Computer sweden

De drar in mest på mobildata

Det skiljer stora summor mellan operatörerna när det kommer till att tjäna pengar på mobildata. Den som lyckas bäst håvar in mångdubbelt mer än övriga mobiloperatörer. @2014-09-22 06:00

Ping Identity expanerar efter kapitaltillskott

Drar in kvarts miljard. @2014-09-22 05:56

Infini DB ansöker om konkurs

Databasleverantören Infini DB lägger ned hela verksamheten och planerar att ansöka om konkurs, men databasen fortsätter att finnas kvar som öppen källkodsplattform. @2014-09-22 05:44

Big data får tummen upp

De flesta toppchefer är nöjda med resultaten av förtagens big data-projekt, visar en enkät från Accenture. @2014-09-22 05:19

Carlsberg tappar Office 365 på kran

Danska bryggerijätten Carlsberg har rullat ut Microsofts onlinekontorssvit Office 365 för att koppla ihop 20 000 av företagets 40 000 anställda, när företaget hårdsatsar på att expandera internationellt. @2014-09-22 05:12

Red Hat köper Feedhenry

Red Hat utökar på mobila applikationer, att förvärva det irländska företaget Feedhenry för 82 miljoner dollar, motsvande cirka 585 miljoner kronor. @2014-09-22 04:58

Nu blir även hjälmen smart

Denna veckan är de hetaste prylarna där ute bland annat en enorm tv, en spännande framtidshjälm och en actionkamera från Ricoh. @2014-09-21 07:11

Så blev Linux en maktfaktor

Linux har länge varit ett etablerat operativsystem, speciellt på servrar, men även på mobiler. Vägen till dagens position har kantats av flera genombrott. @2014-09-20 06:13

Här tar Tim Cook selfies med fansen

När Iphone 6 började säljas i USA i dag passade Apples vd Tim Cook på att ta en vända längs köerna för att hälsa på - och ta selfies med - sina kunder. @2014-09-19 20:08

Så blir nästa Android

Google är på gång med 64-bitarsversionen av Android och troligen blir surfplattan Nexus 9 först med det nya operativsystemet. @2014-09-19 16:33

Svenska vd:ar faller för nätfiske

Svenska företagsledare och svenska ekonomiansvariga är sämst i världen på att genomskåda nätfiske. @2014-09-19 16:28

Baconplåster fick alternativt Nobelpris

I går delades de årliga Ig Nobel-prisen ut, till forskning som kanske inte är direkt användbar men desto mer underhållande. Här är pristagarna. @2014-09-19 14:28

Samsungs Knox blir gratisapp

Samsung har haft svårt att få företag att satsa på säkerhetsplattformen Knox. Nu kommer den i stället att bli fritt tillgänglig via Google Play. @2014-09-19 13:43

Intelligentare analys av RSA

Säkerhetsföretaget RSA, som själv blivit hackat, siktar på att bli bättre på att analysera skadan som sker när ett angrepp lyckats. @2014-09-19 13:11

Skickade felaktigt fakturor på tusenlappar – nu fälls SJ

Förra våren fick en kvinna felaktigt fakturor för tusentals kronor från SJ. Orsaken var att hennes personuppgifter använts när ett it-system testades. Nu slår Datainspektionen fast att SJ gjorde fel. @2014-09-19 11:31

Bättre dokumenthantering i Xerox skrivare

Xerox har uppgraderat ett antal av sina multifunktionsskrivare med mobila funktioner och kopplingar till molntjänster. @2014-09-19 11:19

Ellisons bästa rallarsvingar

Larry Ellison har genom åren blivit känd för att inte skräda orden. Här är ett urval av saftiga citat genom åren. @2014-09-19 10:16

Ellisons halva avgång – bäddar för trubbel

Oracles Larry Ellison avgår, men ändå inte. Frågan är hur det kommer att fungera för en så stark personlighet. Kommer det nya styret att få bestämma? undrar Lars Danielsson. @2014-09-19 10:16

