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Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro Camera Feature Deep Dive and Snapchat Integration


Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro Camera Feature Deep Dive

Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro Camera Feature Deep Dive

Google leadership in computational photography and machine learning have led to some remarkable camera capabilities over the years, with Pixel 6, Google is applying all that software expertise to a fully upgraded camera system, for the most advanced smartphone camera in the world.

It's leagues ahead of our previous Pixel Cameras, from the hardware, to the software, to the computational photography.

Both Pixel 6 and 6 Pro have a massive new 1/1.3-inch, 50-megapixel sensor

For beginners let's look at the main camera. Both Pixel 6 and 6 Pro have a massive new 1/1.3-inch, 50-megapixel sensor. Google combine adjacent pixels on the sensor to get extra-large 2.4-micron pixels! With Night Sight, the Pixel Camera has always been able to do a lot with very little light, but now the primary sensor captures up to 2 and a half times as much light, thanks to those huge pixels.

Pixel 6 Pro has a larger ultrawide front camera that records 4K video

This means you're gonna get photos with even greater detail and richer color. Both phones also have completely new ultra-wide cameras with larger sensors than before, so photos look great when you wanna fit more in your shot. Pixel 6 Pro has a larger ultrawide front camera that records 4K video. It also has a telephoto lens with 4X optical zoom for getting in close.

Pixel Camera uses what's called "folded optics

Pixel Camera uses what's called "folded optics" A flawless prism bends the light 90 degrees so that the camera can fit in the body of the phone and you can get up to 20X zoom with an improved version of Pixel's Super Res Zoom, Google advanced computational approach to combining optical and digital zoom.

Finally, the sensor behind the telephoto lens is even larger than the primary rear sensor in past Pixel phones, so you can capture great low-light zoomed shots with Night Sight. When this amazing hardware is paired with Tensor, we can build new camera features that were impossible before. Video is a great example. Video is a hard use case for computational photography because you're basically taking lots of photos very quickly. Applying a machine learning algorithm to a single photo is very different than running the same algorithm for each frame, 60 times per second.

Google R&D team also developed an algorithm called HDRnet

Google started by developing more efficient methods for applying tonemapping edits very quickly, and doing everything they could, to get the most out of the sensor. Google R&D team also developed an algorithm called HDRnet, which can deliver the signature Pixel look much more efficiently. With Tensor now they are able to embed parts of HDRnet directly into the ISP and accelerate it to make the process faster and more efficient.

Pixel 6 can now run HDRnet and 4K video at 60 frames per second- that's 498 million pixels each second. The color accuracy is excellent, with a big boost to the vividness, the stabilization, and overall video quality. This is all thanks to the bigger camera sensors, Google's cutting-edge machine learning, and the efficiency gains from the new Tensor chip. It's a giant step forward.

Pixel's new Magic Eraser can do the job!

Has your perfect photo ruined by something random in the background? Let's say you want be the only one on the beach in your photos. If you don't have access to a deserted island or don't want to spend hours in a photo editing suite, Pixel's new Magic Eraser can do the job! In Google Photos, you'll see suggestions for distractions you might wanna remove from your photo. Erase them all at once, or tap to remove them one by one. What really sets this feature apart is how we're able to figure out what you're trying to remove and how well we can fill in what's in its place. Even if something is not suggested, you can still erase that distraction. Just circle them, and they disappear. And you can use Magic Eraser on Pixel to clean up all your photos, whether you took them a minute ago or years ago.

Pixel Camera is using FaceSSD to figure out if there are faces in the scene

You go to take a picture, but the lighting isn't great, and the subject is moving around. You can't quite get the perfect photo. It's a little blurry.  It's a physics problem but Tensor's on-device machine learning can solve.

Pixel Camera is using FaceSSD to figure out if there are faces in the scene. If they're blurry, it spins up a second camera, so it's primed and ready to go when you tap the shutter button. In that moment, Pixel 6 takes two images simultaneously, one from the ultrawide camera and one from the main. The main image uses a normal exposure to reduce noise, and the ultrawide uses a faster exposure that minimizes blur. Machine learning fuses the sharper face from the ultrawide with the low-noise shot from the main camera to get the best of both into the image. As a last step, Pixel Camera takes one final look to see if there's any remaining blur in the fused image, estimates the level and direction of the blur, and then removes it for you. In all, it takes 4 machine learning models combining data from two cameras, to deliver the scene you know you saw but couldn't get from your camera until now, with Face Unblur.

