Computer sweden

Så många har dumpat Radiotjänst

Sedan Högsta förvaltningsdomstolen slog fast att en dator inte ska beläggas med tv-avgift har avanmälningarna strömmat in till Radiotjänst. @2014-09-02 15:26

Powerpoint-bråk avbröt Svartholm Warg-rättegång

Den danska dataintrångsrättegången mot Gottfrid Svartholm Warg och en medåtalad 21-årig dansk avbröts innan den knappt hunnit börjat. @2014-09-02 15:02

En lastbil kommer lastad...med big data

SAP har gett sig ut på europeisk bussturné med big data-case för att locka företag att satsa mer - och visa upp sin egen teknik. Nu har bussen kommit till Norden. @2014-09-02 15:01

Nu kommer Boxer till mobilen

Efter några månaders kundtester kan Boxer snart börja erbjuda sina kunder att titta på tv via mobilen. Dessutom satsar man på tv-boxar med internetkoppling. @2014-09-02 11:37

Riksrevisionen granskar dab-beslut

Regeringens planer på att släcka fm-nätet till förmån för ett digitalt dab-nät stöter på patrull. Riksrevisionen har hittat tveksamheter och inleder nu en granskning. @2014-09-02 09:52

Här är it-företagen sämst i klassen

400 000 kronor i produktionsbortfall. Det är kostnaden för en utbränd medarbetare. Men trots det släpar många it-företag efter. @2014-09-02 09:24

Svartholm Warg inför rätta i Danmark

Riskerar sex års fängelse. @2014-09-02 08:57

Kina skärper tonen mot Microsoft.

Kräver svar på frågor inom 20 dagar. @2014-09-02 06:38

EU hårdgranskar Facebooks Whatsapp-köp

Beslut om godkännande väntas om en månad. @2014-09-02 06:25

Sakernas internet blir ett affärsproblem

En tredjedel av de svenska företagen anser att sakernas internet blir affärskritiskt inom fem år, visar en färsk undersökning. @2014-09-02 06:13

Skärpta kortregler slår mot e-handlare

Från och med den 1 januari måste både webbhotell och e-handlare uppfylla de säkerhetskrav som gäller för alla som hanterar kontokort. För många mindre företag innebär det stora förändringar. @2014-09-02 06:00

Europol startar cyberbrottsstyrka

EU:s gemensamma polis Europol startade under måndagen en polisstyrka som ska arbeta med internationella onlinebrott inom EU och i andra länder. @2014-09-02 05:48

Fujitsu installerar nfc-bankomater i jättebank

Fujitsu inför 8 500 bankomater som låter mobiler ta ut pengar med hjälp av närfältskommunikation, nfc. @2014-09-02 05:25

EU-utredare: ge 700-bandet till mobiloperatörerna

Nu öppnar även EU för att låta mobiloperatörerna ta över de attraktiva 700 MHz-frekvenserna från digital tv. Mobiloperatörerna bör släppas in kring år 2020, enligt en utredning som EU-kommisionären Neelie Kroes beställt. @2014-09-01 16:59

Adresskaos skickade oskyldiga till Kronofogden

Transportstyrelsen får hård kritik efter att ha misslyckats med att hantera adresser längre än 30 tecken. Tvingas nu införa manuella rutiner. @2014-09-01 16:47

Snabbare surf med smartare minne

Mozilla arbetar på en ny lösning för minneshantering i webbläsare. Det kan leda till bättre prestanda och stabilare surfning. @2014-09-01 16:17

Därför är lösenorden så passé

Att skydda sig med enbart lösenord är som att kriga med sköldar och svärd mot de cyberkriminella. Det visar erfarenheten från den senaste gigantiska ryska hackarattacken. @2014-09-01 15:00

Ultrabreda skärmar med böj

Både Dell och LG är på gång med nya skärmar som inte bara är extra breda utan även har böjda skärmpaneler. @2014-09-01 13:43

