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  • SanDisk macht Windows 7 mit Cache-SSD Beine

    ReadyCache

    Mit einer Kombination aus einer 32-GB-SSD und spezieller Software lässt sich laut SanDisk ein Windows-7-PC deutlich beschleunigen.  …mehr

  • Microsofts deutscher Dynamics-Chef geht zu SAP

    Jochen Wießler

    Jochen Wießler, Leiter des Geschäftsbereichs Microsoft Business Solutions, zu dem die "Dynamics"-Produktfamilie zählt, hat die Microsoft Deutschland GmbH verlassen.  …mehr

  • Hacker klauen dem FBI 12 Millionen Apple-UDIDs

    Operation AntiSec

    Peinlicher Datenverlust bei der US-Bundespolizei: Hacker haben einem FBI-Agenten zwölf Millionen eindeutige Apple-Gerätekennungen (UDIDs) vom Laptop entwendet.  …mehr

  • Jelly-Bean-Update für das S3 kommt in den nächsten Tagen

    Samsung Galaxy S3

    Die XDA-Developers sind ein Quell an Neuigkeiten, wenn es um Firmware geht. Sie kommen regelmäßig an neue Software-Versionen, die noch gar nicht auf dem Markt erhältlich sind. So auch im Fall des Samsung Galaxy S3: Ein neuer Fund zeigt, dass das heiß ersehnte Jelly-Bean-Update für das Galaxy S3 schon in den nächsten Tagen erhältlich sein könnte. …mehr

  • Nur jeder Dritte nutzt Passwörter, Codes oder Muster

    Handy-Sicherung

    PIN-Eingabe zum Entsperren der SIM-Karte und Tasten- bzw. Display-Sperre sind keine ausreichenden Maßnahmen zur Sicherung des Handys. Allerdings verzichtet laut einer Umfrage des Bitkom jeder dritte Handy-Nutzer auf weiterreichende Sicherungsmaßnahmen. …mehr

  • Pirate-Bay-Mitgründer wird aus Kambodscha abgeschoben

    Ziel unbekannt

    Der Mitgründer der Internet-Tauschplattform The Pirate Bay, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, kann sich nicht länger in Kambodscha vor der schwedischen Justiz verstecken. Das südostasiatische Land wird den verhafteten Schweden aber nicht an seine Strafverfolger ausliefern. …mehr

  • Premieren-Parade in der Mobilfunk-Branche

    Microsoft und Nokia starten

    In der Mobilfunk-Branche gehen auch nach der IFA die Wochen der Neuheiten weiter. …mehr

  • Smartphone als Fernbedienung für Entertain-IPTV

    IFA

    "Entertain"-Kunden der Deutschen Telekom können ihr Internet-Fernsehen bald auch vom Smartphone aus bedienen.  …mehr

  • Telekom wertet Complete-Mobil-Tarife auf

    SMS-Allnet-Flat

    Seit heute beinhalten alle "Complete-Mobil"-Smartphone-Tarife der Deutschen Telekom eine SMS-Allnet-Flat.  …mehr

  • Xing setzt verstärkt auf Online-Stellenanzeigen

    Connector zu SAP

    Das Online-Netzwerk Xing will vom Boom der Online-Bewerbungen profitieren. …mehr

  • SAP investiert in High-Tech Gründerfonds II

    2,5 Millionen Euro

    Die SAP AG, weltweit Marktführer für Unternehmenssoftware, hat sich am Bonner High Tech Gründerfonds II beteiligt.  …mehr

  • Samsung entschuldigt sich bei indischen Bloggern

    Update

    Samsung hat sich bei den indischen IFA-Bloggern entschuldigt, die sich als Reporter eingeflogen wähnten und eine Menge Stress bekamen, als sie nicht als Promotoren herhalten wollten.  …mehr

  • China Labor Watch verschärft Vorwürfe gegen Samsung

    Kinderarbeit

    China Labor Watch verschärft ihre Vorwürfe gegen den südkoreanischen Handy-Hersteller Samsung. In der kommenden Woche will die Arbeiterschutz-Organisation einen neuen Bericht veröffentlichen, in dem von verbreiteter und systematischer Kinderarbeit die Rede sein soll. …mehr

  • Nokias WP8-Topmodell geleaked

    Lumia 920

    Nokia stellt morgen in New York City unter anderem das neue Topmodell seiner "Lumia"-Familie vor.  …mehr

