Computer sweden

60 000 it-proffs saknas om fem år - "Ansvariga politiker måste fånga upp det här"

Om det inte görs något åt kompetensbristen inom it- och telekombranschen så kommer det att råda ett underskott på 60 000 it-proffs i Sverige år 2020. Fredrik von Essen på IT&Telekomföretagen anser att politikerna måste vakna. @2015-03-27 06:30

Google ger upp kampen med Javascript

Google meddelar att man byter fokus för språket Dart. Nu är inte tanken att ersätta Javascript, utan att förbättra det. @2015-03-26 16:50

Gulliksens skatterabatt ska ge 1300 nya it-jobb

Skatterabatter för it-tjänster som hjälper exempelvis pensionärer att komma igång med Skype och kryptera mejl kan på kort tid skapa runt 1 300 nya jobb för främst ungdomar, tror Digitaliseringskommissionens ordförande Jan Gulliksen. @2015-03-26 15:42

Ericsson har skurit bort hela konsultstyrkan i Lund

För några år sedan hade Ericsson 400 konsulter i Lund. Nu har samtliga försvunnit i bolagets omorganisationer och neddragningar. @2015-03-26 14:41

Christian Sandström: "Konkurrentanalyser blir alltmer meningslösa"

Christian Sandström, docent vid Chalmers forskningsenhet för innovationsteknik, Center for Business Innovation. @2015-03-26 14:01

Låsbranschen blir digital - men yrket låssmed lockar inte

Låsbranschen är mitt uppe i en gigantisk digitalisering, som berör allt från mekanisk låsteknik till säkerhet. Det finns dock ett problem: för få ungdomar väljer att utbilda sig till låssmeder. @2015-03-26 13:07

Libre ger sig på Office Online och Google Docs

Libreoffice har etablerat sig som en stark konkurrent till Microsofts kontorsprogram och snart ska man även börja konkurrera med Google Docs och Office Online. @2015-03-26 11:14

Försvarets mångmiljard-projekt är ännu inte i mål

Försvarsmaktens omtalade SAP-införande närmar sig, kraftigt försenat, slutfasen. Rebecca Ingmarsdotter som är ansvarig berättar om ett stabilt läge och om förändrade förutsättningar som har ställt till det. @2015-03-26 06:30

Ett besök i en annan webbvärld

"Tyvärr så är det nog inte så vanligt med företagskulturer som uppmuntrar de anställda att bli mer mångsidiga" @2015-03-25 13:54

EMC kraftsamlar kring datasjöar

Lagringsjätten EMC har tagit hjälp av sina bolagsgrenar VMware och Pivotal för att få ett helhetsgrepp kring hantering av big data. Det sker i form av tjänsten Federation Business Data Lake. @2015-03-25 13:54

"Vi kämpar med att hjälpa företag att bryta mönster"

Marklogics Nordenchef Rickard Fernström vill får fler att förstå fördelarna med nosql-teknik generellt och i synnerhet de nya funktionerna i deras egen databas. Dessutom laddar han för flera stora konferenser i vår. @2015-03-25 13:54

Skarp kritik från Aktiespararna mot Axis styrelse

Aktiespararna rekommenderar Canons Axis-bud. Samtidigt riktar de kritik mot Axis styrelse eftersom den inte är entydig i sin rekommendation. @2015-03-25 10:00

Värsta jobbsökarmissarna från färska säkerhetsproffs

Ny på säkerhetsområdet? Gör då inte kardinalfelen som kan leda till en missad jobbchans. @2015-03-25 10:00

Glöm det papperslösa kontoret - här kommer det datorlösa kontoret

Papperslösa kontoret har det talats om länge. Nu är vi på väg mot det datorlösa kontoret. Med ny teknik kan tunna klienter nu även hantera tunga grafikprogram - och köras som molntjänst. @2015-03-25 06:30

Här ska du bo om du vill surfa snabbt - kommunerna med fetast bredband

Vill du bo där de fetaste bredbandsabonnemangen finns, då är det Solna som gäller. Här surfar över 97 procent av befolkningen med bredband över 100 Mbit/s. De segaste bredbanden finns i Malung, Hörby och Skurup. @2015-03-24 16:49