Lätt att få it-jobb i Stockholm

Utvecklare och it-arkitekter hör till de yrken huvudstadens företag efterfrågar mest, enligt en ny rapport från Arbetsförmedlingen. @2014-09-01 13:34

Så ska Simplivity utmana jättarna

Lagringsuppstickaren Simplivity ser positivt på framtiden, trots stenhård konkurrens. "Marknaden kommer att förändras snabbt", säger Sverigechefen. @2014-09-01 13:03

Ny teknik

Lysröret blir wifi-antenn

Ett lysrör kan både fungera som ljuskälla och wifi-antenn visar försök i Malaysia. @2014-09-02 16:31

Svartholm Warg i ny intrångshärva

29-årige Gottfrid Svartholm Warg står inför rätta just nu i Danmark. Han är tillsammans med en 21-årig dansk åtalad för det största dataintrånget i landets historia. @2014-09-02 16:25

Anders Wijkman: Det blir inte fler jobb

DEBATT Alla i den pågående valrörelsen lovar fler jobb. Men robotisering och artificiell intelligens gör att jobben kommer bli färre. Det pågående teknikskiftet är något som politiker inte nämner med ett ord i jobbdebatten, skriver Anders Wijkman. @2014-09-02 16:10

Nytt gratisprogram för bildredigering

Ett bildredigeringsprogram som finns i webbversion och som mobilapp har nu dykt upp som ett gratisprogram för Mac och Pc. @2014-09-02 15:56

Volvo testar kinesisk S60L i USA

Volvo kommer inom kort att testa om USA-marknaden är mogen för kinesiska bilar. @2014-09-02 14:47

Så släpper du behovet av att alltid ha rätt

Driften att alltid vilja ha rätt leder oss bort från andra människor. Det går att tämja impulsen och komma varandra närmare, säger coachen. @2014-09-02 14:43

Taxi-uppstickarens vapen: Samåkning

En ny app kopplar ihop privatpersoner som vill samåka i bil mot betalning. Bakom tjänsten står den amerikanska taxi-utmanaren Uber. @2014-09-02 13:53

Effektiva farthinder på Öresundsbron

Farthindren på Öresundsbron har visat sig ge god effekt i trafiken. @2014-09-02 13:16

”Skickliga lärare ska belönas”

REPLIK Inget är så viktigt för skolans kvalitet som skickliga lärare. Vi satsar på fler karriärtjänster, examenspremie men också på ytterligare 9 000 platser på lärarutbildningen, skriver Tomas Tobé (m). @2014-09-02 13:10

Partiernas vallöften – på en minut

Både Alliansen och Socialdemokraterna har presenterat sina valmanifest. Vad vill de i teknikfrågor? Ny Teknik har gått igenom förslagen. @2014-09-02 12:51

Bildäck ger bättre batterier

Malda bildäck ger råvara som gör batterier billigare och mer effektiva. @2014-09-02 12:31

Största flytande solkraftverket

Kyocera ska bygga världens största flytande solkraftverk med hjälp av fransk teknik. @2014-09-02 11:37

Bron gled på plats med såpa

Två broar lanserades över bangården vid Tomteboda i Stockholm i helgen. - Det gick som en dans, säger projektledaren Marie Fredell. @2014-09-02 10:38

Riksrevisionen granskar Dab

Dab planerar att ersätta fm-radionätet 2022. Men nu inleder Riksrevisionen en granskning av satsningen. @2014-09-02 08:39

Nokia in i Samsungs klockor

TEKNIKSVEPET. Här är ett urval av de senaste tekniknyheterna. @2014-09-02 07:32

Apple täpper till hål i Icloud

Apple "utreder aktivt" det intrång i molntjänsten Icloud som avslöjades i helgen. Skådespelerskan Jennifer Lawrence och en rad andra kändisar kan ha fått privat material stulet. @2014-09-02 07:10

