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Facebook makes changes in its ongoing attempt to limit misinformation Facebook makes changes in its ongoing attempt to limit misinformation

Facebook announces more than a dozen updates about how it is addressing misinformation and other problematic content on Facebook, Messenger


Xiaomi's founder got a nearly $1 billion bonus and is donating it all to charity Xiaomi's founder got a nearly $1 billion bonus and is donating it all to charity

Xiaomi said in regulatory filing Wednesday that Lei Jun is receiving more than 636.6 million shares as a bonus for "his contributions to the company"


A mysterious species related to humans has been discovered A mysterious species related to humans has been discovered

There's a new addition to the family tree: an extinct species of human that's been found in the Philippines


First ever image of a black hole captured by astronomers First ever image of a black hole captured by astronomers

Astronomers on Wednesday unveiled the first photo of a black hole, one of the star-devouring monsters scattered throughout the Universe


Facebook tweaks tools for remembering dead friends Facebook tweaks tools for remembering dead friends

Facebook says it will use artificial intelligence to help find profiles of people who have died so their friends and family members won’t get


Google Maps lets users report when traffic slows due to jams Google Maps lets users report when traffic slows due to jams

The feature just began rolling out and is not yet available to all users yet. Google has not confirmed whether it will roll out to iOS users, as well


Flickr adds photo theft detection tools Flickr adds photo theft detection tools

Photo-sharing website Flickr is to offer subscribers copy-protection tools that can detect if their images have been used without permission


Sony creates colossal 16K screen in Japan Sony creates colossal 16K screen in Japan

The biggest 16K screen of its kind will shortly go on show in Japan


Bitcoin mining ban considered by China's economic planner Bitcoin mining ban considered by China's economic planner

Bitcoin creation has joined a list of activities facing a ban in China


Facebook to use AI to respect the dead Facebook to use AI to respect the dead

Facebook has said it is working on using artificial intelligence to prevent a common problem: receiving notifications about deceased friend


Digital multi-level car parking opens at DMP Digital multi-level car parking opens at DMP

Inspector General of Police Mohammad Javed Patwary inaugurated the eight-storey digital car par parking facility at the DMP office building


Sonia Bashir quitting Microsoft
Sonia Bashir quitting Microsoft

The managing director of Microsoft Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, Bhutan and Laos, is going to leave the company after almost five years of service


ITU to assist Bangladesh in ICT development ITU to assist Bangladesh in ICT development

The assurance came during a meeting between Bangladesh’s State Minister for ICT Zunaid Ahmed Palak and ITU Secretary-General Houlin Zhao in Geneva


Climate change: European team to drill for 'oldest ice' in Antarctica Climate change: European team to drill for 'oldest ice' in Antarctica

An ambitious project to retrieve a continuous record of Earth's atmosphere and climate stretching back 1.5 million years is officially "go"


Rose Marie lived for 99 years with organs in all the wrong places Rose Marie lived for 99 years with organs in all the wrong places

Bentley was so special she deserved her own unique spot in medical literature and history books


Huawei wi-fi modules were pulled from Pakistan CCTV system Huawei wi-fi modules were pulled from Pakistan CCTV system

Huawei removed wi-fi transmitting cards from a Pakistan-based surveillance system's CCTV cabinets after they were discovered by the project's staff


GP hits 1 crore 4G internet users GP hits 1 crore 4G internet users

The introduction of 4G last year ushered in a new era of digitalization in the country with a promise to put high-speed internet


Spacewalking astronauts tackle battery, cable work Spacewalking astronauts tackle battery, cable work

The new cabling will provide a backup power circuit for the station's Canadian-made robot arm and expand wireless communications


Egypt tomb: Mummified mice found in 'beautiful' ancient chamber Mummified mice found in Egyptian tomb

The mice and other animals surrounded two mummified human bodies


Australia targets tech firms with 'abhorrent material' laws Australia targets tech firms with 'abhorrent material' laws

Australia has passed controversial laws which could see tech companies face penalties - including jail for executives


DNA pioneer Sydney Brenner dies DNA pioneer Sydney Brenner dies

Sydney Brenner, One of the giants discoveries in the field of molecular and developmental biology of 20th Century science, has died


Google's ethics board shut down Google's ethics board shut down

An independent group set up to oversee Google's artificial intelligence efforts, has been shut down less than a fortnight after it was launched


Scientists set to unveil first picture of a black hole Scientists set to unveil first picture of a black hole

Astronomers began speculating about these omnivorous “dark stars” in the 1700s, and since then indirect evidence has slowly accumulated


India weighs ban on popular online game after deaths India weighs ban on popular online game after deaths

A boy’s suicide this week in southern India after his mother scolded him for playing a popular online game has inflamed a national debate


edotco wins best telecom tower company award in Asia Pacific edotco wins best telecom tower company award in Asia Pacific

This is the third time the company is being recognised in this category on the Asia Pacific level, after being recognised in 2018


More delays for Boeing’s new space capsule for astronauts More delays for Boeing’s new space capsule for astronauts

The Starliner capsule was supposed to make its debut this month but the first test flight is now off until August


Samsung starts mass production of 5G chips, modem Samsung starts mass production of 5G chips, modem

Samsung has been an innovator in mobile communication technologies with a strong portfolio of market-proven solutions


World's first 5G phone released in South Korea World's first 5G phone released in South Korea

Samsung Electronics releases the Galaxy S10 5G, the world's first available smartphone with built-in fifth-generation communications technology


Google disbands artificial intelligence ethics board Google disbands artificial intelligence ethics board

Google on Thursday confirmed that it has disbanded a recently assembled artificial intelligence ethics…


Ban TikTok, it's 'encouraging pornography': Madras High Court Ban TikTok, it's 'encouraging pornography': Madras HC

TikTok, an app that allows users to create and share short videos with special effects, has over 54 million monthly active users


New plane wing moves like a bird's and could change aircraft design New plane wing moves like a bird's and could change aircraft design

The new wing is constructed from thousands of units that fit together and function in a similar way to a bird's wing


South Korea launches 5G networks early to secure world first S. Korea launches 5G networks early to secure world first

South Korea launches the world’s first commercial 5G mobile network on April 3, beating the US, Japan and others to the punch


4G mobile services not available outside Dhaka: BTRC No 4G mobile services outside Dhaka

During the drive tests, it was found that minimum download speed of at least 7mbps could not be ensured by the top three mobile operators


Huawei announces top 10 ICT talents from Bangladesh Huawei announces top 10 ICT talents from Bangladesh

Huawei, world’s leading ICT solutions provider has announced 10 outstanding ICT talents from five renowned universities


BTRC asks GP to pay Tk 12,579.95 crore in dues BTRC asks GP to pay Tk 12,579.95 crore in dues

Grameenphone has been asked to pay the sum within 10 to 15 days. Our actual dues was Tk 3000 crore, but now its stands a huge amount


Google to require benefits, minimum wage for contractors Google to require benefits, minimum wage for contractors

Google said Tuesday it will require staffing companies it works with to pay workers at least $15 an hour and give them health benefits


Netflix looms large as theatre owners assess industry future Netflix looms large as theatre owners assess industry future

Issue of how Netflix fits into, or threatens, the theatre business dominated a press conference on Tuesday at CinemaCon,theater industry trade show


The best search engine in the world it's not Google Google in not the world's best search engine

The best search engine when it comes to privacy and results on par with Google is Startpage,a Dutch company


YouTube executives ignored warnings, letting toxic videos run rampant YouTube executives ignored warnings, letting toxic videos run rampant

Youtube hammered for months for fueling falsehoods online, was reeling from another flare-up involving a conspiracy theory video

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