LG HBS-FN7 – “The roaring base is not really there”

LG HBS-FN7 is here. A pair of wireless in-ears that offer clear sound and bactericidal technology, writes Viktor Krylmark who has tested them. LG has just released a pair of new wireless in-ears, the Tone Free HBS-FN7. They come in a high-gloss, white charging box. The headphones are also white, and somewhat reminiscent of Apple’s […]

For SEK 70 per hour, the car drives itself

Now the vehicle giant wants to charge for every hour that the driver uses the car’s self-driving technology. How much would you be prepared to pay for all those benefits to your car? While Tesla charges to activate autonomous driving as a permanent feature, Volkswagen wants to charge per hour. Seven euros for 60 minutes […]

Now Volvo and Polestar owners get a discount at Ionity

An agreement that means that fast charging for long journeys will be cheaper. Through the collaboration with Plugsurfing, those who drive an XC40 Or Poelstar 2 will this summer be able to halve their costs at an Ionity station. For those who drive an electric car on long journeys, it is important to be aware. […]

They can extract lithium for batteries from seawater

In Saudi Arabia, researchers have developed a cell and membrane that extract lithium ions from seawater. The collected material is said to be clean enough to be used by the battery industry. The supply of lithium is limited and the high price of the raw material is a factor behind the search for a cheaper […]

Break the myths – that’s Klarna’s coder

Geeky interests, Silicon Valley complexes and clothes bought by mom – these are some of the prejudices Kim Öberg from Klarna has to answer in Engineering prejudices. Few professions probably have as much prejudice against them as coders, but what is really true? The journalist, and perhaps Sweden’s best prejudice maker, Emil Persson wants to […]

Swedish scientists reveal the meteorite’s surprising property

The Luleå researchers’ measurements with a thermal camera show that Ryugu is an extremely porous asteroid. Now the research must rethink. “This has significant consequences for science,” says Axel Hagermann at LTU. After successful landings on Ryugu, Hayabusa-2 passed Earth in 2020. The Japanese satellite then dropped a probe with the dust that had been […]

“Looking at the data in detail”

Is the internet giant Facebook violating EU competition rules through its use of advertising data? The European Commission now wants to find out when initiating a formal investigation of the company. “We will look in detail at whether this information gives Facebook an unfair competitive advantage, especially when it comes to the online advertising sector, […]