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Sat, 00:18 In einem Bezirksgericht im Süden New Yorks ist eine Sammelklage gegen den finnischen Handyhersteller Nokia eingebracht worden. Dies teilte Nokia selber mit, ohne allerdings auf die konkreten Inhalte der Beschuldigung einzugehen. Man untersuche die Anschuldigungen und gehe davon aus, dass diese unbegründet seien, erläuterte der finnische Handy-Riese, der bis vor kurzem noch den Weltmarkt für Handys angeführt hatte.

Sat, 00:12 Die deutsche Bundesnetzagentur präsentierte am Freitag ihren Jahresbericht. Zur Zeit besitzt jeder Deutsche 1,4 Handys, 2011 wurden rund 55 Milliarden SMS versandt.

Fri, 13:26 Wechsel an der Spitze des Schweizerischen Verbandes der Telekommunikation Asut: Peter Grütter wird neuer Präsident und folgt als solcher Fulvio Caccia nach, welcher dem Verband während sechs Jahren als Präsident vorstand.

Fri, 13:08 Facebook will sich bei seinem Börsengang kräftig bedienen. Das weltgrösste soziale Netzwerk plant, bis zu zwölf Milliarden Dollar bei Investoren einzusammeln. Damit käme das erst acht Jahre alte Unternehmen nahe an den Marktwert des Online-Handelsriesen Amazon heran und würde Traditionsfirmen wie Hewlett-Packard und Dell übertreffen.

Fri, 12:26 Mark Zuckerberg darf schon mal den Champagner kalt stellen. Der 27-Jährige wird spätestens durch den Börsengang von Facebook zu einem noch reicheren Mann. Der Gründer und Chef des sozialen Netzwerks bietet beim Börsengang auch 30 Millionen seiner eigenen Anteilsscheine an. Bei einem anvisierten Preis von bis zu 35 Dollar das Stück würde er damit mehr als 1 Milliarde Dollar einstreichen.

Fri, 12:22 Für seinen geplanten milliardenschweren Börsengang hat der russische Mobilfunker MegaFon offenbar nur zwei Konsortialführer engagiert. Trotz Verhandlungen mit mehr als ein Dutzend Banken hätten lediglich Goldman Sachs und Morgan Stanley den Auftrag bekommen, erfuhr der zu Thomson Reuters gehörende Informationsdienst IFR am Donnerstag aus mit der Angelegenheit vertrauten Kreisen.

Fri, 12:19 Die Bundesnetzagentur will in Deutschland neue Frequenzen für das mobile Internet freischaufeln. Das Funkspektrum im Bereich von 900 MHz und 1.800 MHz, über das derzeit Handy-Telefonate laufen, solle ab dem 1. Jänner 2017 für funkgestützte schnelle Internetanschlüsse zur Verfügung stehen, teilte die Bonner Behörde am Donnerstag mit. Vorstellbar sei etwa, dass Daten- und Sprachfunk ab dann parallel auf den Frequenzen stattfinden.

Fri, 10:15 Das grösste berufliche Onine-Netzwerk Linkedin leistet sich nach einem starken Quartal einen teuren Zukauf. Für knapp 119 Millionen Dollar wird die Plattform Slideshare übernommen, auf die vor allem Präsentationen hochgeladen werden.

Fri, 10:12 Für ihre Lösung "Mobile ID" ist Swisscom mit dem „Special Award Mobile Security“ ausgezeichnet worden. Die Verleihung erfolgte im Rahmen der diesjährigen European Identity & Cloud Conference in München.

Fri, 08:08 Harvard und das M.I.T. wollen auf der gemeinsamen Online-Plattform EDX künftig kostenlos Vorlesungen beider Universitäten ins Netz stellen. Das Non-Profit-Projekt wird von beiden Bildungsinstitutionen mit jeweils 30 Millionen Dollar gefördert, wie die New York Times berichtet.

Fri, 23:44 In losing Adam Yauch -- the musician and lyricist known to most as MCA -- music has lost an icon, yes. But beyond that, for those who love what's become known as "remix culture," a musical movement is now minus one of its founding fathers.

Fri, 23:23 In the ongoing court battle between Google and Oracle over the Android mobile operating system, the jury has reached a verdict on three questions involving claims that Google infringed on Oracle's copyrights, but it is still undecided on a fourth.

Fri, 23:19 The man who claims a 50 percent stake in Facebook was ordered Thursday to pay the social-networking site's attorneys an additional $16,851, bringing to nearly $97,000 in sanctions and fees a federal judge has levied against Paul Ceglia in a bizarre lawsuit over the company's origins.

