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Dual-boot Android and Windows tablets, PCs face skepticism

Dual-boot PCs and tablets could potentially give users the best of both worlds with Android and Windows OSes. But they won't catch on as there is little use for such systems, analysts said. » zum Artikel

Android infiltrates Computex via tablets, PCs, set-top boxes

New Windows PCs have always been the main attraction at Computex, the annual trade show in Taipei. But notable on the show floor this year is the growing presence of Google's Android OS, which is creeping into more and more tablets, televisions, set-top boxes and even PCs. » zum Artikel

Autos und Wearables stehlen Tablets die Show

CES 2014: Autos und Wearables stehlen Tablets die Show (Foto: IDG News Service)
CES 2014: Vom 7. bis 10. Januar ist die Zocker-Stadt Las Vegas wieder der Mittelpunkt der IT-Welt: Die Messe CES (Consumer Electronics Show) öffnet ihre Tore. » zum Artikel
  • Jürgen Hill

CeBIT-Messestände durchsucht

Produktpiraterie: Bei Ermittlungen im Kampf gegen Produktpiraterie sind auf der CeBIT in Hannover zahlreiche Messestände durchsucht und Computer beschlagnahmt worden. » zum Artikel

Notebooks in deutschen Haushalten weit verbreitet

Statistisches Bundesamt: Notebooks und Tablets gibt es inzwischen in fast zwei Drittel (65 Prozent) der Haushalte in Deutschland. Im Jahr 2003 lag dieser Anteil noch bei 11 Prozent, wie das Statistische Bundesamt am Montag mitteilte. » zum Artikel

Competition increases in Chinese e-commerce market

Mobile e-commerce will be the focus of competition in Chinese e-commerce market in 2014, according to IDC's Top 10 Predictions for Chinese Internet industry. » zum Artikel

BT Sport uses Accenture system to improve live streaming performance

BT Sport has gone to Accenture to improve the performance of its live streaming service. » zum Artikel

California bill proposes mandatory kill-switch on phones and tablets

Politicians and law enforcement officials in California will introduce a bill on Friday that requires all smartphones and tablet PCs sold in the state be equipped with a digital "kill-switch" that would make the devices useless if stolen. » zum Artikel

Toshiba announces new network storage device for consumers

The cloud, it would seem, is passé. All the cool kids are now backing up their devices to--and streaming media from--personal storage devices that are connected to the cloud, but physically located securely at home. Toshiba joined that crowd today, announcing its new Canvio Home Backup & Share network-attached storage device (NAS). » zum Artikel

Scottish Government set to roll out Windows 8 tablets

The Scottish Government plans to roll out Windows 8 tablet PCs to key civil servants in a bid to boost efficiency and improve public services. » zum Artikel

Google Wi-Fi could soon connect again in Mountain View

Residents of Google's hometown could soon be connecting to the Internet again via a free, citywide Wi-Fi network. » zum Artikel

Tablet downsizing trend to quicken in second half of 2013

The shift toward smaller tablets will accelerate in the second half of the year when a slew of tablet makers, including Apple, introduce new models with screens 8-in. or smaller, said Richard Shim, an analyst with DisplaySearch. » zum Artikel

ProSiebenSat.1 startet eigenen Musik-Dienst

Musik-Streaming Ampya: ProSiebenSat.1 startet eigenen Musik-Dienst (Foto: ProsiebenSat1 )
Musik-Streaming Ampya: ProSiebenSat.1 will Spotify mit dem hauseigenen Musik-Dienst Ampya Konkurrenz machen. » zum Artikel
  • Denise Bergert

Toshiba enthüllt drei neue Android-Tablets

Computex: Toshiba enthüllt drei neue Android-Tablets (Foto: Toshiba)
Computex: Toshiba stellt mit dem Excite Pure, dem Excite Pro und dem Excite Write eine neue Tablet-Familie mit Android 4.2 vor. » zum Artikel
  • Denise Bergert

Microsoft and Google aren't happy with mutant Android-Windows hybrids

Microsoft may be comfortable with Windows Phone and Android splitting time on a single phone, but when it comes to PCs, fuhgeddaboutit. Google also isn't too thrilled with the idea of Frankenstein Android-Windows computers, and at least one PC maker may have to dump the hybrid devices from their lineup as a result. » zum Artikel

Developers offered streamlined app development platform for multi-mobile devices

Embarcadero Technologies, the application and database software development supplier, has launched an app development suite for developers who need to create native apps for PCs, tablets and smartphones and get them to market fast. » zum Artikel

