Orobi Bakhtiar | The Daily Star
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  • Fugaku vs COVID: The Fast and the Fatal

    Its Fugaku supercomputer can perform more than 415 quadrillion computations a second, 2.8 times faster than the Summit system developed by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the US, which held the title when the twice-yearly rankings were last published in November.
  • Cloud gaming successes from coronavirus lockdown

    Cloud gaming, by nature, is also enough to turn heads: It expands the audience for premium games beyond the current console and PC audience by making them accessible anywhere, at any time, and on any device. That huge addressable market is creating a lucrative and growing opportunity for companies gearing up to enter the space, providing a long runway for growth.
  • Celebrating Eid from home, with the help of technology

    Apart from waking up to “Romjaner oi rojar sheshe” in the morning, Eid, this year would be completely unconventional and out of our comfort zones. That does not necessarily mean we can’t enjoy it! Technology has come a long way and we are fortunate enough to be living in an era where we won’t be missing out on our favourite holiday while quarantining safely in our homes.
  • How wearables are aiming to solve the COVID-19 testing crisis

    According to the WHO, symptoms of COVID-19 vary from fever through fatigue to shortness of breath. Some of the parameters of interest to medical professionals thus include changes in temperature,
  • How to use technology to boost your Eid sales in 2020

    The global retail industry is experiencing a record-breaking crisis in the wake of COVID-19. Consumers are staying home and tightening their spending as they are doubtful about their future health, wealth, and career. Retailers are in turn laying off staff and grasping at straws to understand their options. Where are the opportunities for retail marketers in Bangladesh and how can they minimize losses?