Android 11 beta: how to install Google’s new OS

Android 11 beta: how to install Google’s new OS

Android 11’s developer preview phase has been kicking around for the past few months, but now it’s in public beta. My colleague Dieter Bohn got an in-depth look at what’s new. If you’ve got an eligible device, like a Pixel 2 or newer (phones from the likes of OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo Vivo, Sharp, Realme, and … Read more

The Sims 4’s Eco Lifestyle expansion made my entire city horny

The Sims 4’s Eco Lifestyle expansion made my entire city horny

The Sims 4: Eco Lifestyle offers players the chance to transform their world through careful building, responsible living, and banding together with their neighbors. One major feature is the ability for players to create Neighborhood Action Plans. Everyone in the neighborhood votes, and once a motion gets enough support, it changes the way each Sim … Read more

Arch Manning, nephew of Eli and Peyton, is growing into his legacy

Arch Manning, nephew of Eli and Peyton, is growing into his legacy

Like many rising high school sophomores, 15-year-old Arch Manning had a growth spurt this summer. But Arch — a product of football royalty as Archie Manning’s grandson and namesake — isn’t like other high school kids. The son of Archie’s eldest son, Cooper, and nephew of expected Hall of Fame quarterbacks Eli and Peyton, is … Read more

Second wave of coronavirus could cripple economic recovery: OECD

Second wave of coronavirus could cripple economic recovery: OECD

A second round of coronavirus infections could cripple the global economy’s recovery from the worst recession in nearly a century, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said Wednesday. The influential international group released a new economic forecast warning of severe consequences if COVID-19 cases spike as countries ease lockdowns meant to control the deadly … Read more

New York Philharmonic cancels fall season due to the coronavirus

New York Philharmonic cancels fall season due to the coronavirus

The New York Philharmonic has canceled its fall season over the coronavirus pandemic. The Lincoln Center symphony orchestra announced Wednesday all concerts through January 5, 2021 will not happen, a decision made to ensure the safety of both fans and artists. “While the New York Philharmonic deeply regrets having to cancel our fall concerts, we … Read more

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U.S. attorney general group sues 26 dermatology drug makers

U.S. attorney general group sues 26 dermatology drug makers

FILE PHOTO: A logo for Pfizer is displayed on a monitor on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., July 29, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo/File Photo (Reuters) – A group of attorneys general from U.S. states and territories sued 26 manufacturers of dermatology drugs on Wednesday, accusing them of … Read more

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IOC wants athletes’ dialogue as protest calls grow louder

IOC wants athletes' dialogue as protest calls grow louder

ATHENS (Reuters) – Athletes will discuss and decide on how best to support the core Olympic values “in a dignified way”, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Wednesday, as calls to change rules restricting protests at Games grow louder. The Olympic rings are pictured in front of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) during the … Read more

Italy weighs warships to Egypt deal after student murder

Italy weighs warships to Egypt deal after student murder

MILAN (Reuters) – Italy has yet to approve the sale to Egypt of two warships made by shipbuilder Fincantieri, as the government weighs political considerations and analyses the deal, Italy’s foreign minister said on Wednesday. Rumours Rome had approved the sale raised criticism in Italy and members of the government have voiced concerns about Egypt’s … Read more