Ny Microsoftanläggning i Finland

Microsoft har investerat hundratals miljoner dollar i en stor datacentral i Nyland, alltså i eller helt nära Helsingfors. @2014-09-02 07:07

Självkörande bilar som att åka hiss

Självkörande bilar omkullkastar synen på föraren. När bilen sköter allt själv spelar det mindre roll om personen bakom ratten är sjuk, full eller sover, konstaterar Transportstyrelsen. @2014-09-02 06:58

Ge bort frukt – eller gör biogas

Nu fyller den våra gräsmattor – och husägare som inte ser upp kan få en onykter älg på halsen. @2014-09-02 06:56

Till och med du låter som en stjärna

NY TEKNIK TESTAR. Sjung som en stjärna! Det är med stora ord karaokemaskinen Singtrix marknadsförs. Ny Tekniks reporter kände sig inte som en stjärna efter att ha testat. Men hade kul under tiden. @2014-09-02 06:30

Toms hardware

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

Imagination's Quest To Provide A Third Major Mobile Platform

By acquiring MIPS Technologies, Imagination hopes to build a strong platform to compete against the incumbent ARM and daunting challenger Intel on a more equal footing. We go through the company's portfolio to determine its strengths and opportunities. @2014-08-08 09:00

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: August 2014

August gives you price reductions across the Radeon and GeForce line-ups. We also take a close look at AMD's Mantle graphics API, test PowerColor's new dual Radeon R9 290X and AMD's FirePro W8100, and talk about Nvidia's upcoming Maxwell-based cards. @2014-08-07 09:00

BenQ PG2401PT, 24-inch Color Accurate Monitor Review

Photographers and printing pros look for the ultimate accuracy when they choose a monitor. BenQ answers the call with its 24-inch PG2401PT IPS display. It’s industry-certified for color accuracy, even without calibration. Today, we put it to the test. @2014-08-06 09:00

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: August 2014

Over the last month, a myriad of price changes hit the processor market. We tell you if any of them affect your buying strategy. On top of that, we discuss rumors surrounding AMD's next-generation Corrizo APU and Intel's upcoming eight-core Haswell-E. @2014-08-05 09:00

Roccat Sova: Exclusive Photos, Drawings and Renders

Who wouldn’t like to sit on the couch comfortably playing a game with a keyboard and mouse? This is what ROCCAT asked, after which they set out to provide an all-in-one solution that didn’t result in any bent limbs. @2014-08-04 09:00

Upgrading And Repairing PCs 21st Edition: Flash Storage

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're bringing you select portions of Chapter 10: Flash and Removable Storage. @2014-08-03 09:00

Five Highly Efficient Power Supplies: 1200 W and Up

Until recently, buying a PSU with a four-digit wattage was perhaps most useful for boasting among fellow hardware enthusiasts – there was barely any real need for such high wattages. However, Bitcoin mining and Altcoin mining have changed that. @2014-08-01 09:00

Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 Performance Preview

The Snapdragon brand is synonymous with performance. It creates anxiety that competing SoCs feel deep down in their silicon substrate. But can Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 805 maintain its dominance in the Android-based smartphone market? @2014-07-31 09:00

AMD FirePro W8100 Review: The Professional Radeon R9 290

After introducing the flagship FirePro W9100, AMD now has a FirePro W8100 in its portfolio. Somewhat lower specs (like 8 GB of memory, a slower GPU, and fewer shader units) should position it in the workstation world where the Radeon R9 290 is in gaming. @2014-07-30 09:00

The Pentium G3258 Cheap Overclocking Experiment

You wanted a comparison of Intel's Pentium G3258 using low-cost platform components. Can an entry-level motherboard and bundled heat sink still deliver a satisfying overclocking experience, or does going cheap ruin this dual-core CPU's value appeal? @2014-07-29 09:00