Fortsatt kräftgång – då satsar Microsoft på lågprislurar

Marknadsandelarna för Windows Phone är fortsatt låga. För att komma till rätta med försäljningen tänker Microsoft håva in fler partners som satsar på billiga telefoner. @2014-09-19 09:48

Alibaba höjer introduktionskursen

Börsnoteringen sker under fredagen. @2014-09-19 07:51

Ny teknik

Vattenfall bygger nya vindkraftsparker

Vattenfall ska bygga två nya vindkraftsparker, en investering på totalt 860 miljoner kronor. Parkerna hamnar i var sin del av landet. Juktan byggs i Sorsele i Västerbotten och Höge väg i Kristianstad i Skåne. @2014-09-22 10:07

De vill få prat i alla appar

Att snacka, chatta och texta direkt i appen blir alltmer populärt. Ett nytt svenskt företag vill växa med trenden genom att stå för tekniken. @2014-09-22 09:52

Nasas rymdfarkost har nått Mars

TEKNIKSVEPET. Nasas rymdfarkost har nått Mars och robotstyrda godsfartyg spås bli verklighet inom 20 år. Här är ett urval av de senaste tekniknyheterna. @2014-09-22 09:20

Stjärnmat är Vintergatans öde

Massiva galaxer har slutat skapa egna stjärnor. De är för stora. I stället kastar de lystna blickar på mindre stjärnsystem - och äter upp dem. @2014-09-22 09:05

Läkemedel i avlopp bekämpas med ozon

Rester av p-piller, ångestdämpande mediciner och en lång rad andra läkemedel passerar vattenreningsverken rakt ut i havet till skada för den biologiska miljön. Nu testas en metod att slå sönder de kemiska preparaten med hjälp av ozon i en försöksanläggning vid reningsverket i Torekov på Bjärehalvön. @2014-09-22 08:19

Grundvattnet kan varna för jordskalv

Grundvattnets kemi ändrade sig några månader före två stora jordskalv på Island. Upptäckten är ett steg mot att kunna avslöja jordbävningar i förväg. @2014-09-22 08:15

Skriv som på papper – direkt på skärmen

Penna och skärm i stället för penna och papper. Det är vad Boogie Board Sync erbjuder. Och till skillnad från en penna till den vanliga pekplattan är skrivkänslan nästan identisk med den analoga förlagan. @2014-09-22 06:30

De glider runt i motorn med Oculus Rift

Amerikanska Obscura Digitals Europakontor i Stockholm är ett av de första företagen i världen som skapat en kommersiell Oculus Rift-applikation för den industriella marknaden. @2014-09-20 07:00

De byter kropp med varandra

”De första sekunderna är helt överväldigande, och det är så coolt med håriga händer”, säger Daniela Hooijmans när hon prövat The Machine To be Another och upplevt sig ha en manskropp. ”Maskinen” ingår i ett av flera projekt som konst- och forskargruppen Be Another Lab byggt upp runt virtual reality-displayen Oculus Rift. @2014-09-20 06:59

Fladdermus hjälper bilen köra själv

Ultraljudsteknik som används av fladdermöss kan användas för att navigera självkörande fordon. @2014-09-19 16:29

Flygande kamera i miniformat

En liten flygmaskin med inbyggd kamera styrs från mobilen och sägs vara minst i sin klass. @2014-09-19 16:24

Västlänken: ”Den budget vi har är fullt rimlig”

Den nya pendeltågstunneln under centrala Göteborg, Västlänken, beräknas kosta 20 miljarder kronor. Projektchef Bo Larsson tycker att det är en rimlig budget. @2014-09-19 15:53

Här är drömchefen

2 000 kontorsanställdas drömchef. Kan du gissa vem det är? @2014-09-19 15:37

Legend lämnar vd-posten på Oracle

It-jätten Oracles grundare, Larry Ellison, avgår som vd. @2014-09-19 14:23

Vattenfall vill ha fruktbar dialog

Carina Netterlind, pressekreterare på Vattenfall, om bolagets reaktion på en möjlig rödgrön regering: @2014-09-19 13:21

