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  • Der große Bewerbungsratgeber

    Vom Anschreiben bis zum Zeugnis

    Schon lange nicht mehr beworben? Dann sollten Sie ihr Wissen auffrischen. Ob Anschreiben oder Vorstellungsgespräch, die Bewerbungsprofis von Hesse und Schrader geben die wichtigsten Tipps. …mehr

  • Smartphone-Nutzer nervt lahmes Internet am meisten

    US-Umfrage

    Was nervt die Besitzer eines Handys am meisten? Der US-Marktforscher PEW ist dieser Frage in einer Zufriedenheitsstudie auf den Grund gegangen. Die Ergebnisse dürften so ähnlich wohl auch in Deutschland zutreffen.  …mehr

  • Mehr als eine Million Mal "Viel Glück"

    Zwitscher-Bilanz London 2012

    Wo oft Millimeter und Hundertstel entscheiden, kommt es zumeist auch auf das Quäntchen Glück an. …mehr

  • Samsung produziert superschnellen NAND-Speicher

    eMMC Pro Class 1500

    Samsung Electronics hat den Produktionsstart einer neuen Generation an Speicherchips bekannt gegeben. Sie zeichnen sich durch besonders hohe Geschwindigkeit und geringen Platzbedarf aus und soll in den kommenden mobilen Topgeräten zum Einsatz kommen. …mehr

  • Extrememory Portable HDD USB 3.0 1 TB designed by Brinell im Test

    Externe 2,5-Zoll-Festplatte

    Bei dieser externen Festplatte stammt das Gehäusedesign von Brinell, einem deutschen Anbieter für Speichermedien, der sich auf avantgardistisches Design und hochwertige Materialen spezialisiert hat. Ob das Laufwerk auch innere Qualitäten hat, verrät der ausführliche Test.  …mehr

  • Mobiles Internet nimmt stärker als mobiles Telefonieren zu

    Bitkom

    Im vergangenen Jahr wurden in Deutschland insgesamt rund 3,2 Milliarden Stunden Gespräche per Handy geführt. Das sei ein Plus von 4,7 Prozent gegenüber dem Vorjahr, teilte der Branchenverband Bitkom auf Basis von Daten der Bundesnetzagentur mit.  …mehr

  • Die wichtigsten IT-Produkte der Woche

    Von Virenschutz für Android bis zu neuer Hardware für Windows 8

    Die COMPUTERWOCHE präsentiert Ihnen die spannendsten neuen IT-Produkte aus der vergangenen Woche. …mehr

  • Choose your own device -- the more manageable BYOD

    Premium-Inhalt. Bring your own device (BYOD) certainly involves all kinds of challenges in managing the , which can be a burden for CIOs and IT departments.

  • Form Productive Habits With These Handy Tools

    Premium-Inhalt. Habits are powerful: Whether it's in health or in creativity, do a little every day, and soon you've done a lot. But a new habit is not always easy to forge: You might forget to do it, it might feel unnatural, or you might just grow tired of it. Fortunately, quite a few tools are available that can help you stay motivated for the long haul and create lasting habits that help you get to where you want to go in life.

  • Medical tech provider virtualises ERP distribution

    Premium-Inhalt. Medical technology company Stryker has seen high performance and minimal downtime since selecting a virtualised product from Citrix to speed distribution of updates for its JD Edwards (JDE) ERP platform, according to Stryker associate director of Global IT infrastructure, Adam Levin.

  • Microsoft blames last week's Azure outage on a configuration error

    Premium-Inhalt. A system configuration mistake caused the outage that affected Windows Azure customers in western Europe last week, according to Microsoft.

  • Need to Choose a Creative Commons License? This New Tool Can Help

    Premium-Inhalt. can be a good way for businesses and artists alike to protect their creative works while enabling productive , but figuring out which of the six Creative Commons licenses is best for you can feel like a daunting challenge.

  • Apple, Samsung Wage Battle Both In and Out of Court

    Premium-Inhalt. If anyone believed the wasn't a bare-knuckle brawl, the first week of the patent infringement trial should have disabused them of those notions.

  • Weekly Wrap: Mastering Mountain Lion and plenty more

    Premium-Inhalt. Now that you and Mountain Lion have had the chance to get to know each other a bit better, the pressure's off: No more first date jitters. We're delighted you and Mac OS X 10.8 have reached this comfortable point in your relationship, so you and the big cat can curl up together, stress-free, and catch up on some of our biggest stories from the week gone by.

