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आइफोन एट प्लसको व्याट्री फूल्ने समस्या, एप्पलले भन्यो–अनुसन्धान गर्छौ

Oct 9, 2017

दुई साता अघि बिक्री सुरु भएको आइफोन एट प्लसमा व्याट्री फूल्ने समस्या देखिएको रिपोर्ट सार्वजनिक भएको छ । जापान, ताइवान, ग्रीस, क्यानड...

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7 nabbed for running bitcoin exchange business in Nepal

Oct 8, 2017

Oct 6, 2017-A police team deployed from the Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal Police for the first time arrested seven persons for allegedly running bitcoin exchange business from various parts of the country. The suspects have been identified as Gyan Prasad Paudel of Sindhuli, Madhav Khanal of Arghakhanchi, Prashant Pratap Shah of Kathm...

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Smartphones not linked to plane crashes, petrol bowser explosions or brain cancer

Aug 28, 2017

Do smartphones cause brain cancer? Do they really mess with a plane's navigation gear? And petrol pumps? Really?? When it comes to the risks of mobile phone use, one thing is certain: the warnings about cancer, plane crashes and petrol pumps have been with us from the start. But what about the evidence? It turns out those risks have as m...

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Xiaomi overtakes Apple to lead wearable band market

Aug 13, 2017

Xiaomi overtook Apple in the global wearable band market in Q2, according to an industry analyst. The market grew 8 percent year on year in the second quarter, Canalys said in a research report. Xiaomi topped the market with shipments of 3.5 million units, closely followed by US firm Fitbit, which shipped 3.3 million units, a 34-percent y...

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Norway has world's fastest mobile internet: report

Aug 13, 2017

According to Ookla, global provider of internet testing and analysis, Norway has the fastest mobile internet in the world, financial newspaper DN reported Friday. In only 13 months, Norway has jumped from 11th to 1st place on the list of world best providers of fast internet connection, DN wrote. Ookla created the popular application Speedtest...

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Android vs iOS: Which is more secure?

Aug 8, 2017

Android and iOS represent the lion's share of the mobile operating system market, and while there's inherent risk with the use of any mobile device in the enterprise, Android presents a much bigger target for malware attacks and, in turn, corporate security issues. With the massive growth of Android-powered devices in businesses over the past coup...

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Nepal, China to develop cross-border power transmission lines

Aug 5, 2017

Nepal has sent a draft of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to China for the joint development of cross-border transmission lines between the two countries, a senior official of Nepal's Energy Ministry said Friday. The power-line connectivity between the two countries is expected to pave the way for electricity trade in the future between ...

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Xiaomi unveils its fastest-ever operating system

Aug 5, 2017

Chinese tech giant Xiaomi rolled out its fastest-ever operating system on Wednesday to offer a smoother user experience. The smartphone maker unveiled MIUI 9, the latest update of its MIUI series operating system, which might be the fastest Android-based operating system by far, according to Hong Feng, Xiaomi's co-founder. The MIUI 9 oper...

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Facebook, Google obliged to decrypt online messages to help Government fight terrorism

Jul 17, 2017

Social media giants like Facebook and Google will face new laws to compel them to help Australian security agencies get access to encrypted messages from suspected terrorists and other criminals. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the law had not kept up with technology, with encryption now affecting 90 per cent of domestic spy agency ASIO's...

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Nepal set to escape reliance on inadequate Indian Internet as Chinese option arrives

Jul 13, 2017

Internet services from China will reportedly soon be available in Nepal, ending India's bandwidth supply monopoly in the country. This is set to be a great boon to the South Asian country, which is still rebuilding its shattered economy and infrastructure after a devastating earthquake in 2015."Nepal will be connected with the Chinese Internet from...

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