Computer sweden

6 sunkiga protokoll som sinkar internet

Gamla protokoll som skapats utan hänsyn till säkerhet är en anledning till problem på internet. Här är sex protokoll som bör bytas ut. @2014-12-22 13:02

De miljonsatsar på molnforskning i Lund

Ericsson går in med ett antal miljoner i ett forskningsprojekt i Lund. Bland områdena företaget ska ägna sig åt märks molnteknologi. @2014-12-22 10:49

Jquery tokdominerar webben

Enligt en ny sökmotor är Jquery det klart dominerande biblioteket för utveckling med Javascript. Det används på fler än hälften av världens mest populära webbsidor. @2014-12-22 09:33

Fints tyska avtal ska ta Fortnox ut i världen

Det har gått trögt för Fint, bolaget som ska sprida Fortnox produkter utomlands. Nu hoppas vd Camilla Jarnemyr att ett nytt tyskt avtal och en nyemission ska vända trenden. @2014-12-22 06:05

Små steg framåt för svenska e-böcker

Dödar biblioteken marknaden för nya e-böcker om de lånas ut digitalt? Ja, det är i alla fall det skäl som gjort att förlagen hållit sina nya e-böcker ifrån biblioteken. Men när Natur & Kultur testade en annan väg överraskade resultatet. @2014-12-21 06:01

Möt superdatorn Beskow

Computer Sweden har hälsat på Nordens kraftfullaste superdator på Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan i Stockholm. Följ med in och träffa Beskow. @2014-12-20 08:59

Snygga smeknamn slaktar smittsamma sårbarheter

Sårbarheter med brett mediegenomslag åtgärdas snabbare och noggrannare än sådana med svårbegripliga namn, visar en undersökning. @2014-12-19 15:01

Xerox säljer sin it-outsourcing

Xerox är överens med Atos om att sälja sin verksamhet inom it-outsourcing till det franska konsultbolaget. Köpeskillingen uppgår till en miljard dollar. @2014-12-19 13:27

De sammanstrålar för bättre dataanalys

Forskare runt om i Sverige sluter sig samman för att utveckla området data science. Henrik Boström som är professor på Stockholms universitet var sammankallande för den första träffen nyligen. @2014-12-19 13:02

Efter Pul-kaoset – testar nytt Google Apps-avtal

Nu ska Datainspektionen kolla om Googles nya användaravtal för Google Apps klarar kraven i personuppgiftslagen. Prövningen kan bli avgörande för bland annat skolornas möjlighet att använda Googles molnprogram. @2014-12-19 09:40

Åt vilket håll rullar Volvo IT?

En intern utredning ser just nu över Volvos it-verksamhet. Ska lastbilstillverkaren fortsätta som outsourcingleverantör av it-drift eller knoppa av den verksamheten till en renodlad it-leverantör? @2014-12-19 06:04

E-tjänst för patienter kan ignoreras av vården

Nu öppnas möjligheten för patienter i Uppsala att själva kommentera i sina nätjournaler. Men vårdpersonalen behöver inte ta del av kommentarerna. Läkarna anser att det hela kräver lagregleringar så det inte finns utrymme för feltolkningar. @2014-12-18 15:57

Statens Servicecenter drar upp tempot ännu mer

Hälften av statsförvaltningen ska vara ansluten till Statens Servicecenters tjänster redan om två år. Ett nödvändigt delmål för att nå målet på full anslutning till 2019 enligt generaldirektören. @2014-12-18 15:10

Rubys skapare gör nytt språk

Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto som skapade Ruby arbetar nu med det nya programmeringsspråket Streem. Det ska bli ett funktionellt språk som ska underlätta att underlätta parallellitet. @2014-12-18 14:44

Comsol simulerar i molnet

Svenska Comsol kom i höstas med en version av simuleringsprogrammet Multiphysics som går att använda på surfplattor. Nästa steg är att göra projekten tillgängliga för bredare arbetsgrupper. @2014-12-18 14:25

"Telia gömde sig bakom tomma fraser"

En vecka efter ödleattackerna mot Telia summerar Computer Swedens Podcast bolagets insatser - och betyget blir lågt. @2014-12-18 13:42

