- October 14, 2017
Due to maintenance work, Bangladesh will switch to the new cable, causing a loss of speed
Officials claim the maintenance work won’t disrupt internet service
Prime Minister’s ICT Adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy will inaugurate PayPal service on October 19, the second day of the ICT Expo 2017 set to kick off next Wednesday in Dhaka. However, Bangladeshi users will only be able to receive their earnings through PayPal once it is inaugurated, which means its services will be limited in the country. Here is an illustration on how PayPal actually works
The most popular online money transfer service in the world will be launched in Bangladesh next week
The project in partnership with Facebook will provide training to 10,000 youths on digital marketing
Funded by UNDP and USAID, the foundation will ensure an easy, affordable and reliable access to quality public services
According to an official document, 18,500 map-sheets have also been scanned and indexed under the ‘Digital Land Management’ project, that began in July, 2011 and ended in June, 2016.
During his one-day visit, Haupter met with Bangladesh Bank Governor Fazle Kabir and Finance Minister AMA Muhit
State Minister for ICT Division Zunaid Ahmed Palak made the statement after inaugurating a day-long job fair organised at Sheikh Hasina Software Technology Park in Jessore.
The device costs Tk13,055 ($159), same as Apple’s AirPods
AdSense works by matching text and display ads to your site based on your content and visitors
The new iPhone X (ten) is bringing more than just a new look to its design
Google will acquire a team of people who develop Pixel smartphones
Gmail users can simply click on the address hyperlink and it will open in Google Maps
Customers will be able to see a detailed profile and ratings for the assigned ‘tasker’ on the app
The decision to remove the channel was reported earlier on Sunday in the Wall Street Journal
The home button is gone, and users instead tap the device to wake it up
Huawei introduces new Y series smartphone with bigger battery and better gaming experience
Bangladesh will receive another 1,500Gbps bandwidth from its second submarine cable network, but does this mean broadband internet service will improve?