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Wed, 00:16 Chris Bean neuer Group Technology Officer bei SQSDie Spezialistin für Software-Qualität SQS (Software Quality Systems) hat Chris Bean zum neuen Group Technology Officer (GTO) des Unternehmens bestellt. In dieser Rolle werde Bean sowohl den weltweiten IT-Betrieb der SQS-Gruppe als auch deren technische Forschung, Produktentwicklung und den Technik-Support verantworten, heisst es seitens des Unternehmens. Bean folgt Bob Bartlett nach, der nach drei Jahren als GTO und nach über zehn Jahren bei SQS in den Ruhestand geht.

Wed, 00:12 Die derzeitigen Top-Themen der SAP-AnwenderschaftWelche Themen haben 2012 die höchste Priorität für IT-LeiterInnen in SAP-Anwenderunternehmen aus Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz? Um das herauszufinden sowie strategische Schwerpunkte für die zukünftige Arbeit festzulegen, befragte der CIO-Beirat der Deutschsprachigen SAP-Anwendergruppe (DSAG) die Mitglieder des DSAG-CIO-Kreises.

Wed, 00:12 Google bringt Motorola-Übernahme unter Dach und FachDer 12,5 Milliarden Dollar schwere Deal ist nun offiziell abgeschlossen. Google hat den Mobilfunk-Pionier Motorola nach eiem acht monatigem Procedere übernommen und ist nun Hardware-Hersteller - und um 17.000 Patente reicher.

Tue, 18:19 Facebook-Aktie auch am dritten Tag nach Börsenstart im SinkflugDie Facebook-Aktie ist weiter auf Talfahrt. Die Euphorie beim grössten Internet-Börsengang aller Zeiten scheint komplett verflogen. Immer lauter wird die Kritik an den beteiligten Banken. Mehr als 6 Prozent verlor das Papier am Dienstagmorgen in New York. Bereits am Vortag war der Kurs um 11 Prozent abgesackt.

Tue, 15:29 Zusammenschluss von Connectis und Getronics SchweizGerade erst am 2. Mai 2012 hat der Münchner Aurelius Konzern, Eigentümerin der Zürcher Connectis, die Übernahme der europäischen und asiatischen Aktivitäten von Getronics bekannt gegeben, und schon kommt es in der Schweiz zum Zusammenschluss der Connectis mit Getronics (Schweiz). Womit einer der grössten ICT-Systemintegratoren der Schweiz mit rund 400 Mitarbeitenden erwächst.

Tue, 14:45 China stellt Internet-Dissidenten vor GerichtDer chinesische Internet-Dissident Cao Haibo ist am Dienstag wegen „Anstiftung zur Untergrabung der Staatsgewalt" vor Gericht gestellt worden. Das bestätigten seine Frau und sein Anwalt der Nachrichtenagentur DPA. Cao hatte im Internet ein Online-Forum organisiert, in dem über Demokratie und Reformen in China diskutiert worden war.

Tue, 14:38 Apple weiterhin wertvollste Marke der WeltApple ist bleibt die wertvollste Marke der Welt. Der US-Technologiekonzern habe seinen Markenwert im vergangenen Jahr noch weiter gesteigert und seinen 2011 erreichten Spitzenplatz verteidigt, heisst es in der jährlich durchgeführten Markenwertstudie des Marktforschungsunternehmens Millward Brown. Demnach hat Apple einen Markenwert von knapp 183 Mrd. Dollar (144 Mrd. Euro).

Tue, 12:07 Google mit verbesserter Gmail-SucheGoogle betreibt eine Strategie der konstanten Weiterentwicklung der eigenen Web-Services, statt großen Umbauten gibt es von Zeit zu Zeit also auch die eine oder anderer kleinere Neuerung zu berichten. In diese Kategorie fällt eine aktuelle Ankündigung des Unternehmens - die allerdings doch den digitalen Alltag der NutzerInnen vereinfachen könnte.

