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Levererar militära fordon till hela världen

Stora möjligheter till kompetens- och karriärutveckling när BAE Systems Hägglunds söker fler ingenjörer @2017-12-18 13:26

Analysen: Då dör e-posten som kommunikation

Smarta fabriker, genombrott för blockkedjetekniken och skenande personalkostnader i Silicon Valley. Det är några trender som företaget Bullhound spår för 2018. @2017-12-18 12:21

Nu börjar Daimler leverera ellastbilar

Tesla är pionjärer inom elbilismen – men när tillverkarens lastbil lanseras om två år så kommer de vara långt ifrån först. ”Vi levererar den första serietillverkade helelektriska lastbilen till kunder i Europa i dag”, säger Marc Llistosella på Daimler. @2017-12-18 11:35

Den flygande sportbilen gör 160 km/h på vägen

För en dryg miljon kronor kan Samson Switchblade bli din. Bilen flyger drygt 72 mil, på över 3 000 meters höjd. Efter landning fäller man in vingarna – och på vägen presterar trehjulingen 160 km/h. @2017-12-18 10:14

SKL: Fel avskaffa kommunal rätt säga nej till vindkraft

En försvagning av det kommunala självstyret och av den lokala demokratin. @2017-12-18 09:58

Demokrater vill rösta om amerikansk nätneutralitet

Den ledande demokraten i USA-senaten säger att han tänker tvinga fram en omröstning i kongressen om beslutet i myndigheten FCC om att upphäva nätneutraliteten. @2017-12-18 07:56

Usel handstil? Fler digitala tentor ska göra rättningen lättare

Med digitala tentor spelar inte eländig handstil någon roll för den som rättar svaren. @2017-12-18 06:44

Tre hälso-startups att hålla koll på

En digital tolk. En app för samtalsstöd. En tjänst som ska påminna om medicinering. Här är tre unga teknikbolag som vill bygga framtidens sjukvård. @2017-12-15 16:01

10 saker som gör rekryterarna galna

Bullrig, oförberedd eller vag. Hur du agerar på anställningsintervjun avslöjar mycket om din person. Och vissa beteenden retar gallfeber även på luttrade rekryterare – se listan. @2017-12-15 15:30

33-stjärnans nya mål: Träna ai-system i framtidens bilar

33-listeveteran. Tidigare Appleanställd. Serieentreprenör. Nu ska Jan Erik Solem och hans Mapillary lära bilbranschen att träna ai-systemen som styr framtidens fordon. @2017-12-15 15:15

Daimler satsar på kvantdator – ska förbättra transporter

Daimler och Samsung är två av bolagen som ska samarbeta med IBM kring utveckling av applikationer med kvantteknik. @2017-12-15 13:59

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WD My Passport Ultra HDD Review

Western Digital just revamped most of its consumer product line with new models that bring increased storage capacity and a bold new look. @2017-12-18 03:00

Antec P8 Case Review

Antec’s P8 joins the race to the bottom in tempered-glass case pricing, but can it race back up to the top in performance and value? @2017-12-17 15:00

Games That Support HTC Vive Trackers

HTC's Vive Trackers and the first round of trackable accessories are now available, but what can you do with them? Following is a list of all the games that we know of that support the Vive Tracker universal tracking pucks in one way or another. @2017-12-16 15:00

Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 64 Nitro+ Review

Sapphire’s engineers took their sweet time creating a graphics card that heats up the third-party Vega 64 market by staying cooler than the competition. We run its Radeon RX Vega 64 Nitro+ through our test suite. @2017-12-15 15:00

Cooler Master Master Liquid ML240L RGB Review

We test Cooler Master's ML240L RGB closed-loop CPU cooler. @2017-12-15 03:00

Last Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas

Christmas is nearly here, and while most of your shopping is probably done, there's still time to pick up a few stocking stuffers for the tech enthusiast in your life. @2017-12-14 20:34

