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Apple erweitert Classroom-App für iPad um integrierte Schulverwaltung

MacTechNews.de - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 17:16
Apple hat für die seit einem Jahr erhältliche Classroom-App ein Update auf Version 2.0 veröffentlicht (zur App: ). Mit der neuen Version wurden die Möglichkeiten der Verwaltung ausgebaut, sodass Schulen nicht mehr zwingend eine separate IT-Administration benötigen. Stattdessen finden sich nun innerhalb der App, die man einfach so aus dem App Store laden kann, bereits wichtige Funktionen zur Ver...
Categories: Apple Mac

Künstlicher Reproduktionstrakt "Evatar": Zyklus in der Zellkultur

Spiegel Online - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 17:06
Forscher haben den weiblichen Zyklus im Labor nachgebildet und auch eine Schwangerschaft simuliert. Die Technik soll helfen, Medikamente für Frauen individuell zu testen.

In eigener Sache: Was Sie tun können, wenn die SPIEGEL-ONLINE-App hakt

Spiegel Online - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 17:05
Website und App von SPIEGEL ONLINE waren am Vormittag nicht erreichbar. Bei manchen iPhone-Nutzern kommt es noch immer zu Störungen. Was Betroffene jetzt tun können.

Germanwings-Unglück: US-Gericht weist Klage von Hinterbliebenen ab

Spiegel Online - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 17:00
Die Hinterbliebenen von 80 Opfern des Germanwings-Unglücks wollen die Flugschule haftbar machen, an der der Co-Pilot ausgebildet wurden. Ein US-Gericht wies eine entsprechende Klage jedoch zunächst zurück.

Anschlag von Berlin: De Maizière kritisiert Umgang mit Amri

Spiegel Online - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 17:00
Handelten die Behörden im Fall des Weihnachtsmarktattentäters richtig? Innenminister de Maizière sieht kein schuldhaftes Fehlverhalten - kritisiert aber, dass Amri nicht in Abschiebehaft genommen wurde.

E-Autofirma: Chinesen kaufen sich bei Tesla ein

Spiegel Online - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:58
Tesla braucht zum Start seines ersten massentauglichen Autos Model 3 frisches Geld. Nun springt ihm der chinesische Internetkonzern Tencent bei - und sichert sich einen Anteil am E-Autopionier.

Clip Angel is a versatile clipboard manager

Beta News - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:53
Clip Angel is a capable Windows clipboard manager which comes packed with interesting tools and features. The program looks much like any clipboard manager. Leave Clip Angel visible while you copy items to the clipboard and you’ll see them added to its history. There’s more happening in the background than you’ll immediately see. The program supports multiple formats -- text, HTML, RTF, files, images -- and maintains details about where these clipboard items came from. For example, if you copy some text from a web page, Clip Angel saves and displays the source URL as well. That’s a very handy… [Continue Reading]
Categories: IT news

Ex-broadband biz 186k hit by major outage

The Register - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:49
You mean they still have some customers left?

Long-suffering customers of troubled hosting provider 186k are unable to access the firm's hosting and email services in what appears to be a major outage.…

Expansionskurs: Bertelsmann investiert Milliarden im Ausland

Spiegel Online - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:44
Einen kräftigen Gewinnschub im Rücken, plant der Medienkonzern Bertelsmann die internationale Expansion. In Ländern wie Brasilien, China und den USA will Konzernchef Thomas Rabe zukaufen.

Microsoft brings Mighty Morphin Power Rangers to Minecraft on Windows 10, pocket, and console

Beta News - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:43
Microsoft's Minecraft isn't just a video game -- it is a phenomenon. What was once a PC-only affair is now available on mobile devices and game consoles too. It is wildly popular for entertainment purposes, but it is also being leveraged for education as well. Today, Microsoft announces a new skin pack for Minecraft, based on another wildly popular phenomenon -- Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Why is Microsoft releasing skins based on a 1990's television show in 2017? Because a new movie based on the franchise is in theaters now. "Mighty Morphing (sic) Power Rangers? How about... Miney Morphing Power Rangers? Hmmm, maybe… [Continue Reading]
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Yi 4K+ action camera goes on sale with 4K 60FPS video and $300 price tag

Beta News - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:40
Yi Technology unveiled the Yi 4K+ action camera at CES 2017 earlier this year, but the GoPro Hero5 Black rival is only now going on sale. Its claim to fame? The Yi 4K+ is the first action camera to offer 4K video recording at 60FPS. The Yi 4K+ clearly outclasses GoPro's Hero5 Black in this regard, as the latter is only capable of 4K video recording at 30FPS. For users who want to shoot sports or fast-moving objects, the extra frames can make a huge difference in terms of smoothness. The new Yi Technology action camera is based on the… [Continue Reading]
Categories: IT news

