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Bokjätten Harvard flyttar till Amazon

Förlaget har dragit ur sladden till alla sina servrar. @2014-11-26 05:31

Evry blir minibanksleverantör i Danmark

Evry och danska it-företaget Bec har inngått ett femårigt avtal om leveranser av system och tjänster för 450 minibanker. @2014-11-26 05:20

HP tappar vinst och omsättning

Både vinst och omsättning minskar för HP, vars pc-division dock håller stånd mot den förutspådda pc-döden. @2014-11-26 05:03

Spiontrojanen Regin känd sedan länge

Trots att flera säkerhetsföretag visste om spiontrojanen Regin valde man att inte flagga för den. Brist på fullständig information sägs vara anledningen. @2014-11-25 16:52

Nvidia boostar Dells servrar

Dell har lanserat en liten servrer som tack vare grafikkomponenter från Nvidia ska kunna prestera hela 7,2 teraflops. @2014-11-25 14:44

Uppsala stoppar outsourcing

Uppsala avbryter sin storskaliga outsourcingupphandling. Det beslutade den nya rödgröna majoriteten i kommunfullmäktige sent igår kväll. @2014-11-25 13:35

Kingston prispressar stora minneskort

Under hösten har det lanserats ett antal minneskort på 256 GB. Sist ut är Kingston som därmed kan sätta prispress på konkurrenterna. @2014-11-25 10:11

Nu kommer bättre skydd för företagsappar

Good Technology har lanserat en ny plattform som ska kontrollera säkerheten i appar som används för affärskritisk verksamhet på företag. @2014-11-25 10:07

Norrbotten vill att regeringen blixtutreder elskatt

Elskatten måste sänkas för datacenter om inte Sverige ska förlora möjligheten till stora etableringar som Facebooks satsning i Luleå. Nu vill Norrbottens landshövding skynda på elskatteutredningen. @2014-11-25 06:06

AMD maxar energieffektiviteten

AMD har presenterat en ny generation processorer som ska ge en skjuts uppåt efter de turbulenta tiderna. @2014-11-24 16:59

Lagtolkning kan bli spiken i kistan för drönardrömmen

Vad är det för likhet mellan övervakningskameror och kameradrönare? Jo, båda är fjärrstyrda och båda måste följa kameraövervakningslagen, anser Datainspektionen i ett inspel som kan stranda kameradrönarna för gott. @2014-11-24 15:02

Apputvecklare oroas över nya momsregler

Vid årsskiftet inför EU nya regler för att stoppa strategisk momsplacering. Något som kan slå hårt mot mindre företag, "Det blir en administrativ börda" säger Johanna Nylander på Dataspelsbranschen. @2014-11-24 13:02

Mest avancerade spiontrojanen hittills avslöjad

Spiontrojanen Regin har i olika versioner varit i bruk ända sedan 2006. Eftersom den endast används för massövervakning vågar säkerhetsföretaget Symantec, som upptäckt den, påstå att den är sponsrad av en nation. @2014-11-24 10:30

Tele 2:s vd: "Jämställdhet gör oss mer lönsamma"

"Jag vill driva ett framgångsrikt bolag och då tror jag att det är bättre att driva det med mångfald och jämställdhet", säger Tele 2:s Sverige-vd Thomas Ekman. Han ser Tele 2:s ökade lönsamhet som ett kvitto på att jämställdhet lönar sig. @2014-11-24 06:02

De anställer med videoapp

Konsultföretaget Essiq använder en mobilapp i rekryteringen. Det som började som en kul grej ute på mässorna har blivit en central del i företagets rekryteringsprocess. @2014-11-23 10:04

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Zotac GeForce GTX 980 AMP! Omega Edition Review: The Big Gun

Zotac's GeForce GTX 980 AMP! Omega edition boasts a large aftermarket cooling solution enabling an aggressive factory overclock. How does the board perform right out of its box? How about after we try to push it even harder? @2014-11-25 09:00