Så undviker du wifi-attacker

Alla företag behöver förbereda sina nätverk för nya typer av attacker. Här är de vanligaste sårbarheterna och hur man skyddar sig emot dem. @2015-03-24 16:48

Nya krav från insatta kunder kräver mer lättjobbat säljmaterial

Yooba fokuserar på att effektivisera själva försäljningsdelen av säljarens arbete. Det görs främst genom att digitalisera säljmaterial. Då kan säljaren göra det mesta av ett möte med en kund. @2015-03-24 14:13

Nu kan utvecklare börja experimentera med universella Windows 10-program

Microsoft har nu rullat ut en ny verktygslåda som ska förenkla tillvaron för programutveckling oavsett om siktet är pc, telefoner eller Xbox. @2015-03-24 11:27

Mobilen ska rädda handlarna från butiksdöden

Mobilen revolutionerar inte bara e-handeln, utan spelar också allt större roll i den fysiska handeln. Konsumenterna påbörjar köpresan i mobilen medan de står i butiken. För handlarna gäller det att digitaliseras. @2015-03-24 06:30

Det är inte kraven utan efterlevnaden som gör att kortsäkerheten brister

Det inget fel på säkerhetsreglerna för betalkort. Svårigheten är att få ut kraven i organisationerna. @2015-03-23 16:36

Ny teknik

Tandemkoppla usb-kontakterna

Med en ny usb-kontakt finns alltid en ledig port. @2015-03-27 10:21

Apples vd ger bort sina pengar

Apples vd Tim Cook tänker skänka sin förmögenhet till välgörenhet. Först planerar han bara att betala utbildningen för sin 10-åriga brorson. @2015-03-27 09:53

Dom ger Mapillary rätt ta bilder som Google

En dom ger Malmöbolaget Mapillary, som var med på Ny Tekniks 33-lista 2014, tillstånd att ta bilder på publika platser. Mapillary utvecklar en tjänst som liknar Googles gatuvy, men användarna tar bilderna. @2015-03-27 09:44

Facebook har provflugit sin internetdrönare

Med hjälp av högflygande drönare vill Facebook erbjuda internet till platser som idag saknar sådan förbindelse. @2015-03-27 09:40

Regeringen ska utreda MOOC:ar

Regeringen har gett i uppdrag åt Universitetskanslersämbetet att utreda så kallade MOOC:ar – Massive Open Online Courses eller nätbaserad utbildning. @2015-03-27 09:23

Fem finurliga finesser med en böjd mobilskärm

TEKNIKSVEPET. Vad ska man egentligen ha en böjd skärm på mobilen till? Här är ett urval av de senaste tekniknyheterna. @2015-03-27 07:51

Smarta armband kan läcka information

Ett behjälpligt redskap för god hälsa eller en säkerhetsrisk? De populära aktivitetsarmbanden är enkla att stjäla information från, varnar säkerhetsexperter. @2015-03-27 07:21

Tekniskt fel orsakar tågstopp

Det är stopp i tågtrafiken på sträckan Stockholm C-Södertälje Syd på grund av ett tekniskt fel. @2015-03-27 07:14

Ultratunt stål lika lätt som kolfiber

Den är stark, lätt som kolfiber och behöver aldrig målas. Ny Teknik tog en tur i bränslesnåla Elvira, den första båten byggd i Sandviks rostfria specialstål. @2015-03-27 06:30

Trafikverket: ”Vi kan bygga - både i lera och under städer”

REPLIK. Kostnaden för Västlänken är fullt jämförbar med andra liknande projekt. Av de nio storprojekt som öppnats för trafik sedan Trafikverket bildades 2010 har samtliga utom två legat under eller inom budget, skriver Bo Larsson, projektchef på Trafikverket. @2015-03-27 06:06

Japan lockar soldater med mobilspel

Den japanska försvarsmakten har svårt att locka rekryter. I ett försök att öka intresset har de lanserat ett spel med gulliga undertoner för att locka nya medarbetare. @2015-03-26 17:37

”Vik inte ner er om utsläpprätterna”

