Apple will reportedly release iPad keyboard with a built-in trackpad this year – CNET

It’ll be available at the same time as the new iPad Pro, according to The Information. …read more Source:: CNet


New Windows 10 update: Microsoft tries again to fix Search bugs

Microsoft has released a non-security cumulative Windows 10 update to fix Windows Search and printing glitches. …read more Source:: ZDNet


2020 Geneva Motor Show canceled amid coronavirus concerns – Roadshow

The Swiss government has banned events of 1,000 people or more. …read more Source:: CNet


Death and taxis: Windows has had enough of clinging to a cab rooftop in the London rain

May we present the BSOD on Wheels Bork!Bork!Bork! Welcome to another instalment in The Register’s irregular look at tech behaving badly in public. Today we present Bork on Wheels.… …read more Source:: TheRegister


‘GTA Online’ Gets Competitive F1 Racing Today

An anonymous reader shares a report: Rockstar refuses to let GTA Online die, and why would it when it’s one of the company’s biggest moneymakers? If you haven’t played GTA 5’s online component in a while, today’s update may convince you to step back into the world of San Andreas. Rockstar is adding a new…


Quantum compute boffins called up to get national UK centre organised for some NISQy business

Interim managers ready to go. £93m budget locked and loaded. No lets not talk about the size of the US National Quantum Initiative Program An interim management team for the National Quantum Computing Centre (NQQC) has been named with responsibility to get the centre built and sketch out its priorities.… …read more Source:: TheRegister


Sure, check through my background records… but why are you looking at my record collection?

Where do I see myself in five years’ time? On parole with a bit of luck Something for the Weekend, Sir? We all have something to hide. But as I hinted last week, probably the worst way to keep it hidden is by uploading a video of it to social media.… …read more Source:: TheRegister


A Tetris To Be Proud Of, With Only A Nano

Tetris may have first arrived in the West on machines such as the PC and Amiga, but its genesis at the hands of [Alexey Pajitnov] was on an Electronika 60, a Soviet clone of an early-1970s DEC PDP-11. Thus those tumbling blocks are hardly demanding in terms of processor power, and a game can be…


I heard somebody say: Burn baby, burn – server inferno!

The heat was on, risin’ to the top / Everybody’s goin’ strong, and that’s when the SPARC got hot On Call Welcome to On Call, The Register’s weekly dip into the big bag of woe unleashed by users on those responsible for picking up the telephone.… …read more Source:: TheRegister


Amazon Transcribe Can Now Automatically Redact Personally Identifiable Data

Amazon is adding a new privacy-focused feature to its business transcription service, one that automatically redacts personally identifiable information (PII), such as names, social security numbers, and credit card credentials. From a report: Amazon Transcribe is part of Amazon’s AWS cloud unit and was launched in general availability in 2018. An automatic speech recognition (ASR)…