Säkerhetsfrågorna är nu på väg in i styrelserummen

Nästa år kommer säkerheten upp på styrelsens bord, oavsett om den vill det eller inte. Mängden av intrång och attacker i år har bäddat för det. @2014-12-18 13:06

Billigare videomöten med Chromebook

Google och Avaya har inlett ett samarbete kring webbaserade konferenssystem där man använder billiga Chromedatorer i stället för dyra specialburkar. @2014-12-18 12:05

Han övertar Eniros vd-stol

Eniro utser Stefan Kercza till ny vd och koncernchef. @2014-12-18 11:44

Lågprisdisk som rymmer 8 TB

Seagate har lanserat en hårddisk på 8 TB med ett pris som är betydligt lägre jämfört med företagets snabbaste enheter. @2014-12-18 11:20

Ny teknik

Första A350 levereras

En vecka försenad levererades på måndagen det första exemplaret av Airbus A350 XWB till flygbolaget Qatar Airways. @2014-12-22 15:01

Östersjön fick nyttig saltinjektion

Östersjön fick i förra veckan ett värdefullt inflöde av saltvatten från Nordsjön, vilket ger liv åt döda bottnar. @2014-12-22 14:17

Rysk-tyskt gassamarbete stoppas

I två års tid har tyska BASF och ryska Gazprom skissat på ett närmare samarbete. Nu hoppar BASF av. @2014-12-22 12:18

Thailand rustar järnvägen

Thailand planerar att rusta upp sitt förfallna järnvägsnät och skissar på tre nya förbindelser med Bangkok. @2014-12-22 11:16

Ny legering: lätt som aluminium, stark som titan

En blandning av fem metaller ger en legering som är lätt som aluminium och starkare än dagens titanlegeringar. @2014-12-22 10:56

Lätt att överlista flygplatskontroll

Att smuggla med sig vapen eller andra förbjudna föremål in förbi säkerhetskontrollerna på Frankfurts flygplats kan vara lättare än vad man tror, är den oroande slutsats EU-utredare dragit. @2014-12-22 10:26

Danska forskare: Vindsnurror sänker huspriser

Att bo granne med en vindsnurra sänker priset på ens egendom. Det hävdar danska forskare. @2014-12-22 09:34

Studenter får bidrag för öppen källkod

Studenter kan få ett nytt ekonomiskt bidrag om de skriver och laddar upp öppen källkod. Bidraget kommer från en nystartad fond i Skåne. @2014-12-22 08:00

Sveriges krigsfartyg höll inte måttet

TEKNIKHISTORIA. Efter det andra världskrigets slut hade Sverige Östersjöns starkaste flotta. Men en del av fartygen var gamla och motsvarade inte kraven som man förstod skulle gälla när världen ställdes inför ett nytt krig – det kalla kriget och risken för kärnvapeninsatser. @2014-12-22 07:00

Fler vill byta lön mot semester

Allt fler statsanställda byter bort lön mot mer semester. Och kvinnorna går i bräschen. ”Jag bytte till mig så många semesterdagar jag bara fick”, säger civilingenjören Eva Häll på Luftfartsverket. @2014-12-22 06:37

En tröst i mörkret

Ett uppkopplat liv, blir ett varmare och lyckligare liv, tror Helen Ahlbom, som snöat in på uppkopplade prylar. @2014-12-22 06:30

Förnybara kraftslag slöseri med resurser

DEBATT. Tips till en kommande energikommission: Det handlar inte om att välja mellan vindkraft och kärnkraft utom om hur hela energisystemet ska se ut. Det behövs åtgärder som förbättrar utnyttjandet inte nyinvesteringar som sänker det. Högt resursutnyttjande räddar både miljö och pengar, anser Lars Blomqvist, Svensk Elbrukarförening. @2014-12-21 06:30

Tävla med Göran Grimvall och Ny Teknik i jul

MINIPROBLEMET. Knäcker du professor Göran Grimvalls julnöt så är du inte bara jäkligt vass – du har chansen till ett fint pris också! @2014-12-20 07:00