Fri, 23:09 In our fourth Q&A with spaceflight experts, Wired talks to do-it-yourself spacecraft builder Kristian von Bengston about the upcoming SpaceX launch.

Fri, 23:03 http://www.thecreatorsproject.com/blog/the-new-aesthetic-revisited-the-debate-continues(((Doubtless, there's somebody out there in fondleslab iPad land, who is wondering, 'What immediate, headlong riposte to these cogent assertions is possible in today's accelerando hypermediated circumstances'?)))http://www.warrenellis.com/?p=13979All, Everyone, United - http://alleveryone.blogspot.comBERG - http://berglondon.comBLDGBLOG ? http://bldgblog.blogspot.comChris Heathcote: anti-mega ? http://anti-mega.com/antimegaCollapsonomics! = http://collapsonomics.posterous.comDisquiet ? http://disquiet.comEye blog ? http://blog.eyemagazine.comFokkawolfe - http://fokkawolfe.blogspot.comFP Passport ? http://blog.foreignpolicy.comGlobal Guerrillas ? http://globalguerrillas.typepad.com/globalguerrillasGlobal: James ...

Fri, 22:54 Anyone that's ridden a bicycle in any sort of urban environment, knows the dangers of inattentive motorists. The tiny bell on the handle bars is great if you want to get the attention of pedestrian or other bicyclist. To make sure you get the attention of the guy blasting Skrillex in his car, you need something with a few more decibels.

Fri, 22:51 Two months ago Apple launched its iPhoto for iOS app with some map data that looked very familiar to OpenStreetMap developers. Now the company has given credit where it's due.

Fri, 22:25 It sometimes seems like there is a huge swath of the general public that will just believe anything ? they are immune to skepticism and compelled to accept the most obvious scams. These delusions can be relatively harmless ? believe in spoon-bending and perpetual motion if you must. But some fakers are very, very dangerous. At the worst end of the spectrum, in my estimation, are faith healers. They can cause real harm to the victims they parade before the rest of us ? and even more to those, as I will show, whom they give false hope and ignore.

Fri, 22:23 Game|Life's weekly podcast: Wired editors talk about new games like .

Fri, 22:12 On April 19, National Pubic Radio ran a story about a cruise ship that may have ignored reports that fishermen were stranded in a small vessel only a mile away. The lone survivor of the vessel, 18-year-old Adrian Vasquez, was rescued weeks later. He said that two friends who were stranded with him died from exposure and dehydration in the days after the Star Princess sailed past them.

Fri, 21:49 *As Nietzsche used to remark before they hauled him raving out of downtown Torino, "When you see like a digital device, the digital device sees into you."http://www4.uwm.edu/c21/pages/events/conferences.htmlConferencesEach year the Center designates a theme that lends itself to multidisciplinary study as the subject for its research. Around this theme we present a full program of public ...

Fri, 21:38 Elvis Presley tries somewhat humorously to get past the pearly gates in the new video for Stan Lee's original short story, "Elvis."

Fri, 21:28 Bang & Olufsen's Beoplay A3 iPad Speaker amps up the audio in a pyramid-shaped dock with three .5-inch tweeters and a two-inch woofer. It's got signature B&O style, and carries the signature B&O price tag along with it.

Fri, 21:22 Brain scans of dogs could give researchers a new tool for studying what happens in the mind of man's best friend.

Fri, 21:00 In his new book, the writer delivers an impassioned, hilarious and unabashedly personal take on the classic Talking Heads album .

Fri, 20:41 *I knew the Kalkster would be up to something that no one could expect.*There's gonna be something else in the Koechlin pipeline here. "Kalki Koechlin, First Indian Woman in Orbit," maybe.http://www.hindustantimes.com/Entertainment/Tabloid/Who-are-we-asks-Kalki-Koechlin/Article1-845310.aspx

Fri, 20:34 The FBI has been lobbying top internet companies like Yahoo and Google to support a proposal that would force them to provide backdoors for government surveillance.

Fri, 20:20 The new commercial space race may feel like its on hold this week with another delay of the current front runner, SpaceX. But some of Elon Musk's competitors have been busy hitting milestones the past few days, and one of the members of the old commercial space community is preparing for a launch later today.In ...

Fri, 20:03 What would happen if you put the entire internet in the same room? That was the thinking behind 2008's inaugural ROFLCon, a two-day gathering at MIT that brought together some of the web's best-known meme-stars -- those accidental celebs for whom fame is often a semihappy accident.

