Meldungen vom 14.02.2010

  • TripIt keeps all your travel data in one place

    One way or another, TripIt is going to find its way onto travelers' iPhones. …mehr

  • Police Scanner 2 offers in-app user alerts

    App maker already had busy week at Macworld Expo , its iPhone offering for avoiding long waits at Disneyland. But Juicy Development had more on its plate this week than just the Happiest Place on Earth; it also released a new version of its app for emergency broadcast streams. …mehr

  • Macworld Lab at Expo

    The Boys From the Lab headline this episode of the Macworld Podcast. Recorded once again from the floor of Macworld Expo, Lab Director Jim Galbraith, Senior Editor Roman Loyola, and Associate Editor Chris Holt sit down to discuss Expo from the perspective of a Macworld lab rat.  …mehr

  • Hands-on with the Samsung Wave and Bada OS

    On the eve of , Samsung launched the Wave, in what can only be described as a splashy event. …mehr

  • Sony Ericsson Launches Android, Symbian Touchscreen Phones

    Sony Ericsson on Sunday introduced three new phones at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The Vivaz Pro, running on the Symbian platform, and the X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro, running on Google Android, together with the and are dubbed as the "fabulous five" by the company. …mehr

  • Storage big and small at Macworld 2010

    Storage may not seem all that exciting, but we're always keen on the latest developments with hard drives, flash drives, and other devices. Here are a few storage devices that caught my eye at Macworld Expo. (You can also hear me and Chris Holt and Roman Loyola talk about some of these products in a special .) …mehr

  • Note-A-Lator teaches music reading

    Arts programs like music often suffer when budgets cuts are made to education. So it helps to have affordable teaching tools, either for the classroom or for teaching at home, like Electric Peel Software's new . Both programs help students learn how to read music. …mehr

  • Auditorium for iPhone

    If you enjoy a good brainteaser and have spent an evening or two at the symphony, Auditorium is the high-culture iPhone game you've been looking for. …mehr

  • Samsung Wave Makes a Splash at Mobile World Congress

    When Samsung announced that it was developing one question came to mind: Do we really need another mobile OS? Whether we do or not, has made its debut at on the new Samsung Wave handset. While I'm not yet sold on the software, the Wave has some pretty hard-to-ignore features. …mehr

  • Ceville for iPhone

    Ceville for the iPhone, a take-off of the award-winning PC game by the same name, is a point-and-click arcade-style game in which the player tries to hit as many enemies as possible in a given amount of time. Developed by , the game is (unfortunately) quick, repetitive, and far too easy to have any real replayability. …mehr

  • Sound Blaster World of Warcraft Headset

    The Sound Blaster World of Warcraft Wireless Headset is not just for players. Yes, it comes with a WoW-themed design and interface, but Blizzard's cardinal rule for the designers at Creative was to make it a great headset for PC gamers in general. And in that regard, Creative succeeded fantastically. …mehr

  • Flatscreen Arms helps you float your iMac

    Those who ventured back into the far northeast corner of the Moscone Center (right next to the Macworld Cafe) would have found Flatscreen Arms and its on display at Macworld Expo this week. …mehr

  • MixMeister Express 7 released for Mac

    MixMeister Technology has released . The audio program is designed for the inexperienced who want to make professional-sounding music mixes with a song library. …mehr

  • Tune Up brings order to your iTunes music

    Do have any unidentified tracks in your iTunes collection? How about mislabeled albums? can help. Tune Up is a why-didn't-I-think-of-it-first iTunes add-on that cleans up your iTunes library by identifying missing information in your iTunes library. …mehr

  • Expo: FastMac turns the iPhone into a unversal remote

    In addition to being able to try out the U-Power outlet, visitors to booth on the Macworld show floor got a sneak peek at the company’s upcoming iV Plus, a $100 iPhone case that adds a number of unexpected features. …mehr

  • Shell security under microscope after massive data leak

    The security measures at Royal Dutch Shell are under close scrutiny after the details of 176,000 employees and contractors were emailed to campaigners. …mehr

  • This Week in Geek: Hacking Your Wii, New AMD Chips

    While the biggest buzz this week was about, well, Google Buzz, here are few hardware stories that might have been buried under the wave of social networking stories. Enjoy! …mehr

  • Samsung hopes super screen will boost Bada platform

    Samsung is hoping a "Super-AMOLED" capacitive touchscreen will set the GT-S8500 Wave, the company's first smartphone based on its own Bada platform, apart from the competition, it said on Sunday. But analysts are questioning if the platform will be able to attract developers as well. …mehr

  • Trend Micro HouseCall Helps Destroy Malware

    Trend Micro--one of the most respected companies in security software--offers HouseCall, a free Web-based utility that scans for and cleans your computer of all currently documented viruses, Trojans and other malware. In addition, HouseCall seeks out firewall problems and other vulnerabilities, and makes suggestions for correcting them. We do not recommend using HouseCall in lieu of an installed security program. But it has saved our computers numerous times, when all else failed. Its new version is not only compatible with Windows 7, but you can download either a or of its launcher. …mehr

  • Orange Uganda undercuts competitors as mobile Net picks up

    Following the shift last year away from satellite connectivity to cheaper and faster fiber optics, Orange Uganda, the newest among the major GSM operators in the country, has slashed monthly charges for its mobile Internet offering, setting the stage for a price war. …mehr

  • NBC Olympics on AT&T for iPhone

    We've already looked at aimed at travelers headed to Vancouver for the big event. But what if you're planning on watching the 2010 Winter Olympics from the comfort (and warmth) of your couch, a free app from has got you covered. …mehr

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