  • Haufe-Lexware - Wissen aus dem Extranet schafft Mehrwert für Kunden

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Wissen, die wichtigste Ressource der Informationsgesellschaft, strukturiert und effizient zu nutzen, ist das Ziel des Cloud Angebotes "Haufe Suite". Mit einem Projekt aus der Versicherungsbranche bewirbt sich der Anbieter jetzt für den "Best in Cloud" Award der COMPUTERWOCHE.  …mehr

  • Martin Ott wird Nordeuropa-Chef bei Facebook

    Neue Position

    Martin Ott, ehemals Moneybookers und Jamba, ist einem Medienbericht zufolge als Managing Director Northern Europe nun für die Facebook-Geschäfte in Deutschland, Österreich, der Schweiz und Skandinavien zuständig.  …mehr

  • Berliner Zollfahnder durchsuchen Elektronikmesse IFA

    Produktpiraterie

    Zollfahnder sind am Montag gegen Produktpiraten auf der Berliner Elektronikmesse IFA vorgegangen. …mehr

  • 8 kostenlose Workgrouping-Tools

    Centraldesktop, DeskAway, Sosius

    Für die Arbeit im Projektteam bieten sich Workgrouping-Tools an. Wir haben die besten für Sie gesammelt. …mehr

  • Deutsche Telekom betreibt Procurement für die Jackentasche

    Big Data 2012 - die besten Projekte

    Global Procurement BI der Deutschen Telekom hat als Ziel den globalen Einkauf über 22 Gesellschaften zu optimieren, um so einen nachhaltigen Beitrag zur Kostensenkung zu leisten. Basierend auf In-Memory-Technologie von SAP und einem Nearline-Storage-Ansatz kommt dabei das von T-Systems entwickelte Spend AnalyzerCockpit.  …mehr

  • Pong Case - Smartphone/Tablet-Schutzhülle für Strahlenphobiker

    Gadget des Tages

    Die Pong Cases sollen vor Mobilfunk-Strahlung schützen und gleichzeitig den Empfang von Smartphones und Tablets optimieren. …mehr

  • Samsung allegedly threatens to strand bloggers in Berlin

    Premium-Inhalt. You may have read the story that broke over the weekend about two mobile bloggers from India who accepted a trip to Berlin from Samsung. If you missed it, in a nutshell, the story serves as a cautionary tale for tech bloggers who do not believe in the adage "there is no such thing as a free lunch" and companies seeking creative ways to boost positive online buzz.

  • Manual examines how international law applies to cyberwarfare

    Premium-Inhalt. A cybersecurity think tank has published a manual studying how international law applies to conflicts in cyberspace, where the laws of conventional warfare are more difficult to apply.

  • Remains of the Day: Copy machine

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPad mini's hardware may just be a copy of the iPad 2's, Apple does nothing but copy-and-paste from others, and app developers now have a way to report copycats. The remainders for Tuesday, September 4, 2012 copy loud and clear.

  • Time-Warner Cable, carriers roll out mobile red carpet for Democratic convention

    Premium-Inhalt. Service providers taking steps to solve expected mobile congestion problems at the Democratic National Convention this week are addressing issues that are likely to grow in many areas over the next few years.

  • Samsung slammed for alleged worker mistreatment in China

    Premium-Inhalt. A labor rights group has accused Samsung of "illegal and inhumane violations" at its factories in China, reporting cases of excessive overtime and exhausting working conditions, with employees being made to stand for up to 12 hours for a single shift.

  • Big smartphone, tablet news expected from Nokia, Motorola, Amazon & Apple in coming week

    Premium-Inhalt. A flock of major smartphone and tablet announcements are expected over the next week, from Nokia and Microsoft, Motorola, Amazon and Apple. They'll give us a glimpse of how vendors see the future of mobile computing, and how the enterprise fits into it.

  • Network Ten flicks on IT networking upgrade

    Premium-Inhalt. Australian television station, Network Ten, has streamlined studio to studio broadcasting speeds following the consolidation of three disparate networks into two wide area networks (WANs).

  • German federal police to develop their own computer surveillance software

    Premium-Inhalt. The Federal Criminal Police Office of Germany, also known as the BKA, is looking to hire software engineers who can develop remote computer surveillance technologies for use in criminal investigations.

  • Apple's U.S. share of smartphones grows to 33.4%

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's iPhone share of U.S. smartphone subscribers bumped upward 2 percentage points from May through July, giving it 33.4% of the market, online tracking and analytics firm comScore said Tuesday.

  • Philippines' online consumers are among Asia-Pacific's most active

    Premium-Inhalt. Online consumers in the Philippines are among Asia-Pacific's most active in terms of conducting product research, reading consumer reviews and searching for online deals. This is according to a report on the influence of digital media on shopping habits released today by Nielsen.

