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Tag: COVID-19

WHO

Facing global criticism over shoddy investigation, WHO to relaunch probe into  Covid origins

Last week Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi during his address at the UN general assembly said that World institutions have “damaged their credibility” and must work to stay relevant
Daraz, Bangladesh

Daraz debuts Bangladesh’s first shopping live stream

On top of this Livestream feature, the new user interface will allow consumers to engage directly with sellers via comments and feature a diverse range of content, including product showcases, trivia games, and Q&A sessions.
Samsung

Samsung eyes a bigger global market pie with new monitors designed for video conferences

Samsung's new monitor, S40VA, comes with a pop-up webcam and microphone on the top of its display
Digital Transformation

Future Consumer picks ‘Digital First’ model to revive growth

This comes after the company saw tremendous growth opportunities  via online sales at a time when the pandemic brought the world to a halt
Chip

Malaysian chip makers gear up to cater global chip demand with ease in Covid-19 restrictions

According to global experts, the semiconductor shortage may start to ease by the end of the year as more workers in Malaysia return to factories once they have been vaccinated
5G

5G tech breaches Covid-19 boundations as commercially available 5G devices swell 29.9% to 608 devices

According to the report, the 5G devices has increased by 24.1% quarter-on-quarter, reaching 938 while the number of commercially available 5G devices grew 29.9%
Bangladesh- Free Oxygen concentrator just a call away

Bangladesh: Free Oxygen concentrator just a call away

The People of Sirajganj are getting this facility through the support and initiative of the national development organization, 'Shastho Shurokkha Foundation'.
Digital India: Digital sectors to contribute 10% to India's GDP by 2025, says McKinsey

Centre’s digital India drives data consumption by 400% in rural India

Data consumption through the BharatNet optical fibre-operated and maintained by the government's CSCs in nearly 1,00,000 panchayats-surpassed 13,000 TB till June
Amid sluggish sales, US carmakers fight over name to gain supremacy

Amid sluggish sales, US carmakers fight over name to gain supremacy

General Motors has announced that the US manufacturer and its self-driving car unit Cruise have sued Ford for calling its automated driving technology BlueCruise
Bangladesh Bank

Bangladesh Bank eases policy, increase loan limit on laptops, computers and smartphones

In response to the coronavirus outbreak, Bangladesh Bank increased the loan limit for customers purchasing digital devices such as laptops, smartphones, computers, and tablets.
Digital Senate
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