Tue, 12:04 Schuldenkrise bremst VodafoneDie Schuldenkrise in Europa macht dem weltgrößten Mobilfunk-Konzern Vodafone zu schaffen. Das britische Unternehmen beurteilt seine Wachstumsaussichten mittlerweile pessimistischer. Das Management teilte am Dienstag mit, der Umsatzanstieg im Service-Geschäft aus eigener Kraft werde 2013 voraussichtlich etwas unter der bisherigen mittelfristigen Zielspanne von plus ein bis vier Prozent liegen.

Tue, 11:59 Anonymous knackt US-JustizministeriumZum zweiten Mal in diesem Jahr ist das US-Justizministerium Opfer eines Hacker-Angriffs geworden. Die Behörde räumte am Montag in Washington ein, sie gehe einem "unerlaubten Zugriff auf einen von der Statistikabteilung des Justizministeriums betriebenen Webseiten-Server" nach.

Tue, 23:43 60TB Disk Drives Could Be a Reality In 2016CWmike writes "The maximum areal densities of hard disk drives are expected to more than double by 2016, according to IHS iSuppli. Hard drive company Seagate has also predicted a doubling of drive density, and now IHS iSuppli is confirming what the vendor community already knew. Leading the way for greater disk density will be technologies such as heat-assisted magnetic recording (HAMR), which Seagate patented in 2006. Seagate has already said it will be able to produce a 60TB 3.5-in. hard drive by 2016. Laptop drives could reach 10TB to 20TB in the same time frame, IHS iSuppli stated. It said areal densities are projected to climb to a maximum 1,800 Gbits per square inch per platter by 2016, up from 744 Gbits per square inch in 2011. Areal density equals bit density, or bits of information per inch of a track multiplied by tracks per inch on a drive platter. This year, hard drive areal densities are estimated to reach 780Gbits per square inch per platter, and then rise to 900Gbits per square inch next year."

Tue, 23:00 Depressed People Surf the Web Differently

Tue, 22:18 Canadian Telcos Secretly Supporting Internet Surveillance ...

Tue, 21:36 Another Raspberry Pi? $49 ARM Single-Board Computer With Androidn7ytd writes "Announced today and running on an 800 MHz VIA core, the 170 x 85mm 'APC' is expected to ship this July. It has 2GB of flash storage and 512MB of DDR3 memory. 'A modified version of Google Android 2.3 uses up most of that 2GB of flash storage, but there are external storage options. On the back I/O is a microSD slot, and of course you could hook in an external USB 2.0 drive. VIA spent a lot of time customizing Android to enable keyboard and mouse support which natively it does not support. ... On the I/O panel you get VGA output, HDMI output (up to 720p playback with hardware acceleration), four USB 2.0 ports, gigabit LAN and audio out and microphone in.' With a 'Neo ITX' form factor, VIA touts the single-board computer as a 'bicycle for your mind.'"

Tue, 20:53 Microsoft Tests Social Search Waters With 'so.cl' Networkbenfrog writes "Microsoft just quietly launched so.cl in an experiment to more closely unite web searches and social networking. It's not intended as a stand-alone social network — users can log in with Facebook or Windows Live IDs, and it will share your searches publicly by default. "As students work together, they often search for the same items, and discover new shared interests by sharing links. We see this trend today on many social networks, such as Twitter, where shared links spread virally and amplify popular content. So.cl experiments with this concept by automatically sharing links as you search." They've also (wisely?) put Bing Search at the center of the site."

Tue, 20:22 Moon Methone Meets CassiniMistrX writes with a tidbit about what the Cassini probe is up to nowadays. From the article: "NASA's Cassini spacecraft made its closest approach to Saturn's tiny moon Methone as part of a trajectory that will take it on a close flyby of another of Saturn's moons, Titan. The Titan flyby will put the spacecraft in an orbit around Saturn that is inclined, or tilted, relative to the plane of the planet's equator. The flyby of Methone took place on May 20 at a distance of about 1,200 miles (1,900 kilometers). It was Cassini's closest flyby of the 2-mile-wide (3-kilometer-wide) moon. The best previous Cassini images were taken on June 8, 2005, at a distance of about 140,000 miles (225,000 kilometers), and they barely resolved this object."

