Computer sweden

Microsoft vinner mark i molnet

Det är molnet som driver Microsofts försäljning just nu. Däremot ger Xbox-plattformen problem. Det står klart efter veckans delårsrapport. @2015-01-28 06:30

Mannen bakom IBM-ryktena backar

I går fick hans sensationella uppgifter om jätteneddragningar på IBM hela it-världen att dra efter andan. Men i dag backar den ansedda it-krönikören Robert X Cringely. @2015-01-27 15:11

Vem blir årets vinnare?

Se del två av Computer Swedens årskrönika - en kavalkad av det gångna årets största it-händelser, analyserade av Computer Swedens reportrar. @2015-01-27 15:00

Upp till bevis efter rekordförväntningar

Värderingarna är uppskruvade till rekordnivåer. Nu när it-bolagen börjar rapportera för senaste kvartalet måste de visa att de kan infria de högt ställda förväntningarna. @2015-01-27 12:57

Nu ska kommuner lära sig innovation

Vinnova och Sveriges Kommuner och Landsting vill tillsammans få fart på innovationen i den offentliga verksamheten. Inte minst handlar det om att få fram smarta tjänster ute i kommuner, landsting och regioner. @2015-01-27 10:41

Ny typ av skadlig kod svårupptäckt

Metoden att installera skadlig kod direkt i internminnet blir allt vanligare. Då upptäcks installationen inte av antivirusprogram och kan arbeta ostört. @2015-01-27 06:20

Lars Danielsson: massiva utmaningar för IBM

"Det största problemet för IBM blir att företaget kommer att få känna på konkurrens på ett sätt som många av dess anställda inte är vana vid". @2015-01-27 05:55

IBM tillbakavisar alla slaktrykten

Uppgifter i USA gör gällande att IBM planerar en stor omorganisation kallad Project Chrome, som bland annat innefattar massiva personalneddragningar. @2015-01-26 14:19

Båstad satsar på kompakt datahall

Båstads kommun har byggt en ny datahall som bara är på 16 kvadratmeter inuti kommunhuset Agardh. Det räcker gott och väl eftersom man satsar på så kallade hyperkonvergerade produkter. @2015-01-26 11:22

Nygamla Coresec har aggressiv expansionsplan

Genom bildandet av Coresec har den nordiska it-säkerhetsmarknaden fått en ny stor aktör. Med tyskt kapital i ryggen är målet att tredubbla omsättningen på 3-5 års sikt. @2015-01-26 09:10

Snart går det att ringa polisen

I år kan bli året då Sveriges poliser till sist får egna tjänstemobiler. "De behöver verkligen ha det. Bara att få tillgång till mejl och kalender - det kanske låter löjligt men de har inte det i dag", säger Tomas Landeström, it-chef på Polisen. @2015-01-26 07:00

7 mardrömskunder som sänker utvecklaren

Krånglande teknik, snäva tidsplaner och för små budgetar kan absolut medföra problem för utvecklare. Men allra värsta är hemska kunder. Här är sju olika monstruösa typer. @2015-01-24 11:00

Slitstark surfplatta skakar om

Vi startar det nya året med en kavalkad av nya heta prylar. Bland annat ett par sladdlösa finfina hörlurar, en slitstark surfplatta och en prisad godbit från CES-mässan. @2015-01-24 08:00

Google öppnar för fulminnesdatabas

Minnesdatabaser ger bra prestanda, men är dyra att använda. Google presenterar en billigare lösning i form av flashdiskar kopplade till virtuella servrar på molntjänsten Compute Engine. @2015-01-23 16:14

Parallels molnserver boostas med Docker

Virtualiseringsspecialisten Parallels ska bygga in containertekniken Docker i nästa version av företagets Cloud Server. @2015-01-23 15:25

Google säkrar upp Chrome

Webbläsaren Chrome har kommit i version 40 där den viktigaste nyheten ligger i en rejäl översyn kring säkerheten. @2015-01-23 10:51

