Computer sweden

Android-gurun Andy Rubin lämnar Google

Andy Rubin, som utvecklade Googles mobiloperativsystem Android OS och senast chef för företagets robotsatsningar, lämnar sökmotorjätten. @2014-10-31 05:40

Epidemic Sound surfar på digitala musikvågen

I en vindsvåning på Södermalm i Stockholm huserar Epidemic Sound. Med sin tekniska plattform tillhandahåller företaget musik till rörlig bild. Målgruppen är tv-producenter, som för en fast summa använder verken som bakgrundsmusik. @2014-10-30 16:46

PCI-chefen tar sig an hackarna

Hackare och cyberbrottslingar måste attackeras på ett mer systematiskt sätt. Det säger Stephen Orfei som är tillträdande toppchef för säkerhetsstandardorganisationen PCI Security Standards Council. @2014-10-30 15:26

Kunder rasar mot bitcoinbolaget

Det stormar runt svenska KNC Miner. Ett stort antal kunder har köpt bitcoin- och litecoin-grävare som inte levererats och försöker nu få sina pengar tillbaka. @2014-10-30 14:22

Ruckus med fokus på de små

Ruckus Wireless har sedan tio år satsat på utveckling av accesspunkter för hotell och stora arenor. Nu kommer de första produkterna för mindre företag. Allt styrs med hjälp av en mobiltelefon. @2014-10-30 13:17

Företagskunder nöjdare med telekomtjänster

Klagomålen är fortfarande det stora problemet för telekombranschen. Men i år ökar ändå kundnöjdheten - framför allt bland företagskunderna. @2014-10-30 13:06

Brandsläckningskaos bakom nytt Tele2-haveri

När brandsläckningssystemet gick igång i Tele2:s serverhallar tog det med sig flera livsviktiga diskar i fallet. Teknikhaveriet är bara ett i raden av incidenter som företagets drabbats av under hösten. @2014-10-30 12:58

Stockholms ambulanser får toppmodernt it-stöd

Nu utrustas Stockholms ambulanser med en helt ny teknikplattform för runt 100 miljoner kronor. Det blir nytt journalsystem, nytt EKG-system, nytt navigeringssystem och surfplattor till personalen. @2014-10-30 11:40

Extrema flashkort från Kina

Kinesiska Memblaze har öppnat sitt första kontor i Europa och ska börja sälja pci-baserade flashkort med prestanda utöver det vanliga. @2014-10-30 11:04

Dagens HIT-bolag: Mediocre

Nästa nominerade företag på Computer Swedens HIT-lista är Malmöbaserade spelutvecklaren Mediocre - som knappast gör skäl för sitt namn. @2014-10-30 10:49

HP satsar hårt på 3d-skrivare

HP har presenterat ett antal nya tekniker som ska göra 3d-skrivare tio gånger snabbare än dagens modeller. Dessutom ska skrivarna bli billigare samtidigt som materialet ska bli tåligare. @2014-10-30 10:41

Gottfrid Svartholm Warg fälld i Danmark

Gottfrid Svartholm Warg har dömts skyldig för hacket mot CSC 2012  i en domstol i Fredrikshamn. Straffet är inte bestämt, men åklagaren  yrkar på maxstraffet på 6 år. CSC kräver fem miljoner kronor i  skadestånd. @2014-10-30 10:00

Samsungs lågprissatsar efter dramatiskt vinstras

Samsung drabbas nu med full kraft av konkurrensen från kinesiska lågprisleverantörer. Vinsten föll med nästan 50 procent under tredje kvartalet @2014-10-30 09:54

Dator utan tangentbord och mus

HP är på gång med en dator som skiljer sig rejält från mängden. Här ersätter man nämligen mus och tangentbord med en projektor. @2014-10-30 09:38

Microsoft på väg slutföra jättenedskärning

Microsoft uppgav under onsdagen att företaget har minskat personalstyrkan med ytterligare cirka 3 000 personer. @2014-10-30 06:05

Google är alla företags konkurrent

Den som med dataanalys kan svara på frågan varför en viss kund köpte en viss vara vid ett visst tillfälle är framtidens vinnare. Och experterna är eniga: Googles analysmodell är överlägset bäst. @2014-10-30 06:02

