Computer sweden

Skyller incidenter på skit bakom spakarna

De flesta säkerhetsincidenter som drabbar it-system beror på klantiga användare - inte buggar. Det slår HP fast i en rapport. @2014-04-25 05:38

Putin: "Internet är ett CIA-projekt"

Rysslands president försvarar hårdare tag på nätet. @2014-04-24 17:30

Finsk fitness för Facebook

Köper finska träningsappen Moves. @2014-04-24 16:46

Heartbleed får it-jättarna att öppna plånböckerna

Ska vara beredda att stödja teamet bakom säkerhetspaketet Openssl finansiellt. @2014-04-24 16:04

"Vad gick snett för Wywallet?"

Wywallet slog aldrig igenom i Sverige, mycket på grund av kravet på registrering. I Danmark ser det annorlunda ut. @2014-04-24 14:53

Nya regler för nätneutralitet föreslås

Amerikanska FCC föreslår rätt att sälja gräddfil  @2014-04-24 13:23

"Apple-rapport visar pyspunka på plattor"

Apples kvartalsrapport visar att surfplattan hotas av samma öde som pc:n, skriver Computer Swedens reporter Jonas Ryberg. @2014-04-24 12:58

Dubbelfel skyddar mot Heartbleedbugg

Vanligt utvecklarsmisstag räddar androidappar från intrång.   @2014-04-24 12:56

Säpo vill köra trojaner för att spana på misstänkta

Vill få möjlighet att använda spiontrojaner som kan följa vad en misstänkt person gör på sin dator. @2014-04-24 10:53

IBM hårdsatsar - ska klå Intel på servrar

Företaget lanserar flera servrar som bygger på Power 8-processorn. Kalaset kostade tre år och 15 miljarder kronor. @2014-04-24 10:48

Robot snodde åt sig lägenheter i bostadskö

Bostäder som lagts ut på kommunala Gavlegårdarna bokades på några sekunder upp av en bostadsrobot - och såldes vidare av en privatperson. @2014-04-24 10:15

Hackare siktar på sakernas internet

Säkerhetsexpert varnar för mängder av stölder och förvanskningar av informationen som flödar från våra uppkopplade prylar. @2014-04-24 08:55

Mobil succé för Facebook

Över hälften av Facebooks annonsinkomster kommer från mobilen. @2014-04-24 07:59

Bättre än väntat för Apple

Stark Iphoneförsäljning lyfter Apples resultat. @2014-04-24 07:36

Kommunen tvingas förbjuda egna prylar

Sollentuna plågas av Microsofts krångliga licensregler - att köra Office på egna klienter blir för dyrt. Nu förbjuder kommunen byod. @2014-04-24 05:24

Ny teknik

Vindkraften inte torsk på Falkenberg

Mitt under tuffa förhandlingar i mark- och miljödomstolen kring en stor vindkraftpark i havet utanför Falkenberg kommer forskning som visar att vindkraften inte hotar den rödlistade torsken i Kattegatt. @2014-04-25 06:55

Nya snabbladdare räddade elbilsresan

Ny Tekniks reporter Charlotta von Schultz gav sig ut för att undersöka om det gick att ta sig från Stockholm till Göteborg med elbilen Nissan Leaf. – Det var meckigt att koppla in kontakten till snabbladdarna, säger hon efter målgång. @2014-04-25 06:30

Testar tyngdlös tomatodling

Från frö till färdiga tomater, är det möjligt i tyngdlöshet. Ett växthus i rymden ska ge svar 2016. @2014-04-24 16:05

Se det sega depåstoppet

TEXT+TV Idag är ett depåstopp i Formel 1 nästan 20 gånger snabbare än på 1950-talet. @2014-04-24 15:06

Se det sega Formel 1-stoppet

@2014-04-24 14:57

Enkel avsaltning med hög verkningsgrad

En metod för att enkelt avsalta vatten med hög verkningsgrad utvecklas av forskare i Saarland. @2014-04-24 14:01

”Så tror jag internet kommer se ut om tio år”

I Brasilien pågår just nu en världskonferens som bland annat tar upp internetfrågor. Policyrådgivaren på .SE, Staffan Jonson, chattade därför med Ny Tekniks läsare om hur internet ska styras i framtiden. Här kan du läsa alla frågorna och svaren. @2014-04-24 13:51

Plan utmanar nätneutraliteten

TEKNIKSVEPET. Försvarsminister vill ha kryssningsrobotar på nya Gripen och bostadsrobotar bokade lägenheter framför näsan på andra bostadssökande. Här kan du läsa dagens snabba Tekniksvep. @2014-04-24 11:33

Egen gps-karta del 2

Vissa kartor kan göras om till egna gps-kartor för mobilen och surfplattan på ett enkelt sätt. @2014-04-24 11:03

GE vill köpa Alstom

Amerikanska industrikoncernen GE visar enligt finansrykten intresse av att köpa Alstom. @2014-04-24 10:23

Här faller droppen

För första gången har en webbkamera registrerat hur beck droppar ur en tratt i världens äldsta experiment. @2014-04-24 09:35

Dubbelt så mycket vindkraft om fem år

Om fem år finns dubbelt så mycket vindkraft i världen som i dag. Det enligt en ny prognos från Global Wind Energy Council. @2014-04-24 09:25

”I mål med elbilen! Gick ju rätt smidigt!”

