The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has opened applications for a new challenge competition to strengthen the innovation ecosystem for humanitarian challenges and community resilience in Bangladesh. The challenge will create stronger support structures for innovators and humanitarian actors to develop, test, and scale innovations that complement traditional humanitarian responses and build long-term community resilience. This is urgent at a time when both the frequency and scale of humanitarian crises are increasing and compounded by climate change – the humanitarian community’s ability to respond is stretched thin.
Today, we look into electric bicycles and how they can be considered to be an alternative mode of transport for people who are looking to minimise their expenses.
Elon Musk recently challenged Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal to a public debate about the percentage of bots on the social media platform.
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In the second part of this five-article series, we will take a look at Grameenphone’s success in the rural development of Bangladesh.
Microsoft has recently launched its Startups Founders Hub in Bangladesh.
DNCC planned to initially launch 2 lakh rickshaws through QR code. The existing rickshaws will be taken off the streets and only rickshaws with QR codes will ply the roads of Dhaka. Scanning the QR codes will reveal the owner and the garage information of the rickshaws.
Google recently blocked access to Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), the Indian version of popular multiplayer game PUBG, citing an order from the Indian government.
Infinix came up with its latest addition in the Bangladesh market last month with the Note 12 G96. The Hong Kong-based smartphone brand has been doing reasonably well in the local market recently, and the newly released Note 12 G96 is a testament to that.