So most of the time we wanna eliminate blurriness from our pictures, but sometimes a bit of blur can actually add to the picture, especially for action shots that don't seem to have much action... Pixel 6 introduces Motion Mode, which brings a professional look to your nature scenes, urban photos, or even a night out. Typically, you'd create these effects with panning and long exposures-- techniques that require fancy equipment and lots of practice. Motion Mode makes it easy. For action shots like this one, the Pixel Camera takes several photos and combines them, using on-device machine learning and computational photography to identify the subject of the photo, figure out what's moving, and add aesthetic blur to the background.

camera applies computational photography and ML to align multiple frames

For a nature shot, the camera applies computational photography and ML to align multiple frames, determine motion vectors, and interpolate intermediate frames that are blurred so you get the best photo ever.  Also, with Motion Mode, just wait on the subway platform for the right moment, snap a photo of your friend, and you have a vibrant artistic photo to remember this moment. Now, we know that not every picture is taken in the Pixel Camera app. Some of these new camera capabilities and image quality improvements extend to any app that uses the camera, including your favorite camera apps.

Snapchat is partnering with Google on a Pixel 6 feature called "Quick Tap to Snap.

Snapchat is partnering with Google on a Pixel 6 feature called "Quick Tap to Snap." This Pixel-first feature puts the Snap camera directly into the lock screen for fast and easy access to the Snapchat camera. Just tap the back of your phone twice and you're into the camera. This new feature is a speedy and simple gesture that will help our communities Snap more moments before they disappear. Snapchat has designed Quick Tap to launch into "Camera Only" mode so Snapchatters can create Snaps even if they haven't yet unlocked their device. Once you make a great Snap that you want to share, simply authenticate on your device to unlock the full app experience. With Quick Tap to Snap, Pixel 6 will be the fastest phone to make a Snap, and Snapchat is also working with Google on exclusive augmented reality Lenses, and bringing other key Pixel features, like live translation, directly into the Chat feature on Snapchat. Snapchatters can talk to their friends in more than 10 languages, and conversations will be translated in real-time. These are the first features coming to Snapchat on Pixel 6.

Snapchat bringing more innovation to their community with our partners at Google.  Google has built a great camera system which are very futuristic.

Source - Google youtube video

Google Tensor Chip - All about It


Tensor chip which is called the biggest mobile hardware innovation in the history of Google.

Tensor chip which is called the biggest mobile hardware innovation in the history of Google.

So let's explore on what does that mean?

Google stated a goal for building tensor is to bring ai breakthroughs directly to pixel and drive forward its vision of always available technology things like ambient computing.

Google considers phones as the central control device of an ambient system. In a interview to The verge, Rick Ostello said that work started back in 2017 after the company came to the realization that it couldn't take a piecemeal approach things like building a single co-processor for example the pixel visual and the neural core to boost its ai models rather they needed an optimized chip that is for the desired tasks or the tasks needed on pixel smartphones.

Google went into tensor details and explicitly touted the inclusion of two high performance arm cortex x1 calls at 2.8 gigahertz and they are also joined by two mid 2.25 gigahertz a 76 cpu, these are based upon a five nanometer process rather than the seven nanometer process. This allows Google to throw more power at the workloads that are of medium intensity in a normal cpu and the mid cores could handle such tasks like google lens visual analysis, but be maxed out google says using two x1 cores in that scenario would be more efficient and that's what sensor is optimized for in real terms it's 80 faster than the pixel 5 snapdragon 765g from last year which is quite a big jump when you think about it.

The Tensor security core is a cpu based system that's isolated

There's also a 20 core gpu that google says delivers a premium gaming experience for the most popular android games out there. it's 370 percent faster than the pixel 5 which uses the adreno 620 gpu, so gaming shouldn't be an issue for the pixel 6 series.

The Tensor security core is a cpu based system that's isolated from the application processor and dedicated to running sensitive tasks and controls.  It works with the dedicated titan m2 security chip which isn't actually part of tensor itself but google touts it as being resilient to things like advanced attacks like electromagnetic analysis, voltage glitching and laser fault injection.

