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  • Blackberry-Dienste ruckeln in Europa

    Erneut Störungen

    Ein Jahr nach den tagelangen Ausfällen von Blackberry-Diensten gibt es schon wieder Störungen. …mehr

  • Root ermöglicht Google-Play-Zugang auf dem Amazon-Tablet

    Kindle Fire HD

    Hacker haben eine Möglichkeit gefunden, Google Play auf dem Amazon-Tablet Kindle Fire HD zu installieren. Der Vorgang hat jedoch seine Tücken und ist nur mit einiger Erfahrung durchführbar. …mehr

  • Vogtlandkreis - kleinräumige Analyse in der medizinischen Versorgungsforschung

    Big Data 2012 - die besten Projekte

    Politik braucht Planungsgrundlagen. Das gilt auch und gerade im ländlichen Raum - und erst recht, wenn es um die medizinische Versorgung geht. Die dafür nötigen realitätsnahen und strukturübergreifenden Cluster der ärztlichen Versorgung will der Vogtlandkreis künftig für sich auswerten und so die Qualität der Planung verbessern. Ein Projektbeispiel, das Schule machen könnte, im Wettbewerb um den Big Data Award der COMPUTERWOCHE.  …mehr

  • W3C will HTML5 bis Ende 2014 standardisieren

    5.1 Ende 2016

    Das World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) will HTML 5.0 bis Ende 2014 als "Recommendation" verabschieden.  …mehr

  • Nutzen von BI - Bauchgefühl statt Beweis

    Kaum mobiler Einsatz

    Schnellere und genauere Reports gelten als Hauptziel von Business Intelligence. Die meisten CIOs überprüfen laut BARC allerdings nicht, ob sie es erreichen.  …mehr

  • Apple bittet um Geduld mit neuer Karten-App

    iOS 6

    Nach der massiven Kritik von Nutzern an seinem ersten eigenen Kartendienst für iPhone und iPad verspricht Apple Verbesserungen und bittet um Geduld. …mehr

  • Android-Alternative für Apple Passbook

    PassWallet

    Die App PassWallet liefert die Android-Unterstützung für Passbook-Dateien, eine Neuerung des aktuellen iOS 6. Auch wenn es aktuell noch wenige Nutzer gibt, so gibt die App eine gute Vorschau auf die Möglichkeiten.  …mehr

  • Mark Zuckerberg stürzt in Reichen-Ranking ab

    Facebook-Gründer

    Im vergangenen Jahr war Mark Zuckerberg noch der Senkrechtstarter unter Amerikas Superreichen. In diesem Jahr ist er der größte Verlierer. Auch andere Social-Media-Größen hatten Pech.  …mehr

  • Der Verkauf des iPhone 5 hat begonnen

    Fans stehen vor den Läden

    Das iPhone 5 ist da und die Fans drängen sich vor den Läden. …mehr

  • Security-Tools kostenlos im Web

    Antiviren-Software im Test

    Gute Security-Software muss nicht immer viel kosten. Diese zehn Tools schützen Ihren Rechner vor Viren und Attacken. …mehr

  • Hardware-Geschäft ist Oracle ein Klotz am Bein

    Quartalszahlen

    Für 7,4 Milliarden Dollar hat Oracle den Hardware-Hersteller Sun geschluckt. Doch der Zukauf bringt wenig Glück: Die Rechner verkaufen sich immer schwerer.  …mehr

  • Roambi - Big Data braucht Big Distribution

    Big Data 2012 - die besten Projekte

    Was bringt die beste Analyse, wenn sie im Moment der Entscheidung nicht zur Verfügung steht - etwa weil der Geschäftsführer unterwegs nur seinen Tablet PC dabei hat? Geht es nach den Machern von Roambi, gehört diese Frage bald der Vergangenheit an- zumindest für die Besitzer eines iPad.  …mehr

  • Windows 7 noch besser machen

    Programme gratis nachrüsten

    Bei einigen Bordwerkzeugen von Windows 7 wäre mehr drin gewesen. Mit diesen kostenlosen Tools peppen Sie Ihr Windows auf. …mehr

  • Neulich…auf dem Oktoberfest

    Eine Frage der Hose

    Lustreisen für Vertriebler? Nein, ein Münchner Hightech-Unternehmen fand einen ganz anderen Weg, um seine Verkäufer rundherum glücklich zu machen.  …mehr

  • Bei Cisco im Entwicklungslabor

    Collaboration und Augmented Reality

    COMPUTERWOCHE-Redakteur Jürgen Hill hatte Gelegenheit, sich in Ciscos Entwicklungslaboren in Oslo umzuschauen. Er bekam einen Eindruck, wie moderne Collaboration-Plattformen die Arbeitswelt prägen könnten.  …mehr

  • Ig Nobels feature exploding colonoscopies, bureaucracy, and why leaning to the left makes the Eiffel Tower seem smaller

    Premium-Inhalt. The has honored a wide array of strange research and advancement over the years, from exploding pants to woodpecker headaches to , and Thursday nights ceremony in Cambridge, Mass., was no exception.

