Artikel zum Thema "Touch" bei CIO.de

LG's Lifeband Touch is a flexible fitness tracker with a touch-sensitive display

LG debuted a new flexible connected device that wraps around the wrist and boasts a touch OLED panel, but it's not a smartwatch. » zum Artikel

Ed Tech aims to keep NZ in touch with $86 billion industry

Wellington is gearing up to play host to New Zealand and international education technology sector experts at the Ed Tech for Export 2014 (eT4e) conference, which will take place on June 19th and 20th this year. » zum Artikel

Microsoft digs into 'natural interaction' technologies for touch-first Office

As it works on its much-anticipated version of Office for touch interfaces, Microsoft envisions building on what it calls "natural interaction" technologies like digital ink and voice recognition, according to a company official. » zum Artikel

New iOS flaw allows malicious apps to record touch screen presses

Security researchers identified a vulnerability in iOS that allows apps to record all touch screen and button presses while running in the background on non-jailbroken devices. » zum Artikel

Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch: A lightweight contender

In the battle for the sleekest and most powerful slim laptop, Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch Ultrabook is a real contender. I spent a week with one and found it to be a performance powerhouse that gave me a full day on a charge and is chock-full of technological goodies. » zum Artikel

Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600: Touch-free scanner won't damage source material

The Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 overhead scanner is must-see technology. Priced at $800, it's too expensive for most users, but the way it scans objects placed in front of it with nothing more than a bar of light is simply cool to watch. » zum Artikel

Obama touches on NSA reform in State of the Union address

U.S. President Barack Obama repeated his call to reform intelligence surveillance programs, saying U.S. intelligence agencies need the trust of people inside and outside the country, during his State of the Union speech Tuesday night. » zum Artikel

Troubleshoot Apple's Touch ID fingerprint reader

There's been a lot of talk about Touch ID troubles in the news lately. Ars Technica's Christina Bonnington wrote an excellent explainer about the iPhone 5s's sensor itself, along with some typical issues users might run into over time, while engineer and pundit Dr. Drang wonders if your recorded fingerprint data might decay after a few months of misreads, given that the Touch ID sensor is continually ... » zum Artikel

Consumers buy touch notebooks for design, not for Windows 8

Touch-ready notebook PCs will account for about 11% of all laptops shipped this year, an improvement over 2012 when customers had few choices if they wanted to smudge screens, a market research analyst said today. » zum Artikel

Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse T631: Slim, gesture-enabled mouse is great for travel

The trackpad on Apple's MacBook models is pretty great, but trackpads aren't ideal when it comes to ergonomics--a separate mouse or trackpad, off to the side, is better for your fingers, hands, and wrists. So except for those times when I'm actually using my laptop on my lap--and, thus, don't have a flat surface to host a mouse or Magic Trackpad--I always have an external pointing device handy. » zum Artikel

Microsoft's big test: Deciding what stays, what goes in touch-based Office

What Microsoft puts in its upcoming touch-based Office suite will be a huge test for the company, analysts said yesterday. » zum Artikel

Citrix's XenMobile 8.6 to offer one-touch entry into mobile GoToMeeting

Citrix today announced the latest version of its XenMobile v8.6 enterprise mobility management platform, which allows users to enter GoToMeetings by simply clicking on a calendar alert. » zum Artikel

Google's putting the finishing touches on a Google Now smartwatch, says WSJ

Lucky technophiles who get in on the next production round of Google Glass may soon be able to pick up a Googley wristwatch to go with it. A new report says Google is very close to producing its own Android-based smartwatch, following Samsung's roll out of the Galaxy Gear earlier in October. And unlike Samsung's multipurpose wrist rider, Google's watch will reportedly center around delivering Google ... » zum Artikel

Ballmer verspricht Office für das iPad

Powerpoint Touch: Der scheidende Microsoft-CEO Steve Ballmer hat auf einer von Gartner veranstalteten Konferenz in Florida eine Office-Version für das iPad in Aussicht gestellt. » zum Artikel
  • Peter Müller

Security automation research – with a human touch – could net nearly $50M grant

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and Army Research Laboratory will join forces with those from a handful of universities in an effort to better automate cybersecurity decisions. The five-year project has attracted $23.2 million in funding from CMU's CyLab, and could be extended to $48.2 million over 10 years. » zum Artikel

Ballmer promises Office on iPad after touch-first apps hit Windows

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer today said that a touch-specific version of Office will, at some point, reach the iPad. » zum Artikel

Das Business Smartphone fürs Grobe

Motorola Touch-Computer TC55: Das Business Smartphone fürs Grobe (Foto: Motorola)
Motorola Touch-Computer TC55: Im Zuge von ByoD und Consumerisation dringen immer stärker primär auch für Privatkunden konzipierte Smartphones – teils mit, teils ohne Schutzhülle - in Enterprise-Bereiche vor, für die sie eigentlich nicht gedacht und passend ausgestattet sind. Platzhirsch Motorola Solutions will Unternehmen hier mit dem Android-basierenden "Touch-Computer" TC55 eine robuste und leistungsfähige Alternative bieten. ... » zum Artikel
  • Manfred Bremmer
    Manfred Bremmer
    Manfred Bremmer beschäftigt sich mit (fast) allem, was in die Bereiche Mobile Computing und Communications hineinfällt. Bevorzugt nimmt er dabei mobile Lösungen, Betriebssysteme, Apps und Endgeräte unter die Lupe und überprüft sie auf ihre Business-Tauglichkeit. Bremmer interessiert sich für Gadgets aller Art und testet diese auch.

