Google has delayed the launch of the latest version of its Android operating system, which had been due to take place on Wednesday, 3 June.
The release of Android 11 for testers has also been delayed.
In a statement on the Android Developer website, it said: “Now is not the time to celebrate,” and more details would be shared “soon”.
It comes as dozens of cities in the US deal with large-scale civil unrest over the killing of a man in police custody.
Google did not, however, specify whether this was the reason for the delay.
The company revealed some details about Android 11 in a preview blog aimed at developers. (BBC)