Computer sweden

Använd aldrig en databas för mer än en applikation

"Organiserar du din databas på rätt sätt kommer den göra utvecklingen av ditt system lättare", skriver Ola Bini. @2015-02-28 09:30

Säkerhetsbranschen präglas av paranoia – och det med rätta

"Javaappar har blivit favoriter för dem som sysslar med intrång och nattsömnen för it-ansvariga är inte vad den har varit", skriver Håkan Ogelid. @2015-02-28 08:30

Mobiloperatörernas nya SL-avtal öppnar för supersurf i tunnelbanan

Mobiloperatörerna ligger i startgroparna för att bygga ut 4g i Stockholms tunnelbana. Före årsskiftet ska minst en tunnelbanelinje ha fullständig 4g-täckning. Det är resultatet av ett nytt avtal som mobiloperatörerna nu skrivit med SL. @2015-02-27 15:01

”Det är väldigt mycket utvecklingsaktiviteter i år”

Mattias Forsberg är cio på Systembolaget. Han letar den perfekta balansen mellan att se till att systemen är stabila och driftsäkra och samtidigt driva utveckling som effektiviserar verksamheten. @2015-02-27 14:50

Rashidul Islam är programmeraren med integration på agendan

Rashidul Islam arbetar för att överbrygga trösklar mellan it-proffs som har rötterna i Bangladesh och svenska it-företag. Nätverket han har skapat har lockat 60 personer. @2015-02-27 13:02

Microsoft ökar i molnet – men Amazon leder fortfarande stort

En ny undersökning visar att Microsoft ökar på företagsmarknaden för molntjänster. Men Amazon har fortfarande en betryggande ledning. @2015-02-27 12:59

IBM mångmiljardsatsar i molnet för att återta förlorad mark

IBM pumpar in nätta fyra miljarder dollar i molnet, mobilt och analys - medan de kämpar i den föränderliga it-värld de en gång dominerade. @2015-02-27 12:59

Så förvirrar leverantörerna sina kunder och skapar oro i molnet.

"Att vara marknadsförare hos giganterna måste vara en mardröm", skriver Jörgen Lindqvist @2015-02-27 10:50

Vill du ha en ny bläckstråleskrivare? Har du sex miljoner över? Då kan du köpa den här

Xerox har lanserat en något annorlunda bläckstråleskrivare. Rialto 900 ska lämpa sig för tryckerier som producerar fem miljoner bilder per månad. Priset blir därefter. @2015-02-27 10:43

It-konsulterna stod pall i börsyran – och vinstmarginalerna ökar

Med rejält uppumpade börskurser och därtill stora förväntningar har det varit upp till bevis under senaste månaden för it-konsultbolagen på börsen. De flesta svarade med rejäla vinstlyft när de rapporterade för sina fjärde kvartal. @2015-02-27 06:30

Samsungs minne gör mobilen dubbelt så snabb och hälften så strömkrävande

Samsung har inlett serieproduktion av minnesmoduler som är minst dubbelt så snabba som dagens men ändå drar 50 procent mindre ström. @2015-02-27 06:28

"Jag tänkte att någon drev med mig när jag fick mejlet"

Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder som valts till ny ledamot i Kungliga Ingenjörsvetenskapsakademin, IVA, där hon ska sitta i avdelningen för informationsteknik. @2015-02-26 16:16

Google anpassar Android för företagsanvändare - bättre skydd för jobbdata

Google lanserar Android for Work som är en lösning för att skydda företagsdata på mobiler. Samtidigt anpassas webbaffären Play för företagsbruk. @2015-02-26 14:57

Gemensamt statligt e-arkiv ska spara massor av miljoner

Statens servicecenter vill dra i startsnöret för en upphandling av ett gemensamt e-arkiv för statliga myndigheter. Men satsningen förutsätter att regeringen går in med tio miljoner kronor i finansiering. @2015-02-26 14:55

Salesforce förenklar sitt beslutsstöd så att fler klarar att använda det

Salesforce anpassar sin beslutsstödstjänst Wave Analytics Cloud till fler användare. Dessutom ska det mobila stödet förbättras. @2015-02-26 14:55

