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  • Einfach mal (Gadgets) abschalten

    Neuer Trend im Valley

    Einem Medienbericht zufolge schalten immer mehr Manager im Silicon Valley ihre Smartphones und Rechner ab und zu ganz ab und gönnen sich eine Auszeit.  …mehr

  • Daten- und Mobilfunkgeschäft stützt AT&T

    Erwartungen getroffen

    Der amerikanische Telekomkonzern AT&T hat im zweiten Quartal erneut von einem starken Mobilfunk- und Datengeschäft profitiert. …mehr

  • EMC sieht kein Ende des Cloud-Booms

    Ausblick bekräftigt

    Der weltgrößte Speicherhersteller EMC hat auch im zweiten Quartal vom Boom der Datenspeicher für Cloud-Anwendungen profitiert und seinen Ausblick für das laufende Jahr bekräftigt. …mehr

  • Apple will von Samsung 2,5 Milliarden Dollar

    Patentstreit

    Apple fordert im Ideenklau-Streit mit Samsung mehr als 2,5 Milliarden Dollar Schadenersatz. …mehr

  • Parrot Zik Bluetooth Kopfhörer - Touch me, Baby!

    Gadget des Tages

    Der französische Designer Philippe Starck hat für Parrot einen kabellosen Kopfhörer entworfen, der nun erhältlich ist. Das Außergewöhnliche an dem Gadget ist die berührungsempfindliche Oberfläche.  …mehr

  • Gericht verbannt Samsungs Mini-Tablet vom europäischen Markt

    Galaxy Tab 7.7

    Das Düsseldorfer Oberlandesgericht hat Samsungs Mini-Tablet Galaxy Tab 7.7 vom europäischen Markt verbannt. …mehr

  • VMware übernimmt einst geheimes Start-up Nicira

    Software-Defined Networking

    Die EMC-Virtualisierungstochter VMware zahlt satte 1,26 Milliarden Dollar für Nicira, das Netze im Data Center ähnlich virtualisiert, wie VMware das seit Jahren mit Servern macht.  …mehr

  • Behörden ziehen Rahmen um ihre Sicherheit

    Vertrag für Computacenter

    Das Beschaffungsamt im Bundesministerium des Inneren (BeschA) hat mit Computacenter einen Vertrag über die Lieferung von Security-Lösungen geschlossen.  …mehr

  • Software AG kann Lizenzerlöse steigern

    Andere Kennzahlen enttäuschen

    Deutschlands zweitgrößter Softwareanbieter Software AG hat im zweiten Quartal im Lizenzgeschäft aufgetrumpft, wegen des Ausbaus des Vertriebs aber weniger verdient. …mehr

  • Cisco greift erneut zum Rotstift

    Rund 1300 Stellen fallen weg

    Der weltgrößte Netzausrüster Cisco greift zu weiteren Sparmaßnahmen. …mehr

  • Texas Instruments klagt über fehlende Aufträge

    Ausgebremst

    Europas Schuldenkrise und die maue US-Konjunktur bremsen den US-Chiphersteller Texas Instruments aus. …mehr

  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 - Installation und Migration

    Voraussetzungen, Vorbereitungen, Fallstricke

    Bei der Installation und insbesondere bei der Migration auf den Exchange Server 2010 gilt es einige Punkte zu beachten. Mit einem einfachen Update ist es nicht getan. Die notwendige Vorarbeit sowie die detaillierte Migration erläutert der folgende Beitrag.  …mehr

  • Welche Städte bei Open Data vorn liegen

    Projekt eZürich & Co.

    Zürich hat das erste Open-Government-Data-Portal der Schweiz eröffnet. Auch In Deutschland arbeiten viele Kommunen an der Veröffentlichung ihrer Daten.  …mehr

  • Das wünschen Analysten der SAP

    Zum 40. Geburtstag der SAP

    Was kann ein Konzern mit 14,2 Milliarden Euro Umsatz und einem Profit von 3,4 Milliarden Euro noch für Ziele haben? Mehr Emanzipation von Hasso Plattner, das Festhalten an deutschen Ingenieurtugenden - und Oracle-Chef Lawrence Ellison als Kellner auf der Jubiläumsparty: Das wünschen Analysten der SAP. …mehr

  • Toshiba cuts NAND flash production by 30 percent

    Premium-Inhalt. Toshiba announced a reduction in its production of NAND flash memory, which go into smartphones, tablets and storage devices, by about 30 percent from Tuesday, to cope with oversupply conditions in the market.

  • Why VMware is spending $1B-plus to buy Nicira

    Premium-Inhalt. VMware is a company on the move: its not only brings it into the software-defined network (SDN) market, but should also broaden VMwares support for open standards and even open source.

  • WiGig gigabit-speed wireless notches another chip partnership

    Premium-Inhalt. Wi-Fi chip makers are lining up to add WiGig technology to their wireless LAN products, preparing the way for tri-band equipment that can deliver multi-gigabit speeds within a room.

  • Baidu profit soars 70 percent on increased ad customers

    Premium-Inhalt. Baidu, China's largest search engine, reported second-quarter profits that were up 70 percent from a year earlier as it continued to add new customers for its online marketing services.

  • Remains of the Day: Bon appetit

    Premium-Inhalt. We start off the week with an amuse-bouche of an iPhone rumor, followed by a few light helpings of iTunes in the Cloud. Finally, for dessert, half a dozen assorted flavors of Kindle Fire. Tuck in to the remainders for Monday, July 23, 2012.

