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Technológia | 2021.02.16 12:00

Dr. Frey Sándor csillagásztól megtudtuk, mitől van ekkora forgalom két hét alatt a Marson az elmúlt 47 évből.

Erőszakmentes internetet a gyerekeknek!

Biztonság | 2016.06.30 11:15

Gyerekek biztonságos internetezésének érdekében hívta életre az Európai Unió a Safer Internet Program (SÍP) nevű kezdeményezést. Ennek hazai konzorciuma ma adta közre 2015-ös eredményeit.

Láss többet, lépj azonnal

Üzlet | 2015.11.20 12:00

A digitalizáció lényegét sűrítette e mondatba Urban Hopen, az itelligence AG kelet-európai és kínai piacért felelő vezetője a magyar leányvállalat éves konferenciáján, Budapesten.

Experts hope for another failure in next Anonymous attack

IDG News | 2013.05.05 23:55

Twist in the planned U.S. attack is to target small banks.

Samsung profits soar on phones, tablets; high hopes for Galaxy S4

IDG News | 2013.04.26 07:20

The Korean electronics behemoth said profits increased 42 percent in the first quarter from a year ago.

1 million Surface RT tablets sold in last quarter, UBS says

IDG News | 2013.01.15 11:15

Improves sales hoped for Surface Pro tablet shipping later this month.

ITC confirms investigation of Samsung at Ericsson's request

IDG News | 2013.01.04 09:45

Ericsson hopes to prevent some of Samsung's products being imported to the U.S. because of alleged patent violations.

National lab boosts U.S. supercomputing power with 20-petaflop Titan

IDG News | 2012.10.29 23:08

The U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory on Monday completed the deployment of a 20-petaflop supercomputer called Titan, which the lab hopes will give the U.S. an edge over China and Japan in the race to build the world's fastest computers.

AMD says more Windows 8 tablets with its chips coming

IDG News | 2012.10.25 16:53

Advanced Micro Devices hopes to brush off a slow start to compete against ARM and Intel in the Windows 8 tablet market through new customer announcements and future chips.

ICANN to replace Digital Archery program with gTLD domain raffle

IDG News | 2012.10.12 18:30

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has proposed holding an old-fashioned raffle to determine which applications for new top-level domains should be handled first. To make the lottery legal, the organization hopes to use a loophole in Californian law.

Microsoft will take $6 billion write-down for online services division

IDG News | 2012.07.03 07:33

Microsoft said its acquisition of aQuantive hasn't accelerated growth as much as it hoped.

Facebook hacker comes clean on 'what really happened'

IDG News | 2012.04.26 07:42

Glenn Mangham of York, England, said he meant no harm and hoped Facebook would let him off the hook.

Yahoo layoffs would indicate company direction

IDG News | 2012.03.06 07:40

Affected departments would hint at where CEO Scott Thompson hopes to take the struggling company.

Oracle offers to drop patent charges against Google, to speed trial

IDG News | 2012.01.18 07:53

Oracle may be sacrificing the patent charges in hopes of getting an injunction soon.

AMD hopes to take down Intel's ultrabooks on price

IDG News | 2012.01.12 07:16

Thin-and-light laptops based on the company's upcoming Trinity chips could start at US$500.

Despite Checkout's modest success, Google doesn't give up on online payments

IDG News | 2011.12.15 07:26

By merging Checkout and Wallet, Google hopes to have a comprehensive wallet application that works across channels.

Facebook to enrich mobile with HTML5

IDG News | 2011.09.28 09:30

Facebook hopes to match all features of its website on mobile platforms.

Google offered to split mobile revenue with Sun, papers show

IDG News | 2011.09.08 07:35

Google hoped that Sun would partner with it to bring Android to market, according to court documents.

Intel gives Ultrabooks a $300M investment boost

IDG News | 2011.08.11 09:01

Intel hopes to rejuvenate interest in the PC market with Ultrabooks, which will bridge the gap between tablets and PCs.

IBM brings high-performance computing to the cloud

IDG News | 2011.06.09 09:36

IBM hopes to help companies more efficiently use their high-performance computing resources with new software that links separate pools of resources into a single private cloud.

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