Zoom, the video-calling software, has recently introduced the gesture recognition feature to its desktop version.
A local technology-based company Softalogy Limited has launched an Android app called ThiefGuard to protect smartphones from thieves. The app will assist in identifying and regain lost devices. The app officially launched last Thursday, according to a press release issued by the company.
India is open to launching its own mobile app store or expanding an existing one if it receives enough demand from domestic firms for an alternative to Apple and Google platforms, a senior government official said on Thursday.
To make the lives of its customers easier, Grameenphone Ltd. has re-launched its wallet service with a new brand name - 'GPAY' – a digitized and smart way to avail GP's existing range of payment services. GPAY Wallet lets customers pay their utility bills, FlexiLoad to their own (or other) GP numbers, and purchase train tickets straight from their handset. To avail these services, customers can now refill their GPAY Wallets from nearby MobiCash retail outlets or from selected GPAY partner bank accounts: DBBL Rocket Mobile Banking Account, AB Bank core banking account, Islami Bank mCash account or internet banking.
The country’s largest mobile app development competition platform is coming back this year, and every year this app competition by EATL gets bigger and better. With the intent of bringing out the apps developed by the youth to a global platform, the first app store in Bangladesh, EATL begins it’s journey followed by this year’s Prothom Alo App Competition 2016. Ethics Advanced Technologies Limtied (EATL) and Prothom Alo have organised the competition for the fourth time beginning on the 24th of May this year. The second part of the campaign was launched on the 18th of July with campus activation and seminars in Universities around the country.