Nordiska företag ökar it-investeringarna

it-investeringarna ökar bland de nordiska företagen, visar en undersökning från analysföretaget IDC: @2014-10-30 05:46

Rolls-Royce väljer Workday

Tillverkningsjätten Rolls-Royce börjar använda ett personalhanteringssystem från Workday. @2014-10-30 05:34

IBM och Twitter startar beslutsstödsallians

IBM och Twitter startar ett nära partnerskap för att stöda företagens affärsbeslut med hjälp analyser av sociala medieströmmar. @2014-10-30 05:21

PwC satsar på Google Apps

Konsultjätten PwC startar ett partnerskap med sökmotorjätten och inför samtidigt Google Apps för 45 000 anställda i USA och Australien. @2014-10-30 04:59

Ny teknik

Moskva förvånas av ny fransk manöver om Mistral

Ryssland uppfyller inte uppställda krav för att få ta över de franskbyggda krigsfartygen i Mistral-klass, säger Frankrikes finansminister Michel Sapin. @2014-10-30 16:51

Stoppa stressen chefens ansvar

Har du stressigt på jobbet? Du är inte ensam. Sex av tio arbetsplatser saknar förebyggande arbete. @2014-10-30 15:46

Snabb bildsensor säkrar spårvagnsresan

En extremt snabb bildsensor hjälper spårvagnsföraren att upptäcka risker och varna innan olyckan är ett faktum. @2014-10-30 15:25

Vattenfall: Avgiften för kärnkraften oroar oss

De stora kärnkraftsägarna känner sig pressade av de nya förslagen om säkerhetsförstärkningar. Alla alternativ för de äldsta reaktorerna är fortfarande öppna. @2014-10-30 14:54

Microsofts hälsoarmband är bara början

Microsoft presenterade i veckan Microsoft Band – ett hälsoarmband med tio avancerade sensorer. Armbandet är dock bara en pusselbit i Microsofts ambition att samla personliga hälsodata från alla människor i världen. @2014-10-30 14:51

Biomiljö slår film på naken bildskärm

Film som visas i biografmiljö ger en starkare upplevelse än om filmen visas på endast en bildskärm. Men skärmstorleken är inte avgörande. @2014-10-30 14:47

HP visar upp sin 3D-skrivare

HP ger sina skrivare en ny dimension. Fast 3d-skrivaren som nu visats upp börjar säljas först 2016. @2014-10-30 13:18

Dansk minister vill förbjuda kol

Redan om tio år vill Danmarks klimat- och energiminister att all kolförbränning ska vara avvecklad - fem år före den ursprungliga planen. @2014-10-30 12:51

Svartholm Warg skyldig till dataintrång

Den svenske Pirate Bay-grundaren Gottfrid Svartholm Warg anses vara skyldig till dataintrång i offentliga register, bland annat polisens register, i Danmark. @2014-10-30 12:29

Träna din hjärna att fokusera

Du kan öka din produktivitet genom att träna hjärnan på att fokusera. Det säger civilingenjören Martin Ström, som har skrivit en bok om mindfulness på jobbet. @2014-10-30 11:34

Förbifartens projektchef: ”Lite trickig situation”

Trafikverket uppskattar att frysningen av byggprojektet Förbifart Stockholm kommer att kosta mellan 170 och 260 miljoner kronor. @2014-10-30 11:23

Nya nedskrivningar i krisande Vattenfall

Krisen i Vattenfall leder till nya nedskrivningar av bolagets värde på 23 miljarder kronor. Dessutom utökas sparpaketet. @2014-10-30 11:06

Är det här en knivslip eller ett gradverktyg?

TEKNIKFRÅGAN. Är det mystiska verktyget en knivslip eller ett gradverktyg? Läsarfrågan splittrar Ny Tekniks läsare. @2014-10-30 11:00

Budgetmobil rekordökar – i topp med Samsung och Apple

På bara tre år har kinesiska Xiaomi blivit trea i världen på smarta mobiler. @2014-10-30 10:48

Förarlösa vagnar till Riyads metro

Bombardier ska leverera 47 tvåvagnars tåg till den saudiska huvudstaden Riyads nya förarlösa tunnelbana. @2014-10-30 10:16

Vattenfall: Sälj brunkolen

Vattenfall överväger att sälja brunkolsverksamheten i Tyskland. Bolagets styrelse låter nu undersöka alternativ till ägande. @2014-10-30 09:28

