Coronavirus: Testing will 'unlock puzzle', PM says
BA expected to suspend 36,000 staff
Coronavirus: more health myths to ignore
Coronavirus: Expert panel to assess face mask use by public
Coronavirus: Up to 3,000 armed forces reservists to aid military response
Coronavirus: US death toll exceeds 5,000
Coronavirus: Oil prices rise on hopes of a price war truce
Coronavirus: 'I was left gasping for air'
Coronavirus: How China's using surveillance to tackle outbreak
Coronavirus: Nearly a million universal credit claims in past two weeks
Coronavirus: Should the UK use drones to disinfect public spaces?
Coronavirus: Big Issue sellers struggle for cash in lockdown

The Inquirer
Headlines offline
Well, 2019 finished with Intel as king of the chip world, Broadcom doing OK, everyone else shrinking. Good thing 2020's looking up, eh?
Vietnam bans posting fake news online
VMware seeks new Australian MD as Alister Dias departs for Asian role
Japanese airline ANA spins out telepresence-bot startup for virus-avoiding medicos and fearful tourists
Amazon says it fired a guy for breaking pandemic rules. Same guy who organized a staff protest over a lack of coronavirus protection
Microsoft finds itself in odd position of sparing elderly, insecure protocols: Grants stay of execution to TLS 1.0, 1.1
For the past five years, every FBI secret spy court request to snoop on Americans has sucked, says watchdog
Access Analysis, GuardDuty and Inspector gadgets not enough? Here comes another AI-driven security tool for AWS
Microsoft's PowerToys suite sprouts four new playthings with a final March emission
Cloudflare family-friendly DNS service flubs first filtering foray: Vital LGBTQ, sex-ed sites blocked 'by mistake'
Cyberscum target Microsoft SQL Server boxen – and some careless sysadmins were reinfected after cleaning it out
Who you gonna call? Google Cloud Platform's beta Service Directory is like a phone book for microservice discovery
Swift on Mac OS 9
Microsoft Edge is becoming the browser you didn’t know you needed
Rethinking OpenBSD security
Honda bucks industry trend by removing touchscreen controls
GNOME’s Mutter working on variable refresh rate support
Ryzen 4000 review: AMD’s 7nm Ryzen 9 offers game-changing performance for laptops
Linux 5.6 released with WireGuard
Control Panel isn’t dead yet – but the System applet is looking nervous
Amiga machine code course
Dumping MiniDisc media
The exFAT filesystem is coming to Linux – Paragon software’s not happy about it
AMD uses DMCA to mitigate massive GPU source code leak
Mounting and mapping shares between Windows and Linux with Samba
Running a quick NMAP scan to inventory my network
How To Make Linux System To Run Faster On Intel CPUs
Obarun - An Arch Based Linux Distro Without Systemd
Easily Load, Unload And Blacklist Kernel Modules With kmon (TUI)
Pixelorama - Open Source Editor for Pixel Art
Rambox is an All-in-one Messenger for Linux
Canonical Doubles Down on Raspberry Pi Support, Promises New Tools and Services
What is umask in Linux?

Ars Technica
No joke: Rick and Morty has a new trailer; second half of S4 will air May 3
Study looks at how Russian troll farms are politicizing vaccines
Modern meteorology was born 60 years ago today
Levandowski says Uber must pay his $179 million judgment to Google
Frontier prepares for bankruptcy, regrets failure to install enough fiber
This is the Volkswagen e-BULLI, an official electric bus restomod
BBC’s 1957 April Fool’s “spaghetti-tree hoax” is more relevant than ever
FCC requires anti-robocall tech after “voluntary” plan didn’t work out [Updated]
Attackers can use Zoom to steal users’ Windows credentials with no warning
Microsoft announces Microsoft 365, a service to replace personal Office 365
2020 Moto G goes up for pre-order today, $250 for a 5000mAh battery
Goodbye, John Legere: CEO leaves as T-Mobile completes Sprint merger
What is your current RISC OS setup? (Alan Adams)
Episode VI - Return of the JFPatch
What is the February RISC OS Iris browser release like?
What is your current RISC OS setup? (Ed Smale)
What is your current RISC OS setup? (Mark Stephens)
March News round-up
RIP Jim Nagel - Computer Shopper to Archive
Wakefield show postponed due to COVID-19
Moving to RPCEmu for RISC OS on my Mac
RISC OS interview with qUE