Tue, 20:12 Researchers Can Generate RSA SecurID Random Numbers FlawlesslyFluffeh writes "A researcher has found and published a way to tune into an RSA SecurID Token. Once a few easy steps are followed, anyone can generate the exact numbers shown on the token. The method relies on finding the seed that is used to generate the numbers in a way that seems random. Once it is known, it can be used to generate the exact numbers displayed on the targeted Token. The technique, described on Thursday by a senior security analyst at a firm called SensePost, has important implications for the safekeeping of the tokens. An estimated 40 million people use these to access confidential data belonging to government agencies, military contractors, and corporations. Scrutiny of the widely used two-factor authentication system has grown since last year, when RSA revealed that intruders on its networks stole sensitive SecurID information that could be used to reduce its security. Defense contractor Lockheed Martin later confirmed that a separate attack on its systems was aided by the theft of the RSA data."

Tue, 19:30 Designing the World's Tiniest Manned Suborbital Vehiclecylonlover writes, quoting Gizmag: "Generally speaking, companies developing suborbital manned vehicles brag about how much elbow room their spacecraft will provide passengers. They say there will be plenty of room to float around during the weightless portion of the flight, that there will be no fighting for windows, that passengers will comfortably endure the high-g portions of the flight ... and then there's Copenhagen Suborbitals' Tycho Brahe. CS's Tycho Brahe is a one-passenger capsule intended for a purely ballistic flight to a peak altitude approaching 100 miles. The passenger is just along for the ride, with no mechanism to steer or otherwise pilot the capsule."

Tue, 18:48 MPAA Agent Poses As Homebuyer To Catch Piratesbonch writes "The MPAA used an undercover agent posing as a potential homebuyer to gain access to the home of a British couple charged with running a streaming links site. UK authorities decided not to pursue the case, but the MPAA continued, focusing on a Boston programmer who worked on the site, leading to an unprecedented legal maneuver whereby U.S. charges were dropped in exchange for testimony in a UK fraud case."

Tue, 18:18 Kaspersky Calls For Cyber Weapons Conventionjudgecorp writes with a synopsis of talk given by Kaspersky at CeBit "Cyber weapons are so dangerous, they should be limited by a treaty like those restricting chemical and nuclear arms, Russian security expert Eugene Kaspersky has told a conference. He also warned that online voting was essential or democracy will die out in 20 years."

Tue, 17:50  UK Draft Energy Bill Avoids Banning Coal Or Gas Power

Tue, 17:21 Nmap 6 Released Featuring Improved Scripting, Full IPv6 SupportFirst time accepted submitter Chankey Pathak writes "The Nmap Project is pleased to announce the immediate, free availability of the Nmap Security Scanner version 6.00 from http://nmap.org/. It is the product of almost three years of work, 3,924 code commits, and more than a dozen point releases since the big Nmap 5 release in July 2009. Nmap 6 includes a more powerful Nmap Scripting Engine, 289 new scripts, better web scanning, full IPv6 support, the Nping packet prober, faster scans, and much more!"

Tue, 16:39 Google Finalizes Acquisition of Motorola Mobilityzacharye writes with news of the end of the regulatory saga that was Google acquiring Motorola Mobility. From the article: "In line with earlier reports, Google on Tuesday finalized its acquisition of Motorola Mobility. The $12.5 billion merger was approved by regulators in China on Monday after having been given the green light by the United States Department of Justice this past February. Chinese regulators did stipulate terms for its approval, however, namely that Google must continue to make Android open-source and freely available. Former Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha has stepped down and Google's Dennis Woodside will replace him as chief executive..."