SVT:s vd växte upp med de senaste it-prylarna - nu vill hon digitalisera mera

Hanna Stjärne växte upp i ett hem fyllt av de senaste it-prylarna som man kunde göra spännande saker med. I dag leder hon Sveriges Television och tror på experiment och testande som vägen framåt på digitaliseringsresan. @2015-02-26 12:57

Startpaket för internet of things kopplar upp prylarna inom några minuter

Arm och IBM släpper ett startpaket för den som vill koppla upp prylar på internet. Kontakt utlovas inom några minuter. @2015-02-26 12:57

Företagens kostnader för dataintrång skjuter i höjden

Av den totala svenska säkerhetsmarknaden på omkring nio miljarder kronor är reaktiva säkerhetsinvesteringar de största och snabbast växande. @2015-02-26 12:57

Han dömer ut html5 i mobilappar – bättre att jobba med en plattform i taget

Erik Hellman på Bontouch har starka åsikter om mobilutveckling. Han tror inte på lösningar som html5 för att skapa användargränssnitt som fungerar på flera mobilplattformar. @2015-02-26 11:23

Dell letar den perfekta mixen mellan flash och mekaniskt

Dell har kommit med en ny version av de lagringsenheter som levereras i samarbete med Nutanix. Här ryms 32 TB per rackenhet. @2015-02-26 11:21

Ny teknik

Hemligheten bakom succépulvret torrmjölk

TEKNIKHISTORIA. Johanna Maria "Ninni" Kronberg forskade på 30-talet fram ett patent på torrmjölk som senare gav upphov till mejerijätten Semper. Tidningen Teknikhistoria berättar historien bakom torrmjölken som kom att bli räddningen för många spädbarn i världen. @2015-02-28 07:00

”Slarviga gränsvärden hot mot gruvindustrin”

DEBATT. Havs- och vattenmyndigheten föreslår nya gränsvärden för bland annat uran och koppar. Men delar av förslaget riskerar att helt sätta stopp för fortsatt svensk industri- och gruvverksamhet, enligt Pia Pehrson, Pelle Stubelius och Ludvig Gustafson vid Foyen Advokatfirma. @2015-02-28 06:54

Textilbil kör snålt och säkert 2040

När bilarna kör snålt och förarlöst 2040 behövs inte så mycket plåt. De kan byggas av tyg och papper hävdar textilforskare. @2015-02-27 16:57

"Inför konsumentskatter på nötkött och flyg"

En ny rapport, signerad 14 energi- och miljöforskare, vill införa styrmedel för att begränsa köttkonsumtionen och flygresandet. @2015-02-27 16:42

Sandviks stål i svenska blyreaktorn

Med teknik från KTH och stål från Sandvik är den svenska blykylda reaktordesignen Sealer på väg mot ett genombrott - i Kanada. @2015-02-27 15:15

Klänningen är blå!

Guld och vit - eller blå och svart? Något så trivialt som färgen på en klänning har orsakat en smärre storm på sociala medier. @2015-02-27 15:13

Europa kan bli först med minibil från Yamaha

Yamaha planerar att bygga en bilfabrik i Europa för tillverkning av tvåsitsiga minibilar 2019. @2015-02-27 15:05

SVT Play kraschade mitt under stafetten i skid-VM

”Vi har gjort fel, inte du!” är meddelandet som möter den som försöker få igång SVT Play under VM i skidor i Falun. @2015-02-27 14:33

Tesla S hemliga James Bond-funktion

Elon Musk, som köpte undervattens-Lotusen från "Älskade Spion", har släppt en liten överraskning. @2015-02-27 14:28

Veckans gåta: Komplettera talserien

Den här veckan gäller det matte. @2015-02-27 12:49

Här är den utfällbara däckdubbens svaghet

Artikeln om de frostaktiverade däckdubbarna drog igång en intensiv debatt bland Ny Tekniks läsare. Artikeln fick mer än 100 kommentarer. Nu svarar ingenjörerna bakom dubbidén på läsarnas många frågor. @2015-02-27 12:48