Analytiker: Nya ägarkrav väntar Vattenfall

Det rödgröna regeringsskiftet kommer självklart att påverka statliga Vattenfall. Det anser flera energianalytiker. Men åsikterna går isär kring om bolagets tyska kolkraftverk kommer att säljas eller inte. @2014-09-19 13:20

Första spåren av "mörk materia"

Ett instrument på den internationella rymdstationen ISS har identifierat partiklar som kan ha sitt ursprung i så kallad mörk materia. @2014-09-19 13:09

Snåla gatlampor lömska i skymningen

Att minska ljusstyrkan i led-utrustade gatlampor för att spara energi kan gå ut över trafiksäkerheten varnar ljusforskare. @2014-09-19 12:37

De var mest lättlurade i nätfisketest

I ett test där man ska skilja mejl med nätfiske från äkta e-post klarade sig personer i företagsledningar och ekonomiansvariga sämst i Sverige. Mer än 8 av 10 bland dem som deltog lät sig luras i provet, där man nu också kan testa sig själv. @2014-09-19 11:39

Kan solen ge komfortkyla?

TEKNIKFRÅGAN. Kan man inte låta solens värme skapa kyla i varma länder? I Ny Tekniks Teknikfrågan är det ni läsare som reder ut knepiga frågor. @2014-09-19 10:53

Toms hardware

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

Supporting Intel’s Haswell-E and new DDR4 memory, buyers of Intel’s X99 platform 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

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: September 2014

This month reveals a wealth of new processors including Intel's eight-core beast, the Core i7-5960X. We also look at other Haswell-E options and consider AMD's new 95 W, eight-core FX processors, the 125 W FX-8370, and other new models and price changes. @2014-09-16 18:30

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

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: September 2014

The past few weeks brought AMD's Radeon R9 285 to market, an interesting card with a few surprises up its sleeve. Aside from that we've heard a lot of rumors regarding Nvidia's upcoming Maxwell flagship, and saw a lot of price changes across the board! @2014-09-15 06:00

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

Building An Intel-Based MicroATX Gaming PC On A Budget

Today we put a Pentium G3258 in a cheap H97 motherboard, overclocked it to 4.4 GHz, added a GTX 750 Ti, then tossed in tons of new Deepcool gear. @2014-09-05 21:00

Display Testing Explained: How We Test Monitors and TVs

Our display benchmarks can help you decide what screen to put on your desktop and in your living room. So, in order to provide a little greater insight into our monitor and HDTV testing methods, we’re running down our procedures step-by-step right here. @2014-09-04 09:00

Tt eSports by Thermaltake Poseidon ZX Review

Terms like “tenkeyless” and “80% form factor” mean simply, a keyboard without the number pad — and this format isn’t just popular with gamers. @2014-09-03 09:00

AMD Radeon R9 285 Review: Tonga and GCN Update 3.0

On paper, the new Tonga-based R9 285 looks to be slightly slower than the R9 280 it is intended to replace, but there's more than meets the eye. @2014-09-02 14:00

Intel Core i7-5960X, -5930K And -5820K CPU Review: Haswell-E Rises

Were you disappointed by last year's Ivy Bridge-E launch? Core i7-5960X, -5930K, and -5820K promise more excitement, sporting up to eight cores, DDR4 memory, a new X99 chipset, and an LGA 2011-3 interface. Should you jump to upgrade, though? @2014-08-29 18:00

The International ARM Race: Rise Of The Chinese SoC

Thanks to low prices and a gradual increase in both quality and performance, Chinese chip makers are starting to pose serious problems for Qualcomm, Nvidia and others. @2014-08-28 09:00

Dual AMD Radeon R9 295X2 Graphics Cards On A 1000W PSU

We previously measured the gaming power consumption of two AMD Radeon R9 295X2 graphics cards at 450 W, but other sites arrived at different numbers. We put our measurements to the test with a 1000 W PSU in a sweltering 30 degree Celsius environment! @2014-08-27 09:00

