Computer sweden

Lönekaos hos staten avblåst

Statligt anställda slipper att bli utan lön. Lönedramatiken kring systemet Palasso är nu avblåst sedan statens servicecenter och CGI kommit överens om villkoren. @2014-11-27 13:02

Live från It i vården-dagen

I dag arrangerar Computer Sweden och Dagens Medicin eventet It i vården-dagen, en dag om e-hälsa med makthavare, användare och patienter. Här kan du följa twitterflödet från dagen. @2014-11-27 10:18

Miljardsmäll för Microsoft i Kina, enligt uppgifter

Microsoft uppges ha blivit eftertaxerat på 136 miljoner dollar, motsvarande drygt en miljard kronor i Kina. @2014-11-27 06:16

Nu har cio:n ögonen på användarna

Dåliga system är tidstjuvar som företagen inte har råd med. I takt med en ständigt ökande effektivisering hamnar användarnas behov allt mer i fokus. "Intresset för användarupplevelse lyfts upp mer och mer", säger forskaren Johan Magnusson. @2014-11-27 06:05

"Helpdesk är det centrala navet"

När användarnas upplevelser uppgraderas blir också helpdesk mer central. Tidigare har trenden varit att lägga ut den men nu börjar det vända och fler placerar supporten inne i företaget igen.  @2014-11-27 06:05

Billigt internet: en mänsklig rättighet

Billigt internet borde vara en grundläggande mänsklig rättighet, visar en global undersökning från det centret för styrning av innovation, Cigi. @2014-11-27 05:58

Tvist kring Tibcos storfusion avfärdad

Riskkapitalbolaget Vista Equity Partners köp av beslutsstödsföretaget Tibco för 4,3 miljarder dollar, får grönt ljus i domstol, trots en felaktig värdering av affären. @2014-11-27 05:40

Trådlösa nät tar fart

Både på konsumentsidan och i företag tar trenden mot trådlösa nätverk fart på allvar. @2014-11-27 05:16

HP:s ex-vd Carly Fiorina siktar mot vita huset

HP:s tidigare vd Carly Fiorina överväger att driva en kampanj för att vinna USA:s presidentval år 2016. @2014-11-27 05:06

Nytt förslag: stycka Google i två delar

EU oroas av Googles dominans på internet och allt mer drastiska lösningar presenteras. I morgon röstar Europaparlamentet om att dela upp jätteföretaget. @2014-11-26 15:09

Här är hackarnas nya favoritmål

Nätbusar hittar ständigt nya sårbarheter i systemen. Den senaste metoden kan göra intrång svåra att upptäcka och leda till stora skador. @2014-11-26 13:59

Så ska öppna data spara tid i städerna

Allt fler städer samlar nu travar av information om det mesta, men fortfarande är det oklart vad det ska användas till. Under Internetdagarna försökte experter få klarhet i frågan. @2014-11-26 13:40

TV4 kräver gratis tv i mobilnäten

Mobilanvändare måste få titta gratis på vanliga tv-kanaler via mobiloperatörernas nät, utan att ha något abonnemang. Det kräver TV4-Gruppen i en inlaga till PTS. @2014-11-26 10:59

Bankkrasch dyr affär för CA

Programföretaget CA Technologies har ingått ett avtal med Royal Bank of Scotland som en följd av ett omfattande avbrott som den skotska banken drabbades av under 2012.  @2014-11-26 06:11

Säkerhetsexperten: Finns ingen snabbfix

Fysisk säkerhet måste gå hand i hand med it-säkerhet. Det anser den före detta Scotland Yard-polisen Charlie MacMurdie som har jagat cyberbrottslingar sedan internets barndom. @2014-11-26 06:03

Kostsam säkerhetsnota för Home Depot

Säkerhetsintrånget i september blir en dyrköpt affär för butiksjätten. @2014-11-26 05:52

Bokjätten Harvard flyttar till Amazon

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

De blir dansk bankleverantör

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

Teknikjätten 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

Ny teknik

Då kan Rosettas landare Philae vakna

Det finns hopp för Rosettas kometlandare Philae. Forskarna tror att den kan vakna när kometen närmar sig solen. Att den hamnade i skuggan vid landningen kan visa sig vara ett turslag. @2014-11-27 13:37

