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  • Das große Warten auf das neue iPhone bremst Apple aus

    Analyse

    Apples iPhone scheint in die Jahre gekommen. …mehr

  • HTC will beim Personal sparen

    "DigiTimes"

    Der Smartphone-Hersteller HTC reagiert nach Informationen eines Fachdienstes mit Einsparungen beim Personal sowie R&D auf die angespannte Geschäftslage. …mehr

  • Telekom muss Teilnehmerdaten an Konkurrenz-Auskünfte rausgeben

    Bundesverwaltungsgericht

    Die Deutsche Telekom muss die Daten aus ihren Teilnehmerverzeichnissen an konkurrierende Auskunftsdienste herausgeben. …mehr

  • Samsung entfernt lokale Suche von Galaxy S III

    "Stabilitäts-Update"

    Samsung hat begonnen, für die internationale Variante des Android-Flaggschiffs "Galaxy S III" ein Update zu verteilen, das die lokale Suche vom Gerät entfernt.  …mehr

  • Gartner-Analyst löscht kritischen Blogpost

    Windows 8

    Der Gartner-Analyst Gunnar Berger hat seinen Blogpost gelöscht, in dem er die Erfahrung mit Windows 8 auf Unternehmens-Desktops als "mit einem Wort: schlecht" bezeichnet hatte.  …mehr

  • Social-Media-Erlöse steigen 2012 auf 16,9 Milliarden Dollar

    Gartner

    Die Marktforschungs- und Beratungsfirma Gartner hat eine Prognose für die weltweiten Umsätze mit Social Media im Jahr 2012 vorgelegt.  …mehr

  • kogeto Dot - iPhone-Linse mit Rundumblick

    Gadget des Tages

    Der New Yorker Jeff Glasse und sein Team von kogeto hegen eine Leidenschaft für Kameras. Mit Dot, einer 360-Grad-Linse, übertragen sie diese nun auf das Smartphone von Apple.  …mehr

  • Chipdesiger ARM schafft erneut Umsatz- und Gewinnsprung

    Aussichten unsicherer

    Das britische Chip-Design-Unternehmen ARM hat der schwächelnden Halbleiterkonjunktur auch im zweiten Quartal noch trotzen können und bei Umsatz und Gewinn kräftig zugelegt. …mehr

  • Polizei Hannover verlinkt vermeintliche Kinderporno-Seite

    Panne

    Bei Ermittlungen gegen Kinderpornografie auf Facebook hat die Polizei Hannover die Adresse einer entsprechenden Seite auf ihrer eigenen Facebookseite zeitweise veröffentlicht - und so erst recht bekanntgemacht. …mehr

  • BT im ersten Quartal erneut mit Gewinnanstieg

    Dank Kostenabbau

    Die britische Telefongesellschaft BT Group hat im ersten Geschäftsquartal die Erwartungen leicht übertroffen. …mehr

  • Geschäftsnutzen von AWS steigt mit der Zeit

    IDC-Auftragsstudie

    Die Marktforscher von IDC haben im Auftrag von Amazon Kunden von Amazon Web Services nach ihren Erfahrungen befragt.  …mehr

  • Weniger iPhones verkauft als erwartet

    Apple enttäuscht Analysten

    Auch ein erfolgsverwöhntes Unternehmen wie Apple hat einmal einen schlechten Tag - aus Sicht der Börsianer zumindest. …mehr

  • Die beste Grafikkarte ab 200 Euro im Test

    Vergleichstest Grafikkarten

    In einem Highend-PC muss auch eine starke Grafikkarte ihren Dienst tun, um Spiele und Multimedia-Anwendungen auf Hochtouren zu bringen. Die aktuelle Generation unterstützt neuste Schnittstellen wie PCI-Express 3.0 und DirectX 11.1. Die GPUs lassen die Hersteller im stromsparenden 28-Nanometer-Prozess fertigen. PC-WELT verrät Ihnen, welche Grafikkarte ab 200 Euro ihr Geld wert ist.  …mehr

