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  • Android-Smartphones von Motorola droht Verkaufsverbot in Deutschland

    FAT-Patent

    Nach der Entscheidung des Ladgerichts Mannheim verletzen Android-Smartphones von Motorola ein Patent von Microsoft. Die Redmonder können nun ein Verkaufsverbot für RAZR, Atrix & Co. durchsetzen. …mehr

  • Projekt gegen digitales Vergessen

    Wenn Leonardo gebloggt hätte

    Blogs sind ein Spiegel der Zeit: Weltweit gibt es mehr als 200 Millionen Blogs. Doch viele der Gedanken und Diskussionen, die darin gesammelt sind, gehen irgendwann verloren. Ein von der EU gefördertes Projekt will dieses digitale Erbe bewahren.  …mehr

  • Keine Entlastung für Vorstand und Aufsichtsrat

    Hauptversammlung Easy Software

    Die Aktionäre der Easy Software AG haben sowohl dem Aufsichtsrat als auch dem Vorstand die Entlastung verweigert.  …mehr

  • Die ersten Finalisten stehen fest

    Big Data Award

    Hadoop, SAP HANA, Social Analytics - schon jetzt zeigt sich, dass beim Big-Data-Wettbewerb der COMPUTERWOCHE keines der großen Themen fehlen wird.  …mehr

  • Gerichtspapiere enthüllen iPhone-Prototypen

    Interessanter Einblick

    Ein achteckiges iPhone und ein iPad mit Standfuß: Zahlreiche Entwürfe von Apple sind mit Gerichtspapieren zum anstehenden Patentprozess gegen Samsung in Kalifornien erstmals in die Öffentlichkeit gelangt. …mehr

  • Samsung Audio Docks - Klangparty für verwöhnte Augen

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit der E750-Serie bringen die Südkoreaner nun auch eine Docking-Station für Android- und iOS-Geräte auf den Markt - das Ergebnis ist ein Lautsprecher-System im Retro-Look.  …mehr

  • Galaxy S III bekommt lokale Suche wieder

    Samsung-"Versehen"

    Samsung hat die lokale Suche auf seinem Android-Flaggschiff "Galaxy S III" nicht absichtlich entfernt.  …mehr

  • Twitter fällt zum zweiten Mal aus

    Probleme im RZ

    Bei Twitter zickt die Technik: Zum zweiten Mal binnen weniger Wochen war der Kurznachrichtendienst gestört. …mehr

  • NSN schließt Standorte Nürnberg und Würzburg

    Ausgburg bleibt

    Nach langen Verhandlungen schließt der Telekom-Ausrüster Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) seine Standorte in Nürnberg und Würzburg. …mehr

  • Investitionen und Kosten zehren Amazon-Gewinn auf

    Wachstum um jeden Preis

    Der weltgrößte Online-Einzelhändler Amazon.com hat das vergangene Quartal nur mit einem hauchdünnen Gewinn von sieben Millionen Dollar abgeschlossen. …mehr

  • Smartphones bescheren Samsung erneut Rekordgewinn

    "Galaxy"-Boom

    Der südkoreanische Technologiekonzern Samsung hat dank des Smartphone-Booms erneut ein Rekordergebnis eingefahren. …mehr

  • Facebook macht durch hohe Kosten Miese

    Aktie fällt auf neues Tief

    Das erste Quartal als börsennotiertes Unternehmen endet für Facebook mit einem dicken Verlust. …mehr

  • Sapphire HD 7750 Ultimate im Test

    Grafikkarte

    Die Sapphire HD 7750 Ultimate ist vor allem eins: ultimativ leise. Denn die Grafikkarte ist komplett passiv gekühlt und gibt absolut keinen Mucks von sich. Zusätzlich lockt auch noch der günstige Preis von rund 125 Euro. Ob dabei auch noch die Leistung stimmt, zeigt der Test.  …mehr

  • Was muss ein E-Commerce-Leiter können?

    Führungstipp

    Der Geschäftsführer eines großen Unternehmens sucht einen Leiter E-Commerce und will wissen, welche Skills und Charaktereigenschaften für eine solche Position notwendig sind. Die bisherigen Kandidaten kamen entweder von Startups mit reinem E-Business-Bezug, oder sie waren Vertriebler fast ohne E-Commerce-Kenntnisse.  …mehr

  • HP Officejet 6100 H611a im Test

    Tintenstrahldrucker

    Der Tintendrucker HP Officejet 6100 H611a beherrscht ePrint und Apple AirPrint. Ob er sich auch bei klassischen Druckaufgaben gut anstellt, zeigt der Test. …mehr

