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  • Marktplatz für Grafikdesigner treibt globale Expansion voran

    99designs schluckt 12designer

    Die in Australien gegründete Internet-Firma 99designs hat den Berliner Marktplatz 12designer übernommen und will nun zu einer globalen Börse für die Vermittlung von Grafikdesign-Aufträgen werden. …mehr

  • "Unter Kontrolle" - Thriller mit Twitter-Regie

    Experiment

    Einmal wie Steven Spielberg Regie bei einem echten Spielfilm führen: Für tausende Niederländer wurde dieser Traum am Montagabend wahr. Über Twitter gaben sie Schauspielern Regieanweisungen und konnten gleichzeitig im Internet einen Thriller live sehen. …mehr

  • Deutsche Telekom schielt auf Kabelnetzgeschäft

    Interesse an Primacom

    Die Deutsche Telekom erwägt wegen der scharfen Konkurrenz durch die deutschen Kabelnetzbetreiber nun auch einen Einstieg in dieses Geschäft. …mehr

  • Acer-Chef kritisiert Microsofts Tablet-Pläne

    Update

    Microsoft will mit einem eigenen Tablet endlich den Durchbruch auf dem boomenden Markt mit den handlichen Computern schaffen. Der Weg ist jedoch riskant. Das gesamte Ökosystem der Computerbranche stehe auf dem Spiel, kritisiert Acer-Chef Wang. …mehr

  • US-Journalist Mat Honan digital ruiniert

    Gefährlich verknüpfte Konten

    Hacker haben alle wichtigen Internet-Konten des US-Journalisten Mat Honan gelöscht oder missbraucht. …mehr

  • LG bringt Notiz- und Screenshot-Funktion auf Optimus-L-Smartphones

    QuickMemo

    LG Electronics bringt seine QuickMemo-Anwendung auch auf Smartphones der Optimus-L-Serie. Damit können Nutzer per Fingereingabe Notizen auf dem Smartphone anlegen und weiterleiten. …mehr

  • Acer-Chef kritisiert Microsofts Tablet-Pläne

    "Think twice."

    Der taiwanische Computerhersteller Acer hat den US-Softwarekonzern Microsoft wegen dessen geplanter Produktion eigener Tablets kritisiert. …mehr

  • Wirtschaftskriminelle meist Führungskräfte

    KPMG: Die Täter-Profile

    Oft sind Wirtschaftskriminelle männliche Führungskräfte, die seit vielen Jahren in einem Unternehmen tätig sind. Das zeigt eine KPMG-Studie.  …mehr

  • Ausgaben für IT-Outsourcing steigen 2012 auf 252 Milliarden Dollar

    Gartner

    Die Marktforschungs- und Beratungsfirma Gartner hat eine Prognose zum ITO-Markt (IT-Outsourcing) für das Jahr 2012 vorgelegt. …mehr

  • Erste Gebote bei Kodak-Patentauktion noch niedrig

    "WSJ"

    Bei der für Kodak überlebenswichtigen Patentauktion sind Apple und Google laut einem Zeitungsbericht nur mit niedrigen Geboten ins Rennen gegangen. …mehr

  • Zeigt Nokia erste Smartphones mit Windows Phone 8?

    Hausmesse Nokia World

    Nokia wird wohl auf der Nokia World in Helsinki erste Smartphones mit Windows Phone 8 vorstellen. Die Geräte werden es mit dem neuen iPhone 5 aufnehmen müssen, das Apple voraussichtlich eine Woche später vorstellen wird. …mehr

  • Musik und Filme von iTunes zum iPad streamen

    iTunes-Privatfreigabe am iPad

    Das iPad hat im lokalen Netzwerk Zugriff auf die komplette iTunes-Mediathek von Mac oder PC. Wir zeigen, wie Sie Musik und Filme vom Rechner zum iPad streamen.  …mehr