  • Zu hohe Ansprüche an ausländische Bewerber

    Schwachstelle internationales Recruiting

    Länder wie Kanada, Australien, Norwegen oder Österreich rekrutieren Experten aus dem Ausland schon professionell. In Deutschland scheitern 80 Prozent der Anwerbeversuche an den zu hohen Ansprüchen der Arbeitgeber.  …mehr

  • Samsung UE46ES7090 im Test

    46 Zoll LCD-TV mit Gestensteuerung

    Der LCD-TV Samsung UE46ES7090 ist ein 46-Zöller der auch per Sprache und Gesten zu steuern ist. Die Bild- und Tonqualität des Fernsehers überzeugen.  …mehr

  • Abnehmen mit einer App

    Online-Kalorienrechner für Übergewichtige

    Mit ihrer Diät- und Gesundheits-App - CaloryGuard Pro sind Falko und Christina Buttler erfolgreich als Gründer gestartet und haben sich mittlerweile mit ihrem Unternehmen BlueBamboo.de Apps etabliert.  …mehr

  • Richtige Kontaktdaten - zufriedene Kunden

    Adress-Datenqualität

    Adressdaten sind für Unternehmen der Goldstandard unter den Unternehmensressourcen – allerdings haben sie nicht immer die gewünschte Qualität. So schaffen Sie Abhilfe. …mehr

  • Asus HD 7870 DirectCU 2 TOP V2 im Test

    Grafikkarte

    Asus krempelt das Referenz-Design der AMD Radeon HD 7870 komplett um und präsentiert ein von Grund auf neu entwickeltes Eigen-Design. Ergebnis ist die Asus HD 7870: übertaktet (TOP), eigene Kühllösung (DirectCU 2) in der zweiten Version (V2). Der Test prüft die Grafikkarte auf Herz und Nieren.  …mehr

  • Mitarbeiter ausgeschieden - Foto muss weg

    Verletzung des Persönlichkeitsrechts

    Arbeitgeber müssen persönliche Daten ausgeschiedener Arbeitnehmer von der Unternehmens-Homepage entfernen.  …mehr

  • Ärger um den Patriot Act

    Datenschutz im Cloud Computing

    Viele US-Cloud-Provider sind sauer. Europäische Konkurrenten werben damit, ihre Angebote seien sicher vor dem Zugriff von US-Behörden.  …mehr

  • Wachstum kann auch hinderlich sein

    Vom "Local Hero" zum "Global Player"

    Mit dem Größerwerden muss sich auch die Unternehmens- und Führungskultur wandeln. Hubert Hölzl erklärt, warum.  …mehr

  • 5 tips for making your cloud SLA air-tight

    Premium-Inhalt. It's one of the most important documents you sign when starting a cloud deployment with a public vendor: your service-level agreement (SLA). But a leading tech lawyer says customers can get burnt by their provider if they're not careful.

  • Acer Timeline Ultra M5 Review: Big Screen, Few Pixels

    Premium-Inhalt. As an Ultrabook, the Acer Timeline Ultra M5 disappoints. It's simply too big (with a 15.6-inch screen) and too heavy (at 4.5 pounds, not including accessories), to fit comfortably in the Ultrabook category. If anything, decision to market this model as an Ultrabook puts the Timeline Ultra M5 a disadvantage, since it can't compete with the sexy sleekness of smaller, lighter Ultrabooks.

  • HP Envy 4 Review: The Most Stylish Ultrabook Yet

    Premium-Inhalt. Ultrabooks, for the most part, look the same: skinny, sleek, and an awful lot like Apple's MacBook line. But the HP Envy 4 is different. It appears to be bigger and thicker than other 14-inch Ultrabooks (it's not), but it has a design that's, thankfully, all its own. This attractive ultraportable features a flat, plateau-like brushed aluminum cover and a sexy red undercarriage. Plus, it's a solid performer with excellent speakers.

  • Apple's China revenue grows despite late iPad launch

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's revenue for China saw robust growth in its fiscal third quarter, as iPhone sales continued to boom, even though the company delayed the launch of its new iPad in mainland China.

  • BitTorrent looks to share some revenue with artists

    Premium-Inhalt. The file-sharing company BitTorrent has begun testing an advertising model through which it would share ad revenue with content producers whose work is downloaded through the service, promising a way for artists to monetize informal sharing of their digital content.

