Top-earning you tubers of 2021, according to Forbes

January 17, 2022

The only 23-year-old American Jimmy Donaldson, better known as MrBeast named the highest paid you tuber of 2021, according to Forbes.
He is the new number one among you tube stars; with a total of more than ten million views for his videos, he earned of an estimated 54 million Read more

‘Baby Shark’ makes YouTube history with 10 billion views

January 14, 2022

Children’s song Baby Shark on Thursday, January 13, became the first-ever video to cross the 10 billion views mark on YouTube.
The viral hit, released by South Korean company Pinkfong in 2016, managed the feat just over a year since being crowned the most-viewed video on YouTube in November 2020, dethroning Read more

An Introduction to eSIM in Bangladesh : Let’s take a look

January 3, 2022

In recent times eSIM has been stretching as the next step in mobile technology. It is a new technology that’s changing the way we connect, travel and do business.
But What is eSIM, how does an eSIM work, and is it worth having?
Can we use it in Bangladesh? Let’s take a look Read more

Samsung Galaxy A03s launched in Bangladesh market

October 9, 2021

Samsung has launched its newest member in the Galaxy A-series- the Galaxy A03s in the Bangladesh market, said a press release issued on Saturday.
The smartphone sports a massive battery, powerful processor, stunning camera, and a host of other innovative features at a great value Read more

What’s new in Microsoft’s Windows 11?

October 7, 2021

Microsoft announced that Windows 11 will start to become available from today. Eligible Windows 10 PCs will gradually receive a free upgrade, newer PC purchases will come pre-loaded with Windows 11, and updates will roll out to all PCs in phases. This is the first Windows upgrade in 5 years. Much has been speculated regarding the new features Read more

Nokia Launches the T20 Tablet with 15 hours of battery life, 2K display

October 6, 2021

The Nokia name is back on an Android tablet – for only the second time in its history – with the arrival of the Nokia T20. HMD Global, which owns the rights to the Nokia brand name for mobile devices, says the T20 is everything you’d expect from a Nokia smartphone, but in a tablet. This means long battery life, durability, and software longevity Read more

Robi brings co-branded smartphone Maximus R1 Pro

October 6, 2021

Robi has launched a co-branded 4G smartphone named ‘Maximus R1 Pro’ with the smartphone brand, Maximus. The new Maximus R1 Pro 4G device is packed with features and characteristics that make it particularly appealing for customers who are looking for a quality smartphone within budget. Interested one can Pre Book this newly launched smartphone from Read more

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp come back online after massive outage

October 5, 2021

Facebook on Monday began restoring access to its platform as well as to Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger after a global outage lasting about six hours (Error-reporting website Downdetector recorded an outage for about six hours) shut out many of its 2.7 billion global users, idled some of the company’s employees and prompted a public apology from the chief Read more

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp down in major outage

October 4, 2021

Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp users worldwide reported being unable to access apps and websites belonging to the services on Monday evening.
Error reporting Downdetector showed the services stopped working shortly before 8pm, with over 20,000 reports of issues with Facebook and Read more

iPhone 13 is likely to debut on September 14

September 8, 2021

Apple’s latest series of 5G-enabled iPhones (iPhone 13) is highly likely to debut in an event that will take place on September 14. The event, which will have the tagline “California streaming,” will be streamed online from the iPhone maker’s headquarters in Apple Park, California, the company said on Tuesday.
The company did not disclose which products it is going to launch, but Read more

Samsung Z Fold3 5G and Z Flip3 5G preorders skyrocket

September 3, 2021

Redefining the smartphone experiences to a significant extent, Samsung introduced its ‘Galaxy Z Fold3 5G’ and ‘Galaxy Z Flip3 5G’ android handsets to the global market quite recently. And perhaps to nobody’s surprise, these two models have received a grand market success with their innovational dazzle! In Bangladesh, preorders for Samsung Z Flip3 5G and Read more

OPPO introduces the A16

September 3, 2021

Global smart device brand OPPO has launched its new smartphone from the A series – OPPO A16 – in the Bangladeshi market.
Accompanied by MediaTek Helio G35 octa-core processor, 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM, a large battery and AI Triple Camera setup, OPPO A16 is also equipped with Read more

Pi calculated to new record of 62.8 trillion figures claims Swiss scientists

August 19, 2021

Scientists in Switzerland have set a new record for the value of the mathematical constant pi. With the help of powerful supercomputers, the scientists in Switzerland have obtained the mathematical constant pi (π) down to 62.8 trillion digits. This approximation beat the previous world record of 50 trillion decimal places, and was performed 3.5 times quicker Read more

Vivo launches the Y53s in Bangladesh

August 16, 2021

Vivo launched of its latest smartphone, Y53s, in Bangladesh. The phone is equipped with a massive 5,000 mAh battery and 33W FlashCharge technology, triangular camera setup of 64 MP Rear Camera, 2MP Bokeh camera and a 2MP macro camera. The smartphone also has an advanced Multi-Style Portrait feature, which uses Bokeh effects, AI Face Beauty, and tone adjustments, and Read more

Microsoft: Windows XP anti-malware support to last into 2015

January 17, 2014

Although the software giant will stop providing updates to the venerable OS this April, it will keep offering anti-malware updates until July 2015. 
Microsoft said Wednesday that although it will stop supporting Windows XP this April, it will continue providing anti-malware updates for the venerable OS through July of next year.
“Microsoft has announced the Windows XP end of support date of April 8, 2014,” the software giant said in a blog post. “After this date, Windows XP will no Read more

Samsung unveils its Bendable TV

January 8, 2014

Samsung has shown off the Bendable TV – an 85in (216cm) prototype that allows the curvature of its screen to be adjusted by remote control. The LED (light-emitting diode) set was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. LG has also announced a smaller 77in (196cm) flexible TV of its own that is based on OLED (organic light-emitting diode) Read more

Panic button app in smartphones

November 18, 2013

Smartphone users can now set off a personal panic button to alert family and friends that they are in danger. PanicMe fires off alerts of differing levels of importance to a chosen network of contacts if the user feels threatened or vulnerable.
The sender’s location is then pinpointed using GPRS and potential responders can see Read more

Google launches Nexus 5 handset with Android Kitkat

November 1, 2013

Google has officially unveiled the latest incarnation of its flagship Nexus smartphone. 
Made by LG, the handset is smaller, slimmer and lighter than the Nexus 4 but its 4.96in (126mm) touchscreen is bigger. The Nexus 5 has been developed to show off the capabilities of the new version of the Android operating system. Called Kitkat, the software has been designed to work well on both high-end smartphones and cheaper feature phones. The alliance Read more

Technology keeps young adults from walking

October 22, 2013

A quarter of young adults aged between 18 and 24 only walk an average of five minutes a day, according to Bupa who surveyed 2,000 people. Parents aged 42-54 years old blamed technology for keeping the young adults in the UK from walking and said they walked more than their children do when they were their age. The top excuse given by young adults Read more

Mobile phone celebrates 40th anniversary

April 3, 2013

The first mobile phone call was made 40 years ago today, on 3 April 1973.
Martin Cooper, a senior engineer at Motorola, called a rival colleague at another telecoms company and announced he was speaking from “a ‘real’ cellular telephone”.
In 2012 a report carried out by the International Telecommunication Union found that there were six billion mobile phone subscriptions worldwide. Read more

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