Hyperloopen byggs nästa år

2016 påbörjas uppförandet av den första transportbanan som bygger på Elon Musks Hyperloop. @2015-02-27 12:19

Ukraina betalar gas för en dag

Tidigt i morse meddelade ryska gasföretaget Gazprom att Ukraina har betalat 15 miljoner dollar i förskott. Det motsvarar en dags konsumtion. @2015-02-27 11:53

Google betalar rekordmycket för toppdomän

Hur mycket skulle du betala för toppdomänen .app? Antagligen inte lika mycket som Google. @2015-02-27 11:08

Indien rustar järnväg för 1000 miljarder

Indien ska de närmaste fem åren rusta sitt järnvägsnät för drygt 1000 miljarder kronor. @2015-02-27 10:47

Ingenjören på Takata: Jag sa att någon kommer att dö av krockkuddarna

Mark Lillie, före detta ingenjör vid krockkudde-tillverkaren Takata, uppger att han varnade ledningen för de farliga kuddarna redan 1999. @2015-02-27 10:39

Ericsson stämmer Apple

Svenska telekomkoncernen Ericsson stämmer Iphonetillverkaren Apple för patentbrott. @2015-02-27 08:40

Hjälmarna till F-35 de dyraste någonsin

TEKNIKSVEPET. F-35-piloterna i Australiensiska flygförsvaret kommer få en rätt så dyr present. Här är ett urval av de senaste tekniknyheterna. @2015-02-27 07:44

Ingen gräddfil för Facebook och Netflix på internet

Nätjättar som Facebook och Netflix ska i USA inte kunna betala för att få företräde för sin trafik på internet. @2015-02-27 07:15

Sökes: Hem till fem hamnkranar

Det blev inget priskrig kring fem hamnkranar på norra älvstranden i Göteborg. Nu talar mycket för en ny auktion och frågan kvarstår om de ska bevaras, användas vidare - eller rent av skrotas. @2015-02-27 07:04

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Toms hardware

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

In Pictures: Tom's Top 50 RPGs

Today we take a journey spanning 40 years of role-playing games (RPGs). Exciting examples range from classics like the Ultima series to the modern blockbuster Skyrim. Old or new, the following 50 games left their mark on the genre. @2015-02-22 09:00

A Guide To Professional Video Editing Software

You've read through our analysis of free and low-cost video editing suites. Now it's time to take a look at the industry's heavy-hitters: Avid, Adobe, Apple, EditShare, Sony and Grass Valley. Is there a best? That all depends on what you're trying to do. @2015-02-21 21:00

Monoprice CrystalPro 28-Inch 4K Monitor Review

Nearly every monitor manufacturer has a 28-inch TN Ultra HD monitor in its line-up. Today we’re looking at Monoprice’s CrystalPro 4K. Even though it’s based on the same part as its competitors, you get quality that matches or exceeds those displays. @2015-02-18 09:00

Samsung SM951 PCIe M.2 512GB SSD Review

Samsung introduced the SM951 last July during its annual SSD Global Summit in South Korea. Today we're running the drive through our benchmark suite to see if it lives up to the hype. @2015-02-17 09:00

A Guide To Inexpensive Video Editing Software

In the first two parts of our series, we only spent your money on hardware and the software was free. But sometimes you get what you pay for, so perhaps its time to spend a little. @2015-02-17 00:00

In Pictures: Extreme Computer Desks

Unusual ideas, unique places, unconventional solutions. The PC landscape and its denizens couldn’t be more diverse. We’ll forgo (almost) all of the trash this time around and focus on the exceptional for a nice, laid-back experience. @2015-02-15 09:00

Samsung Galaxy S5 Smartphone Review

Will the gravity well from Galaxy S5 capture your interest, or will you streak past with escape velocity? @2015-02-14 09:00

