Earlier this year in July, we learned that Google was working on integrating Docs, Chat, and Meet with Gmail. And soon after the first leak popped up, Google announced the integration as an early access preview for G Suite customers. The company has now gone ahead and completely revamped G Suite as Google Workspace, with new features and icons for Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Meet, and more.
As per a blog post on the matter, the new Google Workspace offers all of the productivity apps in the company’s repertoire, including Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Meet, in one convenient location.
Thanks to this deeper integration, Google Workspace users will now be able to dynamically create and collaborate on a document with guests in a Chat room, share content, work together with others outside their organization, and ensure that everyone has access to the same information.
The company has also introduced a couple of new features for its services, including support for file previews in Docs, Sheets, and Slides, and support for @mention in documents that will bring up a smart chip with contact details.
Furthermore, the company plans to roll out Meet picture-in-picture support to Docs, Sheets, and Slides in the coming months. All these new integrations are currently limited to Google Workspace customers, but the company plans on bringing the new user experience to consumers in the coming months.
Along with the integrated user experience, the company has also adopted a new brand identity that “reflects our ambitious product vision and the way our products work together.” As part of the new brand identity, the company has now revealed new four-color icons for services like Gmail, Drive, Calendar, Meet, Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Check out the video below for a quick look at all the new icons:
Additionally, the company has announced that it will offer more tailored offerings for new Google Workspace users. These include new editions for smaller businesses that are aimed at users who are looking to make fast, self-serviced purchases and editions for larger enterprises that are designed to help organizations that have more complex implementation needs and require technical assistance. You can learn more about these new offerings by following this link.
Source: Google Cloud
Got any signal up here? Nokia to build mobile network on moon
Finland’s Nokia has been selected by NASA to build the first cellular network on the moon, the company said on Monday.
The lunar network will be part of the U.S. space agency’s efforts to return humans to the moon by 2024 and build long-term settlements there under its Artemis program.
Nokia said the first wireless broadband communications system in space would be built on the lunar surface in late 2022, before humans make it back there.
The Finnish company will partner with Texas-based private spacecraft design firm Intuitive Machines to deliver the network equipment to the moon on their lunar lander.
After delivery, the network will configure itself and establish the first LTE (Long-Term Evolution) communications system on the moon, Nokia said.
“The network will provide critical communication capabilities for many different data-transmission applications, including vital command and control functions, remote control of lunar rovers, real-time navigation and streaming of high definition video,” Nokia said.
The first Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra images show redesigned camera bulbs – The Queens County Citizen
With the ulation rumors that Samsung may launch its S21 series by January, we naturally hope to get more details on the upcoming flagships. Okay, thanks for the latest set of renders leonleaks This gives us our first look at the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra. In addition, the source supports the January launch rumors.
Both phones come with a flat 6.2 “panel with S21 with centered punch hole cutouts like their predecessors, while the Ultras comes with a 6.7-6.9 curve with a more pronounced curve.
Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra
On the back, the two phones come with a completely different design. The S21 camera bump has increased compared to the S20 and is now wrapped around the frame of the device. We have three vertically stacked cameras, but the flash is now kept separate from the camera bump.
Elsewhere the design does not change much until the button is placed. We can locate the dual-microphone holes above and the dimensions listed on the phone are 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9 mm (without camera bump).
The S21 Ultra gets a more substantial camera bump on its back with four lenses. Like the Vanilla S21, it is stretched to fit with the phone side frame.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
The dimensions listed for the S21 Ultra come in at 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9mm, adding another 2mm to the overall thickness of the camera bump. Rumors of an S-Pen turned out to be in addition.
In addition to the new renders, both the S21 + and its Ultra counter are featured in China’s 3C certification database. Useful bit of information from the lists is that both phones come with 25W charging.
Samsung Galaxy S21 + and S20 Ultra Charger Lists
Upcoming Galaxy S models will feature the “EP-TA800” charger, which was also confirmed last week when the Galaxy S21 was seen with the same charger on the 3C listing.
First Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra images show redesigned camera bumps – GSMArena.com news – GSMArena.com
With speculation looming that Samsung may launch its S21 series as early as January we’re naturally expecting to get more details on the upcoming flagships. Well, we got just that thanks to the latest set of renders from @onleaks which give us our first look at the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra. In addition, the source backs up the rumors of the January launch.
Both phones come with centered punch hole cutouts like their predecessors with the S21 sporting a flat 6.2” panel while the Ultra’s comes in between 6.7-6.9” with an even more pronounced curvature.
Around the back, both phones come with a radically different design. The S21’s camera bump has grown compared to the S20 and now wraps around the frame of the device. We have three vertically stacked cameras while the flash is now housed separately from the camera bump.
Elsewhere the design remains largely unchanged down to the button placement. We can spot dual-microphone holes on the top and the phone’s listed dimensions are 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9mm (without the camera bump).
The S21 Ultra gets an even more substantial camera bump around its back with four lenses laid out. Like the vanilla S21, it wraps around the side of the phone with the frame extending to blend in.
The listed dimensions for the S21 Ultra come out to 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9mm while the camera bump adds another 2mm to the overall thickness. The rumored addition of an S-Pen seems to be all but confirmed wrong.
In addition to the new renders, both the S21+ and its Ultra counterpart were spotted on China’s 3C certification database.The only useful bit of information from the listings is that both phones will come with 25W charging.
The upcoming Galaxy S models will feature an “EP-TA800” charger which was also confirmed last week when we saw the Galaxy S21 in a 3C listing with the same charger.
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