Digital knivstöld polisanmäld

Den 14-årige pojken lånade ut sin stridskniv till en medspelare, men fick aldrig tillbaka den. Nu har händelsen, som utspelade sig online i datorspelet Counterstrike, polisanmälts, rapporterar Sydöstran. @2014-12-19 17:16

Strömmande video ur backspegeln

Cadillac lanserar nästa år backspeglar som visar strömmande video av vad som händer bakom bilen. @2014-12-19 16:59

PTS fortsätter mätning runt Rosenbad

PTS har inte hittat några avvikelser i radiomiljön runt Rosenbad. ”Men vi kommer att göra om testkörningarna”, säger Jonas Wessel, på PTS. @2014-12-19 16:26

Ny säkrare 20-eurosedel

Den 24 februari 2015 visar Europeiska centralbanken upp en 20-eurosedel som ska vara svårare att förfalska. @2014-12-19 16:18

”Bråttom att muta in Prylarnas internet”

DEBATT. Internet of Things skapar förutsättningar för helt nya företag och affärsmodeller. Sverige har mycket goda förutsättningar att vara i framkant. Men det är bråttom att bygga ett starkt ekosystem. Om två år är det för sent, skriver Staffan Truvé, Magnus Melander och Niklas Andersson. @2014-12-19 15:30

Race ger elbilen ett operativsystem

Elbilen som har ett enda operativsystem för alla funktioner har sett dagens ljus. Operativsystemet kallas Race. @2014-12-19 15:05

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Toms hardware

BestConfigs Poll Results: Your Winning Builds

Have you ever come up with your own idea for a killer rig? Don't forget to tell us about it on the Tom's Hardware forums. The following ten setups were configured by forum members and chosen as winners in the Q2 2014 BestConfigs Poll. @2014-12-22 09:00

Let's Take A Trip Inside Budget Power Bars, Part Two

In part two of our power bar round-up we look at offerings from Kensington, Belkin and a mystery vendor. Have we found a surge protector we're happy with yet? Read our in-depth tear-down for more on the answer. @2014-12-21 09:00

Corsair HX750i 80 PLUS Platinum PSU Review

When enthusiasts talk about high-efficiency power supplies, they're often referring to PSUs with big output ratings. We wanted to round up a handful of more mainstream units with claimed 80 PLUS Platinum certs to compare. First up: Corsair's HX750i. @2014-12-19 21:30

Tom’s Hardware’s (Impractical) 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

New technology is often expensive, and some products just aren't practical to give as gifts. But that doesn't mean we covet them any less. What follows is a decadent collection of ideas if money really were no object. @2014-12-19 09:30

Noctua NH-L12 Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

Noctua has a reputation for high quality and performance to match. Not surprisingly, then, its NH-L12 shows up as the priciest product in our low-profile heat sink series. Aside from its thorough accessory bundle, does spending extra on this sink pay off? @2014-12-18 21:00

Adata XPG V1 2400 Vs. Crucial DDR4-2133: DDR4 At 32GB

Are high-capacity memory modules harder to overclock? Adata’s DDR4-2400 kit battles Crucial’s standard DDR4-2133 for bandwidth, overclocking and value. @2014-12-17 09:00

Best Computer Monitors: December 2014

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. @2014-12-16 09:00

Best SSDs For The Money: December 2014

This month brings a long overdue update to our best SSD list. We say goodbye to older 64GB-class models, portable drives and USB keys, cut down our number of picks, and implemented a far more concise article format that focuses on internal SATA SSDs. @2014-12-15 09:00

Best Motherboards: December 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. @2014-12-14 09:00

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: December 2014

Are you buying a new CPU for your gaming PC this holiday season? We discuss recent price moves to ensure that you choose the best complement for your graphics card. @2014-12-11 18:00

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: December 2014

AMD releases its Catalyst Omega driver in time for the holiday season, adding impressive new functionality that matches some of what the competition does. This time of year always has an effect on pricing, so read up on the market changes inside! @2014-12-11 06:00

Phanteks PH-TC90LS Mini-ITX Cooler Review

It takes more than good looks to stand out in the crowded mini-ITX heat sink market. Phanteks' PH-TC90LS looks the part with its simple, white paint job. We also like its price. But mediocre cooling performance barely beats Intel's own bundled cooler. @2014-12-10 10:20

Face-Off: The Kraken X61, Reserator 3 Max Dual, And NH-D15

Compact liquid vs. big air gets even bigger as companies attempt to cope with higher CPU core counts. We pit our biggest air-cooling sample against two equally massive liquid coolers to see who has the best cooling, lowest noise and greatest value. @2014-12-09 09:00

How Realistic Is Multi-Monitor Gaming On A Budget?