Original titan m chip just works in conjunction with software to stop your phone from being rolled back to an older version of android that might have security vulnerabilities, it also does things like prevent bootloader unlocking and verifies your lock screen passcode for that extra layer of security.

The tensor processing unit and the machine learning engine is said to be custom made by google research and built based on where the machine learning models are heading not where they are currently today.   This chips image signal processor or isp features is an accelerator that runs the hdmi algorithm and a key reason the pixel 6 and 6 pro can do things like live hdr plus video at 4k 60fps more conveniently.

Other phones on the market will also brings machine learning to the ultra low power domain and it allows always on display, now playing and other ambient experiences to run all the time without necessarily draining your battery.

Google with Tensor prioritizing, what they consider total performance and efficiency.  This specifically involves excelling at heterogeneous computing tasks that require various parts of the soc to work together for example lens makes use of the cpu, the gpu, the isp and the tpu to run efficiently and this is where google hopes that tensor will excel compared to other chipsets out there.

In regard to camera features tensor also allows other things to be done besides the live hdr plus and does make colors more accurate and vivid at 4k 60 fps.  Tensor also allows computational photography and video features like motion mode and google camera action pan which blurs background while long exposure works on the subject to ensure it stays in focus.

Face detection is more accurate on the pixel 6 and works faster due to the integrated subsystems while apparently consuming half the power compared to the pixel 5. Also in these modes assistant on tensor is also using what google considers the most advanced speech recognition model ever released by the firm.

It also uses half the power and the high quality asr or automatic speech recognition model is also used to transcribe voice commands as well it's in long-running applications things like recorder and live caption without quickly or significantly draining the battery.

The assistant voice typing for editing and transcribed in an entirely hands-free manner.  Live translate with the pixel's translation quality improving up to 18 percent, this level of improvement typically takes multiple years of research according to google's.

Geekbench  listings suggest that tensor sits at top of the single core benchmark leaderboard with a score of over 1030 and a multi-core score of around 2750 and that places it just around the same levels as devices with the qualcomm snapdragon 865 at least in multi-core score.  Overall that seems pretty good for the first internal chip from google but it's in other areas that raw power and the google kind of touts the tensor chip itself.

Google will be making more chips of phones and potentially other form factors have been rumored and we would expect to see more tensor powered smartphones and then maybe hopefully some other hardware in the not too distant future.

Google's tensor chip is very exciting for the pixel 6 and 6 pro because of the new cpu. Hope this article helped you to gain some information about Tensor chip.

Latest AI and ML based India origin startup


Top Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Startup Companies 

Top Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Startup Companies

AI based startups are building great solutions using AI and ML in our current world,  These start up are solving problems that would have been impossible to solve couple of years ago.

Singapore-based robotics startup GreyOrange

First we are going to look at a Singapore-based robotics startup GreyOrange. GreyOrange was founded by Akash Gupta and Samay Kohli in Gurugram in 2011.  GreyOrange’s robots are making warehouses around the world more efficient and less labour intensive.  GreyOrange's robots are significantly more versatile and its because of  their collective AI-powered hive mind.

GreyMatter, enabling a variety of different kinds of robots in a warehouse to communicate with each other, collaborate, and use their combined knowledge to make decisions as a group.  Some of these robots pick things up, some of them move items from point A to point B and few of them sort of these items, but they’re all in constant, intelligent communication by the power of AI.

GreyOrange’s autonomous robots are used across 48 sites in countries around the world, and the startup has raised $170 million (₹1,250 crore) from their investors and at the time of this article.

out a Bengaluru-based agritech startup that's building AI-powered farming robo

Now lets check out a Bengaluru-based agritech startup that's building AI-powered farming robots, TartanSense was founded in 2015 by Jaisimha Rao, who is former Vice President of New York-based Blackrock.  TartanSense’s flagship product is their precision crop spraying robot BrijBot. BrijBot autonomously drives through rows of crops and assesses each individual plant using computer vision to see if they need to be sprayed with pesticides. If BrijBot concludes that the answer is yes, it can spray that one individual plant, without affecting any surrounding plants.  TartanSense doesnt actually sell individual robots Instead, they rent them out to farmers at an affordable price of ₹1,500 ($20.42) per acre, and these robots can run for eight hours on a single charge with no human intervention So far, TartanSense’s investors  have provided $7 million (₹51.4 crore) into the startup.

