Computer sweden

TV: Så ska Sverige bli bäst i världen på digitalisering

Computer Sweden och Digitaliseringskommissionen är på plats i Almedalen. Se hela seminariet här. @2015-07-01 10:40

Över 400 på plats på It-dagens mingel i Almedalen. Se bilderna här.

Computer Sweden inledde Almedalsveckan med den fjärde upplagan av It-dagen. Dagen avslutades med det populära It-minglet där över 400 mingelsugna var på plats. @2015-06-30 13:06

Gamle Sun-chefen lättar sitt hjärta

Scott McNealy gör inte så mycket väsen av sig numera, men han vet fortfarande hur man kraftfullt framför sina egna åsikter. Här är hans tankar om personlig integritet och statliga myndigheter. @2015-06-30 10:18

Ljuset går upp för mobil-Windows

När Microsoft visar en ny förhandsversion av Windows 10 Mobile är möjligheten att använda mobilen som en ficklampa en av nyheterna. Icke att förglömma är en ny version av webbläsaren Edge. @2015-06-29 15:08

Här går fiskauktionen på ett klick

Förr handlade fiskauktioner om att blinka, grimasera eller räcka ut tungan i rätt sekund för att lägga bud. Nu handlar det i stället om att klicka när priset hamnat på den nivå man är beredd att betala. Om ingen klickat före är fångsten din. @2015-06-29 06:12

Libreoffice hänger på i molnet

Microsoft satsning på att etablera molntjänsten Office 365 medför nya utmaningar för det öppna alternativet Libreoffice. En molnvariant utlovas till slutet av året. @2015-06-28 08:04

Oracle ger sig inte - nu blir du pådyvlad ny sökmotor när du installerar Java

Oracle och Yahoo har slutit ett avtal som innebär att Yahoos söktjänst erbjuds som standardval för användare som uppdaterar sina installationer av Java. @2015-06-26 06:12

Bristande tester leder till sårbara sajter

20 procent av alla attacker i Sverige sker mot webbapplikationer och attackverktygen är välkända. Många attacker kan undvikas genom att testa webbapplikationerna regelbundet, inte bara innan de tas i drift. @2015-06-25 14:30

Samsungs röda hatt ska ge draghjälp åt öppen källkod

Red Hat tycks ha inspirerats av Apples samarbete med IBM och drar nu igång en liknande projekt för apputveckling med Samsung som partner. @2015-06-25 06:10

Databascirkeln sluts - nosql på väg att bli yes sql

"Man kommer väl aldrig att hitta scheman och joins i nosql-databaser? Eller hur?" @2015-06-24 14:18

Anoto fasar ut pennan och satsar på skärmar i stället

Anoto, som länge kallats ett läspenneföretag, har beslutat att fasa ut C-Tech, den enhet som ligger bakom C-Pen. Nu är det skärmteknik som gäller. @2015-06-24 14:10

Mät rätt. Lär dig analysera. Samarbeta med säljet. Då blir du en bra marknadsförare.

I stället för att jaga nyckeltal som bara boostar självförtroendet måste företagens marknadsfolk bli bättre på att hitta rätt nyckeltal, grotta ner sig i Google Analytics och samarbeta bättre med säljet. @2015-06-24 06:18

Sex steg till säkrare mejlhantering

Dåliga rutiner, regler och styrning är ett värre hot än ofixade buggar och brister i brandväggar. Här är sex steg till bättre styrning av säkerheten i företagens e-postsystem. @2015-06-23 15:45

Nu har Larry Ellison tänkt om - Oracle gör en massiv molnlansering

Efter en massiv lansering i går kväll är det ingen tvekan om att Oracle har inlett en genomgående övergång till molnteknik. Det som sticker ut mest är en satsning på plattformstjänster. @2015-06-23 11:17

Snart läser alla telefoner ditt fingeravtryck

Billigare sensorer och bredare mjukvarustöd kommer att göra fingeravtrycksläsning mer tillgängligt för apputvecklare och tjänsteföretag. @2015-06-23 06:10

