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Twitter now lets you retweet with GIFs, images Twitter now lets you retweet with GIFs, images

Twitter now puts the original tweet in a smaller, indented box with the user’s avatar still visible, and it makes their media full width


Google set to launch privacy tools to limit online tracking Google set to launch privacy tools to limit online tracking

Google has been working on the cookies plan for at least six years, in stops and starts, but accelerated the work after news broke last year that personal data of Facebook users was improperly shared with Cambridge Analytica


Microsoft offers software tools to secure elections Microsoft offers software tools to secure elections

CEO Satya Nadella announced the initiative Monday at a developer’s conference in Seattle, saying the software development kit would help “modernize all of the election infrastructure everywhere in the world”


Google manually reviewed a million suspected terrorist videos on YouTube Google manually reviewed a million suspected terrorist videos on YouTube

Of the million reviewed, 90,000 violated its terrorism policy


Apple iPhone 11 final design revealed, can’t wait for it to become a reality Apple iPhone 11 final design revealed, can’t wait for it to become a reality

These stunningly beautiful renders were created based on all the latest leaks and rumours


Tesla email warns employee against leaking trade secret Tesla email warns employee against leaking trade secret

Tesla’s security team sent a warning to employees this week to stop leaking company information.…


Life-saving kidney delivered by drone Life-saving kidney delivered by drone

The US flight required a specially-designed drone which was able to maintain and monitor the organ


YouTube celebrity gets 10 years in prison for child porn YouTube celebrity gets 10 years in prison for child porn

Austin Jones, who posted online videos of himself performing songs for a fan base of primarily teenage girls, was arrested in 2017 


Microsoft rolls out new Cloud services for AI and blockchain Microsoft rolls out new Cloud services for AI and blockchain

Microsoft released the tools ahead of its software developer conference next week in Seattle. Once known mostly for its Windows personal computer operating system, the company now relies on revenue growth from its Cloud-based computing and software services


Facebook considering its own Bitcoin for payments Facebook considering its own Bitcoin for payments

The Wall Street Journal reports that Facebook plans a cryptocurrency-based payment system that it could launch for its billions of users worldwide


Facebook bans ‘dangerous individuals’ cited for hate speech Facebook bans ‘dangerous individuals’ cited for hate speech

Facebook has banned Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones and other extremists, saying they violated its ban on “dangerous individuals”


NASA's InSight lander captures sunrise, sunset on Mars NASA's InSight lander captures sunrise, sunset on Mars

 NASA's InSight lander has captured a series of images of sunrise and sunset on Mars recently, according to a release of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena


Top tips from Google on World Password Day Top tips from Google on World Password Day

World'd password day on May 2 and google gives important info to secure the safety on socila media


Facebook and Twitter grilled over abuse faced by MPs Facebook and Twitter grilled over abuse faced by MPs

Facebook and Twitter executives have been grilled by MPs over how the social networks handle online abuse levelled at parliamentarians


Apple can coexist with Netflix Apple can coexist with Netflix

Far from being a Netflix Inc killer, Apple Inc envisions its forthcoming Apple TV+ streaming service as one that could sit alongside other services that viewers buy


More mobile phones in the world than humans, data reveals More mobile phones in the world than humans, data reveals

The ITU estimated 107 mobile cellular telephone subscriptions per 100 inhabitants in 2018


NASA chief warns meteors are a threat to the planet NASA chief warns meteors are a threat to the planet

Many people were hit by flying glass when windows shattered from the sonic boom that followed the meteor's explosion


Facebook boss reveals changes in response to criticism Facebook boss reveals changes in response to criticism

The new designs and features for its apps are a direct response to widespread criticism of how the firm protects user data


Zuckerberg builds his wife a glowing ‘sleep box’ Zuckerberg builds his wife a glowing ‘sleep box’

The "sleep box” emits a very faint light between 6am and 7am – when their daughters are expected to wake up


Girls outscore boys on tech, engineering, even without class Girls outscore boys on tech, engineering, even without class

Girls are showing more mastery of those subjects than their boy classmates, according to newly released national education data


