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  • Patentprozess legt Apple-Geheimnisse offen


    Im kalifornischen Patentprozess von Apple und Samsung spielt die juristische Schlacht bisher eher eine Nebenrolle. …mehr

  • Ultrabook und Tablet wachsen zusammen

    Zwischen Notebook und Tablet PC

    Ob mit schwenkbarem Touchscreen oder Dualscreen, Docking- oder ausfahrbarer Tastatur: Ultrabook und Tablet kommen sich näher. Vor allem in Verbindung mit Windows 8 könnten die „Hybriden“ die Lücke zwischen Notebook und Tablet PC schließen. …mehr

  • Easy Working mit dem iPad

    Tipps für Apples Tablet

    Wir haben Tipps und Gadgets zusammengetragen, die iPad-Nutzern in ihrer täglichen Arbeit weiterhelfen können. …mehr

  • Die wichtigsten IT-Produkte der Woche

    IFA-Highlights, Tablets und TV-Geräte

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

  • Kaspersky Labs warnt vor neuer Angriffswelle auf Android-Smartphones

    ZeuS in the Mobile (ZitMo)

    Der Banking-Trojaner ZeuS-in-the-Mobile (ZitMo) greift in neuen Varianten Smartphones mit den Betriebssystemen Android und Blackberry an. Die Anti-Viren-Experten von Kaspersky Labs sprechen von einer wahren Angriffswelle. …mehr

  • Unheimlicher Job


    Manchen Menschen, die mit IT zu tun haben, ist Cloud Computing unheimlich. Jüngstes Beispiel ist Steve Wozniak, Mitgründer von Apple und Erfinder der ersten Modelle Apple I und II.  …mehr

  • Get a Mars Rover of Your Own - Sort of - With This Hot Wheels Toy

    Premium-Inhalt. On Friday, we looked at on Lego Cuusoo. It's cool, but it's also not available for sale (though you can make your own if you want), If you're looking for something you can go out and by, though, Mattel has something for you.

  • Why Acer is wrong about Microsoft Surface

    Premium-Inhalt. Acer CEO Campbell Kan slammed Microsoft this week, telling a newspaper reporter that Microsoft should " " about its decision to make Surface touch .

  • Apple biggest fans are older consumers

    Premium-Inhalt. Older customers are now Apple's biggest fans, said a brand perception measurement company Friday, citing shifting demographics that indicate the company's appeal to the young and technology-enamored has been slipping.

  • Reports: IBM considering acquisition of RIM enterprise services?

    Premium-Inhalt. Research in Motion's (RIM) enterprise-services unit has been approached by IBM to discuss the possibility of an acquisition, according to reports.

  • Zynga COO resigns

    Premium-Inhalt. John Schappert, chief operating officer (COO) and director of online social gaming company Zynga, has resigned.

  • Lawmakers Look to Block Verizon-Cable Spectrum Deal

    Premium-Inhalt. As Verizon Wireless' $3.9 billion with several of the nation's largest cable companies near the end stages of a regulatory review, critics are urging antitrust authorities to block the transactions outright or attach significant conditions that they say are necessary to preserve competition and protect consumers.

  • Holograms may appear at future Olympics: Report

    Premium-Inhalt. Holograms of events could be projected from one stadium to another at the 2024 Olympic Games as the holographic technology continues to develop, according to a new report authored by experts from the IT and sporting industries.

  • Download YouTube Videos and Playlists in One Click With Free YouTube Download

    Premium-Inhalt. YouTube video downloading tools come and go, and most of them are not really that good. They're slow cumbersome, and so mired in banner advertising and pop-ups that it's easy to give them up. But one free tool that stands out from the crowd in a really big way and makes downloading YouTube videos a delight is Free YouTube Download.

  • How to Use Your Android Tablet as a Secondary Display

    Premium-Inhalt. If you own an Android tablet, you probably get most of your real work done on a desktop or laptop PC, and use your tablet primarily for casual Web browsing and content consumption. But you can use your tablet to improve your productivity, too. Since a tablet is essentially a portable touchscreen, why not repurpose it during work hours as a secondary display?

  • Five Free Fonts Welcome You to Summer Camp

    Premium-Inhalt. Whether it's for swim camp or pony camp, sleep-away or day camp, or even stay-at-home-and-play camp, we have a font to make your summer fun even more sugary, scary, and silly. All these fonts are free for personal use, so load them up and enjoy the memorieswithout the mosquitoes.

  • Google Appeases Hollywood But Rankles Internet Freedom Watchers

    Premium-Inhalt. Google's nod to Hollywood with its decision to demote in its search results sites accused of copyright infringement raises questions about fairness and the ability of suspected violators to challenge the move.

  • The Week in iPad Cases: Dream avatar

    Premium-Inhalt. It's that time of the week again! Weve yet again, explored the deepest recesses of the Internet to find the latest protective accessories for your favourite tablet.

  • FBI issues ransom malware warning after being "inundated" by victims

    Premium-Inhalt. The FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has issued an about a major ransomware campaign after being "inundated" with complaints from US consumers locked out of their PCs.

  • Smoon: Self-Transforming Spoon of the Future Is the Geekiest Cooking Gadget Ever

    Premium-Inhalt. Like most self-taught cooking enthusiasts, I tend to see recipes as rough guidelines as opposed to rules to live by. However, that's not the case for everyone. For those who demand the utmost perfection in their culinary masterpieces, accuracy is everything; a single tablespoon can mean the difference between an exquisite meal or ignominious failure. If you belong to the latter category but have problems getting your measurements just right, here's something that you may want to put into a future Christmas wish list.

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