Tue, 16:00 Human Water Use Accounts For 42% of Recent Sea Level Risescibri writes "During the latter half of the twentieth century, global sea level rose by about 1.8 millimeters per year. The combined contribution from heating of the oceans, which makes the water expand, along with melting of ice caps and glaciers, is estimated to be 1.1 millimeters per year, which left some 0.7 millimeters per year unaccounted for. It seems that the effects of human water use on land could fill that gap. Researchers report in Nature Geoscience that land-based water storage could account for 0.77 millimeters per year, or 42%, of the observed sea-level rise between 1961 and 2003. The extraction of groundwater for irrigation and home and industrial use, with subsequent run-off to rivers and eventually to the oceans, represents the bulk of the contribution. It would be even worse if we weren't also locking up lots of water from rivers behind dams like the Hoover Dam."

Tue, 15:18 WHMCS Data Compromised By Good Old Social Engineeringhowhardcanitbetocrea writes "WHMCS has had 500,000 records leaked, credit cards included, by hackers calling themselves UGNazis. Apparently UGNazis succeeded in obtaining login details from the billing software's host by using social engineering. UGNazis accuse WHMCS of knowingly offering services to fraudsters. After almost 24 hours UGNazis still seem to have control of WHMCS twitter account @whmcs and is regularly updating their exploits. These tweets are also feeding into WHMCS software."

Tue, 23:34 Breaking Out of the Box: Is the Cloud Stuck in Silos?Cloud computing holds great promise as one of the key methods available to IT professionals to enable cost reduction in operations for enterprises; large, small and medium sized business across nearly every market vertical. However, as it is currently being implemented, the cloud is in danger of establishing constructs that will cause it to fail to meet its potential, writes Eric Johnson.

Tue, 23:09 Hands on With So.cl, Microsoft's 'Experimental' Social Search ...Is Microsoft's new social network So.cl the next Facebook, Twitter or even, Google+? We spent some hands-on time with Microsoft's new social network to find out. The short answer: No.

Tue, 22:33 NSA Teams Up With Colleges to Train Students for Secret Cyber-Ops ...The National Security Agency is teaming up with universities to train students in cyber operations for intelligence, military and law enforcement work that will remain secret to all but a select group of students and faculty who pass clearance requirements.

Tue, 22:17 Jury Flummoxed Over Google-Oracle Patent FightIn the ongoing legal battle between Google and Oracle, the jury is still grappling over claims that Google infringed on Oracle patents in building its Android mobile operating system. And judging from the questions the jury tossed at the judge on Tuesday, a verdict is still a long ways off.

Tue, 21:48 Still Love Board Games? Game Salute Can Help You Make One.In our software-driven world, the middleman is an endangered species. Remember travel agents? Websites like Kayak.com obliterated the profession?in under a decade. Now, the suits in creative industries are dying out. Musicians, inventors, and game designers can raise huge sums of money from fans and use digital tools to deliver products to them without interference from publishers, retailers, or other gatekeepers. Will they follow the encyclopedia salesman into the dustbin of history

Tue, 21:46 New York Legislation Would Ban Anonymous Online SpeechDid you hear the one about the New York state lawmakers who forgot about the First Amendment in the name of combating cyberbullying and "baseless political attacks"? Proposed legislation in both chambers would require New York-based websites, such as blogs and newspapers, to "remove any comments posted on his or her website by an anonymous poster unless such anonymous poster agrees to attach his or her name to the post."

Tue, 21:43 Is 'Cloudwashing' Creating Your Own Private Idahos?"Executives across the globe feel peer and competitive pressure to 'get to yes' on private cloud. This burden falls on IT to provide a cloud solution -- oh, and by the way, we need it by the end of the year. With this clock ticking, it?s hard to think about private cloud strategically. In fact, ...

