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John Young, who set records in space with NASA

IT Live: John Young, a legendary US astronaut who went into space six times, orbited the moon and then walked on its craggy surface, has died, NASA announced Saturday. He was 87 and died late Friday of complications from pneumonia, the space agency said. He lived in a Houston suburb just minutes from the NASA Space Center. "NASA and the world have lost a pioneer," agency administrator... details

Vietnam suffers losses of 540 mln USD due to computer

IT Live: Virus infections made computer users in Vietnam to rack up losses of 12.3 trillion Vietnamese dong (544 million U.S. dollars) in 2017. In 2016, the losses were 10.4 trillion Vietnamese dong (460 million U.S. dollars), according to the country's leading security firm BKAV on Friday. In 2017, over 1,900 computers in Vietnam, including some 1,600 units of 243 organizations and... details

Google Crowdsource: Enrich your mother Language

IT Live: Google Crowdsource is an opportunity for us to contribute and enrich our Mother Language in Internet. Every time you use it, you know that you've made the internet a better place for your community. Crowdsource is an Android app which allows your contributions to benefit the society in the long run. It is an effort to improve the internet language besides English. It is available... details

Two astronauts, cosmonaut return from five-month

Live Correspondent: Two astronauts, from the US and Italy, and a Russian cosmonaut on Thursday landed in Kazakhstan after almost five months on the International Space Station, footage from the Russian space agency showed. American Randy Bresnik, Paolo Nespoli of Italy and Sergey Ryazanskiy of Russia landed on the Kazakh steppe at 2.37pm local time (0837 GMT) in a Soyuz MS-05... details

ICT will be biggest contributors to country’s expor: PM

IT Live: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today inaugurated "Sheikh Hasina Software Technology Park" in Jessore, expressing her firm optimism that the ICT sector would make the biggest contributions to the country's export. "I think that the goods to be produced from information and communication technology (ICT) sector will make the biggest contributions to the country's export and in this... details

PM to open ‘Sheikh Hasina Software Park’ on Sunday

Live Correspondent: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is set to formally inaugurate the newly-built 'Sheikh Hasina Software Technology Park' in Jessore on Sunday which is expected to generate employment opportunities for around 12,000 youths. The premier will open the Software Technology Park through a videoconferencing from her official Ganobhaban residence in Dhaka on Sunday morning, official... details

“ICT needs to be made mandatory in primary”

Lice Correspondent: Joy said building a Digital Bangladesh was in the election manifesto of Awami League. Prime minister’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Affairs Adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy said ICT needs to be made a compulsory subject in the primary level education in Bangladesh. He made the recommendation on Thursday, the second day of Digital World, the biggest tech... details

PM urges youths to realise Bangladesh dream

Live Correspondent: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today opened a four-day Digital World expo in the capital urging youths to be 'Ready for Tomorrow' to turn in reality of Bangladesh's dream with the ICT sector. "We have wielded the youths with latest IT technology. So the whole world in their fist now and I hope that they will take the country forward and make the dream of Bangabandhu... details

Digital World-2017 kicks off tomorrow

IT Live: A four-day mega ICT event 'Digital World-2017' is set to kick off tomorrow at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre(BICC) to showcase technology-based innovations and achievements aiming to unlock economic potential of IT sector. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is expected to inaugurate the Digital World at a function to be held at BICC tomorrow. The ICT Division and the... details

Bangabandhu satellite launch in March likely

IT Live: Bangladesh's first satellite Bangabandhu-I would be launched to the orbit in March next, BTRC Chairman Dr Shahjahan Mahmood said today. "Manufacture of the satellite has been completed and we have visited it . . . Now we are waiting for a schedule to launch it to the orbit," he told reporters at his office at Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC), according to... details

NASA launches next-generation weather satellite

IT Live: NASA on Saturday launched a next- generation satellite into space designed to monitor weather around the world and help improve forecasts. The satellite, called the Joint Polar Satellite System-1 (JPSS-1), is a joint venture between the US space agency and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which provides weather reports and forecasts. The satellite was... details

‘Rohingyas to have Teletalk booths, not SIM cards’

Live Correspondent:  State Minister for Posts and TelecommunicationsTarana Halim on Saturday said service booths, run by state-owned mobile operator Teletalk, will be set up at Rohingya camps to facilitate their communication, but they will not be provided with SIM cards. The work to set up Teletalk booths will start within three days at the refugee camps in Cox's Bazar, she said after a... details

Google rumored to be working on a mini Google Home

      Live Correspondent: Along with new Pixel smartphones, Google is apparently cooking up a smaller Google Home smart speaker device powered by artificial intelligence (AI), according to Android Police. Few details exist about a smaller model of the Google Home, but there’s a high likelihood that it’ll simply be a smaller version of the original Google... details