Computer sweden

Nu är det Intel som gäller hos Unisys

Unisys har lanserat ett antal nya servrar som alla bygger på Intels processorer i stället för den egna cmos-serien. @2015-05-26 16:06

Därför läcker företagen som såll - de sex vanligaste säkerhetsbristerna

Företagen lever i en värld med ständig ökande osäkerhet. Ju fler och bättre säkerhetsverktyg, desto mer benägna blir cyberkriminella att hitta nya vägar. Här är de vanligaste säkerhetsbristerna, enligt amerikanska tidningen CSO. @2015-05-26 14:46

Med ett öppnare Microsoft blir konferensen Devsum bredare

Efter ett visionärt huvudtal tog konkreta teknikspår över på konferensen Devsum. Med fokus på utvecklare i Microsoft-sfären finns det plats för allt från Windows 10-utveckling till Javascript. @2015-05-26 10:25

Mobildata en guldgruva för operatörerna - nu sprängs 10-miljardersvallen

Operatörerna ökade mobildataintäkterna med 20 procent förra året, och de är nu på väg att spränga tio miljarderkronorsvallen. Men det är datorer med mobilt bredband - inte smartmobiler - som tuggar i sig överlägset mest data i mobilnäten. @2015-05-26 06:35

Blackberry fortsätter skära - nu ska flera verksamheter slås ihop

Blackberry planerar att dra ner sin smarttelefonverksamhet. Antalet som drabbas är ännu oklart. @2015-05-25 15:33

Tre textredigerare sticker ut för Javascript

Gratisprogrammet Brackets är ett bra alternativ för Javascriptutveckling, men om man öppnar plånboken lite finns det snabbare alternativ som Sublime Text och Textmate. @2015-05-25 14:12

Bluffmejl från Skatteverket sprider virus

Skadlig kod sprids just nu via ett massutskick av bluffmejl där Skatteverket uppges som avsändare varnar säkerhetsföretag. @2015-05-25 13:21

Klyftan mellan EMC och Cisco växer

Relationen mellan bolagen blir allt mer ansträngd efter nya uppgifter om att EMC inte kommer att använda Ciscos bladservrar i serien Vxrack. @2015-05-25 11:04

Gåtan Google

"Marknaden för infrastrukturtjänster, där Google var sent ute och är svaga, är klart större än den för plattformstjänster." @2015-05-25 10:18

Miljarder på spel när vården moderniseras - han leder det historiska riskprojektet

Det är det i särklass största och mest omtalade projektet inom svensk vård-it någonsin. Daniel Forslund är politikern som ska lotsa mångmiljardprojektet i hamn. @2015-05-25 06:36

Ett smart hundhalsband och en dundermus. Djuriskt coola grejer i veckans prylsvep.

Computer Swedens Mats Karlsson håller koll på de hetaste prylarna just nu. @2015-05-24 08:10

Grattis Java! Kungen bland språk fyller 20 år i dag.

Språket och plattformen Java börjar bli till åren, men är fortfarande högst relevant. Det handlar inte bara en dominerande etablerad teknik, utan också om stora förhoppningar inför framtiden. @2015-05-23 06:28

Hur många pengar finns i molnet? Exakt 10 miljarder kronor.

Marknaden för publika molntjänster i Norden sprängde 10 miljarderkronorsvallen under fjolåret, enligt en ny analys från IDC. Undersökningsföretaget spår tvåsiffriga tillväxttal under de kommande åren framöver. @2015-05-22 15:57

Microsoft smyger ut Office-funktioner

Office 2016 finns nu i en förhandsversion men flera av nyheterna rullas ut i mindre steg. En av de nya funktionerna är Clutter som ska se till att hålla ordning på inkorgen i Outlook. @2015-05-22 15:24

Tecken från USA visar på att uppköpstrenden är på väg att avta

I USA gick det totala värdet av teknikförvärv ner under första kvartalet. Detsamma gäller börsnoteringarna i it-sektorn. @2015-05-22 10:08

I framtiden kan väntrummet vara en helt annan upplevelse. Men än är det långt dit.

Tänk dig att du bokar läkarbesöket i mobilen, checkar in i en kiosk på vårdcentralen och sedan får löpande information om hur lång tid det är kvar när du sitter och väntar. Lösningarna finns, men vårdsektorn är hopplöst efter. @2015-05-22 06:06

Automatiska test hittar fel som inte finns. Här är åtta tips för smidigare systembyggen.

