Computer sweden

Dagens HIT-bolag: Solus

Här listar vi de nominerade bolagen till Computer Swedens lista över snabbväxarna i It-Sverige: HIT-bolagen. Dagens företag är Solus som gör kommunikationslösningar. @2014-10-25 12:00

Väderleksak för innesittaren

Är du nyfiken på vilket väder det är ute men är rädd för att gå ut och hamna i en regnstorm? Kew Kawamoto har byggt lösningen för dig. @2014-10-25 11:00

Revolution på Tekniska museet

Det började med datorer som byggsatser, entusiaster och forskning. Nu kan vi alla bli digitala kreatörer. Computer Sweden har besökt Tekniska museets utställning Digital revolution. @2014-10-25 10:00

Pia Plopp: "Vik hädan alla gamla femmor – sexan är här"

Hantera ett oldfashioned telefonsamtal kan lösas med en simpel lur för ett par hundringar, skriver Pia Plopp. @2014-10-24 16:51

Experten: "Javascript ska tillbaka till rötterna"

De som styr över Javascript vill att språket ska tillbaka till skaparen Brendan Eichs ursprungliga intentioner. Ambitionen är att tona ner inflytandet från Java. @2014-10-24 16:49

De har kassan full av Linux

Linux må ha uppförsbacke på kontoren men både Red Hat och Suse Linux blir allt mer populära som kassasystem. Nu satsar bland annat H&M stenhårt på operativsystemet. @2014-10-24 13:00

Facebook släpper anonym chattapp

Rooms låter användarna chatta anonymt. @2014-10-24 06:52

Uppåt för marknadsföringsprogram

Marknadsföringsmjukvara hettar till ordentligt, spår IDC. @2014-10-24 06:32

Philip Morris tänder på Wipro

Tobaksjätten Philip Morris International, PMI, låter outsourcingleverantören Wipro hantera dess infrastruktur under en femårsperiod. @2014-10-24 06:17

Amazon tyngs av svårsålda Fire-telefoner

Amazon ökar försäljningen, men samtidigt växer förlusterna. @2014-10-24 06:04

Mångmiljonupphandling när SLL byter avtal

Stockholms läns landstings sex leverantörer av it-drift och it-förvaltning ska bli max tre. En upphandling värd flera hundra miljoner kronor. @2014-10-24 06:00

Nokia drar ned Microsofts vinst

Microsofts omsättning ökade 25 procent under senaste kvartalet, men vinsten sjönk som en följd av kostnader för köpet av Nokias mobilenhet. @2014-10-24 05:44

Minsta Xeonservern hittills

HP lanserade nyligen en kompakt server med Armprocessor och nu kommer en liknande modell med Xeon. I en 20 centimeter hög låda får man plats för 45 servrar. @2014-10-23 17:01

Hans uppgift: att coacha Nadella

Microsofts styrelseordförande John Thompson har förmodligen en av it-världens mäktigaste positioner. Själv tonar han gärna ner sin roll. @2014-10-23 15:52

Nytt protokoll låter användarna sköta integritetsskyddet

Mängder av integritetsintrång sker med hjälp av ny teknik, men enligt forskare så är det inte den underliggande tekniken som brister utan användandet. @2014-10-23 15:50

Amazon öppnar nytt – i Frankfurt

I dag tillkännagav Amazon att en ny teknisk region för företagets molnplattform öppnas i Frankfurt i Tyskland. Det innebär att det nu finns två tekniska regioner i EU. @2014-10-23 15:48

Här är tipsen för att hitta säkerhetsexperterna

Bristen på säkerhetsansvariga är stor och ökar snabbt. Här är fem säkerhetstips från den amerikanska tidningen CSO som gör sökandet enklare. @2014-10-23 15:12

Burken som är klar på en kvart

HP är på gång med företagets första enhet som bygger på konceptet hyperkonvergerad infrastruktur. Här ska man kunna skapa virtuella maskiner bara minuter efter strömmen slagits på. @2014-10-23 14:35

"IBM förvägrar sig själv it-marknadens godbitar"

Det blåser kalla vindar runt IBM. Enligt Computer Swedens Lars Danielsson får bolaget räkna med en betydligt tuffare period framöver. @2014-10-23 13:40

Hackarnas älskling kartlägger internet

Shodan är sökmotorn som letar upp allt från ishallens styrsystem till din hemmarouter. Nu vill mannen bakom spakarna hitta fler användningsområden för sin nätkarta. @2014-10-23 13:00

Ny teknik

Vampyrerna kommer!

