Meldungen vom 13.03.2010

  • Accessorize Your iPad for Business

    Apple began accepting pre-orders this morning for the much-anticipated iPad. While the iPad is designed primarily as an for consumers, there are also some valid business uses for the slick tablet. …mehr

  • The Macalope Weekly: A sad state of affairs

    Online technology journalism. Can't live with it and you can't shoot it in the back of the head and dump it in the creek off the old interstate bypass where all the serial killers dump bodies. Wait, can we? Because this week brought out the seamy underbelly of people who inexplicably get paid to pontificate about Apple and if there's a way -- way -- to make it all stop, the horny one is all ears and antlers. …mehr

  • Two parts of PC gaming you haven't thought about

    While the buzz topics at the 2010 Game Developers Conference are primarily related to the social and casual gaming space, two issues in traditional PC gaming are driving a lot of conversation among big names in the games industry. …mehr

  • Twitter Adds Location-Sharing

    Twitter users can now add their current location to their tweets. The micro-blogging service on Thursday activated an optional new feature that appends geographical information to your posts. …mehr

  • FBI: Cyberfraud losses doubled in 2009

    Last year was a tough one for most businesses, but for cybercriminals it was one of the best yet. …mehr

  • Microsoft hustles on IE patch, tests fix

    Microsoft yesterday said it is testing a patch for a critical vulnerability in Internet Explorer (IE), but stopped short of promising to deliver an emergency fix before the next scheduled Patch Tuesday. …mehr

  • This Week in Geek: Caffeinated Cars, Six Cores, Games, More

    It's been a busy week for those of us in the Land of Geek, what with a new processor from Intel, a major trade show, plus more new tech and gadgetry than you can poke a stick at. Here are a few of the stories we covered over the past week or so. …mehr

  • Apple COO Tim Cook awarded $22 million bonus

    Apple may have on Friday, but perhaps a more interesting revelation came in the form of regulatory filing regarding Apple Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook. …mehr

  • Steve Jobs may finally have approval to tear down house

    Steve Jobs is accustomed to bringing the house down—unveiling remarkable devices like the iPad, the iPhone, and the original iPod make that a pretty common occurrence. Now, though, after an extended battle, the Apple CEO can finally bring down the other house he’s been trying to raze for so long. Maybe. …mehr

  • Apple's temporary chief gets bonus that could be worth $22M

    Apple Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook earned a US$5 million cash bonus plus stock that could be worth nearly $17 million for the six months last year that he took the helm of the company. …mehr

  • Electric Bat Interactive previews browser-based games

    Typically, players in a game battle for fantastical lands, important landmarks, or some other pre-determined acre of game territory. But what if the land you played for wasn't a mere kingdom or country, but the entire Internet? …mehr

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