Gurugram-based AI-powered audio and video analytics startup Staqu Technologies

Next in our list a Gurugram-based AI-powered audio and video analytics startup Staqu Technologies. This has been founded by Anurag Saini, Atul Rai, Chetan Rexwal and Pankaj Kumar Sharma in 2015.  Staqu Technologies is using their AI-powered flagship product JARVIS which is short for Joint AI Research For Video Instances and Streams, to monitor and identify criminal behaviour through CCTV cameras.  

Once people involved in criminal activities are identified by JARVIS, it reports them to the police in real-time. In India recorded 4.2 million cognizable crimes in 2020. A AI-powered service like Staqu can really help to fill in the gaps. JARVIS has acquired great experience in serving the police are now it's being used by the startup in the private sector. This is helping companies to ensure that their employees are complying with safety and security protocols.

California-based startup called Safe Security

We will look at California-based startup called Safe Security which has been founded by Rahul Tyagi, Saket Modi and Vidit Baxi in 2012.  Safe Security began its journey as Lucideus at IIT Bombay, with the goal of helping businesses predict and prevent cyberattacks. Headquartered in United States in 2019, and have built a framework called SAFE, the Security Assessment Framework for Enterprises.  This framework, which is completely automated and AI-powered, assigns each person, piece of technology, and policy in the enterprise with a score between 0 and 5, 0 being not safe, and 5 being completely safe. This system allows Safe Security to find out how secure a company is at a micro and macro level, from a single individual, to a small team, to a department, and then of course the entire company, and using this knowledge they’re able to recommend measures that the company can take to protect themselves, which is exactly what their customers are doing. Safe Security’s investors had inves $49.2 million (₹362.4 crore) into the startup.

Bengaluru-based AI-powered digital onboarding solutions provider Signzy

Now we are going to look at a Bengaluru-based AI-powered digital onboarding solutions provider Signzy. Founded by Ankit Ratan, Ankur Pandey and Arpit Ratan in 2015, Signzy enables banks and other financial institutions to quickly and easily onboard new customers with AI-powered video KYC. KYC verification and approval are handled by a human, the customer onboarding process might take several hours or days, which obviously isn’t ideal. With Signzy though, information is extracted in real time from the prospective customer’s IDs, and this information is cross-referenced against the customer’s face, and government databases Signzy’s computer vision also identifies ID forgeries and anomalies, which is something that the human eye often misses. Today Signzy is used by hundred major banks, insurance firms, and asset management companies to onboard more than 150,000 users (1.5 lakh users) every month, which is why their investors has invested $12.6 million (₹92.6 crore) into the startup so far.

launched Vue.ai, which monitors a shoppers's behaviour

California-based AI-powered experience management startup Mad Street Den Founded by husband-wife duo Anand Chandrasekaran and Ashwini Asokan, along with Costa Colbert in 2013, Mad Street Den was founded in Chennai, and that’s where all of the R&D started.  Then they shifted their headquarters to the United States in 2016 and launched Vue.ai, which monitors a shoppers's behaviour on what colours or styles they seem to be interested in and how long they spend looking at a particular item on the e-commerce app or website and then it uses this information to recommend products that the customer might like. Since 2016, they’ve piled on a bunch of other value-adding features that make Vue.ai an attractive proposition for fashion companies like Diesel, Nodstrom, and Tata Cliq, among others. In June of 2021, Mad Street Den launched blox.ai, which helps companies to become AI-native, by giving them the tools to create and maintain data and customer experiences, and to automate business processes. This new offering has seen a very positive response with customers like Stanza Living, Trell, Cars24, and Tata. So far, Mad Street Den’s investors have invested $21.2 million (₹92.6 crore) into the startup.

conversational AI startup Yellow.ai

Bengaluru-based conversational AI startup Yellow.ai. Founded by Anik Das, Jaya Kishore Reddy, Raghu Ravinutala and Rashid Khan in 2016.  Yellow.ai, which was previously known as Yellow Messenger provides chatbots and voicebots as a service to businesses who are trying to automate their customer experience, but instead of providing custom solutions on a case-by-case basis Yellow.ai instead offers a scalable no-code platform that enables their customers to create their own chatbots. Using ML, these chatbots are trained and improved using archived conversations and they continue to get better the more they’re used. Recently, in June of 2021, yellow.ai also started providing voicebots to their customers as well, and today, more than 700 companies are using these AI-powered solutions to automate their customer experience in more than 100 languages To date, their investors have invested in $102.2 million (₹752.7 crore) into the startup.