Ett problem med automatiserade byggprocesser under utveckling är att tester rapporterar fel som inte finns. Här är åtta tips att undvika det. @2015-05-21 13:44

Datahallsbyggare vill bli betraktade på nya sätt

Företag som Coromatic, Sungard och Interxion vill alla bredda sin verksamhet och inte bara framstå som datahallsadministratörer. Det är en trend som svenska Enaco hakar på i en satsning där man åtar sig att sköta driften åt sina kunder. @2015-05-21 10:22

Vinnaren i Excel-SM: "Man är ju perfektionist"

Att lösa krångliga formler på tid var bara ett av momenten när Patrik von Knorring blev svensk mästare i Excel. Det blev ont om tid under tävlingen, men han lyckades bäst av 240 tävlande. @2015-05-21 09:58

Rikets säkerhet står på spel. Säpo hårdgranskar dig. Vågar du jobba för hemliga sektorn?

Det finns en sektor som är svårare för it-leverantörer att komma in på än alla andra - den hemliga. @2015-05-21 06:02

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Toms hardware

IPVanish VPN Service Review

In addition to our own test results and experiences, we're also providing a reader-based assessment of leading VPN service IPVanish. @2015-05-26 21:00

Asus GeForce GTX 960 Strix OC Edition Review

With Asus' celebrated DirectCU II cooling, an attractive price tag and Nvidia's GM206 GPU, the GeForce GTX 960 Strix OC Edition has all the makings of a winner. @2015-05-26 09:00

Hide My Ass! VPN Service Review

Our readers have weighed in with their own assessments of popular VPN Service HMA!, to which we’ve added our own hands-on test results. @2015-05-25 21:00

Intel 750 Series 400GB Versus Samsung SM951 512GB

We're pitting Intel's 400GB SSD 750 against Samsung's 512GB SM951 because they're the fastest PCIe-based drives in their respective categories today. @2015-05-25 09:00

BenQ XL2730Z 27-inch FreeSync Monitor Review

For our first chance to examine AMD’s FreeSync, BenQ sent us its brand-new XL2730Z, and we’re running it through our demanding suite. @2015-05-24 09:00

Fractal Design Edison M Series 750W Power Supply Review

Fractal Design teams up with Seasonic in the new Edison M line, which includes a powerful 750W, 80 PLUS Gold PSU with a semi-modular cabling design. @2015-05-23 09:00

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 sports a big, high-quality screen; large, removable battery; speedy processor; stylus; and specialized software for power users. @2015-05-22 09:00

Wireless Range Extender 101

Learn the basics of wireless range extenders, how the underlying technology works, and what to consider before you make a purchase. @2015-05-21 21:00

Zalman Z11 Neo ATX Case Review

With more radiator space and a more-modern design, does Zalman’s Z11 Neo have the combination of cool and quiet to get our stamp of approval? @2015-05-20 09:00

Geil Super Luce DDR4-3400 16GB Quad-Channel Kit Review

Geil wants to bring us the best of everything, from looks to speed to timings, all in a single package. Can it succeed where other “deluxe” modules have failed? @2015-05-19 10:00

Tom's IT Pro: HGST Ultrastar He8 8TB HDD Review

Join us as we put HGST's 8TB Ultrastar He8 under the Tom's IT Pro microscope. How does it fare against competing high-capacity enterprise HDDs? @2015-05-18 22:00

Kingston HyperX Predator 480GB m.2 PCIe SSD Review

Today we review Kingston's HyperX Predator m.2 PCIe SSD - the first commercially available drive based on Marvel's 88SS9293 "Altaplus" controller. @2015-05-18 09:00

Enermax Digifanless 550W Power Supply Review

Enermax Digifanless is the first passive PSU with digital control and monitoring circuits with customization of functions. The Platinum efficiency and the fully-modular cabling design are the cherry on top. @2015-05-17 09:00

Nexus 6 Performance With Android 5.1

Does the Android 5.1 update bring performance and battery life improvements to the Nexus 6? @2015-05-16 09:00

Antec P70 ATX Mid-Tower Case Review

Antec’s latest low-cost chassis carries the company's gaming hardware-oriented “Performance” moniker, but can it really perform? We find out. @2015-05-15 09:00

Three Sub-$100 LGA1150 Mini-ITX Motherboards

Today we have three cheap LGA1150 Mini-ITX motherboards in the lab: ASRock's H81M-ITX and H97M--ITX/ac, as well as Gigabyte's B85N Phoenix-WiFi. @2015-05-14 09:00

802.11ac Wi-Fi Router Testing: Interference And Workloads

We've explored the performance of 802.11ac routers before, but ended up with more questions than before we started. Today's piece revisits some of your feedback with real data from our lab. @2015-05-13 09:00

be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 850W Power Supply Review

The new Dark Power Pro 11 series is be quiet!'s flagship. We tested the 850W model, but the entire series is 80 PLUS Platinum certified. @2015-05-12 09:01

Samsung SM951 128GB And 256GB SSD Review

Samsung's SM951 is the hottest storage product on the market. Today we look at the two smaller versions, both of which still perform better than SATA. @2015-05-11 09:00

