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Meldungen vom 27.06.2012

  • Bezahlen mit dem Handy im Einzelhandel soll im Herbst beginnen

    "mpass"

    Die drei führenden Mobilfunkanbieter in Deutschland wollen im Herbst ihr gemeinsam entwickeltes Bezahlsystem "mpass" einführen. …mehr

  • Sublime Text 2.0 ist fertig

    Mächtiger Cross-Platform-Editor

    Ob Coder oder Dichter - der Texteditor "Sublime Text" bietet mächtige Funktionen und läuft noch dazu unter Windows, OS X und Linux.  …mehr

  • Single Sign-On - ein Schlüssel, ein Ticket, weniger Kosten?

    CW-Webcast

    Drei Security-Experten an einem Tisch: Warum reicht künftig ein Passwort für die Anmeldung an allen Systemen? Wie trägt das zum unterbrechungsfreien Arbeiten bei? Fachleute aus Hersteller-, Anwender- und Analystensicht diskutieren.  …mehr

  • Jimdo schlägt achtstellige Finanzierung aus

    Hamburger Web-Firma

    Die Hamburger Web-Firma Jimdo hätte ihr Online-Marketing fremdfinanziert massiv ausbauen können. Doch die drei Gründer haben sich dagegen entschieden.  …mehr

  • Drei Klicks zur passenden SaaS-Lösung

    SaaS-Ecosystem startet eigene Plattform

    Der Cloud-Verband SaaS-EcoSystem startet eine Plattform, auf der Anwender Saas-Lösungen finden können. Der Service soll Transparenz schaffen.  …mehr

  • EU-Gericht reduziert Kartellstrafe gegen Microsoft

    "Nur" noch 860 Millionen Euro

    Der Software-Gigant Microsoft holt sich in Brüssel ein weiteres Mal eine blutige Nase. Der Europäische Gerichtshof (EuGH) hat eine millionenschwere Kartellstrafe gegen das Unternehmen bestätigt.  …mehr

  • Apple gewinnt US-Klage gegen Samsung-Tablet

    Patentstreit

    Apple hat im erbitterten Patentstreit mit dem koreanischen Konkurrenten Samsung auch in den USA gepunktet. …mehr

  • HPC-Instanzen jetzt auch in der EU Region West

    AWS

    Amazon Web Services (AWS) bietet jetzt auch außerhalb der USA HPC-Instanzen an.  …mehr

  • FBI verkündet "größten Schlag gegen Kreditkartenbetrüger"

    US-Bundespolizei

    Die Daten von vielen Millionen Kreditkarten fliegen jeden Tag durchs Internet - und einige werden von Betrügern abgefischt. Das FBI meldet jetzt den bisher größten Schlag gegen Kreditkartenbetrüger; auch in Deutschland gab es eine Festnahme.  …mehr

  • "Unsere SecurID-Tokens sind weiter sicher"

    RSA

    Die EMC-Tochter RSA hat Berichten widersprochen, wonach ihre "SecurID"-Tokens einfach zu hacken sind.  …mehr

  • Google gibt Ausblick auf die Zukunft

    I/O 2012

    Vor mehr als 5000 Software-Entwicklern stellt Google heute in San Francisco die Schwerpunkte seiner Strategie für künftige Internet-Anwendungen vor. …mehr

  • Polen wird BITKOM- und CeBIT-Partnerland

    2013

    Der IT-Brancheverband BITKOM und die CeBIT machen Polen zum offiziellen Partnerland 2013.  …mehr

  • Union gegen Kulturflatrate im Netz - Leitlinien gebilligt

    Urheberrecht

    Im Streit um das Urheberrecht im Internet sieht die Unionsfraktion im Bundestag keinen grundsätzlichen Reformbedarf. …mehr

  • Frei - aus Überzeugung!

