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The erotic industry wants to use technical progress to revolutionize our love life. Don’t worry: This artificial bedfellow at a price of 2,000 Euros or more will never drown your whiskey supplies.
Pay more for the same shoes just because you order from Germany? The EU has now banned that. But not for everything. Here you can check when the new regulation really brings you something. Anyone who buys something on holiday in France pays no more or less than anyone who lives in France.
Advertising tracking is possible without violating the privacy of the user, argues the iPhone group – and proposes a new web standard. According to media reports, Apple wants to adopt the design of the current top model X for all price classes of the next iPhone generation.
A computer virus is a program code that attaches itself to a host file and multiplies itself. It changes the functions of the infected computer. Usually it is programmed as malware and executes harmful functions or manipulates the computer and its data.
The city Starnberg unlocks hotspots at Kirchplatz and four other locations. A first test shows: Access is easy and the connection fast. After the decision was taken at the end of 2015 to make Wlan available to the citizens and visitors of Starnberg at public places, it was finally time on Tuesday: Mayor Eva John officially […]
CRM definition CRM is the abbreviation of the English Customer Relationship Management. By aligning internal business processes and using special software (CRM systems), the acquisition of new customers and the maintenance of existing customers are to be driven forward. It is therefore a matter of systematically building up customer relationships and maintaining them in the […]
The term „cloud“ was already established in the 1950s – long before the cloud as we know it today. Today, „storing something in the cloud“ means storing it online on an external server. A cloud service is therefore nothing more than an Internet service with which data can be stored.
The Usenet is a globally accessible network that exists parallel to the World Wide Web (WWW). While this was only established in 1989, the Usenet has existed since 1979. It uses an architecture that can best be compared to that of a forum.