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The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has issued a warning regarding the purchase of illegal, counterfeit, cloned mobile phones.
Viber, the world's most popular free and most secure means of communication, has severed all business ties with Facebook in the interests of protecting its nearly 1 billion users.
Walton, an electronics and technology company, has been listed as a "licensed manufacturer" by Dolby, an American company that specializes in sound engineering.
A fire destroyed an Amazon distribution center that helps deliver Amazon shipments in Southern California on Friday morning.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has opened its doors to Alibaba.
To keep thyself fit in winter or summer, Sony has brought air-conditioned T-shirts to the market.
After many attempts, Google has bought the fitness device marker 'Fitbit'.
If I say that the smart devices around you are constantly doing you serious harm.
In keeping with the popularity of short videos, the US multinational technology company Google has launched a new video app 'Tangi'.
Researchers at Monash, Swinburne and RMIT universities in Australia claim that they are able to transmit data at a speed of 44.
In May of this year, Google announced a new version of its online storage service, Google Drive, called Google One.
Facebook is launching a new feature called 'Shops' so that different businesses can show and sell their products through social media.
WhatsApp recently announced an increase in the number of participants in group calls across cross-platform messaging and voice over IP services.