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Peka med Python

Med det öppna biblioteket Kivy går det att skapa touchapplikationer med Python som fungerar på flera operativsystem. @2014-08-20 16:43

Storbritannien driver standard för sakernas internet

Satsar 20 miljoner kronor på Hypercat. @2014-08-20 15:36

Haglöfs kränger av Excel-ryggsäcken

Haglöfs, som tillverkar kläder och utrustning för friluftsliv, installerar nytt beslutsstöd som ska ge bättre kostnadskoll. @2014-08-20 15:21

Repris: Valdebatt om it i samhället

Satsar politikerna på framtiden inom it? Hur tillvaratas it i samhället? IT&Telekomföretagen låter riksdagspartierna ge sin syn i en livesänd debatt. Följ den här. @2014-08-20 13:59

Statens e-arkiv en våt dröm för leverantörerna

Regeringens beslut att en e-arkivlösning för 500 miljoner kronor ska köpas in får snålvattnet att rinna på leverantörerna. @2014-08-20 12:36

Favorit i repris: Best of Ballmer

Den karismatiske Steve Ballmer har gjort sig känd inte minst för sina offentliga framträdanden genom åren. Här är några favoriter. @2014-08-20 10:56

Dell: Lägre kostnader med öppna nätverk

Dell har tre år efter köpet av Force 10 fått ordentlig fart på nätverksdivisionen och går nu in i en fas där produkterna blir allt mer öppna. Ledordet är Open Networking. @2014-08-20 10:22

Inga lås är helt inbrottssäkra

Inget lås är helt säkert mot uppdyrkning och inbrott, visar en kartläggning från amerikanska tidningen CIO. @2014-08-20 09:17

SAP investerar i Afrika

Planerar storsatsning på afrikanska företag. @2014-08-20 06:17

Obama-kampanjchef blir strategichef på Uber

Ska leda de hårdnande juridiska striderna. @2014-08-20 06:11

Molnflytt ska spetsa Coca-Colas affärer

Ska flytta flertalet av sina affärskritiska system till molnet. @2014-08-20 05:58

"Överdriven hajp kring 3d-skrivare"

Förväntningarna om en snar revolution för 3d-skrivare kommer på skam, enligt Gartner. Skrivarna slår inte igenom på bred front under de kommande fem åren. @2014-08-20 05:45

Smartglasögon för företagsmarknaden

Företaget Thalmic Labs släpper gestkontrollerade Myo-armband som fungerar med tre smartglasögon och som är avsedda att användas i företag. @2014-08-20 05:44

Därför gör Ballmer slut med Microsoft

Sex månader efter att han avgick som Microsofts vd hoppar nu Steve Ballmer även av från sin styrelseplats i företaget. @2014-08-20 05:14

Resan bort från stordatorn

Fritidsresor har flyttat sitt viktigaste system, det för bokningar, från stordatorn till Windowsservrar. Men det är fortfarande skrivet i Cobol. @2014-08-19 15:59

Patientuppgifter stals i enorm hackarattack

Personuppgifter från 4,5 miljoner patientjournaler stals vid ett dataintrång hos ett amerikanskt sjukhusföretag. @2014-08-19 14:14

Svenskarna som lovar spionsäker fildelning

Säkerhetsföretaget Romab har utvecklat ett filtransportprogram som enligt upphovsmännen klarar helt säker överföring och därmed ska vara det första i sitt slag. @2014-08-19 10:52

De blir ny sponsor för Kodcentrum

It-utbildningsföretaget Informator går in som sponsor i nybildade Kodcentrum. @2014-08-19 10:36

Uselt it-stöd för rektorer

Kraven på att rektorer ska dokumentera och följa upp sin verksamhet har ökat kraftigt de senaste åren. @2014-08-19 09:46

Gratis Windows för Raspberry Pi-utmanare

Microsoft ger bort specialversion av Windows för Intels Galileo. @2014-08-19 09:01

Ny teknik

Nevs eldriven Saab premiärvisades

Trollhättan (TT). Större än många små elbilar för stadstrafik. Men mindre, och med kortare räckvidd, än amerikanska Tesla. Nevs eldrivna Saab 9-3 vill vara däremellan, som familjebil. Om den alls kommer i produktion. @2014-08-20 16:19