  • Kostenfalle Lizenzmanagement

    Die Tücken der Software-Verwaltung

    Software-Verwaltung bereitet vielen Unternehmen Probleme. Dieses heikle Thema verschäft sich durch aktuelle Trends wie „Bring your own Device“ und Virtualisierung. Vincent Smyth, General Manager bei Flexera, zeigt, wo die Stolpersteine liegen und wie man sie umgeht. …mehr

  • Doppelarbeitsverhältnis und Urlaubsanspruch

    Sonderfall bei Jobwechsel

    Ein Mitarbeiter, der nicht gleichzeitig zwei Arbeitsverhältnisse erfüllen kann, hat keinen doppelten Urlaubsanspruch.  …mehr

  • Shipping delays mount for Google's Nexus 7 16GB tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. The story, "Shipping delays mount for Google's Nexus 7 16GB tablet," posted Friday, should not have used the name of the Google official quoted in the third paragraph. The name has been deleted from the story on the wire. The News Service asks IDG publications to remove the name of the official from the versions of the story on websites.

  • Shipping delays mount for Google's Nexus 7 16GB tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. Delays are plaguing Google's Nexus 7 tablet with 16GB of storage as some stores have stopped taking orders or delayed shipments of the product.

  • 4 Ways to End Unconscious Incompetence and Manage Effectively

    Premium-Inhalt. Have you ever given a team member an assignment and told him or her to come see you if they needed any help with it... then been surprised a few days or weeks later, when they were in trouble but hadn't come to you for that help?

  • Google failed to delete all Street View data in UK

    Premium-Inhalt. Google disclosed Friday in an email to the U.K. Information Commissioner's Office that it had not yet deleted all user data collected by its Street View vehicles, as it had agreed to more than 18 months ago.

  • Global Payments: data breach cost a whopping $84.4 million

    Premium-Inhalt. Global Payments, which in which information associated with an estimated 1.4 million payment cards was stolen, expenses associated with investigations, fines and remediation has hit $84.4 million.

  • Black Hat: Shark-bitten security researcher takes another chomp out of Oracle database

    Premium-Inhalt. A researcher scored again against Oracles database by demonstrating at the Black Hat security conference Thursday an exploit that would allow him to take control as an administrator.

  • Angry Mac owners raise Twitter ruckus over missing OS X upgrade codes

    Premium-Inhalt. New Mac owners took their frustration with Apple onto Twitter today as they groused that they have not received redemption codes for the free copy of OS X Mountain Lion they were promised.

  • Facebook boosts revenue by 32 percent in first public financial report

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook boosted revenue by 32 percent in its first earnings report as a public company, bringing in US$1.18 billion and topping analysts' expectations slightly.

  • Facebook says mobile ads successful, but analysts say challenges remain

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook seemed to answer at least one burning question about its mobile business on Thursday -- it doesn't plan to build its own smartphone -- but it's still not entirely clear how it will capitalize on its rapidly expanding base of mobile users.

  • Lumi Uses Sunshine To Print Images Onto Clothes

    Premium-Inhalt. Have you ever taken a picture so stunning that you wish you could show it off to the world? Well walking around with a framed picture is not only inconvenient, but also likely to drive away all your friends.

  • Remains of the Day: Coming attractions

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook comes up with the perfect people to fix its iOS app and Steve Jobs comes in as one of the most influential Americans ever. Everything's coming up the remainders for Thursday, July 26, 2012.

  • Remains of the Day: Cut, copy, and paste

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple gets a stay on its 'Samsung copied us' mea culpa, multiple prototypes for the iPhone and iPad didn't make the cut, and two iPhones are totally better than one. The remainders for Friday, July 27, 2012 are on the level.

  • Security 2012: Prepare for rogue employees before they strike

    Premium-Inhalt. Information stolen electronically by rogue ex-employees can be detected and used in prosecutions if companies take adequate steps to lock down computers and mobile devices involved, according to a forensics investigator.

  • Apple's first security talk at Black Hat disappoints

    Premium-Inhalt. Security experts who crowded into Apple's presentation at the Black Hat security conferenced walked away disappointed in how little they learned that was new.

  • Facebook to test first Open Compute racks

    Premium-Inhalt. The story, "Facebook to test first Open Compute racks," posted to the wire on Friday, contained an incorrect title for Frank Frankovsky. He is vice president of hardware design at Facebook.

  • Facebook to test first Open Compute racks

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook has taken delivery of the first set of innovative server racks it helped design, technology that the company hopes other organizations with large data centers will adopt.

