Computer sweden

Svenska skattepengar för hundratals miljoner till Apple

Apple kan skatta sig lycklig över Sverige. Myndigheter och kommuner lägger nämligen enorma summor på surfplattor från jätten. @2014-07-23 15:00

Apple tackar Iphone för ökad vinst

Företaget går framåt, men visar samtidigt på en mindre omsättning än förväntat. @2014-07-23 10:43

Planen: ska slå ihop alla Windows-system

Microsoft tänker satsa på ett och samma operativsystem framöver. @2014-07-23 10:00

Microsoft under förväntan

Företaget lyckades inte nå förväntningarna under årets andra kvartal. @2014-07-23 09:12

Verizon visar på succékvartal

Det amerikanska kommunikationsbolaget gör betydligt större vinst än väntat. @2014-07-23 09:00

Här är länderna som skickar mest spam

Väntade jättar i topp. Skandinaver mindre benägna att skräpa ner inkorgen än andra länder. @2014-07-23 06:00

Här är Yahoos nya miljonaffär

Jätten köper upp bolag för att bli bättre på riktad reklam i appar. @2014-07-22 15:04

Minskad vinst för Acando

Konsultbolaget backade under årets andra kvartal. @2014-07-22 14:34

Dina digitala spår kartläggs – utan att du vet om det

Populära Add This används för att följa dina digitala fotsteg. "Det strider inte mot de regler, regleringar eller lagar som vi har", säger företaget. @2014-07-22 13:00

Fortsatt tungt utanför USA för Netflix

Men trots det växer sig streamingjätten allt starkare. @2014-07-22 09:31

Googles molntjänst förlorare i rätten

Förvaltningsrätten avslog den tidigare överklagan. Historien om Salems kommun och Google Apps kan därmed vara på väg mot sitt slut. @2014-07-22 06:00

Uppkopplade bilar nästa mål för Jens of Sweden

Entreprenörens fordonssatsning går framåt. Tecknar nytt avtal med Telit. @2014-07-21 14:58

Svenska fototjänsten satsar på Azure

Pic Hit Me väljer sida i molnkriget. Lämnar Amazon till förmån för Microsoft. @2014-07-21 12:00

Tele2 vill röra om i mobilsurfsoppan

Företaget hoppas på samma surfupplevelse i hotellrummet som i tv-soffan. @2014-07-21 09:44

Fortsatta förluster för AMD

Trots bättre försäljning backar företaget under årets andra kvartal. @2014-07-21 09:13

Så ska sjukhuset bli mer attraktivt

Västra Götaland vill ligga i framkant med teknik i vården. Snart lanserar regionen landets första app för AT-läkare. @2014-07-21 06:00

Heta trenden i säkerhetsbranschen

Spelifiering ska göra arbetet kring it-säkerhet roligare. "Lättare att förstå när man får känna på det i en spelmiljö", säger säkerhetsexpert. @2014-07-19 08:00

Tre karriärmisstag du bör göra

Det gäller att undvika de värsta incidenterna om du vill nå drömpositionen. Men några klavertramp kan vara bra att göra. @2014-07-18 18:00

Sms-trafik sköt i höjden under VM

Färsk statistik visar vilka händelser som genererade i flest meddelanden. Belgare och holländare flitigast mobilanvändare. @2014-07-18 15:00

Egna nätverket allt viktigare för Google

Men sökmotorsjätten visade sämre siffror än väntat - trots ökad försäljning. @2014-07-18 12:00

Ny teknik

Varmt väder tynger Vattenfall

De låga elpriserna fortsätter att pressa statliga Vattenfall, som också redovisar en ny miljardsmäll i Tyskland. @2014-07-23 15:01

Djuphavskamera upptäcker nya arter

Planetens sista outforskade vildmark, djuphavet, blir nu betydligt lättare att upptäcka tack vare ett kamerasystem som inte skrämmer djuren, rapporterar Vetenskapsradion. @2014-07-23 10:20

Saab slutför Kockumsaffären

Försvarskoncernen Saab har slutfört köpet av det svenska varvet Thyssen Krupp Marine, tidigare Kockums, skriver Saab i ett pressmeddelande. @2014-07-22 15:47

Apple gör rekordstor beställning av Iphone 6

Apple har beställt stora kvantiteter av de två kommande versionerna av Iphone 6. @2014-07-22 15:05

