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The disparity is a weakness for Android, which has emerged as the world’s most widespread mobile operating system, but has long suffered second-class status among software app developers who prefer the prestige, higher revenue potential and uniformity of Apple’s rival platform.The disparity is a weakness for Android, which has emerged as the world’s most widespread […]

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Search giant Google has dropped to its lowest percentage of the UK market share in five years, Experian Hitwise, a firm that monitors web traffic, says. October figures released by the company suggest 89.33% of all web searches in the UK were made using Google. Its main rival, Microsoft’s Bing, now has 5% of the […]

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Info Ladies project connects women living in rural areas into the net Info Ladies bring women in rural areas internet access Women on bicycles are bringing the Internet to others living in remote areas of Bangladesh who cannot be online and don’t have computers. The project, which was created in 2008 by group D.Net and […]

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Shamim Ahamed Senior Correspondent Dhaka, Nov 1 (bdnews24.com)—The Ministry of Post and Telecommunications and Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission are preparing for finalising the number of VoIP service providers by December. The telecom regulator will complete evaluating the applications of the local entrepreneurs for licence authorisation in the beginning of December and after that the ministry […]

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Dodging the issues of spectrum auctions and more cell towers, researchers at MIT have discovered that they can use an algebraic equation to improve data speeds by reducing dropped packets. It’s these dropped packets that can build up congestion across a wireless network, as devices attempt to recoup these missing data nuggets. But instead of […]

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Microsoft today will release a new version of its flagship Windows operating system tailored for a world shifting from personal computers to smartphones and tablets. The software giant gambled by changing long familiar user interface features to make Windows 8 compatible with trends toward keeping programs and data in the internet “cloud” and relying on […]

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The earning from outsourcing IT jobs has increased by 56 percent in the last one year, said sources in the Bangladesh Association for Software and Information Services (BASIS). File Photo In the 2011-12 fiscal year, the earning was USD 70.6 million, while it was USD 46.35 million in the 2010-11 fiscal year, said BASIS officials, […]

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Google rejected a request by the White House on Friday to reconsider its decision to keep online a controversial YouTube movie clip that has ignited anti-American protests in the Middle East. The internet company said it was censoring the video in India and Indonesia after blocking it on Wednesday in Egypt and Libya, where US […]

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By: Udayan Namboodiri

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  June 2, 2012 By DAVID E. SANGER Washington IT took years after theUnited Statesdropped the atomic bomb onHiroshimafor the nation to develop a common national understanding of when and how to use a weapon of such magnitude. Not until after the Cuban Missile Crisis, 50 years ago this October, did a consensus emerge that […]

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