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  • Countdown für Green-IT-Award läuft

    Jetzt bewerben

    Noch bis zum 13. Juli 2012 können sich Unternehmen und Institutionen um den Green IT Best Practice Award 2012 bewerben. Bundesumweltminister Peter Altmaier ist der neue Schirmherr. …mehr

  • Die Microsoft-Show - weg vom Biedermann-Image

    WPC 2012

    Bislang scheint die Computerwelt klar aufgeteilt: Hier der angesagte Hersteller Apple mit seinen coolen Designstücken. Dort der biedere Rivale Microsoft, dessen Software auf hässlichen Plastikkisten läuft. Doch Microsoft arbeitet am Imagewandel.  …mehr

  • Musik-Streaming aus dem Netz wird Teil des Alltags

    Bitkom

    Das Musikhören direkt aus dem Internet ist für 4,5 Millionen Menschen in Deutschland zu einer regelmäßigen Gewohnheit geworden. …mehr

  • OS X 10.8 "Mountain Lion" ist fertig

    Mac-Betriebssystem

    Apple hat mit der Verteilung des "Golden Master" von OS X 10.8 "Mountain Lion" an registrierte Entwickler begonnen.  …mehr

  • Jaspersoft 4.7 bringt interaktives Reporting

    Business Intelligence

    Der Open-Source-BI-Anbieter Jaspersoft kündigt heute die neue Version 4.7 seiner gleichnamigen Business-Intelligence-Lösung an.  …mehr

  • Aivia Xenon Touchpad Mouse von Gigabyte

    Gadget des Tages

    Die neue Touchpad-Mouse aus dem Hause Gigabyte lässt sich sowohl als Mouse mit Multitouch-Funktionalität, wie auch als Touchpad verwenden. …mehr

  • LG entwickelt eigenen Quad-Core-Prozessor für Smartphones

    L9

    Ähnlich wie Samsung will LG bei der Fertigung neuer Smartphones stärker als bisher auf Kompontenten der Tochterfirmen vertrauen. Unter anderem entwickelt LG einen eigenen, L9 genannten Quad-Core-Prozessor auf ARM-Basis. …mehr

  • In Cobol entwickeln - mit Visual Studio 2012

    Micro Focus und Microsoft

    Cobol-Entwickler können jetzt auch die Microsoft-IDE "Visual Studio 2012" verwenden.  …mehr

  • Google veröffentlicht "Jelly-Bean"-Quellcode

    Android 4.1

    Google hat fünf Tage früher als angekündigt den Quellcode von Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" im Android Open Source Project (AOSP) bereitgestellt.  …mehr

  • Kleines Update für das Samsung Galaxy SIII erhältlich

    Samsung-Flaggschiff

    Das Samsung Galaxy S3 bekommt ein weiteres Update, mit dem der Hersteller dem Telefon neue Funktionen spendiert und einige kritisiert Unzulänglichkeiten beseitigt. Außerdem soll die Stabilität und Reaktionsgeschwindigkeit des Systems verbessert werden. …mehr

  • BYOD-Management ganzheitlich absichern

    CW-Webcast

    BYOD und die Frage der Datensicherheit: Im kostenlosen Video-Webcast dreht sich alles um eine sichere Enterprise Mobility.  …mehr

  • Intel kauft sich bei ASML ein - AMD schrumpft

    Halbleiter

    Der Chip-Hersteller AMD kommt im Wettbewerb mit Marktführer Intel nicht voran. Das Unternehmen leidet unter einer sich abschwächenden Nachfrage in Europa, während sich Intel mit einem milliardenschweren Zukauf verstärkt.  …mehr

  • Neues Windows 8 kommt im Oktober

    WPC12

    Das Warten hat ein Ende: In wenigen Monaten kommt das neue Microsoft-Betriebssystem Windows 8 auf den Markt. …mehr

  • Anhörung gegen Kim Dotcom auf nächstes Jahr vertagt

    Auslieferung

    Die Anhörung zum US-Auslieferungsantrag gegen den in Neuseeland lebenden deutschen Gründer der inzwischen gesperrten Online-Tauschplattform Megaupload, Kim Dotcom, ist auf das kommende Jahr verschoben worden. …mehr

  • Katastrophen-Warnung aufs Smartphone

    Fraunhofer-Projekt

    Ein Exempel für moderne Behörden-Kommunikation: Berlin hat "Katwarn" installiert - das System informiert Bürger gezielt über Gefahrenlagen in ihrer Umgebung.  …mehr

  • Panasonic TX-P42GT50E im Test

    Plasma-TV

    Der Panasonic TX-42GT50E basiert auf einem Plasma-Panel. Die Bildqualität des 42-Zöllers ist sehr gut, der Stromverbrauch vergleichsweise hoch.  …mehr

