What do you do if you were in the public beta? You shouldn't have to do anything special if you've been testing Android 11 on a Pixel phone through Google's public beta program. Once the update is available for your phone, you'll update to the official version of Android 11 and "graduate" from the beta program. … [Read more...] about Android 11: You can install Google’s new OS on these phones today. Here’s how
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PUBG Mobile has been removed from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. The popular battle royale game was pulled from the App Store late night on Thursday and from the Google Play Store on Friday morning following a directive by the Indian government. This means that you will not be able to install PUBG Mobile on your iOS or Android device. … [Read more...] about PUBG removed from App Store and Google Play Store following ban in India
Alphabet Inc's Google said it was tackling unlawful discrimination by barring housing, employment and credit ads from being targeted to its users based on their postal code, gender, age, parental status or marital status. The new policy, which will take effect by the end of the year in the United States and Canada, comes more than a year after the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) charged Facebook Inc for selling discriminatory housing ads and said it was looking into similar concerns about Google and Twitter Inc. Google and Facebook together account for just over half of internet ad sales globally, making their policy actions influential in the industry. U.S. protests following the death of George Floyd, an African American man who died in police custody in Minneapolis, have placed a spotlight on racial inequities, including the challenges black people face in finding jobs and housing. But Google said its new policy was not a reaction to the protests. "We … [Read more...] about Google’s new rules clamp down on discriminatory housing, job ads
As the cheaper variant of the Pixel 4, the Pixel 4A lacks some of the features included on its flagship counterpart, such as a secondary telephoto camera, wireless charging and water resistance. It does have something the Pixel 4 does not, however -- a headphone jack. Indeed, wired headphone users can rejoice as the Pixel 4A still has the beloved 3.5 mm audio port. … [Read more...] about Pixel 4A: Yes, Google’s new phone still has a headphone jack