  • iPhone 5 thieves break into mobile shops in Japan hours before launch

    Premium-Inhalt. Thieves broke into a number of mobile phone shops across central Japan and stole hundreds of iPhone 5 handsets hours before the device went on sale Friday morning, police said.

  • SSDs boost Instagram's speed on Amazon EC2

    Premium-Inhalt. Instagram can drive data to its computing systems on Amazon.com's EC2 service 20 times as fast with solid-state drives, a co-founder of the photo-sharing service said on Thursday at the GigaOm Mobilize conference in San Francisco.

  • Report: Apple to build its first Asia datacenter in Hong Kong

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple will build its first Asia datacenter in Hong Kong near the Shenzhen border, according to a report by 9to5Mac Tuesday night.

  • Asia Pacific companies prioritise CRM

    Premium-Inhalt. Managing customer relationships has become companies' top priority in the Asia Pacific region, according to Forrester's new report, 'The Changing Face of CRM in Asia Pacific'.

  • ioSafe turns to crowdfunding for disaster-proof private cloud project

    Premium-Inhalt. ioSafe--an established vendor of disaster-proof storage--is turning to crowdfunding to raise capital for its next project. Earlier this week, ioSafe kicked off a to finance a new disaster-proof private cloud.

  • Groupon introduces mobile payments system

    Premium-Inhalt. Online coupon broker Groupon on Wednesday meant to offer the "lowest rates in today's marketplace" to U.S. merchants who use its couponing service.

  • NexPhone concept: an Ubuntu-based, Android 'brain in your pocket'

    Premium-Inhalt. Canonical generated significant excitement earlier this year when it announced its plans, which included dockable smartphones that can launch the full desktop.

  • What to learn from the $10 million Subway POS hack

    Premium-Inhalt. Two Romanian hackers will serve time for targeting Subway in a $10 million point-of-sale conspiracy involving 150 restaurants in 2011.

  • Passbook steps up to the plate with MLB support

    Premium-Inhalt. Hot on the heels of , Major League Baseball became one of the highest profile companies to publicly embrace Passbook, unveiling mobile ticketing through iOS 6's digital passes and card management feature.

  • More noise than crowd for iPhone 5 outside Apple Hong Kong store

    Premium-Inhalt. Available in Hong Kong today, iPhone 5 brings a crowd--though much smaller compared to that for the previous iPhone version --gathering at its flagship store at the IFC mall.

  • Cyber espionage campaign targets energy companies

    Premium-Inhalt. Hackers using a Remote Access Trojan (RAT) named Mirage have been engaged in a systematic cyber espionage campaign against a Canadian energy company, a large oil firm in the Philippines and several other entities since at least this April, Dell's SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit says.

  • Hands on with the iPhone 5

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPhone 5s have landed in our offices. Before we go off for more extensive examinations, here are a few preliminary reactions after getting our hands on the thing.

  • iOS Game Review: Battles will charm you in Outwitters

    Premium-Inhalt. may have put asynchronous multiplayer games on the iOS map, but Outwitters, a turn-based strategy game by , drenches the familiar formula in an absurd level of bubbly effervescence. The charming factions that duke it out in each match are disarmingly cute, making the cutthroat tactical battles they engage in all the more amusing.

  • T-Mobile USA turns on fast networks to lure iPhone users

    Premium-Inhalt. As the latest iPhone went on sale Friday, with T-Mobile USA once again left out of the party, the fourth-place U.S. carrier started turning on a network that is designed to offer high data rates on unlocked iPhones.

  • The Week in iPhone 5 Cases: Protection Junction

    Premium-Inhalt. There seems to be no end in sight to the onslaught of iPhone 5 cases, which is great news for all those of us who are eagerly awaiting their new handset in the mail--or who are recovering from a very early morning in line at their closest Apple Store. Here are some of the latest announcements, lovingly collected by your faithful Macworld staff.

  • Skooba Design Laptop Weekender V.3 laptop duffel

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're reading these words, there's an excellent chance that when you travel, you truck along not only clothes and very small containers filled with shampoo and toothpaste, but also a fair collection of gadgets (and the accessories necessary to power and connect them). This often leads to toting multiple carry-ons: one containing personal items that you place in the overhead bin, and another--the "gadget bag"--that gets shoved under the seat in front of you. Skooba Design makes a reasonable case for carrying it all in one bag with its $180 .

  • FixYa outs top user gripes about Ultrabooks and the MacBook Air

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're thinking about picking up a sleek, thin Ultrabook or MacBook Air, you may want to check out FixYa's September 2012 Ultrabook Report, first. The new report reveals the biggest problems users experience with the MacBook Air and six popular Ultrabooks, including the Asus Zenbook Prime, Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, and Vizio Thin+Light.

  • Apple's chip future looks bright with first custom-designed A6

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPhone 5 smartphone has the A6 CPU, which industry experts say is the first in a line of many upcoming Apple custom processors that will better balance performance with battery life in iPhones and iPads.