Väska packad med IT

En ny resväska är försedd med mobilladdare, gps och våg. @2014-11-27 13:16

Därför blev det ett slukhål vid Linköpings universitet

- Det hade ju naturligtvis kunnat ske en olycka, säger Göran Carlzon, på Tekniska verken i Linköping, om slukhålet som plötsligt uppstod mitt på universitetsområdet i går kväll. @2014-11-27 12:34

Nu kommer det pumpfria däcket

Däcket som inte behöver pumpas börjar masstillverkas. @2014-11-27 11:52

Förslag i EU-parlamentet: dela Google

I dag vid lunchtid röstar EU-parlamentet om en resolution som går ut på att Google kan behöva stycka bolaget i två delar. @2014-11-27 11:49

Så snabbt ger vindkraften överskott

Hur lång tid tar det innan ett vindkraftverk har betalat tillbaka sig energimässigt? Siemens visar livscykelanalys för fyra olika typer. @2014-11-27 11:23

Ingenjörers jämställdhetsarbete går för långsamt

LEDARE. Förra veckan delades Polhemspriset ut, teknikpriset som ska belöna en innovation på hög nivå eller en genialisk lösning av ett tekniskt problem. Årets pristagare var en värdig vinnare. Men feststämningen vid prisutdelningen dämpades när det stod klart att det bara var män som tilldelades årets olika utmärkelser: Polhemspriset, Lilla Polhemspriset, pris för bästa examensarbete och teknik-SM. @2014-11-27 11:07

Kommittén till Polhemspriset vill ha kvinnliga vinnare

Polhemspriset har sedan 1878 nästan bara tilldelats män. Så också i år. Nu uppmanas allmänheten att nominera fler briljanta kvinnliga ingenjörsidéer. @2014-11-27 11:01

Gopro utevecklar egen drönare

Gopro planerar att tillverka drönare utrustade med företagets egna kameror. @2014-11-27 10:19

Förbifart Stockholm ska upp på bordet igen

Infrastrukturminister Anna Johansson (S) bjuder in Stockholms stad och landstinget i Stockholm för samtal om det omstridda vägbygget Förbifart Stockholm. @2014-11-27 10:12

Twitter tar reda på dina appar

Twitter kommer att ta reda på vilka övriga appar du har i din mobil för att öka träffsäkerheten på innehåll och reklam. @2014-11-27 09:55

”Låt svenskt biobränsle göra flyget klimatsmart”

DEBATT. Sverige lämpar sig väl för produktion av biobränsle för flyg. Men BioJet kostar mer än dubbelt så mycket att producera som vanligt JetA-bränsle. Det krävs att Energimyndigheten, Vinnova, politiken och näringslivet samarbetar för att snabbare gå från idé till storskalig produktion, skriver Anna Wilson, Svenskt Flyg och Ann-Sofie Hörlin, Braathens Aviation. @2014-11-27 09:41

Antares explosion – filmad från startplattan

Nasas forskningsraket Antares exploderade strax efter start. Nu har videomaterial publicerats på olyckan – tagen av flera kameror strax intill startplattan. @2014-11-27 08:49

Slukhål svalde lyktstolpe

Studenter vid Linköpings universitet får titta var de sätter sina fötter. @2014-11-27 08:17

Apple tros dumpa en Iphone

TEKNIKSVEPET. En av Apples Iphones har inte gått så bra som väntat. Här är ett urval av ett de senaste tekniknyheterna. @2014-11-27 07:51

Spotify ökade omsättningen 2013

Spotify, världens största leverantör av strömmad musik, omsatte 746,9 miljoner euro förra året, en uppgång med 74 procent jämfört med 2012. @2014-11-27 07:23

Stelnande protein bakom långsynthet

Att elasticiteten hos ögats lins minskar med åren, och att de flesta som passerat 40-50-årsåldern drabbas av långsynthet och behöver läsglasögon, är väl känt. @2014-11-27 07:06