Öppna låset med mobilen

Ett nytt hänglås öppnas med mobilen via Bluetooth. @2014-08-20 14:48

Svenskt rymdbolag satsar på rymdturism

Nystartade Space Travel Alliance ska göra Kiruna till centrum för rymdturism såväl som forskning och utveckling @2014-08-20 14:31

Saab tillsätter 200 ingenjörer på Kockums

Saab kommer att tillsätta uppemot 200 nya tjänster på Kockums i Malmö. Försvarskoncernen, som övertagit Kockums tidigare verksamhet, har behov av framför allt ingenjörer. @2014-08-20 10:53

Roboten som fick lift

På tre veckor liftade roboten Hitchbot på egen hand genom Kanada. @2014-08-20 10:50

Googles självkörande bilar ska köra för fort

TEKNIKSVEPET. Googles självkörande bilar designas för att överskrida hastighetsbegränsningen. Här ett urval av tekniknyheter från det senaste dygnet. @2014-08-20 09:38

Tipsen: Så håller du myggen borta

MACKAPÄRER. De svärmar, surrar och sticks. Charlotta von Schultz botaniserar bland prylar som räddar sensommarkvällarna från mygg. @2014-08-20 08:33

Har du koll på åskan?

Ny Tekniks reporter Charlotta von Schultz har grävt ned sig i blixtar och dunder. Fixar du frågorna? @2014-08-20 08:14

Nu ska månen exploateras

Gruvdrift på månen, kan det verkligen löna sig? – Ja, på sikt, säger Esa. Skattebetalarna ska inte längre behöva stå för rymdinvesteringarna, utan det hela ska ske i privat regi. Ny Teknik har besökt vetenskapskonferensen Esof 2014 i Köpenhamn. @2014-08-20 07:48

Tekniken saknas i jobbdebatten

KRÖNIKA. I ett garage i San Francisco står en robot på väg mot snabbmatsbranschen. Den ska tillverka godare hamburgare än vad någon av hamburgerkedjorna lyckas med – till betydligt lägre priser. @2014-08-20 07:45

Så här fungerar Förbifart Stockholms bergtunnlar

Under tisdagen togs det ceremoniella första spadtaget för Förbifart Stockholm, den nya motorvägen runt huvudstaden. Vägen kommer till stor del att ligga i tunnel, som ska drivas med traditionell borra och spräng-teknik. @2014-08-20 07:10

Gruvan ska värma Kiruna

Spillvärme från LKAB ska i framtiden förse 90 procent av Kiruna med fjärrvärme. @2014-08-20 07:04

Internet vet var din katt bor

Kattälskare älskar att lägga upp bilder på katter på internet. Det har resulterat i sajten I know where your cat lives, som använder bildernas geotaggning för att placera katterna på en världskarta. @2014-08-20 07:01

Nokias plan för att slå Ericsson i 5g-kampen

Forskarna på Nokia och Ericsson tävlar om att dominera 5g, nästa mobil­standard. Nokias ”nya” FoU-budget är 10 miljarder kronor lägre än Ericssons. – Inga problem, säger Lauri Oksanen, FoU-chef för Nokia Networks. @2014-08-20 06:30

”Googles glasögon viktiga för 5g”

Nokias Lauri Oksanen räknar med att mobilerna spelar en mindre roll för utvecklingen av nästa generations mobilnät. @2014-08-20 06:30

Fixa kompetens själva - vänta inte på skolan

DEBATT År 2030 kommer 100 000 teknikutbildade att saknas i Sverige. Om företagen ska få arbetskraft med rätt kompetens måste de själva börja lära upp unga, enligt Johan Söderström, vd ABB, Åke Svensson, vd Teknikföretagen och Anders Ferbe, förbundsordförande IF Metall. @2014-08-20 06:21

Toms hardware

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

HTC One (M8) And One (E8) Review: A Flagship And Its Sidekick

We run HTC's flagship Android smartphone, the One (M8), through our exhaustive benchmark suite. In addition, we take a close look at its less expensive sibling, the HTC One (E8). Both devices are compared and tested against a strong field of competition. @2014-07-24 09:00

Who's Who In Power Supplies, 2014: Brands Vs. Manufacturers

Do you think that all power supplies are manufactured by the brand on the label? Think again. We show what makes a good PSU and reveal who builds them. You can actually find lots of quality (instead of just scrap metal) behind some of the budget labels. @2014-07-23 09:00

Nvidia Officially Unveils the Shield Tablet and Shield Controller

The Shield Tablet advances both mobile media consumption and gaming by combining the best features of the Tegra Note 7 and Shield handheld gaming device into a compelling mini tablet and wireless controller. @2014-07-22 15:00

Best Of The Best, Part 2: Who Makes The Most Elite PC Case?

