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Offentlig sektor köper it för rekordsummor – Malmö ökar mest

It sväljer en allt större del av de offentliga investeringarna. Största ökningen under fjolåret stod Malmö för. ”Ett ovanligt stort investeringsår för oss”, säger it-chefen Daniel Fröjmark. @2016-08-24 06:02

Brutal kraft i IBM:s nya Powerprocessor – 9:an kommer nästa år

Brutala prestanda tack vare smart användning av hjälpprocessorer. Det är IBMs strategi för processorn Power9 som ska komma nästa år. @2016-08-23 10:24

Microsoft köper digital assistent för att hjälpa Cortana med planeringen

Microsoft har förvärvat Genee, ett startupföretag som utvecklat en digital assistent för schemaläggning. @2016-08-23 10:16

Kompetensbrist hindrar öppen källkod på företagen – men Sverige ligger bra till

Öppen källkod har trängt in i företagsvärlden på bred front – men det finns ett hot mot vidare spridning och det är kompetensbristen.   @2016-08-23 06:04

Ilska mot Arbetsförmedlingen – jätteupphandling dras i långbänk

Arbetsförmedlingens upphandling väcker irritation hos de väntande konsultbolagen. @2016-08-23 06:02

Samsung vill dryga ut kassan genom att sälja begagnade mobiler

Mobiljätten Samsung ska börja sälja begagnade versioner av sina premiummobiler. @2016-08-22 15:52

MariaDB svär i öppen källkods-kyrkan och lägger nya funktioner i stängd licens

MariaDB, skapad av Monty Widenius, släpper avancerade funktioner under en stängd licens. Förhoppningen är att öka intäkterna, men risken finns att man retar upp kunderna. @2016-08-22 10:34

Det digitala kontoret föds på nytt med nygamla verktyg

Office och Outlook har fått nya kostymer. Uppstickare som Slack fungerar allt bättre. Är det (äntligen) dags för det digitala kontoret på allvar? @2016-08-21 06:04

Prestigelistan: Här är årets 10 hetaste nya tekniker

Nästan hälften av teknikerna på World Economic Forums prestigelista över årets hetaste tekniker hämtas från it-området. Kan du gissa vilka? @2016-08-20 06:02

Andra totalkollapsen på ett år för Hudiksvalls it-system

Under hela torsdagen låg stora delar av kommunens it-miljö nere. Varken telefonväxeln, hemsidan eller e-posten gick att använda. @2016-08-19 12:49

Unga får inte utlopp för sin sociala medier-energi i jobbet

Ungdomar ser sociala medier som ett verktyg i arbetslivet, men få anser att de fått bättre kontakt med ledningen eller att sociala medier är ett sätt att få genomslag för sina idéer. @2016-08-19 12:27

Ny kritik mot Windows 10: "Microsoft trampar på användarnas integritet"

Integritetsorganisationen EFF riktar hård kritik mot Windows 10. Microsoft struntar blankt i både användarnas valfrihet och integritet, skriver de i ett blogginlägg. @2016-08-19 11:25

Trögt för server-Java – men standardversionen ser ut att lyfta

Oracle har problem med att få fram Java EE, ”server-Java”, enligt tidsplan. Samtidigt satsar man offensivt på snabbare utvecklingstakt för basvarianten Java SE. @2016-08-19 06:04

Nu släpper USA sitt strypgrepp om internet

Från den 1 oktober vill USA lämna över nyckeln till domännamnssystemet, DNS, till Icann. Ett principiellt viktigt beslut, menar experterna. @2016-08-19 06:02

Så ska Lenovo blåsa nytt liv i smartphone-försäljningen

Nästa år ska Lenovo vända sin förlusttyngda smartphone-verksamhet genom en massiv satsning på marknadsföring och fler premiummobiler. @2016-08-18 13:23

Maskininlärning är värsta hajpen – smart damm nästa stora grej

Nu står intresset på maskininlärning på sin topp, om man ska tro Gartner. Bland nya modebegrepp att hålla ögonen på sticker smart damm ut. Men vi är rejält trötta på förstärkt verklighet. @2016-08-18 12:50