Is a triple-monitor Eyefinity or Surround gaming rig just a toy for the rich, or can it be achieved using parts purchased on a shoestring budget? We test one affordable Radeon and one efficient GeForce to better answer that question. @2014-12-08 10:20

XFX Radeon R9 285 Black Edition Review: Maximum Overdrive

XFX boasts the highest factory-overclocked GPU overclock in its Radeon R9 285 Black Edition. But is there more to this card than just impressive specifications? Find out inside! @2014-12-05 09:00

ASRock X99M Extreme4 And Fatal1ty X99M Killer Review

ASRock is ready to take on EVGA in the battle for enthusiast-oriented microATX motherboards. Can the company best known for value conquer its gaming-centric competitor in overclocking and features, or will this be a pure pricing play? @2014-12-04 09:00

Philips 288P6LJEB 28-Inch Ultra HD Monitor Review

We're hard at work reviewing every 4K screen we can get our hands on so that you know which one is best. With our evaluation of Philips' 288P6LJEB, only one available monitor remains. How does this 28" Ultra HD display size up to its competition? @2014-12-02 09:00

In Pictures: 40 Unusual Computer Case Mods

Taking a look at other enthusiasts' case modding work is always fun, so we collected 40 pictures of the more unusual variety for your viewing pleasure. @2014-12-01 09:00

Tom’s Hardware’s (Practical) 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

Get a jump on your holiday shopping (or personal wish list) with this collection of gift ideas from Tom’s Hardware’s staff and contributors. @2014-11-30 09:00

OnePlus One Review

The OnePlus One has an off-contract price starting at only $299, but don’t call this smartphone cheap. Hiding behind the OnePlus One’s 5.5-inch HD screen is some high-end hardware. @2014-11-26 09:00

Zotac GeForce GTX 980 AMP! Omega Edition Review: The Big Gun

Zotac's GeForce GTX 980 AMP! Omega edition boasts a large aftermarket cooling solution enabling an aggressive factory overclock. How does the board perform right out of its box? How about after we try to push it even harder? @2014-11-25 09:00

Prolimatech Samuel 17 Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

Prolimatech doesn't include a fan with its Samuel 17 heat sink. It's on you to find your own, and almost any 12cm cooler will do. But at $45 on its own, can the Samuel 17 overcome a lofty price tag with correspondingly impressive performance? @2014-11-24 21:00

Let's Take a Trip Inside Low-Cost Power Bars, Part One

You wouldn't think that one inexpensive power bar could be better than its competition, but we're rounding up several and putting them under a microscope to determine a winner. At the very least, we'll help you avoid the most obvious losers. @2014-11-23 09:00

Planar IX2850 28-Inch Ultra HD Monitor Review: Affordable 4K

Thanks to a new 28-inch TN panel part, inexpensive Ultra HD screens are practically falling out of the sky at this point. Buying one is a great way to increase your desktop's resolution for well under $1000. Today we check out Planar’s IX2850 in our lab. @2014-11-22 09:00

Scythe Kozuti Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

In our continuing coverage of low-profile cooling solutions for mini-ITX builds, we take a look at the Scythe Kozuti and its unconventional design. Does pulling air through heat sink fins facilitate better performance than blowing it through? @2014-11-21 21:00

The Basics Of Building Safe, Reliable And Quiet Power Supplies

What goes into the construction of a modern computer power supply? We already know what the finished products look like, since we test and compare them regularly. Still, our forums are full of unanswered questions. @2014-11-20 09:00