Mark Zuckerberg launches his own podcast to talk about tech Mark Zuckerberg launches his own podcast to talk about tech

uckerberg sat down with Harvard professor Jonathan Zittrain and Mathias Döpfner of Axel Springer to discuss the impact of technology on journalism and law


Samsung's 1Q profit slides on falling chip prices Samsung's 1Q profit slides on falling chip prices

Samsung Electronics Co. says its operating profit for the last quarter declined more than 60% from a year earlier because of falling chip prices 


Dhaka IT-ITES job fair held with the presence of 20 thousand job seekers Dhaka IT-ITES job fair held

Leveraging ICT for Growth, Employment and Governance (LICT) Project under Bangladesh Computer Council of Information and Communication Technology Division has arranged this job fair 


An algorithm wipes clean the criminal pasts of thousands An algorithm wipes clean the criminal pasts of thousands

A judge in California cleared thousands of criminal records with one stroke of his pen. He did it thanks to a ground-breaking new algorithm that reduces a process that took months to mere minutes


Country’s educational institutions to get digital labs Country’s edn instts to get digital labs

Initiatives have been taken to build the hi-tech parks or software parks across the country under Bangladesh Hi-tech Park Authority, the ICT minister says 


How to stop third-party apps from scanning your Gmail inbox How to stop third-party apps from scanning your Gmail inbox

Google still allows hundreds of software makers to scan through your Gmail inboxes


'America's oldest footprint found in Chile' 'America's oldest footprint found in Chile'

A footprint dating from at least 15,600 years ago, was found at the Pilauco excavation in the city of Osorno


Palak urges youths to contribute to make digital Bangladesh Palak urges youths to contribute to make digital Bangladesh

Divisional Commissioner’s office and A2I Project of Prime Minister’s office jointly organised the conference titled “Youths Power is Prosperity of
Bangladesh” at Rajshahi 


New study says universe expanding faster and is younger New study says universe expanding faster and is younger

ohns Hopkins University astronomer Adam Riess concluded in this week’s Astrophysical Journal that the figure is 9% higher than the previous calculation, which was based on studying leftovers from the Big Bang


Facebook files lawsuit against New Zealand Company Facebook files lawsuit against New Zealand Company

They were allegedly involved in the sale of fake engagement services on Instagram


Be wary of robot emotions; ‘simulated love is never love’ Be wary of robot emotions; ‘simulated love is never love’

When a robot “dies,” does it make you sad? For lots of people, the answer is “yes” — and that tells us something important, and potentially worrisome


Tesla posts surprisingly large loss Tesla posts surprisingly large loss

Tesla CEO Elon Musk had prepped Wall Street for a first quarter loss but analysts were still stunned by its size: $702.1 million


Microsoft Paint: Fans rejoice as art app saved 'for now' Microsoft Paint: Fans rejoice as art app saved 'for now'

Fans of low-fidelity art app Microsoft Paint are rejoicing after it was confirmed it would remain a…


Mustafa Jabbar honoured with BIJF lifetime membership BIJF honours Mustafa Jabbar with lifetime membership

Mustafa Jabbar assures that  the organisation(BIJF) members to continue all kinds of support for the sake of members’ welfare


UK to let Chinese firm help build 5G network UK to let Chinese firm help build 5G network

The US wants its allies in the "Five Eyes" intelligence grouping - the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand - to exclude the company


Google Wing drones approved for US home deliveries Google Wing drones approved for US home deliveries

Drone home delivery company Wing has been approved as an airline by the US Federal Aviation Authority


Sri Lanka's social media ban: Smart, stupid, or spiteful? Sri Lanka's social media ban: Smart, stupid, or spiteful?

Shortly after the bombings in Sri Lanka, and the spread of inaccurate stories began, the government took the drastic decision to block social media


Google 'retaliating against harassment protest organisers' Google 'retaliating against harassment protest organisers'

Organisers of a series of walkouts in protest at Google's treatment of women have said they have since become victims of retaliation by the company


Donald Trump meets Twitter's Jack Dorsey at White House Donald Trump meets Twitter's Jack Dorsey at White House

US President Donald Trump has met Twitter's co-founder Jack Dorsey at the White House to discuss social media

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