Tue, 21:00 Microsoft Courts Azure Developers in BangaloreDespite its plan to get behind a big shift to infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) with a June 7 launch, Microsoft faces an uphill battle getting U.S. coders to jump from Amazon to its cloud. So it comes as little surprise to see that Microsoft today announced it was launching an accelerator for its Windows Azure cloud in India.

Tue, 20:58 Darpa, Venter Launch Assembly Line for Genetic EngineeringThe military-industrial complex just got a little bit livelier. Quite literally. That's because Darpa, the Pentagon's far-out research arm, has kicked off a program designed to take the conventions of manufacturing and apply them to living cells. Think of it like an assembly line, but one that would churn out modified biological matter -- man-made organisms -- instead of cars or computer parts.

Tue, 20:45 Everest Climbers Wear Biosensors to Help Scientists Study DiseaseAs a team of climbers inches toward the summit of Mount Everest, body sensors will monitor them day and night, collecting data to help researchers understand chronic illnesses like heart disease.

Tue, 20:19 Project Glass Augmented-Reality Specs Spotted on Larry Page's FaceLarry Page is spotted wearing Project Glass at a Google event in the UK.

Tue, 20:05 Game|Life Video: Music Games Help 3DS Find Its RhythmTwo music games coming to 3DS this July, Rhythm Thief and Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, add a dose of rhythm to your 3-D gaming.

Tue, 19:50 Google Finally Closes $12.5B Takeover of Motorola MobilityGoogle's purchase of Motorola Mobility officially closes. Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha is history, and the new CEO is Dennis Woodside, a mergers and acquisitions lawyer who has been with Goodle since 2003.

Tue, 19:22 Browsers at Odds With Web Developers Over 'Adaptive Images'The web has yet to produce an elegant way of serving small images to small screens and large ones to large screens. The problem, argues web developer Jason Grigsby, is that what web developers want to do is at odds with how web browsers handle images.

Tue, 19:13 EV Pioneer Plans to Recreate Lindbergh's Flight in Electric ...Electric vehicle pioneer Chip Yates is upping the ante in the world of electric airplanes. Today, the world-record holder for electric motorcycles announced plans for an all-electric recreation of Charles Lindbergh's famous trans-Atlantic flight in 1927.

Tue, 18:29 Gacha Watch: Japan's Social Game Industry Shifts Gears After ...The lucrative sales method used in many Japanese free-to-play social games will be illegal as of July 1, though a voluntary ban will be in effect by the end of May.

Tue, 18:26 Tesla Model S Coming June 22It's official: The first deliveries of the long-awaited Tesla Model S will begin on June 22. Nearly three years after the car was first announced, Tesla's sales VP George Blankenship confirmed on the company's blog that the first customers with reservations will get their cars a month from today.

Tue, 18:12 A Petition for Free Online Access of Taxpayer-funded ResearchAn organization is now petitioning the White House to allow anyone electronic access to research aided by taxpayer dollars. Social Dimension blogger and mathematician Samuel Arbesman reports.

Tue, 18:00 The GeekDads Podcast Live Tonight 7:00pm/10:00 PDT/EDTFor those of you who enjoy our GeekDads podcast, we'll broadcast the recording session live tonight. So if you'd like to waste an hour and participate via chat room, stop by right here at 7:00 this evening, Pacific Time. We hope to see you here!

Tue, 17:00 First Look: Asus Zenbook Prime Is a Top Ultrabook ContenderAfter spending a few days with a near-final, "Technology Preview" model of the upcoming 13-inch Zenbook Prime UX31A, we can report that it's definitely a competitive ultrabook in the PC market.

Tue, 16:54 Google Kicks Off Summer of Code 2012Google's annual Summer of Code project, an effort to get college students writing open source software during their summer vacations, is underway.

Tue, 14:00 Sidecar App Re-Imagines Mobile Phone Calls With a Flurry of Clever ...Meet Sidecar, a new telephony app for iOS and Android that adds a wealth of cool, new content- and video-sharing features to the basic phone-calling experience.