Our search continues for the one performance-oriented case with the highest-quality fit, finish, features, and materials. A spate of recent arrivals extend our series out into three parts, so today we see if the second round can top the first. @2014-07-22 09:00

PowerColor Devil 13 Dual Core R9 290X 8 GB Review: Dual Hawaii on Air

PowerColor’s Devil 13 graphics card, with its two Hawaii GPUs and massive heat sink, weighs in at more than two kilograms and exudes luxury. But can it compete with AMD’s dual-GPU reference design with closed-loop water cooling? Let’s find out! @2014-07-21 09:00

Data Recovery and Disk Repair: A Guide to Software and Services

Depending on the severity and nature of your hard drive problems, data recovery solutions can range from free software to expensive services. @2014-07-20 09:00

Best SSDs For The Money: July 2014

This month, we discuss a couple of new high-end SSDs based on fresh developments in flash technology. Are they really that much better than the latest mainstream-oriented drives, though? Check out our recommendations for more information! @2014-07-19 09:00

2013 Lexus LS600h L: Plenty of Tech, but Short on Value

We spent a week with Lexus' flagship hybrid executive sedan to judge its infotainment system and amenities. Do the Japanese have what it takes to tackle compelling German competition, or has the company lost its way? Join us as we look at the LS600h L. @2014-07-18 09:00

Engadget

Robin Williams tribute characters found in World of Warcraft data

The passing of actor Robin Williams affected fans from all walks of life, but gamers made a special claim to his legacy. Williams was a game enthusiast and a known fan of games like Portal, The Legend of Zelda and World of Warcraft. Now, the creators... @2014-08-21 03:54

UPS says malware attack compromised customer info at 51 of its stores

Have you done any business with UPS recently? You'd better check out the company's website: some of its stores may have leaked your personal data. After receiving a security advisory from the US Government, the company discovered that 51 UPS Stores... @2014-08-21 02:56

Twitter shows how its bots keep your timeline spam-free

Have you noticed that you're getting a lot less spam on Twitter these days? You may have to thank a bot for that. Twitter has just shed light on BotMaker, a recently developed system that (as the name suggests) lets the social network create... @2014-08-21 02:31

These beautiful objects symbolize human contact using cold, hidden machinery

Ask anyone who's tried maintaining a long-distance relationship: it's hard, and video chats, text messages and phone calls don't always satisfy our emotional needs. A lot of human relations are indirect, subtle actions of body language or behavior... @2014-08-21 02:03

Engadget Daily: Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, transparent solar panels and more!

Today, we take the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook for a spin, round up a few of our favorite phones, learn about transparent solar panels, and more! Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours. ... @2014-08-21 01:22

Parties for Secret users get you spilling the beans in real life

Part of the allure of Secret's app is supposed to be the anonymity; you can confess your innermost thoughts without facing any accusing fingers. However, people are now using Secret as a launching pad for parties where the very point is to confide in... @2014-08-21 00:47

What if your Netflix queue was just a big, virtual room?

Sure, we know Oculus VR chief technology officer John Carmack's likes watching movies on the Rift headset from bed when he's sick, but what if you'd rather catch up on Orange is the New Black instead? A recent hackathon at Netflix produced something... @2014-08-21 00:07

China's 'bullet screens' combine movies and your snarky texts

Movie theater texters here in the US are (rightfully!) viewed as the lowest of the low, but certain spots in China look far more kindly on those cinematic simpletons. Why? Because some of their hastily composed missives actually become part of the... @2014-08-20 23:33

The Big Picture: NASA's electric plane achieves vertical takeoff

While EVs like the Tesla Model S and Renovo Coupe gain steam here on the ground, engineers at NASA's Langley Research Center are taking electric propulsion technology to new heights. What you see above is the GL-10 -- AKA Greased Lightning. This... @2014-08-20 23:04

Google sees over 1 million daily takedown requests for pirate links

While sites like The Pirate Bay are busy improving the experience for the torrent-loving crowd, Google's facing the task of processing an extreme amount of removal request for pirate links. According to a recent transparency report on the matter,... @2014-08-20 22:33

