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 Recently, Huawei Oil & Gas Virtual Summit 2020 was successfully hosted online. The summit gathered global customers, industry partners,

Intel hacked, 20GB of confidential data leaked

Intel is not having a good 2020. After having to deal with delayed productions, dropping stocks and some of

Rakuten Viber launches campaign to fight world hunger

Rakuten Viber, one of the world's leading apps for free and easy communication, announces the launch of its campaign

Apple defends Xbox streaming block on iPhones

Microsoft has confirmed that its new game streaming service, xCloud, will not appear on Apple devices. The Netflix-like game

Vivo ranks 4th in global 5G smartphone market

Vivo, the Chinese multinational technology company ranks 4th in global 5G market. Since the beginning of this year, VIVO

Twitter to label state-controlled news accounts

Twitter says it will no longer "amplify" tweets by state-controlled media organisations, by excluding them from its recommendation systems.The

Uber expanding UK operations

Ride hailing service Uber has decided to buy its biggest UK rival Autocab to expand operations to 170 towns

Facebook employees to work from home until July 2021

Facebook Inc (FB.O) will allow employees to work from home until July 2021 due to the coronavirus outbreak and

Google launches final beta of Android 11

With the launch of Android 11 getting closer, Google today launched the third and final beta of its mobile

Samsung launches 5 new devices

South Korean tech giant Samsung on Thursday launched five new devices through an online event -- the first such

Xiaomi introduces Redmi 9A in Bangladesh

 Xiaomi, global technology leader announced the release of Redmi 9A in Bangladesh on Thursday (July 24, 2020). After launching

Faiza to represent BD in Student Innovator Awards 2020

 The International Baccalaureate (IB) announced this year's finalists for the MYP (Middle Years Programme) Student Innovator Awards 2020. Faiza

Apple begins manufacturing the iPhone 11 in India

 Apple has begun assembling its high-end iPhone 11 smartphone at its Foxconn plant in Chennai, reports Economic Times.

Viber expands expressive palette with new Reactions feature in messages

Rakuten Viber, one of the world's leading apps for free and easy communication, announces the launch of its Message

Android 11's dessert name is 'Red Velvet Cake'

 Google stopped giving dessert names to its Android version from last year's Android 10. It is now following a

TikTok launches $200 mn 'creator fund'

 TikTok unveiled plans for a $200 million "creator fund" to add content from emerging social media personalities to the

Twitter says hackers viewed 36 accounts' private messages

 Twitter has revealed that hackers viewed private direct messages (DMs) from 36 of the accounts involved in last week's

Facebook Messenger gets App Lock, other privacy features

 Facebook Messenger app is adding an extra layer of security with its new App Lock feature. The feature essentially

Android 10 adopted faster than any other version: Google

Google says Android 10 has been downloaded faster than any version in its history, hitting 100 million devices in

Oracle Autonomous Database now available in customer datacenters

Building on the success of Oracle's Exadata [email protected] service over the last three years, Oracle announced the availability of

Google officially confirms its Nest smart speaker

Google has been rumoured of working on a new Nest smart speaker. This would be an upgrade over the

Microsoft Teams' new feature will make virtual meetings seem real

Global lockdowns and working from home have changed the way the world interacts in the workplace. And while there

Technology detects eating in real time to prevent obesity

NeckSense, a new technology, can detect in the real world when people are eating, how fast they chew, how

Apple updates coding programs and resources for educators and students

Apple has announced a new set of tools that will help educators teach coding to students right from grade

Microsoft launches KDP to prevent data corruption

Cyber attackers are changing their methods of corrupting data in order to guide system security policy, increase privileges, and

Eyes on the stars: UAE's Mars probe a first for the Arab world

The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now

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