Tue, 12:30 Light-Emitting Gadgets: Where Technology and Luminescence CollideGadgets can be captivating sources of light. Here we present 11 curiosity-piquing examples of the clever intersection between gadgetry and illumination -- spanning the range from antiquated tungsten filaments to modern lasers.

Tue, 12:30 Garmin's Zabriskie Voice Pack Tells You Where to Get OffIn Dave Zabriskie, Team Garmin-Barracuda has one of pro cycling?s most colorful personalities. Garmin has taken advantage of this by offering a free Dave Zabriskie voice pack for its n?vi in-car GPS systems.

Tue, 12:30 Despite Chinese Hack, Google Still Uses Microsoft WindowsIn the wake of the late 2009 attack on Google's internal systems that saw Chinese hackers pilfer proprietary software code, the rumor was that the search giant had resolved to eliminate the use of Microsoft Windows on employee machines. But two years on, Google CIO Ben Fried tells Wired that Google never banned the use of Windows and that the company continues to offer Windows as one of the options available to new employees.

Tue, 12:30 May 22, 1859: It's Elementary, My Dear ReaderArthur Conan Doyle is born in Edinburgh, Scotland. He?ll go on to create the most famous detective in fiction: Sherlock Holmes.

Tue, 12:30 Hollywood's Best Car Chases, As Rated by a Top Stunt DriverThere's a highly scientific explanation for why so many films feature car chases: Car chases are awesome. And there are so many good ones that to safely navigate a timeline of the best, we handed the wheel to an actual stunt driver -- Darrin Prescott, who orchestrated the car-fu in .

Tue, 12:25 It's a Good Fit With Shimano's 'Easy-Bake' Bike ShoesShimano's 2012 R315 road shoes aren?t exactly custom, but once they?ve been properly fitted, no two pairs are exactly alike. That?s because the fit process involves baking the heat-moldable shoes and insoles in a special oven and vacuum-fitting them to the wearer?s feet. I was recently set up with a pair for this week?s Wired ...

Tue, 12:00 El-P Blasts Drone-Filled Dystopia on Cancer for CureDrones overhead and smartphones in hand, we drift through panoptic lives and push-button wars. It sometimes feels like most songwriters couldn't give a crap, but not hip-hop visionary El-P: He's still raging with feeling against the machine, from within the increasingly dense machine music he painstakingly crafts. The Brooklyn rapper's latest round of literate but inflammatory blasts comes on arresting new record .

Tue, 11:23 Facebook IPO seized by post-capitalist High Frequency Tractor Beam*This is exceedingly 80s-Gibson-novel. It just needs the lyricism knob turned up.http://www.buzzfeed.com/jwherrman/how-facebooks-ipo-got-hijacked-by-computers(...)"No human being can comprehend that action in the tape," says its creator, Dennis Dick, a proprietary trader and financial consultant. Dick has gotten used to seeing these bizarre glitches in the market ? he predicted the legendary "flash crash" four months before ...

Tue, 23:00 Qype Radar - Szeneemppfehlungen für alleMit Qype Radar können Sie sich in jeder fremden Stadt schnell zurecht finden. Über eine Suchfunktion finden Sie die interessantesten Orte einer Kategorie in Ihrer Nähe und lesen sich die Bewertungen ihrer ...

Tue, 23:00 Flipboard - Interaktives News-Magazin für das iPadFlipboard verschmilzt Facebook- und Twitter-Einträge auf iOS und bald auch Android zu einem interaktiven Hochglanzmagazin. Dazu werden alle Meldungen in ein für Zeitschriften typisches Format umgewandelt ...

Tue, 23:00 Dell PowerEdge T420 - Solider Tower-Server mit zwei Xeon-2400Der Dell T420 unterscheidet sich in wenigen Punkten von seinem kleinen Bruder, dem T320. Allerdings sollte die zweite CPU und damit verbunden der mehr als doppelt so große Speicher durchaus für eine deutliche ...