SilverStone SX600-G SFX Power Supply Review

SilverStone's SX600-G is one of the most capable SFX PSUs you can buy. Six-hundred watts is a lot for this form factor, and today we are going find out if the company's offering is able to deliver its advertised power even in extreme conditions. @2015-02-13 03:00

Snapdragon 810 Performance Preview

Qualcomm’s first 64-bit SoC is finally here, but swirling rumors about overheating and poor memory performance continue to smolder. Will the Snapdragon 810 burn up our benchmark charts or just go up in smoke? @2015-02-12 15:00

Best Computer Monitors: February 2015

After rigorous testing, we conferred awards on these displays as the best in class for the following segments: gaming, business, professional, Ultra HD, jumbo, ultra-wide or touchscreen. @2015-02-11 09:00

Gigabyte P35X v3 Notebook Review: GTX 980M Gets Slim

Can Gigabyte fit true gaming performance into a 7/8”-slim notebook chassis? You do get a Core i7-4710HQ and GeForce GTX 980M, after all. @2015-02-10 09:00

Monster PowerCenter HT 800G Tear-Down

What is in a name? Given the generally-inflated retail prices associated with this well-known home theater accessories brand, we wanted to dig deeper into Monster's technical side. Let's take a peek. @2015-02-09 00:00

A Guide To Free Video Editing Software

In Part 1, we set the table, presented you with our menu of software cuisines and recommended some tasty pairings of hardware configurations. @2015-02-07 21:00

Monoprice 30-inch IPS LED Monitor Review

In the land of value-priced peripherals, Monoprice is king. After adding monitors to its many offerings, we decided to check one out in our lab. This 30-inch IPS LED screen definitely qualifies as jumbo. Today we see how it performs. @2015-02-07 09:00

Hands-On With Intel's RealSense Snapshot Camera

We evaluated the Intel RealSense SnapShot depth camera mounted on the Dell Venue 8 7000 tablet. @2015-02-06 21:00

Best Motherboards: February 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. @2015-02-06 09:00

EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 P2 Power Supply Review

EVGA recently introduced its flagship power supply, the SuperNOVA 1600 P2. In addition to monstrous capacity, it also features 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency, promises top performance levels and offers silent operation in semi-passive mode. @2015-02-05 09:00

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: February 2015

Since our last update we've recorded the first Broadwell-U benchmarks, which deliver the usual power and performance improvements we've come to expect from Intel's product updates. Of course we have some interesting price adjustments to report, too! @2015-02-05 08:00

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: February 2015

Nvidia had a lock on graphics world news this past month. Since our last update we've seen the release of the GeForce GTX 960, and learned surprising revelations regarding the company's inaccurate launch specifications of the GeForce GTX 970. @2015-02-03 08:30

MSI X99S MPower Motherboard Review

MSI know that if you’re going to hype a feature, it had better work under most configurations. The X99S MPower gets there by lane switching, but does it have enough added features to breach the $300 class? @2015-02-02 09:00

Thermalright Macho Heat Sink Family Round-Up

We've seen several versions of Thermalright's HR-02 Macho since 2011, including the smaller Macho 120 and the huge HR-22. We tested the latest iteration, which sports a new base plate optimized for Intel's LGA 2011-v3 interface. @2015-01-30 09:00

Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-2666 Review

Still unable to reach DDR4-3333, we set our sights on better value at the now-familiar DDR4-3000 data rate. Can Corsair’s lower-priced Vengeance LPX 16GB quad-channel kit go that far at a relatively affordable $325 price point? @2015-01-29 09:00

SeaSonic Platinum-760 Power Supply Review

SeaSonic's Platinum-760 is the third 80 PLUS Platinum-rated power supply in our round-up. Does a higher sustained output rating help in any way? We run it through our benchmark suite and compare the SS-760XP2 against two strong competitors. @2015-01-28 10:00

Samsung U28D590D 28-Inch Ultra HD Monitor Review

We have a fifth 28-inch value-oriented 4K monitor in our lab: Samsung's U28D590D. Based on a familiar TN panel, our benchmarks those this screen to offer remarkable performance for its price. @2015-01-27 09:00