NEC PA322UHD 32-Inch Ultra HD Monitor Review

We haven’t seen any new IGZO UHD panels for a while, but NEC surprised us with its PA322UHD. Priced at the level of a precision instrument, it promises accuracy with a factory calibration. Today we test it in our labs. @2015-05-10 09:00

Best Newegg Deals

Each week, Tom’s Hardware sifts through numerous Newegg deals to find the ones we believe are the most interesting to readers and offer the best value. @2015-05-08 09:00

MSI X99S SLI Plus Motherboard Review

How does MSI’s lowest-priced X99 motherboard compare to more "mainstream” parts? With even cheap X99 boards priced over $190, can we call any mainstream? @2015-05-07 09:00

Best SSDs For The Money: May 2015

This month brings a long overdue update to our best SSD list. We say goodbye to older 128GB-class models, and pave the way for new m.2 PCIe SSDs that we start listing next month. @2015-05-06 09:00

Best Computer Monitors: May 2015

After rigorous testing, we conferred awards on these displays as the best in class for the following segments: gaming, business, professional, Ultra HD, ultra-wide and jumbo. @2015-05-05 09:00

Best Computer Memory: May 2015

Here are the best performing RAM kits we’ve tested: computer memory that’s ideal for gaming, video editing and graphics-heavy applications. @2015-05-04 21:00

Best Motherboards: May 2015

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. @2015-05-04 09:00

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: May 2015

A handful of entry-level Pentium and Core i3 CPUs surfaced last month, and one earns a place on our list of recommendations. We're also adding a new Core i5 and Haswell-based Xeon as options worth consideration. @2015-05-03 18:00

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: May 2015

Only a few weeks remain before Computex 2015 kicks off in Taipei, Taiwan. Is the gaming graphics card market poised to heat up? Based on the past month of silence from both AMD and Nvidia, it'd be fair to bet that both companies have imminent plans. @2015-05-02 21:00

Crucial MX200 1TB SSD Review

Crucial's new MX200 doubles the available capacity of the previous model and brings new form factors to the MX family. @2015-04-30 09:00

Monoprice G-Pro 30-Inch 120Hz IPS Gaming Monitor Review

So far we’ve only had the chance to test one 120Hz IPS monitor, Overlord’s X270OC. Now Monoprice has brought its G-Pro 120Hz 30-inch 16:10 screen to the fast IPS party. Today we see how it performs in our benchmark suite. @2015-04-29 09:00

Engadget

Nintendo asks you to pay what you want for indie games

Nintendo's been going through some serious growing pains on its path to the modern era of console gaming but with this latest step it's actually beating Microsoft and Sony to the punch for once. The Japanese gaming company is running a Humble Bundle.... @2015-05-27 04:45

Adult Swim makes virtual reality even weirder

Virtual reality's notion of strapping a display to your head is already a bit weird by itself, but Adult Swim just took that strangeness to a new level. The network's Virtual Brainload app for Android invites you to grab a Google Cardboard viewer and... @2015-05-27 03:58

Air Force certifies SpaceX to bid for military space missions

Making peace with US Air Force and dropping charges against the agency has paid off for SpaceX. Its Falcon 9 rocket has finally been certified, giving the company the right to compete for national security launches. Elon Musk's space corp has passed ... @2015-05-27 03:26

Motion-sensing 'PomPom Mirror' recreates your likeness in fur

If you're tired of your ugly mug staring back from across the bathroom sink every morning, just install this furry silhouetting mirror from New York-based artist Daniel Rozin. He built it for the Descent With Modification exhibit at NYC's bitforms ga... @2015-05-27 02:44

'Mad Max' the game has crazy cars, murder and a story

The "Savage Road" story trailer suggests that there's a deeper tale behind all of the desert-drenched road rage and creative killing in the Mad Max video game. Apparently, that story is about a dude looking for a car, finding a car, kissing a lady an... @2015-05-27 02:02

PlayStation Plus gets an answer to Xbox Live's subscriber-only sales

Sony has long been willing to discount certain PlayStation games if you're a Plus subscriber, but it hasn't offered the certainty of Xbox Live's Deals With Gold. You don't know that you're going to get a steady stream of bargains, especially not for ... @2015-05-27 01:05

Thieves steal tax data for 100,000 from an IRS website

You might need to keep a closer eye than usual on your tax-related info. The Internal Revenue Service is warning that intruders stole tax data for 100,000 people between February and May by taking advantage of a flaw in the agency's transcript websit... @2015-05-27 00:14

WTF, 'Clickbait' and 'Emoji' are now officially words?