Stor klimatpåverkan från nötkött

Produktionen av nötkött är cirka tio gånger mer skadlig för miljön än mat från någon annan boskap, enligt en ny studie. @2014-07-22 11:52

Svenskt brons i fysik-OS

I konkurrens med närmare 400 deltagare från totalt 86 länder tog nyblivne studenten Mattias Sjö från Lund brons i årets upplaga av fysikolympiaden som hölls i Kazakstan. @2014-07-21 15:10

Gripen lämnar dansk upphandling

Det blir inget bud från svenska Gripen i en upphandling av nya danska stridsflygplan, enligt vad tidningen Politiken erfar. Tidsfristen för att fullfölja budgivningen går ut klockan 12 i dag. @2014-07-21 11:33

Rosetta snart framme vid komet

Rymdsonden Rosetta är efter tio års väntan snart framme vid sitt mål - kometen 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. I förra veckan läckte de första bilderna ut och orsakade spekulationer. @2014-07-21 11:29

Bättre skydd vid spelköp med appar

Det ska bli slut på höga telefonräkningar för att barnen har råkat göra ett köp när de har spelat spel på mobiltelefon eller surfplatta. @2014-07-21 09:53

Ökad mobiltrafik lyft för Ericsson

Ericsson slog förväntningarna med sin delårsrapport för andra kvartalet. Draghjälp kom från operatörer som ökar kapaciteten i sina mobilnät. @2014-07-18 15:58

Svensk har skrivit mest på Wiki

På en dag kan 53-årige Sverker Johansson i Falun producera upp till 10 000 artiklar på Wikipedia. Han står bakom nästan en tiondel av texterna på det digitala uppslagsverket. @2014-07-18 13:59

Svensk innovation topprankad

Sverige kommer trea i Global Innovation Index, där Schweiz är etta och Storbritannien tvåa. @2014-07-18 09:48

Microsoft skär bort 18 000 jobb

Den amerikanska it-jätten Microsoft planerar att minska antalet anställda med 18 000 under det kommande året. @2014-07-17 15:43

Strålning från ESS får godkänt

Strålsäkerhetsmyndigheten godkänner att forskningsanläggningen ESS i Lund får bedriva verksamhet med joniserande strålning. @2014-07-17 14:19

Nya frågetecken för Telia Sonera

Telia Soneras vinst före skatt minskade med en halv miljard under det andra kvartalet. Samtidigt kommer nya frågor om diktaturkopplingar i Centralasien - som Telia inte kan ge svar på. @2014-07-17 14:11

Beslut i dag om strålning från ESS

I dag väntas Strålsäkerhetsmyndigheten besluta om forskningsanläggningen ESS i Lund ska få bedriva verksamhet med joniserande strålning. @2014-07-17 10:33

Barnens surfande kan ge allergi

Hemelektroniken är en allergifara. I USA har en elvaårings allergi knutits till hans flitiga Ipadanvändande. @2014-07-17 09:30

Toms hardware

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

Overlord Tempest X270OC, 27" 120 Hz IPS Gaming Monitor Review

After many reader requests to review Overlord’s 120 Hz 27-inch QHD monitor, we finally got a brand new X270OC in our labs. It’s the only IPS screen we know of that can exceed a 60 Hz refresh rate. We run it through our benchmark and usability test suite. @2014-07-17 09:00

AMD Mantle: A Graphics API Tested In Depth

AMD's Mantle is available to users of certain Radeon cards, as are the first few titles with corresponding API support. We gathered up a number of CPUs and graphics boards, fired up Battlefield 4 and Thief, and set off on a benchmarking odyssey. @2014-07-16 09:00

Four 80 PLUS Gold Power Supplies Under 450 W, Reviewed

Although high-wattage power supplies get most of the glory, we take our hats off to small, efficient solutions offering more practical output. We take four sub-450 W PSUs and run them through our benchmark suite to see if we can determine a winner. @2014-07-15 10:00

Oppo N1 Review: Future-Looking Phablet Or Oversized Flop?

