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Why You Pay More for G-Suite (Google) Services, If Discount Coupon Available

G Suite is developed by Google, It is a brand of cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools, software and products. G Suit is not free and you can’t purchase a particular G Suit App. If you Sign Up for G Suit Google will provide a complete setup of G Suit that works together seamlessly.

Don’t get confused, with Google’s free Apps and G Suit. With G Suite, you’ll receive a number of additional business-grade services not included with Google’s free consumer apps.

Why G Suit?

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but your business is growing fastly and/or you want to start to use more professional looking email addresses such as: Or

So, you can easily get business email addresses like the ones above, but continue to have the exact same Gmail user experience that you and your staff have become accustomed to, you will need G Suit.


Google offers an attractive price. G Suite is offered in different tiers and versions. A monthly subscription for professional office and business versions ranges between $5 and $10 per user. By contrast, the monthly cost for the business versions of Microsoft Office 365 varies between $8.25 to $15 per user for the premium edition.

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You can Pre-Order Lenovo Mirage Solo and Mirage Camera

Lenovo and Google had become a partner for two new virtual reality hardware products. They didn’t give any indication of launch date and suddenly company has started taking pre-orders for these devices. They only did announce a Q2 release for both devices.

These devices are based on Google’s new video format VR180. The Mirage Solo is the first Daydream headset that doesn’t require a connected smartphone, and the Mirage Camera is an “aim and shoots” VR camera. Now both devices are ready for Pre-Order. The Mirage Solo is priced at $399 and the Mirage Camera is priced at $299 according to B&H listing. These devices are expected to be available by May 11 but you can pre-order now.

The Mirage camera is for taking VR photos and it is capable to record 3D VR180 4K videos. It can also be used for live streaming.

The Mirage Solo is a powered by Snapdragon 835 processor. It comes with 4GB RAM, 64GB of onboard storage, 110-degree field of view LCD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, and up to seven hours of playing time on a single charge, and with a headphone jack. The device also comes with a Daydream remote.

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Android P Developer Preview available See What’s New

Android P developer preview is mostly focused on the changes that will affect developers. Google VP of engineering Dave Burke is calling this “an early baseline build for developers only,”. This means this preview is only for developers.

The main feature in Android P developer preview that is built-in support for “display cutout support” for notch display phones. Because of this preview is only for developers, the developers will be able to test how an app(full-screen app) works in the full-screen mode with notches the new tools Google is releasing today.

Here are some notable changes for developers-

User Interface changes in Android P Developer Preview 1
  • New UI for settings/quick settings
  • New notification style for messages
  • New transition/notification expansion animations
  • Updated Pixel Launcher with voice search icon and more prominent dock
  • Battery saver no longer shows orange warning
  • Always on display shows battery info and centers notifications
  • New Easter Egg.
  • About phone screen now shows additional info in a popup window.
 Some other changes in Android P Developer Preview 1
  • Built-in screenshot editor.
  • Screenshot button in power menu
  • Text selection zoom (like iOS)
  • Battery saver can now be scheduled.
  • Do Not Disturb has been simplified down to a single mode
  • Volume buttons now control media volume by default
  • Adaptive Brightness is now much more useful as it actually changes the base brightness level
  • Hotspot can be turned off automatically if no devices are connected
  • Rotation can be locked to landscape mode
  • Multi-Bluetooth HFP/A2DP support
  • Individual Wi-Fi networks can now be set to metered/unmetered
  • Private DNS (DNS-over-TLS)
  • Vibration controls in Accessibility Settings
  • Accessibility option to disable all animations
  • System trace tool is now built-in
  • Recently posted notifications are now shown in notification settings

Let’s take a look in detail at UI Changes

Material Design-

It doesn’t have a name yet but we can expect its name will be Material Design 2. Android P has made changes to the quick settings tiles and to the settings pages, but there are also more minor changes to the status bar. The icons in settings all have own colors. The quick settings toggles are all now rounded and are blue when enabled. Now, we can’t expand quick settings tiles within the notification shade. See Screenshots below-

android p developer preview available see whats new

New notification panel-

In Android P notifications will have a new style. Now you can see full conversations as well as stickers and images also. When you long-press on a notification, the options will appear “stop notifications” or “keep showing.” So, no need o go in the setting.

New Transition Animations-

There are new animations for transitioning between activities, and new animations for opening an activity from the notifications. See the video.

Changes in Pixel Launcher-

A very fine change in the Pixel Launcher is that the search bar now has a microphone icon. The background is also more dominant so it’s clearer where the dock begins and the rest of the launcher ends.

What were your expectations?


Google Earth Gets Live Video Streams

Google Earth Gets Live Video Streams

Google Earth received a major overhaul in April this year with a new design and number of new features such as 3D toggle, browser support, the I’m Feeling Lucky dice, and more. One of these new features is also the Voyager section that gives you curated content and stories to explore on Google Earth. Google on Wednesday announced the addition of live content feeds to the storytelling platform, Voyager. Google Earth will now play live video feeds from select locations across the globe. The feature is available outright on different platforms supported by Google Earth.

With the live video feed, viewers will be able to watch live activities from different locations, first one being the Katmai National Park in Alaska. The live video from the location shows brown bears coming back to action after a long hibernation period to catch salmons jumping out of the Brooks River. Google has used the live video facility of to set up five cameras across the park, out of which one stays underwater to stream salmons darting upward.

