Computer sweden

Klart att EMC köper VCE

EMC bekräftar att lagringsjätten köper majoriteten av Ciscos andelar i det gemensamma infrastrukturbolaget VCE @2014-10-23 06:32

Windows 10 får inbyggd tvåfaktorsautentisering

Microsofts nya operativsystem får förstärkta funktioner för identitetshantering, säkerhet och skydd mot skadlig kod. @2014-10-23 06:20

En explosion av nya noteringar

Under senaste året har det gjorts fler börsnoteringar inom den svenska it-branschen än det gjorts totalt under de senaste fem åren.  @2014-10-23 06:00

Festen kan vara över

De senaste veckornas turbulens kan göra att företagen som står i kö till börsen skjuter på sina planer.  @2014-10-23 06:00

De svenska it-bolagen säljs

När Videoplaza säljs till Telstra är det den sjätte stora bolagsförsäljningen inom loppet av ett par månader i den svenska it-branschen. Samtidigt ökar börsnoteringarna. Nu cashar ägarna in.  @2014-10-23 06:00

IBM och Microsoft blir molnpartner

Även om IBM och Microsoft är rivaler på molntjänster, så ska företagen för kundernas skull göra molntjänsterna kompatibla. @2014-10-23 05:51

Apple Pay betalar äppelpajen på McDonalds

I måndags slog hamburgerjätten på ett nytt betalsystemet som gör det möjligt för 14 000 restauranger i USA att ta betalt med Apple Pay. @2014-10-23 05:26

Progress vässar utvecklingen med Telerik

Programföretaget Progress gör en storsatsning på utvecklingsverktyg, genom att köpa Telerik för 262 miljoner dollar, motsvarande nästan 1,9 miljarder kronor. @2014-10-23 05:14

Okunskap bakom kortskräck

Oron bland företag som på något sätt hanterar kortinformation sprider sig inför årsskiftet då nya regler träder i kraft. "Helt onödigt", enligt experter. @2014-10-22 15:20

Dagens HIT-bolag: Antura

Dagens företag på Computer Swedens HIT-lista är Antura som gör verktyg för projekt-, portfölj-och resurshantering. @2014-10-22 14:56

Så knyter Birst ihop kundkontakterna

Glöm funktionalitet och tillgänglighet i molnet - det verkligt svåra med beslutsstöd är att knyta samman de processer som ska analyseras. "Det krävs alltid någon form av struktur för att lyckas", säger uppstickaren Birst. @2014-10-22 14:50

Kazam laddar om efter floppen

Mobiltillverkaren Kazam har haft det motigt på den svenska marknaden. Nu görs ett nytt försök och ett av dragplåstren är vad man kallar för världens tunnaste telefon. @2014-10-22 13:08

Katastrofkvartalet bara början på Nordeas elände

"Nedskrivningar i miljardklassen är förstås jobbiga, men det verkligt stora problemet för Nordea är att företaget missat chansen att ligga i frontlinjen för it-utveckling i bankvärlden", skriver Computer Swedens Lars Danielsson. @2014-10-22 13:03

VMware resultatvarnar

Virtualiseringsleverantören VMware spår lägre intäkter för fjärde kvartalet än vad Wall Streets analytiker har räknat med. @2014-10-22 12:44

Samsung biffar upp arbetsminnen

Samsung har kommit igång med produktion av arbetsminnen på 32 GB. Nu har teknikjätten siktet inställt på 128 GB. @2014-10-22 10:55

Mångmiljardnota för Nordeas it-fiasko

Som CS tidigare avslöjat kraschlandade ett gigantiskt it-projekt hos Nordea för två år sedan. Men fortfarande sätter det spår. I dagens kvartalsrapport görs ytterligare en nedskrivning på drygt tre miljarder kronor. @2014-10-22 10:33

De tar över Lufthansas datacentral

Lufthansa säljer av sin it- och infrastrukturdivision i jätteaffär. @2014-10-22 10:15

