The government plans to provide 90 per cent of important services digitally by 2021.
As per the plan, 90 per cent citizens will be brought under internet facilities within next year.
State Minister for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Zunaid Ahmed Palak gave the information while addressing a virtual talk show on the creation of a digital market...
These are tense times for Huawei and the UK's telecoms providers.
The prime minister will shortly review use of the Chinese company's equipment, with MPs set to be informed of his decision on Tuesday.
It seems likely that Boris Johnson will set a deadline by which time the firm should stop being involved in the country's 5G network....
Facebook's "vexing and heartbreaking" decisions are causing significant setbacks for civil rights, an audit commissioned by the company says.
The two-year-long revie...
Smartwatch software used to help elderly patients could easily be hacked and abused, security researchers say.
Some of the watches are targeted mainly at dementia patients - and a hacker could even send a reminder to "take pi...
A new video-encoding technology that promises to cut data use by at least half has been announced, after three years of talks involving some of the tech industry's largest players.
The standard should make it possible for people with slow connections to stream footage in...
Two Bangladeshi teams which participated for the first time in the ‘International Blockchain Olympiad Award (IBCOL) 2020’ competition have won two out of six main awards.
President of Hong Kong Blockchain Society Dr Lawrence Ma an...
US civil rights groups have enlisted the multinationals to pressure the social media giant into taking concrete steps to block hate speech amid a national reckoning over racism
Advertisements for more than 400 brands including Coca-Cola and Starbucks are due to vanish from Facebook on Wednesday, after the failure of last-di...
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has partly laid the blame on social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter, saying they can do better at kerbing the spread of misinformation about coronavirus.
“Can the social media companies be more helpful on these issues?" Gates said during an interview with Fast Company.
"What creativity do we have? S...