In order to watch the live feed, all you need to do is go to the Voyager section on any of the Google Earth-supported platforms such as a Web browser, Android app, PC app, etc. Right there is the new card, clicking or tapping on which will take you the live feed of Then, click or tap on Explore Now and a new screen with five locations will appear. Choose the live feed you want to watch out of five, and you can perceive the natural aesthetics of the Katmai with brown bears in action.

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Android 8.0 Updates in Q3 2017 Codenamed Oreo

Android 8.0 Updates in Q3 2017 Codenamed Oreo

Google‘s next operating system Android 8.0 and its identified also with the codename Android O. The Android O timeline has been buzzing steadily towards its official launch with progress being made with the release of the first, second and third Developer previews. While Google’s new OS seems to be mostly in a finished state, there are a few new additions to the developer previews.


The first Developer Preview was launched in March this year with some update and in mid-May, the second Developer Preview was rolled out bringing more new contents. The third Android O Developer Preview for Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel C, Pixel and Pixel XL devices hit the Internet in June bringing some new APIs that would appear in the final version. The release of the fourth and final version is expected any moment from now before the Stable ROM starts rolling out.

Google has confirmed that Android 8.0 will be available for AOSP and ecosystem releases in the third quarter of this year after the Fourth and final Developer Preview ha rolled out. This means the last preview should come out any moment from now since we are already in the third quarter. Although there is no specific release date yet, a number of sources are pointing to a release in August this year.

Android 8.0 codenamed Oreo, is expected to come with a number of new features, including support for picture-in-picture, application badges, notification dots, support for automatic filling, higher text selection, a substantial improvement of the notification system. There are also some changes seen in the Developer Preview already, such a new media notification, new icon, and clock.


Google VR180 Cameras Capturing 180° VR Videos Launching soon

Google VR180 Cameras Capturing 180° VR Videos Launching soon

Google is set to launch a new VR format dubbed VR180 which would offer more limited cinematic VR output. The new VR180 project is the product of a collaboration between YouTube, a subsidiary of Google and Google’s Daydream VR division. VR180 will also include the production of a new line of compatible cameras by Yi, Lenovo, and LG as well as other partners who meet the VR180 certification standards.

The VR180 won’t stretch up to those produced by 360-degree cameras. The videos can also be viewed as traditional flat videos outside virtual reality but can also be watched in 3D VR via the YouTube app with a Google Cardboard, Daydream, or PlayStation VR headset.

Video creators will also be able to shoot videos using any camera with a VR180 certification with the trio of Yi, Lenovo, and LG emerging as pioneers that are working in collaboration with Google’s Daydream team for now. The first set of products are expected to be launched this winter and would likely carry almost the same price tag as the regular point-and-shoot camera. It appears to have two wide-angle lenses that can shoot stereoscopic video, and it’s just a simple design, a far cry from the expensive alien orbs that are often seen in VR film shoots.

The cameras may not be available to buy sometime soon but Google is giving creators the opportunity to loan one from one of its YouTube Spaces, located in nine major cities worldwide. YouTube video creators will also be able to shoot just like they do with any other camera and in the near future, the videos can be edited using Adobe Premiere Pro and other standard software.

it doesn’t need the same time-consuming (and often expensive) stitching as videos made with, say, Google’s 360-degree Jump system. Creators can easily put a person behind the camera without them appearing in the shot whereas 360-degree camera bares all with nothing hidden. Filmmakers often literally hide behind objects during a scene when shooting using panoramic cameras but that won’t be the case anymore. Another thing is that the file sizes would be reduced drastically so viewers will stream the videos faster and with less annoying buffering gaps while streaming.


YouTube Unveils VR180 Video Format 1.5 billion logged in viewers

YouTube Unveils VR180 Video Format 1.5 billion logged in viewers

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki at VidCon on Thursday announced an all-new video format VR180 that will make VR content creation slightly easier for creators. Google has also confirmed that the Daydream team is working with several manufacturers to build cameras from the ground up for VR180 video format.

The company says that the new VR180 video will ensure what’s in front of the user is high resolution, and “look great on desktop and on mobile.” The new video format will enable depth, where “near things look near, and far things appear far,” adds Wojcicki. Additionally, the VR180 format also supports live streaming videos.

Google has named some partners like YI, Lenovo, and LG who are working with the company to bring new cameras priced same as a regular point-and-shoot camera. Videos and live streams will be easy to upload to YouTube from these cameras. Google has revealed that the first cameras will hit shelves this winter. The new format is capable of delivering 3D video while capturing 180 degrees of vision.


“We want to make VR more accessible and more affordable for viewers and creators. The reality is, filming 360-degree VR videos isn’t easy for most creators and some VR cameras are expensive. That’s why I’m thrilled that YouTube and Daydream have worked together on a new format, VR180, and new cameras, which makes it easy and affordable for anyone to make VR videos,” said Wojcicki.

Wojcicki also revealed that now, 1.5 billion logged in viewers visit YouTube every single month and on an average, viewers spent over an hour a day watching YouTube on mobile devices alone. YouTube also announced an all-new change to YouTube app which will in the coming weeks “dynamically adapt” to whatever size users choose to watch it in.

The company will soon let user share a video with friends right from YouTube app and this will be available to users in Latin America and the US in a couple of weeks.