Meldungen vom 07.05.2011

  • 7-Zoll-Tablet mit iPhone-4-Optik

    Test - Viewsonic ViewPad 7

    Viewsonic setzt beim ViewPad 7 auf eine Bildschirmgröße von 7 Zoll. Mit kleinem Formfaktor und integrierter Telefoniefunktion wird viel Wert auf Mobilität gelegt. Am auffälligsten ist beim ViewPad 7 allerdings die iPhone-4-Optik. Das Testurteil des Android-Tablet fällt eindeutig aus.  …mehr

  • Städte-Ranking

    Die 25 gefährlichsten Outsourcing-Städte

    Karachi, Medellin und Ciudad Juarez führen 2010 in der Liste der unsichersten Outsourcing-Orte. Vorjahres-Spitzenreiter Bogota wurde deutlich besser bewertet. Als sicherste Städte gelten Prag, Warschau und Brünn.  …mehr

    Von Andrea König
  • Backups und Datenschutz

    Was tun mit privaten Daten auf Firmenrechnern?

    Was Fernmeldegeheimnis und Datenschutz zur Sicherung von Daten auf Festplatten der lokalen Mitarbeiterrechner sagen, beschreiben Patrick Prestel und Max-Lion Keller.  …mehr

  • The CIO Beyond

    So sieht die CIO-Agenda für 2021 aus

    Mit welchen Problemen werden sich die CIOs in zehn Jahren herumschlagen? Es wird sicher Anwendungsmöglichkeiten geben, die sich heute nur Science-Fiction-Autoren vorstellen können. Und einige Trends der Gegenwart dürften sich noch verstärken.  …mehr

  • HTCs neues Smartphone-Flaggschiff

    First Look - HTC Sensation

    Die COMPUTERWOCHE konnte sich einen ersten Eindruck von HTCs neuem Smartphone-Flaggschiff verschaffen.  …mehr

  • HP Veer 4G: A Supercompact WebOS Phone

    Picking up right where the Palm Pixi left off, the ($100 with a two-year AT&T contract as of May 5, 2011) is smaller than your average high-end smartphone. Not everybody wants--or needs--a monolithic 4.3-inch phone, though. And just because the Veer is smaller doesn't mean that it misses out on all the heavy specs. The Veer's tiny design is a nice change from the dozens of large Android phones we've seen over the past year.  …mehr

  • Android Continues to Win at Blackberry's Expense

    More bad news for RIM's Blackberry: A recent survey of cell phone users shows Google's Android is continuing to gobble up its market share.  …mehr

  • Bean counting a risky exercise for accountants

    Few would peg bean counting as an occupation with serious health risks, but the Australian Tax Office (ATO) is convinced its staff are under threat from too much time with their calculators and desk chairs.  …mehr

  • Chaotic and kinetic, yet delicate, Tangle font

    Depending on the view, , a free experimental display font by English designer Claire Mitchell, is either lovely or a freak of nature. Recognizable sans serif letterforms emerge within a wild swirl of lines—mimicking the floating action of dandelion fluff or (if you're a sci-fi fan) a heart-stopping dervish made from bio-engineered cells waiting to go berserk. Font Interpretation 101: People, it's subjective.  …mehr

  • iiNet praises NBN Co, pans lack of digital economy strategy

    Internet service provider (ISP) iiNet (ASX:IIN) has praised the National Broadband Network (NBN) but has cautioned that the value of the fibre network will be lessened unless the Federal Government issues a national online strategy to give purpose and direction to the project.  …mehr

  • Day 6: I Miss Automatic Things That Just Work

  • The Macalope Weekly: Yes, but no

    Macworld  …mehr

  • Will a Multitude of App Stores Hurt Android?

    GetJar, Opera, Amazon and now Barnes & Noble-seems like these days everyone has their own Android app store with their own apps that can't be found anywhere else. While the joke these past few months has been that , the real joke may be on the consumer.  …mehr

  • Battlestar Galactica Online Game

    I was going to start this review of (free) with my best Colonel Tigh "frakkin' Cylons!" impression, but when I went to create a character, I saw that Cylons got bonus XP, so I joined the Toasters. If that sentence didn't make much sense to you...don't worry. If you like blowing stuff up in space, you don't need to know a lot about Battlestar Galactica's complex and often contradictory lore to do it. No one reads quest text for MMORPGs, anyway.  …mehr

  • No Sony PSN Service Anytime Soon, Says Latest Update

    Sony is reneging on a promise to reboot its PlayStation Network and start bringing its 77 million customers back online anytime soon. Sony posted an update to its PlayStation blog Friday stating it was "unaware of the extent of the (network) attack" adding it needs to "conduct further testing of the incredibly complex system" before it can restart its network.  …mehr

  • Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101

    The Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 Tablet doesn't stand on its own. But when paired with its matching keyboard dock, the Transformer morphs into a tablet that strikes an admirable balance between productivity and entertainment. At $399 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model (or $499 for the 32GB Wi-Fi model, prices as of May 6, 2011), the Transformer is the least expensive Android 3.0 tablet to date; and the smaller-capacity version bests Apple's iPad 2 by $100.  …mehr

  • Creative Sound Blaster Tactic3D Sigma

    Creative's $90 is one of the best headsets to use if you want to tune out the world around you. Creative claims that the headset's earphones let you hear sounds from multiple directions, (above, below, and around), so you feel almost fully immersed in sound environments. It does a great job at doing what it promises, though it could produce better bass, and its microphone could be less powerful.  …mehr

  • BNP Paribas banks on project management platform

    Financial advisor and broker BNP Paribas Personal Investors has deployed a project and portfolio management (PPM) system from CA to improve the use of its IT resources.  …mehr

  • LG Optimus Black Review: Impressive, modest

    The LG Optimus Black is a Android phone that features a nice-looking display, a simple and clean user interface, and battery life that would make some far-more-expensive smartphones envious.  …mehr

  • Take Better Photos With Your Digital Camera

    Do your family members shudder when you pick up a camera? Are you jealous of your friends' Flickr albums? Has it been weeks since the last time someone "Liked" one of your photos on Facebook?  …mehr

  • Uganda Telecom to appeal interconnect ruling over Gemtel

    Uganda Telecom is set to appeal the 5 billion shilling (US$2.17 million) judgment in charges, damages and interest it must pay MTN Uganda in a lawsuit over unpaid interconnection fees dating back more than two years.  …mehr

  • Skype's Dangerous Exploit: What You Need to Know

    Security researchers revealed a which can be exploited to create a worm that can take control of Mac PCs.This FAQ will help you understand the potential impact of the threat, and what you can do to protect your system.  …mehr

  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX10

    With a body measuring about the width and height of a business card, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX10 point-and-shoot camera ($280 as of May 4, 2011) packs a surprising amount of features into a slight frame. It offers not only (very limited) manual controls for shutter and aperture, but also a buffet of futuristic extras: three separate ways to capture 3D images, 1080i video capture at a smooth 60 frames per second, and modes for low-light shooting, panorama images, and backlight correction. What's more, the WX10 has a 7X-optical-zoom lens, which is slightly mind-boggling given the camera's size.  …mehr

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