Ai-powered personal robots for kid

Mumbai-based Emotix, a startup that’s making Ai-powered personal robots for kids Founded by Chintan Raikar, Prashant Iyengar and Sneh Vaswani in 2014.  Emotix’s robots use computer vision and facial recognition to identify and remember a child’s face, understand their mood, interpret and respond to their behaviour and ultimately engage them in educational conversations.  These conversations ofcourse also require the robot to have sophisticated speech recognition AI, as children tend to be less coherent in their speech than adults. What’s more Emotix’s flagship product, the Miko 2, is capable of listening and speaking in English, Hindi, Arabic, and Spanish and this is how they’ve managed to attract customers from over 140 countries. To date, the startup has raised $50.4 million (₹370.4 crore) from their investors.

AI-powered healthtech startup

Bengaluru-based AI-powered healthtech startup Niramai. Founded by Geetha Manjunath and Nidhi Mathur in 2016, Niramai was founded after Geetha lost her cousin to breast cancer in 2015. This experience opened her eyes to how big of a problem breast cancer, which is completely curable if diagnosed early, really is. In India, one woman gets diagnosed with breast cancer roughly every 4 minutes, and every 13 minutes, one dies, and the sad thing is that many of these deaths could be prevented by a simple breast examination but a lot of women don’t like the normal procedure of getting a mammogram done, as it involves the exposure and compression of that part of their body, which is where Niramai comes in,  they’re able to offer women a fully clothed, no-touch, radiation-free thermal screening solution that uses an AI-powered diagnostic engine called Thermalytix to detect breast cancer. This engine is completely automated, and requires very little in the way of training to use. Today, more than 70 hospitals and diagnostic centers are using Niramai, and their investors  have invested in $6.1 million (₹45 crore) into the startup so far.

Ai-powered delivery management platform FarEye

Noida-based Ai-powered delivery management platform FarEye. The idea for FarEye came to Gaurav Srivastava, Gautam Kumar, and Kushal Nahata while they were studying at Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology. These were the early years of Indian e-commerce, between 2005 and 2009, and logistics was a huge headache for customers. You would get multiple calls from drivers, asking you for directions and sometimes if they couldn’t find your house, they’d just give up. Things only got worse in the coming years, and so in 2013, these three founders started FarEye as a SaaS-based solution to some of the problems they had seen.  Today, FarEye helps e-commerce and delivery companies manage their supply chain and logistics from single platform. Using AI-powered algorithms, companies can use FarEye to make real-time decisions on how many drivers they need in any given area, the most efficient routes for those drivers to take, and which packages should be bundled together for multiple deliveries in a specific area. Today, more than 150 companies across 30 countries are using FarEye, and their investors have invested in $150.7 million (₹1,110 crore) into the startup so far 

Install Android Apps directly on Windows 11 via Amazon App Store


 Running android apps directly on Windows 11 via Amazon App Store

Running android apps directly on Windows 11 via Amazon App Store

Running android apps directly on Windows 11 without needing any third-party emulators or tools this is new functionality available in windows 11.

This is currently in preview, but it should soon be available to everyone; however, if you want to test it out right now, you can do it for free by joining the Windows Insider programme. This option will allow you to test all other features before they are released to the general public.


If you want to be a part of the programme, To register, go to the website listed above and click the register button. Once you've signed up for the programme, you'll be able to discover it in Windows Update and opt into the beta channel, which will allow you to run Android apps right away.

If you don't want to participate in this programme, that's fine; Windows 11 should have the capabilities in the next month or two.

To run Android apps, go to the Microsoft Store and enter in "any android app name" in the search area and you will get all of the results. Click on the app which says "mobile game," and this is how you'll find that it's an Android app.