Svenskt lås på Googlemoln

Svenska Yubico har tillsammans med Google tagit fram en standard för hur en fysisk nyckel kan kopplas till företagets molntjänster och göra inloggningen säkrare. Nu hoppas företaget att tekniken ska bli standard på nätet. @2014-10-22 09:02

Google storsatsar i Magic Leap

Google investerar ihop med ett antal andra aktörer 542 miljoner dollar, motsvarande cirka 3,9 miljarder kronor, i hårdvaru- och programföretaget Magic Leap. @2014-10-22 06:30

Intel trappar upp i Kina

Inveterar i fem kinesiska snabbväxare. @2014-10-22 06:08

Ny teknik

Satelliten Mats – Sveriges nya stjärna i rymden

Mats heter Sveriges nya satellit. Den ska undersöka vågorna i övre atmosfären och deras inverkan på klimatet. @2014-10-23 09:48

Hastigt ändrat beslut i ubåts-sökandet

Försvarsmaktens sökande i Stockholms skärgård går in på sin sjunde dag och fortsätter med oförminskad styrka. @2014-10-23 08:41

Microsoft skrotar Nokia

TEKNIKSVEPET. Microsoft har tagit steget och tar bort namnet Nokia från sina produkter. Här är ett urval av de senaste tekniknyheterna. @2014-10-23 08:15

Ryssar hånar svensk ”ubåtspanik”

Den svenska uppståndelsen kring Försvarsmaktens jakt på en eventuell ubåt i Stockholms skärgård har skapat rubriker i ryska medier, men inte sällan är rapporteringen lätt sarkastisk. @2014-10-23 07:01

Kopia av Vasakanon provsköts

Med en stor smäll och ett ännu större rökmoln provsköts på onsdagen en kopia av kanonerna som fanns ombord på regalskeppet Vasa. @2014-10-23 06:57

Fota med skannern

En vanlig skanner funkar utmärkt som kamera. Även under vattnet. @2014-10-22 16:06

Trängselskatten i Göteborg blir kvar

Trängselskatten blir kvar i Göteborg. I alla fall om de fem parterna bakom det Västsvenska paketet får som de vill. @2014-10-22 15:42

Airbus planerar liten Atlantflygare

Airbus planerar en långflygarversion av nya A321 Neo för att ersätta den äldre Boeing 757. @2014-10-22 14:58

Säker usb-inloggning

Google har introducerat en säker inloggning via usb. @2014-10-22 14:54

Disktrasan räddas kvar med effektiv produktion

En enda textilfabrik har överlevt i ”Sveriges Manchester” – tack vare en storsatsning på automation. Ny Teknik har besökt den anrika disktrasefabriken i Norrköping. @2014-10-22 14:13

Innovationerna flyttar ofta ut

Wettexduken är en svensk uppfinning som fortfarande tillverkas i Sverige efter 65 år. Men produktionen av många andra anrika innovationer har flyttat till lågkostnadsländer. @2014-10-22 14:12

Ubåtsoperationens nya fas

Sökandet efter misstänkta ubåtar i Stockholms skärgård går delvis in i en ny fas. Flera av marinens fartyg genomgår underhåll i Hårsfjärdens örlogshamn samtidigt som flyg- och markförband fortsätter att söka. @2014-10-22 13:59

Palms gamla Web OS går i graven

I januari lägger HP ner support och nättjänster för operativsystemet Web OS. Systemet utvecklades av företaget Palm vars handdatorer med pekskärm var en föregångare till dagens smarta mobiler. @2014-10-22 13:40

Här görs texten om till video – automatiskt

TEL AVIV. Israeliska Wibbitz gör om texten i en tidningsartikel till ett kort videoinslag, ungefär som på tv. Helt automatiskt. @2014-10-22 13:34

Stefan Löfven: Mer pengar till försvaret

Nya rödgröna regeringen ökar försvarsanslagen. Det framgår av statsbudgeten som presenteras i morgon, uppger statsminister Stefan Löfven. @2014-10-22 13:07

Mobilen löser ekvationen

Fota en ekvation med en gratisapp så presenteras hela lösningen i mobilen. @2014-10-22 12:52