  • ITIL ist erst der Anfang

    So managen Sie IT-Services

    Erfüllt die Implementierung von Prozessstrukturen schon die Bedingungen für ein leistungsorientiertes Management der IT-Services? Wohl kaum! Deshalb bringt ITIL noch keine Verbesserung. …mehr

  • Bei Facebook drohen Abmahnungen

    Anwender sind verunsichert

    Die Nutzer des sozialen Netzwerks haften nicht für jede fremde Meldung im eigenen Profil. Jenny Hubertus nennt Einzelheiten.  …mehr

  • Remains of the Day: Sleight of hand

    Premium-Inhalt. One site pulls more evidence of a taller iPhone screen out of its hat, the Apple's Genius ads pull a disappearing act, and Apple's next magic trick may be holograms. The remainders for Tuesday, August 7, 2012 will utter the magic words.

  • MetroPCS claims world's first voice-over-LTE service

    Premium-Inhalt. MetroPCS said late Tuesday it had launched a commercial voice-over-LTE service, claiming a win in the international race for the next generation of mobile voice.

  • Dotcom cries foul over Megaupload raid

    Premium-Inhalt. Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom appeared in Auckland High Court today as part of a judicial review of the police raid on his rented Coatesville mansion in January. This followed a ruling last month that the search and seizure operation was unlawful.

  • Torvalds, Kroah-Hartman and other Linux luminaries will attend first-ever Korean Linux Forum

    Premium-Inhalt. Several of the world's biggest names - including Greg Kroah-Hartman and Linus Torvalds himself - will be present at the Linux Foundation's first Korean Linux Forum, to be held October 11-12 at the JW Marriott in Seoul.

  • How to Hire a Social Media Specialist

    Premium-Inhalt. As more businesses continue to increase their presence on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and other social networks, social media jobs, too, are predicted to rise. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2013. That's a lot of hiring.

  • Krusell's Luna Mobile Undercover case only protects the back of the iPhone 4

    Premium-Inhalt. Krusell, a mobile accessory brand based in Sweden, makes a stylish alternative to your typical, bulky iPhone 4 case: the $27 . With a lightweight polycarbonate shell and man-made leather backing, this could be the case for you if your lifestyle demands fashion over maximum iPhone protection.

  • 'Damn Small Linux' Returns with a Brand-New Release Candidate

    Premium-Inhalt. The past few months have seen a flurry of updates, and this one is certainly no exception.

  • SSD array maker Nimble releases scale-out arrays

    Premium-Inhalt. Start-up Nimble Storage , scalable flash arrays with a range of performance and storage shelves.

  • Oracle-Google judge wants companies to disclose any paid relationships with press, bloggers

    Premium-Inhalt. The judge overseeing the lawsuit between Oracle and Google over the Android mobile OS wants to know the names of any writers who have a paid relationship with either company.

  • Sorry, PC Makers: Microsoft is Building 'Next Generation' Surface

    Premium-Inhalt. It looks like PC makers are going to have to get used to having Microsoft as a competitor, because the company is already at work on more Surface PCs.

  • Legacy Family Tree Stretches to Include Large Families...But It's Hard to Use

    Premium-Inhalt. Legacy Family Tree is a free software tool that can help fill in the gaps in your background and dig up your roots whether they're Jewish, Mormon, Catholic, atheist, or any other denomination.

  • Configure Google's two-step authentication

    Premium-Inhalt. writer Mat Honan fell victim to a brutal hack over the weekend. Through misplaced ingenuity and a smidgen of social engineering, and wiped his iPhone, iPad, and Mac drives clean. The involved breaking into Honans Amazon account, and then using information found there to break into his iCloud account. Things only got worse from there.

  • Open source API manager aims to help developers find, evaluate, and subscribe to APIs

    Premium-Inhalt. WSO2 began offering this week an open source API manager, providing managed API access and governance.