Google avslöjar sina djupaste nätverkshemligheter

Google har byggt egna nätverkslösningar i tio års tid. Nu berättar Googles Amin Vahdat om hur man gått till väga. @2015-06-22 15:13

Paradox och King gästade IDG:s Code Night med speltema

När IDG arrangerade Code Night om spelutveckling i onsdags kväll var intresset stort - det kom över 100 besökare. Här intervjuar Computer Swedens Lars Danielsson besökare och utställare. @2015-06-22 10:11

"Flera affärssystem närmar sig stupstocken"

Flera av de dominerande affärssystemen utvecklades på 1990-talet och börjar närma sig stupstocken. Det hävdar experten Sören Janstål. @2015-06-22 06:12

Märklig mackapär som maxar vr-upplevelsen en av veckans knasigaste prylar

Computer Swedens Mats Karlsson botaniserar bland veckans prylnyheter. @2015-06-21 08:33

Koppla ned och koppla av så blir du smartare på jobbet

Att koppla ned sig smart blir allt viktigare, enligt Katarina Gospic, som är en av Sveriges mest kända hjärnforskare, @2015-06-19 07:02

Ny teknik

Leverans äntligen på väg till ISS

Besättningen på rymdstationen ISS kan andas ut. Efter två misslyckade försök att få upp förnödenheter till rymdstationen, gick uppskjutningen av en rysk raket med en fraktfarkost som planerat. @2015-07-03 09:15

Bulvanföretag i reaktorbygge nära Sverige

Myndigheter i Finland kräver klarlägganden kring planerna på ett kärnkraftverk som ska byggas bara 15 mil från Sverige. @2015-07-03 08:07

Vattenfall riskerar få stänga kolkraftverk

I stället för att höja skatten för kolkraftverken vill tyska regeringen nu stänga flera av dem. @2015-07-03 08:04

Robotmobilen är starkare än stål

TEKNIKSVEPET. Världens första smartphone med liquidmorphium har kommit. Här är ett urval av de senaste tekniknyheterna. @2015-07-03 07:29

Sverige kan bli uppkopplat snabbare

Bredbandsoperatören IP-Only kommer att satsa 15 miljarder kronor till och med 2020 på att bygga nya fibernät i Sverige. @2015-07-03 06:54

BP betalar USAs högsta miljöböter

Oljebolaget BP, med ordförande Carl-Henric Svanberg, har gått med på att betala det högsta beloppet för miljöbrott i USAs historia. @2015-07-02 16:19

”Högkänsliga är bra på att reflektera”

Högkänslighet betraktas som svaghet. Men kan vara en tillgång i arbetslivet. Det visar en studie vid Borås högskola. @2015-07-02 15:30

Solorekord för solflygspiloten

André Borschberg, piloten på soldrivna flygplanet Solar Impulse 2, har på sin färd mot Hawaii redan slagit två världsrekord. @2015-07-02 14:29

Varning för sommarhalka

Trafikverket varnar för sommarhalka. @2015-07-02 13:57

Piloten drog i fel handtag före kraschen

Piloten i det passagerarplan som i februari störtade i en flod i Taiwan stängde av planets enda fungerade motor. @2015-07-02 13:22

Nasa testar flygande vinge för Marslandning

Prandtl-m är namnet på den flygande vinge som Nasa tänker sig ska glida ner mot planeten Mars yta och spana efter lämplig landningsplats för astronauter. @2015-07-02 12:33

Förslaget: Gränsen för skatt på solel ändras

Regeringen har presenterat ett nytt förslag på skatteregler för solcellsanläggningar. Gränsen för när energiskatt ska betalas går vid 255 kilowatts toppeffekt. @2015-07-02 10:26

Hur stoppar koppartejp sniglar?

