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Twitter eases 140-character limit in replies  Twitter eases 140-character limit in replies

Twitter has found more creative ways to ease its 140-character limit without officially raising it.…


Samsung eyes rebound with Galaxy S8 phones, virtual assistant Samsung eyes rebound with Galaxy S8 phones, virtual assistant

As Samsung's top-line handsets, the Galaxy S8 models will challenge the latest Apple iPhones


BTRC to finalise 4G licensing guideline by April 4G licensing guideline by April

Bangladesh will use the 700 megahertz spectrum for LTE technology to enable the operators to offer 4G services


Japan scientist eyes energy burst from 'typhoon turbine' Japan scientist eyes energy burst from 'typhoon turbine'

Shimizu's egg-beater shaped creation responds to wind coming from any direction and doesn't use a propeller to spin


Quadriplegic man regains use of arm in medical first Quadriplegic man regains use of arm in medical first

A bike crash left the American man paralysed from the shoulders down before the surgery


First ever innovative bamboo telecom tower deployed in Dhaka Innovative bamboo telecom tower deployed in Dhaka

The innovation of the bamboo tower is the outcome of the joint collaboration between BUET and mobile phone tower company edotco


Samsung plans to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7s Samsung plans to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7s

The company also plans to recover and use or sell reusable components such as chips and camera modules and extract rare metals used in Note 7s


Smartphone may help men test infertility at home Smartphone may help men test infertility at home

A disposable microchip with a capillary tip and a rubber bulb is used for simple, power-free semen sample handling


Google doodle celebrates Bangladesh Independence Day Google doodle celebrates Bangladesh Independence Day

The doodle, featuring the national flag of Bangladesh, has been seen above the search box on the homepage of Google since early Sunday, March 26


Facebook goes Live, targets gamers Facebook goes Live, targets gamers

Facebook will now be rolling out the function to its 1.5 billion users, directly via their existing accounts


Instagram to censor sensitive content on your feed Instagram to censor sensitive content on your feed

Instagram rolls out a new update wherein it will put a screen (blur) over the sensitive content of your Instagram feed


WikiLeaks says CIA hacks on Apple devices can persist WikiLeaks says CIA hacks on Apple devices can persist

Security experts say the exploits are plausible, but suggest they pose little threat to typical users


Apple denies iCloud, Apple ID breach after hackers threaten to wipe data Apple denies iCloud, Apple ID breach after hackers threaten to wipe data

The hackers claim to have access to nearly 559 million Apple email and iCloud accounts


Apple launches iPhone 7, 7 Plus in red Apple launches iPhone 7, 7 Plus in red

The special edition (PRODUCT) RED iPhone will be available to order online worldwide and in stores beginning Friday, March 24


Scientists uproot dinosaur family tree Scientists uproot dinosaur family tree

A new dinosaur evolutionary tree proposes two new base groups, in which bird- and reptile-hipped lizards are now mixed


Samsung Mobile launches Galaxy A7 2017 in Bangladesh Samsung Galaxy A7 2017 launched in BD

The Galaxy A7 2017 is available in two stylish colors – Black and Gold in all authorized Samsung stores


Apple launches new $329 9.7-inch iPad, replaces iPad Air 2 Apple launches new $329 9.7-inch iPad, replaces iPad Air 2

The iPad will start arriving next week in Apple retail stores, select carriers and Apple authorized resellers in more than 20 countries


Stephen Hawking will travel to space Stephen Hawking will travel to space

The cosmologist and physicist will leave the Earth on board Richard Branson’s spaceship


Uber president quits after six months on the job Uber president quits after six months on the job

Uber, which is not publicly traded, is worth about $70 billion and operates in dozens of countries


SpaceX Dragon capsule returns to Earth SpaceX Dragon capsule returns to Earth

The SpaceX Dragon capsule returns to Earth with a full load of science samples after its mission to the International Space Station


Now, check the weather in virtual reality Now, check the weather in virtual reality