  • Die neuen Entwicklertugenden

    Agile Softwareentwicklung

    In Zeiten von Scrum, eXtreme Programming und Kanban rücken neue Developer Skills in den Vordergrund. Was agile Unternehmen von Software-Ingenieuren erwarten und was sie bieten, erklärt ein Experte.  …mehr

  • Virtualisierung und Cloud bei KMU unbeliebt

    Studie von Dell

    Eine Dell- und Intel-Studie zeigt die Realität: Virtualisierung und Cloud sind bei kleineren Unternehmen unbeliebt. Und das wird wohl so bleiben.  …mehr

  • Eine Smart Card für Linux und Windows

    Security bei der LVM Versicherung

    Die LVM Versicherung hat ihre Benutzerauthentisierung vereinheitlicht: An allen Clients - ob Linux oder Windows - melden sich die User nun mit einer Karte an.  …mehr

  • Kalifornische Veranstaltungsplattform Eventbrite startet in Deutschland

    Gründerszene

    Silicon-Valley-Investor und Gründer Kevin Hartz will mit dem Online-Dienst das Kaufen und Verkaufen von Tickets erleichtern.  …mehr

  • Dotcom extradition hearing delayed until 2013

    Premium-Inhalt. Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has had his extradition hearing postponed until March next year.

  • US political convention sites brace for flood of mobile traffic

    Premium-Inhalt. Weeks before the U.S. Republican and Democratic national conventions that will anoint each party's nominee for president, special equipment to boost cellular signals in each party's venues is already nearly installed.

  • ISPs credited with dampening DNSChanger's impact

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite warnings of a possible Internet meltdown, the servers that once controlled the DNSChanger Trojan that infected millions of computers were taken down without incident.

  • Remains of the Day: Up to something

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Ballmer's got his dukes up, Mike Daisey's got his dander up, and one judge's ruling on Samsung's tablets is on the up and up. The remainders for Tuesday, July 10, 2012 solemnly swear that they are up to no good.

  • EXCLUSIVE - JAPAN 2012, Pt 4: Flexibility was key concept behind HUS' evolution, says Hitachi

    Premium-Inhalt. In April, launched its new Hitachi Unified Storage (HUS) platform in Australia.

  • These Kinect-Style Augmented Reality Goggles Can Land You a Date (But Not a Real One)

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're feeling a little lonely, technology is always there to help. Not only can you meet people via social networks, you could also create a so your friends can virtually follow you wherever you go. But if that isn't enough for you, you can take it one step further and make .

  • How to Build a Data Protection Plan That Ensures Application Recovery

    Premium-Inhalt. The availability of services and applications to employees and customers is more critical than ever before, but many organizations still focus their data protection objectives on data and servers rather than applications.

  • Understanding for the '80 percenters'

    Premium-Inhalt. Those of us with a technical bent sometimes forget how the majority see their digital devices -- as appliances like a washing machine or television that Should Just Work.

  • Outsourced home agents market to double by 2015

    Premium-Inhalt. The number of outsourced home agents will double by 2015 thanks to innovations around security, vertical market expansion, and forays beyond the traditional US market, according to Ovum. However, while this model will outgrow facilities-based outsourcing in terms of overall pace, it will remain a niche until longstanding enterprise concerns around data security, agent supervision, and fostering a team atmosphere across a virtual model are overcome.

  • CasaTunes music server adds AirPlay compatibility

    Premium-Inhalt. , maker of multi-room music servers that allow users to hear their tunes anywhere in the house, has upgraded its operating system to let iPhone and iPad users wirelessly stream their audio using Apple's AirPlay feature.

  • IBM: Analytics can help businesses make smarter financial decisions

    Premium-Inhalt. There is increasing pressure to gain more visibility, insight, and control to drive the firm's financial stability. To meet these demands, organizations are placing greater emphasis on end-to-end reporting, scenario modeling, optimizing, and effective planning and forecasting.

  • SAP: Mobile devices will be primary platform for accessing data, apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Mobility, cloud and in-memory computing are emerging as the top trends in the enterprise space today and in the coming years, says SAP at a recent forum.

  • Computer Learns Board Games From Two-Minute Clips, Beats Humans Right After

    Premium-Inhalt. As of right now, we're officially one step closer to Skynet. Like the computer antagonist, computer scientist is capable of learning at accelerated speeds. Unlike everyone's favorite , this one doesn't need military-grade hardware--it just needs a laptop with a 4GB RAM, a 2.13GHz Intel L9600 processor, and only one processor core.

  • Type Less, Write More with PhraseExpress

    Premium-Inhalt. PhraseExpress is a utility ($50 for commercial use, free for personal use) that helps automate the typing of commonly-used text or phrases, such as "Please check snopes.com before forwarding me another urgent message, Mom." While many word processors have such features built-in, PhraseExpress is universal; it will enter the text in any application that accepts text, including browser forms, spreadsheets, and so on. Thus, users need to set up their text only once, and have it available in any context.