BenQ BL3200PT Review: A 32-Inch AMVA Monitor At 2560x1440

The extra pixel density of a 27-inch monitor sporting a native 2560x1440 resolution can make small text difficult to read. BenQ solves the problem by adding five extra inches to its BL3200PT. Today we test this jumbo 32-inch AMVA-based panel in our lab. @2014-08-26 09:00

Sapphire's Dual-X R9 280 OC Graphics Card Review

We take a look at the value proposition offered by Sapphire's Dual-X R9 280 and consider it's performance compared to its competitor, the GeForce GTX 760, and its predecessor, the Radeon HD 7950 Boost. @2014-08-25 09:00

In Pictures: Google Android L Feature Tour And Preview

Android L looks to be major, but how does the new interface, abandonment of Dalvik and the introduction of new features affect performance? @2014-08-22 09:00

An Introduction To The Major ARM-Based SoCs

When it comes to mobility, ARM-based SoCs dominate. Join us as we take a look at where the flagship processors from Qualcomm, Apple, Nvidia, and Samsung land in the competitive landscape. @2014-08-21 18:00

Samsung PN51F8500 Review: A 51-Inch Plasma HDTV With SmartHub

Only two companies still make plasma TVs, so we’re excited to check out Samsung’s latest, the PN51F8500. It boasts 3D, SmartHub 2.0, and superb image quality. In the vast ocean of LCD televisions, it’s a compelling choice. Our lab results show you why. @2014-08-20 16:00

AMD A10-7800 APU Review: Kaveri Hits the Efficiency Sweet Spot

AMD recently introduced another model in its A-series APU family called the A10-7800. While we already know a lot about the Kaveri architecture, this particular chip's power profile makes it more interesting than the performance-oriented incarnations. @2014-08-19 09:00

In Pictures: The Best New Games at Gamescom 2014

Gamescom 2014 is finally upon us! Luckily, Tom's Hardware Germany was in attendance, so you don’t have to travel all the way to Cologne, Germany and stand in line for hours. Join us as we showcase the best new gaming products from the trade show floor. @2014-08-16 01:00

Five Z97 Express Motherboards, $160 To $220, Reviewed

Intel’s “mainstream” socket continues to spawn enthusiast parts with the company’s fastest-ever gaming-oriented CPU. You’ll probably want a feature-packed motherboard for that, and five companies stepped up to show off the best of the sub-$220 segment. @2014-08-14 09:00

Intel SSD DC P3700 800GB and 1.6TB Review: The Future of Storage

With the introduction of its SSD DC P3700, P3600, and P3500, Intel is giving us our first taste of the PCIe-based NVMe specification. We take the flagship P3700 for a drive in its 800 GB and 1.6 TB incarnations. Just how fast is the future of storage? @2014-08-13 09:00

Let's Take a Trip Inside a Power Strip!

We count on power bars to protect our expensive PC hardware, and it's easy to take them for granted. Recently, one of our writers took an APC unit apart, though, and discovered some disturbing manufacturing work. Follow along as we dig into his findings. @2014-08-12 09:00

Introducing Intel's 14nm Node and the Broadwell Processor

Intel finally provides solid information on Haswell's successor, the next-generation Broadwell core. We also learn some detailed info about the new 14nm processing node, a must-read for CPU enthusiasts who are interested in the future of Intel's Core! @2014-08-11 18:01

Asus ROG Swift PG278Q 27-inch G-Sync Monitor Review

We’ve been waiting to experience the wonders of G-Sync for months, and Asus is the first company to deliver a finished product. Its ROG Swift PG278Q is a 27-inch QHD TN-based display with G-Sync, 144 Hz operation, and ULMB, a new blur-reduction feature. @2014-08-11 18:00