TEKNIKFRÅGAN. Vad händer med snigeln när den kryper över snigeltejpen? Ge besked i Ny Tekniks läsarfråga. @2015-07-02 10:15

Tre biljättar sponsrar vätgasmackar

De tre japanska biltillverkarna Honda, Nissan och Toyota ska sponsra utbyggnaden av vätgasmackar i Japan. @2015-07-02 10:02

Lag på mjukvara som dödar mobilen

TEKNIKSVEPET. I Kalifornien måste smartphones nu utrustas med en mjukvara som gör mobilen obrukbar om den blir stulen. Här är ett urval av de senaste tekniknyheterna. @2015-07-02 07:18

Slump kan ha lett till narkolepsi

En ren slump kan ha gjort att flera människor som fått influensavaccinet Pandemrix drabbats av narkolepsi, skriver Dagens Nyheter. @2015-07-02 07:00

Swedish Lorry Parts AB

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Saab får hemlig order på undervattenssystem

Försvars- och säkerhetsföretaget Saab har fått en order på leverans av "undervattenssystem", värd 429 miljoner kronor, enligt ett pressmeddelande. Både orderns innehåll och vem som är köpare är hemligt. @2015-07-01 16:08

Radar ser rymdskrot

Med en snabb fasstyrd antenn ska radarn i projektet Gestra snabbt kunna upptäcka rymdskrot som hotar satelliter, eller falla till jorden. @2015-07-01 14:05

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Toms hardware

The State Of Solid State: Computex 2015

The Computex party is over, but our memories will last forever. Today we look at the future of solid-state storage, upcoming technologies and breakthroughs in controller and NAND hardware. @2015-07-03 09:00

ViewSonic VP2780-4K 27-inch Ultra HD Monitor Review

We've got ViewSonic's VP2780-4K in the lab today. Is this 27-inch, Ultra HD, IPS-based monitor worth your hard-earned money? Let's find out! @2015-07-02 09:00

System Builder Marathon Q2 2015: Value Comparison

Now that we’ve built four PCs with matching budgets, which builder, and which machine, owns the title of best performance for $1600? @2015-07-01 08:59

System Builder Marathon Q2 2015: $1600 Mini Gaming PC

Because you asked for it, we put an Intel Core i5 and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 into a mini-ITX case. But how does it perform compared to its larger twin? @2015-07-01 08:30

Tom's IT Pro: Dell Venue 11 Pro 5130 Enterprise Tablet Review

Tom's IT Pro compares Dell's Venue 11 Pro 5130 enterprise tablet against Lenovo’s ThinkPad 10 20C1 and HP’s ElitePad 1000 G2 business-class units. @2015-07-01 02:00

System Builder Marathon Q2 2015: $1600 Gaming PC

For this quarter’s SBM, we built a gaming PC with a GeForce 980 paired with a Core i5. Can it keep up with our i7-based builds from previous SBMs? @2015-06-29 21:00

System Builder Marathon Q2 2015: $1600 Mini Performance PC

We’ve seen how far I can push a six-core Haswell-E in our full-sized performance build, but can the same performance level fit into a mini cube? @2015-06-29 09:00

System Builder Marathon Q2 2015: $1600 Performance PC

This month’s high-end build looks lighter than its predecessor, yet includes a six-core Haswell-E CPU. Will the shift away from graphics kill its gaming cred? @2015-06-28 21:00

Gigabyte P34W v3 Gaming Laptop Review

Gigabyte's P34W v3 is one of the only two 14-inch gaming notebooks with GeForce GTX 970M graphics. Can portability and performance really coexist? @2015-06-27 21:00

Rosewill Quark 1000 Power Supply Review

Today we take a look at Rosewill's Quark 1000. In addition to 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency and fully modular cabling, this $200 unit can support multiple GPUs. @2015-06-26 09:00

Mushkin Reactor 512GB SSD Review

Mushkin's 1TB Reactor is among our Best Picks in SSDs. Today we look at the low-cost 512GB drive powered by Silicon Motion's four-channel SM2246EN. @2015-06-25 09:00