  • Not IPv6-ready? Time to start planning

    Premium-Inhalt. According to the , thousands of companies and millions of websites are now permanently deploying . So it's safe to say the Internet is officially no longer a homogeneous IPv4-only Internet -- it is a dual-protocol IPv4-IPv6 Internet. While the proportion of IPv6 Internet traffic is relatively small today, the composition of today's Internet is already shifting.

  • APac CEOs: Global economic slump takes toll on region

    Premium-Inhalt. Economic disruption -- including possible recession in the US, the Euro zone crisis and China's slowing economy -- have taken a toll on the confidence of CEOs in the Asia Pacific region, said PwC that released results of a survey Tuesday.

  • HL7 e-health information-sharing standard to be free

    Premium-Inhalt. For 25 years, hospitals and clinics have had to pay an annual membership fee of as much as $1,200 to legally use the most popular set of standards for the electronic exchange of health information.

  • Asia Pacific prefers thinner notebooks

    Premium-Inhalt. Asia Pacific vendors are getting ready for thinner notebooks as the region's personal computer (PC) shipments experienced a 2.6 percent decline in the second quarter of 2012 as compared with the same quarter in 2011.

  • Info workers increase tablet demand in Asia Pacific

    Premium-Inhalt. An increase in the population of information workers in Asia Pacific is set to increase the demand for tablets as per a new Forrester report that notes the population of information workers in Asia Pacific to be 241 million in 2011.

  • Upgraded Wi-Fi network greets Democratic Party conventioneers

    Premium-Inhalt. Charlotte, N.C., is rolling out the red carpet for the Democrats who arrive this week to formally renominate President Barack Obama as their presidential candidate. And Time Warner Cable Arena is rolling out a new, high capacity 802.11n Wi-Fi network for them.

  • The Case for LTE: 4 Reasons Why You Need 4G

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're in the market for a new smartphone or if you simply keep an eye on the latest and greatest mobile devices, you've probably heard a lot about 4G and LTE.

  • Free PDF Image Extractor Offers Easy Way to Unlock Images

    Premium-Inhalt. Unless you are a dab hand with an image editor, having a utility that can extract images from a PDF is a useful thing, for the maybe three times a year you need it. Fortunately, 4dots Software provides their PDF Image Extractor free of charge, so if you need to extract an image that's locked within a PDF you won't need to also extract your wallet from your pants pocket.

  • What could be on tap at Apple's Sept. 12 press event

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple laid months of event rumors and speculation to rest on Tuesday when it . Of course, now that we know for sure that an event is happening, the speculation begins.

  • Are netbooks finally biting the dust?

    Premium-Inhalt. Pretty soon, perhaps, we won't have to ask whether netbooks are finally dead. According to Taiwanese trade paper , the top two netbook manufacturers, Asus and Acer, have at long last abandoned the inexpensive, low-powered netbook.

  • Coming Soon to Linux: Nvidia Optimus Graphics Support

    Premium-Inhalt. Nvidia may have earlier this year, but its switching technology, commonly used as a power-saving mechanism in many laptops, has remained a sticking point for many Linux users.

  • Make Facebook Baby-Free With Unbaby.me

    Premium-Inhalt. I have kids. I love kids. But even I get sick of seeing them sometimes, especially when it seems like they're taking over Facebook. That's why I like Unbaby.me, a Google Chrome and Firefox extension that turns your Facebook news feed into a baby-free zone.

  • Apple device IDs hacked: What you need to know

    Premium-Inhalt. A hacker collective known as AntiSec has published over a million Apple device IDs that it claims were captured from the laptop of an FBI agent. If you own an iPhone or iPad, you might be wondering what this hack means to you, and you might also be curious about why the FBI had your Apple UDID in the first place.

  • LG Intuition offers option between a tablet and smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. A new "in-between" option for those who can't decide between a smartphone and a tablet will be available from Verizon on Sept. 6, in the form of the 5-inch LG Intuition.

  • Google updates Chrome for iOS, fixes bugs

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has released a new version of its Chrome browser for iOS devices that stamps out some bugs, including one that interfered with Yahoo Mail.

  • Create reminders when you aren't in Reminders

    Premium-Inhalt. It's annoying that there's no easy way to create new reminders in Mountain Lion without launching the Reminders app itself. But did figure out a way to do so with Automator. The only hitches: All reminders you create with this workflow must go to the same list, with the same priority, and you can't automatically assign a due date.

  • Do sandboxes and Automated Dynamic Analysis Systems provide the protection they promise?

    Premium-Inhalt. This vendor-written tech primer has been edited by Network World to eliminate product promotion, but readers should note it will likely favor the submitters approach.

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