Day: November 12, 2020

PUBG Mobile India Coming Back After Ban, Developers Have Announced

PUBG Mobile developers have announced that they will launch a new game called PUBG Mobile India to cater to Indian players. PUBG Mobile was banned back in September by the Indian government and around the same time, PUBG Corporation had announced that it will no longer authorise the PUBG Mobile franchise to Shenzhen-based Tencent Games in India. While the team had announced that it would terminate access for users in India starting October 30, the game is still playable for several people who had it installed on their Android and iOS devices.

PUBG Corporation has announced it is preparing to launch a new game called PUBG Mobile India that has been “created specifically for the Indian market.” The new game will maximize data security for its players and adhere to the local regulations, the announcement said. PUBG Corporation states there will be regular audits and verifications on the storage systems

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10 Android predictions for 2021

Will the Google Pixel Watch finally be released? Will 5G come standard on Android devices? Jack Wallen answers these questions and more as he offers insight into what the future may hold for Android.

Image: Jack Wallen

It’s time I put on my crystal ball sunglasses and gaze deep into the rays of the future. This time around, I’m looking at what’s in store for the Android platform. As usual, the future is foggy, but there’s still quite a bit to glean from the trajectory we’ve witnessed in the past and the present.

Although such prognostication isn’t an exact science, let’s take a look at what’s in store for Android in 2021.

SEE: Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2020: Galaxy Z Fold2, Samsung Galaxy S20, and more (free PDF) (TechRepublic)

Market share dips and soars

Thanks to the resounding success of the iPhone 12, Android market share will see a dip

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