Fri, 20:03 In the ongoing court battle between Google and Oracle, the jury has indicated that it may not be able to reach a unanimous decision on claims that Google infringed on Oracle copyrights in building the Android mobile operating system. On Friday morning, Alsup told lawyers for Google and Oracle that it would accept a partial verdict from jury if all 12 members can't agree on a full verdict. "I'm not going to let this court go to waste," Alsup said. But he also said this was not his official ruling, indicating he could change his mind.

Fri, 20:01 Want to see the web's long tail? Just cut out the top 1 million websites and search through what's left. That's exactly what the aptly named Million Short search engine promises to do. The results can be surprising.

Fri, 19:26 In this episode, host Wil Wheaton and his guests Rod Rodenberry , Freddie Wong, and Ryan Higa play three fast-play favorites. First up is Tsuro, a tile-laying game has the players assuming the roles of flying dragons and trying to be the last dragon in the air.

Fri, 19:00 A group of New York University grad students has set up the wartime version of Kickstarter, where random people can bankroll emerging weapons technology, like an all-seeing drone armed with "a new kind of explosive" promising to cut down on civilian casualties, or a bus packed with a rolling "enhanced interrogation" center. Sounds like a great idea or a horrifying one, depending on your politics. Just one thing, and it's a spoiler alert: The site, Kickstriker, is an obvious hoax. And there's a lesson in that.

Fri, 18:48 Subaru has always been a niche player in the US market. Building no-nonsense cars with all-wheel drive gets you a loyal following of snowbound northerners, weekend rally drivers, triathletes and Yankee cranks. Outside of those demographics, Subaru is a non-entity: Only those with dissociative identity disorder have ever cross-shopped a Legacy and a Lexus, and ...

Fri, 18:31 In honor of Star Wars Day this Friday, the company has released the $100 LaserSaber, which attaches to the Spyder 3-class green and blue lasers it already sells. Using a "magnetic gravity" system, the device can slowly light up and down, just like a "real" lightsaber.

Fri, 18:30 If we choose the right defaults -- that it's your data -- and if our personal clouds can implement them, smart meters and a bunch of other innovations won't create new privacy headaches and won't require new laws, writes Jon Udell.

Fri, 18:24 At 2:12 PM local time today, the MS T?ranor entered Monaco's Hercule Harbor, becoming the first ship to travel around the world using only solar power.It's the same harbor where the?T?ranor set out from more than 19 months and 37,286 miles ago. Since then, the ship has made port in six continents, fended off pirates ...

Fri, 18:18 For many years, I ran a Photo of the Day feature on this blog. Then I killed it. I got bored with it, and there seemed to be little interest in the photostream. But I have piled up so many photos from museums, zoos, national parks, and other places that I feel I should do ...

Fri, 18:15 For the past several years, I thought ?What?s the big deal?? Seriously is this any different? Does this get us anything that we did not have before? Really what?s the benefit? Then, it hit me. The big deal is that you are in control of your cloud, writes IBM's James Barnes.

Fri, 18:12 When I opened Tyler Cowen's new book An Economist Gets Lunch I was very excited. I was excited to learn about the many ways to find good places to eat and I wasn't disappointed. However, I did not expect to learn much about how books are published.But that's exactly what happened. When I opened my ...

Fri, 23:20 bonch writes "U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement seized a hip-hop website based on RIAA claims of copyright infringement for prerelease music tracks. They held it for a year before giving it back due to lack of evidence. Unsealed court records (PDF) show that the government was repeatedly given time extensions to build a case against Dajaz1.com, but the RIAA's evidence never came. The RIAA has declined to comment."

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Fri, 19:46 ananyo writes "Researchers have used radio waves to remotely activate engineered insulin-producing genes in mice. In the long term, the work could lead to medical procedures in which patients' genes are triggered on demand. The researchers coated iron oxide nanoparticles with antibodies that bind to a modified version of a temperature-sensitive ion channel. They injected these particles into tumors grown under the skins of mice, then heated the nanoparticles with low-frequency radio waves. The nanoparticles heated the ion channel, activating it and allowing calcium to flow into cells. The influx of calcium switched on an engineered calcium-sensitive gene that produces insulin (abstract)."

