In der kommenden Woche wird der kanadische Smartphone-Hersteller Research in Motion (RIM) amerikanischen Mobilfunkbetreibern wie AT&T und Verizon Wireless zwei Beta-Versionen von Blackberry-Smartphones mit der neuen Betriebssystemversion Blackberry OS 10 vorstellen. …mehr
Premium-Inhalt. As the presidential campaign heads into high gear, the candidates and their supporters are blanketing the airwaves with a barrage of ads, particularly in states considered battle grounds in November.
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Premium-Inhalt. I really thought the whole stylus idea had been consigned to the same storage closet as Zip drives and dial-up modems, but Samsung doggedly stuck with it in the Galaxy Note 10.1, an ambitious new design that attempts to compete with the on its own turf.
Premium-Inhalt. Chinese PC maker Lenovo said on Thursday net profit in its fiscal first quarter ended June 30 grew by 30 percent year-over-year, as the company inched closer toward surpassing HP to become the top vendor in the market.
Premium-Inhalt. Cisco Systems posted a small sales gain of 4 percent and a larger boost in profit for its fiscal fourth quarter on Wednesday.
Premium-Inhalt. The CEO of Brocade Communications has announced plans to retire from the company, even as the storage networking vendor reported increased profits for the quarter just ended.
Premium-Inhalt. The (putatively) true Hollywood story behind Apple's acquisition of AuthenTec, a (possible) sneak preview of the new iPhone dock-connector port, and the judge in the Apple-Samsung case exposes a troubling drug habit (sort of). Extra, extra, read all about the remainders for Thursday, August 16, 2012.
Premium-Inhalt. Google yesterday said it will pay up to $2 million for major vulnerabilities in its Chrome browser at a second Pwnium hacking contest this fall.
Premium-Inhalt. What do you get when you combine Mario Kart with traditional Japanese art? Why, , of course. Ukiyo-e Heroes is a "parody art project that follows the long tradition of popular art in Japan," and a celebration of Japan's contribution to the video games industry.
Premium-Inhalt. Reuters News Service's blogging platform has been hacked, allowing false posts claiming that Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal had died to be published.
Premium-Inhalt. Ecuador has decided to grant Julian Assange political asylum, in a move meant to prevent the WikiLeaks founder from being extradited to Sweden where he is suspected of committing sexual offenses.
Premium-Inhalt. Gift cards and wish lists are coming to the Google Play store, according to , whose hackers uncovered code supporting the features in a new update of the stores application package.
Premium-Inhalt. The release of the new World of Warcraft expansion Mists of Pandaria is fast approaching, and this week Blizzard displayed the opening cinematic to the game at the Gamescom conference in Cologne, Germany. As always, Blizzards cinematic team has some cutting-edge CGI to show off and we thought it was worth your time to take a look at.
Premium-Inhalt. Web usage by iPhone and iPad owners has grown by 35% in North American over the past year, while browsing with BlackBerry smartphones and the PlayBook tablet has dropped by 25%.
Premium-Inhalt. A draft of the copyright chapter of the negotiating text for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement (TPPA), leaked to the public early this month, shows New Zealand holding the line for permitted uses of copyright under the treaty, in accordance with domestic legislation.
Premium-Inhalt. Despite widespread calls for more spectrum to carry mobile data, there is a wide range of technologies already being used or explored that could help to speed up networks or put off the day when more frequencies need to be cleared.
Premium-Inhalt. Starting yesterday, Microsoft began releasing the final code of Windows 8 to developers, IT professionals and businesses that license the company's products in volume.
Premium-Inhalt. If you own a dog, you probably already know that it isn't not safe to leave your pooch in a hot car. Of course, dogs don't just overheat in cars--like humans, dogs can get too hot wherever they are if they can't get in the shade.
Premium-Inhalt. DSLRs are basically made to only do one thing very well, and that's taking photos. Beyond that, though, it's pretty much useless for editing those photos or sharing them until you get to a computer.
Premium-Inhalt. At Apple, our most important resource, our soul, is our people. So starts the Apple Credo. When I started a year-and-a-half stint working for Apple retail in 2008, we were given and told to carry it around in our name-tag lanyards. (I picture some higher-up somewhere had grand visions of Specialists rushing to the back of the house to consult their credo in the midst of a tough interaction with a customer.)
Premium-Inhalt. High-pressure warranty sales tactics are nothing new in the tech world, but one sales pitch by Dell tech support seems a little more underhanded than usual.
Premium-Inhalt. Google is partnering with a new Internet registrar that will let Apps customers choose Internet domains with a country code (CC) suffix.
Premium-Inhalt. A senior Republican senator on Thursday insisted there is no partisan dissent over the need for a strong national cybersecurity policy but added that a Democratic-backed cyber bill that is stalled in the Senate is not the answer.
Premium-Inhalt. Acer plans to produce Windows RT devices at some point, according to a company spokeswoman.
Premium-Inhalt. How do you control your ever-increasing number of social networks and activities? Most either keep their networks separated, or use social clients such as or to aggregate their social activities under one roof. These are great options for controlling your social accounts, and sometimes even your blog, but what about email, calendar, media and documents? A new free solution from aims to bring all these activities under one client called MultiMi.
Premium-Inhalt. Symantec today said it has plugged a hole in its Norton Online Backup service that inadvertently allowed some users to view and access data of other Norton Online backup customers.
Premium-Inhalt. If your -based computer suddenly won't boot up, it could be the evil doing of malicious malware that deletes the contents of your computer -- farewell, documents, pictures and videos -- and then prevents reboot.
Premium-Inhalt. on Thursday unveiled an overhauled version of its popular iOS app, one that lets users see their photographs arrayed on a map of where they were taken.
Premium-Inhalt. A U.S. Department of Justice investigation has concluded that a multifaceted US$3.9 billion agreement between Verizon Wireless and four of the largest cable TV network operators in the country could substantially harm competition and lead to higher prices in the wireless communications market.
Premium-Inhalt. Sony has unveiled the Sony Reader PRS-T2, a touchscreen-enabled follow-up to the low-priced that debuted in late 2011. Sony's latest addition to the PRS-T lineup features new social features for Facebook and Evernote, improved page turns, simplified home screen, improved battery life, and one additional font size compared to its predecessor. The device comes in white, red, and matte black, costs $130 and, at least at launch, includes a voucher to get the e-book version of .