Oppo's N1 sports a unique pivoting camera, a large-format display, and two different operating system options. Are those features enough to make up for an older hardware platform and dicey software optimization in a sea of compelling competition? @2014-07-14 09:00

JMicron Returns: The JMF667H Controller On Four Reference SSDs

It's rare that we get the chance to test SSDs before they hit production. But after waltzing with Silicon Motion's SM2246EN platform last year, JMicron offered us a handful of reference drives with different types of flash, all driven by the new JMF667H. @2014-07-11 09:00

AOC G2460PQU 24-inch 144 Hz Gaming Monitor Review

Not many monitors can run at 144 Hz, but AOC is adding to your list of choices with its G2460PQU 24-inch TN-based screen. We’ve already tested similar displays from Asus and BenQ. Can AOC match their speed and performance at a roughly $250 price point? @2014-07-10 09:00

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: July 2014

This month, we fill in the blanks on Nvidia's re-branded budget-oriented graphics card line-up, including multiple versions of the GeForce GT 730 and 740. We also lay out the price changes that happened (both good and bad) over the past month. @2014-07-09 09:00

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) Review: Wi-Fi Vs. LTE

Today's review of Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) includes the LTE-capable and Wi-Fi-only tablets, allowing us to compare Samsung's own Exynos 5 Octa platform to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800. Can either configuration usurp Apple's iPad Air? @2014-07-08 09:00

Is Your Windows 8 Tablet Fast Enough For PC Gaming?

Why should Nintendo's 3DS XL, Sony's PlayStation Vita, and Nvidia's Shield have all the fun? We take Dell's Windows 8.1-based Venue 8 Pro, powered by an Atom processor, and try turning it into a portable PC gaming console with a handful of upgrades. @2014-07-07 09:00

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: July 2014

We've seen what Intel's new $75 multiplier-unlocked Pentium G3258 can do, and you shouldn't be surprised that it affects our recommendations. In addition, we talk about AMD's upcoming water-cooled CPU and rumors of Intel's Haswell-E architecture. @2014-07-03 09:00

Three AMD AM1 Motherboards For The Kabini APU, Reviewed

Targeting power-misers, AMD’s low-energy Kabini-based APUs could easily find their way into entertainment PCs, office machines, and PoS terminals. Of course, you need a motherboard to make it a “platform” and we found three companies willing to help. @2014-07-02 09:00

Samsung 850 Pro SSD Review: 3D Vertical NAND Hits Desktop Storage

After winning an award last year for its 840 EVO, Samsung is ready to follow up with another high-end offering. The company's 850 Pro SSD merges the EVO's familiar MEX controller with 3D V-NAND. Does the combination justify an upgrade, or should you wait? @2014-07-01 04:00

BenQ RL2460HT 24-Inch Monitor Review: Is Gaming Good At 60 Hz?

Does a true gaming monitor need to have a 120 or 144 Hz refresh rate? BenQ’s RL2460HT offers plenty of features that cater to enthusiasts, but it tops out at 60 Hz. Can those extra capabilities compensate, or should you continue your search elsewhere? @2014-06-30 09:00

System Builder Marathon Q2 2014: System Value Compared

The race tightens as all three builders try to squeeze the ultimate performance out of smaller budgets and the addition of an OS. Can the cheap gamer still game? Will one of the better-equipped systems finally top a comparison of performance to price? @2014-06-27 09:00

System Builder Marathon, Q2 2014: A Balanced High-End Build

Competition tightens (along with pricing) as we respond to frequently-requested budget updates for $500, $1000, and $1500 machines. In response to other requests, we add an operating system to each machine. Can today’s cheaper PCs still perform well? @2014-06-26 09:00

System Builder Marathon, Q2 2014: Our Enthusiast PC

Faced with a more aggressive budget, we're dialing back our mainstream enthusiast PC's hardware, while trying to maintain aggressive performance in games, productivity, and content creation applications. This quarter's config goes heavy on value. @2014-06-25 09:00

System Builder Marathon, Q2 2014: Our Budget Gaming PC

This quarter's System Builder Marathon kicks off with some new rules inspired by feedback from you, our readers. Can Paul match the potency of last quarter's configuration at a lower price point, or does today's all-AMD PC struggle to keep up? @2014-06-24 09:00

How To Build A PC: From Component Selection To Installation

Learn how to choose the right components for your first build, where to buy them, and the installation basics necessary to build a PC. @2014-06-23 09:00

Tom's Hardware Visits STMicroelectronics In Rennes, France

"French factory," they say, is almost an oxymoron. When was the last time you saw a news story about the success of a manufacturing plant in the land of Beaujolais and Brie? Our French team took a tour of STMicro's operation in Rennes and reports back. @2014-06-20 09:00