REPLIK. Handeln med utsläppsrätter inom EU fungerar inte som tänkt. Nu har Polen med flera länder genom påtryckningar på högsta nivå i Bryssel lyckats skjuta upp starten av ett nytt förbättrat handelssystem till 2021. Det är dags för Sverige att sätta ner foten, enligt Daniel Engström Stenson på Fores. @2015-03-26 16:12

Flytande solceller överlevde isvintern

I en hemlig sjö i Värmland testas Sveriges första flytande solceller. Hittills har de klarat 20 minusgrader och 34 centimeter tjock is. @2015-03-26 16:00

Västlänken: ”Inget av alternativen löser flaskhalsarna”

REPLIK. Västlänken är inte mer komplicerat än andra projekt som Trafikverket har byggt på senare år. Inget annat alternativ är i närheten av att lösa flaskhalsarna i Göteborgs kollektivtrafik, skriver Jan Lenander. @2015-03-26 15:46

Exakt så här fungerar dörren till cockpit på ett Airbus-plan

Reglerna om lås på dörrarna till flygplanens förarkabiner kom till efter Elfteseptember-attackerna i USA 2001. - Men det ska gå att ta sig in även om en pilot exempelvis blir sjuk, säger Gunnar Ljungberg, på Transportstyrelsen. @2015-03-26 15:12

Fler vill ha hjälpmedel för tunga lyft

Efterfrågan på smarta lyfthjälpmedel ökar inom industrin. Det märktes tydligt under Industrimässorna i Malmö. @2015-03-26 15:11

Ny generation pumpar minskar friktion

Vakuumpumparna har utvecklats på senare år tack vare ny produktionsteknik. @2015-03-26 15:09

”Kompetens viktigast för att inte outsourca industrin”

Svensk industri har en framtid. Men inte utan att vi kämpar för den. Det menar ABB-chefen Håkan Nytorp. @2015-03-26 15:08

Här sväljer vägen bussen – och spottar ut den igen

Vägen i Brasilianska Para svalde inte bara en hel buss – den spottade sedan ut den igen. Kolla in det bisarra klippet. @2015-03-26 15:03

Alpby kan få Europas högsta byggnad

Ett 381 meter högt hotell planeras i Schweiz . @2015-03-26 14:13

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Toms hardware

Klevv Cras 16GB DDR4-3000 Memory Review

A new DRAM brand offers too many Vs and not enough Ss in its name. But what about the product it's selling? Today we see what makes Klevv’s Cras modules special. @2015-03-26 08:00

LG 24GM77 24-Inch 144Hz Gaming Monitor Review

While G-Sync-capable monitors still command a price premium, 144Hz panels have dropped in price. Today we’re checking out LG’s 24GM77, a full-featured gaming display that offers speed and motion blur-reduction. @2015-03-25 08:00

OCZ Vector 180 960GB SSD Review

One drive failure is too many in the eyes of OCZ Storage Solutions, so the company is addressing a potential point of failure in its new Vector 180 by adding a capacitor to ensure data at rest can make it to the flash should you lose power. @2015-03-24 20:00

Patriot Ignite 480GB SSD Review

Patriot was quiet in the SSD space for a couple of years. But it's back now with a trio of new products, led by the Ignite. Inside, you'll find Phison's S10 quad-core controller and asynchronous 16nm flash. @2015-03-23 08:00

DDR3 Memory: What Makes Performance Better?

What makes one memory platform better than the other? In this article we go through benchmark testing and analysis to give you an idea of what you can expect from different DRAM sets running on Intel and AMD so you can get the best DDR3 performance. @2015-03-20 08:00

EVGA GeForce GTX 960 SuperSuperClocked Review

It takes a lot of moxie to name a graphics card SuperSuperClocked, but that's exactly what EVGA did for its new GeForce GTX 960. Let's see if this board is impressive enough to earn such a lofty designation. @2015-03-19 08:00

Mushkin Redline Frostbyte 16GB DDR4-2800 Review

Mushkin’s “Redline Frostbyte” brings enhanced performance at mid-market prices. But can this DDR4 model outperform its value-minded competition designed for enthusiasts? @2015-03-18 20:00

GeForce GTX Titan X Review: Can One GPU Handle 4K?

