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Of the many frustrations of having a severe motor impairment, the difficulty of communicating must surely be among the worst. The tech world has not offered much succor to those affected by things like locked-in syndrome, ALS, and severe strokes, but startup Cognixion aims to with a novel form of brain monitoring that, combined with […]
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Once upon a time, a word processor was little more than a blank canvas for your finger-transmitted musings: You'd open up the program, type whatever you wanted — and, well, that was pretty much it.These days, dealing with documents has practically become an art. And even though Google Docs is among the more approachable options out there (paging Microsoft Office Ribbon...), the service has grown surprisingly multilayered as of late.For the most part, that's a good thing. Docs is still generally quite easy to use, and it packs more than enough punch for most common word processing purposes. But sometimes, the layers of complexity can lead to cloud-sized headaches that are anything but light and fluffy.To read this article in full, please click here
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Boris Johnson will be the final judge of any investigation into whether he has breached the ministerial code, Downing Street has confirmed. The prime minister faces claims he broke official rules over the funding of his Downing Street flat refurbishment.The elections watchdog launched its own probe on Wednesday after No.10 refused to say whether Johnson sought an initial loan from the Conservative Party to cover renovations to his residence in No. 11, which he shares with partner Carrie Symonds and their baby son Wilfred. Amid mounting allegations of “Tory sleaze”, including texts Johnson exchanged with billionaire businessman James Dyson about tax policy, the PM this week appointed Lord Geidt as the government’s new independent adviser on ministerial interests.The post had been vacant since Alex Allan resigned after Johnson chose not to sack home secretary Priti Patel after a civil service probe found her guilty of bullying. But Geidt will have no power to launch investigations into Johnson’s top team and the PM will remain as the “ultimate arbiter” of whether he or any other minister has breached the ministerial code. The code governs ministers’ conduct and Geidt is expected to produce an annual report on their personal and financial interests, to ensure proper standards are upheld. The prime minister’s official spokesman said Johnson is retaining control of the process as he has concerns an independent adviser with powers to launch probes could be drawn into an investigation with “trivial or vexatious complaints”.“So he will remain the ultimate arbiter of this,” he said.Asked if that means the prime minister could reject any findings on himself, the spokesman said: “The prime minister will remain the ultimate arbiter of this, yep.”Pressed further on whether Johnson could overrule Geidt on any sanctions he recommended for ministers if they fell foul of the code, the spokesman said: “The prime minister, as has always been the case, remains the ultimate arbiter of the code and draws conclusions from it. That rightly remains with the prime minister.” It comes as the Electoral Commission launched an investigation into the £200,000 flat makeover on Wednesday, saying in a statement it was satisfied that “there are reasonable grounds to suspect that an offence or offences may have occurred”.Prime ministers get a budget of up to £30,000 per year to renovate their residency at Downing Street, but reports have suggested Johnson has spent up to £200,000.Former aide Dominic Cummings accused him of wanting Tory donors to “secretly pay” for the renovations in a “possibly illegal” move.A No.10 spokesperson has said that the costs “have been met by the prime minister personally” and that party funds “are not being used for this”.Downing Street has said Johnson will be “happy to assist” if the Electoral Commission asks for any information from him during its investigation.Asked if Johnson is willing to be questioned in person, the PM’s spokesperson: “This is a matter for the Conservative Party as a political party and CCHQ have said they will continue to work constructively with the Electoral Commission on this matter.“They will provide all necessary information to assist the commission.“The prime minister hasn’t been asked for any information but he and the government will of course be happy to assist if asked.”Labour leader Keir Starmer pressed Johnson over the flat claims in the Commons on Wednesday. Johnson has continued to insist he has paid for it personally, but refused to make clear whether he had been offered a loan from a donor. Starmer said: “Who initially – and prime minister, initially is the key word here – who initially paid for the redecoration of his Downing Street flat?”Johnson replied: “As for the latest stuff that he is bringing up, he should know that I have paid for Downing Street refurbishment personally.“And I contrast it … any further declaration that I have to make, if any, I will be advised upon by (the independent adviser on ministers’ interests) Lord Geidt.” Related...Boris Johnson Can't Be Expected To 'Live In A Skip', Says Sarah VineElection Watchdog To Investigate Boris Johnson's Downing Street Flat Refurb
Today, Xiaomi officially the Redmi K40 gaming version. This smartphone is the maiden gaming device from the Chinese manufacturer. This smartphone comes with a Dimensity ...
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Razer’s new $69.99 Orochi V2 is a wireless gaming mouse that promises extremely long battery life. It can apparently last up to 950 hours on a single AA battery when it’s in Bluetooth mode or up to 425 hours if you toggle its wireless switch to use the 2.4GHz Hyperspeed mode that can deliver lower-latency performance.
Alternatively, you can use an AAA battery for a slightly lighter weight. Razer says you’ll get approximately a third of the longevity this way compared to an AA battery. Still, it’s nice that either size of battery can power this mouse for many, many hours. Razer includes a USB-A dongle near the battery slots, which is accessible by lifting up on the mouse’s magnetically attached shell.
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Tesla hiked the price of its Solar Roof for customers awaiting installation by up to 70%. On Monday, Musk said it had made "significant mistakes."
PE funds typically have a runway of about seven years before looking to exit an investment, and the Mphasis investment is already about five years old. By transferring the stake to another Blackstone fund, the PE firm is buying itself a lot of time to sell its stake in Mphasis
Looking at the kernel’s staging area, Torvalds doesn’t expect the next release to be a small one.
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Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, will be hosting Saturday Night Live on May 8th, the official SNL account tweeted Saturday. The musical guest will be Miley Cyrus. Musk is known for his— how shall we put this — quirky sense of humor on Twitter, his preferred method of social media communication, but it’s not totally clear whether he’s actually funny enough to sustain a 90-minute hosting gig on the late-night comedy show.
pic.twitter.com/WyTGhSsSVg— Saturday Night Live - SNL (@nbcsnl) April 24, 2021
Musk has made many notable media appearances over the years— there was that time he smoked weed on Joe Rogan’s podcast, and he had a cameo in Iron Man 2 (he even had a line for his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe). He also...