Flera fartyg som letat ubåt har lagt till vid kaj

Försvarsmakten ska berätta hur den marina underrättelseoperationen i Stockholms skärgård fortlöper på en presskonferens vid Örlogsbasen på Berga klockan 13. @2014-10-22 11:37

Vasa beskjuts med kanonkula

Regalskeppet Vasas hållfasthet ska testas i dag när en kanonkula ska skjutas rakt på en exakt kopia av fartygssidan, skriver SVT. @2014-10-22 11:14

Argentina vill köpa 24 Gripen E

Argentina kan komma att köpa nya Gripen E via Brasilien. Ländernas försvarsministrar beslutade i går att dra igång förhandlingar kring en försäljning. @2014-10-22 11:09

Nu ska Norrbotniabanan byggas

Regeringen är överens om att bygget av Norrbotniabanan ska komma igång. @2014-10-22 10:16

Toms hardware

EVGA X99 Micro Motherboard Review: Haswell-E And MicroATX

MicroATX might not seem the obvious platform choice for Intel’s Haswell-E-based processors, but six- and eight-core CPUs are a must-have for some compact system builders. EVGA’s X99 Micro is the first compact LGA 2011-v3 motherboard to hit our benches. @2014-10-23 09:00

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: October 2014

This month witnesses the introduction of new budget-oriented AMD Athlon X4 860K and Intel Pentium G3250 processors, along with a surprising number of price adjustments from both camps. Even still, our list of recommendations goes relatively unscathed. @2014-10-21 19:15

2015 Hyundai Sonata: A Refined Entry In A Crowded Segment

We spent a day with Hyundai in Montgomery, Alabama to test out the company's updated 2015 Sonata. Join us as we tour the manufacturing facility and evaluate various trim levels of this mid-sized sedan. @2014-10-20 09:00

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: October 2014

We talk about the new GeForce GTX 970 and 980 in this months update, and see how these disruptive products have changed the price landscape. We also talkn about the GeForce GTX 970M, 980M, and discuss rumors of upcoming products. @2014-10-17 08:20

Dell P2815Q 28-Inch 4K Ultra HD Monitor Review

Putting a 4K monitor on your desktop means either spending four figures on a 32-inch IGZO screen or going on the cheap with one of the new 28-inch TN-based models. We already reviewed Asus’ PB287Q. Today we look at Dell’s version, the P2815Q. @2014-10-15 21:45

Best Motherboards For The Money: October 2014

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. @2014-10-14 11:00

VisionTek CryoVenom R9 295X2: Two GPUs In One Slot

VisionTek recently introduced its CryoVenom R9 295X2, a dual-GPU graphics card that squeezes into a single PCIe expansion slot thanks to a thin and effective water block with impressive thermal performance. But is the board worth its price premium? @2014-10-13 09:00

APC's Current-Gen SurgeArrest: A Modern Tear-Down

After our first tear-down, APC wanted to send in a modern equivalent to demonstrate the company's dedication to quality. Follow along as we tear open another power strip and dig deep into its electrical composition. @2014-10-09 09:00

Epson Moverio BT-200 Augmented Reality Glasses Review

Epson proves that Augmented Reality is here and starting to deliver on its promise. The Moverio 200 glasses are far from perfect, however, and the applications are just emerging. @2014-10-08 09:00

How To Calibrate Your HDTV

You've already seen our instructional guides for calibrating computer monitors. In today's story, we help get you started dialing your HDTV as well. From beginner to expert, we have you covered with a handful of different approaches. @2014-10-06 23:00

Nvidia Shield Tablet And Shield Controller Review

The Shield Tablet, powered by Nvidia’s Tegra K1 SoC, deftly handles browsing and media playback duties. Combining it with the wireless Shield Controller transforms the 8-inch device into an exciting mobile gaming platform. @2014-10-03 21:00

Windows 10: The Major New Features, In Pictures

Two days ago Microsoft unveiled the first draft of the successor to Windows 8, once codenamed "Threshold", now officially dubbed "Windows 10". @2014-10-02 11:00

How To Choose A Motherboard: A Guide For Beginners

Motherboards are a critical piece of PC hardware. Learn how to choose a model that's compatible with your existing components, or right for your next build.​ @2014-10-01 10:10

Steiger Dynamics Maven Pure Custom PC Review: Game In Silence

Steiger Dynamics builds ultra-quiet systems that can do-it-all from the living room. The Maven Pure Custom could be the answer to all of your home-theater needs, but are you really ready to ask the question? @2014-09-30 09:00

Best Of The Best, Part 3: Who Makes The Most Elite PC Case?

