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Huawei endows the digital adaptability of students

Huawei Bangladesh has partnered with Bijoy Digital to provide digital solutions to T&T High schools across Bangladesh to facilitate distance learning. ‘Bridging the Digital Education Divide to Reduce the Gap’ – the project formed under the partnership will aid Huawei smart devices along with Bijoy Digital App and connectivity to

Connect more with friends in a fun way with Viber’s Good Vibes Bot

The in-app bot lets you play games and earn rewards Rakuten Viber, one of the world’s biggest communications platforms, is launching its brand-new Good Vibes Bot (To access the Good Vibes Bot:, an entertainment bot that people can access within their app. With cool games and the chance to earn

Xiaomi launches Redmi 9 in Bangladesh

Reinvents the entry-level smartphone experience with versatile camera capabilities and exceptional performance. Global technology leader Xiaomi on July 7 launches Redmi 9 in Bangladesh. The brand-new entry-level smartphone touts major upgrades from its predecessor, including an all-purpose AI quad-camera set up, 6.53’’ FHD+ Dot Drop display, powerful chipset and edgy design. Ziauddin

Galaxy devices come at attractive discounts

As efforts are being increased to tackle coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, many people across Bangladesh are staying home and heeding social distancing advice. The heightened restrictions have deepened the usage of technology around the nation, especially smartphones. Starting from staying updated about current news to entertainment, smartphones have been aiding citizens to

OPPO Bangladesh launches Reno3 Pro

Technical Specifications 4” Super AMOLED display Mediatek Helio P95 chipset 8GB Ram, 256GB storage 64MP main rear camera 44MP+2MP front camera 4025 mAh battery with VOOC Flash Charge 4.0 Global smartphone brand OPPO has brought out Reno3 Pro in the Bangladesh market, the first-ever smartphone with 44MP+2MP Dual Camera Punch-hole super

Viber launches video chat of up to 20 people

Users are now able to make video chat with up to 20 mates, friends or family together Viber recently has launched its new 'Group Video Calls' feature in Bangladesh to address the growing demand for video conferencing amid the COVID 19 pandemic. The users will now be able to make video calls with

Rakuten Viber Reports 4x Higher Call Volume

Leading messaging and calling app witnesses surge in the usage during COVID-19 shutdown Rakuten Viber, one of the world’s biggest communication platforms, has increased its capacity for core features and created several initiatives around togetherness and positive mental attitude during the global COVID-19 outbreak. The result is a significant increase in