  • Apple to ship Mountain Lion on Wednesday

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company would ship Mountain Lion, the latest version of its Mac OS X operating system, starting Wednesday.

  • Apple revenue, profits up in iPad-driven quarter

    Premium-Inhalt. Sales of the new iPad helped Apple's line during its fiscal third quarter. The company reported Wednesday that revenue for the three-month period ended June 30 grew 22 percent over last year while profits rose 20.5 percent.

  • Broadcom plans fast 802.11ac Wi-Fi for phones early next year

    Premium-Inhalt. Broadcom plans to bring IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi to smartphones starting early next year, using a chipset announced on Tuesday that the company said can deliver about 300Mbps (bits per second) of real-world speed.

  • It's a Huge Mistake to Remove Password Prompt for Free Apps in iOS 6

    Premium-Inhalt. According to sources with access to the developer beta of iOS 6, the next version of Apples mobile operating system will allow users to download and install free apps . If Apple doesnt fix that before iOS 6 is officially launched, it will significantly impair the security of iOS devices.

  • Remains of the Day: Refresh rate

    Premium-Inhalt. New iPod touches and nanos may spring to life this fall, the latest Mac Trojan horse is making its debut, and one director has a new favorite P.A. The remainders for Tuesday, July 24, 2012 are going to be a star.

  • Oracle NetBeans equipped with static analysis

    Premium-Inhalt. For the newest release of NetBeans, Oracle has equipped the open-source IDE (integrated development environment) to continuously run a static analysis tool, which could point out possible coding errors to developers as they write their programs.

  • MotionArtist Easily Turns Art Into Animation

    Premium-Inhalt. Smith Micro touts MotionArtist (free beta) as the answer for graphic novel and comic creators who want to create motion/interactive comics without coding. You upload your artwork from any of a number of common file types and export the animation in video formats that play well in HTML and YouTube. The latter is a boon for creators uploading motion comics on their own sites without the use of Flash or After Effects.

  • Skype hoses down eavesdropping concerns

    Premium-Inhalt. Skype has denied reports that recent changes to its architecture would make calls and messages easier to monitor by law enforcement.

  • Qualcomm's Quad Snapdragon S4 Pro Tablet Now Available to Developers

    Premium-Inhalt. NVIDIA may have been first to the quadcore game, but Qualcomm is ready to bring on the competition.

  • Ben Heck Creates Portable, Autonomous 3D Printer, Makes DIY Community Jealous

    Premium-Inhalt. 3D printers are pretty incredible things, right? Serial modder Ben Heck thinks so too, especially considering how so many of the parts for his various projects were made on one. For his latest project, Ben not only made a 3D printer, but a smaller, more portable kind of 3D printer. Meet the .

  • Google's Nexus 7 makes the case for a smaller iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. The prospect of a smaller iPad--one with a 7- or 8-inch screen--has been the focus of rumors since...well, since even before the original iPad was released back in 2010. But the rumor mill has been heating up over the past couple months, with more and more pundits, and even news outlets, claiming that such a product is really, truly--this time--on the way, perhaps as soon as this fall.

  • Google establishes partner program for cloud services

    Premium-Inhalt. Following the best marketing practices of traditional IT firms, Google has launched a partner program to help third-party vendors use and sell Google cloud services.

  • OS X Mountain Lion to launch Wednesday, Apple says

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple will launch its Mountain Lion operating system tomorrow, the company's chief financial officer said Tuesday.

  • Google and EU poised to settle antitrust investigation

    Premium-Inhalt. Google and the European Commission appear close to a settlement that would end the Commission's investigation of the American Internet giant for potential violations of European antitrust regulations, according to a Commission spokesman.

  • Cisco layoffs this week part of 'Transformation Project'

    Premium-Inhalt. 's could be the first in a series of cutbacks hitting product lines and business units that have underperformed.

  • Oracle pulls Exadata ad claims after IBM's complaint

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle is yanking advertising claims that its Exadata database machine had vastly super performance to IBM's Power Systems hardware, according to an by the National Advertising Division, an industry self-regulatory group.

  • Apple misses revenue target, says Mountain Lion coming Wednesday

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple on Tuesday reported revenue for the quarter just ended that was lower than analysts had expected, despite a big jump in iPad sales.

  • Track Your Progress With Joe's Goals Cloud Software

    Premium-Inhalt. Joe's Goals, an ad-supported free service, has been around for years and looks a bit dated. That said, it offers more options than the slicker-looking . You can use Joe's Goals to track habits that don't require daily repetition (for example, if you have an exercise routine you do every other day). Joe's Goals can also track bad habits: For example, if you're trying to quit smoking, you can use Joe's Goals to log every day in which you've smoked. Each day gets a numeric grade composed of the number of good habits minus the number of bad habits you've logged for that day.

  • Lytro Camera Now Works with Windows PCs

    Premium-Inhalt. Lytro, the light-field camera that was supposed to revolutionize photography, now supports Windows PCs.

  • $50 Hacking Device Opens Millions of Hotel Room Locks

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're staying at hotel, it might be a good idea to check the manufacturer of your door lock. A black hat hacker has unveiled a method that allows a fairly simple hardware gadget to door locks manufactured by Onity.

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