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  • Applied Materials streicht Stellen

    Krise in der Chip-Branche

    Applied Material, weltgrößter Zulieferer der Chip-Branche, will 1300 Stellen streichen.  …mehr

  • Google öffnet Nexus-Reihe für alle Hersteller

    Gerüchte verdichten sich

    Berichten zufolge soll künftig jeder Hersteller Nexus-Smartphones bauen, wenn er sich an gewisse Vorgaben hält. Nächster Vertreter der Nexus-Reihe wird offenbar das LG Optimus G Nexus sein.  …mehr

  • Facebook hat eine Milliarde Nutzer

    Zuckerberg sucht nach neuen Geschäftsmodellen

    Die Zahl wurde erwartet und ist doch beeindruckend: Facebook hat mehr als eine Milliarde aktiver Nutzer. Unklar bleibt das Geschäftsmodell.  …mehr

  • iPad Mini ab November in den Läden?

    Apple fährt die Produktion hoch

    Apple will mit einem iPad Mini die Dominanz im Tablet-Markt wahren, berichten diverse Publikationen. Verkaufsstart soll der 2. November sein.  …mehr

  • So steigt Blackberry in die Topliga der Smartphones auf

    Blackberry 10 Aristo

    Eine britische Website hat nun Spezifikationen eines Blackberry 10 Aristo genannten Geräts veröffentlicht. Stimmen die Angaben aus dem neuen Leak zur A-Serie, dann sind die neuen Blackberry-10-Smartphones von RIM auch technisch ganz auf der Höhe. …mehr

  • Bewusstsein für Informationssicherheit schaffen

    (ISC)² Chapter Germany

    Seit einem Jahr können sich IT-Security-Experten im (ISC)² Chapter Germany austauschen. Der Verein will auch für ein umsichtiges Verhalten im Netz sensibilisieren.  …mehr

  • Firmen rüsten sich für eine veränderte Arbeitswelt

    Messe "Zukunft Personal"

    Mitarbeiter wünschen sich heute berufliche Sicherheit, Gesundheit und Geld. Themen wie Ökologie oder persönliche Freiheit sind weniger wichtig.  …mehr

  • Datenschutz versus Technologie?

    Rechtssicherheit in der Public Cloud

    Die Auftragsdatenverarbeitung in der Public Cloud muss sich präziser als je zuvor an einem strengen rechtlichen Rahmen orientieren, soll der Einstieg in diese sichere Cloud nicht zu einem Glücksspiel mit ungewissem Ausgang werden. …mehr

  • Apple ein Jahr ohne Steve Jobs

    Fan-Nostalgie und Milliarden-Einnahmen

    Vor einem Jahr starb Apple-Gründer Steve Jobs. Seine Nachfolger um Tim Cook versuchen einen schwierigen Balanceakt zwischen seinem Erbe und neuen Ideen. …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber 2012 - Frank Rechsteiner, Hype Group

    Karriere in der SAP-Welt

    Vom 4. bis 17. Oktober 2012 betreut Frank Rechsteiner das CW-Karriereforum. Berater, Entwickler und Projektleiter im SAP-Umfeld erhalten von ihm Tipps für den Aufstieg in eine Führungsposition.  …mehr

  • Effiziente Versionskontrolle mit TortoiseSVN

    Kleine Helfer

    Komplexere Dokumentenprozesse sollten von einem Versionskontrollsystem überwacht werden. TortoiseSVN bietet hierfür ein leicht konfigurierbares Komplettpaket.  …mehr

  • Steinbrück wird für Wahlkampf online nachbessern

    SPD-Netzpolitiker kündigt an

    Peer Steinbrück gilt als Twitter- und Facebook-Muffel. Er wird nachlegen, verspricht der SPD-Netzpolitiker Lars Klingbeil.  …mehr

  • Telekom verheiratet T-Mobile USA mit MetroPCS

    Späterer Ausstieg denkbar

    Die Deutsche Telekom AG hat ihr Sorgenkind T-Mobile USA mit dem börsennotierten US-Provider MetroPCS zusammengebracht.  …mehr

  • HP dämpft Erwartungen für die nächsten Jahre

    Durststrecke währt bis 2016

    HP peilt erst für das Jahr 2016 wieder ein Wachstum auf Höhe der allgemeinen US-Wirtschaft an. Die Anleger sind ob der verhaltenen Prognose enttäuscht.  …mehr

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 im Test

    Tablet mit Stylus und Telefonfunktion

    Samsung liefert mit dem Galaxy Note 10.1 ein neues Tablet ab. Dieses bietet neben einem 10,1-Zoll-Display auch einen Stylus-Stift als alternative Bedienmethode.  …mehr

  • Anonym kommunizieren mit Echo

    Ortsbasierte Twitter-Alternative

    Die Applikation Echo kombiniert anonyme Nachrichten mit positionsbasierten Diensten. So kann man Texte von Nutzern in der Umgebung lesen oder Informationen virtuell mit einer Position verknüpfen.  …mehr

