Publish: July 19, 2013
Is Nokia Lumia 1020 worth the investment?

Is Nokia Lumia 1020 worth the investment?

Nokia has once again produced a camera phone that will be unmatched in the image quality department with the Nokia Lumia 1020. It offers a mix of the PureView technologies found on the PureView 808 and Lumia 920, something tech

Dell Computer Lab at JAAGO

Dell Computer Lab at JAAGO

Dell Bangladesh has launched the Dell Computer Lab at JAAGO Foundation at Rayer Bazar in the capital. Dell Country Manager Sonia Bashir Kabir inaugurated the Lab. Founder of JAAGO Foundation Korvi Rakshand was also present at the occasion. JAAGO Foundation

Samsung’s Eid offer

On the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, Samsung has offered a grand opportunity to visit one of the greatest cities in the world, London, to watch one of the greatest football teams in the world- the Chelsea FC. Not only the lucky

New Products

New Products

Asus Fonepad Asus has released Fonepad, an affordable 7-inch Android Jelly Bean tablet with 3G voice and mobile data that place a smartphone in it. Powered by a new Intel Atom Z2420 processor with Android 4.1, the Fonepad features a

4G Intel core processor launched

4G Intel core processor launched

Intel Bangladesh has introduced the 4th generation Intel core processor family in the local market. The 4G Intel core processor delivers optimised experiences personalised for end-users’ specific needs, packing extraordinary battery life capability, breakthrough graphics and new usages in devices

A Liberator pistol appears next to the 3D printer on which its components were made. The single-shot handgun is the first firearm that can be made entirely with plastic components forged with a 3D printer and computer-aided design (CAD) files downloaded from the internet. Photo: AFP

‘Liberator’, The World’s First Fully 3D-Printed Handgun

 

Qubee revises its package prices

Qubee has revised the prices of all its packages.  Users will now be able to use a lot more volume, at higher speeds, for lower costs. Qubee has designed its post-paid packages in such a way that users of 1/2