Transcend SSD340 256 GB Review: Now With JMicron Inside

We have our first retail SSD with JMicron's JMF667H controller. Paying $115 for 256 GB of fast storage sure sounds attractive, but has the company ironed out the issues that plagued it in the early days of SSDs? We run its SSD340 through our grinder. @2014-07-28 09:00

RAID Data Recovery and Repair Services: A Buyer's Guide

RAID data recovery and disk repair is more complicated than dealing with a single drive. Here are considerations before choosing a service. @2014-07-26 09:00

LG 34UM95 34-Inch Ultra-Wide QHD Monitor Review

When we looked at 29-inch ultra-wide displays last year, we asked for greater size and more pixels. LG answers that request with its 34UM95, a 34-inch panel with a resolution of 3440x1440. Today we run it through our performance and usability analysis. @2014-07-25 09:00

Engadget

Facebook said to bring back some face-recognition features in the EU

In the past, European data authorities haven't been very receptive of Facebook's facial recognition software. But it looks like that might be changing soon. According to TechCrunch, the social networking titan has (quietly) started to restore some... @2014-09-02 20:36

SoftBank's humanoid helper robot will come to the US within a year

Good news: you won't have to book a flight to Japan to try SoftBank's Pepper robot for yourself. The telecom now expects the helpful humanoid machine to launch in the US within a year. There's no mention of American pricing so far, although you may... @2014-09-02 20:09

Wellograph's fashionable fitness tracker is now on sale

It was back in January that we got our first look at Wellograph's stylish fitness watch with a sapphire crystal display. More than half a year later, however, and the company is ready to start pushing the hardware out to its customers. The Wellograph... @2014-09-02 19:43

We're live at IFA 2014 in Berlin!

It's the first week of September, which means we're getting ready to attend the annual IFA trade show in Berlin. IFA is a difficult show to describe: While it's becoming a huge launchpad for smartphones, tablets and smartwatches, it's also... @2014-09-02 19:15

Follow Reddit's crazy AMAs from its official app

Reddit's Ask Me Anything (AMA) interviews with celebrities run the gamut from stellar to ugly, but they're usually entertaining -- and there's now a dedicated app. That means you won't have to wade through the site's copious content to find... @2014-09-02 18:47

YouTube now lets you tip your favorite video makers

If you've been itching to tip YouTube video producers, you'll be glad to know that you can finally reward those people for their hard work: the Fan Funding feature has launched in Australia, Japan, Mexico and the US. If a video host sets up a virtual... @2014-09-02 18:21

Android Wear updates will let you leave your phone at home

One of the biggest gripes of smartwatch ownership is the (usual) dependency on your smartphone; do you really want to carry two devices when you're going out for a run? If you're an Android Wear fan, you won't have to in the near future. Google tells... @2014-09-02 17:54

Native Instruments reveals new keyboards for 'Komplete' freaks

First came synths, samplers and drum machines. Then computers caught up, and could do much of the same stuff, for much less money (and in much less space). But, humans like to "play" things, so we then we got MIDI controllers. Now, the circle is... @2014-09-02 17:29

Engadget giveaway: win an HTC One M8 courtesy of MapHook!

Albums worth of photos and scattered receipts may serve as breadcrumbs when you're trying to revisit your travels, but they're far from an ideal solution. MapHook has an alternative, though, with its free Android and iOS app that lets you tag your... @2014-09-02 17:00

What you can expect at IFA 2014

IFA is one of the largest consumer electronics trade shows in the world, and it's also one of the most unique. The annual show, held this week in Berlin, has a knack for announcing new washing machines, sewing machines and kitchen appliances... @2014-09-02 16:40

Epson dives into fitness wearables with heart and run trackers

How do you know when wrist-worn technology is officially a trend? When a brand best known for its printers gets in on the action. As promised, Epson is launching its first wrist-based wearables, and they're all about improving your fitness. Each line... @2014-09-02 16:19

Imagination Technologies to ARM: anything you can do, our new chips can do better