Widespace passerar magisk gräns

Det snabbväxande mobilannonseringsföretaget Widespace fortsätter sin resa och har nu ökat sin räckvidd till 100 miljoner mobilanvändare. @2015-01-23 10:41

”Jag gillar att bidra till samhällsnytta”

Fredrik Frimodig, cio på Swedavia som snart blir cio på E-hälsomyndigheten. @2015-01-23 06:30

Tekniskt problem fick SAS sajter att svaja

Flygbolaget SAS webbsajter i Norden är nu åter igång efter att ha brottats med stora driftproblem sedan igår eftermiddag. Bolagets sajter i Sverige och Norge har tidvis legat nere helt nere. @2015-01-22 15:37

It-ministern vill förbjuda pappersfakturor

Regeringen överväger att helt sätta stopp för pappersfakturor till offentlig sektor. Ekonomistyrningsverket får nu i uppdrag att utreda konsekvenser av en total övergång till e-fakturor. @2015-01-22 15:08

Ny teknik

De jagar första platsen på 33-listan

33-LISTAN. Ett smart farthinder, en laddstolpe för elfordon och ett kommunikationssystem för dykare. Tre företag jagar den första platsen på 33-listans regionfinal i Linköping. @2015-01-28 09:45

Arlanda får Sveriges största vätgasmack

AGA Gas ska bygga Sveriges största vätgasmack för bränslecellsbilar på Arlanda. @2015-01-28 09:11

Så mycket läcker Facebook till polisen

Antalet konton som öppnas för svensk polis ökar dramatiskt. Microsoft och Facebook är mer öppna med information än Google och Apple, visar DN:s granskning. @2015-01-28 09:07

Stora byggprojekt som klarat tidsramen

KRÖNIKA. Stora byggprojekt blir dyrare än budgeterat och de drar ut på tiden. Det är den gängse bilden. Men den är inte helt sann. Fiaskoprojekt finns fortfarande i byggbranschen, men de stora infrastrukturprojekten är numer sällan bland dem. @2015-01-28 08:42

Forskning och teknik när läget är spänt

LEDARE. Flygplatsen i Donetsk är sönderbombad. Pro-ryska separatister forstätter ockupationen av myndighetsbyggnader i staden. Regeringen i Kiev skickar in tiotusentals soldater till östra Ukraina. @2015-01-28 08:32

Malmö satsar på frivilligt hållbarhetsarbete efter stopplagen

Malmö stad var en av de kommuner som protesterade mest högljutt över stopplagen. Nu ska staden uppmuntra byggherrarna att frivilligt ta på sig att bygga miljövänligt. @2015-01-28 08:21

Stopplagen ger problem för prestigeprojektet Norra Djurgårdsstaden

En av förra bostadsministerns sista åtgärder var att införa en stopplag för skärpta lokala energikrav på byggnader. Lagen skapar problem för Stockholms Norra Djurgårdsstaden. @2015-01-28 08:16

Mehmet Kaplan tänker inte ändra stopplagen

Stopplagen drevs igenom av den förra regeringen och fick hård kritik bland annat från Miljöpartiet. Men den nye, miljöpartistiske bostadsministern Mehmet Kaplan har inga planer på att riva upp lagen. @2015-01-28 08:15

Så får Apple oss att betala ännu mer för en Iphone

TEKNIKSVEPET. Apple ökar försäljningen av Iphone 6. Samtidigt är kunderna beredda att betala ännu mer för telefonen. Här är ett urval av de senaste tekniknyheterna. @2015-01-28 07:39

Arv, miljö och om hur elefanten fick sin långa snabel

KAIANDERS. Hur kommer det sig att celler i kroppen kan vara så olika trots att de innehåller precis samma dna? Vad är det som hindrar en nervcell från att plötsligt bli en hudcell? Det är mer än den genetiska koden som styr och ställer i cellernas liv. @2015-01-28 07:28