Lenovo claims battery life crown with new Yoga tablets

Lenovo is claiming that its new Yoga tablets will offer 18 hours of battery life when browsing the web, which would be the longest when compared to other tablets. » zum Artikel

Twitter doubled revenue, saw deeper losses in Q3

Twitter lost almost as much money in the July-to-September quarter as it did in the first six months of this year, according to a regulatory disclosure made by the company on Tuesday. » zum Artikel

New types of RAM could revolutionize your PC

New chips that blur the line between computer memory and storage are starting to move beyond niche applications and could change how we use PCs, an industry analyst said Sunday. » zum Artikel

Tablets replacing PCs at Australian schools: IDC

The Australian education sector is increasing its spending on tablets and cloud infrastructure as demand for PCs fall, according to analysts at IDC. » zum Artikel

ICT spending to grow in education, but hardware to decline: IDC

According to IDC's 'Australia Education ICT Market 2012-2016 Forecast and Analysis' report, ICT spending in the sector will reach $2708.4 million in 2013, and increase to $2846.3m in 2016 to represent a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.7 per cent for the period. » zum Artikel

Achieving security in the cloud

Few now question the benefits that can be realized from cloud through greater business agility, rapid scalability of services and reduced costs. Security however consistently rates as the major concern for enterprises adopting cloud-based services. » zum Artikel

Heat it, bend it, slam it and the latest gadget glass won't break

Pity the glass on the front of your smartphone. It typically gets subjected to a lot of abuse through its life and sometimes even shatters if the forces are too much. But glass manufacturers are continually pushing the boundaries of what's possible with the material, and some of the latest gadget glass is on show this week by Nippon Electric Glass at the Ceatec 2013 expo. » zum Artikel

Why a leaked Windows 8.1 update and Microsoft's new CEO bode well for PC lovers

As a diehard PC geek and, by extension, a longtime Windows enthusiast, I'm feeling very optimistic for the future of the traditional Windows desktop because of two portentous events that occurred this week: The leak of an early build of the impending Windows 8.1 update 1 and Satya Nadella being appointed the CEO of Microsoft. » zum Artikel

Phablets and wearables to hit prime time in 2014: Deloitte

More than 20 per cent of Australian adults will own a wearable electronic device by August, and phablets are set to outsell tablets, according to the 13th Deloitte Global Technology Media and Telecommunications predictions report. » zum Artikel

Wie sich Otto gegen Amazon & Co. aufstellt

CTO Christoph Möltgen: Wie sich Otto gegen Amazon & Co. aufstellt (Foto: vario images, Otto GmbH & Co. KG)
CTO Christoph Möltgen: In seinem Artikel erklärt Chief Transformation Officer Christoph Möltgen von der Otto Group, wie er Daten aus stationärem Geschäft und "Distanzhandel" kombinieren will. Daraus soll ein Vorteil gegenüber Amazon und den anderen neuen Online-Anbietern entstehen. » zum Artikel

London's Air Ambulance uses 4G to reduce response times

London's Air Ambulance has teamed up with mobile operator EE to develop new systems that will use 4G technology to cut vital minutes off mission times to benefit its patients. » zum Artikel

Why HP's Successful Turnaround Is Closer Than It Looks

Over the last couple of weeks, having met with different Hewlett-Packard divisions and run into several old HP friends, I'm starting to get a sense of where this company is going. As the saying goes, IBM and Cisco, and maybe even Microsoft, should be afraid. Very afraid. » zum Artikel

IT-Berater in der Autoindustrie

Die IT fährt mit: IT-Berater in der Autoindustrie (Foto: Accenture)
Die IT fährt mit: In der Automobilindustrie gibt es für IT-Berater jede Menge Möglichkeiten. Branchenkenntnisse geben dabei oft nicht den Ausschlag. Gefragt ist vielmehr IT-Know-how in nahezu allen Bereichen. » zum Artikel
  • Ingrid Weidner

Gartner gets bullish about Windows' future

Gartner today said Windows will recover from its two-year slump, with total device shipments running the operating system climbing by nearly 10% in 2014 and almost 18% in 2015. » zum Artikel


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Dual-boot PCs and tablets could potentially give users the best of both worlds with Android and Windows OSes. But they won't catch on as there is little use for such systems, analysts said.
Wir haben die wichtigsten Unternehmen im ITK-Markt nach ihren Aussichten für 2014 befragt. Hier antwortet Dirk Thomaere, General Manager, Digital Products & Services Central Europe bei der Toshiba Europe GmbH.
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