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Living with neighborhood violence may shape teens’ brains

Living with neighborhood violence may shape teens’ brains Violence in communities may have an additional unseen victim: young peoples’ developing brains. Zoran Karapancev/Shutterstock.com Darby …

Aamra, Polycom announce cloud-Based video conferencing

Aamra and Polycom announced the availability of Real Presence Clariti Cloud based Video Conferencing solution …

All 3bn Yahoo accounts were hacked

Yahoo on Tuesday said that all 3 billion of its accounts were hacked in a 2013 data theft,…

Apple unveils iPhone X in major product launch

Apple Inc on Tuesday rolled out its much-anticipated iPhone X, a redesigned product of glass and stainless steel…

Bangladesh’s second submarine cable starts operations

The second undersea cable in Bangladesh has started commercial operations from Sunday, after almost an one-year delay. Prime…

Bangladeshi Tiger IT to ensure security of vehicles in Nepal

Many renowned international vendors participated in the project’s tendering process in January 2016, and Decatur-Tiger IT was selected as the most compliant and innovative solution Tiger IT, a Bangladesh-based global…

High-speed internet project mired in allegations

Internet Service Providers Association Bangladesh or ISPAB has alleged irregularities in a move to award …

WE ROBOTS: Bangladeshi STUDENTS show off their robotic skills at FIRST Global Robotics Competition in Washington DC

Youths of Bangladesh have been participating in local and global robotics competitions for a while…

How easy is it to clone your card?

The investigators found that forgers mainly target the long unused accounts in which large amounts…

An Iceberg the Size of Delaware Just Broke Away From Antarctica

An Iceberg the Size of DelawareJust Broke Away From Antarctica By JUGAL K. PATEL and…

Bangladesh leads major SAARC nations in internet access

Bangladesh has advanced significantly in internet connectivity and effectively led major SAARC nations, with nearly…

Brac’s nanosat reaches ISS

Brac Onnesha, the first nano-satellite made by a Bangladeshi university, was launched into space from…

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