Första Volvo XC90 av bandet

I dag rullar den första serietillverkade Volvo XC90 av den nya modellen ut från produktionslinan i Torslandafabriken i Göteborg. @2015-01-28 07:11

Nya knepet ska hindra tågstopp

Trafikverket testar tre metoder för att motverka isbildning på kontaktledningar.Två av dem kan bli verklighet. @2015-01-28 06:30

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Toms hardware

SeaSonic Platinum-760 Power Supply Review

SeaSonic's Platinum-760 is the third 80 PLUS Platinum-rated power supply in our round-up. Does a higher sustained output rating help in any way? We run it through our benchmark suite and compare the SS-760XP2 against two strong competitors. @2015-01-28 10:00

Samsung U28D590D 28-Inch Ultra HD Monitor Review

We have a fifth 28-inch value-oriented 4K monitor in our lab: Samsung's U28D590D. Based on a familiar TN panel, our benchmarks those this screen to offer remarkable performance for its price. @2015-01-27 09:00

ASRock X99 Extreme6/ac Motherboard Review

Featuring the same wireless controller as its closest competitor, ASRock’s X99 Pro adds a second gigabit Ethernet controller and removes a few pathway sharing issues. Have we finally found a value-winning solution for high-end LGA 2011-v3 buyers? @2015-01-26 09:00

Nvidia GeForce GTX 960: Maxwell In The Middle

The GeForce GTX 760 has had to hold it's ground for a long time, but today Nvidia replaces it's last Kepler-powered GTX card with the GeForce GTX 960. @2015-01-22 15:00

USB 3.1 Tested: Performance On MSI's X99A Gaming 9 ACK

We got our hands on the first USB 3.1-capable motherboard, MSI's X99A Gaming 9 ACK, and ASMedia's ASM1352R-equipped developer board for some early benchmarks with two striped SSDs and an ultra-fast thumb drive. @2015-01-21 17:00

Lenovo Y50-70 Touch Slim Gaming Notebook Review

The Y50-70 extends Lenovo’s touchscreen emphasis to the mobile gaming crowd. But a entertainment-oriented notebook still has to game. We run this one through its paces to determine if the compact form factor is still packed with ample performance. @2015-01-20 09:00

LG 34UC97 34-Inch Ultra-Wide Curved Monitor Review

Yes, curved monitors are a thing now. We got our hands on LG's 34UC97 sporting a 34-inch width, 21:9 aspect ratio and 3440x1440 native resolution. It's pricey; is worth the premium you'll pay to be the first one on your block with this screen, though? @2015-01-19 09:00

Let's Take a Trip Inside Budget Power Bars, Part Three

In this third and final part of this series, we take a look at three units from some of the most popular brands in IT-related power products. All of your patience is about to pay off: we're also picking an overall winner. @2015-01-18 09:00

Video Editing Hardware: What You’ll Need To Get Started

The world of video editing is simultaneously complex and yet more accessible than ever. In part one of our guide, we go over some of the basic concepts and hardware requirements. @2015-01-17 11:00

LG G3 Smartphone Review: A Plethora Of Pixels And A Laser!

The LG G3 combines cutting-edge hardware, including a 5.5-inch WQHD screen and laser autofocus system, with a lightweight body and slim bezels to create a phone that was ahead of its time. Is it still worth your consideration? Read on for our impressions. @2015-01-16 09:00

CaseLabs Q&A Session: January 2015 AMA Recap

After a full 24 hours, our “Ask Me Anything” session with CaseLabs came to a close. @2015-01-15 21:00

OnePlus Interview: What Comes After One?