  • Samsung's Big Zinger in Patent Case: Apple Exec Liked 7-Inch Galaxy

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple is forever accusing other companies of stealing its ideas and designs but in its current case against Samsung its South Korean rival submitted evidence that Apple watches and even wants to replicate what competitors are doing.

  • Russian Robotic Spacecraft Bumps Up ISS-Bound Shipments to Same-Day Delivery

    Premium-Inhalt. Getting stuff shipped to you here on the surface of Earth is a pretty simple process, thanks to Amazon Prime two-day shipping and other overnight services. Astronauts in space, however, face a much longer delivery process to get fresh life-sustaining supplies like air and water.

  • The Macalope Weekly: Tablet trouble

    Premium-Inhalt. Bad news, iPad fans. Turns out Apple's hot-selling device does not--repeat --satisfy a made-up list of criteria from Lenovo. Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings. It does appear, however, that several people were about the iPad and how well it would do. Very unusual. Tech pundits wrong? Hmm. Very strange. Speaking of tablets, looks like Microsoft's hot and surprisingly well-received tablet interface is going to get a name change! The Macalope provides some helpful suggestions.

  • Leap Motion Overwhelmed By Developer Response

    Premium-Inhalt. It seems like we can expect when it launches next year. Leap Motion reports that it has been flooded with requests for developer units, and an impressive assortment of unique and innovative applications for the motion-sensing device.

  • Greenpeace flies protest blimp over Duke Energy plant

    Premium-Inhalt. Greenpeace has actively opposed Apple for using 'dirty' energy again. Greenpeace flew a blimp over Apple's energy supplier Duke Energy's power plant in North Carolina as a protest against the company's attempt to raise fuel rates. Duke Energy is the power supplier for Apple's Data Centre in Maiden, which houses its iCloud servers.

  • Windows 8 'Metro' Is Dead, But UI Still Needs a Name

    Premium-Inhalt. Whatever the reason, , and Microsoft is temporarily referring to the colorful, tiled interface of the impending flagship operating system as "Windows 8 Style UI". That lacks flare, though, and isn't exactly a name that captures the imagination. Microsoft needs something catchy to brand the unique interface and differentiate it from the desktop mode.

  • Samsung confirms Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich rollout

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung has confirmed that it is rolling out Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to several of its Honeycomb-saddled , including the , and 7.7.

  • Fake Facebook accounts on the rise

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook's enormous user base appears to be growing at an alarming rate, with its 955 million monthly active accounts up some 110 million on the 845 million it boasted just five months ago. But take out all the pet, duplicate and fake accounts, and the increase won't be quite so impressive to its advertisers.

  • Barclays opens entrepreneur hub in Tech City

    Premium-Inhalt. Barclays is opening a centre dedicated to entrepreneurs next to the Google Campus in East London's Tech City, chancellor George Osborne has announced.

  • Google overhauls Android app rules to deter abuse

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has issued a that app developers on its Play store should play fair, adjusting the official policy to outlaw abuses such as impersonation, spamming and deceptive advertising.

  • Samsung Galaxy S3 wireless charger coming in September

    Premium-Inhalt. launched its smartphone with the promise of wireless charging but no hardware has turned up.

  • How to Enhance Your Router With Open-Source Firmware

    Premium-Inhalt. As the number of connected devices in our homes and offices continues to multiply, the limitations of many consumer-grade broadband routers become increasingly apparent. Not so long ago, many users had just one or two systems connected to the Web through their router. But today, many users have multiple smartphones, tablets, printers, laptops/notebooks, and desktop systems connected to their routers, along with such consumer electronics devices as Blu-ray players, HDTVs, and game consoles.

  • Trial with Samsung reveals Apple's 7-inch iPad vision, 'Purple Project'

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple considered developing a car or a camera after seeing the iPod's success, and in early 2011 one of its top executives recommended making a 7-inch iPad, Friday's testimony and documents revealed in the company's patent suit against Samsung.

  • Elgan: Facebook's Summer of Fail

    Premium-Inhalt. Remember when Facebook was the ? When all the attention and traffic and users were headed in droves to it? When founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg was anointed as the new Steve Jobs?

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