- June 20, 2017
A unique gathering of of 90 coding-obsessed girls from the three madrasas took part in the programme called Toppled: A Unique Tech Exhibition, hosted by Leaping Boundaries at the EMK Centre in Dhaka on Thursday.
The social media giant plans to offer these tools in other countries based on what it learns in India
The measures announced on Sunday follow a call by the Group of Seven leaders last month for the online giants to do more to curb online extremist content.
The hacker posted a gif of Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta in a challenging pose from the legendary Dragon Ball GT anime
An ICT Division official, asking for anonymity, said preliminary findings point towards Indian hackers
The plant will initially manufacture televisions, refrigerators, microwave oven and air conditioners for the local market
The best way to protect against these kinds of attacks is to ensure that your machine has updated its security patches
Verizon Communications Inc said on Tuesday it closed its $4.48 billion acquisition of Yahoo Inc’s core business and that Marissa Mayer, chief executive of the internet company, had resigned
‘We are working with the government to ease people’s search for clean usable public toilets’
Kalanick’s leave of absence follows a day-long board meeting on Sunday
‘We would like to thank Microsoft Bangladesh for their stellar support and our customers for trusting in Aamra with our innovative solutions’
The competition held from held June 1-3 at the Mars Desert Research Station
An Uber executive obtained the medical records of a woman who said she was raped by a driver of the taxi-app firm in India, according to a report
Sniffer is triggered when the gas concentration in a room crosses 200ppm and alerts the residents of the household.
The government says the deal will further facilitate e-commerce in Bangladesh
The update brings WhatsApp even more in line with Instagram
Perkins Coie investigated 215 staff complaints going back as far as 2012
Apple is expected to announce plans to make its Siri voice assistant work with a larger variety of apps
Twitter also said it was working to tackle the spread of militant propaganda on its website
‘Expanding our network in densely populated areas of Dhaka city has always been a challenge, mainly because of space restrictions in deploying conventional solutions’