Börja juletiden med mikrodioder

MACKAPÄRER. På söndag är det första advent igen. Monica Kleja förgyller dagen med lampljus, bak, glögg och kalender. @2014-11-27 07:00

Alla bitar på plats i Boeings mardrömspussel med Dreamliner

EVERETT, SEATTLE. Det skulle spara 20 procent bränsle, men blev tre år försenat. Att bygga det modernaste passagerarplanet var inte så lätt som Boeing trott. Ny Teknik besökte världens största flyplanstillverkare för att reda ut vad som egentligen hände. Och varför. @2014-11-27 06:30

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Toms hardware

OnePlus One Review

The OnePlus One has an off-contract price starting at only $299, but don’t call this smartphone cheap. Hiding behind the OnePlus One’s 5.5-inch HD screen is some high-end hardware. @2014-11-26 09:00

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

NEC EA244UHD 24-Inch Ultra HD Monitor Review

Users seeking maximum pixel density need look no further than a 24-inch Ultra HD screen. We recently looked at Dell’s UP2414Q. Today we’re testing NEC’s EA244UHD. It’s part of the company's business-class line but offers much more than its stablemates. @2014-11-10 09:00

Three Z97 Express Motherboards, $220 To $280, Reviewed

High-end pricing introduces LGA 1150 users to advanced features like three-way SLI, dual networking, integrated Wi-Fi and additional storage. You still can’t get all of that for less than $280 though, so today we seek the best value combination. @2014-11-07 09:00

Sapphire's Vapor-X R9 290X 8GB: The More, The Merrier?

We've waited patiently since we saw this card demoed at CES in the beginning of 2014. Sapphire has finally released the 8GB version of it's Vapor-X R9 290X. Does more memory make us merrier? @2014-11-06 14:00

2014 Mazda5 Sport: Tom's Hardware's Project Car Update

Our project car recently received a few more goodies, including a Goshers Blind Spot Monitoring System, LED interior lighting, a ScanGaugeE OBD-II-based reporting device, new wheels and tires and a quick dyno run for baseline performance benchmarking. @2014-11-03 09:00

Sapphire's ITX Compact R9 285: Good Things In Small Packages

Sapphire provides a compact ITX graphics card for gamers who value small and portable gaming rigs. We put this little graphics card to the test and see if it can stand toe-to-toe with its full-sized contemporaries. @2014-11-01 00:00

Sharp PN-K321 32-Inch Ultra HD Monitor Review: More 4K!

In our continuing coverage of everything 4K, we finally received a sample of Sharp’s PN-K321 32” IGZO monitor, a premium screen that still sells for over $3000. With cheaper TN models coming out, we see if it’s still worth the extra cash to go high-end. @2014-10-30 20:00

Pandora Machine: A Steam Box Made In Italy

Our Tom's Hardware Italy team recently had the chance to interview representatives from Pandora Machine, an Italian Steam Machine builder that plans to introduce its own take on Valve's platform concept, but based on a customized version of Windows 8.1. @2014-10-30 08:00

Team BlackSheep Discovery Pro: Building A $3000 Quadcopter

Is it any surprise that PC enthusiasts also dabble in other technology-driven hobbies? Our editorial team recently purchased a high-end quadcopter to gauge the accessibility of first-person-view flight. Follow along as we build and critique the process. @2014-10-28 08:00

Aorus X7 Pro Notebook Review: GeForce GTX 970M Gets Slim In SLI

Combining the power of two GeForce GTX 970M GPU in a compact chassis, Aorus enables the mobile market with incredible graphics potential. Can its X7 Pro really live up to the firm’s claims of desktop-class performance? @2014-10-27 08:00

In Pictures: 40 Of The Dirtiest PCs You've Ever Seen

Even if you like to get your hands dirty, today's picture story may make you want a shower. Get your latex gloves and liquid air ready. These messes won't be easy to clean up. @2014-10-26 08:00

Cloud Storage Providers: Comparison Of Features And Prices

A comparison of Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and iCloud as well as an overview of each cloud storage provider’s pricing and features. @2014-10-26 03:00

