The latest version of Google's mobile operating system Android 11 is not rolling out to Pixel smartphones in India. According to a report in Android Central, the Android 11 stable update is now available for all Pixels, but the OTA (over the air) update is not available in India at this moment. As per the report, "Google's OTA images page has download links for the Android 11 stable builds for all Pixels, and the version notes suggest the build is available for all carriers except IN (India)." Incidentally, the Android 11 build for the company's latest smartphone Pixel 4a is not available for EMEA, Singapore and India as the phone is still to launch in these markets. However, the OTA images for all other Pixels state that the update is not available in India. In a statement to Android Central, Google spokesperson confirmed that the company is working to bring Android 11 update to Pixel users in India. "We're working on making sure the Android 11 update is compatible with Indian … [Read more...] about Google’s biggest Android update of 2020 is not rolling out in India yet
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"You invite conflict when there's weakness, and I believe you deter conflict when there is strength, and that is the path we're on," Shaw said. Taking this approach "will lead us, I believe, to a more strategically stable situation that deters conflict in space," he added. … [Read more...] about Countries around the world want a Space Force — but why?
French game developer Ubisoft has announced the first ever Rainbow Six World Cup, a new and independent layer of competitions featuring the best national teams from 45 countries and regions across the world in Summer 2021. This would be the first world cup ever in the history of Rainbow Six Esports. International athlete Tony Parker will be the ambassador for the Rainbow Six World Cup. For the first time in Rainbow Six Esports history, players from 45 countries and regions across the world will compete for the trophy. The competition starts with the Qualifiers. Out of the 45 countries and regions, 14 will get direct invites to the Final Stage without having to go through the Qualifiers. The other 31 countries will have to go through online qualifiers for one of the 6 remaining slots. Finally, a total of 20 teams will be ready to battle it out in the final stage. The 5 online qualifiers will be held at the beginning of next year. To select the national teams, a two-step process has … [Read more...] about Ubisoft announces first-ever Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six World Cup
The World Photography Organisation has started taking submissions for the 14th edition of the Sony World Photography Awards starting July 1, 2020. The organisation has also introduced new categories and added application features for the awards this year. Participation in Sony World Photography Awards is totally free and participants for the first time this year can register themselves in the competition using their Facebook, Weibo or Google accounts and upload images via Instagram. The World Photography Awards include a total of four competitions -- Professional, Open, Youth and Student. Photographers worldwide are invited to submit to the Awards’ four competitions: Professional, outstanding bodies of work between 5-10 images across ten categories; Open, world’s best single images across ten categories, Youth, for emerging talent aged 12-19, and Student, for photography students across the globe. The National Awards program will also reward local photographic talent. … [Read more...] about Sony World Photography Awards submission dates announced, introduces new categories
Globally, well-being remained steady between 2009 and 2010, Gallup reported. In Europe, the median percentage of thriving people was 25 percent in 2009 and 28 percent in 2010. In the Americas, 42 percent were thriving in 2009 compared with 39 percent in 2010. Ten percent of people in Africa were thriving in 2009 and 9 percent were thriving in 2010. In Asia, 18 percent were thriving in both years. … [Read more...] about Denmark Tops World Well-Being Rank, U.S. Comes in 12th