A Lawsuit Over Costco Golf Balls Shows Why We Can't Have Nice Things For Cheap

Slashdot.org - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:40
Ephrat Livni, writing for Quartz: Unless you're a golfer, you probably don't think about golf balls. But a new US lawsuit about these little-dimpled spheres has an economics lesson for all shoppers, showing why consumers have cause for concern when companies use court for sport. Costco, the wholesale membership club, rocked the golf world in 2016 when it started selling its Kirkland Signature (KS) golf balls at about $15 per dozen, a quarter to a third the price of popular top-ranked balls. Industry insiders called it a "miracle golf ball" for its great performance and low cost, and Costco sold out immediately. It's planning to release more in April. In response to the bargain ball's reception, however, Acushnet -- which makes the popular Titleist balls -- sent the membership club a threatening letter. It accused Costco of infringing on 11 patents and engaging in false advertising for claiming that KS balls meet or exceed the quality standards of leading national brands.

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EE scrap connection fee... to hike broadband and telly packages

The Register - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:34
Due to investment in content, it reckons

Mobile operator EE has confirmed it will be hiking the prices of new customer contracts on its broadband and TV packages.…

Outdated programs main cause for security incidents

Beta News - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:32
Did you update Flash on your PC? How about Java? According to cybersecurity firm Avast, you probably didn't -- and that's the number one cause of cybersecurity incidents. Avast just released a new report, entitled Avast PC Trends Report January 2017, which is based on insights from the company’s AVG TuneUp product, and says that more than half (52 percent) of the most popular PC applications have outdated installations on consumers' devices. That way, Avast claims, people are exposing their data to cybercriminals, as their machines become vulnerable to malware and ransomware. Drawing intel from 116 million Windows machines worldwide, here are… [Continue Reading]
Categories: IT news

Urbanears launches Connected Speakers with built-in support for Apple AirPlay

AppleInsider - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:14

Though new AirPlay accessories are seemingly few and far between these days, Urbanears on Tuesday announced a lineup of standalone speakers that support Apple's Wi-Fi-based music streaming protocol.
Categories: Apple Mac, Computer

Non-malware attacks pose greater risk to business

Beta News - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:04
Non-malware attacks pose more of a business risk than commodity malware attacks according to 93 percent of cybersecurity researchers. The study by endpoint security company Carbon Black interviewed more than 400 cyber security researchers and finds that 64 percent say they’ve seen an increase in non-malware attacks, such as remote logins and in-memory attacks, since the beginning of 2016. Attitudes to artificial intelligence and machine learning are also explored in the survey. AI is considered by most cybersecurity researchers to be in its nascent stages and not yet able to replace human decision making in cybersecurity. 87 percent of the… [Continue Reading]
Categories: IT news

Oracle doing due diligence on Accenture. Yep, you read that right

The Register - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:03
Big Red hires consultancies to eye up consultancy

Exclusive Oracle has hired global specialists to explore the feasibility of buying multi-billion dollar consultancy Accenture, sources have told us.…

'Brainstorming Doesn't Work'

Slashdot.org - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 16:00
People aren't necessarily more creative in groups than alone, or vice versa, according to numerous studies. An anonymous reader shares an article: In fact, creativity needs both conditions; our performance peaks when we alternate -- first working alone, then coming together to share our ideas, then going off by ourselves again to mull over what we heard. It's a process. This is because our brains' creative engines are fueled both by quiet mind-wandering, allowing novel and unexpected connections to form, and by encountering new information, which often comes from other people. The typical brainstorm over-delivers on the latter and under-delivers on the former, which means that for lots of people, brainstorming is an utter nightmare. Introverts just feel alienated, and extroverts aren't pushed to reflect more deeply on the ideas they've batted around amongst themselves.

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How to manage your Apple ID, iCloud, iPhone backups & more in iOS 10.3

AppleInsider - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 15:50

One of the smaller but still significant changes in Monday's iOS 10.3 update is easier, centralized access to all the info related to an Apple ID account, directly from the top of the Settings menu. Here's how to take advantage of it.
Categories: Apple Mac, Computer

Verkleidet auf der Buchmesse: Auch nackte Hasen sind politisch

Spiegel Online - Tue, 03/28/2017 - 15:50
Wo beginnt Politik, wo hört der Spaß auf? Muss die heilige Ernsthaftigkeit einer Buchmesse vor verkleideten Teenagern geschützt werden? Nein, muss sie nicht.
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