Click on the app that says "mobile game,"

After you click on the app, you should see a message telling you to go to the Amazon App Store. This is because, in order to load Android apps, you must first go to the Amazon App Store. Microsoft uses the Amazon App Store, which is identical to the Amazon Fire Tablet's app store.

You'll need an Amazon account to get started, and you'll probably notice that a programme called "windows subsystem for android" is installed as well. Now let's download and restart of the Windows 11 PC will take some time.

windows subsystem for android

By login onto the Amazon app store after rebooting, you can install Android apps. The app shop sample is now limited to only 50 apps, however this will change over time, and the store should eventually feature the whole app store's library.

Amazon app store after rebooting, you can install Android apps

Are you confused about the differences between the Microsoft Store and the Amazon Store, and which one you should use to find Android apps?

Just go to amazon app store in Windows 11 and you will find android apps you might want.  After installation you can add the android app, games in to your start menu or you could pin it to your taskbar.

There's also the ability to snap the window and change its size; otherwise, it's exactly like any other Windows app.

Let's have a look at the Memory Usage. You can look at the resource use in the task manager, and it appears to be fairly reasonable. When consumers used android emulators, this was one of their main worries because they consume a lot of system resources. Now that it's included right into Windows, it appears to run smoothly.

We installed an app called "windows subsystem for android," and when you enter the settings, you can see all of the different files that your android apps saved to the virtualized environment. Users can choose whether it should start up when one of their Android apps is launched or run continually, depending on how quickly they want their apps to load.

This is how you can install Android apps and games on your Windows 11 computer; we won't say directly because it uses Amazon Store as a middleware.

Microsoft Office 2021 vs Microsoft 365 Comparison


Microsoft Office 2021 vs Microsoft 365 Comparison

Microsoft Office 2021 vs Microsoft 365 Comparison

We are going to look at the brand new microsoft office 2021 which just recently came out and we are going to compare it to microsoft 365.   If you want to get the desktop apps for word excel and powerpoint you'll have to choose one of these options before

What exactly is the difference between these two options?

The price and features provided with Office 2021 are the major considerations that will most likely influence your decision.

You pay a one-time charge and acquire a perpetual or lifetime licence to office, which means you won't have to pay Microsoft again if you're still using the copy of office you bought six years from now.

Office 2021 is available in two different versions. The first is home and student, which costs $150 and includes the desktop apps for Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote, and Microsoft Teams. The second is home and business, which costs a hundred dollars more, or $250, and includes everything in the home and student version plus the addition of Microsoft Outlook and the ability to use it for commercial purposes.

Does it seems to be a good deal? Read and decide

There are certain drawbacks. Microsoft clearly wants more people to choose the microsoft 365 option, but office 2021 can only be installed on one computer, so if you have two computers, you'll need to purchase another licence.

Also, you will not receive any feature updates, so what you buy is what you get. This is probably the best option if you despise subscription fees and don't care about getting all of Microsoft 365's latest features.

In a subscription model, we must continue to pay for the privilege of using Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Although Microsoft prefers this choice, why would someone pick a subscription over a one-time fee with Microsoft 365?

We'd actually pay less in the first two years with the individual plan (70 dollars per year), and we'd pay $100 per year with the family plan (good for up to six people). With Microsoft 365, you get everything you get in Office 2021, but you get even more, like 6 TB of storage space with the family plan, which is ideal for backing up photos and documents.

You may install office on up to 30 different devices with the family subscription, and you also receive 60 minutes of international Skype calling and access to other programmes such as access and publisher.

Other features and services will be updated over time as Microsoft continues to invest in it and release new features, and you will automatically receive them as part of your subscription.

The easiest way to see the difference is to draw a picture of it. Microsoft 365 is regularly updated, and new features are released on a regular basis, whereas Office is a one-time purchase, with new versions released every two to three years.

What's new in office 2021?

Real-time co-authoring and that's available in word excel and powerpoint and  this allows you to work with others on the same document. Remember the document should be stored in one drive.

Real-time co-authoring

Word there's something new called line focus which helps you read a document by just focusing on one line at a time.  Get access to modern comments you can see who's in your document at the same time there's also been a visual refresh and it matches the look of windows 11.