Fri, 19:04 judgecorp writes "The Syrian government is using Skype as a channel to infect activists' systems with malware, installing Trojans and backdoors, according to security firm F-Secure. The evidence comes from a hard drive sent for analysis. 'The activist's system had become infected as a result of a Skype chat. The chat request came from a fellow activist. The problem was that the fellow activist had already been arrested and could not have started the chat. Initial infection occurred when the activist accepted a file called MACAddressChanger.exe over the chat. This utility was supposed to change the hardware MAC address of the system in order to bypass some monitoring tools. Instead, it dropped a file called silvia.exe which was a backdoor — a backdoor called "Xtreme RAT." Xtreme Rat is a full-blown malicious Remote Access Tool.'"

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Fri, 17:40 aesoteric writes "The combustion of an Apple iPhone 4 after a regional flight in Australia was likely caused by a botched repair of the handset by an unauthorized repairer, according to air safety investigators in the U.S. and Australia. A small metal screw had been misplaced in the battery bay of the handset. The screw punctured the battery casing and caused an internal short circuit, making the iPhone emit dense smoke (PDF)."

Fri, 16:57 nk497 writes "Nokia has been hit with a class-action suit, with the claimant accusing the company of making 'false and misleading' statements about the ability of its deal with Microsoft to revive the struggling mobile maker. 'The complaint alleges that during the Class Period, defendants told investors that Nokia's conversion to a Windows platform would halt its deteriorating position in the smartphone market,' read a statement (PDF) from the law firm Robbins Geller Rudman and Dowd. 'It did not.'"

Fri, 16:15 Lucas123 writes "Researchers at UCLA have created an online crowdsourcing game designed to let players help doctors in key areas of the world speed the lengthy process of distinguishing malaria-infected red blood cells from healthy ones. So far, those playing the game have collectively been able to accurately diagnose malaria-infected blood cells within 1.25% of the accuracy of a pathologist performing the same task (PDF). The researchers hope that users of the game can help eliminate the high cost and sometimes poor accuracy of diagnosis in areas like sub-Saharan Africa, where malaria accounts for some 20% of all childhood deaths."

Fri, 15:32 New submitter horselight writes "Recent data obtained from Mars indicates the environment is not as hostile to life as once thought. 'An examination of data gathered by NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity reveals deposits that, on Earth, are only created by water moving through the rock.' The study's lead author, Steve Squyres, said, 'From landing until just before reaching the Endeavour rim, Opportunity was driving over sandstone made of sulfate grains that had been deposited by water and later blown around by the wind. These gypsum veins tell us about water that flowed through the rocks at this exact spot. It's the strongest evidence for water that we've ever seen with Opportunity.' Gypsum veins and other features indicating water movement on the surface of Mars have been observed to be much more common than previously thought."

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Fri, 14:09 gbjbaanb writes in with a story about plans to introduce an electronic identity system in Europe. "On Wednesday, the European Commission published a strategy document aimed at setting up systems to protect children online. In the document — but not in the accompanying press release nor the citizens' summary — the Commission mentioned that it will soon propose a 'pan-European framework for electronic authentication,' full details will be announced on 30th May. The launch of the strategy follows a push to strengthen internet security in the EU. It also outlined legal measures to make it easier for people to use a single e-ID for online services across borders, which would underpin a move toward a pan-European framework for electronic identification, authentication and signature (Pefias) framework."

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Fri, 23:00 Auch kleinere Betriebe sind auf den Schutz ihrer IT-Infrastruktur angewiesen. An diese Zielgruppe richtet sich die UTM-Appliance SonicWALL NSA 240. Sie bietet ausreichend Leistung kleinere Netwzerke zu ...

Fri, 23:00 Windows merkt sich alle USB-Geräte, die jemals mit dem Rechner verbunden wurden. Mit USBDeview erhalten Sie Zugriff auf diese Auflistung und entfernen Geräte gezielt. Wir haben die Informationen rund ...

Fri, 23:00 PhpMyAdmin ist eines der beliebtesten Tools wenn es um die Administration von MySQL-Datenbanken geht. Nicht ohne Grund: Das Tool ist recht intuitiv, äußerst umfangreich und obendrein kostenlos. Wir haben ...

Fri, 23:00 Update in der Produktdatenbank: Neue Informationen und Testdaten eingepflegt

Fri, 23:00 iOutBank Pro eignet sich für den schnellen Blick auf alle eigenen Konten und deren Verwaltung. Die Software auf Basis des HBCI-Standards ist mit vielen Geldinstituten kompatibel. Alle Daten werden verschlüsselt ...

Fri, 23:00 Mit der App group sms email & template verschicken Sie ganz einfach Kurznachrichten oder E-Mails an vorher definierte Kontaktgruppen. So halten Sie alle Kontakte schnell auf dem laufenden, beispielsweise ...

