Category: Tech

Digitize Your Handwritten Notes

Computers and phones may be more ubiquitous than ever, but many people still prefer the traditional feeling of writing with ink on paper. After all, this method served us well for hundreds of years of human history. The problem is that you can’t organize and search through handwritten notes the...

Using Data Intelligence to Solve Critical Problems

It is easy to blame technology for the problems we have – we don’t talk anymore like we used to, children don’t go out and play and so on. While it is glorious to revel in the nostalgia of the ‘good old days’, we tend to overlook how technology has...

Google’s Translating Headphone

Google has launched a pair of wireless headphones that incorporate its voice assistant feature, meaning they can translate 40 languages in real time. The wireless Pixel Buds were revealed during Google’s hardware launch, and are the first pair of headphones Google has ever produced. Equipped with Google Assistant, the in-ear headphones offer real-time translation of...

Apple’s Most Interesting Phone

It’s official. Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone is finally here and it’s called the iPhone X. The phone’s bezels have been basically eliminated, and its screen is bigger. And returning to a design element from years past, the new phone has a glass back, something we haven’t seen since the iPhone...

The Rebirth of Google Glass

Remember Google Glass? It was the name coined for spectacles developed by Google’s (now Alphabet’s) X division (the company’s intellectual sandpit in which engineers develop way-out ideas). Looking at first sight like a cheap pair of non-prescription reading glasses, Glass functioned as a kind of miniature head-up display (a transparent screen that...

Quantum Computers are About to Get Real

Although the term “quantum computer” might suggest a miniature, sleek device, the latest incarnations are a far cry from anything available in the Apple Store. In a laboratory just 60 kilometers north of New York City, scientists are running a fledgling quantum computer through its paces — and the whole...

How to be a Writer Bangladesh Perspective -Kazi F. Eshita

Writing happens to be one of my greatest sources of solace. I’ve been writing since I was 11, and I try to hone my writing skills everyday. I know, that many of my readers might have a hidden writer within themselves. If you really want to be a writer, it’s...

‘Google Home’ That Answers Almost Any Question

The Google Home smart speaker has finally made its way bringing the company’s always-listening voice assistant into direct competition with the incumbent Amazon Echo and its own assistant, Alexa. Artificially intelligent voice assistants are the new battleground between the big US tech companies and while Google is no stranger with voice search and Google...

Encrypt Your Life Safely in Less Than an Hour

The use of mobile and computers’ become so common that we probably don’t even know our personal information secretly leaks to others. Just try to recall how many public figures’ personal information or photos leaked to the public over the last 10 years. And look at what’s just recently happened...

The Internet of Things wants to link all facets of our world

A 94Fifty looks like an ordinary basketball. You can inflate, dribble, pass, shoot, swoosh and slam-dunk it. But there’s more going on than meets the fingers. During play, the ball records how hard and fast a person dribbles and throws. It also measures the arc of a shot. It sends...

Recover Deleted Files from Windows Recycle Bin

We have all been there: that experience in life where a good day is ruined because you or someone else bins your favorite movie or photos from your PC. That moment ranks high among disasters that alter a person’s life. You can spend days considering whether or not you can...

Innovative Ways of Using your Smartphone

Smartphones have taken over our lives so much that they now go wherever we go—which is everywhere. People are seen using their smartphones for taking photographs and selfies, playing games, listening to music, reading articles, texting or calling, checking their emails and notifications, and posting or commenting on various social networking...

Improve Your Internet Experience

low-loading websites. Stop and go streaming. Forgotten passwords. Political rants. The internet seems to have as many headaches as it does benefits. It’s so very useful, but at the same time a great source of anxiety and frustration for users who wind up a victim of malware, spam and social media posts that raise their...

Proven Ways to Learn Programming for Free

You have tried to learn programming from scratch. But every time you think you are making a substantial improvement, you find yourself back at the starting point. It is not your fault. Learning to code is a complicated path on which it is easy to get lost. With unlimited resources to learn...

The Next Big Things

It would not be wrong to say that in the past few decades, the world has relied so heavily on technology that it would come to a stop if all the technology from the face of the planet was suddenly taken away. People talk about the Stone Age, but it...

Maintain Your Website and Increase Traffic

Have you been neglecting your website lately? Chances are if you do, you’re probably hurting your project more than you think. Your website is an important part of your business. It represents your brand in the online community – it’s your primary avenue to attracting new customers and clients. In...

10 Solar Power Uses That Will Surprise You

When you have an ample source of renewable energy, why waste non-renewable alternatives? It seems, the government of USA has given this a careful thought and has proclaimed a plan to maximize the production of solar panels in the first half of 2016 to 35 gigawatts. When compared to the...

Websites to Save Your Time and Energy

It’s clear that time is the most important commodity we have in life. Every second that goes by, time becomes more and more important because we have a finite amount of it. Yet, it seems that the more time goes by, the more we need to get done. It could be...

The Other Search Engines

As the web has gotten bigger, the internet search engines too have evolved themselves to cater to various needs of the users. With 63.9 percent market share (as reported by comScore in October 2015), Google still reigns supreme in the market of search engines. That said, Google isn’t the only...

Essential Security Tips for Your Internet of Things

This year, there will be 6.4 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices in use — a 30 percent jump from 2015. But all of this advanced and integrated technology leaves room for potential security threats like hackers and malware. Whether you use one smart device or dozens, boost the safety of your...