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  • US-Behörde wechselt von Blackberry auf iPhone

    Knapp 18.000 Nutzer

    Nach acht Jahren Blackberry-Nutzung steigt die US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), eine Art US-Zollbehörde, von dem klassischen Statussymbol eines Geschäftsmannes auf das iPhone von Apple um. …mehr

  • Memoto Lifelogging-Kamera

    Gadget des Tages

    Wer schon immer die wichtigsten Augenblicke seines Lebens dokumentieren wollte, sollte einen Blick auf die neue Lifelogging-Kamera von Memoto werfen. …mehr

  • Samsung Display dementiert Bericht über Lieferstopp

    Apple-Streit

    Der südkoreanische Bildschirmhersteller Samsung Display hat Zeitungsberichte über einen angeblich geplanten Stopp der Belieferung von Apple dementiert.  …mehr

  • Günstige Preise locken Smartphone-Einsteiger zu Samsung

    YouGov-Studie

    Samsung hat in der Gunst von Smartphone-Neulingen in Deutschland ganz klar die Nase vorn. Etwa 40 Prozent der Einsteiger holen sich ein Smartphone der Südkoreaner, wie eine Studie des Marktforschungsinstituts YouGov ergab.  …mehr

  • Sparsame Kundschaft beschert KPN sinkenden Umsatz

    E-Plus stagniert

    Bei der niederländischen Telefongesellschaft KPN hat der Sparwillen der Kunden im dritten Quartal einen Umsatz- und Gewinnrückgang verursacht.  …mehr

  • LG bestätigt nächstes Google-Smartphone

    LG Nexus 4

    Jetzt hat erstmals ein Manager des Herstellers LG Electronics offiziell das Nexus-Smartphone angekündigt. Dabei hat er auch Spezifikationen des LG Nexus 4 genannt.  …mehr

  • Kleineres iPad von Apple erwartet

    Spekulationen über neue Produkte

    Apple wird am Dienstag ab 19:00 MESZ höchstwahrscheinlich sein mit Spannung erwartetes kleineres iPad-Modell vorstellen. Spekuliert wird zudem über ein neues Macbook Pro mit 13-Zoll-Bildschirm und eine Erneuerung der iMac-Desktops.  …mehr

  • Chip-Spezialist Texas Instruments steigert Gewinn

    Dank steuerlicher Sondererlöse

    Der Spezialchip-Hersteller Texas Instruments hat im vergangenen Quartal seinen Gewinn gesteigert, der Umsatz schrumpfte hingegen um 2,2 Prozent.  …mehr

  • Yahoo kommt auch unter Mayer nicht voran

    Umsatz stagniert, Gewinn steigt kräftig

    Yahoo fällt es weiter schwer, sich gegen große Rivalen wie Google und Facebook zu behaupten. Unter der neuen Firmenchefin Marissa Mayer stagnieren die Einnahmen.  …mehr

  • Telekom plant Deutschlands größtes Rechenzentrum

    In der Magdeburger Börde

    In der Nähe von Magdeburg soll ein Data Center mit einer Fläche von bis zu 30.000 Quadratmetern entstehen. Wie groß es tatsächlich wird, hängt vom Erfolg der Deutschen Telekom AG im Cloud-Geschäft ab.  …mehr

  • "Nur nicht perfekt sein!"

    EMC Deutschland-Chefin Sabine Bendiek

    Sabine Bendiek ist eine der wenigen Top-Managerinnen in der IT-Branche. Die Deutschland-Chefin von EMC verrät, wie sich Frauen in der Männerwelt behaupten können.  …mehr

  • Microsoft Lync im mobilen Einsatz

    COMPUTERWOCHE Praxistest

    Mit Lync - meist in Verbindung mit Office 365 - erhalten Unternehmen ein Collaboration- und Conferencing-Tool, dessen Potenzial im Alltag oft brachliegt. Wir haben Lync im mobilen Einsatz mit Android, Apple iOS und Windows getestet.  …mehr

  • Der falsche Schein der Cloud

    Vorsicht vor versteckten Kosten

    Nach gängiger Auffassung spart Cloud Computing IT-Kosten. Forrester hat nachgerechnet.  …mehr

  • Asus' Vivo Tab RT tablet priced higher than Microsoft, Dell

    Premium-Inhalt. Asustek is shipping its upcoming Vivo Tab RT tablet starting at US$599, which will cost more than Windows RT tablets from Microsoft and Dell, which have an entry price of $499.

  • Report: Samsung Display terminates LCD contract with Apple

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Display will terminate its contract to supply LCD panels for Apple due to financial pressures caused by Apple's tight supply chain management, according to a news report published in The Korea Times on Monday.

  • 80 per cent of BYOD unmanaged: Ovum

    Premium-Inhalt. While the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) phenomenon has entered the mainstream with 70 per cent of smartphone-owning professionals using their personal devices to access corporate data, almost 80 per cent today's BYOD activity remains inadequately managed by IT departments, according to analyst and research firm, .

  • Mayer vows improvements across the board at Yahoo

    Premium-Inhalt. Marissa Mayer, participating in her first Yahoo earnings conference call since becoming CEO, outlined a broad range of areas in which the company needs to improve.

  • Juniper Networks sees another top exec leave

    Premium-Inhalt. A , as Stefan Dyckerhoff has been replaced as executive vice president of Junipers Platform Systems Division by Rami Rahim, who currently leads the companys edge and aggregation routing business unit.

