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Research team makes advance in brain-inspired computing

In the brain, randomness played an important role in human thought or computation

Research team makes advance in brain-inspired computing

'iMac Pro' likely to be released in 2022

The next-generation iMac, which is currently in the works, could possibly be called the "iMac Pro".

'iMac Pro' likely to be released in 2022

Walton launches 3 new desktop PC series

The Kaiman series desktop PCs feature tower casing, Intel's 10th generation processor, high-speed SSD along with 7200rpm 1TB hard drive, and 8GB DDR4 2666MHz RAM

Walton launches 3 new desktop PC series

Microsoft will withhold Windows 11 updates on old CPUs

Users can install Windows 11 manually from an ISO file. This is as long as the system has a 64-bit CPU clocked at 1 GHz and above, with at least 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage

Microsoft will withhold Windows 11 updates on old CPUs

Shortages of chips may lead higher prices for consumers

The pandemic isn't the only factor. A storm briefly halted production at several plants in Texas in February, and a fire ripped through a Japanese factory in March

Shortages of chips may lead higher prices for consumers

Sightless Shaheen offers computer training to the sightless

Shaheen Alam, a visually impaired student of Dhaka University, is giving computer training to other visually impaired people online from his home in Maheshkhali in Jhenaidah

Shaheen Alam, a visually impaired student of Dhaka University, is giving computer training to other visually impaired people online from his home in Maheshkhali, Jhenaidah

200 business hit in cyberattack on computer tool

A computing network management tool by Kaseya was under cyberattack attack on Friday, prompting the US IT company to urge businesses to shut down servers to avoid ransomware.

200 business hit in cyberattack on computer tool

Bangladesh ICT competition to kick off second round

Bangladesh ICT competition is going to kick off its second round this week with top 127 students from across the country

Bangladesh ICT competition to kick off second round

Environment Pollution

No risk management despite rise in e-waste

Some 400,000 tonnes of electrical and electronics waste was produced in Bangladesh in 2018. Only three per cent of it was recycled with the remaining 97 per cent being dumped.

The government has no specific updated data on how much e-waste is produced, destroyed and mixed with soil in Bangladesh every year.

Int’l conference on Computational Chemistry held at JU

A daylong virtual international conference titled ‘Material Science and Computational Chemistry’ held Wednesday at Jahangirnagar University

Int’l conference on Computational Chemistry held at JU
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