We continue our search for the best combination of quality, finish and features with three more cases. Do any meet our Elite criterion? @2014-09-29 09:00

AOC G2770PQU 27-Inch 144Hz Gaming Monitor Review

Today we’re looking at AOC’s other 144Hz gaming display, the G2770PQU. It delivers a 27” image at 1920x1080 resolution through a TN panel. With speedy G-Sync-capable monitors starting to emerge, is the tech still a relevant choice? We find out today. @2014-09-27 21:30

System Builder Marathon Q3 2014: System Value Compared

We looked at our previous-quarter builds, assessed their weaknesses, and made our upgrades. Each builder found better value by holding the line on price. Today, we find out which machine balances performance and cost most effectively. @2014-09-26 21:00

System Builder Marathon Q3 2014: High-End Performance PC

Today’s high-end build adds a little muscle to last quarter’s parts list thanks to Devil's Canyon and a little bit of luck. Will a $1600 machine finally score big wins in both value and performance? A compelling value chart suggests yes. @2014-09-25 21:00

System Builder Marathon Q3 2014: Mainstream Enthusiast PC

Don changes his focus this month, putting an emphasis on host processor performance rather than graphics potential. Does his gamble pay off in our benchmark suite, or does Intel's improved Devil's Canyon design leave him short of previous greatness? @2014-09-24 21:00

System Builder Marathon Q3 2014: Budget Gaming PC

Paul Henningsen kicks off our System Builder Marathon with a stunning low-cost system that leans on Intel's Pentium G3258 processor, a Radeon R9 270 graphics card, and plenty of DDR3 memory. His hardware costs add up to just over $500, too! @2014-09-23 21:00

AMD FX-8370E Review: Pulling The Handbrake For More Efficiency

Going more slowly is more efficient. That’s what AMD must have thought when they designed its new FX-8370E processor, thus closing a gap in the company's line-up. We evaluate whether this CPU is really more efficient and what happens when we overclock it. @2014-09-22 21:00

2015 Dodge Challenger: Old School Fun With Up To 707 Hp

We spent a day in Oregon to drive the 2015 Dodge Challenger family around surface streets, ending up at Portland International Raceway. After auditioning the entire model range, we got a good feel for the latest refresh to Dodge's iconic muscle car. @2014-09-21 23:00

HP Z27x Dreamcolor Professional Display Review

HP's new Z27x DreamColor supports all the important color gamuts and carries some distinctly unique features. This screen simply blows us away. @2014-09-20 09:00

Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 And 980 Review: Maximum Maxwell

Nvidia shows us what second-gen Maxwell architecture can do with its new GM204 chip and the GeForce GTX 970 and 980 graphics cards that wield it. @2014-09-19 14:00

Three-Way X99 LGA 2011-v3 ATX Motherboard Shootout

Buyers of Intel's X99 platform, which supports Intel's Haswell-E and new DDR4 memory, were probably prepared to pay a premium for mid-market boards. Are any of these $240 to $300 models worthy of Intel’s latest CPUs? @2014-09-18 09:00

Tom's Hardware's Haswell-E-Based Builder Sweepstakes

We're ready to give away 10 Haswell-E CPUs and as many Intel SSDs. How do you enter to win? Check out these 11 systems put together by some of the top builders, all based the new Core i7 processors, and let us know which ones you like best! @2014-09-16 09:00

NEC E232WMT 23-Inch Touchscreen Monitor Review

When Windows 8 added 10-point multi-touch support, we expected a flood of desktop touchscreen monitors to hit the market. That hasn’t happened yet but NEC is making maximum effort with the E232WMT. Today we check it out in our lab. @2014-09-11 02:00