Up until now, smooth gameplay at 4K resolutions required multiple high-end GPUs. But Nvidia's GeForce GTX Titan X purports to be the first card capable of driving 3840x2160 at demanding detail settings all on its own. @2015-03-17 20:00

Best SSDs For The Money: March 2015

This month brings a long overdue update to our best SSD list. We say goodbye to older 128GB-class models, and pave the way for new m.2 PCIe SSDs that we start listing next month. @2015-03-17 08:00

Silicon Motion SM2256 Preview

In my review of Samsung's SM951, I talked about a new divide coming for client SSDs. PCIe-based products will make up a majority of the performance SSD segment, and a second-tier PCIe segment will touch the mainstream market. That's where we look today. @2015-03-16 20:00

LG W2452V 24-Inch Monitor Tear-Down And Repair

Tom's Hardware tears apart LG's W2452V, an older 24-inch display that fell into disrepair. With a bit of clever soldering and some new capacitors, we get it back up and running. @2015-03-16 08:00

How We Test HDDs And SSDs

We test hard drives and SSDs using a strict benchmarking regimen. Here’s an overview of our methodology, testing equipment and benchmarks. @2015-03-14 08:00

Mobile World Congress 2015 Awards

Tom's Hardware saw plenty of great tech at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, but a few stood out. Here are our awards. @2015-03-13 20:00

BenQ BL3201PT 32-inch Ultra HD Monitor Review

The first-generation 32-inch Ultra HD monitors came out at over $3000. They’ve dropped in price of course, but BenQ’s new BL3201PT is debuting at a more aggressive MSRP of $1100. We've even seen it selling for under $1000. Today we test its performance. @2015-03-13 08:00

QNAP TS-453 Pro-8G NAS Review

The TS-453 Pro is a powerful, reliable and scalable NAS suitable for SMB environments, according to QNAP. We're ready to benchmark this appliance with 8GB of RAM, revealing how it scores against the competition in this price range. @2015-03-12 03:00

Asus Matrix Platinum GeForce GTX 980 Review

Asus offers one of the highest-end GeForce GTX 980s in its Matrix Platinum. We take a close look at this graphics card to see what such an exclusive piece of hardware delivers in exchange for a hefty price tag. @2015-03-10 08:00

G.Skill F4-2666C16Q2-64GRB DDR4-2666 Review

G.Skill tackles the problem of current 8GB-per-DIMM limits with a timing-optimized eight-DIMM kit. But what do you give up in the pursuit of high capacity on Intel's X99 Express platform? @2015-03-09 08:00

Supermicro C7X99-OCE ATX Motherboard Review

Can Supermicro deliver its legendary server-component reliability with the overclocking features we’ve grown to love? We gauge the company’s progress in its third generation of enthusiast-oriented motherboards. @2015-03-07 09:00

Dying Light: Performance Analysis And Benchmarks

Are you the sort of RPG fan who needs to be terrified in order to feel alive? There's good news, then. Developer Techland created Dying Light just for you. @2015-03-06 09:00

Best Computer Memory: March 2015

Here are the best performing RAM kits we’ve tested: computer memory that’s ideal for gaming, video editing and graphics-heavy applications. @2015-03-05 21:00

Best Computer Monitors: March 2015

After rigorous testing, we conferred awards on these displays as the best in class for the following segments: gaming, business, professional, Ultra HD, ultra-wide and jumbo. @2015-03-04 22:00

Best Motherboards: March 2015

Are you having a hard time keeping track of the best motherboards out there? Our resident motherboard expert helps you pick the right platform with this collection of award-winning boards covering today's top AMD and Intel processors. @2015-03-03 10:00

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: March 2015

AMD's new A8-7650K has hit the market since our last update, and it might offer the most attractive price/performance of the company's APU line. As always, we check the newest price changes and report on the latest news and rumors! @2015-03-03 01:00

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: March 2015

Nvidia's misreported GeForce GTX 970 specs continue to dominate the graphics world news, with a public apology from the CEO and the launch of a class-action lawsuit. Of course, we also report the latest trends in graphics card pricing! @2015-03-02 09:00

Samsung Galaxy S 6 Preview

Samsung shifts its focus to design and forms the Galaxy S 6 and S 6 edge from aluminum and glass. There's more to these devices than a glossy new exterior though, because packed inside these premium materials lurks the latest technology. @2015-03-01 18:30