  • Kodak ESP 3.2: Great Output Quality, Cheap Ink, Slow Delivery

    Premium-Inhalt. For $100 (as of July 24, 2012), the Kodak ESP 3.2 (print/copy/scan) delivers what most home users need in a home --good-quality output and capable, easy-to-use software. It's neither the swiftest nor the quietest printer on the planet, but it gets the job done and serves up the finest-quality glossy photo prints you can get from a consumer-grade MFP--a talent shared by other Kodak printers we've seen.

  • California judge rejects bid for longer trial in Samsung-Apple case

    Premium-Inhalt. A federal judge in California has rejected a request by Samsung that would have doubled the length and increased the complexity of a highly anticipated trial in which the company will lock horns with Apple over smartphone and tablet PC patents.

  • Black Hat: Cyber-espionage operations vast yet highly focused, researcher claims

    Premium-Inhalt. LAS VEGAS -- Cyber-espionage operations across the Internet are extensive yet highly targeted, says a malware researcher speaking this week at the Black Hat Conference in Las Vegas. And it's not just governments targeting other governments or trying to steal corporate secrets -- private companies also are involved in these break-ins even while claiming to offer "ethical hacking services."

  • P2P 'Gameover ZeuS' seen as largest bank-theft botnet

    Premium-Inhalt. LAS VEGAS -- It's the largest bank-theft botnet out there, and its peer-to-peer (P2P) design, credited to cybercrime gangs in Eastern Europe, is going to make it hugely difficult to take down, according to research put forward at the Black Hat Conference.

  • Dealing with outages -- are we ready?

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

  • Lessons from a Big iPad Enterprise Adopter

    Premium-Inhalt. Paul Lanzi sits quietly in the corner of a large table at a fancy restaurant in San Francisco, with other so-called tablet experts. He's listening to a bunch of talking headsbloggers, marketers and punditsprattle on about iPads in the enterprise.

  • Women in IT: 'The System Is Broken,' Author Warns

    Premium-Inhalt. As the first American woman to enter space, astronaut was nothing if not an inspiration to girls and women around the globe. Her death this week has provoked not just a deep sadness that she's gone, but also considerable reflection on the challenges and opportunities facing today, some 30 years after her first mission.

  • Apple's iPad Gains Market Share, New Threats Incoming

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's iPad gobbled up even more of the tablet market last quarter, but the arena is about to get a lot more crowded in the second half of 2012.

  • Security awareness can be the most cost-effective security measure

    Premium-Inhalt. I was once called into a multinational oil company which wanted advice on a situation. One of their employees called them, because a coworker was displaying unusual behaviors. An investigation was performed, and it was learned that the coworker was giving information to a . At another company, an employee stopped a person from tailgating them into a facility and it turns out the tailgater was responsible for stealing more than a dozen laptops from company facilities.

  • Riverbed, Juniper enter technology-sharing partnership

    Premium-Inhalt. A new technology partnership between Riverbed and Juniper will see the latter license Riverbed's application delivery controller for use in its enterprise networking gear -- for a $75 million fee.

  • The Week in iOS Accessories: Full-body fun

    Premium-Inhalt. This weeks roundup of iOS accessories includes gear for your hands, help for your wrists, and music for your ears. Its a full-body edition of the roundupread on for the new accessories weve seen this week:

  • Mountain Lion upgrades take from 13 to 57 minutes, says Apple reseller

    Premium-Inhalt. Mountain Lion upgrades can take as little as 13 minutes and as long as almost an hour, a New York City Apple reseller said today.

  • Miss Side-Scrolling Shooters? Play Prototype II for Free

    Premium-Inhalt. Prototype II replicates the feel of classic side-scrollers like R-Type perfectly. Visuals are polished to a high shine, with smooth animation and colorful, crisply rendered sprites. Traditional strategies like building up a primary weapon charge to unleash high-powered attacks, or using your probes as shields remain relevant, but new weapons and environments add much needed variety to the formula. The things you're missing you may not remember so fondly, like the original's needlessly punishing early levels and the low-powered, variety-bereft weapon upgrades.