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X 4GB Review

Can AMD's complex Fiji GPU, groundbreaking memory tech and closed-loop cooler generate enough performance to usurp Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 980 Ti? @2015-06-24 14:00

V3 Voltair V3TEC120-FC01 CPU TEC Cooler Review

V3 Components claims it can deliver innovative technologies to rival the performance of liquid cooling. We test these claims on an overclocked Haswell-E. @2015-06-23 09:00

Best Computer Monitors

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. @2015-06-22 21:00

Best SSDs For The Money

This month brings a long overdue update to our best SSD list. We say goodbye to older 128GB-class models to pave the way for new m.2 PCIe SSDs. @2015-06-22 09:00

Best Motherboards

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. @2015-06-21 21:00

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: June 2015

Only a few weeks remain before Computex 2015 kicks off in Taipei, Taiwan. Is the gaming graphics card market poised to heat up? Based on the past month of silence from both AMD and Nvidia, it'd be fair to bet that both companies have imminent plans. @2015-06-21 09:00

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: June 2015

Intel just announced a handful of Broadwell-based Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs, along with several fourth-gen Xeon E3 processors. Unless you're building an HTPC with gaming chops, though, skip right on by and wait to see what Skylake can do. @2015-06-20 21:00

AMD Radeon R9 390X, R9 380 And R7 370 Tested

AMD's 300-series Radeons dropped today, and we've got three MSI cards in the lab: the R9 390X Gaming 8G, the R9 380 Gaming 2G and the R7 370 Gaming 2G. @2015-06-18 18:15

Motorola Moto E (2nd Gen) Review

Motorola’s second generation Moto E receives significant enhancements, including a faster 64-bit SoC, front-facing camera, and bigger battery. There’s even an LTE option. Is this budget smartphone worth more than its bargain price? @2015-06-17 09:00

Dynatron R27 And R24 Versus Noctua NH-U9DX i4

Today we look at three Narrow ILM CPU coolers for Intel's LGA2011 (v3): Dynatron’s mid-sized R27, Noctua’s NH-UD9X i4 and the ASRock-supplied Dynatron R24. @2015-06-16 09:00

Tom's IT Pro: Mangstor MX6300 Enterprise NVMe SSD Review

Join us as we put Mangstor's MX6300 Enterprise NVMe SSD under the Tom's IT Pro microscope. How does it fare against competing NVMe-based PCIe models? @2015-06-15 22:00

Samsung SM951-NVMe Versus AHCI Versus SATA 850 Pro

Samsung's SM951 SSD has both AHCI and NVMe support, and while PCIe-based storage is a hot topic, many enthusiasts wonder what it does. Today we find out. @2015-06-15 09:00

MSI A78M-E35 Versus Gigabyte GA-F2A78M-D3H

Today we look at two AMD A78-based motherboards (MSI's A78M-E35 and Gigabyte's GA-F2A78M-D3H), to determine how they stack up against A88X. @2015-06-14 09:00

PSU Repair: A Case Study

When your PSU won't start, most enthusiasts don't go beyond a paperclip or multimeter check. Today, we'll do a comprehensive repair of Antec's old SL300. @2015-06-13 09:00

Acer XG270HU 27-inch FreeSync Monitor Review

We’ve had G-Sync monitors for many months now, but AMD fans had to wait for FreeSync screens. Today we’re looking at Acer’s 27-inch QHD XG270HU. @2015-06-12 09:00

Deepcool Gamer Storm Captain 240 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Deepcool’s Gamer Storm brings us a dual-120mm liquid cooler with enhanced style and reduced price, but can it still deliver the performance? @2015-06-11 21:00

Kingston HyperX Savage 240GB SSD Review

Kingston brings a new flavor to its premium HyperX product line using Phison's S10 controller. Can it serve enough performance to offset its price tag? @2015-06-10 09:00