MLB hopes to ease blackouts on streaming local games

With MLB.tv, Major League Baseball's subscription-based streaming option, your local team's home games are blacked out due to TV and/or cable deals. That could change as early as next season though, as Bob Bowman, the league's head of Advanced Media,... @2014-08-20 22:03

Watch two fish duke it out in 'Street Fighter' on a live internet stream

The bar has been raised for fish-controlled video games. Not content with the solo action of Fish Plays Pokemon, Andrew Hill has launched FishPlayStreetFighter, a Twitch stream that lets you watch two fish (Aquarius and Robert the Bruce) square off... @2014-08-20 21:33

Skype chat notifications will now only hit the device you're using

Chances are you have a smartphone, tablet and computer combo, so it could get pretty annoying to get pinged simultaneously on those devices when you're exchanging messages with someone. Skype and iMessage both do this, but now the Microsoft-owned... @2014-08-20 21:06

NFL wants artists to pay to play the Super Bowl Halftime Show

Being selected to play the Super Bowl Halftime Show is a huge deal -- there's no doubt about that. But this year, the NFL is asking potential acts for the 2015 installment to fork over a share of their post-game tour profits. According to The Wall... @2014-08-20 20:41

NFL Now available to Apple TV-owning football fanatics

We knew that the National Football League's brand new online network would eventually come to the Apple TV. And now it's here. After not being a part of the NFL Now device lineup on launch day, Apple's streaming box is finally adding the video... @2014-08-20 20:17

Sneaking weapons past body scanners is easier than you think

For a while now, folks have been discussing how Rapiscan backscatter X-ray machines used at various security checks can be easily duped. Since metal shows up as black shapes on the scan, it's quite easy to hide something on one's side, or attached to... @2014-08-20 19:51

Vine finally lets you make clips based on your existing videos

If there has been a recurring gripe with Vine, it's that you've had to capture all your videos in Vine to share them -- you either had to record 6-second square clips or head elsewhere. You won't have to make that compromise any more, though. As of... @2014-08-20 19:27

Wearable device stats prove it: you're not getting enough sleep

If you've ever groused that you don't get enough sleep, you now know that you're not alone -- far from it, in fact. The Wall Street Journal has provided a rare glimpse at the tracking data from hundreds of thousands of Jawbone Up wearers worldwide,... @2014-08-20 18:59

US military bans staff from reading a site devoted to leaks

Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras launched their own news site, The Intercept, to post high-profile leaks without worrying about the hassles that can come with publishing through major media outlets. They don't have to worry that an outside editor... @2014-08-20 18:24

Back to School 2014: The 11 best smartphones

If you're in the market for a new handset to accompany you on campus this fall, your timing's just right. You couldn't ask for a better selection of choices, and plenty of the phones in the gallery below are downright budget-friendly. That said, if... @2014-08-20 18:10

Verizon wants a global, carrier-friendly Android app store (update: not now)

You may think that the Play Store is a fine place to get Android apps, but Verizon apparently isn't very happy with Google's dominance -- it wants carriers to have some control. Sources for The Information claim that Verizon is in early talks with... @2014-08-20 17:38

Hands-on with the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook

The Nook tablets were seriously underappreciated. And while Samsung certainly makes some nice devices, there's something a little sad about seeing the Nook name slapped on a rather generic-looking slate from the Korean manufacturer. But it was... @2014-08-20 17:02

Uber embeds itself in United, OpenTable and other major apps

Uber, the on-demand car startup that's apparently twice as valuable as SpaceX, apparently isn't satisfied with just one paltry mobile app. That's why it finally did what many Silicon Valley prognosticators thought it would: it launched a free API... @2014-08-20 16:43

The world's largest solar thermal power plant is incinerating thousands of local birds

A common sight in the sky above the world's largest solar thermal power plant is a "streamer," a small plume of smoke that occurs without warning. Closer inspection, however, reveals that the source of the smoke is a bird that has inadvertently... @2014-08-20 16:06

Barnes & Noble launches the $179 Galaxy Tab 4 Nook

Barnes & Noble has officially kicked off a new era -- one in which it doesn't manufacture its own tablets. The struggling book outlet announced last summer that it would work with other manufacturers going forward and Samsung is first in line. The... @2014-08-20 15:35

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