Här är de 7 största nyheterna från Intel Developer Forum

Mixad verklighet, arm-chipp och en Raspberry Pi-konkurrent. Här är de viktigaste nyheterna från Intels utvecklarkonferens. @2016-08-18 06:02

Så tvingar pc-döden och mobilfloppen Intel att tänka om

En gång i tiden var Intel centrum av allt i it-världen. Men då pc:n tappar försäljning för varje år som går så famlar processorjätten efter en ny identitet. Kanske hittar de den i den virtuella världen. @2016-08-18 06:02

Därför sänker Ica målen för sin e-handel

Dagligvarujätten Ica sänker målsättningen när det gäller hur många butiker som ska vara kopplade till bolagets onlineplattform i slutet av året. @2016-08-17 15:24

Intel börjar bygga Arm-chipp – för att närma sig Apple

Intel sluter avtal med värsta konkurrenten. Kanske kan det locka en viss mobiltillverkare att köpa hårdvarujättens chipp. @2016-08-17 09:38

Ny teknik

Här välter Scania sin nya lastbil

För att testa de nya krockgardinerna välter Scania sin nya lastbil. För säkerhets skull är bilen fjärrstyrd, utan förare. @2016-08-23 20:25

Första nya Scanian detta sekel

Det är över 20 år sedan Scania senast visade en ny lastbil. Som första tidning har Ny Teknik fått provköra och syna den nya Scanian i sömmarna. @2016-08-23 20:25

Sju frågor till Scanias projektledare

Scanias nya lastbilsgeneration är ett av de största industriprojekten i Sverige. De senaste sju åren har Lars Bygdén varit projektledare. @2016-08-23 20:25

Varmare klimat ger fler infektioner

När klimatet blir varmare blir vissa giftiga och sjukdomsalstrande bakterier vanligare. @2016-08-23 16:12

Regeringen vill införa 200 skoltimmar teknik

Fler timmar till matematik och teknik och färre för elevens val. Det ingår i regeringens förslag på en stadieindelad timplan för grundskolan som utbildningsminister Gustav Fridolin (MP) presenterade i dag. @2016-08-23 15:16

Svenskt bolag får Tesla-order

Det svenska bolaget Image System har fått en order på analysmjukvara från elbilstillverkaren Tesla Motors. @2016-08-23 15:07

Här är första självkörande elracerbilen

En testbil för nästa års racingserie utan förare har nu visats upp. @2016-08-23 14:59

”Satsa på centrum för datahantering”

Börje Ekholm, styrelseledamot i kinesiska Alibaba, uppmanar Sverige att satsa på ett kompetenscentrum för datahantering, likt Scilifelab i Solna. @2016-08-23 14:23

Likspänning ska spara el i industrin

Trefas växelspänning 400 V ses som standard för elnäten i industrin, men många maskiner använder likspänning. Nu undersöks fördelarna med DC-nät. @2016-08-23 14:04

Det här är världens bästa solfångare

Forskare i Australien har satt nytt rekord för solfångares verkningsgrad. @2016-08-23 13:17

”Skippa snabbtåg – satsa på självkörande fordon”

DEBATT. Självkörande fordon täcker hela landet på ett flexibelt, demokratiskt och mer solidariskt sätt än snabbtågen. Vi har en stark fordonsindustri och en stark it- och elektronikindustri och kan bygga ett samhälle baserat på miljövänliga självkörande elfordon, skriver Olle Hulteberg. @2016-08-23 12:09

Volkswagen kan starta banden igen

Volkswagen har kommit överens med sina underleverantörer och produktionen vid de lamslagna fabrikerna kan därför återupptas, meddelar företaget. @2016-08-23 11:23

Trump: ”Ericsson mutade Clinton”

Donald Trump anklagar Hillary Clinton för att ha tagit emot mutor från svenska telekomjätten Ericsson. Den svenska telekomjätten tillbakavisar anklagelserna - ännu en gång. @2016-08-23 11:22