After shaking things up with the competitively priced One smartphone, OnePlus faces new challenges as the company grows and looks to expand its product lineup. @2015-01-15 09:00

Asus X99 Pro Motherboard Review: More Memory Multipliers

The first motherboard in our labs to support unofficial memory multipliers, Asus’ X99 Pro quickly became the go-to product for our recent DDR4 roundup. Does the X99 Pro have enough additional features to justify its over-$300 price? @2015-01-14 09:00

Shadow Of Mordor: Performance Testing And Benchmarks

Fresh on the heels of the final Hobbit movie, we bring you our game performance review of Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. This innovative title has a few pleasant surprises up its sleeve when it comes to hardware requirements. @2015-01-13 09:00

BenQ XL2430T 24-Inch 144Hz Gaming Monitor Review

BenQ sent over a 144Hz-capable 24-inch screen priced attractively. As a gamer, it'd be hard to ignore this model, which doesn't offer G-Sync support, but does deliver a great picture and excellent maximum refresh rate for less than $400. @2015-01-12 09:11

In Pictures: 40 Dirty PC Environments

PCs aren’t the only things that accumulate dust every once in a while. The environments that they’re in might pose just as much of a challenge (or threat?). Maybe it would be a good idea to at least ask Mom to come in and clean every once in a while. @2015-01-11 09:00

Tom's Hardware's CES 2015 Top Picks

The Tom's Hardware team was out in force at the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas this year, and we've finally had a chance to regroup and establish our CES 2015 Top Picks. @2015-01-10 05:00

Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4-3000 16-GB Kit Review

The X99 platform is already pretty expensive. Does a 16GB quad-channel kit of DDR4-3000 memory really need to cost more than $400? Kingston takes on our previous DDR4-3000 test sample with its newer, lower-priced HyperX Predator. @2015-01-09 09:00

FSP Aurum 92+ 650W 80 PLUS Platinum PSU Review

In our ongoing exploration of mid-range power supplies with 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency ratings, FSP's Aurum 92+ is forced to stand up against the Corsair PSU we already reviewed. Can you expect great things from a 650W unit with a beefy spec sheet? @2015-01-09 09:00

Best Computer Monitors: January 2015

After rigorous testing, we conferred awards on these displays as the best in class for the following segments: gaming, business, professional, Ultra HD, jumbo, ultra-wide or touchscreen. @2015-01-06 08:00

Best SSDs For The Money: January 2015

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. @2015-01-05 14:00

Best Motherboards: January 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. @2015-01-05 13:00

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: January 2015

Welcome to 2015, Tom's Hardware. The team is on its way to Las Vegas, Nevada for the Consumer Electronics Show. But before the news starts flowing, we want to give you an update on the latest price movement in our monthly Best Gaming CPUs for the Money. @2015-01-03 18:00

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: January 2015

The new year brings fresh rumors regarding the imminent GeForce GTX 960, in addition to various price adjustments that have a surprising impact on our recommendations. @2015-01-02 08:30

Tom’s Hardware’s 2015 Wish List

We've covered our "practical" gift ideas, we've petitioned the elves-in-charge for more extravagant presents and now we fire off our wishes for the future. Some of them are implausible. Others might be more than a year away. But we still have hope, right? @2014-12-31 21:00

Far Cry 4 Game Performance Review

If you were a fan of Far Cry 3’s free roam, hunting and countless side missions, the sequel will be right up your alley. We test a wide array of hardware with this game, and get a good look at how it improves upon its predecessor. @2014-12-30 21:00

Reader Ratings And Advice: Flagship Smartphones

After reviewing several of the hottest smartphones on the market, we became curious to find out what our readers thought about them. How do these devices fit into daily life? And what are their long-term pros and cons? @2014-12-30 09:00

System Builder Marathon Q4 2014: Value Compared

Our three builders are given three different budget levels and a single mandate: construct the ultimate performance machine for the money. Today we compare each of these systems for overall performance, suitability to their intended user and value. @2014-12-29 21:00