Laser hårdbevakar norska berget

I norska Romsdalen väntar geologer och ortsbefolkningen spänt på att ett väldigt bergsskred ska lösa ut. Rörelserna i berget Mannen övervakas dygnet runt. @2014-10-30 09:22

Jo, den här saken finns faktiskt på riktigt

TEKNIKSVEPET. Apparaten Dorothy har tagits fram för att smidigt kunna smita från en dejt. Här är ett urval av de senaste tekniknyheterna. @2014-10-30 08:36

Sveriges bästa hållbarhetsbyggen

Just nu pågår konferensen Sustainable Building 14, om hållbart byggande, i Barcelona. Sverige visar tio byggprojekt. @2014-10-30 08:03

Typografins svarta får fyller år

Det omdebatterade, barnsliga, hatade och samtidigt väl använda typsnittet Comic Sans fyller 20 år. @2014-10-30 07:54

Toms hardware

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

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

Pandora Machine: A Steam Box Made In Italy

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

Team BlackSheep Discovery Pro: Building A $3000 Quadcopter

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

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

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

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

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

Cloud Storage Providers: Comparison Of Features And Prices

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

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

Engadget

Google wants more companies to highlight actionable content on Inbox app

Google has been making it easier for more and more third-party companies to take advantage of its products' features recently. For instance, it's now taking airlines, restos and event venues (among others) by the hand, showing them how to use the new... @2014-10-31 04:56

Samsung's all-metal Galaxy A5 and A3 are its slimmest smartphones ever

A unibody metal body, 5-inch AMOLED display, 13-megapixel camera, a claim as Samsung's "thinnest smartphone to date" and yet, this isn't a flagship smartphone. Especially for Halloween - or not related at all - the Galaxy A5 and A3 yet more... @2014-10-31 03:37

'Arrested Development' season four is getting a re-edit

It wasn't a huge mistake, but the structure that Arrested Development's fourth season used was a bit off-putting for some viewers. Each episode followed the foibles of single members of the Bluth family in a few different timelines, and the early... @2014-10-31 03:34

Spain is making Google (and others) pay news publishers a tax

For companies like Google, facing problems with the law across Europe has become a common thing. The most recent example of this is now taking place in Spain, where the country's parliament just gave the go-ahead to what's being known as the "Google... @2014-10-31 02:56

Next Thursday you can ask Mark Zuckerberg anything

"When so many other features of the site have changed, why is Poking still a thing?" That's the question I'd ask Mark Zuckerberg if I ever had the chance. And next week, I might get an answer. Just about anyone could get a query answered by the... @2014-10-31 01:44

Android co-founder Andy Rubin is leaving Google

Just about a year ago we learned Andy Rubin had shifted his focus at Google from Android ("the definition of open") to working with robots, like the ones from its acquisition Boston Dynamics, but tonight reports indicate he is leaving the company... @2014-10-31 01:02

Warblr can identify that bird just by hearing its song

Technology can be pretty wonderful sometimes. Case in point: Warblr, an app that uses sound recognition tech and your phone's GPS signal to identify birdsongs. The application first pinpoints where you are (it'll debut in the United Kingdom), and... @2014-10-31 00:17

Engadget Daily: The 'Microsoft Band,' life with the OnePlus One and more!

Been waiting for a Windows-powered smartwatch? Well, you'll have to keep waiting; Microsoft's debut wearable is a Nike FuelBand-like fitness tracker called the Band. That's not all we have on deck, though. Click through for our Nintendo 3DS review,... @2014-10-30 23:16

Kodak's new action cam offers 360-degree views of your stunts

Kodak has already thrown its hat into the action cam fray, but its new gadget offers a much wider view of the goings-on. The company's PIXPRO SP360 effort captures footage with 360-degree views in full HD (1080p), which it says is capable of creating... @2014-10-30 22:29

Researchers use wearable sensors to better communicate with dogs

Sometimes it can be difficult to get your canine companion to get the commands you're giving, but there could be an easier way in the future. Researchers at North Carolina State University are working on a means to improve those communication skills... @2014-10-30 21:57

Don't call Timex's Ironman One GPS+ a 'smartwatch' (hands-on)