TEKNIKHISTORIA. Den 4 juni 1946 var en stor dag för svenskt flyg. Då kom de första reaktionsdrivna flygplanen till Sverige. Tre J 28 de Havilland Vampire susade in över Bråvallaflottiljen utanför Norrköping. Det var inledningen till en helt ny era för Flygvapnet, skriver Lennart Berns, som själv var Vampirepilot under 1960-talet. @2014-10-25 08:00

Hitlers raket blev startskottet för rea

TEKNIKHISTORIA. Den 13 juni 1944 hördes en kraftig explosion över Bäckebo i Småland. Hitlers V2-raket hade nått Sverige. Svenska experter granskade det tyska supervapnet. Rapporten och vrakdelarna lämnades sedan ut till engelsmännen, vilket bäddade för moderna, engelska reaplan till svenska Flygvapnet. @2014-10-25 08:00

PTS hemlighöll pm om datalagring

PTS generaldirektör Göran Marby ansåg att det var "olämpligt" att skicka myndighetens tolkning av EU:s datalagringsdom till Justitieutskottet. Då skulle den ju bli offentlig och det ville man inte. @2014-10-24 16:52

Så mycket ska ryggsäcken väga

En studie visar att lätta personer kan bära tyngre bördor än de som väger mer. @2014-10-24 16:33

Klart riva reaktor i Studsvik

Kärnreaktorerna R2 och R2-0 i Studsvik har fått klartecken av strålsäkerhetsmyndigheten att rivas. R2 togs i drift 1960. @2014-10-24 16:04

Få motion med vandrande möten

En tredjedel av oss sitter still 4-8 timmar per dag. Lösningen: Gående möte. @2014-10-24 16:01

Studentlyor på kompakta tio kvadrat

Loftsäng, kök, matplats och toalett – på blott tio kvadratmeter. I Lund har det byggts 22 kompaktlägenheter för studenter med en månadshyra på 2 500 kronor. @2014-10-24 15:41

Kinesisk farkost ska runda månen

Kina har skickat sin första farkost mot månen, ett steg som ses som en viktig del i Pekings ambitiösa rymdprogram som syftar till att sätta en kines på månen. @2014-10-24 14:58

Rysk ubåt passerade Öresund

En rysk ubåt, eskorterad av en rysk bogserbåt, passerade under förmiddagen Öresund, uppger Sjöfartsverket. @2014-10-24 14:52

Försvarsmakten: Så ska vi analysera information från jakten

Stora mängder teknisk information som Försvarsmakten samlat in under marinens underrättelseoperation ska nu gås igenom. @2014-10-24 13:59

Sverige bäst på att undvika antibiotika

Sverige är bäst i EU när det gäller att hålla nere användningen av antibiotika till djur. Det visar en ny rapport från den Europeiska läkemedelsmyndigheten. @2014-10-24 13:08

Frisk av stamceller i egna blodet

Två matskedar blod och en byggnadsställning. Det är allt som behövs för att odla fram ett kroppseget blodkärl på en vecka. Vid Sahlgrenska universitetssjukhuset har två små barn räddats med den nya tekniken. @2014-10-24 13:02

Induktionsvärmare för porslin

Med en ny induktionshäll kan man värma vätskor i kärl av porslin och glas. @2014-10-24 12:39

Sex av tio billiga bilbarnstolar underkändes

Sex av tio bilbarnstolar i prisklassen under 70 euro underkändes i en tysk test nyligen. @2014-10-24 12:23