    Freelancer

    Die meisten Freiberufler sind mit Herz und Seele selbständig und würden nicht (mehr) festangestellt arbeiten.  …mehr

  • Toshiba Qosmio DX730-10K im Test

    All-in-One PC

    Der erste All-in-One PC von Toshiba muss im Test beweisen, ob der weiße, unschuldige Schein trügt oder der Touch-PC mit Allround-Talenten punkten kann. Kann die Notebook-Hardware auch im fordernden Betrieb bestehen? Der Test deckt die Stärken und Schwächen des Lifestyle-Gerätes auf.  …mehr

  • Tipps zur Förderung von Wissensarbeitern

    Thesen von PAC und Hays

    Werden Wissensmanagement-Initiativen als IT-Projekte definiert, scheitern sie. Sie sollten auch beim Management und im HR-Bereich verankert sein.  …mehr

  • Die 7 schlimmsten KPI-Sünden

    Kennzahlensysteme in der Kritik

    Kennzahlensysteme sind beim ITSM erfolgskritisch. Doch KPIs sind nicht aus dem Business abgeleitet und werden zudem falsch definiert und interpretiert.  …mehr

  • Zu wenig Schlaf ist keine "erhebliche Beeinträchtigung"

    Was unter "Reisezeiten" zu verstehen ist

    Nach Ansicht eines Gerichts stellt eine Verkürzung der Nachtruhe auf wenige Stunden keinen Grund für eine Schadensersatzzahlung dar.  …mehr

  • Wenn Manager gehen müssen

    Führungstipp

    "Wir müssen uns von einer langjährigen Führungskraft trennen, weil wir umstrukturieren und das Geschäftsfeld aufgeben. Was können wir tun, um diese Trennung für ihn abzufedern?"  …mehr

  • Microsoft releases Office 365 for Education

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft on Wednesday launched a version of its Office 365 cloud collaboration suite specifically aimed at K-12 schools and universities.

  • Oracle: Partners with specializations are much more successful

    Premium-Inhalt. The story "Oracle: Partners with specializations are much more successful," posted to the wire on Tuesday, contained an incorrect reference to Oracle Linux in the eighth paragraph.

  • Changes to PCI rules: What you need to know

    Premium-Inhalt. The Payment Card Industry (PCI) rules related to the of customer card information play a big role in network design, and with some updated modifications to the PCI Data Security Standards (DSS) 2.0 guidelines kicking in at the end of the month, here's what you need to know.

  • Kensington unveils security devices for iPad, iPhone, Macs

    Premium-Inhalt. Accessory maker Kensington this week to help iOS and Mac users keep their products from ending up in the hands of thieves.

  • Google Glass, Sergey Brin, and The Greatest Show on Earth

    Premium-Inhalt. Since we already saw --Google's --back in April, Sergey Brin had to think big to keep us excited about the pet project at today's . Brin didn't disappoint: rather than rehash what Google Glass is, he demonstrated "why" it is--with the most PT-Barnum-Greatest-Show-On-Earth bravado a group of developers and tech journalists has ever witnessed.

  • Google Nexus 7 is Lightest of Leading 7-inch Tablets

    Premium-Inhalt. Google says its new tablet is thin and light, and a quick glance at the product suggests this is true--well, the "thin" part, at least. It's hard to gauge a tablet's weight until you're actually holding the thing in your hands.

  • Comcast to pay $800,000 to resolve FCC stand-alone broadband complaint

    Premium-Inhalt. Comcast will pay US$800,000 and agree to a yearlong extension of a requirement to provide inexpensive stand-alone broadband service after a U.S. Federal Communications Commission investigation into the company's compliance with conditions on its 2011 merger with NBCUniversal.

  • Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 blocked from sale in the US

    Premium-Inhalt. A federal court in California has blocked the sale of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in the U.S. in a patent dispute between Apple and Samsung.

  • HP, Oracle clash over software partnerships in closing trial arguments

    Premium-Inhalt. Lawyers for Hewlett-Packard and Oracle argued opposite views of independent software vendors' obligations to hardware makers on Tuesday in the closing arguments of a lawsuit over Oracle's decision to stop porting its products to HP's Itanium platform.

  • ATM fraud refunds may not come quickly, if at all

    Premium-Inhalt. In early April, A$800 vanished from my account, the result of a late-night withdrawal from a cash machine in a Sydney neighborhood I'd never been to before.

  • Remains of the Day: Going the distance

    Premium-Inhalt. In Asia, the iTunes Store is maneuvering and muscling for rank; Google+ for tablets is pouring through the turns; and one Twitter user points out that Apple is still thinking of the classic designer for whom it still burns. The remainders for Wednesday, June 27, 2012 are going for speed.

  • Google to give all I/O attendees a tablet, phone and Q cloud streaming device

    Premium-Inhalt. It's hard to one-up skydivers while being live-streamed through Google's computerized glasses. But Google's Vic Gundotra might have done that when he told developers that they would be leaving Google I/O with the Nexus 7 tablet and Nexus Q home streaming device, as well as a Galaxy Nexus 3 smartphone.