The app will enable users to stand in the middle of tornados and other extreme weather events that have been captured in 360-degree video


1 billion Yahoo accounts on sale, despite hacking indictments: Report 1 billion Yahoo accounts on sale

The authorities were tight-lipped about their investigation of the 2013 attack, which is the largest known breach of a private company’s computer


Over 187,000 iOS apps could stop working, survey reveals Over 187,000 iOS apps could stop working, survey reveals

About 8% of all applications in the App Store would be affected by the possible removal of 32-bit support in iOS 11


Sony patent reveals tech for wireless charge-sharing Sony patent reveals tech for wireless charge-sharing

Sony looks to be working on a way of keeping our devices charged up using wireless sharing technology, according to a new patent


Noise-cancelling headphones: the secret survival tool for modern life Noise-cancelling headphones: the secret survival tool for modern life

Headphones that block out sound were first invented for airplane pilots on long flights and have for some become a vital part of daily life


Google hopes to improve search quality with 'offensive' flag  Google hopes to improve search quality with 'offensive' flag

The guidelines, which run 160 pages, are an interesting look into how Google ranks the quality of its search results


Microsoft's Windows 10 'Creators Update' Microsoft's Windows 10 'Creators Update'

The Creators Update will also include a new Game Mode, 3D Paint, mixed reality headsets support, a picture-in-picture mode


World's oldest plant-like fossils found in India World's oldest plant-like fossils found in India

Scientists find fossils of 1.6 billion-year-old probable red algae in India, which may be the oldest evidence of plant-like life found on the Earth


Headphone batteries explode, injures passenger on flight to Australia Headphone batteries explode, injures passenger on flight

The passenger was listening to music on her own battery-operated headphones as she dozed on the flight from Beijing to Melbourne on February 19


Facebook tightens privacy Facebook tightens privacy

The policy clarification followed an ACLU report last October that Facebook, Twitter and Instagram “provided user data access to Geofeedia


Dual rear Camera Smartphone helio S25 hits market Dual rear Camera Smartphone helio S25 hits market

Local handset manufacture Edison group has brought the Smartphone which was unveiled by its Chairman Aminur Rashid in a ceremony in a city hotel


Facebook says its data can't be used for 'surveillance' Facebook says its data can't be used for 'surveillance'

Facebook says it has already taken action against developers who created or marketed tools meant to be used for surveillance


Huawei P10 beats iPhone 7, 7 Plus at camera tests Huawei P10 beats iPhone 7, 7 Plus at camera tests

The Huawei P10 sports a dual-camera setup with 20MP and 12MP rear modules along with an 8MP front-camera with f/1.9 aperture


NASA’s Europa Clipper to search for alien life on Jupiter’s moon NASA’s Europa Clipper to search for alien life on Jupiter’s moon

The mission plan includes 40 to 45 flybys, during which the spacecraft would image the moon’s icy surface at high resolution


NASA's new ozone layer watchdog takes orbit NASA's new ozone layer watchdog takes orbit

The ozone layer is no longer thinning, but we need to keep an eye on it


Mona Lisa's smile decoded: science says she's happy Mona Lisa's smile decoded: science says she's happy

The portrait appears to many to be smiling sweetly at first, only to adopt a mocking sneer or sad stare the longer you look


Scientists grow potato under Mars-like conditions in Peru Scientists grow potato under Mars-like conditions in Peru

"Preliminary results are positive," the International Potato Center (CIP) says after a potato grew under simulated Mars atmospheric condition in Peru


Latest 'iPhone 8' and Samsung Galaxy S8 rumor roundup Latest 'iPhone 8' and Samsung Galaxy S8 rumor roundup

The S8 is slated to be announced March 29 -- which Samsung has confirmed -- at the Samsung Unpacked event in New York City


IBM figures out how to store data on a single atom IBM figures out how to store data on a single atom

Currently, a hard drive takes around 100,000 atoms to store one bit of data

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