  • CIOs feel ripple effect of chief customer officers

    Premium-Inhalt. Getting closer to the customer: We hear and read about it all the time, and for good reason. Companies that do it well have superior customer loyalty and a steady flow of sales.

  • Indians should prioritise IT security education

    Premium-Inhalt. The authorities in India need to make IT security education a priority, according to Graham Cluley, senior technology consultant at IT security and data protection firm Sophos.

  • iBooks 3.0 debuts at Apple's 'Something more to show' event

    Premium-Inhalt. Good news for readers: Apple on Tuesday announced the newest version of its ereader software, iBooks, available as a free download on the App Store for iOS devices.

  • Tim Cook: Apple by the numbers

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple CEO Tim Cook came to armed with numbers--a lot of them--to demonstrate his company's continued dominance. The biggest number? In the iOS 6 has been downloaded to more than 200 million devices.

  • Apple unveils Fusion Drive for new iMac and Mac mini

    Premium-Inhalt. Among its numerous announcements on Tuesday, Apple introduced its new Fusion Drive technology. The Fusion Drive, which is available as an option for the new and both models, is a hybrid drive that merges a 128GB flash drive with a hard drive--all into a single volume.

  • Apple slims down iMac in latest update

    Premium-Inhalt. At Tuesday's Apple Special Event, the company introduced a redesigned that Apple senior vice president Phil Schiller called, "the most beautiful Mac we have ever made."

  • Apple reveals updated iBooks Author with portrait-only orientation

    Premium-Inhalt. If ebook-making is your thing, you may be interested in the latest version of iBooks Author, revealed at Apple's media event on Tuesday.

  • Apple brings Retina display to the 13-inch MacBook Pro

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's high-resolution Retina display now comes in another portable configuration, as the company unveiled a 13-inch with Retina display on Tuesday that complements the 15-inch model introduced over the summer.

  • Apple updates Mac mini with faster processors and storage

    Premium-Inhalt. While Apple introduced major and lines at Tuesday's media event, the company also refreshed the Mac mini, offering faster processors and storage options.

  • Apple unveils iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. On Tuesday, just six months after unveiling the third-generation iPad, Apple unveiled the long-rumored iPad mini along with a fourth-generation of the standard model. Despite the 100 million iPads Apple sold in just 2.5 years, Apple CEO Tim Cook said, "we're not taking our foot off the gas."

  • Summary: Slimmer iPads and iMacs highlight avalanche of Apple updates

    Premium-Inhalt. Prior to , Apple promised that it had "a little more" to show us. That "little more" turned out to be quite a bit, as the company released a smaller version of its iPad tablet, introduced a new generation of regular-sized iPads, and rolled out new iMac, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini models.

  • Asus announces sub-$500 Windows 8 tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. Asustek Computer on Tuesday introduced the VivoTab Smart, a tablet computer with a 10.1-inch screen that will be available with Windows 8 starting at US$499.

  • Facebook grows revenue more than 30 percent in Q3, but also posts loss

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook, under extreme pressure to cheer up its disappointed investors, posted revenue growth of more than 30 percent in its third quarter on Tuesday, and beat Wall Street expectations, but also recorded a loss.

  • Apple faithful, Android/Windows fans debate iPad Mini on Twitter

    Premium-Inhalt. The #appleevent, #ipadmini and other hashtags were out in full force, as enthusiasts and others took to to ooh, aah and zzzzz in reaction to the latest "gorgeous," "amazing" and "magical" iPads -- both the widely anticipated Mini and the surprise iPad fourth-generation models.

  • iPad Mini vs. Nexus 7: A head-to-head tablet comparison

    Premium-Inhalt. made a point of doing a side-by-side comparison of its new Mini with Google's Nexus 7 at the in San Jose, highlighting the mini tablet's thinness, larger viewable screen area and custom app compatibility.

  • How to optimize Windows 8 on old hardware

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has made a point of advertising the performance enhancements and optimizations being made to Windows 8. Although Windows 7 was well received and typically offered better performance and stability than its much-maligned predecessor, Windows Vista, Microsoft had some loftier goals in mind for the jump to Windows 8.

  • Apple struts iPad Mini, goes premium with $329 price

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple today unveiled the iPad Mini, a smaller tablet starting at $329 that features a 7.9-in. 1024-x-768-pixel display and can run all existing iPad software without modification.

  • London Metal Exchange signs surveillance software deal with MilleniumIT

    Premium-Inhalt. London Metal Exchange (LME) has signed a deal with MilleniumIT, a technology solutions provider that is part of the London Stock Exchange Group, to provide it with new surveillance software.

  • BT and Virgin Media try to block Birmingham broadband funding

    Premium-Inhalt. BT and Virgin Media have made moves to block a decision by the European Commission to grant state aid approval to the city of Birmingham to invest £10 million of government money to create one of ten 'super-connected cities'.

  • For a good cloud contract, start with an RFP

    Premium-Inhalt. One way to ensure that your cloud-computing contract covers all the issues that will be important to your company is to begin the process of exploring cloud vendors with a request for proposal (RFP). A solid RFP can be an effective way to compare and identify the best cloud services to meet your needs while also serving as the starting point for your cloud-computing contract.

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