Google has responded to the ‘gap’ issue on some Pixel 5 units. Few early users reported that their Pixel 5 units have a small gap between the display and the frame. The users took to the Internet to complain that this gap is prone to collecting dust and may affect the phone’s rated capabilities to water and dust resistance. Google has responded to these user complaints by claiming that this gap is a ‘normal part of the design’ and that it has no effect on the water and dust resistance or functionality of the phone.The tech giant responded to complaints on its support page, saying that this isn’t a defect, but ‘a normal part of the design of the Pixel 5.’ The company said that the gap between the display and the body will not affect the phone’s water and dust resistance or functionality. In any event, Google said that it will work with affected individuals to address any concerns they may have.- Advertisement – Earlier last month, Pixel 5 users took to Google’s Pixel Phone Community forums to share photos of a small yet visible gap appearing between the display and frame. Troubled users claimed that the gap could let in dust particles and could hamper the IP68-rated water and dust resistance of the phone. Affected users also opted for a replacement, though that does not resolve the issue as the same is visible on their new replaced unit as well. Now, Google said that this isn’t a defect. There is no clarity, however, on how Google plans to relieve buyers of their ‘gap’ concerns.After Google’s unhelpful response, users have swarmed in to ask for better clarity. Some users are asking Google to offer a refund guarantee if any issue should arise in the future. Few users are even looking to opt for a immediate refund after the response.Is Android One holding back Nokia smartphones in India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
Timothy ‘Boo-Boo’ Lynn Fenske, age 57 of Batesville, Indiana passed away on Sunday, December 10, 2017 at the Waters of Batesville. The son of Albert and Lilly (Daugherty) Fenske was born on October 11, 1960 in Batesville.Tim or as most of his friends and family called him, Boo-Boo, worked for One Solution Logistics, a division of Honda in Greensburg, IN. Boo-Boo always enjoyed going to the church bingo, yard sales and flea markets. For years the softball fanatic loved playing and coaching various softball teams. He also liked to fish and just basically enjoyed being outdoors. No one ever had a bad thing to say about Boo-Boo. He will be missed by many.He is survived by his daughters Cassandra Fenske and Nicole Fenske; grandchildren, Matthew & Kristopher Frazier and Brooklynn & Jazzalynn Howard; his fiancé, Sharron Holland, along with his sisters Suzanne Dickman and Karen Fenske. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Dan Fenske.Visitation will be Wednesday from 4-7pm at Meyers Funeral Home with Rosary prayer at 3:40pm. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:00am on Thursday, December 14, 2017 at St. Louis Catholic Church. Fr. John Meyer officiating. Burial will follow in the St. Louis Church Cemetery.Memorials may be given to the Batesville Food Pantry c/o the funeral home.
Donegal Golf Club (Murvagh)Men’s CompetitionsFriday Open –10th October. The Indian summer continues to provide ideal golfing conditions and Barry Harper capitalised on Friday shooting 41pts to take the Friday Open.Club President Michael Neary followed in 2nd place with Hugh Coll from Monaghan taking 3rd. Bobby O’Shea picked up the Gross prize.Results:1. Barry Harper (15) 41pts, 2. Michael Neary, (13) 38pts,3. Hugh Coll (Rossmore) (9) 37pts, (bot)Gross Bobby O’Shea (5) 29ptsSunday 12th of October.Jason Conway continued his consistent performance on Sunday taking 1st place with an excellent score of 40pts. He was pushed all the way by Kevin Mundy on 39pts with Colm Campbell one shot further back on 38pts.Oliver Roche took the Gross with 31pts.Results:1. Jason Conway (5) 40pts 2. Kevin Mundy (21) 39pts3. Colm (Eir) Campbell (10) 38pts (bot)Gross: Oliver Roche (5) 30ptsThursday SpecialsOur season finished with the traditional overnight away trip.This years trip was to Slieve Russell Golf Club with 26 players travelling.Our tee times were delayed both days due to Fog but once the fog cleared the sun came out and the weather was perfect for Golf. Once again it was a very enjoyable trip for everyone who travelled.The winner on Saturday was Gerrard Gallagher with 36 pts, 2nd Place went to Barry Kennedy with 35 pts.The two men who only played on Saturday won the last 2 prizes with Roy Harron taking 3rd place on a break of tie with 32 pts, John Joe Travers was 4th also with 32pts.The winner on Sunday was Liam Mundy with 32 pts on a break of tie, Darren Williamson was 2nd also with 32 pts.John Cassidy was 3rd with 31pts and Raymond Nolan was 4th with 30 pts on a break of tie.Liam Moran won the prize for the longest Drive of the day at the 9th and Stephen Carty won the prize for closest the pin on the 16th.The Overall Prize for the man who played the best Golf over 2 days went to Bobby Beare, returning the best score of the day on Sunday to add 35pts to his 34pts from Saturday for a total of 69pts over the 2 days, he had 6 shots to spare over 2nd place.We could not find an alternative date for our traditional Mixed Greensomes, instead we are rolling in with the Social Committee for the County Colours competition.This will be a Shotgun Start at 1PM on the 25th Oct, Entry Fee is €15 which includes meal after the golf.Entry sheets are on display in the locker rooms, add you name to be included in the draw which will take place on the 21st October.The presentation for the Phoenix Cup and Player of Year will be take place on Saturday the 25th October after the meal.Ladies’ Competitions5th /7th October – 15 holes stableford – Sponsor: Eddie Walsh & Sons Family MeatsOn a beautiful Autumn day, Ursula Miller from Ballintra was the winner of the Eddie Walsh sponsored competition so she won’t have to worry about dinners for the next few weeks!!Runner up was Geraldine Gorman on 28pts. 3rd & 4th were Charlotte Caldwell & Mary Gillen.1. Ursula Miller (22) 29pts2. Geraldine Gorman (17) 28pts3. Charlotte Caldwell (22) 27pts4. Mary Gillen (29) 26pts BOTFront 9 Bernie Finn (15) 19ptsBack 6 Gillian O’Callaghan (35) 11ptsThe final of the Club Matchplay will be contested between Rena Brogan and Rosemary Carr.Club NewsThanks to everyone who took part in the social mixed on Fridays during the summer. €165 was presented to the Donegal Branch of St Vincent de Paul Society.Upcoming Events – County Colours Mixed ScrambleThe County Colours mixed scramble is on Saturday 25th October.This will be a team event with a shotgun start at 1pm. Entry fee is €15 which includes a meal after play. Lists for names are in both locker rooms. Draw for partners will take place on the 21st of October.Pace of Play SurveyOne of the topics in golf at the moment is pace of play.Pace of play is affected by many factors, including player ability and behaviour, management practices and course difficulty and set-up.Many commentators argue that golf nowadays takes too long, that slow round times are driving people away from the game and that something needs to be done.Conversely, others would say that golf is not a race, that not everyone wants to play in a hurry and that some courses are just not capable of being played in under four hours.The R&A is interested to hear the views from golfers around the world on this issue and has compiled a survey with this in mind.The survey can be found at – https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PaceofPlayTestGOLF NEWS: BARRY HARPER WINS THE FRIDAY OPEN AT MURVAGH was last modified: October 13th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:golfMurvaghNoticesSport