Surveillance Hard Drive Shoot-Out: WD And Seagate Square Off

Video surveillance has been around for years. Grainy gas station cameras are giving way to higher-end 1080p-capable IP cameras, and storage is evolving to meet the needs of these ever-expanding solutions. Today we look at two new entries into the market. @2014-06-19 09:00

MSI GT60 2PC Dominator Review: A Fast Notebook With Battery Boost

MSI's new GT60 2PC Dominator outperforms the company's previous-gen GT60 2OC thanks to a new CPU, new GPU, and triple-monitor Surround technology. We compare both configurations, add up the differences, and gauge the effect of Nvidia's Battery Boost. @2014-06-18 09:00

Intel Pentium G3258 CPU Review: Haswell, Unlocked, For $75

It's a momentous occasion. Intel now offers an affordable dual-core Pentium with an unlocked multiplier based on its Haswell architecture. How well does it overclock? Can it beat AMD's potent little Athlon X4 750K? We run both through our benchmark suite. @2014-06-17 09:00

2014 Mazda5 Sport: Say Hello To Tom's Hardware's Project Car

We love reviewing the latest and greatest automotive technology. But when the factory toys don't evolve fast enough, we turn to the aftermarket. A new 2014 Mazda5 will serve as our platform for testing third-party technology moving forward. @2014-06-13 12:00

Engadget

Valve's Steam Controller now has a thumbstick

It seems like every time we see Valve's Steam Controller, it gets a little more traditional. First the company abandoned the gamepad's ambitious touchscreen for eight buttons (a makeshift d-pad and the standard X, Y, B and A toggles) -- now it seems... @2014-07-23 21:02

LG wants you to play games through your phone case

Are you an impulsive gamer? So impulsive that you can't even wait to unlock your phone before you start playing? If so, LG is entirely willing to cater to that (frankly disconcerting) behavior. The company has just launched Puppy Pop, the first game... @2014-07-23 20:38

Government reminds Comcast and Verizon not to lie

If you're like me, you've paid for a certain speed from you internet provider only to get a fraction of the promised bandwidth. The FCC is reminding those who control access to the interwebs to be honest and forthcoming with their advertised data... @2014-07-23 20:03

Marvel's giving you the key to over 13,000 comics for 99 cents

To celebrate the start of Comic-Con tomorrow in San Diego, Marvel is kicking off a promotion that provides an all-you-can-have pass to its entire digital library for less than a dollar. There are a few caveats, as expected, but not enough to make the... @2014-07-23 19:36

The Nostalgia Machine takes you back to the music of your youth

It's easy to get sucked into a nostalgic listening session, but tracking down the songs of your youth can be tougher than you think -- and "best of" medleys on YouTube will only do so much to scratch the itch. Don't worry, though, as The Nostalgia... @2014-07-23 19:07

The top 12 tablets you can buy right now

Whether you're looking to replace your laptop or just find something to keep you entertained, there's a tablet out there to suit you. But with an ever-increasing array of slates crowding the market, narrowing down the list can be a chore. So we've... @2014-07-23 18:35

Foursquare shows off its new look for local searches

The Foursquare faithful have had some time to get used social venue tracker's Swarm option for sorting check-ins, as the outfit jettisoned the activity to a second app. Folks who didn't want to give up the OG method were still able to tally stops,... @2014-07-23 18:03

Amazon expands Prime Music library with loads of new tracks

Amazon's recently announced music service for Prime members just got a bit better. Today, the giant online retailer revealed that its Prime Music library is welcoming a bunch of new songs into the mix, from artists such as Miles Davis, Ray Charles,... @2014-07-23 17:38

Digify helps you protect your data by sending self-destructing files

It's understandable if you're nervous about sharing files in this era of widespread surveillance. Can you really trust that a document is safe once it's out of your hands? Digify might just ease your mind now that it has launched Android and iOS apps... @2014-07-23 17:04

eBay's ticket site StubHub says it's the victim of a 'global fraud ring'

StubHub has revealed that it's been the victim of a global fraud operation that's lasted longer than a year. Rather than being hacked, however, criminals obtained user details from other websites and keylogging software, then proceeded to make... @2014-07-23 16:33