Prolimatech Samuel 17 Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

Prolimatech doesn't include a fan with its Samuel 17 heat sink. It's on you to find your own, and almost any 12cm cooler will do. But at $45 on its own, can the Samuel 17 overcome a lofty price tag with correspondingly impressive performance? @2014-11-24 21:00

Let's Take a Trip Inside Low-Cost Power Bars, Part One

You wouldn't think that one inexpensive power bar could be better than its competition, but we're rounding up several and putting them under a microscope to determine a winner. At the very least, we'll help you avoid the most obvious losers. @2014-11-23 09:00

Planar IX2850 28-Inch Ultra HD Monitor Review: Affordable 4K

Thanks to a new 28-inch TN panel part, inexpensive Ultra HD screens are practically falling out of the sky at this point. Buying one is a great way to increase your desktop's resolution for well under $1000. Today we check out Planar’s IX2850 in our lab. @2014-11-22 09:00

Scythe Kozuti Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

In our continuing coverage of low-profile cooling solutions for mini-ITX builds, we take a look at the Scythe Kozuti and its unconventional design. Does pulling air through heat sink fins facilitate better performance than blowing it through? @2014-11-21 21:00

The Basics Of Building Safe, Reliable And Quiet Power Supplies

What goes into the construction of a modern computer power supply? We already know what the finished products look like, since we test and compare them regularly. Still, our forums are full of unanswered questions. @2014-11-20 09:00

Noctua NH-L9i Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

Today we take a look at Noctua's NH-L9i Mini-ITX air cooler, which promises high-end cooling in a compact design that's under two inches tall. @2014-11-19 21:00

Best Computer Monitors: November 2014

After rigorous testing, we’ve awarded these displays as the best in class for the following segments: gaming, business, professional, touchscreen, jumbo, ultra-wide or ultra HD. @2014-11-18 21:00

Best SSDs For The Money: November 2014

This month brings a long overdue update to our best SSD list. We say goodbye to older 64GB-class models, portable drives and USB keys, cut down our number of picks, and implemented a far more concise article format that focuses on internal SATA SSDs. @2014-11-18 05:00

Best Motherboards: November 2014

Are you having a hard time keeping track of the best motherboards out there? Our resident motherboard expert helps you pick the right platform with this collection of award-winning boards covering today's top AMD and Intel processors. @2014-11-16 20:30

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: November 2014

This month, AMD introduced the A4-7300 APU to retail, accompanied by deep price cuts across the company's processor portfolio. We discuss this, and some Intel price changes, in our November 2014 update. @2014-11-15 18:00

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: November 2014

November brings AMD's 8GB Radeon R9 290X, though the graphics card market's recent price changes have caused a bigger impact. Read how the disruptive GeForce GTX 970 and 980 continue to change the landscape in this month's update. @2014-11-14 09:00

Apple iPhone 6 And iPhone 6 Plus Review

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are bigger and better than ever, but are they a worthy upgrade for existing iPhone users? What if you previously passed over the iPhone because of its small screen, does it now merit a second look? @2014-11-13 11:00

The Math Behind GPU Power Consumption And PSUs

Garbage in, garbage out. That's what you get if you don't spend enough time planning and testing your benchmarking methodologies. It's easy to fall victim to this golden rule, since proper preparation requires a lot of effort. We put in the time for you. @2014-11-12 10:00

The Myths Of Graphics Card Performance: Debunked, Part 2

We've already covered the basics of graphics memory, noise-adjusted performance, input lag and the impact of v-sync. Now we're moving on to PCI Express, displays, vendor-specific technologies and value for your dollar. Join us for another technical talk. @2014-11-11 09:00

Engadget

HBO teams up with Tencent to sell its TV shows in China

China's strained relationship with the concept of intellectual property is one of the reasons that you can buy a local copy of a Range Rover Evoque for a third of the price. That's one of the reasons why western businesses are wary about selling thei... @2014-11-26 05:28

