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  • What's the right photo editing app for you?

    With thousands of photo editing apps out there, and the app store not making it any easier for you with its endless scroll of

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    Diagnosing skin cancer: Software as good as doctors

    Image-scanning software developed at Stanford University can distinguish deadly skin cancers from benign ones as accurately as top dermatologists, according to a study.

  • GPAY: Grameenphone's very own payment tool

    To make the lives of its customers easier, Grameenphone Ltd. has re-launched its wallet service with a new brand name - 'GPAY' – a digitized and smart way to avail GP's existing range of payment services. GPAY Wallet lets customers pay their utility bills, FlexiLoad to their own (or other) GP numbers, and purchase train tickets straight from their handset. To avail these services, customers can now refill their GPAY Wallets from nearby MobiCash retail outlets or from selected GPAY partner bank accounts: DBBL Rocket Mobile Banking Account, AB Bank core banking account, Islami Bank mCash account or internet banking.

  • EATL & Prothom Alo begins countrywide campus activation for biggest app competition ever

    The country’s largest mobile app development competition platform is coming back this year, and every year this app competition by EATL gets bigger and better. With the intent of bringing out the apps developed by the youth to a global platform, the first app store in Bangladesh, EATL begins it’s journey followed by this year’s Prothom Alo App Competition 2016. Ethics Advanced Technologies Limtied (EATL) and Prothom Alo have organised the competition for the fourth time beginning on the 24th of May this year. The second part of the campaign was launched on the 18th of July with campus activation and seminars in Universities around the country.

  • APPS ON THE FLOOR

    mJams Music is a new music streaming app by mJams Music. Focusing on delivering a seamless audio entertainment platform, mJams makes sure the best songs are just a tap away.

  • Google Photos update hints at unlimited free storage for Nexus users

    An Android Police teardown of the Android application package (APK) for Google Photos' next update looks like there are some new tweaks and features coming to the backup and storage service, including a pot sweetener for Nexus users.

  • ICTs bringing new dimensions of service delivery

    ICTs have dramatically changed service models in the last two decades. Many jobs have been made more efficient and less

  • Apps On The Floor

    Name of the App: Nova Launcher

  • 360 Degree: Probably your next favourite game

    360 Degree is a unique game. Starting from the UI, the sound effect, the gameplay- everything is intuitive. Besides the simplicity and crisp graphics & minimalist design, the player needs to focus on their multi-tasking skills and reaction times. Drawing inspiration from some of the very first video games ever made, this game adds a twist to the traditional back and forth.

  • Facebook to ramp up video viewing features

    Facebook said on Tuesday it is testing an array of features aimed at getting people to watch more videos at the leading social network.

  • Webmaker: Building apps just got easy!

    Mozilla Foundation recently has launched the Webmaker app in Bangladesh. By downloading the app for free, Bangladeshi Android users can now easily

  • gDraw: An easy-to-use painting app for kids

    Parents of toddlers and preschoolers! If your kid is always on tab then we have an app that might help to boost your kid's creative and

  • Govt launches 500 mobile apps for better service

    To provide better services to the people, the government has launched 500 mobile apps with an aim to achieve the new millennium development goal by 2021.

  • Clone war: Bing Maps vs. Google Maps

    Microsoft is looking to test a brand new web version of Bing Maps, which really resembles the service already provided by Google Maps.

  • Facebook launches private photo sharing for friends

    Facebook has unveiled a new feature that allows smartphone users to privately share photos of friends, by sifting through images with facial recognition technology.

  • Facebook testing internal search engine

    Social networking site Facebok is testing an internal search engine to help users find links to post.

  • Startup shows off self-destructing messages

    A new application lets people send self-destructing messages from whatever email accounts they fancy.

  • Android M could surface later this month

    At the Google I/O developers’ conference, set to take place in San Francisco on May 28 and 29, the Mountain View firm will likely introduce the latest iteration of its mobile OS - Android M.

  • Facebook rolls out video calls on Messenger

    Video calling in Messenger is launching for people using Apple or Android devices in a number of countries and will hit more countries over the coming months.

  • Yahoo! may be readying a successor to Messenger

    Whatever messaging app Yahoo! has in store, it will have to be incredibly innovative to stand up to the competition, which includes a host of revolutionary apps downloaded hundreds of millions of times.

  • NASA & BASIS hosts Apps Challenge

    The Bangladeshi round of International Space Apps Challenge 2015- the largest hackathon competition organized by National

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    How to run an Android app on a Mac or PC

    Google's goal is to make all of its Android apps available across multiple platforms (smartphones, tablets and desktop/laptop computers), a little like Microsoft's idea with its forthcoming OS, Windows 10, and its dedicated multi-platform app store.

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    Facebook bets on Messenger app, opens it to developers

    Mark Zuckerberg unveiled Messenger Platform, describing it as a way for software developers to boost appeal to the more than 600 million people using the application.

  • Instagram releases collage-making app called Layout

    The move by the Facebook-owned smartphone photo sharing service was in keeping with a strategy by social network co-founder Mark Zuckerberg to field separate, specialised applications aimed at ways people like to use mobile devices.

  • Let's Eat: Foodie's Guide

    Let's Eat, a product by MCC ltd., of years of hard work and research and its sole purpose is to ease the restaurant selection process for

  • Lamudi brings out a new website

    Lamudi, an online real estate platform, has completely revamped its website to ease up the online house-hunting process for users globally.

  • Free Wi-Fi service launched at Bangladesh Secretariat

    Bangladesh Secretariat, the administrative heart of Bangladesh, now gets Free Wi-Fi services

  • Free Wi-Fi service launched at Bangladesh Secretariat

    Bangladesh Secretariat, the administrative heart of Bangladesh, now gets Free Wi-Fi services.

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