Konstgjort rymdplasma ger bättre radiokommunikation

Amerikanska militären vill skapa ett plasma i jonosfären som ska förbättra radiotrafiken. @2016-08-23 10:28

Gummiband kan ge skonsam skogsmaskin

Minskar skadorna på marken om en skogsmaskin på hjul byggs om och förses med gummiband? Det ska Skogforsk undersöka. @2016-08-23 09:01

S-distrikt kräver statlig fond för bostadsbyggande

Socialdemokraterna i Skåne, partiets största distrikt, ger tummen ner till regeringens bostadspolitik. @2016-08-23 08:34

Smarta telefonen bygger sig själv

TEKNIKSVEPET. MIT-forskarnas telefon skakar ihop beståndsdelarna själv. Läs ett urval av tekniknyheterna här! @2016-08-23 08:11

Få koll på beslutsfällorna

GUIDE. Du är inte så rationell som du tror. När vi till exempel ska göra ett viktigt vägval i yrkeslivet, agera på börsen eller bara är allmänt osäkra inför ett beslut är det lätt att råka ut för olika psykologiska fenomen och tankevurpor som kan ställa till det. @2016-08-23 07:04

Hedda Gabler styr med fjärrkontrollen

När Ibsens klassiker Hedda Gabler sätts upp på årets Bergmanfestival tar ny teknik plats på scenen. @2016-08-23 06:00

Umeå ska bli smart stad

Umeå får 40 miljoner kronor från EU för att bli en smartare stad. Pengarna ska bland annat gå till att utveckla en busshållplats som dockar fast vid bussen. @2016-08-22 17:37

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SanDisk X400 1TB SSD Review

SanDisk built a competitive mainstream SSD using 15nm TLC flash for system integrators, but the drive is also quickly gaining traction in the channel with normal consumers. @2016-08-23 15:00

Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 32GB DDR4-2400 Review

Supporting DDR4-2400 in both XMP and SPD modes, Ballistix Sport LT promises to deliver both improved performance and increased capacity to notebook and certain compact desktop owners. We take a closer look. @2016-08-22 15:00

CyberPower EC350G UPS Tear-Down

Did my BGE90M-CA tear-down make you at least a little curious about how much better or worse other small UPSes might be? Today is CyberPower’s EC350G’s turn. @2016-08-21 15:00

Update: Nvidia Titan X Pascal 12GB Review

Another month, another Pascal-based GPU. This one is bigger and badder than GeForce GTX 1080's GP104, but based on the same DNA. No doubt, a $1200 price tag will limit its adoption to only the wealthiest enthusiasts. @2016-08-20 18:00

G.Skill Trident Z DDR4-3200, C14, 32GB, Quad-Channel Kit Review

G.Skill’s F4-3200C14Q-32GTZKW memory kit is black and white, but are the performance advantages of its DDR4-3200 C14 timings as stark as its appearance? We take a closer look. @2016-08-19 09:00

SilverStone SX550 SFX PSU Review

SilverStone continues to enrich its SFX PSU portfolio. One of the most recent additions is the SX550, a budget-oriented unit featuring Gold-class efficiency and fixed cables instead of modular ones. As you can tell, it's intended to bring prices down. @2016-08-18 15:00

Intel SSD 540s Review - Our First Look At The SM2258

Intel scored SMI's new SM2258 controller under an exclusive contract and paired it with SK hynix 16nm TLC flash for the new SSD 540s. Intel geared the 540s to attack the low-cost segment, but performance is always a key issue, so let's put it to the test. @2016-08-17 15:00

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 240 CPU Cooler Review

Cooler Master believes its MasterLiquid Pro 240 can overcome competitors in the 2x 120mm closed-loop cooler space with better performance for the money. Are they right? @2016-08-16 15:00

Digital Storm Aura Gaming AIO PC First Look

Digital Storm's Aura is stunning gaming AIO. Ours came configured with an Intel Core i7-6700K, a 34-inch curved display, and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition GPU. @2016-08-15 15:00

RAM Overclocking Guide: How (and Why) to Tweak Your Memory

Overcoming slow system memory can unlock the potential of your processor and optimizing your RAM can be the key to a fast, balanced PC. @2016-08-14 15:00