Noctua NH-L9i Mini-ITX CPU Heat Sink Review

Today we take a look at Noctua's NH-L9i Mini-ITX air cooler, which promises high-end cooling in a compact design that's under two inches tall. @2014-11-19 21:00

Apple iPhone 6 And iPhone 6 Plus Review

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are bigger and better than ever, but are they a worthy upgrade for existing iPhone users? What if you previously passed over the iPhone because of its small screen, does it now merit a second look? @2014-11-13 11:00

The Math Behind GPU Power Consumption And PSUs

Garbage in, garbage out. That's what you get if you don't spend enough time planning and testing your benchmarking methodologies. It's easy to fall victim to this golden rule, since proper preparation requires a lot of effort. We put in the time for you. @2014-11-12 10:00

The Myths Of Graphics Card Performance: Debunked, Part 2

We've already covered the basics of graphics memory, noise-adjusted performance, input lag and the impact of v-sync. Now we're moving on to PCI Express, displays, vendor-specific technologies and value for your dollar. Join us for another technical talk. @2014-11-11 09:00

Engadget

This beer tells you how much to drink to boost your creativity

When you've been stuck on a problem or that creative spark just won't come, the chances are you've turned to a cup of coffee to get things moving. A quick java infusion can certainly help, but studies also suggest that alcohol can also have a positiv... @2014-12-22 14:45

The FCC gets to work on letting internet TV compete with cable

It's far from a done deal, but the FCC has taken a step towards putting internet TV service on a par with cable and satellite. On Friday it announced the adoption of a proposal (previously floated by chairman Tom Wheeler) that would give TV providers... @2014-12-22 13:31

NASA wants to build airship cities in the Venus sky

Since Venus is closer to Earth than Mars -- both in size and distance -- it would be a much more convenient candidate for manned exploration. There's just a slight hitch: the average temperature is 850 degrees F, and the atmosphere is 90 times denser... @2014-12-22 12:28

The Big Picture: Building an electric 'armored' car out of wood

If you think the coffee table you've been building in your spare time is pretty sweet, just wait until you get a load of what Liu Fulong has been making. The Shengyang, China resident recently finished his own electric armored car after four months o... @2014-12-22 11:04

Lens-free microscope lets almost anyone spot cancer

High-powered microscopes are useful for spotting cancer and other diseases in cells, but they're expensive and complicated. Your local physicians probably won't have a microscope on hand, and you'll probably need at least some skill to use one. Howev... @2014-12-22 08:55

Quantum physics theory is easier to understand than you think

Wrapping your head around quantum physics is tricky, no matter how well-educated you are -- if it were easy, there wouldn't be problems making quantum computers. However, researchers at the National University of Singapore believe they've found a way... @2014-12-22 06:47

How would you change Acer's Iconia W3 tablet?

If you want to judge a gadget on its true strengths, stick several in a room full of Engadget editors and see which one they swarm around. For that alone, Acer's Iconia W3 was a winner as soon as the eight-inch full-Windows tablet arrived in the offi... @2014-12-22 04:36

The Big Picture: Monitoring the brains of online game addicts

Online game addiction is a real problem, and some countries are willing to take drastic measures to get these players living a healthier lifestyle. Need proof? Just look up. Photographer Fernando Moleres recently visited an internet gaming rehab camp... @2014-12-22 02:38

Snapchat alternatives (and their users) vanish from Windows Phone

Snapchat warned that it was clamping down on third-party apps to prevent sketchier examples from compromising your security, and it appears to be making good on its word -- much to the chagrin of Windows Phone users, who haven't had an official Snapc... @2014-12-22 00:34

Watch the first steps of a robot inspired by stick bugs

They grow up so fast, don't they? It was just a few years ago that HECTOR the stick bug robot was little more than a twinkle in Bielefeld University's eye, and it's already taking its first steps. Okay, so this isn't quite a tear-jerking moment, but ... @2014-12-21 22:23

Samsung's super-wide curved monitor makes your PC extra trendy

If both ultra-widescreen and curved computer monitors are all the rage these days, then Samsung's new SE790C display is supremely fashionable. The 34-inch, 3,440 x 1,440 LCD has both a super-wide 21:9 aspect ratio and a gentle arc, combining two tren... @2014-12-21 20:18