The last time we thought about Timex, we were still using landlines and adjusting the tracking on the VCR so that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze would display properly. Remember "Indiglo"? That's still a thing, apparently!... @2014-10-30 21:26

I typed my entire BlackBerry Passport review on the phone's tiny keyboard

Apparently I'm a masochist. That's an odd way to begin a review. But to give BlackBerry's latest handset, the Passport, as thorough a review as possible, I decided to type the entire thing from the phone itself. My twisted idea came from a... @2014-10-30 20:45

Tell us how you really feel about the iPhone 6 Plus and Galaxy Note 4

Sure, smartphones have been getting larger and larger every year. And for those who really want to go big, large-screen "phablet" Android phones have risen to fill the demand. But iPhone users who wanted a larger screen have always been left wanting... @2014-10-30 20:15

Vudu lends its on-demand streaming library to TiVo devices

TiVo owners who enjoy doing more than just recording TV shows just got another on-demand option. Walmart's video service, Vudu, will be available on select models soon, bringing over 100,000 movie and television selections for rent or purchase à la... @2014-10-30 19:47

TalkTalk to join the exclusive 'quad-play' club... sort of

Earlier this year, Virgin Media became the UK's first 'quad-play' provider, meaning it began offering one-bill bundles that include all four of its services: mobile, landline, broadband and TV. Soon enough, however, TalkTalk will be joining Virgin... @2014-10-30 19:43

James Cameron thinks current VR technology is 'a yawn'

Coming from the man who created Terminator and Avatar, two of the most highly recognized sci-fi franchises, you'd think James Cameron would be excited about the rise of virtual reality in the past couple of years. But not so fast. Yesterday, during... @2014-10-30 19:19

Netflix is coming to BT TV YouView boxes

BT today announced its second quarter financial results, but it's not the facts and figures we're interested in, as thrilling as they may be. All but hidden among tables and text is the news that BT's hooked up with Netflix, and pretty soon, the... @2014-10-30 18:55

Crash test dummies are getting fatter to better represent humanity

Did you know that if you're on the hefty side, you're 78 percent more likely to die in an automobile accident? It's a statistic that has prompted the world's biggest supplier of crash test dummies to build a model that's more in keeping with our... @2014-10-30 18:49

MSI's latest gaming laptop packs a mechanical keyboard

Using a laptop for gaming usually means making a few sacrifices, including the keyboard; you often have to make do with thin, flat keys that don't compare to what you get with many desktops. You won't have to compromise on input with MSI's new GT80... @2014-10-30 18:21

Gold Moto 360 makes a brief appearance at Amazon

When it comes to jewelry, some folks prefer gold to silver. After debuting its Moto 360 smartwatch in black and silver options, it appears a champagne-hued model is on the way from Motorola. Tipped a brief appearance on Amazon, the $300 wearable... @2014-10-30 17:54

Nottingham's National Videogame Arcade could be the best museum ever

Nottingham's probably best known for its infamous sheriff, but next year it'll have another claim to fame when a museum dedicated to gaming opens in the city. The National Videogame Arcade, said to be "the world's first cultural centre for gaming,"... @2014-10-30 17:44

Get ready to start seeing video ads in your Instagram feed

If people weren't too happy with the first batch of sponsored posts by Instagram, those temper tantrums might reach a new level soon. According to Adweek, the Facebook-owned imaging service is now rolling out video ads to users' feeds, having been... @2014-10-30 17:28

IRL: The OnePlus One is everything my iPhone wasn't

After last month's iPhone event, I was disappointed -- I realized the iPhone 6 and its "Plus" sibling were still catching up to Android in a lot of ways. Regardless, the devoted iPhone fan in me still pre-ordered an iPhone 6 a few days later, in the... @2014-10-30 17:00

Samsung's 3G-ready Gear S watch reaches the US November 7th

Itching to strap Samsung's 3G-equipped Gear S smartwatch on your wrist? If you're in the US, you'll only have to wait one more week. The cellular-capable timepiece is now officially slated to reach American stores on November 7th, including Best Buy,... @2014-10-30 16:30

Google makes Play Books more student friendly

Google's latest Play Books update for Android makes the app a lot easier to use for reading non-fiction e-books. See, Play Books is perfect if you're just reading something from cover to cover. But if you're using it to read text or reference books... @2014-10-30 16:00

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