System Builder Marathon Q4 2014: $1600 Performance PC

This month’s high-end build includes a new graphics card and a cheaper motherboard as I continue my search for the most economically-viable parts of the elite-performance class. Can this shift in focus fit more overall performance within a $1600 budget? @2014-12-28 09:00

System Builder Marathon Q4 2014: Mainstream Enthusiast PC

In this, our last enthusiast build of 2014, we put together a more capable system than last quarter for less money. When it comes to overclocking, though, fate had a different plan. @2014-12-27 09:00

Engadget

Basis' Peak fitness watch now gets notifications from your phone

A little later than promised, Basis' Peak fitness tracker behaves more like the smartwatch it arguably should have been all along. Grab a newly released update for the wearable and it'll give you a heads-up on calls, meetings and messages from your A... @2015-01-28 10:05

Swyp wants to replace all the credit, loyalty and gift cards in your wallet

High-tech cards that store all your credit, gift and loyalty card info haven't exactly made it big yet, but the competition's already heating up. The newest entry in the race is called Swyp: a metallic device with a screen that transforms into the ca... @2015-01-28 08:48

Scientists 3D print cartilage to repair damaged windpipes

Believe it or not, scientists aren't yet finished discovering new ways to 3D print body parts. A team at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research has developed a 3D printing technique that lets them produce cartilage for repairing damaged trachea... @2015-01-28 07:22

Samsung's Gear VR headset arrives at Best Buy (but not at retail)

If you've been curious enough about virtual reality to buy Samsung's Gear VR headset, you've had to visit either AT&T's website or Samsung's to pick one up. Not very convenient, is it? Your VR shopping just got a little bit easier, though, as Best Bu... @2015-01-28 06:25

Forget taking notes, this Bluetooth headset captures your calls

Journalists everywhere will weep with joy if this Bluetooth recording device comes to fruition (at least this one will). We're talking about Bluewire, a headset that records both sides of a smartphone or VoIP conversation over Bluetooth. That means i... @2015-01-28 05:03

Sony is reportedly cutting 1,000 jobs in its smartphone group

There's no doubt that Sony's smartphone division is struggling, and it sounds like that's about to exact a big toll on the company's workforce. Nikkei reports that Sony expects to cut 1,000 jobs in its mobile group, adding to the 1,000 layoffs it ann... @2015-01-28 04:28

YouTube defaults to HTML5 on the web

If you've been hoping for YouTube to drop the notoriously buggy Flash video format as its default player, well, good news. Nearly five years after the streaming giant started supporting the HTML5 standard for its videos, it's finally now its player o... @2015-01-28 03:45

TI's super-slim graphing calculator shows that math can be stylish

Who said that graphing calculators were dead in the smartphone era? Certainly not Texas Instruments -- if anything, it's showing that there's still plenty of life left in dedicated math machines. Its new TI-84 Plus CE is 30 percent thinner and 30 per... @2015-01-28 02:59

Daily Roundup: The Pixar of VR, Apple Watch ship date and more!

In today's Daily Roundup, we look at Oculus Story Studio, the new film-innovation lab creating cinematic content to take advantage of VR devices. Meanwhile, Apple continues to crush it and announces when the Apple Watch will ship, and we learn more a... @2015-01-28 02:13

What movies do you want to see in virtual reality?

It's no secret that virtual reality seems to be all the rage at this year's Sundance Film Festival. With a number of consumer oriented VR headsets on the horizon, filmmakers are clearly excited about this technology and experimenting with ways to tak... @2015-01-28 01:40

Louis CK releases his first nightclub comedy special online

Louis CK has made it a habit of releasing comedy specials online, bypassing the industry gatekeepers that jack up prices and delay releases. Well, he's at it again. The laugh-maker has just posted his first nightclub special, Live at the Comedy Store... @2015-01-28 00:46

A drunk intelligence worker crashed that drone near the White House

When you heard that someone crash-landed a drone on the White House's grounds at 3AM on a Monday morning, did you suspect that the pilot was hammered? Well, you're right. Officials have revealed that the operator was a drunk National Geospatial-Intel... @2015-01-27 23:59