Upgrading And Repairing PCs 21st Edition: PC Diagnostics

Tom’s Hardware and QUE Publishing are teaming up once more to bring you four more chapters from the latest edition of Scott Mueller’s Upgrading And Repairing PCs. Today, we bring you select portions of Chapter 20: PC Diagnostics, Testing, and Maintenance. @2014-08-10 09:00

Engadget

HTC will mark its return to tablets with Google's Nexus 9

Rumors of an HTC-made Nexus device have swirled for some time, but only recently have details of a possible next-generation tablet started to become apparent. Not long after NVIDIA inadvertently leaked the fact that Taiwanese company was linking up... @2014-09-22 10:01

Watch a tiny robot fly an aircraft nearly as well as a real pilot

Autonomous aircraft are likely to be the future of air travel, but we're not quite there yet; even with autopilot systems in place, most airplanes are designed with human pilots in mind. South Korean researchers may have a clever robotic stopgap,... @2014-09-22 08:56

Almost all the sci-fi spaceships you know are on this massive chart

If you regularly follow geek culture, you've probably seen early versions of Dirk Loechel's spaceship comparison chart, which shows the relative sizes of vehicles from science fiction games, movies and TV shows. Well, it's finished -- and it's even... @2014-09-22 06:43

How would you change ASUS' Transformer Book TX300?

Dana Wollman is so well known as Engadget's in-house laptop expert that, during Q&A sessions on the Engadget Podcast, people would call her "Laptop Lady." Points off for not learning her name, but the honorific still stands to this day, and her... @2014-09-22 04:23

PlayStation Now's creator explains how game streaming came to Sony

With the PlayStation Now beta just opening to a larger chunk of the gaming population, you might be wondering how the streaming service came to Sony in the first place. Why did Gaikai drop its entire PC audience to join a console maker? Thankfully... @2014-09-22 01:59

Feedback Loop: Kickstarter refunds, Sony A7 impressions, and more!

Get ready for your weekly dose of community goodness from the Engadget forums. The latest edition of Feedback Loop is here. We talk about failed Kickstarter projects and discuss whether or not there should be refunds, dish on Sony's full-frame... @2014-09-21 23:40

The Videogame History Museum has found a home in Frisco, Texas

Making a pilgrimage to the Videogame History Museum has been tough so far; most of its collection is in storage, and what little you do see has been going on cross-country tours. Pretty soon, though, it will have a permanent public display. A Frisco,... @2014-09-21 21:14

Sound off! Is the end of the portable MP3 player nigh?

It's no secret the number of iPods that Apple has sold has significantly decreased over the last few years. As our smartphones have become more powerful and the types of tasks they're capable of have grown, there's been less of a need for having a... @2014-09-21 19:00

From paper to pixels: the arrival of the e-reader

Ray Bradbury, the author of Fahrenheit 451, once said: "Nothing a computer can do can compare to a book." For some, the pleasure of flipping through a paperback may never change, but pragmatism is starting to take hold. More people than ever are... @2014-09-21 17:00

Inhabitat's Week in Green: hydroelectric house, human hamster wheel and a saltwater-powered car

Salt water covers the vast majority of the Earth's surface, making it one of the most abundant and under-appreciated resources on the planet. Taking advantage of this resource, Nanoflowcell has developed the world's first saltwater-powered electric... @2014-09-21 16:00

With Cyberith's Virtualizer, you can run around wearing an Oculus Rift (video)

There was no shortage of VR headsets at the Tokyo Game Show this year -- but that didn't stop the lines forming endlessly over the weekend. Hidden, at least slightly, in Hall 8 was Cyberith, demonstrating their now successfully crowdfunded VR gaming... @2014-09-21 14:30

Home Depot reportedly got warnings about its data security in 2008

Home Depot may have only recently had to cope with a massive data breach, but it reportedly knew that it had to step up its computer security much, much earlier. The New York Times claims that there had been calls for tougher safeguards as far back... @2014-09-21 13:01

