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  • IBM Connections lernt dazu

    Social Software Version 4.0

    IBM schickt die neue Version 4.0 seiner Social Software für Unternehmen "Connections" ins Rennen um die Gunst der Nutzer.  …mehr

  • Erste Eindrücke vom iPhone 5

    Federleicht und edel

    Wie das iPhone 5 sich im Detail gegen Konkurrenz-Produkte wie das Galaxy S III von Samsung oder die Geräte von HTC, Sony, Motorola und Nokia behaupten wird, werden erst ausführliche Tests zeigen. …mehr

  • VirtualBox kann jetzt besser mit Windows 8

    Version 4.2.0

    Die von Oracle gesponserte quelloffene Desktop-Virtualisierungssoftware "VirtualBox" liegt seit heute in der finalen Version 4.2.0 vor.  …mehr

  • Seit 30 Jahren lächelt sich ein Smiley durchs Netz

    Glückwunsch :-)

    Doppelpunkt links, Klammer rechts, mittig noch ein Strich :-) und fertig ist das Grinsegesicht. Vor 30 Jahren erblickte der seitwärts liegende Smiley das Licht der damals noch winzigen Online-Welt. Es folgte eine atemberaubende Karriere.  …mehr

  • Schaar kritisiert Backpacker-Netzwerk Couchsurfing

    Neue Nutzungsbedingungen

    Deutschlands oberster Datenschützer Peter Schaar hat das soziale Netzwerk Couchsurfing.org wegen drohender Eingriffe in das Datenschutzrecht kritisiert. …mehr

  • Rollei Bullet HD Pro 1080p - Camcorder für Sportler

    Gadget des Tages

    Wer seine sportlichen Höchstleistungen aus jeder erdenklichen Perspektive dokumentieren möchte, sollte einen Blick auf die neue Action-Cam Bullet HD Pro 1080p von Rollei werfen. …mehr

  • HGST füllt Festplatten mit Helium

    Kapazität rauf, TCO runter

    Schon seit sechs mehr als Jahren arbeitet HGST daran, Festplatten mit Helium statt Luft zu füllen. Im kommenden Jahr soll die Produktreife erreicht sein.  …mehr

  • Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE geht in den Verkauf

    Ab heute

    Vodafone bietet ab heute als erster deutscher Mobilfunkbetreiber das Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE an. Das Samsung-Handy ist bereits das fünfte LTE-Smartphone in den Shops des Düsseldorfer Mobilfunkbetreibers. …mehr

  • Burda Digital Systems steigt auf IBM um

    SAP-Hosting

    Der IT-Dienstleister Burda Digital Systems hat sich für seine SAP-Umgebung für einen Wechsel auf IBM-Systeme entschieden.  …mehr

  • Apple macht Musik-Netzwerk Ping dicht

    Gefloppt

    Apple gibt nach gut zwei Jahren sein erfolgloses Musik-Netzwerk Ping auf. …mehr

  • Der Preis der Mobilität

    Erschöpft und niedergeschlagen

    Ständig erreichbar, Überstunden, wechselnde Arbeitsorte, lange Anfahrtswege: Die flexible Arbeitswelt bringt Beschäftigte an die Grenzen ihrer Belastbarkeit. Das belegt der aktuelle Fehlzeiten-Report der AOK.  …mehr

  • Facebook-Chef Mark Zuckerberg in Hochform

    "Suche ist interessant"

    Der wegen des verpatzten Börsengangs viel gescholtene Facebook-Gründer Mark Zuckerberg geht in die Offensive. In seinem ersten Interview nach dem verpatzten Börsengang im Mai umreißt er das Bild eines Sozialen Netzwerks, dass dank der zunehmenden Verbreitung von Smartphones mehr und mehr Menschen erreicht - und über Werbung gut daran verdient.  …mehr

  • T-Mobile profitiert von LTE-Chip des iPhone 5

    Wettbewerbsvorteil

    Der superschnelle LTE-Datenfunk im neuen iPhone 5 bringt der Deutschen Telekom einen Wettbewerbsvorteil gegenüber anderen Netzbetreibern. …mehr