EVGA X99 Micro Motherboard Review: Haswell-E And MicroATX

MicroATX might not seem the obvious platform choice for Intel’s Haswell-E-based processors, but six- and eight-core CPUs are a must-have for some compact system builders. EVGA’s X99 Micro is the first compact LGA 2011-v3 motherboard to hit our benches. @2014-10-23 09:00

2015 Hyundai Sonata: A Refined Entry In A Crowded Segment

We spent a day with Hyundai in Montgomery, Alabama to test out the company's updated 2015 Sonata. Join us as we tour the manufacturing facility and evaluate various trim levels of this mid-sized sedan. @2014-10-20 09:00

Dell P2815Q 28-Inch 4K Ultra HD Monitor Review

Putting a 4K monitor on your desktop means either spending four figures on a 32-inch IGZO screen or going on the cheap with one of the new 28-inch TN-based models. We already reviewed Asus’ PB287Q. Today we look at Dell’s version, the P2815Q. @2014-10-15 21:45

Engadget

European Parliament passes vote asking for Google to be broken up

Earlier this week, there were reports that the European Parliament would recommend that Google search be split off from other parts of the business. Today, the Parliament has passed a vote the effectively confirms that intention. More specifically, t... @2014-11-27 13:17

Nordstrom's smart fitting room helps you find fresh outfits

You've probably had that moment in a store fitting room where you realize you're trying the wrong clothes, but would rather not get dressed again just to check out those pants in a different color. If Nordstrom succeeds with its new eBay-designed fit... @2014-11-27 12:47

Virgin Media customers can now access the Sky Movies Android app

While Virgin Media customers have been able to access Sky Movies and Sky Sports on their iPhone or iPad for over three months now, Android users have been left twiddling their thumbs. Luckily, that wait is now over, for film fans at least, after a ne... @2014-11-27 12:27

Now Moto 360 owners can buy new bands at will

Did you rush to get a Moto 360 as soon as possible, only to realize that you were (temporarily) stuck with the band that came attached to your smartwatch? You can now do something about it. Motorola has started selling both leather and metal bands by... @2014-11-27 11:57

4oD iOS app now supports AirPlay and HDMI mirroring

While Channel 4's 4oD streaming catch-up service will soon get a much-needed revamp, the broadcaster isn't shying away from keeping its current apps updated. In its latest round of iOS improvements, Channel 4 has added support for both HDMI output an... @2014-11-27 11:29

The new Victoria's Secret sports bra connects directly to heart-rate monitors

Sports bras have been one of Victoria's secrets for a while, but the latest model, "Incredible" warrants at least a passing mention here at Engadget. It houses sensors and other connected technology within the fabric, courtesy of Finnish smart fabric... @2014-11-27 10:49

Vinyl certainly isn't dead

With all of the hoo-ha surrounding Taylor Swift's decision to pull her tracks from Spotify, it's easy to forget that downloads and streaming aren't the only ways people get their music. Many still buy CDs, although album sales have nearly halved in f... @2014-11-27 10:03

Adidas adds Microsoft's MixRadio to its miCoach Smart Run watch

It was supposed to be Spotify. Instead, it looks like Adidas will rely elsewhere to get more music for miCoach Smart Run users to listen to during workout sessions. Thanks to a new partnership with MixRadio, Adidas is bringing Nokia's Microsoft's mus... @2014-11-27 10:00

European Union wants Google to extend 'right to be forgotten' worldwide

The European Union wants Google to extend the range and impact of the "right to be forgotten" measures that passed earlier this year. The proposal would take the current limitation of EU-only domains like those ending in ".fr" and ".co.uk," and open ... @2014-11-27 09:01

Opera is working on a subscription-based storefront for apps

For entertainment services such as Netflix and Spotify, the all-you-can-eat model has been tremendously beneficial -- both have racked up millions and millions of subscribers to date. When it comes to offering mobile applications, though, that idea o... @2014-11-27 07:52

Listen to Microsoft Sam sing 'The Piña Colada Song'

Microsoft's Sam has many talents. But what does he do when he's finished helping users install their shiny new copy of Windows XP? Turns out, he kicks back, fixes himself a Piña Colada, and lays down the vocals for perhaps the definitive version of R... @2014-11-27 06:27

