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Huawei denies its phone alarm function 'favours Muslims' Huawei denies its phone alarm function 'favours Muslims'

Huawei issued a statement saying that the alarm function is designed for customers in overseas regions, and is not available in China


Far-right accounts lose Twitter verified tick Far-right accounts lose Twitter verified tick

Originally the site had chosen who to verify, and usually reserved the status for celebrities, public officials and journalists


Kaspersky defends its role in NSA breach Kaspersky defends its role in NSA breach

The Wall Street Journal report said the Russian government had secretly scanned computers using Kaspersky software to spy on the US government


US approves first pill with digital tracking device US approves first pill with digital tracking device

The pill, called Abilify MyCite (aripiprazole tablets with sensor), is designed for patients with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depression


Newly discovered nearby planet could support life Newly discovered nearby planet could support life

The planet is about the same size as Earth, and it may have a similar surface temperature, making it a temperate world that could support life


UK supermarkets try face-based ID and payment system Supermarkets try face-based ID system

It would enable shops to check the age of customers buying restricted products such as alcohol and knives, without human intervention


Scientists warn of 'giant leap backward' at climate talks Scientists warn of 'giant leap backward' at climate talks

Global CO2 emissions for 2017 were estimated at a record 41 billion tonnes


China dominates top supercomputers list

China dominates top supercomputers list

The communist nation accounts for 202 of the globe's highest performance machines


Fuel removal device installed at meltdown-hit Fukushima reactor Fuel removal device installed at meltdown-hit Fukushima reactor

TEPCO has already removed fuel rods from unit No. 4 whose reactor core was empty when the tsunami crashed ashore


Over 1.3 lakh Indians 'book ticket' to Mars Over 1.3 lakh Indians 'book ticket' to Mars

NASA invited members of the public to send their names which will be carried on the InSight mission to Mars



US rocket launch aborted after small plane enters airspace Small aircraft scuppers rocket launch

The unmanned cargo ship was about to be launched en route to the International Space Station (ISS)


IBM in race to top quantum computing IBM in race to top quantum computing

Company's scientists have successfully built and measured a processor prototype with 50 quantum bits


Hydrogen-powered trains to run on German rails from 2021 Hydrogen-powered trains to run on German rails from 2021

Rail passenger in Germany will be able to travel on the world's first hydrogen-powered trains


Facebook founding president sounds alarm Facebook founding president sounds alarm

Sean Parker, Facebook’s founding president, unloads his worries and criticisms of the network, saying he had no idea what he was doing of its creation


Twitter halts 'broken' verified-profile system Twitter halts 'broken' verification system

Typically, prominent people, including musicians, journalists and company executives, get a blue icon on their profile after proving their identity


Self-drive shuttle bus in crash on first day Self-drive shuttle bus in crash on first day

The vehicle - carrying “several” passengers - collided with a lorry driving at slow speed


NASA seeks nickname for New Horizons flyby target NASA seeks nickname for New Horizons flyby target

Scientists at NASA have started a campaign inviting the public to choose an informal name for the New Horizons mission's next flyby target


Bangladeshi app developers to sell products on Google Play
Bangladeshi app developers to sell products on Google Play

The state minister said this recent facility will surely open a new window of opportunity before our mobile application developers


Twitter to double tweet limit to 280 characters Twitter to double tweet limit to 280 characters

It is the first time the tweet character cap has been raised since Twitter was founded 11 years ago


Earth likely to turn into a fireball by 2600: Stephen Hawking Earth likely to turn into a fireball by 2600: Stephen Hawking

Scientists believe that it may host planets that could foster life, just like earth




Paradise Papers: Apple's secret tax bolthole revealed Apple's secret tax bolthole revealed

The Paradise Papers is the name for a huge leak of financial documents that is throwing light on the world of offshore finance


1 million users downloaded fake WhatsApp 1 million users downloaded fake WhatsApp

App tried to get users to install another dodgy programme


Digital World-2017 knocking on door Digital World-2017 knocking on door

Bangladesh is ready now in every aspect of the ICT-ecosystem, the Digital World 2017 will showcase Bangladesh's developments to the local


Return of the comet: 96P spotted by ESA, NASA satellites Return of the comet: 96P spotted by ESA, NASA satellites

The comet entered the lower right corner of SOHO's view on October 25, and skirted up and around the right edge before leaving on Oct 30


Apple iPhone X gestures and how to kill running apps Apple iPhone X gestures and how to kill running apps

On the iPhone X, it has to swipe up from the bottom edge of the screen to minimise and app and access the home screen in the process


China to build world's highest planetarium in Tibet next year China to build world's highest planetarium in Tibet

The planetarium, which is China's first, will have the region's largest optical astronomical telescope, with a 1- meter-diameter lens


'We need to do more' about misinformation, Google says 'We need to do more' about misinformation, Google says

Brittin also said Google was committed to developing its European operations, which count about 14,000 employees


Beware! Fake version of WhatsApp found on Google Play Store Fake version of WhatsApp found on Google Play Store

The software posing as WhatsApp Business already have several users complaining about it in comments section


Apple's iPhone X hits Asia stores as profits soar Apple's iPhone X hits Asia stores as profits soar

Release of the earnings figures pushed Apple shares up more than three percent to $173.20


Twitter adopts 'safeguards' after Trump account shutdown Twitter adopts 'safeguards' after Trump account shutdown

On the attack on Trump's favored means of communication, Twitter says, "we take this seriously and our teams are on it"


Twitter employee 'deactivated' Trump account on last day Twitter employee takes down Trump account

The account was down for 11 minutes, and Twitter is now investigating


Facebook pressured to notify people who saw Russian posts Facebook pressured to notify people who saw Russian posts

US lawmakers and some tech analysts are pressing the company to identify users who were served about 80,000 posts on Facebook


10 commercial satellites launched from California 10 commercial satellites launched from California

The satellites are designed to gather medium- and high-resolution multispectral images of Earth


Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users facing freezing issues when opening contacts Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users facing freezing issues

Google’s Pixel 2 XL also seems to facing major issues, such as the screen burn-in, audio recording, and random crashes when using Android Auto



Malaysian data breach sees 46 million phone numbers leaked Breach affects 46 million phone customers

The leaked information includes mobile numbers, unique phone serial numbers, as well as home addresses


'Monster' planet discovery stuns scientists 'Monster' planet discovery stuns scientists

NGTS-1b, a massive, 986-degrees-hot ball of gas revolving around a red M-dwarf star 600 light years from Earth, is the largest planet


iPhone-8 launched in Bangladesh iPhone-8 launched in Bangladesh

Compustar PVT Limited (CPL), the authorised distributor of iPhone in Bangladesh, launched the new iPhone 8 at a ceremony at its Gulshan office


Russia-linked posts 'reached' 126m Facebook users in US Russia posts 'reached' 126m Facebook users

Facebook says 80,000 posts linked to Russia were produced before and after the US election in 2016

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