Tom's IT Pro: Intel DC S3710 Enterprise SSD Review

Join us as we put Intel's 1.2TB DC S3710 under the Tom's IT Pro microscope. How does it fare against competing 2.5-inch enterprise SSDs? @2015-06-10 06:00

EVGA SuperNOVA 550 GS PSU Review

EVGA teamed up with Seasonic to release an affordable, mid-capacity, 80 PLUS Gold, fully modular PSU, the SuperNOVA 550 GS, which costs just $90. @2015-06-09 09:00

Engadget

Chevy's 2016 cars can keep charging phones from overheating

Early summer on the East Coast hasn't been its usual level of brutal this year, but it's only a matter of time before smartphones start wigging out in the heat. Things only get trickier when you're charging up in your sweltering car, so Chevy cooked ... @2015-07-03 08:38

N64 controller modded to (sort of) work with the Xbox One

Microsoft has an exorbitant $150 controller coming this year that it hopes will make up for the Xbox One's middling gamepad, but that won't make the upcoming Rare Replay feel any more authentic when you play. The folks at Hyperkin -- makers of the Re... @2015-07-03 06:52

Casio is making smartwatches, too

When America's greatest actor needed to defuse a bomb mounted to a passenger bus, there was only one name he could trust to keep time: Casio. Like Keanu Reeves, the company's fallen out of the limelight a bit since then. It has a comeback plan, thoug... @2015-07-03 05:37

DNA sequencing shows how woolly mammoths got that way

In what is being called the "most comprehensive" study of its kind, a team from the University of Chicago claims that it has revealed the massive amount of genetic change needed for woolly mammoths to adapt to their arctic environment. The study, whi... @2015-07-03 04:46

BlackBerry's 'Venice' Android slider is coming to AT&T (update)

Rumors of a fully Android-powered BlackBerry device popped up again last month, and today Evan Blass aka evleaks has posted a picture showing a glimpse of the phone. Specs for the alleged "Venice" popped up on N4BB a couple of weeks ago, calling it a... @2015-07-03 03:23

Watch Russia launch crucial Space Station cargo at 12:55AM ET

The International Space Station has had a tough time getting supplies lately between two rocket explosions and an orbital failure, but it's going to get an important lifeline in the near future... hopefully. Russia is about to launch Progress 60, a c... @2015-07-03 02:06

MasterCard is testing a new way for you to pay with your face

MasterCard announced on Thursday that it's looking to add a layer of biometric security to its credit cards and all user will need to do is simply take a selfie. The system will create a digitized map of your face, convert that map into a hash and co... @2015-07-03 01:36

Bing Pong is a wonderful, terrible distraction from your searches

We hope you aren't curious about Nolan Bushnell's game development history... you may find yourself sucked into a time sink. Microsoft has quietly added an option to play Pong in Bing (Bing Pong, get it?) if you search for the digital table tennis cl... @2015-07-03 00:46

Chicago kicks in 'cloud tax' on streaming services like Netflix

Citizens of Chicago need to prepare themselves for a "cloud tax" that went into effect on July 1. The nine-percent tax to cloud services like Netflix, Spotify and Xbox Live is the result of an "amusement tax" ruling that items "delivered electronical... @2015-07-02 23:58

Uber will give you a free ride to jury duty in one US county

Jury duty may be an annoying (if vital) civic responsibility, but one US county is experimenting with a ridesharing offer that could make it a little more bearable. The County Clerk in Macomb, Michigan is partnering with Uber on a 60-day trial that g... @2015-07-02 23:14

22 Massachusetts towns will build their own gigabit internet service

The FCC made it clear that towns should have the freedom to build their own broadband services, and one cooperative group is determined to take advantage of that liberty. WiredWest has gained the support of 22 Massachusetts towns for a municipal broa... @2015-07-02 22:47

The Wirecutter's best deals: a soundbar, Bluetooth headphones and more!