400 nya miljoner till solel

Regeringen skjuter till nya bidragspengar till personer som installerar solceller. 400 miljoner kronor extra till solel ska fördelas de närmaste fyra åren. @2014-10-24 10:55

Se världens största fyrverkeri

Ett japanskt företag har tillverkat världens tyngsta fyrverkeripjäs. @2014-10-24 10:48

Oro när Daimler säljer Tesla

Daimlers beslut att sälja sitt innehav av Teslaaktier har satt igång spekulationer om skärpt konkurrens. @2014-10-24 10:14

Försvarsmakten: Vi hittade ingen ubåt

Marinen bedömer att ”en trolig främmande undervattensverksamhet” opererat långt in i Stockholms skärgård. - Själv är jag inne på det är någon typ av farkost, säger konteramiral Anders Grenstad. Vad det än varit  är det nu borta från svenskt vatten. @2014-10-24 10:10

Skrotbilen blir koppargruva

Walters Bildelar utanför Falkenberg investerar i ny teknik för att slita loss koppar ur skrotbilar. @2014-10-24 10:02

Regeringens bilpolitik får kritik

Konkreta satsningar för att nå en fossiloberoende fordonsflotta saknas i regeringens budget. Det anser Mattias Goldmann på 2030-sekretariatet. @2014-10-24 09:36

Toms hardware

Best Computer Monitors: October 2014

After rigorous testing, we’re happy to award these displays as the best in their respective classes: gaming, business, touchscreen and jumbo. @2014-10-25 04:00

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

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: October 2014

This month witnesses the introduction of new budget-oriented AMD Athlon X4 860K and Intel Pentium G3250 processors, along with a surprising number of price adjustments from both camps. Even still, our list of recommendations goes relatively unscathed. @2014-10-21 19:15

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

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: October 2014

We talk about the new GeForce GTX 970 and 980 in this months update, and see how these disruptive products have changed the price landscape. We also talkn about the GeForce GTX 970M, 980M, and discuss rumors of upcoming products. @2014-10-17 08:20

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

Best Motherboards For The Money: October 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. @2014-10-14 11:00

VisionTek CryoVenom R9 295X2: Two GPUs In One Slot

VisionTek recently introduced its CryoVenom R9 295X2, a dual-GPU graphics card that squeezes into a single PCIe expansion slot thanks to a thin and effective water block with impressive thermal performance. But is the board worth its price premium? @2014-10-13 09:00

APC's Current-Gen SurgeArrest: A Modern Tear-Down

After our first tear-down, APC wanted to send in a modern equivalent to demonstrate the company's dedication to quality. Follow along as we tear open another power strip and dig deep into its electrical composition. @2014-10-09 09:00

Epson Moverio BT-200 Augmented Reality Glasses Review

Epson proves that Augmented Reality is here and starting to deliver on its promise. The Moverio 200 glasses are far from perfect, however, and the applications are just emerging. @2014-10-08 09:00

How To Calibrate Your HDTV

You've already seen our instructional guides for calibrating computer monitors. In today's story, we help get you started dialing your HDTV as well. From beginner to expert, we have you covered with a handful of different approaches. @2014-10-06 23:00

Nvidia Shield Tablet And Shield Controller Review

The Shield Tablet, powered by Nvidia’s Tegra K1 SoC, deftly handles browsing and media playback duties. Combining it with the wireless Shield Controller transforms the 8-inch device into an exciting mobile gaming platform. @2014-10-03 21:00

Windows 10: The Major New Features, In Pictures

Two days ago Microsoft unveiled the first draft of the successor to Windows 8, once codenamed "Threshold", now officially dubbed "Windows 10". @2014-10-02 11:00

How To Choose A Motherboard: A Guide For Beginners

Motherboards are a critical piece of PC hardware. Learn how to choose a model that's compatible with your existing components, or right for your next build.​ @2014-10-01 10:10

Steiger Dynamics Maven Pure Custom PC Review: Game In Silence

Steiger Dynamics builds ultra-quiet systems that can do-it-all from the living room. The Maven Pure Custom could be the answer to all of your home-theater needs, but are you really ready to ask the question? @2014-09-30 09:00

Best Of The Best, Part 3: Who Makes The Most Elite PC Case?