Fri, 23:00 Mit Rolf Borsts App Funktionsplotter sind Sie auch unterwegs in der Lage, Funktionen grafisch darzustellen. Zusätzlich gibt die App die zugehörigen Wertetabellen aus und definiert die wichtigsten Punkte ...

Fri, 23:00 Update in der Produktdatenbank: Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD bekommt dockbare Tastatur! Auf dem Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona hat Huawei sein erstes 10-Zoll-Tablet mit Vierkern-CPU vorgestellt. Wie ...

Fri, 23:00 Das Tool Find And Replace zielt auf Webadmins, die große Mengen von HTML-Dateien auf einmal mit Regular Expressions bearbeiten möchten. Aber auch viele andere nützliche Funktionen wie eine Vorschaufunktion, ...

Fri, 23:00 Der Revo Uninstaller ist gut zum Deinstallieren von Programmen und zum Aufräumen des Autostart-Ordners geeignet. Mit seinen Erweiterungen lassen sich auch unliebsame Verlaufsspüren dauerhaft löschen. ...

Fri, 23:00 Update in der Produktdatenbank: Das Honour von Huawei verwendet jetzt Android 4.0.3. Huawei vermarktet das Honour international auch unter dem Namen Honor.

Fri, 23:00 Avira hat die neue Version seiner Internet Security Suite vorgestellt. Neben dem Antivirusmodul helfen Ihnen aus dem Paket auch eine Firewall, Schutz vor Phishing, Spam, direkten Angriffen und vielem ...

Fri, 20:03 Die Bundesnetzagentur hat ihren Jahresbericht 2011 vorgestellt. Demnach waren zum Jahresende 2011 hierzulande 27,3 Millionen Breitband-Anschlüsse in Betrieb. Die dominierende Anschlusstechnologie ist ...

Fri, 17:32 Update in der Produktdatenbank: Neue Details über das Fujitsu Stylistic M532. Das 10-Zoll große Tablet basiert auf Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich und arbeitet mit Nvidias Tegra 3 Prozessor. Fujitsu verspricht ...

Fri, 15:00 Update in der Produktdatenbank: Samsung hat sein neues Flagschiff Galaxy S III vorgestellt. Der Androide tritt als iPhone-Killer an und überzeugt mit Superlativen: Android 4.0.4, 4,8" AMOLED mit 1280x720 ...

Fri, 13:03 Damit wir TecChannel noch besser auf Ihre Wünsche abstimmen können, benötigen wir Ihre Hilfe. Machen Sie mit bei unserer Online-Umfrage. Als Dankeschön verlosen wir unter allen Teilnehmern attraktive ...

Fri, 12:20 Microsoft hat für den nächsten Patch-Day am 08. Mai, den kommenden Dienstag, insgesamt sieben Sicherheitsupdates angekündigt. Mit den Patches werden unter anderem kritische Sicherheitslücken in Windows ...

Fri, 11:32 Zur CeBIT 2012 wurde der LTE Router FRITZ!Box 6810 LTE von AVM offiziell vorgestellt. Alle wichtigen LTE-Funkstandards werden unterstützt und auch im W-LAN stellt der Router den Clients die Daten per ...

Fri, 11:31 Wer in seinem Unternehmen Citrix XenApp oder XenDesktop für den ortsunabhängigen Zugriff auf Windows-Applikationen, Remote Desktops und Daten einsetzt, kann nun auch Apples iPad für den Zugang verwenden. ...

Fri, 11:30 Mit TreeSize Free lässt sich die Festplattenbelegung eingehend analysieren. TreeSize Free zeigt den Speicherplatz an, den Dateien und Verzeichnisse belegen. Die Darstellung in unterschiedlichen Einheiten ...

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Fri, 10:33 Nach einem Rückgang im Jahr 2011 legt der Markt für Drucker und Multifunktionsgeräte in diesem Jahr wieder zu. Nach Ansicht des BITKOM werden hierzulande in diesem Jahr voraussichtlich sieben Millionen ...

Fri, 09:40 USB-Sticks haben sich als handliche, mobile Speichermedien etabliert. Für Windows gibt es mit USB Safeguard ein kostenloses Tool, damit bei einem Verlust sensible Inhalte geschützt sind.

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Fri, 07:45 Einmal in der Hektik nicht aufgepasst und schon ist das Smartphone weg - und mit ihm alle persönlichen Daten. Für solche Fälle gibt es Ortungsdienste wie Seek Droid. Ist die App installiert, informiert ...

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