HTC Vive Trackers (And Accessories) Review

HTC and Valve bet on tracked wand controllers for VR. Now, HTC is doubling down with the Vive Tracker universal tracking device. With them, you can track pretty much anything in VR. @2017-12-14 15:00

Gigabyte Z370N WiFi Motherboard Review

It’s small and holds a six-core CPU, but what else can the Z370N WiFi do? We test it! @2017-12-13 15:00

Best Power Supplies

Here are the best power supplies for gaming PCs. These PSUs offer the best reliability, performance and protection for your components. @2017-12-12 19:30

Best Gaming Monitors

Here are the best gaming monitors available today, ranging from inexpensive 60-144hz monitors to top-of-the-line 4K panels equipped with G-Sync or FreeSync. @2017-12-12 19:15

Radeon Pro Goes Enterprise: Adrenalin Edition For Workstations

AMD's Andrenalin Edition gets an update for workstations alongside the desktop update. We detail the new features and go hands on for a quick look at performance. @2017-12-12 15:01

Meet AMD's Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition Driver Update

AMD is ready with 2017's big annual driver release: Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition. It includes new features and several improved ones, but not much extra performance. @2017-12-12 15:00

SilverStone Strider Titanium ST1500-TI PSU Review

The SilverStone ST1500-TI combines huge capacity, compact dimensions, and 80 PLUS Titanium efficiency. All of that looks amazing, given that a few years ago similar-capacity PSUs measured more than 200mm deep and offered notably lower efficiency. @2017-12-11 15:00

Best Surprise PC Game Endings

These are the endings that you'll talk about for a long time. Did your favorite game make the list? @2017-12-10 21:00

WD My Book Duo (2017) DAS Review

Western Digtial's high-performance direct attached My Book Duo features a new bold look, capacity increase, and and an updated software package. @2017-12-10 15:00

VR Games With Some Meat On Their Bones

There may not be many AAA VR games available, but that doesn't mean you can't find games that you can sink some time into. Here's a list of games that you can keep going back to. @2017-12-09 15:00

Alienware AW2518H 240Hz G-Sync Monitor Review

25-inch 240Hz gaming monitors are a hot property right now and no manufacturer wants to be left out. Today we’re checking out Alienware’s AW2518H. @2017-12-08 15:00

Star Wars Battlefront II Performance Review

Any game with Star Wars in the name is bound to garner attention. Star Wars Battlefront II is no exception. We've put the game through its performance paces on a variety of hardware. @2017-12-07 15:00

Best Cases

Here are the best cases for custom PC builds. Our recommendations take cooling and noise into account, and most sell for less than $100. @2017-12-06 18:30

Antec P110 Luce Case Review

On the test bench today we have the Antec P110 Luce, a full featured mid-tower chassis with a tempered-glass side panel. @2017-12-06 15:00

Corsair RM850x White PSU Review

Corsair released a white version of the RM850x, which also comes with individually sleeved white cables. The rest of the specs are the same, so performance is identical as the black RM850x. @2017-12-05 15:00

Intel Optane SSD 900P Review: 3D XPoint Unleashed (Update)

There isn't a bush to beat around. The new Intel Optane SSD 900P ran it over along with the competition. This is the fastest consumer SSD ever, but it lacks capacity. 280GB and 480GB drives will ship this week, but the cost will be Optane. @2017-12-04 15:00

GeForce GTX 1080 Ti At 2.5 GHz+: Overclocking On Air, Water, And LN2

Overclocking the GTX 1080 Ti Lightning Z using air, water, and of course liquid nitrogen cooling shows why MSI’s highest-performing graphics card is so hard to buy. @2017-12-03 15:00

Top 25 Cryptocurrencies By Market Cap

Here are the 25 cryptocurrencies with the biggest market capitalization. Many have similarities, but also have unique features and technologies. @2017-12-02 16:45

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Performance Review

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus marks the franchise's return, this time with MachineGames and the id Tech 6 game engine. The engine is packed with all kinds of technology, it utilizes the Vulkan API, and it promises a lot in terms of rendering quality. @2017-12-01 15:00