Tue, 23:00 Dell PowerEdge T320 - Leiser Einsteiger-Tower mit großem SpeicherDell vertreibt mit dem PowerEdge T320 einen Einsteiger-Tower für SMB-Anwendungen mit großem Speicherplatzbedarf. Mit dem Intel Xeon E5-2400 und 96 GByte Arbeitspeicher entspricht er dem kleinsten Rack-Server ...

Tue, 23:00 Dell PowerEdge R820 - Virtualisierungs-Server mit Xeon E5-4600Der Dell PowerEdge R820 ist ein auf Virtualisierungsaufgaben ausgelegter Rack-Server. Trotz vier Xeon E5-4600-Prozessoren, bis zu 1,5 TByte Hauptspeicher und 16 TByte Festplattenplatz rühmt sich Dell ...

Tue, 23:00 Dell PowerEdge R520 - Flexibler Rack-Server mit geräumigem ...Der Dell PowerEdge R520 soll in besonderem Maße auf Flexibilität optimiert sein, so Dell. Er bietet zwei Intel Xeon E5-2400-Prozessoren, bis zu 192 GByte RAM und ein Maximum von 24 TByte Festplattenspeicher.

Tue, 23:00 Dell PowerEdge R420 - Einsteigersystem mit hoher LeistungsdichteDer Dell PowerEdge R420 ist der kleine Bruder des R520 und erreicht in vielen Punkten dessen Leistungskerndaten. Durch den kompakteren Formfaktor eignet er sich allerdings besser für den Einsatz in kleineren ...

Tue, 23:00 Dell PowerEdge R320 - Kompakter Einsteigerserver mit Xeon E5-2400Der Dell PowerEdge R320 ist das kleinste Rack-Modell von Dells aktueller Reihe. Er besitzt nur eine CPU und 96 GByte RAM, soll aber dank bis zu 12 TByte Festspeicher weiter den Anforderungen kleiner Unternehmen ...

Tue, 23:00 ADWLauncher - Alternativer Programm-LauncherDer ADWLauncher ist eine potente Alternative für HTC Sense, TouchWiz und Co. Der Launcher-Ersatz lässt sich ausführlich konfigurieren und bringt viele neue Funktionen und Animationen mit.

Tue, 12:58 Microsoft stellt Beta des MAP Toolkit 7.0 fertigDie kostenlose Software MAP Toolkit unterstützt Administratoren seit einigen Versionen bei der Migration von Clients und Servern. Nun hat Microsoft eine erste Beta der Version 7.0 des MAP Toolkit fertig ...

Tue, 10:44 LinuxLive USB Creator - Bootfähige Linux-USB-Sticks erstellenLinuxLive USB Creator ist eine kostenlose Windows-Software, die es ermöglicht, ein Linux-Live-System auf USB-Laufwerken anzulegen. Das einfach bedienbare Tool unterstützt eine Vielzahl von Distributionen, ...

Tue, 09:48 Ratgeber: Was ist was bei der Linux-VerzeichnisstrukturWer ein Linux-System aufsetzen will, tut gut daran, sich mit der Verzeichnisstruktur eines Unix-Systems vertraut zu machen. Dann weiß man, wo welche Dateien zu finden sind, und kann die eigene Partitionierung ...

Tue, 08:00 Frage des Tages: Wie hoch darf die Leistungsaufnahme eines ...Testen Sie Ihr IT-Wissen! Jeden Tag finden Sie bei TecChannel eine Frage aus dem IT-Bereich, deren richtige Antwort Sie als IT-Experte kennen sollten. Machen Sie kostenlos mit und erweitern Sie Ihre IT-Kenntnisse!