Tear-Down: Let's Take a Trip Inside A UPS

In response to our power bar tear-down, many of you asked to see a UPS receive the same treatment. So, today, we go on a tour inside a vintage APC BX1000. @2014-09-09 09:00

Intel Xeon E5-2600 V3 Review: Haswell-EP Redefines Fast

We compare three generations of Intel's Xeon E5-2690 processors, plus the flagship Xeon E5-2699 v3 to see how Haswell-EP affects the datacenter. @2014-09-08 18:30

Building An Intel-Based MicroATX Gaming PC On A Budget

Today we put a Pentium G3258 in a cheap H97 motherboard, overclocked it to 4.4 GHz, added a GTX 750 Ti, then tossed in tons of new Deepcool gear. @2014-09-05 21:00

Engadget

B&O Play have made a portable Bluetooth speaker, no, we're not kidding

It's the last press day at German trade show IFA, and I should be hauling ass across the show floor. Instead, I'm waiting outside by the taxi rank, sucking down secondhand smoke of the booth attendants on their breaks and hoping that my ride hasn't... @2014-10-23 09:00

'SimCity BuildIt' lets Canadians play urban planner before anyone else

While Canada is the brunt of countless jokes, it seems like our friendly neighbors to the north have the last laugh this time. At least when it comes to playing SimCity on the go, that is. The folks at EA have recently soft-launched SimCity BuildIt... @2014-10-23 08:18

Yahoo's mail app has notifications for flights and events too

Yahoo has just released a new Mail update for iOS and Android that integrates event and travel notifications within the app... whoa wait, why does that sound familiar? Another tech company with a name that starts with a G might have announced... @2014-10-23 07:37

Hybrid Play clips turn playground toys into videogame controllers

A group of developers thought it would be fun to merge playground activities with mobile gaming -- so they did. They've created a system called Hybrid Play that lets kids (or adults, no judgment here) control games on their phones with see-saws,... @2014-10-23 06:58

Ford's next cars will brake by themselves to avoid collisions

Automakers like Subaru and Volvo have had automatic anti-collision braking for a while, but what if you're a Ford fan? You won't have to wait long. The Blue Oval has revealed that it's adding its own smart braking system (Pre-Collision Assist) as an... @2014-10-23 06:01

Sonos sues Denon for allegedly copying its wireless speaker tech

If you thought Denon's Heos wireless speakers were a little too similar in purpose to Sonos' range, you're not alone. Sonos has sued D&M Holdings (the company that owns Denon) for allegedly violating "at least" four patents. The audio gear maker... @2014-10-23 05:12

Hear the space age unfold on NASA's historic SoundCloud account

If you've ever wanted to cobble together a really wicked EDM track comprised mostly of sound bites from NASA's Mercury missions, well, now's your chance. Everyone's favorite beleaguered space agency has been posting a treasure trove of audio clips... @2014-10-23 04:29

See what makes the iPad Air 2 so skinny

It's safe to say that you don't buy most Apple devices these days with the expectation that you can open them up, and it looks like the iPad Air 2 is no exception. Do-it-yourself repair shop iFixit has torn down the new tablet and found that it's... @2014-10-23 03:43

Tickets for Sony's PlayStation gaming show go on sale Friday

So, you put in for the time off from work to hit December's PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas. The next logical step, of course, is buying tickets and come Friday you can do just that. As previously reported, a single day pass will set you... @2014-10-23 03:04

Xbox Music ditches free desktop streaming on December 1st

If you're hooked on Xbox Music's free desktop-based listening, you're going to have make some backup plans very shortly. Microsoft has announced that it's dropping the no-cost web and Windows streaming option as of December 1st; after that, you'll... @2014-10-23 02:12

Xiaomi is moving some of its users' data out of China

Xiaomi's a force to be reckoned with in China -- its new phones routinely sell out online in seconds -- but its influence is steadily growing outside its native home. That's why the company's infrastructure has been quietly shifting these past few... @2014-10-23 01:43