We continue our search for the best combination of quality, finish and features with three more cases. Do any meet our Elite criterion? @2014-09-29 09:00

AOC G2770PQU 27-Inch 144Hz Gaming Monitor Review

Today we’re looking at AOC’s other 144Hz gaming display, the G2770PQU. It delivers a 27” image at 1920x1080 resolution through a TN panel. With speedy G-Sync-capable monitors starting to emerge, is the tech still a relevant choice? We find out today. @2014-09-27 21:30

System Builder Marathon Q3 2014: System Value Compared

We looked at our previous-quarter builds, assessed their weaknesses, and made our upgrades. Each builder found better value by holding the line on price. Today, we find out which machine balances performance and cost most effectively. @2014-09-26 21:00

System Builder Marathon Q3 2014: High-End Performance PC

Today’s high-end build adds a little muscle to last quarter’s parts list thanks to Devil's Canyon and a little bit of luck. Will a $1600 machine finally score big wins in both value and performance? A compelling value chart suggests yes. @2014-09-25 21:00

System Builder Marathon Q3 2014: Mainstream Enthusiast PC

Don changes his focus this month, putting an emphasis on host processor performance rather than graphics potential. Does his gamble pay off in our benchmark suite, or does Intel's improved Devil's Canyon design leave him short of previous greatness? @2014-09-24 21:00

System Builder Marathon Q3 2014: Budget Gaming PC

Paul Henningsen kicks off our System Builder Marathon with a stunning low-cost system that leans on Intel's Pentium G3258 processor, a Radeon R9 270 graphics card, and plenty of DDR3 memory. His hardware costs add up to just over $500, too! @2014-09-23 21:00

AMD FX-8370E Review: Pulling The Handbrake For More Efficiency

Going more slowly is more efficient. That’s what AMD must have thought when they designed its new FX-8370E processor, thus closing a gap in the company's line-up. We evaluate whether this CPU is really more efficient and what happens when we overclock it. @2014-09-22 21:00

2015 Dodge Challenger: Old School Fun With Up To 707 Hp

We spent a day in Oregon to drive the 2015 Dodge Challenger family around surface streets, ending up at Portland International Raceway. After auditioning the entire model range, we got a good feel for the latest refresh to Dodge's iconic muscle car. @2014-09-21 23:00

HP Z27x Dreamcolor Professional Display Review

HP's new Z27x DreamColor supports all the important color gamuts and carries some distinctly unique features. This screen simply blows us away. @2014-09-20 09:00

Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 And 980 Review: Maximum Maxwell

Nvidia shows us what second-gen Maxwell architecture can do with its new GM204 chip and the GeForce GTX 970 and 980 graphics cards that wield it. @2014-09-19 14:00

Three-Way X99 LGA 2011-v3 ATX Motherboard Shootout

Buyers of Intel's X99 platform, which supports Intel's Haswell-E and new DDR4 memory, were probably prepared to pay a premium for mid-market boards. Are any of these $240 to $300 models worthy of Intel’s latest CPUs? @2014-09-18 09:00

Tom's Hardware's Haswell-E-Based Builder Sweepstakes

We're ready to give away 10 Haswell-E CPUs and as many Intel SSDs. How do you enter to win? Check out these 11 systems put together by some of the top builders, all based the new Core i7 processors, and let us know which ones you like best! @2014-09-16 09:00

NEC E232WMT 23-Inch Touchscreen Monitor Review

When Windows 8 added 10-point multi-touch support, we expected a flood of desktop touchscreen monitors to hit the market. That hasn’t happened yet but NEC is making maximum effort with the E232WMT. Today we check it out in our lab. @2014-09-11 02:00

