Sadman Sakib Pantho

From hobby to business: Home cooks take their food online post quarantine

Saucepan – By Tazree, run by Farisa Tazree Ahmed, offers delicious brownies for delivery and takeaway. Tazree is an undergraduate student at North South University and Saucepan is the manifestation of her love for baking and cooking.

3y ago

Game of 11: A fantasy sports league of our own

What are fantasy sports leagues?

3y ago

Our favourite Batman tech that you probably never heard of before

The Shadowcasters are marble-sized trackers which also double as holographic projectors, which can latch on to targets automatically.

3y ago

Don't be a ponzi victim

Ponzi schemes and pyramid schemes are investment scams where naive individuals get tricked by false investors who promise them exceptionally tantalizing returns in exchange for their money. However, unlike a normal investment, this kind of schemes can offer constant profits just so long as the number of investors keeps increasing. Once that number dwindles, so does the money

3y ago

Don’t become a Ponzi victim

In the case of Ponzi schemes, investors are lured in with promises of crazy returns. But when they actually gain their returns, they are paid from capital derived from new investors because their money was never invested anywhere in the first place.

3y ago

The biggest takeaways from DC Fandome

Trailers, teasers, concept arts, posters, first looks – you name it, DC came out with all guns blazing in their 24-hour DC Fandome event. Here’s our round-up of the most exciting reveals from DC’s global online experience.

3y ago

Tired of Zoom parties? Hang out in the virtual world with these online games

Zoom, Google Meet and other video conferencing platforms have become the hottest applications of 2020. But they have also transformed our social hangouts to formal meetings. While that was indeed the main purpose of such apps, it's not always fun to have hour-long conversations with your friends while just staring at the faces on the screen. Enter virtual worlds.

3y ago

Subscription services the future of Big Tech?

The subscription economy has been on the rise for quite a while now, with companies looking to build stronger and more lasting relationships with customers while generating guaranteed income. This has led to the fall of ownership as we know it and has given rise to users. And right now, in the realm of technology, it seems to be the hottest goal for companies.

3y ago
July 3, 2020
July 3, 2020

What organisations can do for employee mental health amidst Covid-19

If there was ever a more pressing time to focus on employee health, it is now. Fear, anxiety, and burnouts are common right now and anyone

June 23, 2020
June 23, 2020

WWDC 2020: Apple replaces Intel, introduces iOS 14 and a whole lot more

This year Apple went fully virtual with its signature yearly event Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), choreographing the entire keynote session into one immersive experience for viewers amid lockdowns induced by the global coronavirus pandemic.

June 19, 2020
June 19, 2020

Got time? Level up with these five free skill upgrades

While offices and workplaces are mostly open, the quarantine hasn’t yet ended for students. For university students like us, this extra amount of time at home doesn’t necessarily need to be all about online classes and virtual working or browsing social media.

June 19, 2020
June 19, 2020

AI now shaping the world of creative arts

Based on the work of researchers from the University of California, Berkley many independent researchers and film enthusiasts have started using deep AI, to colourize many classic black and white films.

May 22, 2020
May 22, 2020

How FMCG industry in Bangladesh is coping with lockdown

During the lockdown, the demand for food and other necessary items has been soaring high. People have been scurrying to buy all types of finished goods that are important for their daily lives.

May 15, 2020
May 15, 2020

The good, bad and ugly of virtual museum tours

Museums stand testament to the vast history of this world. Spectacles housed in these establishments are the raw materials for the research and studies we now find in books and on the internet.

May 1, 2020
May 1, 2020

Huawei introduces its efforts in fighting COVID-19 and expansion of 5G

Huawei hosted two webinars online on April 23. While the first introduced a new AI-assisted COVID-19 diagnosis solution, the second one unveiled the white paper Technology against Pandemic: Insights and Practice on Telecom Networks.

May 1, 2020
May 1, 2020

Replicating your summer travel plans at home

Are you an avid traveler who is sick of staying quarantined and dying to hit the road? Have all your summer travel plans been foiled because of the corona pandemic?

April 17, 2020
April 17, 2020

Free webinars to watch this quarantine

You’d naturally think that kids would feel too bored to sit through a webinar and learn something. But science experiments are just

March 13, 2020
March 13, 2020

Gadgets to keep your pets entertained

If you have a dog or a cat at home, it’s natural to feel anxious when you have to leave them alone and head outside. Even when you are home it’s not always easy for you to keep them entertained. So, let the techy world of pet gadgets make things easier for you.

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