  • Google Search Adds Scientific Calculator to Repertoire

    Premium-Inhalt. The next time you perform a calculation in Google's search box, be prepared for a surprise.

  • Company of Heroes 2 Will Be Deep, Immersive, and Cold

    Premium-Inhalt. THQ and Relic Entertainment released the real-time strategy game Company of Heroes in 2006, and it quickly became one of the highest-rated strategy games of all time. set during World War II, Company of Heroes featured dynamic maps with destructible terrain and structures, authentic units and an innovative cover system. Now we know that Relic is exploring the Eastern Front in early 2013 with , and they want to make it authentic.

  • Use VisualDiffer to compare the contents of folders and files

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  • US groups: Foreign cloud providers marketing against privacy concerns

    Premium-Inhalt. Cloud computing services from outside the U.S. are trying to exploit perceived weaknesses in privacy laws to drive business away from U.S. providers, according to some representatives of the tech industry.

  • Hands-On With Qualcomm's Snappy Snapdragon S4 Pro Tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. Hold on tight, because a new speedster is coming to phones and tablets. Yesterday, Qualcomm unveiled its quad-core . The company may be late to the quad-core party, but if our early look at the $1300 reference design tablet for developers is any indication of what to expect from actual shipping products, Qualcomm has brought its A-game and will be capable of delivering top-notch performance.

  • World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria To Be Released in September

    Premium-Inhalt. Blizzard Entertainment has announced a release date for World of Warcraft's new Mists of Pandaria expansion: September 25th, 2012. The expansion will add a bevy of new features including a new Pandaren race, a new class (the Monk), a new continent to explore and an exciting new .

  • Apple looked to Sony for iPhone design inspiration, court documents show

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple looked in part to Sony for inspiration in designing its first iPhone, even having an internal designer produce "Sony-like" mock-ups of cell phones that carried the name of the Japanese electronics company, according to internal Apple documents submitted to a California court on Wednesday.

  • Exoplanet May Be Almost as Habitable as Earth; No, You Can't Move There

    Premium-Inhalt. Behold exoplanet Gliese 581g, officially ranked the most hospitable alien planet in the known galaxy.

  • Need Help Choosing a Smartphone or Tablet? Head to Versus IO

    Premium-Inhalt. Trying to decide between, say, the hot new Samsung Galaxy S3 and the iPhone 4S? How about the Amazon Kindle Fire and Google Nexus 7 tablets?

  • 6 Easy Ecommerce Shopping Carts for Small Business Websites

    Premium-Inhalt. Shopping cart software serves a number of roles on a business website. It acts as an online store product catalog, provides the customer user interface, handles the ordering process and is the interface among the company website, the back-end inventory infrastructure and the payment gateway.

  • Microsoft Build comes home to Redmond

    Premium-Inhalt. Hoping to capitalize on the excitement around the pending Windows 8 launch, Microsoft has announced this year's dates for its premier developer conference, Build 2012, which will be held Oct. 30 through Nov. 2 on the company's Redmond, Washington, corporate campus.

  • A better Windows 8 system refresh with Slimware's RecImg Manager

    Premium-Inhalt. I know why you're excited ... you can't wait for Microsoft to release Windows 8 this fall.

  • Eyes are on Facebook's first earnings report

    Premium-Inhalt. After a disappointing Wall Street debut, all eyes will be on Facebook on Thursday when it makes its first quarterly earnings report as a public company.

  • Microsoft beefs up anti-exploit tool with tech from $250K contest finalist

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today launched a security toolkit preview that includes anti-exploit technologies created by one of the three finalists in the company's $250,000 BlueHat Prize contest.

  • Up close with Mountain Lion: Messages

    Premium-Inhalt. Messages is not just a reskinning of iChat. Sure, the interface looks different. But in addition to its updated interface, Messages introduces a big change to the way instant messaging works on the Mac.

  • Up close with Mountain Lion: Reminders

    Premium-Inhalt. Why should the iPhone and iPad have all the fun? In Mountain Lion, Apple continues its process of porting over the best features from iOS to the Mac. Among those is an app first introduced with iOS 5: Reminders.

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