  • Free Penmanship Print Font Helps Kids Smarten Up Their Handwriting

    Premium-Inhalt. Helping your child with their handwriting skills has never been easier, and now you don't need perfect printing to do it. Penmanship Print, a TrueType font designed by Richard Douglas, provides a plethora of perfectly printed letters on a background of three-line guides.

  • 'Mars Rover Landing' for Free on Xbox Marketplace

    Premium-Inhalt. The NASA rover is expected to land on the surface of Mars at 10:31 p.m. PDT on August 5th. Years of research and millions of dollars have been spent on a feat of astrophysical engineering that takes about seven minutes, roughly how long it takes the Rover to get from the top of Mars' atmosphere to the ground. To demonstrate the intensity and complexity of the process, NASA and Microsoft teamed up to put a Kinect game out for free on the Xbox 360 called "Mars Rover Landing." You can play it right now, though fortunately your failed attempts will not jeopardize the NASA budget further.

  • Bring Back the 80s With This Modern Take on the Old Mixtape

    Premium-Inhalt. There are many things I don't miss about the 80s. The clothes and hairdos are one example, 80s music is another. One thing I do miss is cassettes, and especially the awesomeness of the mixtape. Luckily, I'm not the only retro-junkie out there: MakerBot has come up with the ones we used to have, but utilizes modern technology.

  • Print a Smell on a Postcard

    Premium-Inhalt. If you open your mailbox and you smell something good, don't get too hungry just yet. It might just be a postcard with an imprinted smell.

  • Three Ways to Make Outlook Easier to Live With

    Premium-Inhalt. I've made no secret of my distaste for Microsoft Outlook. That said, it's a required piece of software for a lot of business users -- and even a desirable one for some.

  • National Parks by National Geographic for iPhone and iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. How you feel about will largely hinge on whether you run the app on your iPhone or your iPad. And your appraisal of the app will further be influenced by whether you download the park guides available through the app.

  • Wall Street Beat: ERP, mobile devices shine in mixed earnings

    Premium-Inhalt. While earnings from marquee-name tech companies such as Apple and Facebook disappointed this week, sales of mobile devices and enterprise software showed signs of growth.

  • Access Your Browser Downloads with a Single Keystroke

    Premium-Inhalt. On Monday I showed you . (Okay, technically Ctrl-D is not a single keystroke, more like a single key combination. But it's still just one simple action, right?)

  • Track Your Mouse Mileage With Mousotron

    Premium-Inhalt. Clickity-click, tap-tap-tap--so the soundtrack goes for many office environments. But have you ever wondered how many mouse clicks and keypresses you make every day? Did you ever pause to think about how many miles your mouse cursor moves across the screen every week? If you're curious about these numbers, look to free utility Mousotron for the answers.

  • Twitter suffers malware spam outbreak

    Premium-Inhalt. A widespread spam attack linking to malware has broken out on Twitter, to the security firm Sophos.

  • Adams says US pushing Hollywood agendas overseas

    Premium-Inhalt. ICT Minister Amy Adams told an industry gathering yesterday that the US government is pushing "Hollywood" agendas overseas, while domestically the debate over the freedom of the internet rages.

  • The Olympics and the scams

    Premium-Inhalt. No, this is not a sports story. This story is about viruses and cyber scams that might hit your virtual life as the Olympic Games unfold in London.

  • Zuckerberg shoots down Facebook phone rumors

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said his company does not plan to create a Facebook-branded smartphone during a conference call with financial analysts and reporters this week.

  • Survey confirms Google's rep as a tough place to interview

    Premium-Inhalt. Some of the leading tech companies administer some of the hardest job interviews, according to research published today by Glassdoor.

  • Ouya Gets OnLive Support, But Is It Enough?

    Premium-Inhalt. The got some high-profile backing on Friday: announced that it will offer its on-demand gaming service on the $99 Android-powered console when it launches in 2013.

  • Twitter suffers malware spam outbreak

    Premium-Inhalt. A widespread spam attack linking to malware has broken out on Twitter, to the security firm Sophos.

  • Windows 8 Ultrabooks and Tablets to Feature New Sensors

    Premium-Inhalt. and convertible tablets will soon sport new sensors, which will give users more ways to interact with their laptops, according to an Intel blog post Friday.

  • Firefox Add-Ons: More Than 3 Billion Downloaded So Far

    Premium-Inhalt. It's no secret that are a big part of the browser's enduring popularity, but this week Mozilla unveiled some new data underscoring just how widely used they really are.

  • Boot-Optimizer RapidStart Does Little You Can't Do Yourself

    Premium-Inhalt. Boot-optimizer RapidStart is slick and user friendly. However, aside from presenting you with statistics about how long it takes you to boot, it does little that you can't do yourself using the Windows system configuration tool and the services control panel.

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