A Brief History Of Star Trek PC Games

We take a brief look at the "Star Trek" game franchise, from the 1970s to the present day. @2016-08-13 15:00

Plextor M7V SSD Review

Plextor is back in the game with its M7V SSDs and we take a look at the entry-level M7V to see how it compares with other TLC-based SSDs. @2016-08-12 15:00

Thermaltake Toughpower DPS G RGB 1250W PSU Review

Thermaltake recently released a new flagship Titanium-class PSU, the Toughpower DPS G RGB with 1250W max. power. Besides an RGB LED fan, this unit also features high performance, modular cabling, and compatibility with the SPM cloud platform. @2016-08-11 15:00

Asus MG28UQ 28-inch Ultra HD FreeSync Gaming Monitor Review

Asus MG-series has always represented a solid value alternative to its premium ROG products. Today we’re looking at the MG28UQ, a 28-inch Ultra HD monitor with FreeSync. @2016-08-10 15:00

Silicon Motion SM2258 Technical Preview With Micron 3D TLC NAND

The SMI SM2258 is the next small controller that will make a big impact on the entry-level and mainstream SSD market. The controller is already shipping with 2D NAND, but now it supports the new IMFT 3D NAND that will power several new SSDs. @2016-08-09 15:00

AMD Radeon RX 460 Review

AMD's second 14nm GPU, Polaris 11, is ready for prime time in the Radeon RX 460. Can you really expect playable 1080p performance from a $110 graphics card? @2016-08-08 15:00

Biggest PC Building Mistakes From The Community

Tom’s Hardware staffers and community members share the stories behind their biggest PC building mistakes (and the components fried as a result). @2016-08-06 15:00

Big HDD Showdown: Seagate 10TB vs. HGST Ultrastar He10 vs. WD Gold 8TB

We take the three leading helium-powered enterprise HDDs out for a spin to determine which offers the best blend of performance, price and power consumption. @2016-08-05 15:00

AMD Radeon RX 470 4GB Review

We love to lust after the latest high-end hardware. It’s in our DNA. But just as most coffee enthusiasts can only dream of owning a $7000 La Marzocco, Titan X cards are simply beyond most gamers’ budgets. In fact, according to the July 2016 Steam hardware @2016-08-04 15:00

6-Way 2-Bay NAS Round Up

We test the hottest new 2-Bay NAS to compare features and performance. These entry-level products allow you to access your data from around the world and secure your data with redundant disks. @2016-08-02 15:00

Patriot Viper Elite 16GB, DDR4-3200 C16 Dual-Channel Kit Review

Will the performance of enhanced DDR4-3200 timings and a moderate price get value recognition for Patriot’s Viper Elite PVE416G320C6KGY 16GB dual-channel kit? @2016-08-01 15:00

Best PSUs

Here are the best power supplies for gaming PCs. These PSUs offer the best reliability, performance and protection for your components. @2016-07-31 20:00

Alcatel Idol 4S Smartphone and VR Headset First Look

The Alcatel Idol 4S is the first smartphone to be bundled with a VR headset. Does this pair have what it takes to deliver an exceptional mobile VR experience? @2016-07-30 15:00

Cooler Master MasterWatt Maker 1200 PSU Review

Cooler Master finally released its MasterWatt Maker PSU, which was designed for true enthusiasts. Sporting Titanium-class efficiency, a digital interface, and other exotic features, we didn't expect an affordable price. But $450 looks insane! @2016-07-29 15:00

Acer Predator XB321HK 32-inch Ultra HD G-Sync Monitor Review

Today we’re looking at Acer’s latest flagship gaming monitor, the Predator XB321HK. Sporting a 32-inch IPS screen, G-Sync and premium build quality; it looks like just the thing for a cost-no-object gaming rig. @2016-07-28 15:00

Best Graphics Cards

Here are the best gaming GPUs for the money. These graphics cards offer the best performance at their price and resolution (from 720p to 4K). @2016-07-27 19:00