  • Windows-Daten mit Tools absichern

    Mehr Sicherheit für Windows 7

    Oft greift Schadsoftware gezielt Benutzerdaten und Personenidentifikationsmerkmale von Windows-Rechnern ab. Mit geeigneten Sicherheitsprogrammen machen Sie Datendieben einen Strich durch die Rechnung.  …mehr

  • BeyondPod Podcast Manager

    Podcast-Manager für Android

    Google stellt seine Podcast-App Google Listen im November ein, Podcast-Fans müssen also eine Alternative suchen - eine der besten Anwendungen dafür ist der Podcast Manager von BeyondPod.  …mehr

  • NetApp mit Microsoft Private Cloud

    Gegen EMC positioniert

    Es gibt mehrere Lösungen für eine Converged Infrastructure aus Storage, Server, Netzwerk & Virtualisierung. NetApp setzt mit FlexPod auf Hypervisor-Offenheit.  …mehr

  • So haben Sie mehr vom Akku

    Ratgeber Hardware

    Akkus müssen richtige Dauerläufer sein. Richtig behandelt, lässt Sie die Energiequelle Ihres Mobilrechners unterwegs nicht so schnell im Stich. Mit diesen Tricks hält der Stromspeicher länger durch.  …mehr

  • Test - Benq RL2450HT

    TFT-Bildschirm für Spiele-Profis

    Der Benq RL2450HT ist ein TFT-Bildschirm, der speziell für Spiele-Profis optimiert ist. Aber auch im normalen PC-Einsatz macht er eine gute Figur.  …mehr

  • Digittrade Security HDD RS256 750 GB USB 3.0 im Test

    Externe Festplatte mit Security-Features

    Bei der Digittrade Security HDD RS256 steht der Sicherheitsaspekt an erster Stelle: Die Platte verschlüsselt nicht nur Ihre Daten mit AES (256 Bit). Sie erhalten überhaupt erst dann Zugang zu der externen Festplatte, wenn Sie den passenden RFID-Chip zur Hand haben. Mehr dazu im Test.  …mehr

  • NoSQL - die neue Datenbankgeneration?

    Neue Datenbankmodelle

    Bislang war bei Datenbanken eigentlich alles ganz einfach: Es gab das relationale Modell - alles andere waren im Grunde Randerscheinungen. Das könnte sich ändern. Speziell rund um NoSQL zeichnen sich Alternativen ab. …mehr

  • Worauf Sie beim Kauf achten sollten

    Dienstwägen über Internet-Plattform

    Das Oberlandesgericht Hamm hat entschieden, dass die Angabe "Jahreswagen - 1 Vorbesitzer/1. Hand" irreführend ist.  …mehr

  • Zertifizierte Apps aus dem SAP Store

    CW-Serie: Business-App-Stores

    Mit eigenen und Partner-Apps will SAP vor allem sein Software-Portfolio attraktiver und interessanter machen. Der SAP Store soll sich genauso einfach nutzen lassen wie Consumer-Stores. Qualität und die Eignung fürs Business sichern Zertifikate.  …mehr

  • Mobile Prozesse setzen neue Prioritäten für CIOs

    Systems of Engagement

    Vom den "Systems of Record" zu den "Systems of Engagement" - wie die IT zum Bestandteil einer neuen Wertschöpftungskette für das Unternehmen wird. …mehr

  • Vorteil für Kundenversteher

    Informatiker in Banken

    Das Profil des IT-Experten im Bankensektor ändert sich - auch wegen der anhaltenden Outsourcing-Welle. Weniger der Entwickler wird benötigt als der Prozess- und Fachexperte.  …mehr

  • Apple's LTE move with iPhone 5 leaves Europe on the back burner

    Premium-Inhalt. While Apple is moving to LTE with the iPhone 5, it's focused for now on North America and advanced Asian markets, leaving Europe's most important LTE bands behind.

  • iPhone 5 in the enterprise: Pain or gain?

    Premium-Inhalt. If the new iPhone 5 with LTE wireless sells as well as analysts predict, its impact on IT shops already wrestling with the Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) trend could be dramatic.

