking a bigger portion of overall retail sales in the United States. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, . With this kind of spending, it's not surprising to see more small businesses moving some, or all, operations online.

  • HP's Livermore was 'furious and appalled' at Oracle dropping Itanium

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard enterprise chief Ann Livermore was "furious and appalled" when she saw Oracle's announcement that it would end development for HP's Itanium server chips, she said in a San Jose, California, court on Tuesday.

  • Apple faces delay in bid for ban on US sales of Galaxy Tab 10.1

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's bid to get a ban on sales in the U.S. of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet has been delayed after a federal court in California said on Monday it could not rule right away on Apple's request for a preliminary injunction, while the matter is before an appeals court.

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