Tear-Down: Let's Take a Trip Inside A UPS

In response to our power bar tear-down, many of you asked to see a UPS receive the same treatment. So, today, we go on a tour inside a vintage APC BX1000. @2014-09-09 09:00

Intel Xeon E5-2600 V3 Review: Haswell-EP Redefines Fast

We compare three generations of Intel's Xeon E5-2690 processors, plus the flagship Xeon E5-2699 v3 to see how Haswell-EP affects the datacenter. @2014-09-08 18:30

Engadget

Robotic hand uses the power of static electricity to pick up objects

A cheap robotic hand developed by a company called Grabit offers something most of the other mechanical limbs we've seen before don't: the ability to pick up objects using electrostatic attraction. Even if you're not familiar with term, you've likely... @2014-10-25 13:18

Amazon has made its Appstore for Android obsolete

Since its creation, the Amazon Appstore stood apart, banned from being offered in the official store for Android apps, Google Play, until now... sort of. When Amazon recently updated its main Android app, it got a new "Apps & Games" department that... @2014-10-25 08:39

Netflix has two more TV shows for 2015: 'Bloodline' and 'F is for Family'

Concerned there's not enough to watch on Netflix, or that the big studios and networks might hold stuff back for their own streaming services? Rest easy, the video streamer has plans for a slew of exclusive content over the next few years, and this... @2014-10-25 04:45

Engadget Daily: Nexus 9, Google VP sets new space-jump record, and more!

It's Friday, ya'll. But before you checkout for the weekend, check out all our news highlights from the last 24 hours, including our hands-on with the Nexus 9, a new high-altitude jump record, the best gaming mice you can buy right now, and more. ... @2014-10-25 02:39

Nest owns Revolv's home automation tech now, too

Google's adding another member to its household family that includes Nest and Dropcam, and this time its home automation outfit Revolv. The firm's website lists it as "a Nest company" now, and goes on to to assure existing customers that they're... @2014-10-25 01:58

Sundar Pichai takes control of Google's crucial products

Well, we guess congratulations are in order. According to Re/code, Sundar Pichai, the senior vice president at Google who used to just be in charge of the Chrome, Android, and web apps teams now basically has control of almost every other Google... @2014-10-25 00:55

Playdate: We're livestreaming 'Fantasia: Music Evolved' on Xbox One! (update: game over!)

The developers at Harmonix Music Systems know a thing or two about music. And we'd hope so, it is in the company name, after all. The studio's latest Kinect game, Fantasia: Music Evolved, is quite a bit different than anything they've done... @2014-10-25 00:30

Got Google's new Inbox app? Now you can invite three friends!

The jury's still out on Google's new mobile approach to email, but that hasn't stopped people from going a little batty over getting invited to use it (see also: Gmail, Google Wave). In case you were feeling a little weird about begging Google for an... @2014-10-24 23:39

Yardarm will tell dispatchers when and where police fire guns

With the exception of maybe old Andy Taylor, most police officers in the United States carry a firearm as part of their standard equipment. Wouldn't it be nice to know when those sidearms are drawn, and why? A Silicon Valley startup called Yardarm... @2014-10-24 22:48

AT&T locks your new iPad's SIM so you can't switch carriers without a new one

Apple's iPad Air 2 and Mini 3 launched with a very, very pleasant surprise: If you splurged on an LTE model, you could choose whether you wanted to jump on Sprint's, T-Mobile's or AT&T's networks (along with EE's if you're in the UK), with nary a SIM... @2014-10-24 22:08

The Nexus 9 wasn't designed to be an iPad killer

The Nexus 9 wasn't designed to be an iPad killer; it was designed to inspire Google's Android partners to create one instead. Though you'd be forgiven for thinking otherwise: It was announced one day before the iPad Air 2 and mini 3, comes with a... @2014-10-24 21:30

Google exec sets a new record for highest-altitude jump (video)