Samsung 750 EVO 500GB SSD Review

Samsung opened up the 750 EVO to the mass market and added a 500GB model, which will allow the company to fight in the low end with a game-changing mix of mainstream performance and entry-level endurance. @2016-07-25 15:00

APC BGE90M-CA UPS Tear-Down

We have been inside a few PC-sized UPSes over the last few months. How about something more gadget-sized for a change? Here comes the BGE90 from APC’s Connect family. @2016-07-24 15:00

Best Memory

Here are the best performing RAM kits we’ve tested: computer memory that’s ideal for gaming, video editing and graphics-heavy applications. @2016-07-23 18:40

AVADirect Avant P870DM-G First Look

We’ve seen the Avant P870DM-G somewhere before (or at least something almost identical to it). AVADirect's interpretation of Clevo's shell is as close to the original as it gets, with an Intel Core i7-6700K and GeForce GTX 980 in a $2700 laptop. @2016-07-23 15:00

Engadget

Revisit 2005 by playing 'Call of Duty 2' on your Xbox One

Back before Call of Duty went full-on Michael Bay, the series focused on historical conflicts ignored by the then unstoppable Medal of Honor series. Xbox 360 launch title Call of Duty 2 was the last game in the series from original developer Infinity... @2016-08-24 05:31

Have a virtual visit to the Bauhaus with Harvard's collection

Bauhaus, for the uninitiated, was a German art school that unfortunately closed its doors back in 1933. It was home to thousands of paintings, sculptures, photos and other various artifacts created by artists studying everything from architecture to... @2016-08-24 04:46

Look at the Xbox 360's cancelled 'Goldeneye 007' HD remaster

It's one of those bits of gaming trivia that punches a specific generation of players square in the gut: There was once an Xbox Live port of Goldeneye 007 in the works, but it was cancelled. It's true -- Activation was porting the Nintendo 64 classic... @2016-08-24 03:53

Fossil evidence of supernovae found on the sea floor

Astrophysicist Shawn Bishop of the Technical University in Munich looked for evidence of supernovae in an unlikely place: on the sea floor. Now, according to a paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Bishop confirmed that there is a... @2016-08-24 03:04

Amazon is rebooting Scorsese's 'The Departed' into a TV series

Streaming services continue to gobble up popular titles to adapt and reimagine for their content-craving audiences. But unlike Netflix's recent decision to adapt the timeless children's novel Anne of Green Gables, Amazon Studios has shown that it's w... @2016-08-24 01:49

PSN's first Humble Bundle gives you Capcom games at a discount

Humble Bundle is best-known for its PC game offers, but it's branching out in a big way. It's partnering with Capcom and Sony to launch PSN's first-ever Humble Bundle, the appropriately titled Humble Capcom PlayStation Bundle. Pay at least $1 and yo... @2016-08-24 01:18

Visa-powered payment ring is now available to everyone

That Visa-based payment ring is no longer limited to athletes who made it to the Olympics in Rio. Anyone can now pre-order an NFC Ring that lets you tap to pay at many store terminals without pulling out your phone or twisting your wrist. Plunk dow... @2016-08-24 00:36

Boomerang uses AI to help you write emails people will read

Why don't you get a response to every email you write? It's possible your recipient is busy. Maybe it didn't reach them. Or maybe, just maybe, you didn't write a quality email in the first place. @2016-08-23 23:10

Google's using neural networks to make image files smaller

Somewhere at Google, researchers are blurring the line between reality and fiction. Tell me if you've heard this one, Silicon Valley fans -- a small team builds a neural network for the sole purpose of making media files teeny-tiny. Google's latest e... @2016-08-23 22:51

Vizio's SmartCast app will integrate Google Play streaming

Vizio's Chromecast-enabled TV vision is being expanded even further with the integration of Google Play Movies & TV. @2016-08-23 22:35

Google will downplay mobile websites with intrusive pop-ups

It's bad enough when you deal with third-party pop-up ads, but it's that much worse when the site itself shows pop-ups. Do you really want to subscribe to that newsletter before you've even read a single word on the page? Google wants to put a stop... @2016-08-23 22:18

