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c’t issue 08/19 - issue of Mar 30, 2019
Space close Mar 12, 2019
Mean and cheap: Hacking gadgets
Spying, sabotaging, manipulating: Complex attacks on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, USB & Co. are child's play with hacking gadgets. So they are popular with both good and bad hackers and are available to everyone via the Internet. c't has let the most dangerous equipment in the lab off the leash.
Small servers with Xeon E-2100
Whether from HPE, Lenovo, Supermicro or the local middle class: Finally servers are available for small groups with Intel's new Xeon generation. We examine a cross-section of the new models and their special features such as remote maintenance functions or support for VMware ESXi.
Language Learning Apps
Use the coming months to refresh your language skills before you go on holiday! You can learn English, Spanish or French on the train, in the waiting room and in bed. Some apps only train vocabulary and common phrases, others get a complete language course on your mobile phone.
Five Smart-Home Centres under Test
What do Philips Hue, the Netatmo weather station and a Fibaro socket have in common? No common radio standard, anyway. Smart-Home boxes, which know several protocols, combine the most diverse components into a single intelligent system.
Take off with 5G
The 5G net is in the starting blocks. We report on what the new technology will bring to industry and mobile phone users and whether it is worth waiting for them to buy a smartphone. We also clarify whether 5G increases radiation exposure because it requires more base stations than UMTS and LTE.
c’t issue 09/19 - issue of Apr 13, 2019
Space close Mar 26, 2019
Hardware prices are falling. Thanks to that you can now buy an off-the-shelf PC with a quad core CPU, solid state disk and Windows 10 pre-installed starting at 400 Euros. We check out you if they can handle more than plain office tasks.
They are smart, they look nice and they save energy: intelligent lighting systems give your home a whole new look and are really easy to manage. They also increase your home's security.
From Windows 7 to Linux
In 2020 Microsoft will stop patching Windows 7. If you feel uncomfortable with Windows 10, you should give Linux Mint a chance. Without any risks you can try it out to see if your hardware is fully supported. And if you like what you see you simpley install it beside Windows 7 and move your data to the new system at your own pace.
Programming for Google Assitant
Skills for Alexa and actions for Google Assistant should guide users by a lively dialog that gets to the point quickly. We explain how to achieve this and show you how to develop a complete action for Google Assistant.
Nowadays almost everybody uses apps that help you find friends or a date. The differences in functionality are already huge. The discrepancies between promise and reality regarding the protection of your privacy can be even bigger.
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