  • Verizon Wireless reveals $150 20GB shared data plan, and four others

    Premium-Inhalt. Verizon Wireless Tuesday revealed that there are five additional data tiers over and above the six tiers announced with its Share Everything plans earlier this summer.

  • Microsoft will give Windows 8 users 'Do Not Track' options for IE10

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today said users of Windows 8 will be able to change the default setting for the "Do Not Track" privacy feature in Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) when they first run the new operating system.

  • NASA: Mars Curiosity rover in 'great shape'

    Premium-Inhalt. The rover Curiosity wrapped up its first full day on the Martian surface and is functioning perfectly, NASA officials said Tuesday.

  • Is iPad Over-Hyped in the Enterprise?

    Premium-Inhalt. CIO Otto Doll of the city of Minneapolis bought into the iPad craze in January, opening his computing environment to both company-issued and personally-owned iPads. He figured many of the city's 3,600 PC-toting workers would take up his offer and flood the network with Apple's magic tablet.

  • Oracle-Google judge wants companies to disclose any paid relationships with press, bloggers

    Premium-Inhalt. The judge overseeing the lawsuit between Oracle and Google over the Android mobile OS wants to know the names of any writers who have a paid relationship with either company.

  • Never Come Home to Empty Cupboards Again With This Virtual Grocery Store

    Premium-Inhalt. Everyone's been there: You get back from a trip, open the cupboard to make a coffee before you unpack, and there's no coffee. Or bread. Or milk. Or even bananas. The next thing you know, you're eating green beans out of a can. But it doesn't have to be that way.d"

  • Solar for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Most weather apps try to convince you to ditch the default Weather offering in iOS by adding more features. takes the opposite approach, stripping down its weather report to essentially offer time, temperature, and condition-appropriate color patterns. Whether Solar tops what you already get for free from Apple's built-in app depends on the value you place on aesthetics.

  • Ill. bans firms from asking workers, job seekers for social media info

    Premium-Inhalt. Illinois has become the third state in the country to pass a law prohibiting companies from asking employees and job candidates for usernames and passwords to their social media accounts.

  • 4 Things Apple Will Eliminate With iPhone 5 and iOS 6

    Premium-Inhalt. The is set to bring some radical changes for users, and it will also mark a very public break-up between Apple and Google. Much-loved Google products on iOS will now disappear or be replaced with Apple variants, while hardware design changes will bring long-term improvements, but short-term headaches for some users.

  • Curiosity Sends Back its First Color Image of Mars From its 17-Camera Arsenal

    Premium-Inhalt. Even though it , the Curiosity rover is already hard at work. On Tuesday, NASA received its from the car-sized rover of the surrounding Gale Crater, where it will begin its scientific mission to find evidence of water and life forms on Mars.

  • What is Heck is Yammer?

    Premium-Inhalt. Social media professionals have no doubt heard about Yammer, the corporate-friendly social media darling that Microsoft for a cool $1.2 billion in cash. But do you really know what Yammer does, or more importantly, what Yammer promises it can do for your business?

  • ACCC seeks comment on NBN POI locations

    Premium-Inhalt. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is seeking submissions on its on the draft section list of points of interconnect (POI) for the National Broadband Network (NBN).

  • Legal services receive NBN funding

    Premium-Inhalt. Four legal centres have received Federal Government funding to connect regional and city lawyers through the National Broadband Network (NBN).

  • Ashampoo Photo Optimizer Doesn't Stand Out From the Crowd

    Premium-Inhalt. When it comes to the numerous photo editing programs, add-ons, and apps out there, the choice between one program or another often comes down to a balance between breadth of tools and ease of use. Ashampoo Photo Optimizer falls squarely on the side of ease of use at the expense of breadth of tools.

  • Rewriting Internet history

    Premium-Inhalt. Rewriting history for political purposes used to be a favorite pastime in the old Soviet Union. In a neat turn of events we now see the Wall Street Journal doing the same thing.

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