System Builder Marathon Q1 2015: Alternative $1750 PC

Are more CPU cores the answer to performance-based value? An experimental system based on reader feedback helps us determine where the need for better graphics cards ends, and the need for more host processing begins. @2015-02-28 21:00

System Builder Marathon Q1 2015: System Value Compared

Bigger budgets brought an almost-universal per-builder value decrease, though a few alternative metrics allowed the better machines to top the value curve. Will the trend prevail as we compare all three machines? @2015-02-27 09:00

System Builder Marathon Q1 2015: $1750 Performance PC

Can an extra $150 eliminate the compromises of last quarter’s high-end build? We attempt to answer that while following your most-requested recipe for performance supremacy! @2015-02-26 21:00

System Builder Marathon Q1 2015: Mainstream Enthusiast PC

Our first mid-range enthusiast System Builder Marathon configuration of 2015 turns out to be a solid, capable and powerful system with no obvious weak spots. @2015-02-25 21:00

System Builder Marathon Q1 2015: Budget Gaming PC

This quarter, value-oriented builder Paul Henningsen benefits from a more generous budget that lets him explore faster host processors and graphics cards. Can he put the extra money to good use? @2015-02-24 21:00

Engadget

Photos purportedly showing the LG G4 leak online

The phone in these images look like the LG G3, but you might notice some subtle differences. That's because it could actually be pictures of the brand's yet-to-be-released flagship, the G4. An XDA Developer user called s3rv1cet3ch posted a folder of ... @2015-03-27 09:52

Technology designed for aerospace could improve Parkinson's therapy

When Rice University chemist Roberto Pasquali set out to to create strong and conductive carbon nanotube fibers, he had aerospace applications in mind. But it turned out his microscopic fibers are also great at communicating with the brain, making th... @2015-03-27 08:28

DARPA is working on something way better than GPS

When your location marker on Google Maps is pinging all over the place, it's usually due to temperamental GPS signal. DARPA thinks this isn't cutting it anymore, and is developing a "radically" new tech that will offer real-time position tracking -- ... @2015-03-27 07:02

The first Apple Watch apps are already here

You can't actually buy an Apple Watch for another month or so, but Apple has already opened the gate for apps. 9to5Mac points out a slew of freshly updated apps, including Twitter, WeChat, Evernote and the weather app Dark Sky (shown above), among ot... @2015-03-27 05:35

HTC's lead designer leaves after less than a year

For a tech company that places so much emphasis on design, we can't help but think something's up when one of the key designers leaves. Today, we bring you the sad news that HTC's VP of Industrial Design, Jonah Becker, has announced his departure on ... @2015-03-27 04:18

Police stations are becoming common Craigslist meetup locations

A good rule of thumb when meeting strangers off of Craigslist is to meet in public places. But you know what's safer than that when your gut's telling you to be extra careful? Meeting in police station lobbies. The Seattle Police Department is encour... @2015-03-27 03:08

Xbox One is finally getting voice messages

Among the many improvements of moving to a new console generation, the Xbox One left a few features from the Xbox 360 behind. Now, Microsoft is testing a preview for its April update that brings back one of the most requested features: voice messages... @2015-03-27 02:24

Great, now 3D printed rifles can fire 7.62mm NATO rounds

In 2013, Defense Distributed created the world's first 3D printed handgun, the .38-caliber Liberator. The following year, they unveiled an AR-15 receiver capable of firing hundreds of 5.56mm rounds without fail. This year, the team has been outdone b... @2015-03-27 01:44

Nigerian telecoms to face jail time over shoddy cell service

Nigeria's Consumer Protection Council (CPC), with the backing of the country's government, is threatening to throw telecom executives in jail unless they improve their call quality. The African nation has seen mobile phone adoption rates soar over th... @2015-03-26 23:58

Google brings data compression from mobile Chrome to PCs

Google has offered an option to reduce the amount of data Chrome uses on Android and iOS for a while, and now it's rolled out an extension to do the same for desktop users. Just like the mobile option, it works by compressing the data on Google's ser... @2015-03-26 23:17