Hur lång tid tar det att köra elbil mellan landets två största städer? Är det ens möjligt? Följ med Ny Tekniks reporter Charlotta von Schultz på en laddad resa från Stockholm till Göteborg. @2014-04-24 07:18

Vill ha kryssningsrobotar på nya Jas

Regeringen vill att Sverige ska utrusta den nya generationen Gripenplan med kryssningsrobotar, säger försvarsminister Karin Enström till Ekot. @2014-04-24 07:07

Bostadsrobot knep lägenheter

När bostadsbolaget Gavlegårdarna lade ut direktlägenheter så försvann de inom loppet av några sekunder. @2014-04-24 07:05

Toms hardware

Six Battery-Powered Wireless Storage Devices, Reviewed

Would you like a device capable of functioning as USB-based storage, a Wi-Fi hotspot, an archive for your media, a streaming server, and a rechargeable battery? The six devices in this round-up are versatile, including a combination of those features. @2014-04-24 10:00

GeForce GTX 880M, 870M, And 860M: Mobile GPUs, Tested

Nvidia is in the process of rolling out its GeForce GTX 800M-series graphics modules. Despite the new name, we're still looking at GK104-based GPUs. One thing is for sure, though: the processor is running faster than ever. We benchmark three models. @2014-04-23 09:00

Micron M500DC 800 GB SSD Review: Cloud And Web 2.0 Storage

Building on the desktop-oriented M500, Micron is announcing its enterprise-focused M500DC. We got a chance to run the 800 GB model through an updated test suite to gauge whether this Marvell-powered SSD keeps up with the best-known enterprise solutions. @2014-04-22 15:00

Radeon R9 295X2 In CrossFire: 25 Billion Transistors Game At 4K

We spent our weekend benchmarking the sharp-looking iBuyPower Erebus loaded with a pair of Radeon R9 295X2 graphics cards. Do the new boards fare better than the quad-GPU configurations we've tested before, or should you stick to fewer cards in CrossFire? @2014-04-21 15:00

Dell UltraSharp 24 Ultra HD Monitor: The $1300 UP2414Q

Dell now offers three Ultra HD monitors for your consideration. We tested the 32-inch UP3214Q last month. Today, we’re looking at the 24-inch UP2414Q. Despite its smaller size, this is still a $1000+ display. Can Dell make the trade-off worthwhile? @2014-04-18 09:00

Best SSDs For The Money: April 2014

This month we introduce new benchmarks based on Futuremark's PCMark 8 storage suite. Most illuminating, perhaps, is that the data we generate shows that there's probably little reason to upgrade if you already own a modern SATA 6Gb/s-attached SSD. @2014-04-17 09:00

MSI R9 290X Lightning Review: The Right Way To Cool Hawaii

Judging from the R9 290X Lightning's hefty build, it takes a lot of metal to cool the Hawaii GPU properly. But what does this massive card give you aside from sharp looks? How about impressive acoustics? Is its $750 price tag worth the premium experience? @2014-04-16 09:00

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: April 2014

In this month's update, we discuss one processor introduction, plus notable price changes to 12 existing products. We also cover some of the news from Intel regarding its Haswell refresh and Z97 chipset, Haswell-E, and the next-gen Broadwell architecture. @2014-04-15 10:00

Workstation Graphics: 19 Cards Tested In SPECviewperf 12

SPECviewperf 12 sets out to be the standard for evaluating workstation graphics cards by including the latest professional applications, more complex models, and synthetic workloads pulled from important market segments. We test 19 cards in the new suite. @2014-04-14 09:00

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: April 2014

This month's update covers a number of drops in mid- and high-end Radeon prices, in some cases bringing these products back to competitive levels. In addition, we have a new low-budget recommendation. And there's always AMD's new dual-Hawaii-based board. @2014-04-11 09:00

Plextor M6S And M6M SSD Review: Revving Another Marvell Engine

Plextor is launching two new SSDs under its M6 banner. The M6S and M6M lean on Toshiba's A19 flash and Marvell's updated 9188 silicon. Together, both components (plus some custom firmware work) should augment value and speed in a couple of form factors. @2014-04-10 09:00

AMD Athlon 5350 And AM1 Platform Review: Kabini In A Socket

AMD is repackaging the mobile-focused Kabini APU for use on the desktop, and tucking them under the familiar Athlon and Sempron brands. We take a closer look at the company's socketed AM1 platform and compare its performance to Intel's Bay Trail-D. @2014-04-09 15:00

Radeon R9 295X2 8 GB Review: Project Hydra Gets Liquid Cooling

“Do you have what it takes?” AMD asks, purportedly referring to the big budget and beefy power supply you need before buying its new Radeon R9 295X2. We benchmark the 500 W, dual-GPU beast against several other high-end configs before declaring a winner. @2014-04-08 15:00

2015 Hyundai Genesis Sedan: Android, Atom, And More

Hyundai is updating its luxury sedan with a new platform and design for 2015. We flew out to Arizona for a first drive of the 2015 Genesis. @2014-04-07 09:00

How Well Does The Elder Scrolls Online Run On Your PC?