  • Equinix completes acquisition of Asia Tone for US$230.5 million

    Premium-Inhalt. Equinix has completed the acquisition of Hong Kong-based data centre provider Asia Tone in an all cash transaction valued at $230.5 million, the data centre services provider announced today.

  • How the DNSChanger malware works

    Premium-Inhalt. Monday, 9 July, was supposed to be 'Internet Doomsday' when the US' Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was to shut down servers associated with the DNSChanger malware. As a result, computers infected with this threat were to be cut off from the Internet.

  • Telcos and manufacturers looking at SDNs to combat bandwidth issues

    Premium-Inhalt. Service providers in the region face the challenge of utilising their network bandwidth more efficiently, but one solution could be software defined networks (SDNs).

  • Gets To The Exit for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Reminiscent of the popular 90s video game Lemmings, Gets To The Exit is a puzzle game for iPhone and iPod touch in which the player's aim is to guide the Tribesmen to the exit safely.

  • Mike Daisey invites journalist critics to watch revised Apple monologue

    Premium-Inhalt. Mike Daisey has revised his "The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs" monologue, and has invited media critics to be part of the audience, it has been reported.

  • Apple climbs up Fortune 500 ranking

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple is ranked at number 55 in , the company was previously ranked at number 111 in Fortune's ranking of the world's largest corporations.

  • Angry Birds makers working on new Angry Pigs game

    Premium-Inhalt. Rovio, the developers behind Angry Birds, are working on a sequel to the best selling app that will be played from the pigs' perspective.

  • Apple iOS platform market share grows to 17.3 per cent in China

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's iOS market in China has grown to 17.3 per cent in the June quarter, a significant increase from the 9.9 per cent share the company had a year ago.

  • Tim Cook 'settled Apple's $60m trademark payoff from his own pocket'

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this month Apple reportedly to the Chinese company Proview to settle a legal dispute over use of the iPad trademark. And Proview's CEO has suggested controversially that Apple boss Tim Cook cracked open his own wallet to find the money.

  • How Alan Turing set the rules for computing

    Premium-Inhalt. The 13th and 14th paragraphs of the June 22 story, "How Alan Turing set the rules for computing," conflate two different ideas that can be misconstrued as a single idea. As they are not critical to the story, those paragraphs have been removed from the story on the newswire.

  • Wacom releases Cintiq 24HD touch with multi-touch screen, plus 22-inch Cintiq 22HD

    Premium-Inhalt. Wacom has launched two new Cintiq interactive pen displays, the Cintiq 24HD touch and Cintiq 22HD - which join the already-available Cintiq 24HD.

  • Eyeon releases Fusion 6.4 for advanced VFX

    Premium-Inhalt. Eyeon Software has released Fusion 6.4 today, an update to what the company calls 'the fastest compositor on the market today'.

  • Mountain Lion launch imminent, GM with developers

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple developers have their hands on the final gold master version of OS X Mountain Lion and OS X Lion Server.

  • Next Up for Ultrabook Laptops: 3D Displays, Sensors, and HD Screens

    Premium-Inhalt. have made a lot of progress as the hottest ultrathin Windows laptops on the market, but the features we've seen so far may be just the tip of the iceberg. Third-generation Ultrabooks will likely sport more advanced features than currently available, including high-definition displays, new types of sensors, 3D screens, and more.

  • Elgato Thunderbolt SSD

    Premium-Inhalt. Thunderbolt, the high-speed interconnect standard, launched in February 2011 with Apple's springtime updates to the MacBook Pro. Yet useful products to use it remain relatively thin on the ground. Elgato's is one of very few portable storage drives to use Thunderbolt. It's a fast drive but it also highlights some current issues with the implementation of the standard that means it cannot perform close to its potential. Read more .

  • London 2012: Official Join In app

    Premium-Inhalt. Free for , , and , the official Join In from the London 2012 organising committee is intended to help everyone feel part of this summer's Olympic Games. To that end it focusses on more than just the Olympic sport: Join In showcases the myriad sporting and cultural events that make up the modern Olympiad, helping you to get involve in events close to you. See also:

  • Wireless Hall of Fame inducting carrier honchos, "father of switching"

    Premium-Inhalt. 2012 inductees include one pioneer sometimes called the "Father of switching" and others who led big carriers such as AT&T and Verizon into advanced wireless markets.

  • Arbico Elite 5357 OCX

    Premium-Inhalt. With its Intel Core i5-3570K overclocked from 3.4GHz up to 4.4GHz, the Elite 537 OCX from Arbico turns in some impressive performance scores.

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