  • Google Now advances search, aims for Apple's Siri

    Premium-Inhalt. SAN FRANCISCO -- Google is taking search to another level.

  • Hands On With Google Nexus 7 Tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. Google's Nexus 7 tablet is on display here at , and I spent some time handling the device to see how it compares with its Android competition. And the truth is, my first impression is that it seems to get a lot right, but it's not a complete, compromise-free home run for Google. Here's why.

  • Will the Nexus Q be Google's key to developers' hearts?

    Premium-Inhalt. Google announced a consumer media-streaming device it calls the Nexus Q at its I/O conference, taking the fight to Apple, which has largely dominated the landscape of music- and video-friendly consumer devices with items including the iPad and Apple TV.

  • Google says new 'Jelly Bean' version of Android coming in July

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has taken the wraps off the next version of its Android operating system, known as Jelly Bean, which adds improvements to search, voice typing and notifications.

  • Google launches Nexus 7 tablet, Jelly Bean and spherical Nexus Q device for home use

    Premium-Inhalt. As expected, Google on Wednesday announced a $199, 7-inch tablet called Nexus 7 that will run on Android 4.1, dubbed Jelly Bean.

  • Orbitz says 'we're not fixing Mac results' in hotel scandal

    Premium-Inhalt. Following reports that Orbitz is attempting to profit from Mac users by offering them more expensive hotel rooms, the online hotel booking business has responded claiming that they offer the same hotels in search, regardless of the platform.

  • Apple planning $1b data centre in Nevada

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple is planning to invest $1 billion in building a data centre and a business centre in Reno, Nevada.

  • Apple responsible for metal panel shortages

    Premium-Inhalt. Taking the lead from Apple, PC manufacturers are now favouring metal chassis for their laptops. However, according to reports, there is a shortage of slim metal panels in the supply chain and Apple is to blame.

  • Kutcher filming Jobs's LSD scenes

    Premium-Inhalt. Filming for the Jobs movie staring Aston Kutcher has taken to a field in Santa Clarita, California so that Kutcher can act scenes in which Apple co-founder Steve Jobs gets high on LSD.

  • Gap allowed to develop site Apple was declined

    Premium-Inhalt. The Gap has been granted planning permission to develop a site where Apple was turned down.

  • Police hunt London riot suspects with 'CCTV' app

    Premium-Inhalt. The Metropolitan Police have called on Londoners to report sightings of suspects in the London riots last year, using the force's Facewatch iPhone app.

  • Apple offers Retina display Q&A to confused users

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's offering detailed information on its support website for those who are confused about what display settings they should be using for the MacBook Pro with Retina Display.

  • Poll: 50% expect Microsoft Surface to beat the iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. More than 60 percent of the respondents to a poll by technology website believe the iPad's days as the dominant tablet are numbered, with the majority of these predicting that the Microsoft Surface can beat Apple's all-conquering device.

  • iOS users 50% more likely to stick with apps than Android users

    Premium-Inhalt. iOS users are more than 50 percent more likely than Android users to stick with an app, according to analyst firm .

  • Tropicana Font Uses Island Images

    Premium-Inhalt. If you need graphical elements, Tropicana--a TrueType dingbats font from Blue Vinyl, maker of --may awaken your inner beachcomber. Tropicana comprises 26 different depictions including fish, hibiscus, palm trees, a parrot, seashells, tiki, and umbrella drinks.

  • Google's Nexus 7 could force Apple's hand on 'iPad Mini'

    Premium-Inhalt. Google's new Nexus 7 tablet may be aimed more at Amazon and its Kindle Fire than Apple and its iPad, but Apple will not be able to ignore the low-end of the tablet market dominated by 7-in. devices, analysts said today.

  • Google unveils 7-inch tablet, new Android version

    Premium-Inhalt. Google today announced its first tablet product, the Nexus 7, fitted with a powerful quadcore processor and specifically designed to work with the expanding Google Play, the online media and apps site.

  • Ask the magic 8-ball: Google's Nexus Q brings Play to the home

    Premium-Inhalt. Google rolled out what it's calling the world's first social streaming media player Wednesday at its I/O developer conference. The Nexus Q is available through the Google Play Store for $299 and is expected to ship sometime in mid-July.

  • Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 blocked from sale in the US

    Premium-Inhalt. A federal court in California has blocked the sale of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in the U.S. in a patent dispute between Apple and Samsung

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