Pew Research: You know the internet, but you might not 'get' it

Given how ubiquitous smart devices are, one might think that, overall, people would have a pretty comprehensive knowledge of tech. That isn't exactly the case. According to a recent Pew Research survey, 60 percent of the representative sample knew th... @2014-11-26 03:58

BlackBerry offers up to $550 if you ditch your iPhone for a Passport

If the industry based its grades solely on effort, there's no doubt BlackBerry would be among the first top spots. Now, whether or not those efforts are actually effective, well, that's a completely different story. Since its notable decline, the Can... @2014-11-26 02:55

Firefox will let you search specific websites with one click

Mozilla isn't just rethinking its choice of default search engines in Firefox; it's overhauling the search bar itself. An upcoming version of the web browser will let you search a specific site with one click. If you want to find an ancient Twitter u... @2014-11-26 02:12

Engadget Daily: Yoga 3 Pro, the 'day one patch,' and more!

If you bought Halo: The Master Chief Collection, then you're probably still waiting for online multiplayer to be un-broken. Welcome to the age of the "day one patch." That's not all we have on deck, though -- read on for Engadget's news highlights fr... @2014-11-26 01:28

NASA is 3D printing objects in space

At long last, 3D printing has conquered its final frontier: space. NASA has successfully printed its first 3D object aboard the International Space Station. It's just a tiny faceplate that identifies the printer maker (Made In Space), but it's both a... @2014-11-26 00:53

Neither Spotify nor musicians are making much money from streaming

Spotify may be a big name when it comes to music streaming, but the company is hardly rolling in the dough. The private company disclosed today that it took in 747 million euros (around $1.03 billion at the time) in 2013, up about 74 percent from 201... @2014-11-26 00:14

TuneIn brings over 100,000 radio stations to your Chromecast

Today is a great day to be a Chromecast owner. Joining Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, Sesame Street Go and others, TuneIn is now also making its mobile apps compatible with Google's budget-friendly streaming dongle. Now that TuneIn has added support fo... @2014-11-25 23:39

The Big Picture: cooling molten metal in space

Ever wonder what hot metal would be like if it weren't bound by containers, liquids... or even gravity? You're looking at it. The European Space Agency has developed an electromagnetic levitator that the International Space Station is using to see ho... @2014-11-25 23:14

Sony to refund some customers after misleading PS Vita ads

According to the Federal Trade Commission, Sony deceived consumers by falsely advertising the PlayStation Vita's "game-changing" features when the console launched in the US. And, perhaps in an effort to stay out of court, the electronics company has... @2014-11-25 22:37

Sound off: Show us your used and abused phones!

That sad, broken handset is what one friend had to use while waiting for his new one to arrive. We know that you too, have felt his pain and are bound to have some similar photos floating around. Whether your phone was dropped into a pool of hydroflu... @2014-11-25 22:00

Vine now lets you know when your favorite users post clips

If you're a Vine aficionado, you probably have a short list of people whose six-second videos you want to see right away -- you may want to marvel at a Zach King illusion or scratch your head at one of Will Sasso's lemon clips, for instance. Well, yo... @2014-11-25 21:32

Dropbox's Carousel will offer to delete local photos you've backed up

The photo backup features in mobile apps like Dropbox's Carousel and Google+ are there partly to take the load off of your phone -- you don't have to keep every shot close at hand. Wouldn't it be nice if the software got rid of local images when they... @2014-11-25 21:03

Comcast wants customers to track and rate its technicians

When it comes to offering great customer service, Comcast's reputation on the matter is far from being healthy. Every now and then, the company gets put on the map for making its subscribers go through rather tedious experiences -- to get an idea, ju... @2014-11-25 20:27

Amazon now connects you with local contractors

Looks as if the list of things that Amazon doesn't sell just got that little bit shorter after the company started connecting people with local contractors. Customers in a handful of trial cities, including NYC and Seattle, can now use an Angie's Lis... @2014-11-25 19:58

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