ASRock X99 Extreme6/ac Motherboard Review

Featuring the same wireless controller as its closest competitor, ASRock’s X99 Pro adds a second gigabit Ethernet controller and removes a few pathway sharing issues. Have we finally found a value-winning solution for high-end LGA 2011-v3 buyers? @2015-01-26 09:00

Nvidia GeForce GTX 960: Maxwell In The Middle

The GeForce GTX 760 has had to hold it's ground for a long time, but today Nvidia replaces it's last Kepler-powered GTX card with the GeForce GTX 960. @2015-01-22 15:00

Engadget

Walmart vs. Netflix DVD battle snags $12 each for 1.2 million people

Ready for a blast from the past? Ten years ago, Walmart's plan to undercut Netflix on DVD-by-mail rental pricing failed, and the retail giant turned that part of its business over to the movie service in exchange for a cut of the revenue, referral bo... @2015-02-28 14:07

Disney wants to help developers make games more interactive

Many RPGs have more than one ending, but even then you still have limited ways to control the story or to interact with the characters. Disney Research, however, wants to make real interactive games -- ones where your actions can affect how it progre... @2015-02-28 12:14

Chinese internet giants purge 60,000 accounts for inappropriate usernames

China will enforce an even tighter control over online names starting on March 1st, and it's already begun nuking any account that doesn't conform to its standards. A handful of powerful internet companies in the country have deleted over 60,000 acco... @2015-02-28 08:13

Disney's retelling the 'Star Wars' film saga with Legos

There isn't a way to turn back time and prevent the Star Wars prequels from ever releasing (just ask Cher), but maybe Disney XD's upcoming crack at them could make the flicks palatable. You see, the channel is prepping the launchpad for The Force Awa... @2015-02-28 04:54

Would you prefer a thinner phone or better battery life?

Despite a number of exciting (and novel) announcements related to battery technology, the sad fact is that our smartphones still need to be frequently charged. One thing that hasn't helped in prolonging the lives of our devices is a trend toward ever... @2015-02-28 01:57

Daily Roundup: History of net neutrality, deconstructing Nintendo and more!

Welcome to the Daily Roundup. In today's news, you can learn about the history of net neutrality. Meanwhile, we look at Nintendo's unique strategy and fondly recall Leonard Nimoy. You can read all these stories and more past the break.... @2015-02-28 01:11

Seattle PD has a YouTube channel for its body camera footage

Seattle's officer-worn camera footage is making its way online, but if you were hoping for anything Cops-like you're likely to be disappointed. In accordance with privacy measures, faces aren't the only parts of a shot that are blurred out -- most of... @2015-02-28 00:05

Uber data breach compromises IDs of 50,000 drivers

An Uber database containing the names and driver's license numbers of 50,000 current and former drivers was accessed by an outside party in 2014, the company announced today. Uber discovered the breach on September 17, 2014, and an investigation reve... @2015-02-27 23:38

YouTube's new video trimming tool makes mobile edits a breeze

Even in the ideal setting, it's nearly impossible to get the perfect piece of footage that won't require edits. Those changes can be tough to tackle on mobile, but thanks to a YouTube update, perfecting a short video just got easier. Inside the video... @2015-02-27 23:17

Lonnie Johnson, the rocket scientist and Super Soaker inventor

To celebrate Black History Month, Engadget is running a series of profiles honoring African-American pioneers in the world of science and technology. Today we take a look at the life and work of Lonnie Johnson. Lonnie Johnson is not quite a househol... @2015-02-27 22:30

BioShock shakes hands with Stepford in 'We Happy Few'

Smile for the camera -- and for the TV, and during the walk to the store, and while you're sitting in the living room, in the dark, all alone. Smile, because if you don't, they will come for you. That's the story behind the first trailer for We Happy... @2015-02-27 22:02

Here's how far we've come with net neutrality

The FCC's ruling on net neutrality yesterday was the agency's most significant action in decades -- but it didn't come easy. It's something that's been discussed ever since Columbia Law professor Tim Wu coined the term net neutrality 2003, which, at ... @2015-02-27 21:30