  • Thunderbolt not yet feasible for smartphones and tablets, Intel says

    Premium-Inhalt. The Thunderbolt interconnect technology could take a while to reach smartphones and tablets because of power consumption issues that need to be resolved, Intel executives said on Wednesday.

  • Spotlight on the iPhone 5

    Premium-Inhalt. As expected, it was a big day for Apple. The company announced some products that we expected and others that came as something of a surprise. In this episode I speak with the two men who were there to witness the announcements--Jason Snell and Dan Moren. Not only did they attend the event, but they laid hands on Apple's new goods as well.

  • The iPhone 5: What you need to know

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple is generous with information when it releases a new product, but some of those product's details may be difficult to ferret out of Apple pronouncements and presentations. Confounded by the what, how, why, and where of the new iPhone 5? We spare you from having to waste your time digging by answering your every iPhone 5 question with clarity.

  • FCC to move on sharing scheme that could free up 100MHz of wireless spectrum

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission says it will act by the end of the year on a White House-appointed panel's recommendation to have federal agencies share 100MHz of spectrum with commercial users.

  • Office for Windows RT to ship between November and January

    Premium-Inhalt. Buyers of computers running Windows RT, the Windows 8 version for ARM-based devices, will receive at no additional cost a version of Office that will become available in multiple languages between November and January.

  • Look, no wires! Intel demos wireless docking for Ultrabook

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel demonstrated a new technology on Thursday that promises to rid computers of many of the connectors and cables that are needed today to connect to a myriad of peripherals and other devices.

  • The Week in iPhone Cases: Take 5

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPhone 5 is finally here--where by "finally," we mean "wow, the rumors have been going full-tilt for months now"--which means that case manufacturers are busy announcing all sorts of protective accessories for the latest model. In fact, this week we've got so many new cases to cover, with more announcements coming in as I write this, that we've got roundups. Here's the first; come back tomorrow for the second.

  • iCloud outage strikes discordant tone with professional musician

    Premium-Inhalt. Rosanne Cash is best known for three things: her lush voice, the folk/country/rock/blues songs she composes and sings, and an affinity for her father Johnny Cash's music, which she mingles into her repertoire. Less well known is her addiction to technology for both personal and business purposes, which bit her and at least hundreds of thousands of iCloud users over the last few days .

  • Intel demos 7Gbps wireless docking

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel on Thursday demonstrated multigigabit wireless docking technology that affords speeds of up to 7Gbps, 10 times the rate of the fastest Wi-Fi networks based on the IEEE 802.11n standard.

  • PC Fix Cleaner thoroughly cleans your Windows Registry and your wallet

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're charging $30 for a registry cleaner, it had better be pretty darn good. Dubai Click's utility PC Fix Cleaner is. Whether that's enough to recommend it over an effective freebie such as is another matter.

  • Anonymous member arrested during online chat after threat against FBI

    Premium-Inhalt. Dallas law enforcement authorities have arrested self-professed Anonymous spokesman Barrett Brown in what appears to have been a dramatic raid of his apartment late Wednesday night.

  • Intel works to extend mobile device battery life by solving radio problems

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel on Thursday showed off technologies for the future that are designed to improve the computing experience by extending the battery life of PCs, making devices smaller and enabling always-on communications.

  • Acer says netbooks aren't dead yet

    Premium-Inhalt. Acer is convinced that netbooks can survive in the tablet age, though it's one of the only PC makers left that thinks so.

  • T-Mobile's latest iPhone 5 Week cry for attention: Tappy the robot

    Premium-Inhalt. T-Mobile has released a video showcasing an engineering robot in its labs called Tappy that taps away on iPhones and other smartphones to ensure they're up to snuff.

  • Galaxy Victory LTE smartphone goes on sale Sunday for $100

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint announced the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE will go on sale Sunday for $99.99 after rebate with a two-year service agreement.

  • Canonical Ubuntu management tool gets hefty upgrade

    Premium-Inhalt. Anticipating greater usage of Ubuntu within the enterprise, Canonical has released a significant update to its Landscape Ubuntu system management tool.

  • iPhone trade-in prices start to slip after iPhone 5 unveiling

    Premium-Inhalt. Used iPhone values dropped as much as 8% at several trade-in firms after Apple announced the new iPhone 5 and cut prices for two older models yesterday.