  • Die sechs Tugenden der Topmanager

    So geht Karriere

    Effektivität, Ausdauer, Optimismus, Großzügigkeit, Mut und Unerschrockenheit - wer diese Eigenschaften mitbringt, kann führen. Davon ist Guido Stein überzeugt.  …mehr

  • Creative Sound BlasterAxx SBX 10 im Test

    Mobile Soundstation

    Mit einer guten Klangqualität, einem attraktiven Design und neuster Technik möchte Creative seine Soundstation Sound BlasterAxx SBX 10 unters Volk bringen. Was Sie von dem Gerät erwarten können und wie gut es wirklich funktioniert, klärt unser Test. …mehr

  • USB 3.0 Port Replikator DL-87568 - Schnittstellen-Erweiterung für Notebook & Co.

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit dem Port Replikator von Delock lassen sich PCs, Notebooks und Tablets um diverse Schnittstellen erweitern. …mehr

  • Warum der Mittelstand ITIL nicht mag

    Studie über IT Infrastructure Library

    Wie eine aktuelle Studie erhärtet, gehen mittelständische IT-Organisationen auf Distanz zu der Best-Practices-Sammlung. Sie würde ein "ITIL light" vorziehen.  …mehr

  • Murata harnesses robot power to steady seniors

    Premium-Inhalt. Every year at Japan's Ceatec exhibition, Murata Manufacturing, a Kyoto-based component maker, manages to put on a show that rivals the big-name electronics companies such as Sony and Panasonic.

  • Robot learns brush strokes from teacher, then replicates

    Premium-Inhalt. Researchers at Japan's Keio University have developed a robot that can learn complex hand tasks such as calligraphy.

  • Lay your tablet on a table, join its network

    Premium-Inhalt. A research team is demonstrating tables that form local networks among the devices laid upon their surfaces, while also providing wireless charging, at the Ceatec electronics show in Japan.

  • Panasonic puts your laundry in the cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. Panasonic is showing its latest home appliances at the Ceatec electronics exhibition, and everything - washing machines, refrigerators, rice cookers - connects to the internet.

  • Japan's Rohm shows tiny fuel cells for smartphones, aims for launch next year

    Premium-Inhalt. Rohm is showing tiny hydrogen fuel cells meant for charging portable gadgets at the Ceatec exhibition in Japan.

  • Cyberattacks on banking websites subside -- for now

    Premium-Inhalt. The wave of cyberattacks against a half-dozen U.S. financial institutions has subsided this week, but the recent demonstration of force shows a careful honing of destructive techniques that could continue to cause headaches.

  • Record and replay live radio with TuneIn Radio Pro for iOS

    Premium-Inhalt. With an abundance of radio and podcast apps swarming the App Store, any new radio app has to bring something different (or better) to the table in order to grab your attention. --a $1 app for iPhone and iPad--does just that: it creates a sort of audio DVR for your iOS device.

  • NetApp, Oracle behind CERN research

    Premium-Inhalt. Storage and data management solutions provider NetApp is supporting the scientists at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, according to a media statement by the technology company.

  • As scareware scammers shift to telemarketing, FTC acts

    Premium-Inhalt. A federal court has stopped the operations of several companies that allegedly used telemarketers masquerading as computer technicians to tens of thousands of consumers into buying unneeded antivirus services.

  • Aliens, Big Data and a Bangladeshi 'search addict'

    Premium-Inhalt. Aliens, Big Data and a Bangladeshi "search addict". What can be a common factor between the three?

  • Can Big Data help save the Great Barrier Reef?

    Premium-Inhalt. Recent media reports have recently highlighted how much damage has been caused to Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

  • Birdeez app flies toward birdwatchers' iPhones

    Premium-Inhalt. Due to incorrect information provided by a vendor, the story, "Birdeez app flies toward birdwatchers' iPhones," posted to the wire on Tuesday, misstated the availability of the product. It is not available at this time.

  • LTE patent pool brings together technologies from AT&T, ZTE, HP and others

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard, ZTE and mobile operators such as AT&T and SK Telecom have pooled their LTE patents under a program led by Via Licensing, aiming to provide a one-stop shop for companies to license their technology.

  • Facebook eyes 'massive opportunity' with mobile

    Premium-Inhalt. Just having logged its , Facebook now is looking forward to its biggest money-making strategy: mobile.

  • Intel unveils cloud-enabled, Atom-based NAS platform

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel today introduced two new network-attached storage (NAS) controllers for home and small business users.

  • Facebook's 1 billion users shows company's resilience

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook's announcement that it now has more than a billion active users shows the resiliency of the social networking platform, analysts say.

  • Toyota going all in with Microsoft's Office 365

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has been fairly open in its push to the cloud. The compared with Office 365 is clearly an effort to make Office 365 the more cost effective, no-brainer option. The plan seems to be working, too, as Microsoft announced this week that to it's 200,000 plus employees around the world.

  • Flame fallout: Microsoft encryption deadline looms Tuesday

    Premium-Inhalt. Starting Tuesday platforms will block the use of encryption keys less than 1024 bits so businesses that are still using weaker keys better get busy.

