Good smartphones don’t cost a fortune
29. April 2021

For many people the smartphone has become the most important device in everyday life and hardly anyone can imagine doing without it. The main reason for this is the versatility of modern smartphones, as they combine daily communication, entertainment and education in a small, practical package. The digital association Bitkom predicts that the number of more

Intelligent networking and the smart home
15. April 2021

Connected TV sets, voice assistants and devices in the smart home – intelligent networking, as the Internet of Things is also called, is now a part of consumers’ everyday life. Seven out of ten consumers already use an IoT device, according to the recent study “Faktencheck Consumer IoT” (“Consumer IoT Fact Check”) by Deloitte and more

The error in the matrix – the employee as a security risk
5. April 2021

This post on “Employee as a security risk” was published on LinkedIn on 20 January by Raphael Dörr. The post can be viewed, liked and shared at this link. The fact that there is always a gap in the system was also demonstrated again recently by the hacker attack on the University Hospital of Düsseldorf: more

Are you still making calls or already streaming?
9. March 2021

Calling or streaming: 94 percent of Germans – 78.81 million people – now use the World Wide Web. Looking at the number, that presumably means just about everyone apart from babies, kids below five and the elderly above the age of 90. And the average German spends five hours and 26 minutes a day online more

The best apps for selling clothes by smartphone
4. March 2021

In the second part of our blog post on the subject of “selling clothes by app and smartphone,” we take a look at the trendiest apps for that and at well-known conventional channels. Flea market and classified ad apps are a convenient way of selling used clothes locally and without hassle – anytime, anywhere. You more

The top tips and trends for selling clothes by app and smartphone
2. March 2021

Germans like mobile shopping – and the smartphone is growing in importance as a shopping portal among just about all age groups. The items most frequently purchased are clothing and shoes (63 percent), according to a study. But what about selling clothes, books or CDs by smartphone? Our blog post looks at the subject of more

Spring cleaning for your smartphone: Tidying up using the KonMari Method
25. February 2021

The second part of our blog article “Spring cleaning for your smartphone” shows you how to rid your smartphone of unnecessary ballast, really declutter it and get it in shape for the spring. The Japanese bestselling author Marie Kondo has managed to transform a tiresome everyday chore into an act of spiritual self-liberation. She is more

Spring cleaning for your smartphone
19. February 2021

It never hurts to give your smartphone a thorough spring cleaning: both on the outside – to remove dirt, bacteria and possible viruses – and on the inside to get rid of the data garbage that has accumulated and get the device into shape for the spring. A two-part blog article explains how best to more

World record: Mobile phone users spend 125 billion euros in app stores worldwide for the first time in 2020
12. February 2021

Finance Minister Olaf Scholz (SPD) will have to take on far more debt in 2021 than previously planned, the Spiegel reported in its November edition last year. “According to Spiegel information, experts from his ministry and budget experts from the government factions expect the federal government to take out up to 125 billion euros in more

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