It costs $50 to plug an Xbox One Kinect into your PC

What's stopping you from creating the first killer Kinect 2.0 hack? Well, now that Microsoft's released the do-all sensor's SDK to the public for free you don't have many more excuses. The software development kit is available without any fees and... @2014-10-23 01:11

Microsoft Android Wear app lets you search Bing by twisting your wrist

Slightly irked that you have to say "OK Google" whenever you want to use voice search on your Android Wear smartwatch? Microsoft, of all companies, is coming to your rescue. The developer is leading a trio of experimental Android releases with... @2014-10-23 00:40

AT&T's focus on connected cars is beginning to pay off

It's no secret that the US wireless market is saturated, and that most people who want a mobile device have already purchased one by now. Naturally, this means that the national players in the industry are looking for other points of revenue to aid... @2014-10-23 00:04

Engadget Daily: New iPad and Retina iMac reviews, the do's and don'ts of social media, and more!

Want to upgrade to an iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3? Maybe you're just drooling over the new Retina iMac. We reviewed them all, so you're covered either way. But that's not all we have on deck -- read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24... @2014-10-22 23:33

Google Earth for Android is now faster, better at 3D exploration

Heads up, Android fans: Google Earth for your phones is about to get a lot better. That's what the folks in Mountain View are promising, anyway -- they've released an update to the app brings with it snappier performance and improved labels for maps... @2014-10-22 22:50

Bank of America issues refunds after double-charging Apple Pay users

Went on a spending spree with your Bank of America debit card the moment Apple Pay hit your iPhone? You might be in for a (brief) shock. The bank is now issuing refunds after it charged at least some Apple Pay users twice when they made purchases at... @2014-10-22 22:17

Technology changed product placement (and you didn't even notice)

As the music video starts, Avicii nonchalantly wanders into Stockholm's Tele2 Arena. He strolls past the venue's reception; a Grand Marnier poster gets some vital screen time. The bass drops. The crowd goes wild. For some reason, I feel like... @2014-10-22 21:45

Pivotal Living hopes you'll pay $12 a year to use its fitness tracker

Fitness trackers come a dime a dozen and worse, they all seem to do the same thing: monitor your step count, calorie burn and sleep quality. As it happens, the Life Tracker 1, the first device from a startup called Pivotal Living, does all these... @2014-10-22 21:19

Google partners with Jane Goodall to capture Tanzania's chimp heaven

Google has joined forces with the Jane Goodall Institute to bring Street Views of Gombe National Park and its numerous chimpanzees. Using portable Trekkers, Google's intrepid photogs captured thousands of 360-degree images in the jungles where... @2014-10-22 20:49

Jawbone's Drop lets you build music playlists using tweets

At Twitter's Flight mobile developer conference, Jawbone just announced a new app called Drop, which lets you and your friends create and manage playlists with tweets. Hosain Rahman, Jawbone's CEO, says that this would be very useful in party... @2014-10-22 20:46

Pandora lets artists know just how well their music is doing

Many musicians put their tunes on Pandora in the hopes that they'll build an audience, but how are they supposed to know it's working? That's what the streaming service's new Artist Marketing Platform (AMP) aims to solve. The initiative gives... @2014-10-22 20:22

Twitter trades passwords for phone numbers with Digits login

At its mobile developer conference in San Francisco, Twitter just announced Digits, a brand-new way to log in to apps with just your phone number. Instead of going through the tedious process of signing up with an email and password or using one of... @2014-10-22 19:45

Google's 'Inbox' is a smarter take on email, created by the Gmail team

If you're anything like us, Google's Gmail has an iron grip on your life. Google's looking to create a whole new iron grip with a new app from its Gmail team, and it's called "Inbox." What is it? That's a good question -- Google's made a demo slash... @2014-10-22 19:06

The NSA can now use Samsung's Galaxy phones for classified work

Samsung Galaxy phones and tablets have just become the first consumer mobile devices approved by the US National Security Agency (NSA) to carry classified documents. The edict covers most of its newer Galaxy devices, including the Galaxy S5, Galaxy... @2014-10-22 19:01

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