• This board game aims to promote racial harmony among Singaporeans and I don’t know what to make of it

    Soon, little ones in Singapore will be able to learn about the different races and religions that are on the island state.

    This is provided if the Kickstarter-funded board game by Raymond Tay materializes.

    Dubbed the Race to Harmony game, Raymond said that the board game aims to teach Singaporeans on the diverse cultural practices and celebrations of various ethnic groups of Lion City.

    How does the board game work?

    In total, six people can play the game and they have to race against each other by answering questions correctly and expressing themselves.

    The game comes with 40 question cards that challenges people’s knowledge about a particular race or religion.

    One of the eight expression cards. IMAGE: Kickstarter.

    “However, they are subjected to luck as there are positive and negative effects along the journey. At the same time, they will enjoy the beauty of diversity in the game,” the Kickstarter

  • Google delays the Android 11 Beta announcement as protests roil US cities

    Google had been planning to unveil new features coming in Android 11 on June 3rd, but it has decided to delay the unveiling. In a tweet on Friday evening, Android’s developer account said that “We are excited to tell you more about Android 11, but now is not the time to celebrate.” Google says that it will “be back with more on Android 11, soon,” but did not say when that might be.

    Although Google doesn’t explicitly say why, the reason is very clear. The announcement comes as many American cities are filled with protests, looting, and fires. The response to the death of George Floyd in Minnesota has extended well beyond the conflict in Minneapolis. The Bay area where Google and most of its employees are based has seen major conflicts in both San Jose and Oakland the evening when Google made the call its event. It’s

  • Rochester Institute Of Expertise

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  • Google Search Has A New Anxiety Self-Assessment Tool

    Are you feeling anxious? Do you think it might be a temporary thing or is it something you might have been experiencing for a while? There is no doubt that the current coronavirus pandemic has gotten many of us worried, and the lockdown is surely not helping with our mental health either, but Google wants to help.

    The company has announced that they have launched a new anxiety self-assessment tool in Google Search. This self-assessment tool consists of several clinically-validated questions that users can answer in order to see if they might be experiencing some form of anxiety, and while it won’t offer up a cure, it will at the very least allow users to better understand what they’re feeling and to seek out professional help if necessary.

    According to Google, “Anxiety can show up as a wide range of physical and emotional symptoms, and it can take decades for

  • Covid-19 Creates Long, Anxious Waits for Fertility Treatments

    Rachel Shapiro, a Manhattan-based fertility coach who gives advice to women seeking these treatments, said that these discrepancies heighten an already existing “us versus them mentality.” Shapiro says that for women who have difficulty conceiving, there are constant hurdles to overcome and many are filled with health anxiety that is only relieved only when they are holding their baby in their arms. For them, she says, there is “frustration, anger, and a period of reckoning with their newfound challenges of becoming pregnant” that other women don’t experience.

    Shapiro herself has also been struggling with infertility for the past five years. This March, she also had the misfortune of being hospitalized with Covid-19. As someone who experienced that illness in New York City, the epicenter of the outbreak, she thinks the moratorium was a good move. “Infertility is painful, challenging, and full of grief, but it will not take your life.

  • It Might Be A Bit Early, But Alleged iPhone 13 Camera Details Leaked

    The iPhone 12 has yet to be officially announced. In fact, it might even be delayed to November, but thanks to a tweet by @choco_bit, they have shared some information about Apple’s 2021 iPhones, the iPhone 13. To be more specific, they have shared details about the iPhone 13’s cameras.

    According to the tweet, Apple could actually launch an iPhone in 2021 with four camera modules on the back. The main camera is rumored to sport a 64MP sensor with 6x digital zoom, another camera with a 40MP sensor with 3-5x optical zoom, a 64MP anamorphic lens (typically used for filmmaking), and a 40MP ultra wide camera. The tweet also claims that the phone will come with a LiDAR 4.0 sensor.

    We have heard rumors that Apple could introduce a LiDAR sensor in this year’s iPhones. The sensor made its debut on Apple’s iPad Pro refresh from earlier this