Tim Cook expects to ship the Apple Watch in April

Of all the mysteries still surrounding the Apple Watch, its long-awaited launch window was easily the most debated. Well, not any more. Apple CEO Tim Cook just confirmed during the company's quarterly earnings call that the company's oft-hyped Watch ... @2015-01-27 23:16

Sonos update makes it easier to play music in any room

Sonos' big controller app update from last year was a case of two steps forward and one step back. It was slicker and made it easier to find music, but playing music got harder -- among other issues, it required extra effort to send tunes to speakers... @2015-01-27 22:45

Apple's revenues soar thanks to iPhones and China

Well, it's that time again. Apple has just released its latest batch of quarterly earnings, and wouldn't you know it -- the folks in Cupertino once again sold more iPhones than it has in any other quarter. We're talking 74.5 million phones changing h... @2015-01-27 22:40

Thousands of laundry machines, parking kiosks and more get Apple Pay

Checking out at the super market with your phone is old hat. But topping off the parking meter, now that's kind of interesting. USA Technologies, a company that handles cashless payments, announced that about 200,000 of its points of purchase will ac... @2015-01-27 21:54

OS X Yosemite update tackles 'surprise' Mac security flaws

You know those unpatched Mac security exploits that Google revealed a few days ago? You probably won't have to worry about them any more. Apple has released OS X Yosemite 10.10.2, a hefty update that fixes those vulnerabilities, which let an intruder... @2015-01-27 21:09

Misfit's Flash activity tracker will soon control connected devices

We first heard of Misfit's plans to move beyond activity-tracking with its wearables at CES, and today the company took its first step. With the $50 Flash, you'll soon be able to control a range of connected devices with the unit's Smart Button. As y... @2015-01-27 20:22

Opera's former chief launches a web browser for power users

For a while, Opera was a power user's web browser -- what you chose when other apps just didn't have the right mix of clever tricks and shortcuts. The company's switch to Google-based tech dropped some of those features, however, leaving you in an un... @2015-01-27 19:44

Smart, touch-free thermometer gets temperatures for almost anything

There's no shortage of smart thermometers out there, but they tend to have one or more catches: many only work in certain conditions, aren't very pocketable or require some kind of contact. JoyWing's upcoming Wishbone may just tackle all of those pro... @2015-01-27 19:00

120 Sports streams its live news and analysis on Apple TV

With the backing of Sports Illustrated, MLB, NHL, the PGA tour and more, 120 Sports started streaming free live sports news and analysis on the web and mobile devices last June. Now, the digital network is making the leap to set-top boxes, starting w... @2015-01-27 19:00

FTC to connected device makers: Focus on security and privacy

The Federal Trade Commission just laid out its initial recommendations for the burgeoning Internet of Things industry -- and they're pretty much what you'd expect. In an extensive report (PDF) released this morning, the agency emphasized that connect... @2015-01-27 18:32

Moment's camera case gives your iPhone a two-stage shutter key

If there's one thing (and there is) I miss about carrying around my Lumia 1020, it's that phone's dedicated, two-stage camera button. Designed to mimic "real" camera shutter releases, it's a feature I've missed dearly on my current daily driver, Appl... @2015-01-27 18:00

Netflix's 'A.K.A. Jessica Jones' gets David Tennant for a villain

Once you've won the hearts of a planet as the dashing lead in a science fantasy show, you're faced with the lingering specter of typecasting. One actor who has managed to avoid such perils is David Tennant, who has thrown himself into any - and every... @2015-01-27 17:33

Snapchat delivers news (and ads) with Discover

It's been a long time in the making, but Snapchat's new Discover feature is ready to go... and so is the app's transformation from a pure messaging service into a full-blown media destination. Once the app update is in place, a quick tap on a circle ... @2015-01-27 17:25

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