Despite Intel's best efforts, ARM remains the undisputed king of the mobile world, but another chip design house, just 51 miles down the road, is hoping to change that. Imagination Technologies, the outfit famous for its PowerVR mobile graphics tech,... @2014-09-02 16:00

Netflix teams up with Facebook to make recommending movies faster

Man, [insert movie name here] on Netflix was awesome, wasn't it? Plenty of thoughtful action with just a smidge of the sappy stuff, and it didn't feel too ham-fisted either. As it turns out, Netflix doesn't just want you to recommend the film to your... @2014-09-02 15:46

Uber banned across Germany

Despite putting the brakes on injunctions in both Berlin and Hamburg, Uber has once again felt the effects of a ban, but this time it's effective on a national level. Earlier today, a court in Frankfurt ruled that the car-hailing service doesn't have... @2014-09-02 15:21

You can now unplug Sonos kit from the router

Sonos has made a name for itself as a wireless home audio system. The problem is -- up until today -- that you still needed to plug something into the router (one of your speakers, or a "Bridge" device). What's new today? Sonos has come good on its... @2014-09-02 15:00

Now TV comes to the Chromecast

Ever since Now TV launched, subscribers have cried out for Sky to support more streaming devices. Today, the company answered some of its critics by announcing it's built Chromecast functionality into its Now TV apps on both iOS and Android. If you... @2014-09-02 14:53

Digitsole's smart insoles keep your tootsies warm as you walk

Most people believe that wrist-worn wearables are technology's next frontier, but only one company that we know of has thought about our feet. Today, that number increases to two, now that Digitsole has announced an interactive insole that's designed... @2014-09-02 14:45

Sony's next smartphone-mounted camera will let you change lenses

If you're looking to rule Instagram, Sony's about to give you the ultimate smartphone weapon, judging by a leak from Xperia Blog. The site posted several purported images of the Sony ILCE-QX1, a lens camera system that'd work with interchangeable... @2014-09-02 13:55

Philips' Hue Beyond brings smart lighting to lamps and table lights

Here's a thing that we learned today: an enclosed light fitting, like a table lamp or a pendant light is technically called a luminaire. The reason that we now know this, is because that's the phrase Philips is using to describe the latest addition... @2014-09-02 13:00

NASA explains why you won't get a drone delivery anytime soon

Delivery drones are great at exactly one job right now: generating buzz. However, NASA has told the New York Times that actual widget-shipping drones from Amazon or Google are still far in the future. And the space agency should know: it has taken on... @2014-09-02 12:39

Photos show the Xperia Z3 Compact is (another) chip off the old block

To say that Sony's Xperia devices have become a bit... "samey" would be an understatement. If the picture above is anything to go by, don't expect that trend to change any time soon. The snaps (more at the source) show what is claimed to be the... @2014-09-02 11:48

BBC launches kid coding lessons as schools increase focus on computing

This week marks a new chapter in how computing is taught in Britain's schools, with children as young as five learning how to code as part of the government's new national curriculum. With the help of hardware like the Raspberry Pi, schools are... @2014-09-02 10:42

Samsung coats its new smartwatch in Swarovski crystal, so now you'll want it

LG's not the only electronics maker hoping a scattering of Swarovski will add... something to its products. Not far behind, Samsung now has the Gear S Strap, an accessory ready to pair to its just-announced (and again, just after LG) wearable. If... @2014-09-02 10:29

Korean carrier upgrades eel farm, makes the Internet of (slimey) Things

By definition, the Internet of Things (IoT) should connect with anything -- even writhing, kinda gross, but often delicious eels. SK Telecom's latest project is aimed at showcasing its IoT skills with a pilot connected eel farm that uses a network of... @2014-09-02 08:56

webOS granted a second life on mobile as LuneOS

It's been some time since we heard from the Open webOS project, but work is still ongoing. The port has changed names in the last year to go by LuneOS, and the first release under the new name is now available. This particular version is called... @2014-09-02 07:14

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