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Ny teknik

Studie visar: Lekplatser läcker mikroplast

Gummiunderlag som ska skydda barn från skador vid fall på lekplatser och skolgårdar kan skada djurlivet. Ett examensarbete från Lunds universitet visar att underlagen läcker mikroplast. @2017-06-29 11:31

Det är dags för solen att betala tillbaka

Att installera egna solpaneler är en investering som både du och miljön har mycket att vinna på. Inte mer än rätt om du tänker på vad solen har kostat dig genom åren. @2017-06-29 10:44

Läs tekniknyheter hela sommaren

Nästa pappersutgåva av Ny Teknik kommer ut i slutet av augusti. Till dess får du dina tekniknyheter på nyteknik.se. @2017-06-29 10:00

Digitala nationella prov ska hindra fusk

Alla nationella prov ska bli digitala, föreslår regeringen i en lagrådsremiss. Förhoppningen är att det ska minska fusk och underlätta vid rättningen, rapporterar SVT Nyheter. @2017-06-29 08:24

Forskare tror på längre mänskligt liv

Var går egentligen gränsen för hur gammal en människa maximalt kan bli? Om detta träter vetenskapen. @2017-06-29 08:09

”Alltför vanligt med tekniska brister i nya bostadsrätter”

DEBATT. En allt större del av bostadsmarknaden består av bostadsrätter där amatörer köper och förvaltar ett tekniskt komplext objekt designat av vinstinriktade företag utan långsiktigt ansvar, skriver Jonas Anund Vogel KTH och Hans Lind tidigare vid KTH. @2017-06-28 15:55

Det här vet vi om nya it-attacken

Nätviruset Petya låser datorn, krypterar filerna och hindrar omstart. @2017-06-28 15:11

"Livet i städerna kommer att förändras snabbt"

Stora samhällsekonomiska förändringar följer i de självkörande bilarnas spår. Förlorade arbetstillfällen, en ny bostadsmarknad och dödsstöten för vissa branscher stundar, spår Karl Bohlin, vd för HansaWorld, i en framtidsspaning. @2017-06-28 15:00

Här är städerna som kan få Geelys testcenter

Stockholm, Göteborg eller Södertälje? Efter Geelys satsning på ett innovationscentrum i Göteborg är frågan vilken stad som får det nationella testcentret för elfordon. @2017-06-28 14:36

Avatar-regissören satsar på 3d-film – utan glasögon

James Cameron vill återigen skaka liv i 3d-filmen. Den här gången utan irriterande glasögon. @2017-06-28 13:58

Grafenskola lockar unga forskare

Supermaterialet grafen är extra hett i Göteborg denna vecka när EU:s Graphene Flagship arrangerar en sommarskola för forskare. @2017-06-28 12:32

Ikea: Hårdare lagar krävs för att stoppa slöseri med resurser

DEBATT. Det är både ekonomiskt och miljömässigt ohållbart att fortsätta som i dag. Skärp avfallsreglerna och låt företagen ta ansvar för reparation, återförsäljning eller återvinning av produkter, skriver Jonas Carlehed, hållbarhetschef på Ikea. @2017-06-28 11:59

Fem smarta prylar räddar sommaren

Jaga fästingar, vinn picknicken och hitta mobil svalka, här är fem prylar som underlättar sommarlivet. @2017-06-28 11:28

Ny prognos: Ingenjörsbristen fortsatt hög

Störst är behovet av ingenjörer inom bygg och anläggning, enligt Arbetsförmedlingen. @2017-06-28 11:14

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Toms hardware

Best Motherboards

Here are the best motherboards for Intel and AMD’s top processors. These boards offer great features, overclocking performance and pricing. @2017-06-28 20:50

ECS Z270H4-I Mini-ITX Motherboard Review

ECS brings a cheaper Z270 option for Mini ITX builders. Does the board offer the overclocking potential worthy of its PCH? @2017-06-28 15:00

Intel SSD 545s Review

Intel's 545s is the first consumer drive with IMFT's new 64-layer 3D NAND. All eyes are on Intel to see if the 545s can run with the 850 EVO. @2017-06-27 09:30

NEC EX341R Monitor Review

Curved ultra-wide monitors are more frequently seen in gaming systems, but they are appearing on enterprise desktops, too. Today, we’re looking at NEC’s EX341R. @2017-06-26 15:00

KFA2/Galax GeForce GTX 1080 Ti EXOC Review

KFA2/Galax creates an attractive alternative to Nvidia's Founders Edition card, complete with more performance, a quieter cooler and same dual-slot form factor. @2017-06-25 15:00

Setting Up Your PSVR: A Step-By-Step Guide

The PlayStation VR is the easiest of the three major VR systems to setup, but it's not quite as simple as plugging in a console. Follow along as we walk you through the process. @2017-06-24 15:00

Deepcool Gamer Storm Captain 240EX RGB Review

The Deepcool Gamer Storm Captain 240EX RGB keeps all the performance of the Captain EX Series, while adding decorative RGB lighting to the water cooling system. @2017-06-23 15:00

Best Gaming Laptops

We tested gaming laptops with a series of real-world and synthetic benchmarks to measure battery, cooling, CPU, display, GPU, storage, and overall system performance. @2017-06-22 19:00

Alienware 15 (GTX 1070) Gaming Laptop Review

With a 7th gen Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070, the Alienware 15 should prove to be a powerful contender, but is it worth the premium price? @2017-06-22 15:00

