Google XL price Breakdown

Grab the 32GB Pixel with Daydream View for just $524. With the Pixel 2 on the horizon, Google has started offering lucrative discounts on the Pixel and Pixel XL. The 32GB Pixel is on sale for $524, a $125 discount from its retail price. The Pixel XL, meanwhile, is seeing a $200 decrease in price, and is now available for just $569 for the 32GB variant and $669 for the 128GB model. Google is also throwing in a free Daydream View with every order — just add the VR headset to your cart along with either the Pixel or Pixel XL. Here’s the breakdown of the new pricing: 32GB Google Pixel – $524 – down from $649 ($125 off) 128GB Google Pixel – $624 – down from $749 ($125 off) 32GB Google Pixel XL – $569 – down from $769 ($200 off) 128GB Google Pixel

via Google slashes price of Pixel and Pixel XL by up to $200, throws in a free Daydream View — AIVAnet

The Hidden meanings…

. Because we all need a laugh now and again, I simply had to share this snippet that I stumbled across in an old email 🙂 I hope you enjoy it as much as I did 🙂 . Takeaway: Before joining the help desk elite, unseasoned techs must master the hidden meaning of phrases used during […]

via Unlock the Hidden Meanings – #Technology #Humor — Booknvolume

That would be great…..

Ever since our close look at an alleged render of the next iPhone back in May, there have been rumors of 3D face scanning plus a large screen-to-body ratio flying about. Today, we finally bring you some solid evidence about these features, courtesy o… from Engadget RSS Feed via IFTTT

via Firmware shows the next iPhone will use infrared face unlock — mikeadamslive

Galaxy S8 or S8+? now you have the better choice

As Verizon’s GS8 gets its Daydream VR update, Google CEO Sundar Pichai says a total of 11 Daydream phones will be available by the end of 2017. It was promised back at Google I/O, and now the Samsung Galaxy S8 has started receiving firmware updates to enable Google’s Daydream VR platform. As spotted by 9to5Google, the update is hitting Verizon models first in the U.S., and also brings the option to hide the navigation bar — a feature which arrived on international and Indian GS8s in June. GS8 owners should be able to enjoy a great VR experience with Daydream, thanks to its low-latency, high pixel density (especially on the smaller model) and subpixel rendering. The rollout is likely to be staggered across various carriers and regions though, so it could be a few more weeks until all Galaxy S8 variants are updated.

via Galaxy S8 Daydream rollout begins as Google promises support on 11 phones by end of year — AIVAnet

The Best Buy of the season

The HTC U11 is getting a new model, and it’s even better than before. HTC’s U11 flagship is one of the year’s best phones so far, and the company is doing everything it can to get it into as many peoples’ hands as possible. Starting today, July 25, you can order a 128GB version of […]

via You can now order the HTC U11 with 128GB storage and 6GB RAM — mikeadamslive

One way to understand the Digital planet

A Mr. Magazine™ Musing… You may say I’m a dreamer But I’m not the only one I hope someday you’ll join us And the world will be as one “Imagine” John Lennon… Perhaps John Lennon said it best. But when it comes to print, Mr. Magazine™ has also perhaps been a dreamer his entire life. […]

via Print Proud, Digital Smart… — Mr. Magazine

Do’s and Don’t: Marketing

It is often easy to forget to keep track of what is happening out there in the markets you are serving. You have targets to reach, spreadsheets to finish, worries over complacent distributors, etc. You cannot visit all your markets every month but when serving any markets and channels you must have an idea […]

via How to keep on top on what is happening in your markets — Optimum Export

International Justice Day

Have a nice Monday! Start your work with #Beautiful and #RainyMonday and today is a international #justiceday .I think Justice and Law are two side of coin, when you are going to Toss it you are getting only wait and watch.

#internationalshopping , #onlineshopping, #internationaljusticeday,

“Make in India” thing has gone for a ride

Amazon has topped up its investment in its India business with another $260 million. The funding was disclosed in regulatory documents filed last month and first reported by Indian financial publication Mint. Read More

via Amazon puts an additional $260M into its Indian business — TechCrunch