Vote Now For The 2017 Tom's Hardware Community Choice Awards

We're resurrecting our annual Readers' Choice awards as the Community Choice awards, so it's time for you to choose the best products of the year! @2017-12-01 09:00

Intel Z370 Motherboard Roundup

This roundup of Intel Z370 Coffee Lake motherboards pulls from our in-depth reviews, and includes recommendations for gaming, value & overall performance. @2017-12-01 03:00

Samsung PM981 NVMe SSD Review

We have Samsung's new high-performance NVMe SSD under the microscope. @2017-11-30 15:00

Intel X299 Motherboard Roundup

This roundup of Intel X299 Skylake-X & Kaby Lake-X motherboards pulls from our reviews, and includes recommendations for gaming, value & performance. @2017-11-29 20:05

Best Motherboards

Here are the best motherboards for Intel and AMD’s top processors. These boards offer great features, overclocking performance and pricing. @2017-11-29 19:35


Uber lands on BlackBerry Messenger, confusing everyone

The next time you whip out BBM, you'll be able to order an Uber from within the app -- which would be handy if anyone still used BBM. Well, it's evidently still a thing, at least in parts of Asia, the Middle East, and Africa, anyway. Elsewhere, Black... @2017-12-18 13:02

The Morning After: Monday, December 18th 2017

Monday morning arrives, and as we gear up for the pre-holiday weekend (ignoring the five days left to go), we're talking sell-out AirPods (really?), Firefox auto-installs (seriously), and we break down last week's big events in numerical style in the... @2017-12-18 12:00

Oculus Rift bundle discounted to $379 until December 20th

After permanently slashing the Rift and Touch combo price to $399/£399, Oculus is at it again. With Christmas fast approaching, the VR headset bundle is now the cheapest it's been since Black Friday, at $379/£369. (Heads up that Amazon UK... @2017-12-18 10:10

Send Santa your Christmas gift requests on Link’s WiFi kiosks

For the second year running, LinkNYC is giving you a direct line to Father Christmas. Just track down a WiFi kiosk (there's over 1,200 scattered across all five New York boroughs, so it shouldn't be hard), and use the new app on the built-in tablet t... @2017-12-18 08:10

Google Assistant on phones now offers a choice of hotwords

Google created a mild amount of confusion when it launched its Home speaker. You could say "hey, Google" to start a command with the living room device, but you still had to use the time-honored "OK, Google" on your Android phone. Needless to say,... @2017-12-18 05:11

Mueller investigation obtains thousands of Trump transition emails

Government-related emails are once again prompting a very public dispute -- albeit under very different circumstances than a year earlier. Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office has confirmed an Axios report that it obtained thousands of Trump tran... @2017-12-18 03:35

Robotic wheelchair gives you a piggyback ride

Most wheelchairs, even the most advanced ones, have conventional seats. They're basically furniture on wheels. And that creates problems. It can be hard to sit in the chair if you're getting out of bed, while you're stuck in a position that puts m... @2017-12-18 02:03

What we're watching: 'The Room,' 'Mindhunter' and 'Star Trek'

This month we're diving into the film that served as the basis for The Disaster Artist, Tommy Wiseau's The Room, as well as the Netflix series Mindhunter. Also, Cherlynn Low explains what you've been missing in Chinese imperial drama YouTube series,... @2017-12-18 00:30

Don't expect to buy AirPods as a Christmas gift

Still scrambling to find an audio gift for the holidays? You'll probably need to rule out Apple's AirPods. Both MacRumors and 9to5Mac have discovered that the Siri-enabled earbuds are out of stock at most of Apple's online and retail stores around th... @2017-12-17 23:05

Tesla discourages commercial cars from using Superchargers

Tesla's Supercharger network was originally designed to enable long-range trips and offer a viable charging option for people who can't usually top up at home or the office. They've quickly become all-purpose stations, however, which can be a pain w... @2017-12-17 21:34