The Elder Scrolls series practically invented the modern single-player RPG. Today, we look at the franchise's expansion into the MMO space with The Elder Scrolls Online. What sort of graphics card and CPU will you need to enjoy your experience in Tamriel? @2014-04-04 09:00

Engadget

Watch NASA's Morpheus take to the air - then make a smooth landing

NASA's Morpheus lander has gone a long way since it crashed and burned in 2012. The agency's vertical landing and takeoff test vehicle now has a number of successful flights under its belt, including one that's just concluded at the Kennedy Space... @2014-04-25 05:23

Pinterest focuses on discovery with new Guided Search

With over 750 million boards and 30 billion pins, Pinterest has seen nearly a 50 percent increase in new pins in just the last six months. Indeed, CEO Ben Silbermann even calls it the "world's largest human-curated collection of things." Therein,... @2014-04-25 04:20

Minecraft on Xbox One will transfer saves from Xbox 360

Due to a lack of backwards compatibility, upgrading to new-gen systems like the Xbox One and PS4 has meant mostly leaving your old games and the progress made in them behind, but not in this case. Phil Spencer, the new leader over at Xbox, announced... @2014-04-25 04:06

​California's smartphone kill-switch bill flops in the state senate

US carriers can all collectively breathe a sigh of relief today: California's mobile kill-switch bill is dead, at least for now. The would have required all smartphones sold in the state to include a remote-kill feature designed to render stolen... @2014-04-25 03:37

eBay's new mobile apps are all about you, borrow some Pinterest looks

eBay's mobile apps just got a little more personal. The company refreshed its offerings for the iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone 8 today, unveiling a new look for the apps that's customized to your habits. The highlight of the update is a new... @2014-04-25 02:41

FTC: State bans on Tesla's direct sales model are hurting competition

Tesla has just gained a valuable ally in its battle to sell cars directly to customers: the Federal Trade Commission. The regulator now argues that state bans on direct sales are "protectionist," propping up the traditional dealership business model... @2014-04-25 01:58

These guys created the PlayStation 4 and here's how they did it (video)

Earlier this month we were in the audience to see two gaming legends talk at length about the history of PlayStation, but if you want to watch PlayStation's head of Worldwide Studios and the PS4's lead designer have a lengthy chat for yourself, a... @2014-04-25 01:24

Daily Roundup: rediscovered Andy Warhol art, Google Glass available to all, and more!

You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all... @2014-04-25 01:21

Crowdfunding project aims to bring a forgotten space probe back to life

The International Sun/Earth Explorer 3 probe is slated to come home in August after 36 years in space, but a group of engineers wants to use it as a platform for citizen science before it does. Sadly, NASA doesn't have the budget to reactivate a... @2014-04-25 00:52

​Having trouble spending your digital currency? Get a Bitcoin debit card

For all its advantages, Bitcoin has one major drawback: it's rather hard to spend. While the digital currency has legs in online marketplaces like Overstock and Square Market, few brick and mortar stores are equipped to trade in Bitcoin. Special ATMs... @2014-04-25 00:14

Netflix gets specific about its battle with Comcast and opposition to the TWC merger

In the months since announcing a "mutually beneficial" interconnection agreement, Netflix and Comcast have seen eye to eye on very little. Throw in Comcast's attempt to swallow up Time Warner Cable and grow even larger, and you have a battleground... @2014-04-24 23:48

Russia orders bloggers to register with government in attempt to control the internet

Russia: the home shirtless autocrats, vodka and a love of free speech rivaled by only China. The Kremlin is taking another step to squash people speaking their mind online. After building out an infrastructure that allows the government to more... @2014-04-24 23:26

China wages war on internet porn and rumor-mongering (again)

If you're a porn connoisseur or troll in China, chances are your year hasn't been great so far. Some 110 Chinese porn websites and 3,300 social accounts on services like Sina Weibo and WeChat have gone dark since January as part of the government's... @2014-04-24 22:45

Amazon is setting up a US delivery network to ship your orders faster

Amazon isn't waiting for the advent of courier drones to ship your orders faster than usual: the Wall Street Journal reports that the e-commerce giant has been testing its own US delivery network in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Described... @2014-04-24 22:12

Silicon Valley giants settle class action suit over anti-poaching pacts (updated)

Silicon Valley's tech giants aren't going to face that class action lawsuit over no-hiring deals, after all. Adobe, Apple, Google and Intel have all reached a settlement in the case, which would have otherwise headed to trial in late May. The terms... @2014-04-24 22:03

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