Peugeot's new hybrid concept is half SUV, half sports car

If you had any lingering concerns that hybrid cars were boring, Peugeot just smashed them to bits. Its new Quartz crossover concept blends the muscular, offroad-ready profile of a small SUV with green powerplants and aerodynamics that could give... @2014-09-21 09:03

Microsoft will double your free OneDrive storage if you auto-upload photos

Microsoft has been rather generous with free OneDrive storage lately, and that doesn't seem to be changing anytime soon. Now Redmond is bumping the previous gratis 15GB up by 100 percent, to 30GB. What's the catch? There isn't much of one, really.... @2014-09-21 05:49

Oculus lets you tinker with the code and design of its first VR headset

If you've ever wanted to modify a virtual reality headset (or even create one from scratch), Oculus VR just gave you a big head start on your project. The Facebook-owned firm has opened up the code, mechanical elements and design for its first VR... @2014-09-21 04:37

New Oculus Rift prototype brings out the best in virtual reality

Presence. It's the ability of VR headsets to fool your mind and body into thinking that you are actually in a virtual world, and that experience is what Oculus seeks to deliver with its latest prototype. Codenamed Crescent Bay, it's an evolution of... @2014-09-21 03:00

iPhone 6 review, Microsoft's investment in 'Minecraft' and other stories you might've missed

This week, we reviewed Apple's new large-screened iPhones, investigated Microsoft's investment in Minecraft, whipped up some magical butter, learned about Google's new budget handset initiative called Android One and more. Read on for Engadget's news... @2014-09-21 01:30

Oculus wants a VR app store for every device you can think of

When we saw the Samsung Gear VR at IFA, Oculus CTO John Carmack showed us a basic version of an app store made for mobile virtual reality. But when the headset ships to consumers sometime later this year, the VR outfit has bigger plans. It's... @2014-09-20 23:20

Microsoft pushes back the Xbox One's launch in China

Bad news if you were hoping to pick up an Xbox One in Beijing next week: Microsoft has just delayed the game system's launch in China from September 23rd to sometime before the end of the year. The company isn't saying just what prompted the... @2014-09-20 21:23

The next Oculus Rift headset is 'Crescent Bay' and sports built-in audio

Oculus VR has a new headset. CEO Brendan Iribe showed the prototype, dubbed Crescent Bay, off today at the first Oculus Connect conference. It has built-in audio, it's lighter and packs 360-degree motion tracking. Iribe says that the jump between the... @2014-09-20 19:20

Aether's Cone speaker is a fresh spin on music streaming

The first HiFi I had all to myself was a hand-me-down Sony music center (something like this). It was a mix of faux-wood panels and brushed metal, with three media options: cassette, vinyl and radio. Then the '90s mainstay "all-in-one" HiFi (and CD!)... @2014-09-20 19:00

The 10 phones that fueled the big-screen revolution

It's safe to say that Steve Jobs was off the mark when he declared that no one would buy big smartphones -- they've become popular enough that Apple itself is now making large iPhones. But how did these supersized devices escape their niche status to... @2014-09-20 18:15

​Verizon has activated voice over LTE support for the iPhone 6

When Verizon launched its "Advanced Calling 1.0" feature earlier this month (read: voice over LTE), it only worked with two phones: The Samsung Galaxy S5 and the LG G2. Now the company can add the iPhone to that list, well, at least the iPhone 6.... @2014-09-20 16:54

​Google for iOS updated with TV recommendations, better transit cards

We know, all your friends rushing out to buy new iPhones and you're stuck with that 'outdated' iPhone 5s you just bought. That's what happens when you go swimming without checking your pockets first. Still, it's not all bad: there's a Google for iOS... @2014-09-20 15:40

Sony brings Video Unlimited to Mac and PC browsers everywhere

A lack of its own new PCs to use the service on isn't stopping Sony from bringing its Video Unlimited platform to the web. As the beleaguered electronics outfit notes on the PlayStation Blog of all places, it's playing catch-up king once again and no... @2014-09-20 13:08

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