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Visits to retail and recreational joints in Bangladesh slumped 68% between Feb 16 and March 29 as the impact

Facebook brings its Messenger app to desktop

Facebook has launched a desktop version of its Messenger app, which enables users to make free and unlimited group

'Internet can cope with US and Europe lockdown surge'

Fears that internet networks could buckle after millions of people went into coronavirus lockdown have proven unfounded, according to

Google report shows how lockdown changed traffic

Alphabet Inc's Google on Thursday published reports for 131 countries showing whether visits to shops, parks and workplaces dropped

Paris hospitals turn to 3D printing to cover shortfalls

With the coronavirus outbreak predicted to peak in France in the coming days, hospitals in Paris are racing to

Twitter deletes Egypt, Saudi accounts over 'pro-govt direction'

Twitter said on April 2 that it has removed thousands of accounts in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Honduras, Indonesia and

Google releases Android 11 Developer Preview 2.1 update

Google has rolled out Android 11 Developer Preview 2.1 update with fixes for bugs and issues. The developer preview

Instagram launches new question sticker

Instagram has launched a new sticker question for its Stories platform. The question sticker is simply called, "How can

Internet users in BD up by 7.38 lakh in Feb

Bangladesh witnessed a sharp rise of internet users by 7.38 lakh in a month, as the total number

Will coronavirus bump web traffic into the slow lane?

With more than one third of the globe's population confined to their homes in an attempt to limit the

Huawei P40 flagship phones launch amid Covid-19 crisis

Huawei has launched a range of new flagship smartphones despite the coronavirus pandemic.The firm unveiled the P40

Apple could launch AR Glasses in 2022

Apple's Augmented Reality (AR) Glasses rumours are back. According to Digitimes, Apple may launch AR Glasses as early

FB appoints Kimmitt as lead independent director

Facebook Inc (FB.O) on Thursday named the U.S. Treasury's former deputy secretary, Robert Kimmitt, to its board as lead

Google resumes updates for Chrome, Chrome OS

Google last week announced it is pausing Chrome and Chrome OS updates due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Google

WHO to launch COVID-19 app to educate smartphone users

The total number of coronavirus cases around the globe has already crossed the 4.8 lakh mark. As the total

Mobile operators seek assistance for uninterrupted service

Mobile operators sought assistance from the government, especially from the law enforcement agencies, to continue providing uninterrupted services

Google Stadia to get 3 new games on April 1

Google is back with another update for its subscription-based game service, Stadia. The company has announced that

Google delays Chrome, OS release

Coronavirus outbreak has reduced workforce in office campuses and forced tech workers across the globe to work from home.

Coronavirus: Robots use light beams to zap hospital viruses

"Please leave the room, close the door and start a disinfection," says a voice from the robot. "It says

'Apple on track to launch 5G iPhones this fall'

Apple may have delayed the launch of its low-cost iPhone SE 2 but the company is still on track

Covid-19 conspiracies go viral on WhatsApp as crisis deepens

On Sunday morning, a viral outbreak in the Dutch city of Utrecht infected more than 60 people in less

Tinder makes Passport feature free for all users

The coronavirus pandemic is leading to country-wide lockdowns and people voluntarily staying in. Dating app Tinder is making its

YouTube to reduce streaming quality in Europe

 Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) YouTube said on Friday it will reduce its streaming quality in the European Union to avert

GDC Summer 2020 to take place as a 3-day event in August

Coronavirus outbreak derailed the timeline of a host of tech events this year. The ongoing pandemic also led the

Microsoft teams new features helpful for workers at home

Microsoft Corp unveiled new features for its Teams corporate-chat software, timed to the product's third anniversary and arriving amid

Twitter makes work from home mandatory all employees

Twitter has made working from home compulsory for all its staff because of coronavirus fears.In an

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