Obama doesn't believe the Sony hack was an act of war

If you were worried that the US government would see the Sony Pictures hack as grievous enough to prompt a larger conflict with North Korea, you can relax. President Obama tells CNN that he doesn't see the digital assault as an "act of war" -- it was... @2014-12-21 18:07

Inhabitat's Week in Green: terra-cotta heaters, edible snow globes and 3D-printed dog legs

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. In a big win for the environment, New York just became the first state in the country to ban hydraulic fr... @2014-12-21 16:00

Bitcoin exec to spend two years behind bars for Silk Road transactions

Charlie Shrem, former Bitcoin Foundation board member and CEO of the now-defunct exchange BitInstant, has been sentenced to two years in prison for helping Silk Road users anonymously swap cash for digital currency. Silk Road, as you know, was the on... @2014-12-21 12:02

Dish Network's latest squabble turns off Fox News, Business channels

Stop us if you've heard this one before: Dish Network is without a couple of channels tonight because it couldn't reach a deal with major media company. After Turner and CBS, this time it's Fox. The dispute between the two is only affecting the Fox N... @2014-12-21 07:55

Judge says police can create fake Instagram accounts to see photos

Many would argue that cops cross the line when they impersonate people on social networks to catch suspects, but that doesn't mean that fake accounts are always off the table. In a recent opinion, New Jersey district judge William Martini contends th... @2014-12-21 06:29

The future of VR, how the NFL uses the Surface Pro 2 and other stories you might've missed this week

It's been a busy week, folks: We spoke with Seahawks quarterback Russel Wilson about how the NFL uses the Surface Pro 2, interviewed RuPaul about "gaymers," learned that North Korea was the source of the Sony Pictures hack, and more. So sit back, rel... @2014-12-21 04:26

The US wants China's help blocking North Korean hackers

Apparently, the US is willing to recruit any ally it can get in its digital battles -- including countries that are frequently its adversaries. Sources for both the Associated Press and the New York Times claim that American officials have asked Chin... @2014-12-21 01:57

Google+ can automatically 'enhance' your mobile video recordings

Google's no stranger to tweaking your photos automagically, and now it's extending that expertise to video. By using Google+ and its auto-backup system for your media, Mountain View says it can adjust the lighting, color, stability and, soon enough, ... @2014-12-20 23:58

Evernote now adds context to your memos on Android and Windows

Evernote's bringing Context, one of its more interesting announcements during its fourth conference in October, to Android and Windows. This feature, which was first made available to iOS and Mac users in November, pulls content (based on what you're... @2014-12-20 21:41

Here's what astronauts aboard Orion will see during re-entry

Most of us will never be astronauts -- sorry to break it to ya -- but we can at least pretend to be aboard the Orion capsule with this video (below the fold), courtesy of NASA. Orion's camera captured 10 minutes of footage from the time it started bl... @2014-12-20 19:31

Chromebooks are getting always-on 'OK, Google' voice search

Google is ready to up the level of Chromebook voice control, judging by a new, experimental release. According to François Beaufort, you can now say "OK, Google" to activate voice search on your Chrome OS notebook anytime the screen is on and unlocke... @2014-12-20 17:33

Recommended Reading: The life and death of 'The Colbert Report'

Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Some weeks, you'll also find short reviews of books that we think are worth your time. We hope you enjoy the read. Stephen Colbert Is Dead. ... @2014-12-20 15:30

Google lawsuit forces MPAA-backed attorney general to retreat

Remember that post Google put up this week that accused the MPAA of trying to resurrect the spirit of SOPA with the help of state prosecutors (that included evidence based on some of Sony Pictures' leaked emails)? It just turned into a lawsuit -- and... @2014-12-20 14:20

Volvo's bike helmet concept alerts riders and drivers to each other

You know what will go perfectly with those futuristic rocket-powered, heartrate-monitoring bikes? This smart helmet that Volvo wants to create. It's a two-way system that works by uploading both cyclists' and drivers' locations to Volvo's cloud. Whil... @2014-12-20 12:14

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