Amazon Cloud Drive now stores unlimited files for $60 per year

Amazon thinks it has a way to entice you away from the likes of Dropbox or Google Drive: real, honest-to-goodness unlimited internet storage. It just launched two Cloud Drive plans that let you upload as much as you like, with the primary difference ... @2015-03-26 22:06

Google will fix Chrome's scrolling with Microsoft's help

Smoother scrolling is coming to Chrome, as Google will integrate Microsoft's Pointer Events API into a future version of the browser. To say that Google and Microsoft haven't had the best working relationship would be an understatement. The companies... @2015-03-26 21:34

Nine indie developers on the secret to making multiplayer magic

Ten years ago, multiplayer-only games went through a severe identity crisis. More people than ever were gaming together, but they were increasingly playing online only. The small-stakes joy of twitchy experiences like Street Fighter II and Super Off ... @2015-03-26 21:00

Beatport's dance music streaming service lands on iOS and Android

There are more music streaming apps than the world needs. But there hasn't really been a streamlined experience for electronic dance music listeners until now. Most of the popular apps -– Spotify, 8tracks and Pandora -– have a plethora of dance music... @2015-03-26 20:39

Google taking augmented reality game 'Ingress' to TV

Google and its video game studio, Niantic Labs, are adding another layer to their augmented reality app, Ingress, by bringing it to TV, The Information reports. In Ingress, players travel -- in physical reality -- to marked locations called "portals,... @2015-03-26 20:16

Facebook's AI can see inside your videos and posts

Facebook connects people, but it also wants to know them so it can show relevant information and targeted ads to them. To generate a personalized feed for each user, the network needs to identify and classify content in posts, images and news. Toward... @2015-03-26 19:45

JXE Streams: Blindly marching into PlayStation 4's 'Bloodborne'

Being an enormous fan of From Software, the truly insane studio behind PS4's new gothic role-playing game Bloodborne, I imported Demon's Souls from Honk Kong back in 2009. No one knew anything about it at that point, but I learned quick: the game is ... @2015-03-26 19:30

Facebook developing solar drones to deliver global web access

There are an estimated five billion people worldwide who lack reliable internet access but Facebook is reportedly "ready to spend billions" in order to change that. The Menlo Park-based company has recently announced plans to deliver global connectiv... @2015-03-26 19:16

Ex-Beats CEO's game taps our weird talent show fixation

The co-creator of the service behind Beats music has launched a game that plays on the public's love for shows like X-Factor and Glee. Called Chosen, it lets users either record and upload their performances, or act as judges to give other musicians ... @2015-03-26 19:08

Facebook hints that the Oculus Rift will be available this year (update: or not)

In a rather off-hand comment at today's Facebook developer's conference, company CTO Mike Schroepfer dropped a hint that the Oculus Rift VR headset could come to market this year. It was during an overview talk about what VR means for the company, wh... @2015-03-26 18:46

CNNgo comes to Apple TV with live and on-demand news

It looks like Apple TV's enjoying a growth spurt -- at least if you're into factual content (sorry soap opera fans, your time will come). It looks like CNN is finally coming to Apple TV via CNNgo. The app dishes up both live and on-demand news, but t... @2015-03-26 18:29

Amazon bringing plumbers and yoga instructors to new marketplace

On top of car parts and yoga mats, you'll soon be able to find auto mechanics and gurus at Amazon's incoming Home Services marketplace. The new site lets you find and hire experts in categories like home improvement, lawn & garden, lessons and comput... @2015-03-26 17:57

Motorola found guilty of infringing on a patent from infamous troll

There was good news and bad news for Motorola in its second round in court with the patent holding firm Intellectual Ventures. A Delaware jury cleared Motorola of infringing on one of IV's wireless patents, but it also said that the cellphone maker i... @2015-03-26 17:31

Minecraft free for every Northern Ireland secondary school

Minecraft has been heralded for its focus on building, creativity and exploration. Players learn about architecture and construction, as well as the simple joy of self expression. The game's open nature has also given birth to countless mods that tea... @2015-03-26 17:03

'Blade Runner' tech gives 'Borderlands' its signature sound

"The Commodore 64 is like my Bible; that's when [game] music began because that's when they put an analog chip into a computer," composer Jesper Kyd says of the nearly 33-year-old home computer. "Before that it was PC or Atari and everything was like... @2015-03-26 17:00

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