Tesla unveils 100 kWh battery for Model X and S

Tesla's latest innovation is a 100 kWh battery pack for the Model X and Model S that can travel up to 315 miles non-stop, an improvement over its existing 90 kWh model. With the upgraded battery, the Model S P100D is the first and only electric car o... @2016-08-23 21:40

MIT's smarter routers promise to fight crowded networks

MIT hates overcrowded networks just as much as you do, and its CSAIL division has made two breakthroughs that could clear up the data pipes. To begin with, it's developing programmable routers that can still keep up with bandwidth-heavy services like... @2016-08-23 21:26

PlayStation Now will soon let you play anywhere you have a PC

Analysts have been predicted the death of game consoles for years -- and while they're usually wrong, PlayStation Now is the strongest living argument for a gaming industry without iterative hardware. Sony's internet-streaming games service puts Play... @2016-08-23 21:04

Samsung launches first 4G, Tizen-powered smartphone in India

Samsung's experiment with the Tizen operating system hasn't shown up in more than a couple of handsets and some Gear smartwatches so far, but the smartphone behemoth still believes the open-source platform has value for low-cost phones in emerging ma... @2016-08-23 20:42

Prisma's arty photo filters now work offline

There's a lot going on behind the curtain with Prisma, the app that turns your banal photos into Lichtenstein- or Van Gogh-esque artworks. The app actually sends your cat photo to its servers where a neural network does the complex transformation. St... @2016-08-23 20:30

FBI improved a Dark Web child pornography site, lawyer argues

The FBI operated Playpen, a child pornography site on the Dark Web, for nearly two weeks in February 2015, distributing malware to users so the bureau could track suspected pedophiles across the globe. It was a major bust, with the FBI hacking 4,000... @2016-08-23 20:16

Google's Daydream VR could debut in the next few weeks

With the release of Android Nougat this week, Google's mobile VR platform Daydream couldn't be far behind. And that indeed seems to be the case, as Bloomberg reports that Daydream will launch in the "coming weeks." You can also expect some brand new... @2016-08-23 20:02

Tesla ex-partner finds someone else to help with self-driving tech

Now that Tesla has kicked Mobileye's image recognition tech to the curb, what is its former partner going to do? Run into someone else's arms, of course. Mobileye has revealed that it's teaming up with Delphi on a self-driving platform that automaker... @2016-08-23 19:42

You can buy Parrot's fixed-wing Disco drone in September

Parrot's beginner-friendly drone is finally ready to take to the skies, after we first saw a prototype at CES this year. The Disco eschews the more common quadcopter format for a fixed-wing system that makes taking off as easy as throwing the device... @2016-08-23 19:21

Pinterest buys Instapaper to rule the 'save for later' market

Pinterest is more than just about collecting Thanksgiving recipes or selecting your dream wardrobe. You can also use the service to save articles for later reading, a feature that's been around since its inception. Well, the company just made an acqu... @2016-08-23 19:00

Opera's free unlimited VPN service is coming to Android

Opera previously launched an unlimited VPN service for iOS earlier this year as a result of its 2015 acquisition of SurfEasy, and now it's doing the same for Android users. @2016-08-23 18:41

Solar dish sets steamy thermal energy efficiency record

In the hunt for ever more reliable and efficient green energy production, the Australian National University (ANU) has developed a solar dish with an incredibly high sunlight-to-steam conversion rate. That's right, steam. Instead of photovolatic sola... @2016-08-23 18:19

The best microwave

By Tim Heffernan This post was done in partnership with The Sweethome, a buyer's guide to the best things for your home. Read the full article here. There is no perfect microwave oven, but after two hands-on trials, 75 hours of research, and years... @2016-08-23 18:00

Microsoft Office for Mac gets 64-bit support for better performance

Microsoft announced in April that it would make the transition from 32-bit to 64-bit for Office 2016 for Mac. Well, the time has come. The update is rolling out to those who are running Microsoft's productivity suite on OS X. Apple's desktop operatin... @2016-08-23 17:41

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