This post was created in partnership with The Wirecutter, a list of the best technology to buy. Read their continuously updated list of deals at TheWirecutter.com. You may have already seen Engadget posting reviews from our friends at The Wirecutter... @2015-07-02 22:19

SoundCloud iOS update makes it easier to find new music

SoundCloud has been keen on adding new features regularly to make its version of music streaming more useful for listeners. With an update today, the company's iOS app received a handful of tools that'll make it a bit easier to find new tracks and ke... @2015-07-02 21:55

Leak hints the next iPhone might record 4K video

Tired of recording 'just' 1080p video on your iPhone while your friends produce clips in glorious 4K? You won't have to look on with envy for much longer, if the latest rumors are on the mark. A tipster on China's Sina Weibo has posted what appear to... @2015-07-02 21:33

JXE Streams: An early, eerie look at 'We Happy Few'

Drugs, check. Dystopia, check. An alternative 1960s English town with a terrifying history, check. We Happy Few ticks a lot of my boxes in its premise alone, plus the art direction seems spot-on and the characters already feel real. Take Uncle Jack f... @2015-07-02 21:09

Play 'Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time' on your Wii U

At long last, you can play one of the best Legend of Zelda games (often considered the best) on your Wii U. Nintendo has released a Virtual Console version of Ocarina of Time for its latest TV console on the eShop, giving you an easy way to relive Li... @2015-07-02 20:47

NASA's New Horizons captures images of mysterious spots on Pluto

As the New Horizons spacecraft preps for its inspection of Pluto on July 14th, NASA provided a status update with some interesting info. First, new color images show a series of spots along the dwarf planet's equator. The evenly-spaced spots are abou... @2015-07-02 20:32

Dubai building will be entirely 3D printed, right down to the furniture

The uses for 3D printing are seemingly endless. We've seen the tech used by doctors, to build cars and for construction. While parts of a building have been 3D printed before, the United Arab Emirates National Innovation Committee is working to use t... @2015-07-02 20:14

Shyp helps reverse a tech trend by hiring contractors as staff

Tech companies like Uber may be fighting tooth and nail to keep their workers as contractors and avoid dealing with costs like insurance and taxes, but Shyp isn't having any of that. The shipping service has announced that it's treating all of its co... @2015-07-02 19:55

Robot autopsy shows Pepper's head may be replaceable

Don't worry, the gruesome image (above) of SoftBank's Pepper isn't part of Elon Musk's robot takedown plan. It's actually a teardown by Japanese website Nikkei showing exactly what makes the emotion sensing 'bot tick. The head came off the body easil... @2015-07-02 19:34

BlueStacks emulator runs Android apps on your Mac

The BlueStacks Android emulator, which already has around 90 million Windows users, has finally arrived on OSX after an extended beta testing phase. The free emulator runs both x86 and ARM-based apps as well as provides full keyboard and mouse suppor... @2015-07-02 19:16

Drone helps rescue trapped rafters

Drones aren't just useful as scouts and signalers during rescue operations -- they can play a hand in the actual rescue, too. When the Auburn Fire Department went to help recover two young men stranded in the middle of rapids in Mechanics Falls, Main... @2015-07-02 18:54

Elon Musk-backed project grants $7 million to AI researchers

After Elon Musk donated $10 million to the Future of Life Institute (FLI) to finance studies aiming to keep AIs safe and beneficial (i.e., prevent them from going down Skynet's path) almost 300 teams submitted their research proposals. Now, the insti... @2015-07-02 18:33

San Francisco is serious about Airbnb regulation

Since San Francisco is all about startups, it's no surprise that the city changed its laws to accommodate one of its most successful: Airbnb. Last year, officials passed the so-called "Airbnb law," legalising short-term rentals of private property wi... @2015-07-02 18:12

Remy Martin thinks an NFC bottle cap is the key to authentic cognac

We hope you like your cognac "connected". Remy Martin's wants to give its drinkers with "rewards beyond only its dense rich flavors." That apparently corresponds to an NFC tag built into each bottle to ensure it's authenticity, freshness.. and that i... @2015-07-02 17:47

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