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Premium-Inhalt. Roughly 30% of players in the free-to-play MMO World of Tanks spend real world money to upgrade or add cosmetic changes to their vehicles. It's a phenomenal conversion rate, and likely the highest in the crowded Free-to-Play market.
Premium-Inhalt. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison declared the company is ready to offer "the most comprehensive cloud on the planet Earth," during a webcast event on Wednesday.
Premium-Inhalt. What began as True Crime: Hong Kong has evolved into one of the most impressive open world games at . Sleeping Dogs will allow players to immerse themselves in all aspects of the Hong Kong underworld, going deep undercover as Wei Shen, who's out to take down the Triads. The game offers a trio of explosive gameplay options, including vehicular combat, martial arts and assorted guns and weapons. Jeff O'Connell, senior producer on Sleeping Dogs at United Front Games, talks about the new open-world action adventure in this exclusive interview.
Premium-Inhalt. Most computer users do most of their clicking on the left side of the mouse. Many (though not all) make good use of the right button as well. And a handful leverage the middle button.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft Word has a built-in spelling checker with a touch of grammar smarts, but it will never highlight a big word and ask whether you can swap it for a small one, or note that a verb is weak and deserves replacing. For that kind of advice, you must turn to a dedicated product such as ClearEdits, an $80 add-in for Microsoft Word.
Premium-Inhalt. As you all know by now, the Kinect is a pretty epic piece of kit. But did you know that you can use the Kinect to pause, rewind, or fast-forward any video you watch using your Xbox 360? It's true--but it's also awkward to do at best.
Premium-Inhalt. The next generation of Wi-Fi -- the superfast IEEE 802.11ac standard -- will integrate a range of technologies on the same chip, as Marvell showed this week at Taiwan's giant annual Computex show. The semiconductor vendor announced a chip that will include 11ac with Bluetooth and near-field communications (NFC).
Premium-Inhalt. LinkedIn today confirmed reports that some of its users' passwords have been compromised.
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Premium-Inhalt. The , available as of May 31, is one of the last steps before the new OS launches "for the holidays", to quote a by Windows president Steven Sinofsky.
Premium-Inhalt. In response to widespread reports of a massive at LinkedIn, the company Wednesday confirmed that passwords belonging to "some" of its members have been compromised.
Premium-Inhalt. After years of battling Linux as a competitive threat, Microsoft is now offering Linux-based operating systems on its Windows Azure cloud service.
Premium-Inhalt. Oracle rolled out a new Platinum Services offering that it claims will set a new high standard in the IT industry during a webcast event on Wednesday featuring CEO Larry Ellison and co-president Mark Hurd.
Premium-Inhalt. The Computerworld story, "Microsoft will update Windows Update to stymie Flame-like attacks," which posted to the newswire Wednesday, has been changed on the wire at the request of Computerworld. This is the link to the revised story, which has new 22nd and 23rd paragraphs: http://www.idgns.com/news.nsf/0/852573C40069388200257A150070B2B1.
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Premium-Inhalt. It's been clear for some time that has a strong interest in Linux; but on Tuesday, the company put its money where its mouth is and made the $500,000 annual investment necessary to become a platinum member of the Linux Foundation.
Premium-Inhalt. The official World Launch event, which began at 8 p.m. EDT yesterday, passed with little if any attention from the typical Internet user. For some in the Internet engineering community, however, the day marked the culmination of two decades' worth of work.
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Premium-Inhalt. Google announced Wednesday that its mobile version of Google Maps is going offline, Street View is going off road with a new backpack-sized camera, and Google Earth will soon be serving up eye-popping new 3D imagery that you'll be able to "fly" above.
Premium-Inhalt. Keyboard shortcuts—such as Command-C for Copy—have long been a quick and easy way to access common application actions. But how do you learn those shortcuts? I’ve of , a handy utility for quickly viewing all the keyboard shortcuts available from within the current app. (I’ve even included it in our new .)
Premium-Inhalt. The hot mobile phone market appears to be cooling down.
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Premium-Inhalt. Despite the recent lackluster employment figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there's cause for optimism on the IT hiring front, according to Dice.com. In a poll of 800 IT-focused hiring managers and recruiters, the tech jobs site found 73% plan to increase hiring in the second half of the year compared to the first six months of 2012.
Premium-Inhalt. Google began warning users today of its Gmail online email services when it suspects they may be targets of "state-sponsored" attacks.
Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo said it will roll out globally this week a new antispam specification intended to make it easier for service providers to confidently discard suspicious email messages.
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.
Premium-Inhalt. Hong Kong firms report an average of 54 new security attack attempts each week, with successful incidents costing them an estimated average of US$159,244, said Check Point that recently announced a report named The Impact of Cybercrime on Businesses.
Premium-Inhalt. This year there's a Summer Olympics, a European football contest, and a US presidential election. The Olympics return to London for the first time since 1948, the Euro Cup comes to Poland and Ukraine, and the US election hinges on only a few states as the USA still uses a colonial-era "electoral college" which supersedes the popular vote."
Premium-Inhalt. WASHINGTON D.C. -- Jason Palmer has some pretty straightforward advice for executives looking to derive more value from technology: be a contrarian.
Premium-Inhalt. ORLANDO, Fla. -- Look out, information technology managers, Mac computers are invading the enterprise, and though you may have been able to slam the door on them in the past, the era of "no Macs need apply" is coming to an end in the PC-dominated workaday world.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on June 11, and Apple will hold a keynote that morning--during which the company will likely talk about OS X Mountain Lion, the next version of iOS, new Macs, and even the next iPhone. We don't know for sure what to expect, but we can count on Apple to have lots of interesting things for us to think about.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today announced it will issue an update to its Windows Update to prevent copy-cat hackers from duplicating Flame's feat of infecting fully-patched PCs by faking the service.
Premium-Inhalt. Long before the Toshiba Excite 7.7 got its name, its prospects were cause for excitement. The tablet's beefy Nvidia Tegra 3-powered specs, its slim and lightweight design, its Android 4.02 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, and its high-resolution AMOLED display all made it a front-runner challenger on paper.