In 2008 when google first launched it’s version 1.0 Andriod, it was about getting started on the mobile. Everything was sketchy and a lot had to be said for someone to like and use the OS, now it’s a beautiful mobile operating system everyone wants to use and truly 2.5 billion active gadgets are roaming this earth.
With the 10th version Android Q, a lot has been added making a true game changer. According to google blog, they said “we continuing to focus on working with partners to shape the future of mobile and make smartphones even more helpful”.
To an extent, yes Windows 7 tries to be better but an upgrade is always an upgrade and Windows 10 is the "upgrade"
Despite the end of support in one year’s time, many are still holding on to the nearly 10-year-old Windows 7 operating system. It is always a thrill to use the latest operating system but not so many readily jump onto that boat.
The drastic changes between Windows 10 from Windows 7 might be the reason for this reluctance. Let’s find out!
This will be the first price increase in decades since the original launch of the G Suite. Google has added a slew of new products and functionality that focus on applying machine learning to increase productivity for example, Gmail added Smart Compose to help compete full messages, while Smart Reply in Hangouts Chat works similarly.
As of April 2, G Suite Basic Edition will increase from $5 per user per month to $6 per user per month; the G Suite Business Edition will go from $10 to $12 per user/month. Pricing for G Suite Enterprise Edition ($25 per user/month) will remain unchanged.
The price increase will give Google additional revenue and in ways is more in lined with Microsoft’s offering of Office 365. Microsoft Office 365 pricing structure starts at $5 per month and runs up to $12.50 for annual commitment and $6-$15 for a monthly commitment.
David Thacker, Google’s vice president of product management for G Suite said,
“Over the last 10 years, G Suite has grown to provide more tools, functionality and value to help businesses transform the way they work. The one thing that hasn't changed over this time is price”
G Suite was initially built around core apps such as Google Docs, Calendar and Drive, but has added a range of other tools, including a video-conferencing tool (Hangouts Meet); team messaging (Hangouts Chat); and enterprise search (Cloud Search - only available on Business and Enterprise tiers). The middle tier features unlimited storage, archiving, “Low-code app development,” smart search, and audit reports geared for larger organizations.
Google has seen the number of G Suite customers swell in recent years. There were 4 million businesses using G Suite as of 2018, up from 3 million 2017 and 2 million in 2015.
Raúl Castañón-Martínez, a senior analyst at 451 Research said,
“G Suite has evolved significantly in the last two years; Google’s explanation that the price increase reflects the value it provides seems like a fair explanation.”
According to Gartner Inc., G Suite had a 9% share of the $17.1 billion enterprise office suite market in 2016; that compared to 90% for Microsoft’s Office 365. Although it is difficult to compare the two suites precisely, Google’s G Suite increase brings its pricing closer in line with Microsoft’s subscriptions.
The new Firefox Focus update gives you a whole range of possibilities your privacy browser has to offer in a clear and unobtrusive way, not interrupting the usage at all and automatically refreshing after each click on the Erase button.
Search suggestions are a key part of web search that can make searching more convenient. Easily activate the feature by opening the app settings > “Search” > select the checkbox “Get search suggestions”.
Firefox Focus release - the browser’s visual design is now completely optimized for the recently released Android Pie. New icons, a customized URL bar and a simplified settings menu makes it easier to use and provide for a consistent user experience.
Zoom was ranked third on the Forbes 2018 Cloud 100, the definitive list of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world, published by Forbes in collaboration with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures. In 2016, Zoom was ranked 84th on the list and in 2017 jumped to 18th.