LittleBits' latest module lets you connect your creations to the internet

The magnetic, interconnecting circuit boards that make up LittleBits' library of electronic modules make it easy to build all sorts of neat (and noisy) devices with almost no technical knowledge at all -- but if you want to create something that... @2014-07-23 16:00

Dropbox for Business lets you limit your coworkers' access to shared files

Dropbox for Business is good for collaborating on files stored in the cloud, but it hasn't had fine-grained permission control -- not great if you have a sensitive project you'd rather not share with the folks in Accounts Receivable. You'll be glad... @2014-07-23 15:34

OS X Yosemite preview: the Mac gets a major makeover

The last time Apple released a new version of OS X, we came away feeling a little... underwhelmed. Don't get us wrong: We'll never say no to a free software upgrade. But despite a handful of new apps and features, last year's Mavericks release still... @2014-07-23 15:00

Apple's public beta for OS X Yosemite begins tomorrow

The Apple we know is run by a bunch of perfectionists. The company only shows off final devices at its launch events, and developers are strictly forbidden from sharing screenshots of upcoming iOS releases. This is a company that doesn't usually... @2014-07-23 15:00

The majority of Brits are disabling government-backed porn filters

Don't be too shocked, but the UK government's porn filter isn't proving very popular. A new report from communications regulator Ofcom reveals that just one in every seven customers are letting the big four UK ISPs guard them from porn and other... @2014-07-23 14:20

Oculus Rift turns 'X-Men' into a VR head trip

If you've every wanted to try X-Men-style telepathic brainwave amplification, Cerebro isn't real (yet) -- but the Oculus Rift is a damn good surrogate. 20th Century Fox will let you step into Charles Xavier's mind and don the futuristic headgear (the... @2014-07-23 13:29

William Shatner reviews Facebook's new VIP-only Mentions app

Whether you're a fan of Captain Kirk or Picard (we're Team Picard here), you have to admit it's apt that William Shatner is reviewing the celebrity-exclusive Facebook app -- he definitely loves some VIP prestige. The Priceline huckster gives a... @2014-07-23 12:06

Microsoft's first post-Nokia phone is the budget Lumia 530

With Nokia's range of Android-powered smartphones all but dead, Microsoft is pushing its newly-acquired Lumia line harder than ever. Today, it's introduced the lowest-priced Windows Phone to date, the Lumia 530, delivering middle-of-the-road specs... @2014-07-23 10:42

YouTube star sued for copyright to the tune of $150,000 per song

Most YouTubers just get a takedown notice if someone reports them using copyrighted tunes with their videos. But when that user is a huge star on the video portal like make-up guru Michelle Phan, who has almost 7 million subscribers and was even... @2014-07-23 10:16

Relive your NES glory days with a gamepad that feels like the real thing

We've ripped apart knock-off gadgets more than a few times, but there are moments where a company's urge to mimic others will pay dividends. Take 8Bitdo's recently released NES30, for example: the Bluetooth gamepad recreates as much of the NES... @2014-07-23 08:47

Technology and recession are cutting into blue collar jobs

The National Bureau of Economic Research just published a paper that confirms what you might have been thinking for a long time now: recession and technology have been putting people out of work. Since we've yet to design a self-aware robot or AI... @2014-07-23 07:04

Google Maps now gives you detailed ads for local stores

Google Maps already shows a wealth of info about nearby stores when you're searching for them, but ads haven't received that first-class treatment. Like it or not, that's changing; Maps on mobile and the web now shows you a whole raft of details for... @2014-07-23 05:48

Google's new, image-rich Play Store for Android is rolling out now

It looks like you won't have to wait long at all to check out Google's visually rich Play Store revamp -- it's rolling out now. The refresh doesn't appear any different on the surface, but a quick dive shows very different product pages that are... @2014-07-23 04:35

Amazon Fire phone review: a unique device, but you're better off waiting for the sequel

After producing a long line of e-book readers and tablets (not to mention a set-top box), Amazon has its sights set on the smartphone market. But finding success here won't be easy, even for an established tech giant like Amazon. With the Fire phone,... @2014-07-23 03:00

Edward Snowden's preferred OS has a major security flaw

Think you're safe from spies because you're using Tails, the same Linux distribution that Edward Snowden uses to remain anonymous? Unfortunately, you'll still have to be on your guard. Security firm Exodus Intelligence has revealed that the latest... @2014-07-23 02:37

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