Rounded windows a more neutral color palette and just overall a softer look you also get access to stock images and icons you can use microsoft search in the apps to look for functionality or help in your documents.

Rounded windows a more neutral color palette

The updated draw tab where you could use this sketched style outline you could enter hex colors in the color picker.

Performance updates across the board and in excel there are now many new functions

New one called x lookup which is quite a bit better than vlookup it allows you to look things up in your spreadsheet

x lookup
Using of dynamic arrays like filter sort by

LET function, with the let function you can assign names to calculation results you can also use x match and with this function, you can search for a specified item in an array and you can get the relative position back

LET function

You can also set up various sheet views to help you get back to the view that you care about.

Powerpoint you can now record your presentation using video and audio you can also record your inking on a slide.

inking on a slide

Outlook you can now instantly search for messages and lastly you can also ink to annotate your message in outlook.

Microsoft Teams now comes bundled together with office previously you could download microsoft teams but now it just comes with office so you no longer have to go out to get it.

All new features which are developed and released, they just automatically became part of microsoft 365. We are going with microsoft 365 subscription that's because we produce videos on office latest functionality.  We also use 6 TB of space to back things up in one drive.

You can make a decision Based on your requirements.  All in all we as users are going to experience a great productivity tool bundled with latest technology.

Quick unboxing of New Google Pixel 6 Pro


Quick writeup of New Google Pixel 6 Pro

Quick writeup of New Google Pixel 6 Pro

Google little card presented inside the box, reads like 

for all you are introducing 6 pro completely redesigned it's a fully loaded google phone new camera system telephoto lens a 120 hertz display the titan m2 you know the tensor chip it's the smartest and fastest pixel ever this is going to be great

Google little card presented inside the box, reads like

The phone is a premium phone, and it comes with a USB 2 to USB C data transfer cable, as well as a USB c to USB c charging cable that enables 30 watt charging and a SIM card tool.

We'll start right here, and there are also accessories for the Pixel 6 Pro, including cases made of 30 percent recyclable plastic. With these new cases, Google is attempting to be a little more ecologically friendly, and they also offer a translucent look.

Let's take a closer look at the hardware. On the back, there's a new horizontal camera and a triple camera system. This phone has a 12 megapixel ultra wide camera, as well as a 50 megapixel wide camera and a 48 megapixel telephoto camera with a 4x optical zoom. On the right, there is a flash light. On the right side, there is a power button, and below that are the volume rockers for this device; on top, there is a microphone hole.

new horizontal camera and a triple camera system.

On first impressions, this phone feels a little bit more flagship grade, with the Google logo right there and nothing else at the bottom, and the material on the back is a gorilla glass victus.

This phone has a 6.71 inch ltpo amoled display with 120 hertz hdr 10 plus 19.59 aspect ratio 512 pixels per inch density that is 3120 by 1440p, as well as corning gorilla glass victus and an always on display.This phone definitely feels a little bit more flagship grade on first impressions, with the google logo right there and nothing else at the bottom.  The material on the back is a gorilla glass victus.

It has a 6.71-inch ltpo amoled display with a 120 hertz hdr 10 plus 19.59 aspect ratio 512 pixels per inch density of 3120 by 1440p, corning gorilla glass victus, and an always-on display.

The pixel 6 pro will be released with Android 12 and will have a Google tensor five nanometer processor, making it an all-Google phone, as well as a Mali G78 GPU.

The volume rocker appears to be in a location that some people may find appealing. There is an optical under display fingerprint sensor on this tablet as well.

The back of the Pixel 6 is also protected by the gorilla glass vic, which is ip68 dust and water resistant for 30 minutes at 1.5 metres.

Pixel 6 is also protected by the gorilla glass vic

With a 5k milliamp hour battery, the Pixel 6 weighs 210 grammes (7.41 ounces), which is a little more than you might expect from a Pixel. The buttons on the Pixel 6 are slightly larger.

The Android 12 operating system is also available for other Google Pixel devices. When you first pick up this phone, you may notice that the 120 hertz is pretty smooth.

our quick unboxing Google Pixel 6 PRO

So, this is our quick unboxing Google Pixel 6 PRO, comments your view and your thoughts.
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