  • Uniblue Powersuite 2013 makes system maintenance easy (if expensive)

    Premium-Inhalt. It's arguable as to whether any optimizing program will save you more time than you spend using it, especially when it sits in the background "optimizing." That's true even when the product is as nicely put together as Uniblue's Powersuite 2013, which takes the functionality of the company's system optimizer and tweaker and builds on it with both a disk optimizer and driver updater.

  • Gartner: Worldwide Security Spending Will Approach $86 Billion in 2016

    Premium-Inhalt. Worldwide spending on security is expected to touch the $60 billion mark in 2012, up 8.4 percent from $55 billion in the previous year, according to research company Gartner -- this figure will approach $86 billion in 2016.

  • ISIS consortium delays launch of NFC-based mobile payments in Salt Lake City and Austin

    Premium-Inhalt. ISIS, a consortium of three wireless carriers, said Thursday that it will not launch its Near-Field Communication-based mobile payment service in Salt Lake City or Austin, Texas by the end of the summer as earlier planned.

  • iPhone 5 preordering starts at midnight Friday morning

    Premium-Inhalt. Here's hoping you didn't stay up all night celebrating : According to and the , Apple for the new iPhone first thing Friday morning, at 12:01 a.m. Pacific Time, and the three U.S. carriers will follow suit. As of this story's publication, Apple had not respond to a request for confirmation from

  • US lawmakers question plans for spectrum sharing

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. government needs to do a better job of identifying wireless spectrum used by federal agencies that could be repurposed for commercial mobile services, several lawmakers and an auditing agency said Thursday.

  • iPhone 5: Why no NFC?

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple left out near-field communication technology in the new iPhone 5, a decision that one NFC backer said could result in Apple's loss.

  • New JavaScript Tech Will Make Firefox 18 Faster

    Premium-Inhalt. Things never stand still for long in the world of Web browsers, and Mozilla's popular contender is no exception.

  • Start your fingers: Apple iPhone 5 online pre-orders start at 12:01 a.m. on West Coast

    Premium-Inhalt. has confirmed that pre-orders will start at 12:01 a.m. on the West Coast, and therefore, in the very wee hours for those further east across the United States.

  • Integrating MDM into IT service management is key to operational efficiency in a mobile world

    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 submitter's approach.

  • iPhone 5 for less: Walmart pricing starts at $189.97

    Premium-Inhalt. Walmart will slash, well, trim the price of an entry-level 5 to $189.97, less than the standard $199 price (with two-year contract) that Apple announced at its unveiling on Wednesday in San Francisco.

  • Intel unveils all-in-one desktop that doubles as a 27-inch tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel used its in San Francisco to unveil a desktop computer prototype that has a display that can double as a 27-inch tablet with a four-hour battery life.

  • The Macalope Daily: Downtown Dullsville

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  • Avoid moving from a dumb pipe to a dumb cloud

    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 submitter's approach.

  • Amazon announces 100 tech jobs as it opens digital centre in London

    Premium-Inhalt. Web giant Amazon has opened the doors to its new Digital Media Development Centre in London today and also announced the creation of 100 new tech jobs.

  • Apple's iPhone 5 has larger screen and LTE networking

    Premium-Inhalt. Both stories posted yesterday on the new iPhone 5 gave the incorrect weight. It weighs 112 grams. The fourth paragraphs of both stories have been corrected and now read:

  • CSC signs seven year contract extension with Zurich Insurance

    Premium-Inhalt. CSC has revealed that it has secured a seven year extension to a contract with Zurich Insurance Group to provide IT application services.

  • Twitter, Virgin Media, O2 and ISPA slam data-snooping bill

    Premium-Inhalt. A number of companies, including Twitter and Virgin Media, have raised some serious concerns regarding the government's Draft Communications Data Bill, which would give police access to communications data for the purposes of tackling serious crime.

  • BT successful bidder in yet another broadband contract

    Premium-Inhalt. Surrey County Council has selected BT to roll-out superfast broadband to 90,000 businesses and homes that are excluded from the incumbent provider's commercial rollout, in a deal worth some £33 million.

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