Hackers shut down plant by targeting its safety system

Hackers have already attacked critical infrastructure, but now they're launching campaigns that could have dire consequences. FireEye reported that a plant of an unmentioned nature and location (other firms believe it's in the Middle East) was force... @2017-12-17 20:02

The best toaster oven

By Brendan Nystedt This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter, reviews for the real world. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work. Read the full a... @2017-12-17 18:30

After Math: When you come undone

Oh hey, what a surprise, the guy who joked just last week about how he was a "puppet FCC Chairman" in front of his former Verizon bosses just so happened to spearhead a campaign to roll back Net Neutrality protections -- something Verizon has long lo... @2017-12-17 17:00

Ben Heck's super glue gun: Designing a better enclosure

Karen and Ben break out the pencils and go back to the drawing board to redesign their super glue gun. After changing the auto stand in response to feedback from the element14 Community, the team is looking at how best to fit together the extrude... @2017-12-17 14:30

Smart display button puts GIFs on your shirt

The odds are that you've shown your support for a cause with a button on your shirt or backpack at some point in your life. But there's only so much button real estate you can offer, isn't there? That's where BEAM Authentic thinks it can save the d... @2017-12-17 10:20

Pentagon funded UFO identification program for 5 years

Recent UFO research isn't just the work of the X-Files or former pop punk stars. The New York Times has learned that the US Department of Defense quietly funded a program (Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification) designed to explain UFO reports. T... @2017-12-17 05:44

Windows 10 included password manager with huge security hole

There's a good reason why security analysts get nervous about bundled third-party software: it can introduce vulnerabilities that the companies can't control. And Microsoft, unfortunately, has learned that the hard way. Google researcher Tavis Ormand... @2017-12-17 03:40

YouTube took down FCC's 'Harlem Shake' video for 7 hours

Remember when "Harlem Shake" musician Baauer said he'd take down FCC chairman Ajit Pai's video marking (and really, trivializing) the death of net neutrality? He meant it... although his effort didn't last long. The Verge notes that Baauer's label Ma... @2017-12-17 02:08

North Korea hackers steal bitcoin by targeting currency insiders

Bitcoin values are skyrocketing, and North Korea appears to be trying to profit from that virtual gold rush. Secureworks reports that the Lazarus Group (a team linked to the North Korean government) has been conducting a spearphishing campaign agains... @2017-12-17 00:37

CDC barred from using terms like 'science-based' in budget docs

We can just imagine CDC personnel still shaking their heads after finding out that they can't use certain terms in official documents for next year's budget. According to The Washington Post, the Trump administration has prohibited the CDC from using... @2017-12-16 23:06

Google won't show news from sites that hide their country of origin

Google's ongoing quest to curb fake news now includes sites that are less than honest about their home turf. The company has updated its Google News guidelines to forbid sites that "misrepresent or conceal their country of origin" or otherwise are a... @2017-12-16 21:33

California advises against keeping your phone in your pocket

The jury is still out on whether or not cellphone radiation is bad for you, but California's Department of Public Health isn't taking any chances. The agency just issued an advisory that suggests residents should take steps to limit their exposure t... @2017-12-16 20:02

Firefox faces backlash for auto-installing 'Mr. Robot' add-on

A curious add-on called "Looking Glass" started popping up on Firefox for a number of users this past week -- even if they didn't give the browser permission to install it. Due to its nebulous nature and creepy description that only said "MY REALITY... @2017-12-16 18:35

Netflix may run Watergate series developed by George Clooney

Netflix's ability to reel in big-name stars may have just secured a very topical political drama. Sources for Hollywood Reporter and Variety have learned that George Clooney and Bridge of Spies writer Matt Charman are working on Watergate, an eight-e... @2017-12-16 17:06

The Morning After: Weekend Edition

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Welcome to the weekend. If you're still holiday shopping (or haven't started yet), then this might be a good time to mention that Amazon extended its free shipping before Christmas deadline through today. Now, f... @2017-12-16 14:00

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