LG GizmoPal wearable lets kids call their parents with one button

Even though the wearable space is flooded with a ton of options, most of those are geared toward grown-ups. And, hey, why not let the little ones join the fun too. Earlier this year, LG introduced the KizOn in South Korea, a wearable for children tha... @2014-11-27 04:54

CBS to broadcast your social media posts alongside Macy's parade

CBS' coverage of Macy's parade last year featured viewers' Instagram photos shown on screen -- this year, it's expanding audience's participation even more. The network will use the same service it used in 2013 called Vidpresso, but instead of showin... @2014-11-27 03:35

GoPro is reportedly making camera-equipped drones

It's not enough to simply strap an action camera on your helmet these days; now that you can mount a camera on a drone or get one built-in, aerial sports footage is the way to go. And GoPro knows it, apparently. The Wall Street Journal hears that GoP... @2014-11-27 02:58

Engadget Daily: Deepak Chopra, the deal with Black Friday, and more

It's the night before Thanksgiving, and that means you're probably cooking, chatting with relatives and formulating your epic Black Friday attack plan. Need some help? No problem. We rounded up all the best tech deals available this holiday season. R... @2014-11-27 01:26

Ubisoft apologizes for 'Assassin's Creed' bugs with free add-ons and games

Ubisoft may not have a way to turn back time and release Assassin's Creed Unity without a slew of glitches, but it's at least trying to make amends to jilted gamers. The studio has announced that it's giving every Unity owner a free copy of the upcom... @2014-11-26 23:55

What to get when you've got a budding hipster in your life

It's that time of year again! You know, the one when you have to hand over your hard-earned cash or dole out the credit card digits to get the loved ones in your life a little something celebratory. Lucky you, we've got a slew of great recommendation... @2014-11-26 23:00

AT&T tells FCC its threat to halt fiber rollout is only for new projects

AT&T isn't backing down from its threat to halt its fiber rollout, which was a not-so-subtle jab at President Obama's pro-net neutrality / Title II comments earlier this month. Following an FCC inquiry about that announcement, AT&T said in a letter t... @2014-11-26 22:40

Twitter will track which apps you use on your phone

It's no secret that Twitter has been looking for ways to put more targeted ads in your social feed, but its latest approach may make you uncomfortable if you jealously protect your privacy. The service has revealed that its app will start tracking wh... @2014-11-26 21:49

Squeezing into OMsignal's smart shirt of the future

Thanksgiving is a time to remember things to be grateful for, stuff yourself with turkey and watch MST3k re-runs. But what happens the following day, when you wake up with a meat hangover that could kill a horse? That's the moment you'll stumble onli... @2014-11-26 21:17

US warns about spyware that many believe it wrote

Want to see a classic example of irony? Head to the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) website. The government security group has issued a public warning about Regin... you know, the extra-sophisticated malware that many suspect the US wrote... @2014-11-26 20:38

Black Friday: a brief history of madness and discounts

Finally! It's the time of year once more when Americans line up outside of major retail outlets at absurdly early hours in an effort to score the lowest prices on all manner of consumer goods. Looking for a washer/dryer on the cheap? How about a Sams... @2014-11-26 20:00

OnePlus is opening a retail store in China

Still haven't scored an invitation for a OnePlus One, and missed out on the rare public sales? You may want to book a flight to China. OnePlus has revealed its first-ever retail shop, which will officially open in Beijing on December 20th. As you mig... @2014-11-26 19:16

US courts hope an old law will help them bypass phone encryption

Federal law enforcement might not be having much success pushing for laws that require a security backdoor on your phone, but that doesn't mean it's out of options. Judges (including one who published an opinion on a New York fraud case) have been le... @2014-11-26 18:37

Engadget's Black Friday 2014 roundup

Yes, it's once more time for Black Friday -- that beloved (and sometimes dreaded) day when you can brave crowded stores in hopes of scoring deals on gadgets that would otherwise be out of your reach. But who's offering the sweetest bargains? Never fe... @2014-11-26 18:00

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