As the English language continues to evolve in response the internet's cultural onslaught, Merriam-Webster has announced that it's adding a host of new net-centric terms to its pages. In fact, the dictionary company has recently added a total of 1,70... @2015-05-26 23:32

Marvel's universe gets a dedicated search engine for comic queries

Since Marvel opened up its API to developers, creative types are able to leverage the company's massive comic library for apps and the like. One dev, Filix Mogilevsky, took it upon himself to create a search engine for the collection of characters an... @2015-05-26 22:37

NASA picks the scientific tools it'll use to study Europa

NASA is convinced that Jupiter's moon Europa is worth visiting, and for good reason: its icy surface could be hiding a giant ocean friendly to life. The agency is going to need the right equipment if it's going to verify its theories, however, which ... @2015-05-26 22:18

Microsoft's apps will ship with Android tablets from LG and Sony

If you thought Microsoft's app deal with Samsung was surprising... well, that's just the tip of the iceberg. The Windows maker has reached agreements to bundle its apps and services on Android tablets from 20 companies. Most of these firms are small ... @2015-05-26 21:57

Google to create 'universal access for people with disabilities'

One billion people worldwide live with a physical or developmental disability. And for those in developing nations, many of these disabilities dictate a life of social and economic marginalization. But Google's doing something about it. The company a... @2015-05-26 21:38

What's on tap for Google at I/O 2015

We're coming down to the wire now: Google I/O 2015 is just a few days away, and we'll be liveblogging and reporting from the ground as soon as the festivities begin. Don't let its reputation as a developer bonanza fool you, though. There's going to b... @2015-05-26 21:00

Fire breaks out at Apple facility in Arizona

An Apple building in Arizona is on fire, and a live stream from local news station ABC 15 shows crews on site, as well as a burning roof full of scorched solar panels. Based on the location, it appears to be the facility Apple purchased from sapphire... @2015-05-26 20:55

JXE Streams: 'Splatoon' seduces us with squids and squirt guns

I couldn't resist Nintendo's Splatoon when I saw it for the first time at E3 2014. Squids with squirt guns locked in a summery battle to cover skate parks in neon ink? With a premise so weird and wonderful all on its own, I probably would have loved ... @2015-05-26 20:30

Time-traveling detective game 'D4' hits PC on June 5th

D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is a wonderfully strange detective game with a twist: There's a bullet lodged in your skull that allows you to touch certain objects and travel back in their timelines, to places and events pivotal to their existence. As a h... @2015-05-26 20:15

Facebook tests critic reviews in your restaurant searches

Ever had a Facebook friend rave about a restaurant, only to find out that it leaves your own tastebuds underwhelmed? Facebook might just come to your rescue. It's experimenting with a feature that adds critic reviews to certain restaurant pages in Ne... @2015-05-26 19:40

The US Air Force hopes to recruit you with a virtual reality game

The US Air Force has an interesting dilemma: how do you convey the thrill of flying a fighter jet to potential recruits without taking them on a very expensive trip? Virtual reality, apparently. The military branch is teaming up with Reel FX on Air F... @2015-05-26 19:00

Comcast says Charter/TWC deal 'makes all the sense in the world'

If Comcast had any bitter feelings about the collapse of its Time Warner Cable merger, following today's announcement of a $55 billion Charter/Time Warner deal, it's not making them public. "This deal makes all the sense in the world," Comcast CEO Br... @2015-05-26 18:44

Researchers use an app to predict GPA based on smartphone use

What a person does on their phone call tell you a lot about them -- including their GPA. Researchers from Dartmouth College and the University of Texas at Austin have developed an app that tracks smartphone activity to compute a grade point average t... @2015-05-26 18:15

Here's how Apple's Force Touch might work on the next iPhone

We've been hearing for months that Apple's upcoming iPhone models will be force-sensitive, just like the Apple Watch and its newer MacBook trackpads. Now we have an idea of how the company's "Force Touch" technology -- which enables pressure sensitiv... @2015-05-26 17:44

LG and Huawei are reportedly making Google's Nexus phones this year

If you were disappointed that your only choice for a new, official Google phone last year was the gargantuan Nexus 6, you'll be glad to hear that 2015 could be very different. Android Police sources have elaborated on previous rumors with word that b... @2015-05-26 17:20

Korg brings its classic M1 synthesizer to the iPad

If you're fond making classic synth sounds with your iPad, Korg offers quite the library of apps that'll do just that. As of this week, there's a new addition: the M1 digital synthesizer and music workstation. The "complete reproduction" of the instr... @2015-05-26 16:40

The NSA wants to identify phone users by their finger swipes

For the National Security Agency, the fingerprint reader on your smartphone just isn't secure enough. Lockheed Martin has confirmed to Nextgov that the intelligence outfit is testing Mandrake, an identification system that verifies who you are based ... @2015-05-26 16:12

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