Move over Felix Baumgartner -- just two years after the daredevil's record setting 128,000 foot Red Bull Stratos space jump, Google VP Alan Eustace has topped it. The New York Times reports Eustace rode a balloon 135,908 feet above New Mexico and... @2014-10-24 21:28

Nest can now talk to Pebble and other home automation products

Nest's thermostat and smoke detector now works with more third-party home automation products, the first fruits of the developer program that the Google-owned company launched in June. First in the list is something you're likely familiar with:... @2014-10-24 21:00

Canadians now have faster mobile data than you

Our Canadian neighbors have already been given a taste of Rogers' extremely data-friendly LTE, but now the carrier is officially rolling out its LTE-Advanced network across 12 different cities. In fact, it's the first North Amercian carrier to launch... @2014-10-24 20:41

Deezer bets podcasts will make its music service better

Deezer's streaming service may not have a reputation in the US to match others like Spotify, Beats and Rdio, but the "first truly worldwide digital music streaming service" is expanding by acquring the podcast app Stitcher. The company tells... @2014-10-24 20:16

What's up with Engadget Expand?

We're just two weeks away from our free Engadget Expand event, taking place at New York City's Javits Center on November 7th and 8th and there's still so much to tell you about. If you can't join us in person, don't worry -- we'll keep you updated... @2014-10-24 19:50

'Fantasia: Music Evolved' and its origins in the Kinect-hacking scene

The developers at Harmonix aren't afraid to hit the reset button if something isn't working correctly. Chances are, strumming a plastic Stratocaster changed quite a bit before you ever even started playing "Creep" by Radiohead in Rock Band. Same goes... @2014-10-24 19:20

Here's how Nintendo's Amiibo toys work in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

Nintendo was dropping Smash Brothers info-bombs left and right last night, but the company also felt compelled to dive a little deeper into how the Wii U version of the game will play with those curious little Amiibos. You know, the Nintendo... @2014-10-24 18:41

London Science Museum catalogs 200 years of communication tech

Her Majesty the Queen took to Twitter for the first time today, but not to complain about the amount of ice in her post-brunch frappé. Instead, Liz was announcing the opening of a new permanent gallery at London's Science Museum that takes visitors... @2014-10-24 18:12

Joseph Gordon-Levitt is shooting a 4K film with Samsung's NX1

In an effort to make a push for its recently unveiled Samsung NX1, the South Korean company is now recruiting celebrities to help along the way. As part of this, Samsung has revealed that Joseph Gordon-Levitt, known for roles in movies like 10 Things... @2014-10-24 17:48

'Don't freak out!' and other tips for surviving layoffs as a video game developer

The game industry is capable of building incredible worlds, engrossing us with believable characters, and empowering us to destroy (or create!) both. The unfortunate side of all that enchantment is the shaky business models that much of the industry... @2014-10-24 17:23

Which gaming mice are worth buying?

The peripherals you play with can be just as important to your gaming success as actual skill. A suboptimal keyboard or sluggish mouse can open the door to defeat, which is why it's a good idea to pick up equipment specifically made for the job. But... @2014-10-24 17:00

Scientist trumps his own work three weeks after winning the Nobel Prize

If you'd just won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry, no-one would blame you if you took a quick trip to Disneyland, or at least a few days to catch up on Orange is the New Black. Eric Betzig, however, had other plans, since shortly after he was told he... @2014-10-24 16:19

Procter & Gamble plans to spin-off Duracell

Consumer product megacorp Proctor & Gamble has just announced that it'll spin-off Duracell into its own separate company. The announcement comes as part of a move to pare down brands and focus on the 70 to 80 most profitable. Though P&G said that the... @2014-10-24 15:46

A 3D slice of the universe 10.8 billion years ago

Mapping out the ancient universe is a major astronomical goal, but there's a huge challenge: the galaxies there are so dim, scientists can't make out any of the dark parts. But researchers from the Max Planck Institute and US Berkeley/Berkeley Lab... @2014-10-24 15:14

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