Thermaltake Smart Pro RGB 850W PSU Review

Thermaltake's Smart Pro RGB 850W is the strongest model in its family, offering 80 PLUS Bronze efficiency, fully modular cabling, and an illuminated fan. @2017-06-21 15:00

Asus Prime X299-Deluxe Motherboard Review

The Prime X299-Deluxe brings a slew of features to the high-end market, but are those features valuable enough to justify its relatively high price? @2017-06-21 03:00

MSI X299 Gaming Pro Carbon AC Motherboard Review

MSI's Gaming Pro Carbon AC is first to hit the X299 test bench. Following closely on all the post Computex hype, is this board truly retail ready? @2017-06-20 15:00

Best SSDs

Here are the best PCIe and SATA SSDs on the market, ranging from 256GB to 2TB. These drives offer the best performance per dollar. @2017-06-19 23:20

Best Power Supplies

Here are the best power supplies for gaming PCs. These PSUs offer the best reliability, performance and protection for your components. @2017-06-19 21:30

Best Cases

Here are the best cases for custom PC builds. Our recommendations take cooling and noise into account, and most sell for less than $100. @2017-06-19 20:00

Engadget

The Morning After: Thursday, June 29th 2017

This morning, we're talking hidden smartphone fingerprint readers, 77-inch paper-thin TVs for a 'mere' $20k and a global ransomware cyberattack that might not even be ransomware. We'll explain that last one further, we promise. @2017-06-29 12:00

Ocado's driverless delivery van is a glimpse of the future

Filmers and photographers line the street, their fingers hovering over camera shutter buttons. "Any second now," an engineer mutters nearby, eyes glued to a smartphone screen tracking the truck's location. The group collectively takes a deep breath a... @2017-06-29 11:00

Amazon Prime Day will include China and India on July 11th

Amazon's Black Friday-like event for the summer will be back for the third time. On July 11th, the e-commerce giant will hold the third annual "Prime Day," and this time, more people will be able to take advantage of all the deals on offer. To start... @2017-06-29 10:31

Recent 'NotPetya' attacks might not be ransomware at all

The companies and agencies hit by a cyberattack in the Ukraine, Russia, the US, parts of Europe, Asia and Australia might never be able to recover their data. See, some security researchers, including Kaspersky Lab, believe that the malware that inva... @2017-06-29 09:02

Meet the small 360 camera module that will fit into phones

You're probably not aware of this, but a Chinese company dubbed ProTruly has already released the world's first two smartphones with a built-in 360 camera last December. Don't worry if you missed the news, because chances are you'd be put off by the... @2017-06-29 07:02

Canon's lightweight Rebel SL2 has a much-improved sensor

If you prefer a DSLR's true optical finder to the EVF of a mirrorless, but don't want to lug a heavy camera, there aren't many options. Canon does have one worthy of consideration, however: the EOS Rebel SL2. It replaces the four-year-old Rebel SL1 a... @2017-06-29 06:00

Canon's full-frame 6D Mark II is a solid upgrade with a catch

Nearly four years after it first launched its original EOS 6D budget full-frame camera, Canon has unveiled a successor. The EOS 6D Mark II improves on the past model in nearly every way, offering more connection options, resolution, much faster autof... @2017-06-29 06:00

Eero's new mesh WiFi system packs more power in a pretty package

The first-generation Eero was a game-changer. With a mesh network that blanketed your home in WiFi, it finally offered home wireless that doesn't suck. It pledged to rid my home of dead spots and, for the most part, it did. Since then, however, Eero... @2017-06-29 05:59

Draft defense bill would ban Kaspersky's security software

American officials are worried that Russian software could be used to compromise national security, and they aren't taking any chances. A draft version of the Senate's National Defense Authorization Act, which greenlights military funding, explicitl... @2017-06-29 05:17

Elon Musk's 'Godot' machine cuts its first LA tunnel segment

SpaceX and Tesla founder Elon Musk just tweeted that his tunnel-carving operation, The Boring Company, just completed cutting out its first segment with its Beckett-homaging drill, Godot. While the plan is to build an entire subterranean network unde... @2017-06-29 03:29

Signal tests changes to how users verify secure contacts

Last November, Signal introduced a few changes to how it manages its safety numbers -- the unique code given to each conversation you have on the app. Safety numbers can change because someone gets a new phone and reinstalled the app or because the c... @2017-06-29 02:51

Real-time tracking and projection mapping keeps getting better

Japanese creative studio P.I.C.S. have set a mindbending new standard for real-time tracking and projection mapping with their latest visual creation, EXISDANCE. The technology has been around for a while, although it arguably first captured the mai... @2017-06-29 01:51

Postmates' speedy booze delivery begins drop-offs in NYC and Texas

Postmates' on-demand alcohol service is now available well beyond California's borders. On top of an expansion to Miami in May, the internet delivery mainstay is now making its Drinks feature available in New York City (in Brooklyn and Manhattan) as... @2017-06-29 01:03

You won't escape Google ads in VR

Sorry, folks, donning a virtual reality headset won't offer a refuge from internet advertising. Google's Area 120 incubator is experimenting with online ad formats designed with VR in mind. It's a lot trickier than slapping a banner on a website, a... @2017-06-29 00:12

DHS won’t expand its laptop ban to all US-bound flights just yet

In a statement today, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly announced expanded security measures for US-bound flights. Kelly said the new measures were in response to terrorist groups' "renewed interest" in targeting airlines. "We cannot play intern... @2017-06-28 23:27

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