Google's future campuses are as flexible as its technology

Hey, Apple and NVIDIA: you aren't going to be the only Silicon Valley giants with outlandish office space. Google has revealed a proposed redesign of its Mountain View campuses (specifically, four sites) that not only doesn't resemble a traditional w... @2015-02-27 20:59

Lenovo strips some of the unwanted software from its PCs

Lenovo said it was rethinking its approach to pre-loaded software on PCs in the wake of the Superfish security fiasco, and it's now clear that the computer maker wasn't kidding around. It's promising that its home PC software bundles going forward wi... @2015-02-27 20:38

Deconstructing the method to Nintendo's madness

It's easy to hate on Nintendo. With the Wii U, the company played right into negative consumer expectations by releasing a product derided for its kid-friendly appeal, Fisher-Price toy-like looks, less-than-bleeding-edge silicon, confusing branding a... @2015-02-27 20:00

Smart liquor bottles can keep tabs on your bourbon collection

A close friend of mine returned home from vacation to discover his house sitter -- his brother-in-law -- had downed an entire bottle Pappy Van Winkle 20 year bourbon. A tragedy, really. However, if an alcohol tech duo in Europe has its way, keeping t... @2015-02-27 19:33

Masquerada's gay characters are defined by humanity, not sexuality

In Masquerada: Songs and Shadows, the city of Ombre resembles a fantastical, medieval Venice: elegant stone towers are lined with heavy wood furniture and the people dress in lush fabrics, wielding swords and spears. But Ombre is not Venice; it's an ... @2015-02-27 19:00

'Star Trek' star Leonard Nimoy passes away at 83

The Star Trek and sci-fi world at large suffered a great loss today, as Leonard Nimoy has passed away at the age of 83. Best known for his role as human/alien Spock in the TV and movie series, he had been hospitalized two days ago for chest pains. Hi... @2015-02-27 18:37

Swatch Touch Zero One tracks your beach volleyball skills

Swatch's first foray into the fitness-tracking business is the Touch Zero One, a touchscreen watch built with beach volleyball in mind. This is an upgrade to the barely readable Swatch Touch, introducing features that track the ferocity of your spike... @2015-02-27 18:02

Aereo gets only $2 million from selling assets to TiVo and other companies

Aereo was expecting to sell its assets for at least $4 million (and up to $31 million) at a bankruptcy auction, following its loss in a protracted legal battle against broadcasters. Sadly, luck wasn't on its side yet again: the company has managed to... @2015-02-27 17:37

EE kicks off 400 Mbps 4G trials at Wembley Stadium

EE was the first 4G network operator in the UK, and it's now hell-bent on staying the fastest. After launching its LTE-A network (aka 4G+) in central London last October, it's trialling new spectrum configurations that could boost speeds even further... @2015-02-27 17:22

Year of the Goat: 11 Chinese smartphone brands to watch

2014 had been a wonderful year for the ever-competitive Chinese smartphone market. We saw the birth of new brands, the record of world's thinnest phone broken three times, and a couple of companies entering India with great reception (although not wi... @2015-02-27 17:00

Google search results to show more mobile-friendly sites on phones

Google believes you'd want to see more mobile-friendly websites when you do searches on a phone or tablet. That's why on April 21st, it'll start giving online destinations with mobile versions higher placements on the results page, assuming you're al... @2015-02-27 16:32

Photography and the subatomic world collide in a new documentary

First it was Andy Warhol's obsolete digital archives and then the Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project. Now, the Hillman Photography Initiative's documentary team has set its sights on the CERN physics laboratory in its newest film, Subatomic. Famous... @2015-02-27 16:01

Swiss watchmakers are teaming up to fight Apple and Google

Swiss watch companies are finally waking up to the potential of smartwatches, with the launch of models from three different companies. Mondaine, Alpina and Frederique Constant have revealed their take on the smartwatch today, and they're all very si... @2015-02-27 15:29

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