  • How the mainstream and tech press covered Steve Jobs' death last Oct. 5

    Premium-Inhalt. The mainstream and technology press this week has begun publishing their one-year anniversary pieces on the death of co-founder Steve Jobs last Oct. 5. Much of the focus has been on what's happened at Apple since then under Tim Cook, and a busy year it's been with the new , and more lawsuits than most of us can count.

  • Cisco names two top execs president

    Premium-Inhalt. Thursday announced that two top executives have assumed the title of president.

  • Interop NY: A look at the show's own BYOD arrangements

    Premium-Inhalt. In recognition of the central importance of BYOD issues to this year's Interop NY conference, organizers provided a specially configured Wi-Fi network as a demonstration of one possible solution.

  • Google Maps Street View now available in Safari on iOS

    Premium-Inhalt. Good news for Dora the Explorer and other map fans: Google Maps now, for the first time, when you access the service from Safari on an iOS device.

  • AT&T getting Windows-based tablets for the holidays

    Premium-Inhalt. AT&T will exclusively carry two Windows tablets for the holidays -- the Asus VivoTab RT and Samsung ATIV Smart PC, the carrier said Thursday.

  • iPhone app showdown: App.net clients

    Premium-Inhalt. Can you ever have enough microblogging services? Probably. But the newest popular entrant into the field that Twitter made popular, App.net, rose up in large part as a response to the --and by extension, its users. I tested a slew of App.net clients for iOS to find the best options available: , , , , and .

  • Chinese vendors stay home after anti-Japan protests

    Premium-Inhalt. On the teeming floors of Japan's largest electronics show, it's tough to stop and catch your breath.

  • Open source cloud computing slow to catch on, survey finds

    Premium-Inhalt. The market has been heating up in the last year with momentum for building, spinning out of OpenStack to be its own project and slowly gaining tractions. But a new report from cloud management company Zenoss finds slow adoption of these open source platforms so far.

  • Intel announces reference platform for storage servers

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel on Thursday announced a storage server reference platform that third-party vendors can use to make servers for home entertainment or centralized backup on a network.

  • Microsoft to patch 20 bugs next week in month of Office updates

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today announced it will deliver seven security updates, one critical, to patch 20 vulnerabilities in Office, SharePoint Server, SQL Server, Windows and other parts of its product lineup.

  • Whitelisting pushing out antivirus at some security-minded retailers

    Premium-Inhalt. The (PCI) rules call for use of antivirus software to protect debit and credit cards, but some retailers have found a substitute that's been accepted in place of it: whitelisting technology.

  • Steve Jobs' high-school sweetheart writing memoir

    Premium-Inhalt. Chrisann Brennan, Steve Jobs' high school girlfriend and later the mother of his daughter Lisa, plans to release a memoir next year. Not coincidentally, word of the forthcoming book comes just before the one-year tomorrow.

  • Acer W700 hands-on: Our first serious quality time with a Windows 8 tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. Bad news for cynical tech bloggers, grenade-lobbing Internet trolls, and everyone else who's been attacking Windows 8 for the sheer thrill of sport: I've been using a Windows 8 tablet for over a week now, and the experience has been a revelation.

  • Acer prices Iconia W700 tablet with Windows 8 at $799

    Premium-Inhalt. Acer on Thursday announced the Oct. 26 availability of the Iconia W700 tablet, which will come with an 11.6-inch screen and Windows 8, and start at US$799 in the U.S.

  • Surprise guest at JavaOne: Java founder James Gosling

    Premium-Inhalt. For the first time since 2009, Java founder James Gosling on Thursday morning appeared onstage at the JavaOne technical conference during a Java community keynote presentation.

  • US agencies seize 686 websites accused of selling fake drugs

    Premium-Inhalt. Two U.S. agencies have seized 686 websites accused of selling counterfeit and illegal medicines as part of an international crackdown on online sales of fake drugs.

  • How to get great audio in iMovie '11

    Premium-Inhalt. Audio can be the most important part of your movie, and bad audio can ruin the cinematic experience for viewers. Background noise, low sound, or obtrusive music can all make your film or video unwatchable, even if it's shot beautifully.

  • Recording of 1983 Steve Jobs speech reveals Apple was working on iPad, App Store 30 years ago

    Premium-Inhalt. An original cassette tape of a 1983 speech made by late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has been unearthed, revealing that Apple was thinking about iPads and the app store more than 20 years before they were launched.

  • Oracle and Fujitsu help DWP save £230m through shared services

    Premium-Inhalt. The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has saved £230 million since 2006 through its implementation of Oracle's E-Business Suite, which is managed by Fujitsu and sold as a service to both the Cabinet Office and the Department for Education (DfE).

  • Forrester: Digital disruption forcing IT leaders to do things differently

    Premium-Inhalt. Digital disruption is forcing IT leaders to move away from simply being managers of back-end systems that support commodity IT, to customer-focused leaders that embrace social media and mobile.

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