iPad 5, iPad mini 2 rumours: Video hints at Touch ID sensor, 8MP camera, no Retina mini this year

With rumours that Apple is planning to unveil its iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 on 15 October, speculation about what the new iPads could look like, and what they'll feature, has been rife. » zum Artikel

Sharp gives health check-ups a futuristic touch

Putting a futuristic spin on the basic elements of a health check-up, Japan's Sharp has developed a sort of healthcare pod that allows people to look cool while their vital signs are measured. » zum Artikel

DoCoMo shows 'touch display' for computer glasses

Head-mounted computers like Google Glass are a useful way to view content and interact with the world on the move, but one drawback is the lack of a physical interface on which the user can click, drag or navigate content. » zum Artikel

Touch and type: 3 keyboard covers for the iPad Mini

There's an old adage about software projects that says you can optimize for only two out of three factors: quality, speed and cost. Portable keyboards seem to have a similar restriction, generally scoring well in, at most, two out of three features: mobility (a form factor and weight that's easy to tote around), function (keys that have a nice feel) and ergonomics (a design that's not cramped and ... » zum Artikel

Chromebooks, Windows touch laptops offer lifeline to PC makers

PC sales may continue to shrink, but hardware makers can point to a couple of bright spots--Chromebooks and touch-based Windows laptops. » zum Artikel

Hackers bypass iPhone 5s Touch ID fingerprint sensor using "easy everyday means"

Hackers in Germany claim to have already managed to bypass Apple's new Touch ID fingerprint sensor technology found in the iPhone 5s. » zum Artikel

How to use Touch ID on the iPhone 5s (and when it won't work)

If you picked up a new iPhone 5s this weekend or are awaiting one in the mail, you're probably aware of Apple's new Touch ID feature, which is built into the iPhone 5s's Home button. In case you haven't yet set it up, however, here's a primer on how to do so (and when you'll have to fall back to your passcode). » zum Artikel

Apple's Touch ID may not be bulletproof, but it's still useful

As you've probably heard by now, Apple's Touch ID--the technology behind the iPhone 5s's new fingerprint scanner--was circumvented over the weekend by a group of German security researchers. With little more than the kind of supplies you'd find in the home of your average computer enthusiast, the hackers claim to have fooled the sensor on their brand-new handsets into accepting a fake fingerprint ... » zum Artikel

Schwachstelle in iOS 7 und Touch ID

Probleme mit neuem Apple-Betriebssystem: Schwachstelle in iOS 7 und Touch ID (Foto: Apple)
Probleme mit neuem Apple-Betriebssystem: Kurz nach dem Start von iOS 7 und dem iPhone 5S gibt es zwei kritische Sicherheitszwischenfälle: Nicht nur lässt sich die Sperre des iPhone leicht aushebeln, auch der Touch-ID-Leser ist scheinbar überlistet. » zum Artikel

German hackers say old technique can bypass Apple's Touch ID

Apple's Touch ID authentication system can be defeated using a well-honed technique for creating a latex copy of someone's fingerprint, according to a German hacking group. » zum Artikel

iPhone TouchID fingerprint biometrics broken by German hacker club

The German hacking group Chaos Computer Club says its biometrics hacking team has discovered how to bypass the biometric security of Apple's TouchID fingerprint authentication through a simple method based on a rubbery duplicate of a fingerprint the group devised. » zum Artikel

Kenneth van Wyk: High hopes for iPhone's Touch ID

Much has been written already about the new iPhones and the iOS 7 operating system. Some people are underwhelmed by the OS ("Apple is just stealing ideas from Android now!") and disappointed by the iPhone 5C ("Apple still isn't making cheap phones!"). For us security geeks, though, the big news is in the iPhone 5S's fingerprint scanner. It has also drawn its share of negative reactions, with privacy ... » zum Artikel

HP Envy TouchSmart 15t: When gaming is a priority, but cash flow is tight

HP's Envy TouchSmart 15t would be a much better computer if it were equipped with a solid-state drive. With a price tag of $950, however, it delivers so much bang for the buck that I'm willing to cut it some slack. It's equipped with a quad-core Intel Core i7-4700MQ CPU and 8GB of DDR3/1600 memory, plus a discrete Nvidia GeForce GT 740M graphics processor with a dedicated 2GB frame buffer. » zum Artikel


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LG debuted a new flexible connected device that wraps around the wrist and boasts a touch OLED panel, but it's not a smartwatch.
Wellington is gearing up to play host to New Zealand and international education technology sector experts at the Ed Tech for Export 2014 (eT4e) conference, which will take place on June 19th and 20th this year.
As it works on its much-anticipated version of Office for touch interfaces, Microsoft envisions building on what it calls "natural interaction" technologies like digital ink and voice recognition, according to a company official.