Tue, 07:42 Linux-Kernel 3.4: Die Neuerungen im ÜberblickLinux-Vater Linus Torvalds hat eine weitere stabile Version des Linux-Kernel zur Verfügung gestellt. Seit dem siebten Release-Kandidaten gibt es nicht mehr viele Änderungen. Wir haben für Sie die Neuerungen ...

Tue, 06:35 Mit Fabric-Konzept zum schlanken NetzwerkDie Netzwerke der Vergangenheit sind mehrstufig, strukturiert und starr. Virtualisierung und Cloud Computing aber benötigen dynamisch schaltbare Netzanbindungen. Die strukturierte Verkabelung mit fest ...

Mon, 23:00 WOT - Web of Trust warnt vor Seiten mit schlechtem RufWeb of Trust (WOT) will Benutzer vor Gefahren beim Surfen schützen. Hierfür bewertet eine große Community Internetseiten auf die Sicherheitsmerkmale Vertrauenswürdigkeit, Händlerzuverlässigkeit, Datenschutz ...

Mon, 23:00 Software-Updates automatisieren mit SUMoSUMo, kurz für Software Update Monitor, überprüft alle Anwendungen und Tools auf dem Windows-PC und informiert, sobald eine Aktualisierung verfügbar ist. Auch den Download der neuen Programmversion wickelt ...

Mon, 23:00 Citrix Receiver - Mit dem Smartphone auf Citrix-Server zugreifenMit dem Receiver hat Citrix eine App im Programm, die Ihnen den Zugriff auf die Citrix-Systeme Ihres Unternehmens bieten soll. Zwar sind komplexere Arbeiten auf dem kleinen Bildschirm eines Smartphones ...

Mon, 23:00 Bump - Datenaustausch durch AnstoßenDie App Bump erlaubt es, Daten zwischen zwei Android- oder iPhone-Geräten durch Zustammenstoßen der beiden Telefone auszutauschen. Geteilt werden können Kontakte, Bilder und sogar Apps, und die jeweiligen ...

Mon, 23:00 AndroRadio - Kostenloses Internetradio für AndroidAndroRadio empfängt fast zweihundert verschiedene Webradiostationen aus vielen verschiedenen Ländern und spielt sie alle auf dem Android-Smartphone ab. Lieblingssender können als Widget auf dem Homescreen ...

Mon, 23:00 Acronis Disk Director 11 Home - Im Betrieb mit Dateisystemen ...Acronis Disk Director 11 Home ermöglicht es dem Nutzer, während des Betriebs seines Windows-PCs seine Dateisysteme zu verändern oder zu wechseln. Zahlreiche Zusatzfeatures und die durchdachte Bedienung ...

Mon, 19:42 Die zehn größten IT-HerausforderungenDer klassische IT-Betrieb ist nicht sexy. Unternehmen erwarten schlicht, dass Server, Storage- und Netzwerksysteme zuverlässig arbeiten und die benötigten Applikationen bereitstehen. Doch gerade im Bereich ...

Mon, 15:08 OpenOffice 3.4: Details zu den ausgebesserten SicherheitslückenVor kurzer Zeit wurde Apache OpenOffice 3.4 zur Verfügung gestellt. Nun haben sich die Entwickler auch zu den geschlossenen Sicherheitslücken geäußert. Alle drei Schwachstellen wurden als wichtig eingestuft.

Mon, 12:42 Windows Intune bekommt Mobile Device ManagementDie nächste Version von Microsofts Verwaltungslösung aus der Cloud - Windows Intune- soll insbesondere in Sachen Mobile Device Management Fortschritte machen. So wird unter anderem eine Unterstützung ...

Mon, 10:15 Die beliebtesten NAS für den professionellen EinsatzNetwork Attached Storage erlaubt das einfache Bereitstellen von Speicherplatz im vorhandenen Ethernet-Netzwerk. Gemeinsamer Datenzugriff, Backups und vieles mehr bieten die Multitalente. Wir haben die ...

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