  • Mists of Pandaria comes out next week: here's what you should know

    Premium-Inhalt. As you might have noticed it's been a big year for the MMO, with high-profile launches like and .

  • Automatically save Gmail attachments to Dropbox or another cloud service

    Premium-Inhalt. Reader Meg wants to know how she can save her Gmail folders to her Dropbox account.

  • Embed Plus For YouTube: Enhance your YouTube viewing experience

    Premium-Inhalt. YouTube is the most popular video sharing website on the Internet. But during its entire existence, not much has changed in its design, apart from a few very minor cosmetic changes here and there. The actual video player still has the same basic controls, so browser extensions such as the free Embed Plus for YouTube step in to fill the void. Embed Plus, a free browser extension for Google Chrome, adds some extra features to the bottom of the standard YouTube video player, as well as offering some free perks to Wordpress blog owners who embed YouTube videos onto their sites.

  • Ex-Facebook chief warns of disappearing role of IT

    Premium-Inhalt. Mike Leach, who worked as Facebook's architect of CRM and platform applications up until August this year, warned his peers to wake up to the reality of the shrinking role of the IT department.

  • Hands-On with Halo 4

    Premium-Inhalt. After the announcement of Halo 4 at E3 2012, fans everywhere have been pining for more information and a deeper look at the upcoming sequel to the hugely popular Halo trilogy. Last week I was invited for some hands-on time with 343 Industries' first attempt at a true Halo game, and walked away more impressed than I had thought possible.

  • Salesforce responds to UK criticism on no EU data centre

    Premium-Inhalt. Salesforce's chief scientist has rebuffed a UK customer's criticism of the company's lack of an EU data centre by saying that frustration largely comes from a legal standpoint, rather than practical concerns to do with latency and security.

  • Wall Street Beat: As earnings season begins, tech looks stable

    Premium-Inhalt. With companies including Oracle, Tibco and Adobe issuing quarterly financial statements this week, earnings season is under way and despite mixed reports on the economy, confidence in tech appears to be stable.

  • Microsoft pushes out critical security updates for Internet Explorer

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has published an out-of-band security bulletin----to address a vulnerability that is being actively exploited in attacks in the wild. In addition, Microsoft also released an update to resolve a in Internet Explorer 10--which is the default browser in Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.

  • Apple's Maps app blunder ranks with 'Antennagate' in missteps, say experts

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's stumble with its new mapping app is a debacle right up there with 2010's "Antennagate," analysts said today.

  • Facebook starts to charge for Offers, woos Wall Street

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook plans to start charging businesses to run targeted ads in its Facebook Offers daily deals service.

  • The Week in iOS Apps: Things to do, things to do

    Premium-Inhalt. If youre reading this, theres a decent chance you got up early this morning for Apples version of Christmas Daythe launch of the iPhone 5. The phone is cool, of course, but apps are what make it useful and fun. This weeks roundup of new and updated apps includes apps for gaming, apps for grocery shoppingand a navigation app that takes advantage of changes to the phones native Maps app.

  • iOS App Review: Layout brings collages into the iPad age

    Premium-Inhalt. If you thought photo collages were a thing of the past, think again. In reality, they've merely gone the way of Polaroids and telephone handsets--they died for awhile, but are coming back to life with major digital mojo. Layout, a photo-editing app for iPad 2 or later, helps you create and share photo layouts for easy collage storytelling.

  • Get started with the iPhone 5

    Premium-Inhalt. Congratulations, you've braved the lines, delivery wait times, or in-store negotiations to snag yourself a brand-new iPhone 5. But before you get to playing with your new device, you'll probably want to get to know it and set it up. Thanks to iOS 6's step-by-step activation process, Apple's made it pretty simple to get started; but just in case you need some extra help, we've put together a comprehensive guide for activating your new iPhone, transferring data from your old phone, and some suggestions for exploring its new features.

  • Sometimes the only way to tell is with a kiss. A Brain Kiss.

    Premium-Inhalt. Not sure if you're a match? Check your brain waves.

  • iPhone 5 goes on sale around the globe

    Premium-Inhalt. Another iPhone launch brought another onrush of customers to Apple Stores across the country and around the globe, as eager customers queued up to get their hands on the Friday.

  • Apple EarPods

    Premium-Inhalt. It's become de rigueur to describe Apple's white earbuds as "ubiquitous" and "iconic"--and justifiably so. Not only are they almost inextricably linked to the company's iPods and iPhones, but Apple revealed at its recent press event that it had shipped 600 million sets of the headphones, a number that almost certainly makes them the most-used piece of gear in the history of audio reproduction.

  • Sophos admits bad update slamming its anti-virus software customers

    Premium-Inhalt. The Network World story "Sophos admits bad update slamming its anti-virus software customers", posted to the wire Thursday, contained the wrong author. The author is Ellen Messmer. The story has been changed on the wire to reflect this.

  • More noise than crowd for iPhone 5 outside Apple Hong Kong store

    Premium-Inhalt. Available in Hong Kong today, iPhone 5 brings a crowd -- though much smaller compared to that for the previous iPhone version --gathering at its flagship store at the IFC mall.

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